Lolbit is animatronic that we first got to see in one of the most controversial non-canon Five Night’s at Freddy’s Games – FNAF World. After that point, she appeared in almost all Five Nights at Freddy’s games. The exception is Freddy Fazbear’s Pizzeria Simulator.
Lolbit was created as a troll character that would only stay inside the FNAF World universe. But the community got attached to her, so the creator decided to keep her. That is how she appeared in the next game after FNAF World – Five Nights at Freddy’s: Sister Location, where she made her official canon debut.
Lolbit appeared for the first time in FNAF World – the game that disappointed a good majority of the Five Nights at Freddy’s community. The fans were expecting a full-fledged horror game, but instead, they got a child-friendly RPG.
FNAF World featured many new characters that have even made it to the new Five Nights at Freddy’s games, a few examples being Dee Dee, Old Man Consequences, Mr. Chipper, and Lolbit. In FNAF World, Lolbit isn’t a playable character nor an enemy; she is one of the two NPC vendors from which you can buy bytes – useful gadgets which gradually help you in combat.
She doesn’t have a fixed location; you can find her in multiple places where she sells a different type of byte based on the location where she is at. You can easily identify her on the map; her minimized sprite labels her location.
Five Night’s at Freddy’s: Sister Location
We didn’t have to wait long to see Lolbit again; she got reintroduced in a new canon Five Night’s at Freddy’s game that came right after FNAF World – Five Night’s at Freddy’s: Sister Location. She doesn’t appear in the form of a functioning walking animatronic. She is now present as a disembodied head.
She only appears in the custom night game mode as a character you can play against. She will not come up to your doors or anything; she can’t jumpscare you; she will appear on the little monitors on the table in your office.
You need to type out on your keyboard L-O-L to get rid of her. If you don’t manage to do that in time, Lolbit’s head will appear across your entire screen, stopping you from seeing anything. While playing simultaneously, an awfully loud eerie noise that sounds like an EAS alarm.
Behind her head will be a black and white checkered background and text that goes “Please Stand By,” imitating a real-life TV channel when on stand-by.
Lolbit also has an Easter egg appearance inside Five Night’s at Freddy’s: Sister Location. At the top of the Primary Control Room, Ennard’s mask is attached to a wall. There exists a small possibility that instead of Ennard’s mask, Lolbit’s disembodied head would replace it.
Freddy in Space 2
Lolbit also appeared in a troll game made by Scott Cawthon in late 2019. The game was made to spread awareness for the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital fundraiser. Lolbit took part in it, where she made an appearance as an NPC shopkeeper, which appears throughout all levels.
You can buy from her Invincibility stars, Skill Points, and other items, but there is a limit to buying one item per level.
Ultimate Custom Night
After that, Lolbit appeared in Ultimate Custom Night as a secret character that is summonable by Dee Dee. She functions the same way as she does in Five Night’s at Freddy’s: Sister Location.
Like in Sister Location, you will get an image of her disembodied head right across your entire monitor; she will play a noise, which sounds like an EAS alarm. To make her disappear, you will have to type out L-O-L. If you fail to do so, your night will most likely end because of the discrepancy that she causes.
Five Night’s at Freddy’s VR: Help Wanted
She made her next appearance in Five Night’s at Freddy’s VR: Help Wanted. In this game, we see Lolbit’s full body and her jumpscare for the first time in the series. In Five Night’s at Freddy’s VR: Help Wanted, there are multiple game modes that you can play. One of them being the Dark Rooms.
Funtime Foxy, the animatronic that Lolbit is a reskin of, has its own level in the Dark Rooms, where during the Blacklight mode, she is replaced by Lolbit.
You will have to go through the Funtime Auditorium from Sister Location. To find an exit, you will be walking in a dark room around the real-sized copies of Funtime animatronics. Like in Sister Location, you will need to flash your light from time to time, to stop Lolbit from coming after you.
If you fail to flash your light on time, you will get jump scared by her.
Five Night’s at Freddy’s: Security Breach
The last time we saw Lolbit was when she made a cameo appearance in the newest Five Night’s at Freddy’s game – Security Breach. She was present on the cover art for a fighter arcade game called Cyber Fox VS Mecha Mangle, where her disembodied head is seen laughing on the computer screen, next to Mangle and Foxy.
This is the first iteration of Lolbit that we ever got to see; she was introduced to us for the first time in FNAF World. Lolbit is an NPC vendor that sells bytes to players; she is the owner of Lolbit’s Byte Store, which can be found in almost every area throughout the game.
She has some differences that set her apart from Funtime Lolbit. Adventure Lolbit has, instead of a left hand, a metal hook like Foxy, and she is missing the speaker located on her chest, right under her bow tie. Adventure Lolbit would not appear again in the series because all Adventure animatronics were created just for FNAF World.
Funtime Lolbit, or just Lolbit, is the canon version of Adventure Lolbit, which we first got to see in Five Nights at Freddy’s: Sister Location. She didn’t appear in the form of a full-body animatronic. She made an appearance as a disembodied head.
You can only play against her in the custom night game mode, where she is available in a few presets that you can choose. Her main task is to interrupt the player by putting her face across the entire screen while producing an eerie noise that will, in most cases, end your night.
After a few years, we finally got to see her as a full animatronic in Five Nights at Freddy’s VR: Help Wanted, where her design got altered a little bit so it fits the game better.
Lolbit is an anthropomorphic fox animatronic; she shares the same model with Funtime Foxy. Even in FNAF World, Lolbit was just a recolor of her. Lolbit looks polished and modern; she doesn’t look old because her body is shiny and it looks metallic. Her design throughout the games knew how to vary a little bit from time to time.
In FNAF World, Lolbit had a metal hook instead of one of her hands. The metal hook is only present on the Adventure counterpart of Lolbit; in the rest of the games, she is presented without it.
Lolbit only has eyebrows in Five Night’s at Freddy’s VR: Most Wanted; in the rest of the FNAF games; she is presented without them. The player may not notice that detail the first time seeing her. But once you notice it, you will see how it looks weird, like something is missing.
She doesn’t have eyes as other animatronics do; you can only see the endoskeleton’s white dot eyes. She has purple ears with a white outline, and the upper part of her face is in orange color. She has two purple cheeks and purple lipstick. Her teeth are normal-sized.
On her chest, she has a purple bow tie. And under the bowtie in Five Night’s at Freddy’s VR: Help Wanted, she has a speaker attached. She has complete hands with long nails, adding a feminine aspect to her appearance. The inside of her torso is orange, just like the tip of her tail and her toenails.
Question: Is Lolbit canon?
Answer: Lolbit appears in Five Night’s at Freddy’s: Sister Location, one of the canon games in Five Night’s at Freddy’s. Assuming that she appeared there not only as an Easter egg but also as an antagonist in the custom night game mode. She is canon.
Question: Who possesses Lolbit?
Answer: Currently, that is unknown. Lolbit is a character with little to no background information. She doesn’t have an origin story, and she probably will not get it in the future.
Question: Which gender is Lolbit?
Answer: That is unconfirmed. Somewhere Lolbit is mentioned as she/her girl, but for example, in the custom night in Five Night’s at Freddy’s: Sister Location, she is not included in the Girls Night preset. Her design has some feminine features, such as long nails. That all doesn’t have to mean anything, she can be a boy or a girl. The creator – Scott Cawthon, probably let the community decide, just like he did with Mangle. Where he never disclosed her gender.
Lolbit FNAF Guide: Conclusion
Lolbit started as a troll character made for a not-so-serious non-canon FNAF game. She got accepted by the fandom with wide open hands. People liked her and her design despite the number of negative comments from critics and industry professionals.
Lolbit is a fun concept; I hope we will get to see more of her in the next FNAF games. She is one of the characters that I adore the most.