|Position||Former night guard|
Takaya Nobles is a former night guard at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, he has a very mysterious past that very few people know about.
Takaya usually changes his look every few months as to not probe suspicion from the police, his true appearance is rarely seen by anyone. His true appearance consists of light brown hair, a purple shirt, purple pants and (sometimes) a purple hat.
Takaya is extremely smart, he has outsmarted the police numerous times while getting chased by them. He hates children (Which is possibly one of the reasons why he killed over 5 of them) with a passion, the only reason he took the job at Freddy's was because he was REALLY struggling for money. He has a strange habit of writing his victim's names in his notebook before he kills them.
Takaya was born into a moderately wealthy family. At the age of 9, his mother and father were killed in a car crash, leaving him in an orphanage. He left the orphanage when he was 18 and needed a job, he found an ad for Freddy's and it looked like an easy enough job, so he took it. After going through his first five nights, Takaya was put on the day shift. He always hated the day shift and had to endure it for three years before he finally lost it, Takaya killed the night shift guard and had to do the day AND night shift (Fazbear entertainment was struggling for money). One night, he found a child who stayed after hours, the child was extremely annoying to him, which brought him to kill her.
The police caught Takaya but due to lack of evidence, they had to set him free. He continued to work there until he began killing people as a sort of... hobby. He killed four more children and stuffed them into the suits in Parts/Service. He was eventually caught by the police and put into a mental asylum, which he escaped. His current whereabouts are unknown.
"Playtime is over fools..."
"I cannot stand children..."
"When there's a will, there's a way"
"Go on, kill me, there's no evidence to prove that I killed the children"
- Takaya means "respectful one" in Japanese
- Nobles sounds like the word Noble, being Noble is to be respected
- It's possible that Nobles is not his true surname, due to him switching appearance so often
- His habit of writing his victim's names in his notebook before he kills them is a reference to the Anime and Manga series "Death Note"