The one thing I'll say is a guilty pleasure, is each and every character (whether they are original or fan characters of something existing) I ALWAYS want to give them a grand opening welcome. Because, to me, each and every thing I create is better than the last in my eyes in some form or fashion. I choose to let my mind wander than rather waste it on the same thing: making new things, taking concepts past the envelope if need be, and going as far as it lets me. That, is my method of art
My yapping besides, here's even MORE Cabillon the Crow. As mentioned in the first picture before, he's the spirit of a teen who was caught in a car accident nearby Freddy Fazbear's, but didn't survive his fatal injuries... instead, his spirit was magnetized to this restaurant and inhabited a suit, long abandoned in the attic, to keep his vulnerable spirit safe (mainly how is the bloodstained necklace he wore around his neck all the time, the animatronics found and set aside, but Dexter's habit of picking up stray objects led him to place it into another suit he originally used as a hiding spot for his trinkets). As such, he certainly was a bizarre addition amongst the many other animatronic suits, and Freddy questioned his appearance as a means for the children, but gave him a chance. In his choice of preference, Cabillon wanted to be the piano player and let his literal soul's content continue where it left off even after his ended mortality: a passion he refused to let go even now.
As such musical talent was presented, he definitely earned a fair place amongst the Fazbear family... even if he was the black sheep-- er, crow-- amongst the bunch. However, he has his quirks as well, being that the piano was tampered with to play by itself, and that doesn't bode well with Cabillon, which infuriates him that he cannot play it himself, and thus, savagely attack ANYONE to dares to interfere with it again or even attempt to turn the auto play mode in the piano (which means BAD news for the guard). It shares a similar mechanic to the puppet in FNaF 2, but instead of making sure music is ALWAYS playing... you are to keep the piano FROM playing by keeping it disengaged. That way, Cabillon can play and never bother you: if anything it means you get some music in the process... don't count on it to save you from any of the others though, but one less concern from squishing your face into actively moving gears in his beak until you're unrecognizable human paste without a head. So, yeah... keep that auto-play mode blocked
The best way to know how much time you have left until he actively seeks you out, is that first he'll stare dead into the camera sitting at the piano station. The second warning, is his eyes go jet black and starts oozing this oily substance from his eye sockets. The third warning, and your DEAD last one, is his beak will open wide, showing you ALL the wires and sharp pistons and gears moving inside his head... what he'll ram right onto your head if you fail to block the auto-play. If you don't heed them, then he will actively hunt you like mindless prey... on par with Foxy's viciousness, perhaps slightly more merciless.
Cabillon isn't a bad animatronic, and has no desires to put you into a suit: all he wants is just his piano left alone, so his spirit can be at peace and play however much he needs to be harmless to anyone and anything. That, and his music is NOT bad at all for being a musically-capable animatronic~ His personality is... well... quiet actually. Literally quiet, because he stays mostly to himself and prefers to play: that or it could be because his beak was screwed shut at the joints due to it being broken when his soul first infused into the suit. Rarely he leaves his station and converses with others, one of which would be Dexter the Dragon and another being Chica: specifically he doesn't prefer any favorites to hang around with, so any of them he's alright with as far as that's concerned. Just... don't mess with the piano, human or animatronic... PLEASE don't... for your own safety and longevity.
Hope you all like him c: