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Mobile ad hoc networks, or MANETs, are wireless communication systems that allow self-organized and self-believing nodes to connect. These nodes are in charge of transmitting and receiving packets over the wireless medium. As a result, the number of nodes and communications that are involved is determined by the network region and coverage area. Each node in the constrained topology is capable of communicating with every other node. As a result, the node's assurance level is at its lowest. The suggested FEISA - self-courage based MANET discussion with fuzzy optimization and scary attacker removal focused on finding and removing scary nodes from the path using efficient calculations. The network improves the packet delivery by considering the network parameters, validating each node as defined by the network nodes, and using the built-in knowledge of FEISA to minimize the delay in output.