Bendy and the chocolate factory- 013 (swear- 001) The elevator swerved harshly through the air, Bendy held on to the rail, as if he'd go flying.
"Hatty! Slow down!" he cried, feeling his feet no longer on the ground.
Hatty wasn't really listening and sped up as he wanted to get back to the factory as quickly as possible.
Bendy's hand slipped off and he almost crashed into the wall of the elevator if it weren't for Hattington to grab his tail and pulled him closer until the toon grabbed the chocolatier's arm.
The factory stood tall with its chimneys tall and almost seemingly going into space. Both men looked down to find a large crowd around the gates.
"Looks like we've got company. We're going to land this thing and hopefully, have a plan for facing that crowd." Hatty said, glancing at Bendy.
As the airlocks opened, letting the elevator land inside, the Lets Players stopped and watched the glass box land
Bendy and the chocolate factory- 012 Bendy sat in his classroom, Miss Finlayson teaching loud and clear. The toon looked up at the teacher before back down at his notebook. On the open page was a drawing with a stick figure with a square head, around the stick figure, was different powerful weapons firing at the figure but many other figures that look like badly drawn versions of himself. There was visible proof that Bendy's anger about Hatty hadn't died down.
"So, Tommy, can you tell me what an input is?" the teacher asked, turning to face the class.
Tommy? Bendy sat up and turned with some of his classmates to find the boy from the tour sat in the back row.
"In computing, an input device is a piece of computer hardware equipment used to provide data and control signals to an information processing system such as a computer or information appliance." the boy replied, twirling a pencil in his still long fingers.
"Yes now..." th
Bendy and the chocolate factory- 011 (swear- 001) Meanwhile, in the workshop, Boris was panting from heart pains, Alice was cleaning up burst ink pipe stains, Susie was cooking bacon soup and the others were just sitting around bored.
"What time do you think they’ll be back?" the female asked, moving her black curly hair from her face.
"Hard to know, Susie." Joey sighed.
Suddenly, the roof caved in and a glass box entered the place, landing gently on the floor, dust rained from above. After the chaotic landing, Sammy just sat up and smiled.
"I think there’s someone at the door... or the roof." he finished with a fiddle of his Bendy mask.
"Hi, Susie." Bendy, from inside the Great Glass Elevator, grinning and waving.
"Hi." the female gulped, her fear dying down.
"Susie. Joey. We’re back." Bendy grinned, the doors opened and the toon rushed out and hugged his mother figure t
Bendy and the chocolate factory- 010 "I don’t know why I didn’t think of this earlier. The elevator’s by far the most efficient way to get around the factory." Mr. Hattington said, walking over to a glass object in the wall.
He pressed a button and the doors opened, he let Bendy and Tommy enter first, then Octodad and Henry, finally himself.
The human boy gazed at the array of buttons and turned to Mr. Hattington. "There can’t be this many floors," he said, going to poke a button.
"How do you know, Mr. Smarty-Pants?" Hatty asked, grabbing Tommy's hand before anything bad happened and tore it away from the button. "And this isn’t just an ordinary up and down elevator, by the way. This elevator can go sideways, longways, slantways, and any other ways you can think of. You just press any button and, whoosh, you’re off." and as he finished his sentence, he pressed one of the buttons and the elevator j