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"GAZE UPON MY GLORIOUS SPRINGLOCKS!
Fredbear also known as The Real Fredbear is a major character in the Dayshift at Freddy's Trilogy.
Fredbear helps the lost souls find their happiest days. He is responsible for giving life to Jack after he was stuffed in one of the springlock suits in Fredbear's Family Diner. He usually roams around the Flipside, waiting for incidents to occur so that he can jump in and fight evil. He always sides with the innocent and people who are helping the children get their happiest days. In the Happiest Day ending, Fredbear will jump in and help Jack get away and set the five murdered children free during the Staged Birthday Party.
Fredbear looks exactly like a real life bear except colored yellow and wears a purple/pink bowtie and tophat. In An Ending, during the final battle, his eyes turn red.
Fredbear is very caring. He wishes for the dead children to see their happiest day and believes that enacting revenge on their murderers is not the way to seek closure. He also is sympathetic for Jack and apologizes for his fate in Fredbear's Family Diner, and also ends up giving him life with his promise that he will SAVE THEM.
Fredbear also shows his gratitude for Jack when he does SAVE THEM, but shows an angry and regretful side when Jack goes pure evil, even as far as saying that he far more evil than Dave and Henry. He also always speaks in a loud voice.
|"It is I,"|
|"The Real Fredbear."|
|"Yes, gaze upon my glorious springlocks."|
|"Foolish Non-believer, gaze upon my glorious springlocks."|
|"Run, employee, I will fight this monstrocity."|
|"Hold up just a minute."|
- Fredbear appears to only jump in whenever there's some form of screaming, according to the "Sorta Happy Ending?" in DSaF2.