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|“||Alice and I, we are going places.||„|
|~ Susie Campbell, Alice's former voice actress.|
|“||Have you ever wondered what Heaven is like? I like to dream that it's quite beautiful.||„|
|~ Alice in her real form|
|“||I'M ALICE ANGEL!||„|
|~ Twisted Alice's debut by jumpscaring the player.|
|“||NO!!! No, no, no! Why can't you ever just die?!?||„|
|~ Alice Angel's last words before being killed by Allison Angel.|
Susan "Susie" Campbell, better known as Alice Angel, is the secondary antagonist of the Bendy franchise.
Just like Bendy and Boris, she is a character created by Joey Drew for Bendy's show and the only known female cast. Like the others, she was brought to life by Joey Drew who manipulated Susie Campbell and using the Ink Machine turned into a deformed version of cartoon Alice. There is another version of her called Allison Angel, who killed her to save Henry and then became Henry's ally.
She is voiced by Lauren Synger.
Alice serves as the secondary antagonist of Bendy and the Ink Machine, a major antagonist in Boris and the Dark Survival, and one of the main protagonists of Bendy in Nightmare Run.
In Bendy and the Ink Machine, she serves as an unseen antagonist in Chapters 1 and 2, the main antagonist of Chapters 3 and 4, and a posthumous antagonist in Chapter 5.
Alice is a female humanoid cartoon character with long black hair, thin eyebrows, black lipstick, and has pie eyes with eyelashes like the other cartoon characters. She wears a black dress, a white bow tie and gloves, although they have some sort of hole in each palm.
In the game itself, is a young woman wearing an angel halo which is melted into her head as well as a pair of short, realistic-looking horns. She is wearing what looks like a black dress and also a white bow tie. Her entire arms are coated with ink-black colors to resemble sleeve-like gloves, but she does not have the white hand gloves like the original Alice, or they might be covered with black ink from the insides of the ink beings. The iris color of her right eye is bright yellow. The left side of her face looks rather repulsive and melted and exposes half of her human teeth, along with an empty left eye-socket.
Alice Angel is twisted, demented and manipulative, which is shown when she makes Henry do her bidding, risking his life in the process. She is also a very sadistic, depraved and murderous individual, as she has been killing other ink creatures for their insides in order to maintain her beautiful and perfect appearance. This was evident at the end of Chapter 3 when she tells Henry she seeks to have Boris' insides, claiming that he is the most perfect of all the Boris clones she has killed. She could quite possibly be the most depraved and evil character in the game with the highest body count.
Alice, unlike Bendy, seems to be fully aware of what she is doing. In Boris and the Dark Survival, she makes multiple tapes to lure Boris to his doom. After Boris escapes Alice chases him while taunting him the entire time. She even taunts Henry multiple times pretending like he could save Buddy Boris when he was too late. This shows Alice to be a sadist something that Bendy is never shown to be.
Alice has also expressed her hatred towards Bendy, who also shows anger when Henry is sent by her to destroy his cutouts. She is also shown to be afraid of being touched by Ink Bendy and the other ink creatures, fearing that they will drag her back into the "dark puddles" where she was reborn in her current form. Alice has two voices: a deep one (that is implied to belong to the now insane Susie Campbell) and a soft, high one (that is implied to belong to the cartoon Alice Angel).
Boris and the Dark Survival
In this game, Boris finds and listens to tapes left by a Russian woman named Milla Legna, who wants someone to find her, so she can survive in the Cycle. When Boris finds the key and opens the door, however, it is revealed that Alice was in the room the entire time, and that Milla was nothing more than a lie to lure Boris to his death. Boris escapes, and Alice is after him, being faster than Ink Bendy and the Projectionist, and also taunting Boris while chasing him. After surviving the first encounter with her, she can sometimes replace Ink Bendy when Boris is lurking around the studio, finding everything he needs. The corpses of Boris's that she murdered are also seen in the game.
Alice was first seen in a poster that is placed in a room apart from the music department room. A tape recorder of her voice actress, Susie Campbell, can be found near which explains her experience with playing the character, commenting how she has felt a sort of connection with Alice.
When Henry visits Alice's room for the first time, he finds a lot of merchandise dedicated to Alice Angel. The lights suddenly turn off and the televisions start to play a song sung by Alice Angel (I'm Alice Angel). A spotlight reveals another room through the glass and when the song ends, Alice appears from under the window screaming "I'M ALICE ANGEL!" while banging on the window, breaking a hole from it before disappearing.
If the player chooses the Angel Path, Henry will find a tape recorder of Alice's former voice actress, Susie Campbell, in a mental breakdown condition after seeing Sammy Lawrence with Allison Pendle in the recording booth, a voice actress whom Joey Drew chose over Susie to voice Alice Angel. Susie with bitterness mentions she didn't get the memo regarding Allison voicing Alice from now on. She mentions a part of her died after finding out the notice and sought for a way to fix it.
After traveling with Boris to Level 9, Henry enters a room where he finds Alice electrocuting a copy of Piper/Charley from the Butcher Gang. Alice then notices Henry and taunts him if she should tear his heart out, as she praises her beautiful appearance. Alice then reveals her creation where she first started out as a "wiggling, pussing, shapeless slug" created from the overflow of ink until she presumably harvested the clones of Boris and members of the Butcher Gang which caused her to turn into an almost perfect human form. She comments on refusing to let Ink Bendy and any other ink being touch her again, believing it might take her back to the "dark puddles" where she was reborn. After a little conversation, she decides to spare Henry in exchange of doing her bidding.
Through the chapter, Alice's voice can be heard commenting about angels, heaven and perfection, at the same time she taunts Henry occasionally showing her apathy towards Henry's safety. Henry is forced to kill Swollen Searchers for their ink and chopping Bendy's cutouts (which may attract Ink Bendy, who can kill you if you don't hide in time). At some point when you return to Alice, a sudden wave of ink creatures try to kill Henry and Alice, and she demands you to defend her and her territory from them. The last task is collecting hearts from the Inky Abyss without getting caught by the Projectionist, whom Henry can get rid if he fights him.
Once all of her tasks are completed, Alice will allow Henry to go back onto the lift with Boris, but as they are ascending she begins to laugh maniacally. She will then plunge the elevator toward Level S, reveals her true knowledge of Henry's intentions, goes back on her promise, and accuses him of stealing from her. Twisted Alice then demands that he give Boris to her, as his insides are needed for her to be beautiful again. After the elevator crashes, Alice will sneak up on Boris, who is tending to Henry, and kidnap him by force, leaving Henry unconscious in the wreckage.
In the after credit image for the "Path of the Angel", Boris is tied up, with Alice's shadow behind, implying she will kill him as the other Boris clones.
Alice reappears at the end of the fourth chapter. An audio log in the chapter has Susie Campbell calling herself "Alice" foreshadowing how she was already going insane before she fused with the cartoon Alice Angel. Alice has kidnapped Boris and taunts Henry about Boris, pretending there is enough time to save Boris. When Henry takes the haunted house ride in search for Boris, it is revealed that Alice had already turned Boris into a monstrosity known as "Brute Boris" and has sent him to kill Henry. Henry managed to defeat it, much to Alice's rage as she tried to attack him herself. Suddenly, Alice is fatally stabbed from behind her by Allison Angel, another Alice Angel. The post-credits ending image of Chapter 4 show the Lost Ones surrounding the corpse of Alice.
- The fact that she has both a halo and a pair of horns may imply that she is a fallen angel.
- At the end of Chapter 3's reveal trailer, Alice's singing is heard.
- She is also heard humming it when she is approaching Boris at the end of Chapter 3.
- Alice is a reference to other classic hero's lovers, such as Minnie Mouse and Betty Boop.
- Her name could be derived from the main character in the first live action/animation hybrid show made by Disney; Alice Comedies.
- Alice's goal is partly similar to Sammy's in the second chapter since both desire to achieve a certain appearance. However, Sammy wanted to revert to his human form while Alice is trying to become her view of perfection.
- It was speculated from the end screen of Chapter 4 that Alice would be revived by the Lost Ones and battle Henry, however she did not show up in Chapter 5 which could also mean she got revived and decided not to chase Henry but the hideout of Lost Ones has words written “NO ANGELS” confirming that she was ended for good.
- Alice is the only villain who managed to kill one of protagonists (Boris) and so far the only one who almost managed to kill Henry, excluding Sammy or Bendy, who either got distracted by themselves or lost their attention.
Bendy and the Ink Machine