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"That Kratter thing has been active lately, I don't trust him." - Phone guy night 8
Kratter is an antagonist in Five Nights At Freddy's 17. He was a springlock suit from an older location, but a kid was stuffed inside him.
He is a blue-ish colour with a rusty texture and a missing ear and eye. He has a wonky bowtie and multiple cracks and springlocks sticking out. If you look at the cracks, you can see a kid with a red shirt inside him. He has a mouth like springtrap, with scary looking teeth. He is slightly burned in places.
He was made in 1943 when Fredbear's Family Diner was low on animatronics but had a small budget because they spent most of the budget on tables. They decided to spend a bit of budget on a really cheap, tatty, malfunctioning cat animatronic called Kratter. They just threw him in a "Fun Time Cove" to keep the toddler entertained. But every time he was touched he fell apart so the company had to put springlocks in him to hold him together. 10 years later, Fredbear's Family Diner closed and Kratter was abandoned. But then, Freddy Fazbear's Pizza opened and they took him in. They were going to use his suit for humans to go inside, but they scrapped him because they found out his springlocks were loose. Then, a kid found him outside the pizzeria and decided to go inside him and the kid died inside him. Years later, he was an attraction at Fazbear's Fright.
- Cam A (Stage)
- Cam B (Dining Room)
- Cam G (Hallway)
- The office.
Since a human is stuffed inside him, he is smarter than the other animatronics. He slowly creeps up on you and when you are checking the cameras he quickly rushes through one of the door or vents and then you need to put the mask on. When he moves, he makes a sort of moaning noise as he slowly walks from room to room.