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"On the plus side, I got a new character I think people are going to love."
- Henry Stein
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"Sending you a little present. A little firepower. Take good care of it. It belonged to someone very special."
Twisted Alice, Bendy and the Ink Machine: Chapter 3

The Tommy gun is an obtainable weapon from Chapter 3: Rise and Fall from Bendy and the Ink Machine.

Description

Modeled off of the Tommy gun (or formally known as the M1928A1 Thompson submachine gun, mostly used in the Prohibition Era by criminals), also known as "The Chicago Typewriter", has an 18-round drum of ammunition. The gun itself is made from ink, as it melts back into ink if the steps to getting it are not done or if the steps are not done properly.

Usage

The gun features the ability to stunlock every enemy except Ink Bendy, who is completely invulnerable to this gun along with any other weapons Henry uses. It is especially useful against the Projectionist. Holding down the right mouse button allows Henry to infinitely shoot instead of clicking it one by one.

The gun has an unlimited amount of bullets. However, when using the gun several times or so, it runs out of bullets and has to be reloaded by clicking the right mouse button at least four times.

Gameplay

Bendy and the Ink Machine

Chapter 3: Rise and Fall

After completing Twisted Alice's errand where Henry kills all three Butcher Gang enemies, Twisted Alice will present Henry with the Tommy gun. However, when he attempts to grab the Tommy gun to use as a weapon, it transforms into ink, to which Twisted Alice tells him that the gun is a little hard to get a hold of.

To claim the Tommy gun, go to the toy machine and change the ink toy's form from the bowl next to Shawn Flynn's audio log into the Ink Machine, choose the "demon path", and never get killed during the chapter.

The Tommy gun is used until bringing all ink hearts to Twisted Alice for completing the last task where it is replaced by the Gent pipe near the end of the chapter.

Chapter 5: The Last Reel

Although the Tommy gun doesn't appear in this chapter, it's seen in some sketches in Joey Drew's apartment.

Trivia

  • This is the only weapon to be a range type instead of melee, aside from the Empty Bacon Soup Cans.
  • Equipping the Tommy gun unlocks the "Blazing Metal" achievement.
  • Before Twisted Alice gives Henry the gun, she says the gun was from someone special, hinting that the gun was from one of the workers or another person.
  • The Tommy Gun is the most powerful weapon in Chapter 3.

Audio

Description Audio
The sound of the Tommy gun melting.
SFX CH3 tommygunmelt
The sound of the Tommy gun's cylinder moving.
SFX Ink Gun Impact
The sound of the Tommy gun's bullets firing.
SFX Ink Shoot
The sound of the Tommy gun when out of bullets.
SFX Ink Gun Empty
The sound of the Tommy gun reloading.
SFX Ink Gun Reload


Gallery

Items
Bendy
and the Ink Machine
Objective Items
Bendy DollBookDoor LeverDry CellEnd ReelExtra-Thick InkGearInk HeartInkwellKeysPipeRecordSpecial GearTurnwheelValve CoreWrench
Non-Objective Items
Bacon SoupBoneDiscThick Ink
Weapons & Tools
AxeEmpty Bacon Soup CanFlashlightGent PipePipe WrenchPlungerScytheSeeing ToolSoup BowlSyringeTommy Gun
Bendy
and the Dark Revival
Weapons & Tools
Electric Baton
Bendy
in Nightmare Run
Weapons
Small weaponsMedium weaponsLarge weapons
Abilities
BombDazeFortuneHealth KitMagnetShield
Misc.
Bacon Soup (Nightmare Run)Health Pack
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