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- Tortured Vigo, his Tortured Suit counterpart seen in The Return to Freddy's 5: Story Mode?
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Vigo the Snake makes his first and only introductory in The Return to Freddy's 3 as one of the active antagonists. He was bought from a gift shop of an unnamed "origin location" by Wilson and Chun, and was then stored in Fazbear Fantasy Land for future use.
Vigo is a green snake animatronic. His eyes seem to be peeking out of his head. They have a slight red tint. He has at least thirteen segments, including the head. While he appears to be burnt, none of his endoskeleton is seen, not even the jaw.
Vigo is first active on Night 3 and onwards, and starts in CAM 10 where he can be seen exiting the box he was brought in. Vigo then moves to CAM 08 and will eventually appear in the hallway of your Security Office. The player must click the Corrupt Signal button on the Signal Panel in order to defend themselves from Vigo. Failing or neglecting to do so would cause the snake animatronic to jumpscare the player, resulting into a game over.
- Vigo is the 2nd shortest animatronic in the TRTF series, the shortest being Adventure Lickjuice.
- Vigo is the only one who is not damaged in TRTF3.
- Vigo is the only animatronic in the game that looks like an actual animal. All the others have a humanoid shape.
- In his Funtime Fright mode Icon, Vigo seems to be a disembodied head. It is unknown why.
- Before The Return to Freddy's 4, some fans thought Vigo and Gron were the same character, but in different forms.
- Some believed that Vigo caused the bite of '87 in the TRTF Lore. However, no proof exists to support this, and the Bite of '87 was confirmed to have never happened.
- There is a bug where Vigo's jumpscare audio might play, but he will not appear. But moments later, his jumpscare will play, resulting in a Game Over.
- It is believed that Vigo was once possessed by Hayden Fisher, a child who was murdered by Vincent and as well as other 6 murdered children. However, this might have been one of the various "plot holes" created when scripting the lore.