I'm wondering if someone can make a mod based on Bendy and the Ink Machine. If you don't know what this game is, Google is your best friend. Bendy looks cool, and I wonder if it's possible to have him in Minecraft via a mod.
Ink minions would spawn rarely in every other biome, but most commonly in a new ink lake biome.
Same health and damage as a zombie (10 hearts and 1.5/2/2.5 hearts damage respectively)
Drops 1-2 ink blobs, which can be used as an alternative to ink sacs. Also can be crafted with a glass bottle to make an ink bottle, one of six items needed to summon Bendy himself.
The other five items are as follows:
Cog, can be crafted with 5 iron ingots in a plus shape.
Record: Crafted with ink blob and any vanilla record. Plays the Bendy song, "Build Up Our Machine", and is also used to summon Bendy.
Bendy Plushie: The only uncraftable summoning item, has to be found in a Nether fortress. Makes sense since there's plenty of satanic allusions in Bendy and the Ink Machine, what with all the pentagrams.
Wrench: Made with 4 iron in the corners, and 1 in the very center.
Illusion of Living: Craft 8 ink blobs around a book and quill.
Boris: Tamable friend(Is supposedly friendly as of Chapter 2, as you see a can of bacon soup roll out to you before he shows up, and his posture looks friendly and non-threatening. Tame him with bacon soup, made by crafting four iron around a cooked porkchop. Spawns rarely in the Studio structure.
Allison Angel: The friendly variant of "Alice" Angel. Tamed the same way as Boris, and wields an ink katana, which only can be obtained as a drop from her.
Ink Bendy/ "Bendy": The boss of the mod.
Health: 150 health (75 hearts)
Damage: 2.5 hearts per hit on easy, 3.5 on normal, 4 on hard.
First round he summons 4 ink minions. If any die, he summons a new one to replace them. He can also throw ink blobs at you that deal 2 hearts of damage each, and fires as fast as the 1.9+ skeleton AI.
50% health: He starts to drip ink, and seems unstable. He then attacks you directly.
25% health: Slightly shakes, and more ink dripping is seen. He gains a slight speed boost (+10% speed).
On death he'll start shaking and then melt, leaving behind an ink puddle that soon disappears.
Drops: 1x Ink Launcher, 10x ink blobs
Ink Launcher allows you to launch ink much like Bendy can, but only deals a half-heart per shot, so as not to be OP.
There are three tools:
An ink extractor (crafted with one iron ingot, one glass bottle and two sticks). Right-click ink puddles to fill it up, and a full one can be used for dying wool black, or making book and quill items.
An axe. Made with an iron axe surrounded by 4 ink blobs. Used to break down boards that block the way to the ink machine. Vanilla axes can work as well, but even the diamond axe is slow against boards.
A rare structure will be the Studio, which will be as rare as a Woodland Mansion, and spawn in ink lake biomes (on its own hill in the middle of the ink lake). It is similar to the Episode 1 Studio, eventually leading to the ink machine and the six pedestals. One can summon Bendy by placing the respective items on their pedestals, restoring pressure to the pipes, and then powering the ink machine directly with redstone. The ink machine can only be powered once all the pedestals have the right item on them (the pedestals should be coded to only accept a certain item, as separate blocks). When the Ink Machine is powered, Bendy spawns and the fight begins. A second room found deep underground (found similarly to Episode 3) spawns "Alice" Angel (if you don't know why the quotes are there, play Episode 4, not spoiling this for you, same with the quotes around "Bendy"), and she also summons her own ink monsters to fight for her, including the butcher gang (Piper, Fisher and Striker), who have one extra half heart of attack compared to the normal ink monsters.
"Alice" Angel: 100 health (50 hearts)
Attack: 1.5 hearts on easy, 2.5 on normal, 3.5 on hard.
Same cycle as "Bendy", except she fires faster, and moves 10% faster than Bendy.
Drops: 1x Alice Angel plushie, 8x ink blobs.
The studio is made of various special blocks: Studio Wall, Studio Floor, and Studio Ceiling, with posters, gearboxes and pumps being available as placeable blocks which emit redstone current when interacted with (pumps act like episode 3, and must be balanced to emit the signal).
The Projectionist: Can only see in front of it, and emits light in the direction it looks. Those it finds in its light it immediately attacks, doing the same damage as a zombie pigman and running about the same speed.
I think this is a good idea but I would add the tools, enemies of chapter three and add a board block only breakable by a tool. also some decoration blocks like the walls. There is also the bendy statue and check in box (both savepoints) which you can have for a respawn or more decoration. you could make a custom spawning structure themed bendy and the ink machine that's similar to chapter one (but smaller) and an ink machine is in it. The ink machine will spawn ink bendy when powered (via redstone or other means) and there are six pedestals nearby with the respective items.
But that's my suggestion, please think about it.
Also don't forget the cutouts, never forget the cutouts...