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  1. Yeah, I kinda figured that FNAF would be one of those franchises that would never get a maze treatment at HHN, especially since Warner Brother's bought the rights for FNAF because of the film adaptation. It's a shame since FNAF has so much potential as a Halloween Horror Nights maze: it's insanely popular among the general public, it has a very dark and twisted story, and it has equally creepy and memorable characters! Uni could definitely pull off the animatronic scares given their past experiences with puppetry (AVP, La Llorona, The Thing). Plus the obscure plot gives plenty of opportunities for creative liberty. The only downside is that I would imagine them converting the maze to 3D, given the colorful environment.
  2. Hello HNN community, My name is bl00dm00n. For the longest time I've been a guest to this forum, and it wasn't until recently that I decided to join as a member. Even though I primarily use this website to keep up to date with what's happening at HHN Hollywood, I've always been a fan of the Creations page and Dream Event Competitions. There were so many great ideas floating around in those pages, it's just a shame that the topic seems kind of dead now that nobody is posting in them anymore! So I decided to create an account and make new Fan Creation page! Now, I am fully aware that there are at least two existing pages regarding this topic, but hear me out on this. I have a theory of why the Creation pages is stagnant, and it's not because people ran out of ideas! From looking at the past posts on the Creations page, I've noticed this recurring pattern: almost every member tried to create an ENTIRE event. Creating a detailed post of one maze is already hard enough, but I can only imagine that creating a well rounded and *realistic* event takes a lot of time, effort, and planning. So much time and planning, in fact, that the projects are abandoned long before they can post a walk-through of each maze. But of course, this is merely speculation. The intention behind "Fan Concepts and Creations" is simple: Focus on one attraction at a time. It doesn't matter if it's a single maze concept, scarezone, or original icon, anything is better than nothing at all. Now you are more than welcomed to post an entire event, if you do more power to you! But don't feel pressured to create an entire event, just have fun creating whatever comes into your mind! So without further ado, I'd would like to share my silly idea for an HHNH maze: Five Nights at Freddy's: Survive the Nightmare "For many years, Freddy Fazbear's Pizza has been known for their family-friendly entertainment, most notably for the state of the art animatronics that made the restaurant chain so popular. But behind the innocent facade are secrets so horrifying they were hidden away in the darkest corners of the establishment... until now. Step into the eyes of an ill-fated child trapped in the haunted restaurant in the dead of night. Navigate your way through the deserted hallways as you play a deadly game of Hide and Seek with Freddy Fazbear and Friends. Narrowly escape from dangers that are both real and imagined as you uncover the horrors hidden deep within." Maze Venue: JP Extended Queue Facade: a rather ordinary looking restaurant building adorned with a large neon sign that reads "Freddy Fazbear's Pizza - est. 1987." The black tinted windows are covered with character posters featuring the main attractions: Freddy, Bonnie, Chica, and Foxy (aka Mangle). Through the loudspeakers, we hear the pre-recorded messages of the Phone Guy welcoming the new nightguard to his first shift. Walkthrough: Our journey begins as we walk through the doors of Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, where we are lead to the Dining Room/Main Stage Area of the establishment. We walk between two rows of dining tables, slumped over the tables are several corpses of birthday party guests wearing masks of various Fazbear characters. Some of the corpses spring back to life as we pass by. Once we reach the Main Stage Area, we're greeted by the seemingly lifeless Toy versions of Freddy, Bonnie, and Chica. Occasionally Freddy's animatronic eyes begin to light up as a music box version of the Toreador March plays in the background. The guests will anticipate that one of the animatronics will come to life once the tune is over, but the real scare comes when a man in a purple uniform suddenly emerges from a hidden door and attempts to attack the guests with a crowbar. Though the upper part of his face is obscured by a cap he pulls over his head, we can see that his face is contorted into an unnaturally wide grin (achieved by make-up effects). We are then ushered through a narrow hallway that leads to the Kid's Cove, the gaming area of the establishment. The monitors on the arcade games will occasionally turn on by themselves in random intervals, revealing cryptic messages on the screen with phrases like "IT'S ME," "HELP THEM," or "SAVE THEM." Toward the end of the room, we find Toy Foxy's stage covered with a star-patterned curtain. In front of the stage is a sign that reads "Out of Order." Radio static is heard as the Mangled Foxy animatronic bursts through the curtain to lunge at the guest (accomplished through puppeteering). Before leaving Kid's Cove, we pass through the Prize Corner, which is inhabited by Balloon Boy, who taunts the guests with incessant laughter. Behind the counter of the Prize Corner lies a large gift box. Occasionally, the mysterious Puppet peeks out of the box, staring at the guests with ominous glowing eyes. We are then led through the Main Hallway where an eyeless and beakless version of Toy Chica emerges the from the Kitchen door, attacking guests with a cleaver. The Hallway eventually leads to the Security Office where you'll find a hapless security guard attempting to ward off the rogue animatronics by wearing a Freddy Fazbear head. Guests are then jumpscared by Toy Bonnie, who attempts to grab Guests from an overhead vent. Another narrow hallway leads us to the Parts & Services room where Toy Freddy is seen forcefully stuffing a hapless victim into a Golden Freddy suit on the repair table. Guests navigate their way through a narrow corridor surrounded by the dismantled Withered Animatronics. Under closer inspection, blood and mucus appear to ooze out from the suits while an unpleasant odor fills the air. Suddenly, after a flash of strobe lighting effects, Withered Foxy comes to life and attacks guests with his hook hand. We are then led out in an alleyway surrounded by wooden picket fences. On the fences are posters for 5 missing children as well as newspaper articles with details about the missing kids and Fazbears being shut down in light of the murder cases. Sometimes the Purple Man will appear behind the fence and threaten guests with a knife. The ghostly sounds of children's laughter are heard as we are lead to "Fredbear & Friends Family Diner," a seemingly abandoned restaurant surrounding with by a chainlink fence covered in police tape Once we enter the building and make our way through Main Stage, we notice that the entire establishment is in a state of disrepair: tables and chairs are turned over; Freddy, Bonnie, Chica, and Foxy are dismantled, their animatronic parts scattered all over the floor; the smell of musk and mold fills the air. The Main Stage is covered by a tattered, blood stained curtain. Behind the curtain, we see the silhouette of a child being bitten on the head by the Fredbear animatronic. We are the lead to the original "Pirate's Cove" area of the restaurant. The sign in front of Foxy's stage now reads "IT'S ME." A ghostly, Phantom version of Foxy bursts from the stage and then attacks the guests with his Hook. Are then lead to the Kitchen, where we see pots, pans, and various other kitchen appliances move and shake violently as an apparent result of a poltergeist. Are the jumpscared by Phantom Chica as she emerges from a pantry door to scare guests. From the Kitchen ware then lead through a darkened Hallway, where we can ghostly images of crying children materialize behind the windows of several doors (Pepper's ghost illusion). The Hallway then leads to eantrance of the boarded up Safe room, where a lifeless Golden Freddy suit is slumped against the doorway, there appears to be fresh blood coating the mouth of the animatronic suit. Once we enter the Safe room, we are surrounded by a horde of ghostly children wearing Fazbear character masks (Horde jumpscare). Before leaving the Fredbear's, we witness the Purple Man's demise as we see the Springtrap animatronic writhing in a pool of fresh blood. We exit through a backdoor, which now leads to the backyard of suburban home. Once inside the house, we are immediately greeted by a Nightmarish version of Fredbear. After going through a narrow with random Easter Eggs from FNAF 4 (pictures of the Cawthon family, various toys scattered about, the Plushtrap seated on a chair at the end of the hall). The hall then leads to Child's bedroom where we see a figure of child huddled underneath the blankets. Peering through the windows of the bedroom are the Nightmare versions of Freddy, Bonnie, and Chica. But underneath the bed, Nightmare Foxy slides out to scare guests (just like the bedroom jumpscare in El Cucuy). The final scare occurs when we go inside the bedroom closet. Clothes and other hanging objects obscure our view, until a we are surprised by the Nightmare animatronic (aka Shadow Freddy), then guests are lead to the exit of the maze.
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