Hopystein cute monster created on . In this category have been added so far a total of 0-th games. Hi! I'm Bendy the friendly demon! You can call me just Bendy.Joey Drew is my dad and create me and my friend Boris the wolf.Probably some of you wonder why l have many followings, because I'm friendly! More about: Bendy is a cartoon character created by Joey Drew Studios and the titular character in Bendy and the Ink Machine, first appearing in Chapter 1 and onward. The studio's flagship character, Bendy starred in a series of cartoons thirty years before the events of the game, often alongside the studio's other characters such as Boris the Wolf and Alice Angel. In game, Bendy primarily appears as a destructible cardboard cutout that pops up frequently wherever Henry travels. The cutouts themselves appear to sometimes move on their own and small clips of Bendy's cartoons can also be seen playing throughout the studio. Description Bendy is a devil-based cartoon character that, like other characters of the period, is black and white and has a cheerful-looking expression sports pie-styled eyes. He is entirely colored in black but the face, which was instead white in color. He wears shiny black shoes, a white bowtie, and a pair of gloves which closely resemble other cartoon creations like Mickey Mouse, each possessing two black buttons. The shape of his head resemble cartoony "horns" that always remain facing the viewer no matter which way Bendy is facing. Because he lacks a neck, his head floats a few inches away from his body. Bendy has a notable wide, toothy grin. His mouth never appears to open or close but can still move depending on his mood, as shown in few known cartoon shorts. In terms of his size, Bendy appears to be short, being easily towered over by Boris. Bendy's cutout height is nearly the size of Henry however. Personality In the animated shorts including "Tombstone Picnic" and "Haunted Hijinx", Bendy is shown to be rather impatient and easily startled or timid, yet justifiably cheerful and mischievous as his devilish nature would imply. It is also shown that he and the other characters may not have the best relationship and he frequently gets into trouble. As a cutout from throughout the chapters, he entirely lacks both emotions and personality due to being just an object. Chapter 1: Moving Pictures Bendy makes his first appearance in the chapter appearing as numerous cardboard cutouts. The cutouts can move on their own, often startling Henry in the process: From the narrowed room, a cutout will peek out from the door that is left of Wally Franks's audio log if Henry opens it after opening the first door from the right. One cutout will suddenly appear after entering the break room for the first time, when preparing to collect the items. Henry questions who put it there and if he walks far ahead and goes back, the cutout has disappeared. When Henry moves closer to the hallway that leads to the projector room, the cutout will peek out from the right side of said room after collecting all six items. When Henry walks in to investigate, it leans against the wall with a pool of ink at Bendy's feet. Bendy can also be seen in animated form on the projector once it turns on. Chapter 2: The Old Song Bendy once again appears as multiple cardboard cutouts. In this chapter, the axe allows Henry to chop some of the cutouts into pieces. However, if Henry turns his back to the cutout and then looks, Bendy appears good as new, without any sign of being damaged. This only occurs if the cutout stands in front of a pentagram. Those without the symbol will remain in pieces. Bendy's most notable appearance as a cutout takes place in the recording studio. Looking down from the projector booth, Henry will see Bendy sitting in one of the orchestra chairs, but entering the recording studio afterwards will cause Bendy to disappear. Looking up, he can be seen looking down on Henry from the audience booth. If Henry continues to move back and forth between the two rooms, Bendy will eventually take up all the recording studio's seats in a group of nine, earning an achievement. Bendy's cutout is seen popping out from the right side of the entrance to Sammy's sanctuary upon approach after activating the ink flow. Walking in backwards will prevent Bendy's cutout from peeking, with no "violin" sound played. Chapter 3: Rise and Fall Bendy appears again as yet more cardboard cutouts, propped up against the walls of the multiple floors of the complex. After either the "angel path" room or the "demon path" room, Bendy's cutout peeks out from behind a corner. As Henry rounds it, he is surprised to see that it is Boris holding the Gent pipe. After meeting "Alice" and agreeing to do favors for her in order to escape, Henry must find and destroy fifteen cutouts of Bendy with the axe. After Henry does so, "Alice" congratulates him, but also warns him that she forgot to mention "Bendy" hates when people destroy the cutouts. She advises Henry hide, as "Bendy" appears seconds later. Chapter 4 Bendy will appear again in Chapter 4.