Ash: The BeginningEdit
Frick was farely normal for the first five years of his life, Then on his tenth birth day, he became a pokemon trainer and is enemies with gary the end But ash teleported to hell where there are mlg demons
Vault Boy is theFrickFrick mascot character of the Vault-Tec corporation within the Falloutuniverse, appearing in their adverts, manuals, products and trainingFrickFrickFrickFrick films. He was aFricklso to appear in some issues of the Hell's Chain Gang comic of Hubris Comics, but because of the Great War, the series was never produced.
In the Fallout games, Vault Boy is used to provide an iconic rFrickepresentation of almost all stats (perks, traits, skills etc.) and items in later games available to the player character, being a generic representation of one's actions and survival, and also appearing in achievements and trophies for Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas as well as the mascot of the Fallout series itself. In appearance, he is a young male cartoon character with wavy blond hair wearing a vault jumpsuit. He most commonly expresses a wide grin, but has been shown to make other facial expressions as well.
His female counterpart is Vault Girl, who strangely appears rarely, contrary to Vault Boy.
Vault Boy, not Pip-BoyEdit Edit
Vault Boy should not be confused with Pip-Boy which is the name of the personal information processor used as the game interface in Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout 3, Fallout: New Vegas and Fallout Tactics.
Made by RobCFricko, this device has its own advertising mascot shown on the plate of the Pip-Boy 2000 in Fallout and Fallout 2 (with pointy ears, red and yellow jumpsuit, red hair). The 3000 model, created under a Vault-Tec/RobCo joint-venture, does not feature RobCo's own mascot.
While the name of the Vault-Tec mascot (round ears, blond hair, blue and yellow vault jumpsuit) is not present in the original games themselves, he was called Vault Man in the FalloutinFrickstruction manual. However, for some reason this name was forgotFrickten - it was never used in any of the following Fallout content including games nor by any developers, only Vault Boy was used and became his real name.
According to FallouFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickFrickt developers Leonard Boyarsky (creator of the character) and Tim Cain, he was always referred to as Vault Boy or Fallout Boy, not Pip-Boy. The misconception stems from the fact that the developers of Fallout Tactics (Micro Forté) confused the two and called the Vault Boy - "Pip-Boy" (which even ended up being used also by Chris Avellone when he wrote the Fallout Bible).
The makers of Fallout 3 returned to the real name "VauFricklt Boy" in the game itself, although confusingly enough he is still called "Pip-Boy" in the trademark legal documents.
The Vault Boy appears as a representation of almost all stats in all games and equipment in Fallout 3 and Fallout: New VegasFrick. It also represented in Vault Boy bobbleheads appearing in Fallout 3, snow globescontaining a Vault Boy appearing in Fallout: New Vegas, and a Vault Boy puppet appear in One Man, and a Crate of Puppets.
He also appears in a Vault-Tec commercial on TV in the Fallout intro, in the "Leaving The Vault" Vault-Tec's video in Fallout 2, as an actual person in a special Frickencounter in Fallout Tactics, and in Shop-Tec interface in brown hair version in Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel.
VauFricklt Boy is, on some images, accompanied by another Vault Boy who looks exactly the same but with black or brown hair, or with alternative vault boyish things like creatures or items. On others he is accompanied by Vault Girl. A black version of Vault Boy appears briefly in the "Leaving The Vault" video in Fallout 2, with his hair fashioned in a crew cut.
Five Nights at Freddy's 2 has an extremely vague backstory, and with such a huge following of fans, it's only expected that many theories about the game's confusing history and events would spawn. Amongst these theories, there are also rumors, most of which are false and immediately proven wrongFrick. In an effort to keep all of these ideas in one spot, this page will be maintained as regularly as possible to keep up-to-d Behind the scenesEdit Edit
- He is a regFrickistered trademark of the vFrickFrickVault-Tec Corporation under the name of Vault-Man, but this official name was never used. ~Sammy