anonymous asked: “Have u ever imagined: The Baudelaire orphans meet The Fnaf 1 gang?

I don’t do requests normally but then this popped into my inbox and I just got inspired~ I’ve thought of Lemony as the night watchman and obviously did that picture of Moxie, but I never thought about the orphans! This was great fun to do. I actually had a couple other ideas, but ran out of steam.

We know mostly from FNAF2 that the animatronics interact just fine with children, but I feel like Violet looks and acts old enough they would register her as an adult, just because the Baudelaire lives can never be that simple.

Mike would be a terrible guardian

Count Olaf is not a stupid man, which is why his actions in The End can be a little confusing. He makes many ridiculous demands and says silly things even when it’s clear there’s nothing to be gained from them and annoys the shit out of the Baudelaire orphans doing it. (It should be noted that it’s basically only his words that are ridiculous or stupid—Count Olaf’s actual actions are still pretty clever and cunning, just like they always are.) It almost doesn’t make sense, how silly Count Olaf is at points in this book. He nearly reaches a Jim Carrey level of absurdness at times.

But come on volunteers, would Mr. Snicket have written us Jim Carrey? Of course not. Count Olaf’s behavior isn’t as absurd as it seems when you look at the bigger picture of him and his slow deterioration of him over the past few books. Is he going to cling to his absurdity as his downward spiral intensifies? Of course he is. His bravado and his revenge are all he has left in the world.


Dedications | Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events


A Series of Unfortunate Events Fancast → Main Cast

"If you are interested in stories with happy endings, you would be better off reading some other book. In this book, not only is there no happy ending, there is no happy beginning and very few happy things in the middle."

Joey King as Violet Baudelaire, David Mazouz as Klaus Baudelaire, Maggie Elizabeth Jones as Sunny Baudelaire, Adrien Brody as Count Olaf and Anthony Mackie as Lemony Snicket


The movie you are about to see is extremely unpleasant. If you wish to see a film about a happy little elf, I’m sure there is still plenty of seating in theatre number two. However, if you like stories about clever and reasonably attractive orphans, suspicious fires, carnivorous leeches, Italian food and secret organizations, then stay, as I retrace each and every one of the Baudelaire children’s woeful steps. My name is Lemony Snicket, and it is my sad duty to document this tale.


There are people in the world who know no misery and woe. And they take comfort in cheerful films about twittering birds and giggling elves. There are people who know that there’s always a mystery to be solved. And they take comfort in researching and writing down any important evidence. But this story is not about such people. This story is about the Baudelaires. And they are the sort of people who know that there’s always something. Something to invent, something to read, something to bite, and something to do, to make a sanctuary, no matter how small. And for this reason, I am happy to say, the Baudelaires were very fortunate indeed. 

New tattoo. From A Series of Unfortunate Events; this book series has been a part of my life for a long time.

"If you feel for instance, that well read people are less likely to be evil, and a world full of people sitting quietly with good books in their hands is preferable to a world filled with schisms and sirens and other noisy troublesome things, then every time you enter a library, you might say to yourself, "the world is quiet here," as sort of a pledge proclaiming reading to be the greater good."

-Lemony Snicket