Unraveling the Mystery: The Bite of 83 Explained

The Bite of 83 is one of the biggest mysteries in the gaming world. For years, fans of the Five Nights at Freddy’s franchise have been trying to unravel the true story behind this incident.

In the game’s lore, the Bite of 83 refers to an event where one of the animatronics, most likely Fredbear, bites the frontal lobe off of a child’s head. This incident is said to have occurred during a birthday party at Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza, and it played a crucial role in the development of the series’ story.

Despite its importance, the exact details surrounding the Bite of 83 have remained shrouded in mystery. Fans have speculated endlessly about who the victim was, who the culprit animatronic was, and what the implications of the bite were for the wider story.

Recently, however, some new information has come to light that sheds some light on the Bite of 83. In his latest book, The Freddy Files: The Official Guidebook to the Five Nights at Freddy’s Series, series creator Scott Cawthon provides some insight into the incident.

According to Cawthon, the victim of the Bite of 83 was a child named Jeremy. The animatronic responsible for the bite was indeed Fredbear, and the incident occurred at a location called Fredbear’s Family Diner (which later became part of the Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza chain).

Interestingly, Cawthon also reveals that the Bite of 83 was not the first incident involving the animatronics and children. Prior to Jeremy’s accident, another child was reportedly killed by one of the animatronics at a different location.

While this new information doesn’t answer all of the questions surrounding the Bite of 83, it does provide some much-needed clarity. It also raises new questions – who was the child who died before Jeremy? And what other secrets lie hidden in the Five Nights at Freddy’s universe?

One thing is for sure – the story of the Bite of 83 will continue to intrigue and captivate fans for years to come.

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