Bendy and the chocolate factory- 005 (Swear- 001)
Devil was licking a large swirly lollipop, gazing over the gushing chocolate river, when something caught his ear.
"Get off the chair, Lewis! You lazy bastard!" came a geeky male voice.
"I hate this game!" came a high pitched male voice.
Devil looked to find four human-like figures dressed differently.
"Twenty one?! I was win ning!!" one of them growled.
"Dice, look over there," he called.
King Dice and Papyrus looked away from each other and at where they heard the voice. King Dice got up, making his way to stand by his boss, "what is it?"
"It’s a group of people. Over there, by the waterfall." Devil pointed.
One of the people stopped and looked back to find the tour guests gathering around and looking at them.
"Son of a--" one started.
"Razz! Shut up, we have company!" the light brown
Bendy and the chocolate factory- 004
The group came to a large black curtain, Hatty just looked at it before using his cane and sent it whizzing off to the side, making the rod fall down, he kicked it out of the way "ignore that..." he mumbled. He cleared his throat before turning his guests "just drop your coats anywhere." he then turned his back towards his tour group before taking the goggles off, reaching into his pocket and pulling out a tissue, which he wiped his own forehead with.
"Blur blurb? Blurb blur blur blur. *Mr. Hattington? Sure is toasty in here.*" Octodad said, taking off his blue coat.
Hattington slowly turned, he cleared his throat, his eyes going from a faint blood red to black.
"Oh, yeah. I have to keep it warm in here because my workers are used to an extremely hot climate. They'd complain if it was cold." he explained, turning to walk on.
"Who are the workers?" Bendy asked, taking off his lumpy coat and br
Bendy and the chocolate factory 003-
The big day had finally arrived! Crowds surrounded the factory entry, policemen stood in a semi-circle with arms linked holding back the crowd. The five famous characters stood in a small line in front of the factory gates, awaiting ten AM.
"There's the magnificent Sans!" cried a voice.
"So it is!" cried another. "He's still chewing that three months old gum! Look at his jaw work away."
"Which one is Steve?" the voice asked.
"You blind? He's the big guy made of squares! Are you blind or are you just plain stupid not to see the guy made of squares?" a voice roared.
"Alright, keep your hair on." growled the voice, "I just wanted to be sure it was the block guy!"
"Massive isn't he?" the voice replied.
"You can say that again!" a voice giggled.
"Which one is Devil?" the voice replied.
"Oh it's not
Bendy and the chocolate factory- 002
The next day, in the workshop, there was a news flash. Someone had found the first golden ticket. As they watched it, Bendy and his family saw a world made entirely out of blocks, everything was blocked, even the people. The place was called "Minecraft" and the ticket winner was stood in front of the press with a ginger-haired female next to him. It was a male wearing a blue shirt, dark skin, a wide and tall body and dark brown hair, his eyes were blue and his smile was covered with a brown layer of chocolate.
"Steve." started someone.
"This way." called another, trying to get him looking to get the best picture for the paper.
"I am eating the Hat bar and I taste something, that is not chocolate... or coconut... or walnut, or peanut butter... or nougat... or butter brittle, or caramel, or sprinkles or strawberry or cherry. So I look and, I find the golden ticket." the blocky male cheered, waving his ticket with
Bendy and the chocolate factory- 001
'This is a story of a little ink demon named Bendy Devil Darlin' Drew. He was not faster or stronger or more clever than other game characters. His family was not rich, or powerful, or well-connected. In fact, they barely had enough to eat. Bendy was the luckiest game character in the entire world. He just didn’t know it yet.'
Standing outside the candy shop on his way home to gaze in all of the delicious sweets that the store sold, Bendy could see through the crystal clear window the candy man, Michael Nickle, talking to the children, a little music box playing in the shop to make it more interesting for the buyers. Michael was quite a musical person so it wasn't rare for him to sing. and it seemed Bendy would be treated to some. As kids demanded sweets, Michael began to sing;
Who can take a sunrise, sprinkle it with dew
Cover it in chocolate and a miracle or two
The candy man, the candy man can
The candy man can 'cause he mixes it with love