Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria. A place of dreams. Happiness. Laughter. But only during the day. When the sun goes down, it's a whole different story.
Mike Schmidt just wanted some extra cash so he could afford to move out of his aunt's place a little sooner. Now he's hip-deep in a horror story that's been playing itself out for over a decade. Every night brings him up close and personal with the personifications of violent death, and that's just the beginning. Freddy's has skeletons jammed in every nook and cranny, and they're about to come spilling out.
But this isn't the first time Mike's world has turned itself inside out, and like hell he's just going to roll over and die. If he goes down, he's taking the whole house of cards with him.
And for good or ill, the purple hellbunny is more than willing to drag him down the rabbit hole...
- Part 3 of Don't Go Chasing Rabbits
Mike's first impression of Freddy Fazbear's Pizza is not particularly good. His first impression of his coworkers is even worse. But if the world thinks this is going to make him quit before he's even started the job, it had better think again.
(Jeremy just wants him to get the hell out before it's too late.)
- Part 1 of Don't Go Chasing Rabbits
Welcome to Freddy's, Mike. Meet cute.
(The one where the animatronics are humanoid androids, there are no less than four night guards, and management isn't out to get anyone. Funny how that doesn't make things any better.)
- Part 2 of Don't Go Chasing Rabbits
Freddy Fazbear's Pizza is not a happy place. It has a long history, stained with blood and rusting metal. The only sane thing to do when confronted with even a fraction of the horrors lurking within is run away screaming.
Apparently, Mike Schmidt isn't as sane as he thought he was. Not only does he not run away screaming, he actually comes back after his first, near-fatal shift as a night guard. Mike just wants to know why: why Freddy's is still standing, why the android mascots have gone homicidal, and why the world seems content to let such things continue. But the closer he gets to uncovering the pizzeria's secrets, the more he realizes that what's happening at Freddy's is just the tip of the iceberg.
You shouldn't go chasing rabbits, Mike. You don't know what you'll find.
Eventual Bonnie/Mike (slow burn). Other pairings (and characters) will be added as they appear. Based (loosely) on Tina-Sapphire's AU, which can be found on DeviantArt.