|“||I thought I did everything right.||”|
— Ennard in the Private Room, Fake Ending
Circus Baby becomes Ennard by using the mask from the Primary Control Module (evident from its disappearance in Night 5), and combining her endoskeleton with the other animatronics', in order to collectively escape from the facility.
Ennard's plan was to use the scooper to disembowel the player, and use its body as a disguise to escape the facility.
|“||Graphic designed robot with inner wires exposed, white clown face, red nose, and party hat.||”|
— Scott's Intellectual Property Rights
Ennard also seems much larger and bulkier than conventional animatronics. It has blue eyes (purple eyes in the real ending) and very sharp teeth like Ballora. The right eye of Ennard has wires wrapped around it, making the eye useless. There is also a hanging eye off of Ennard's head.
Strangely, the mask in the Primary Control Module doesn't have ears despite Ennard being shown to have them during the Fake and Real Ending. It's possible that Ennard took the ears of the blinking faces on the left side of the wall in order to make Ennard's initial disguise resembles a human. It is also possible that the ears were folded behind the mask.
Several eyes from its body are eyes of the other animatronics, which is confirmed that all the animatronics' endoskeletons formed to create Ennard. The eyes on Ennard's body are similar to the pixelated version of Ennard, in which the player himself (Michael Afton) pukes out Ennard. (See the Custom Night heading below the page.)
- A yellowish-orange eye on the right bicep belongs to Funtime Foxy.
- A green eye on the lower portion of Ennard's left leg belongs to Circus Baby.
- A pink eye on the left side of Ennard's waist belongs to Bon-Bon.
- A blue eye hanging from the right side of Ennard's head belongs to Funtime Freddy.
- The purple eyes in the Real Ending belong to Ballora.
By looking at Ennard's body, one can determine which animatronic's endoskeleton makes up each part of Ennard.
- Funtime Foxy makes up the legs.
- Ballora makes up the head and lower torso.
- Funtime Freddy makes up the arms.
- Circus Baby makes up the chest.
Ennard does not wear the mask in funtime adatorium and parts and service room on Night 5.
Ennard is a hybrid animatronics created by the Funtime Animatronics, as an attempt to leave Circus Baby's Entertainment and Rental. As stated by Ennard in Night 5 (Real Ending), unfortunately they were caught, torn apart, and put back into their original animatronic's body until Eggs Benedict came to the underground facility.
It is theorized that Ennard was originally an individual animatronic, that was mangled for creating the others animatronics, thus explaining why Ennard's actual body is composed of the other animatronics parts; this is assumed because of Ennard's teaser in which the phrase "There's a little of me in every body" indicating that Ennard's was an individual animatronic until it was disarmed for creating the others, and his "mind" still existing in, -as stated in the teaser- every body
Ennard only appears in 3 portions of FNaF Sister Location:
In Night 5, if the player mods the game to delete or shrink Baby's sprite in Parts/Service, they will see Ennard's full body (without the mask) behind Baby's sprite, slightly waving. When the player sends Baby to the scooping room, Ennard fades away from the flashlight.
At the end of Night 5, it can be seen through the window of the Scooping Room.
Circus Baby, mixed with the other animatronics to become Ennard, explains to the player that it does not want to hurt them, but needs their body to complete it's plan and escape from the facility. It activates the scooper, tearing out the insides of the protagonist.
A cutscene plays afterwards displaying the silhouette of Ennard, within the player's body, in front of a bathroom's mirror, who opens their eyes to show Ennard's purple irises, thus revealing it succeeded with their plan. They then have control of Michael Aftons body until the 5th cutscene in custom night in which Michael regurgitates Ennard into the sewer.
In the secret Fake Ending, the player enters the Private Room, where they are told by the HandyUnit they will be rescued by staff and promptly fired due to "materials they may be exposed to."
The player must fend off Ennard until 6:00 A.M, using mechanics similar to the original Five Nights at Freddy's game (meaning the original FNaF game): Three doors; one on the vent above them on the wall, one to their left, and one to their right, as well as the original camera system to watch Ennard's moves, and finite power to administrate.
The vent located at the top center of the room is reminiscent of the second installment of the series. Ennard will try to enter the Private Room through three different entrances, starting out relatively slow, but becomes faster after every passing in-game hour.
Throughout the night, Ennard's voice (coming from Circus Baby) can be heard pleading the player to let them fulfill their plan, while also scoffing them for betraying her. The little girl who speaks before the beginning of every night can be heard at one point in the night.
It's interesting to note that Ennard has Baby's green eye in this ending, which is a reference to its catchphrase "There's a little of me in every body".
Then a cutscene plays where Michael is watching the final episode of the show "The Immortal and the Restless" . After the show ends, a few seconds later Ennard is shown from the right side of the room dragging their body across from where Michael is sitting.
After Michael regurgitates the robotic parts belonging to Ennard into the sewer, he lies on the ground, dead. The player then hears Circus Baby's voice repeating "You won't die". Michael gets up, now with purple skin while all of Ennard's eyes show up in the sewer.
- Ennard does not appear in the main game until Night 5, but its mask goes missing in that night, due to Ennard taking it before the player arrives for the shift.
- The name Ennard is a portmanteau of the words "Endoskeleton" and "Innards", as Ennard scoops out the protagonist's innards and takes over his body in the True Ending.
- There is an incredibly small chance that in the Control Module, Ennard's mask will change to Funtime Lolbit's face.
- Ennard is one of the only animatronics in FNaF:SL to not have rosy cheeks (excluding Springtrap), the others being the Minireenas, Electrobab, and, the BidyBabs.
- The number of wires in Ennard's body is 406.
- The music that plays when the player defends themself against Ennard in the Fake Ending is named "Watch Your 6" most likely referencing to you beating the night at 6:00 A.M in every FNaF game, as well as referencing the military term, watch your six, meaning ''Watch your back".
- Ennard resembles Viral Code, a character from The Desolate Room, another game by Scott Cawthon.
- Ennard's "You won't die" dialogue in the Custom Night cutscene could be a reference to Circus Baby/Ennard's Fake & Real Ending dialogue: "You won't die." And "The Scooper will only hurt for a moment."
- Ennard has a red button on it's chest that doesn't belong to any other known animatronic.
- If the player reaches 0% power in the Private Room, Ennard will somewhat teleport to the office to jumpscare them, no matter what time it is.
- If all of its jumpscares are counted, Ennard is the only character in the entire series to have more than two jumpscares, having four.
- In his last frame of his jumpscare in the Private Room, you can see a reflection.
- Ennard is one of the several animatronics in the series to lack counterparts, the others being Ballora, Bidybab, and Minireena.
- It is unknown where Ennard has his button and mask when it's behind Circus Baby in Parts & Service.
- Though it may be possible that it has them stored in the viewing zone for the Scooping Room.
- From the final Michael Afton Cutscene, when Ennard's eyeballs and wires are regurgitated by Michael, one of its two hazel-blue eyes is missing, likely an oversight.
- In the mobile version, it is not possible to see Ennard's mask in the Primary Control Module.
- Ennard's mask resembles the Puppet's mask.
- Ennard has a total of 6 eyes on it, 3 blue eyes on the head and 3 on the body, a green eye, a yellow eye, and a magenta eye.
- Ennard stands at aroud 6'02".
- Ennard has disappearing eyebrows and appearing ears. It is unknown where the eyebrows go and the ears came from.
- It is possible that one of the Paper Pals represents Ennard.
- Ennard only opens one of its faceplates in the Real Ending, the Fake Ending, in its teaser, and in the extras menu.
- Though strangely its eyebrows are missing in every view it has its faceplates open except in its teaser.
- Ennard's seems to be really manipulative due to he/she using Baby's voice and Micheal's dead sister's voice to be let in on the Extra Night.
- There is the theory that Ennard was an individual animatronic until it was dismantled to create the other animatronics, this is supported with the "There's a little of me in every body" phrase shown in the teaser.
- Ennard is the third true villain of the FNaF saga, the other two being Springtrap/Purple Guy, and Nightmare.
- If the animatronics were removed from their suits and successfully reformed to create Ennard without malfunctioning, they may be more malleable than they appear, being able to detach their limbs with minimal damage, which may also explain Mangle's situation in Five Nights at Freddy's 2, and Ballora on Night 3.
- During the Custom Night, if the static were to be removed in CAM 01 and CAM 02 while Ballora is there, it actually reveals Ennard instead of Ballora (this is also visible upon opening the monitor, albeit for a fraction of a second before the view changes to static). This is likely due to the fact that a file of Ballora in these rooms wouldn't be that useful due to the mechanics in the Custom Night, thus using Ennard as a "placeholder". The video explanation can be found here.
- The position of Ennard actually shows Ballora's. This is referred to Ennard under the guise of being Ballora.
- When Ennard is in CAM 03, its right arm and feet clip through the wall.
- Additionally Electrobab does the same thing but only with its feet due to how small it is.
- This is up for debate since the feet is at a lower angle, possibly causing it to become hard to spot.
- The various wires that compose Ennard clip into each other, this is due to the way Scott designed the animatronic's endoskeletons in Sister Location.
- Ennard's party hat practically floats when it's in CAM 03.
- Ennard moves sometimes silently