Updates Wednesdays

Comic 116 - A Night at Freddy's: Part 2

Posted on Wednesday, the 8th of October at 12:00 AM, 2014 in 2014

Author Notes:

DanVzare Wed, 8. Oct 12:00 AM, 2014 edit delete
Here's a question for you. Why does a closed door drain power? From a gameplay point of view, it makes perfect sense. But from a realistic point of view, it's complete and utter lunacy!

Here's another thing for you to consider. Your shift starts at midnight, and I highly doubt a restaurant like this closes at midnight (the restaurant is aimed at kids, for crying out loud!). So with that in mind, you must have the second shift. Which means there's another security guard. You hear messages from another security guard on the phone. He sounds like he's been doing it for quite a while, and we know that the robots get more dangerous as the night goes on. As a result, I think it's safe to assume that the security guard who leaves those messages is the one who gets the shift before you, and that he's survived so long because he gets an earlier shift than you. But due to you surviving so long, and the robot's blood lust not being satisfied, they get so worked up that they actually manage to kill that old coot.
So here's the question I pose to you! Who replaces that security guard? You most certainly don't, because you shift doesn't get any longer. And someone has to replace him!
Of course this is all just guess work based on the fact that midnight would make no sense for that particular type of restaurant to close. I could be complete wrong of course. But it does make some semblance of sense when you think about it. Although that's not saying much, since nothing else in this game makes sense.

Also, do you suppose you escape from the building at the end of your shift. Because there's a door out of that place, right behind you!
I mean come on. It makes sense to me. Well, it's either that or the robots all turn off at the end of your shift. In which case, I wonder what your employer thinks to how you appear to be moving the robots every night.