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Nightmare Bonnie

Nightmare Bonnie is an animatronic in the game Five Nights at Freddy's 4. He is the nightmarish version of Bonnie.


Nightmare Bonnie is a more tattered up version of Bonnie, with a big hole in his chest, missing patches everywhere, and still his iconic bowtie.


Nightmare Bonnie will show up from the at the end of the Left Hall to hide when the flashlight is shined on him. If not, his breathing will be heard in which the player has to close the Door. If the player didn't close the door and flash the light, they would get a Game Over.

Halloween EditionEdit

Jack-O-Bonnie is the halloween version of Nightmare Bonnie found exclusively in Five Nights at Freddy's 4: Halloween Edition.

Appearance Edit

Jack-O-Bonnie is essentially just a reskin of Nightmare Bonnie. The changes made in it involve Jack-O-Bonnie being orange, rather than blue, and having an orange candelight glow out of its body.

Five Nights at Freddy's 4: Halloween Edition Edit

He acts exactly the same as Nightmare Bonnie, with only a cosmetic change to him.

His role parallels that of Jack-O-Chica, coming in from the west hall of the house. Unlike Chica, however, upon entering the room to attack, he himself attacks the child. He is also the more frequent attacker out of the two. The child has to hold the left door shut to prevent him from getting in. If the child flashes the light at him when he is standing right outside the door, he will attack him, and if he turns his back on the door to look at the bed, he will enter the room and attack. The only way to tell he is at the door is to listen for his breathing. Holding the door will cause him to walk away, being unable to enter.

Gallery Edit

Nightmare Bonnie Hallway

Nightmare Bonnie going away from the hallway.