NOTE: This article is about the Charlotte Emily from the Novel Trilogy. If you want to see her video game version, please visit her article on the Villains Wiki.

Charlotte Emily is the main protagonist of the Five Nights at Freddy's Novel Trilogy.

History

The Silver Eyes

In 1995, Charlie, the daughter of Henry, the owner of Freddy's Fazbear's Pizza, now 17 years old, returns to her childhood home of Hurricane, Utah to attend the launch of a scholarship dedicated to her school friend Michael Brooks who went missing ten years earlier.

She reunites with her childhood friends Jessica, John, Carlton, Marla, and Lamar, and they decide to revisit the place where Michael died: Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, a family restaurant Charlie's father once owned. Now an incomplete shopping mall has been built in the restaurant's place, but upon further investigation, the friends discover the restaurant is still standing and that the mall had been built around it.

Breaking in, they explore the abandoned restaurant and find that the animatronic mascot characters - Freddy Fazbear, Bonnie, and Chica, which were built by Charlie's father - have been left behind.

The next day, Charlie and her friends attend the scholarship's launch ceremony at their old school, where Michael's parents give a speech about him. Afterwards, John confesses to Charlie that he remembers seeing a strange person in a yellow Freddy costume at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza on the day of Michael's death, and he now suspects this person was Michael's killer.

That night, Charlie, Jessica, John, and Carlton return to the restaurant, accompanied by their friends Lamar, Marla, and her 11-year-old brother Jason.

They discover the still-functioning control panel which makes the robots move, and Charlie finds a fourth robot - Foxy the Pirate Fox - which cuts her arm with his hook. The next morning, haunted by recent events, Charlie tells John that before moving to Hurricane her father owned another restaurant called Fredbear's Family Diner, which featured two performing robots, yellow versions of Freddy Fazbear (Fredbear) and Bonnie the Bunny (Spring Bonnie).

Later, Charlie remebers about Fredbear's Family Diner, a restaurant owned by her father in New Harmony, whcih was the predecessor of Freddy's, and she and John drive there. Once inside, Charlie remembers the day her brother Sammy was abducted by someone in a yellowBonnie costume, which led to the diner going out of business and Charlie's parents divorcing. She suspects that Sammy's abduction and Michael's murder are connected.

That evening, the friends go to Freddy Fazbear's Pizza again, but are caught by the mall's security guard Dave, who threatens to call the police. Charlie offers to let Dave explore the restaurant with them, and he accepts. Inside, the friends play with the control panel, and while they are distracted Dave retrieves a yellow Bonnie costume from a closet and abducts Carlton, which Jason witnesses.

The friends flee the restaurant and fetch Police Officer Dunn, only to find that the restaurant's door has been chained up while they were gone. Police Chief Clay Burke - Carlton's father - does not believe their story, and assumes Carlton is playing a prank. Charlie later talks with John about her father; he closed the restaurant and committed suicide after Michael was murdered, leading many people in the town to suspect he was the killer.

Charlie and John go to a library to research the history of Fredbear's Family Diner, and find an old newspaper article about Sammy's kidnapping with a photograph of Dave, who the newspaper identifies as the diner's co-owner. Jason runs off, intending to rescue Carlton, and Charlie, John, Lamar, Jessica, and Marla break into the restaurant to find him. Finding Carlton, Charlie undoes the spring locks and frees him from the costume.

As they search for a way out, the four robots come to life and pursue them through the restaurant. William reveals that the robots are possessed by the vengeful ghosts of his victims, and boasts that they will hunt down and kill any intruders. The group tries to hide in a party room, but all four robots corner them.

However, they are halted by the arrival of a fifth robot, the yellow Freddy (Fredbear) from Fredbear's Family Diner, which Charlie realizes is possessed by Michael's ghost. The yellow Freddy allows them to leave, and Chief Burke arrives to search for the missing Officer Dunn. William attacks in the yellow Bonnie costume, but Charlie activates its spring locks, killing him.

Chief Burke escorts everyone out of the mall, and the friends go their separate ways. Gefore leaving Hurricane, Charlie visits her father's grave, remembering a happy day she had with him when she was a child.

The Twisted Ones

A year later, Charlie tries to start over by entering the University of St. George. However, she is contacted by Clay Burke , who informs her of a murders that is taking place, whose victim, an agricolturee, has wounds that connect with the young woman's past, being identical to the ones caused by springlock. Charlie, John and Jessica decide to join Clay to solve the mystery and find out who are the cause of such a terrible event.

As new victims killed with the same modus operandi are found, they end up discovering that the authors of this are new animatronics created by William Afton, which contain disks able to cause hallucinations and modify their appearences to make them more lifelike. Not only that, but they also discover that Charlie is the target of these robots. Knowing that more people could die, the girl decides to go alone to the next point where the animatronics were going to attack, being captured by them.

She is taken to an underground pizzeria, where she is quickly rescued by her friends, who had followed nothing more nor less than the original animatronics of Freddy Fazbear's Pizza. However, they are surrounded by twisted animatronics, commanded by William Afton, who is now undead; With his new body, he calls himself Springtrap.

They manage to escape their attackers, even managing to burn down Twisted Bonnie and Twisted Wolf . Then Charlie sees that Springtrap escapes and starts chasing him, leaving her friends behind.

She manages to confront Springtrap, demanding that he answer why she had taken him, why he had chosen Sammy instead of her. He replies that he did not take him, but her . Suddenly the building begins to collapse and Springtrap escapes. Without another option, all begin to look for the exit.

When they are about to leave, Charlie is captured by Twisted Freddy (who is terribly damaged) and introduced into the spring-locks trap. Although his friends tried to free her, the trap is activated and Charlie is crushed by the mechanisms of the suit.

As Charlie's friends mourn over her death, a woman whose appearence resembles Charlie drives up and gets out, striding towards the diner.

They rush to the doorway to meet her just as she walked in, but find out she's not actually Charlie.

The Fourth Closet

In The Fourth Closet, John and Jessica drive to an abandoned mining town named Silver Reef to look for Aunt Jen. After finding and meeting Jen, they discovered that Charlie was trapped in a box. John took Charlie to his house to rest and hide.

Eventually, as Charlie recovered and became healthier, they ventured back to Aunt Jen's house. it is revealed to Charlie by Circus Baby, that she isn't human. Rather, she was the third of four planned robots made by her father Henry to mimic her growing up. There were four robots planned, each simulating a stage in life. Henry made them due to his inability to cope with the death of the actual Charlie. It's revealed it was actually her the one abducted and killed by Afton at Fredbear's, and not Sammy. However, Henry committed suicide before the fourth one was finished. That fourth unfinished animatronic became Circus Baby and revealed to Charlie that all her memories of her with her father were just recordings made by a camera on a tripod. Circus Baby was the scrap robot in the corner of Henry's workshop in some of Charlie's quote on quote, "memories".  The two break into a fight, and Charlie defeats Elizabeth by activating the animatronic her father created to kill him, which impales both of them.

By the end of the novel, it is discovered what is written in Charlie's grave, revealing her full name is Charlie Emily and that she died in 1983.

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