The students are about to attend an event at Braelawn Academy that will be unlike any other before it. There is only one stipulation for entering this launching ritual: you must have won a prize from MONKHOUSE DYNAMICS! The winning essayist gets not just admission into the school but also comes with special privileges including being able-bodied enough to skip ahead two grades, which means they’ll graduate sooner than most people do because there’s no need to go through all those boring classes when we can get our education done properly right here in crunch time the USA
The students are excited to be on their way until the bus they’re riding turns out not only have seats for everyone but also an engine that runs smoothly and efficiently. As it turns out though this particular vehicle doesn’t belong in such high demand–it’s a poorly maintained double-decker with scarce maintenance records that can barely keep up under its weight! The first stop of many will come at just about every turn; there might even be something worth seeing along each journey if you look hard enough: A abandoned church somewhere around here? Or maybe some ancient ruins by one edge
Nas is a science prodigy and virtually worships his idol, Monkhouse. He often talks about how much he looks up to the older man in every way—especially as an inventor who has created many incredible devices with artificial intelligence capabilities or otherwise that have helped humanity grow so much over time! One day while exploring one of their facilities by accident (he got separated from everyone else), Nas meets another creature like himself: an escapee called “The Orb.” After realizing what they were both trying to indulge your curiosity towards each other but refused at first due to fear; together these two embarked upon exciting adventures around town until finally returning home again where we pick
Mr. Short then unleashes his squad of genie orbs, which begin targeting everyone in the audience with an energy beam. But before he can make them disappear for good and save Tom from this nightmare life-threatening event forevermore; a voice rings out throughout all quarters: “Go ahead! Live your dreams!” It’s as if someone has just permitted him – or rather reminded–that every person deserves happiness despite their circumstances! And so without another thought about what may happen next (and since there isn’t any other choice anyway), our Protagonist takes hold of hope once more while simultaneously releasing whatever negative feelings were holding
The survivors start to think that whoever gets zapped with the energy beam is vaporized. They conclude that Danny has suffered a similar fate after finding his electrical vehicle on side of the road and reaching their homes, only to find out his parents are gone off toward school for the evacuation-only problem being that it was all part of some intricate plan by Monkhouse! When the group arrives at Braelawn he uses genie orbs against them too soon before anyone could stop him (no surprise there).
The friends are reunited with their childhood friend, Tom. He had been away for a while and was finally able to come back after learning that there were others like him in this world-the genie orbs! The group eventually decides it’s time they go find out what has happened at Wallgate; where his father seemingly left them a voicemail before disappearing into thin air years ago believing other adults would be present as well but alas when arriving none could be found except one old man who claimed not knowing anything
The group ends up in what turns out to be Monkhouse’s mansion. They find him inside a stasis pod and learn the truth about his megalomaniac plans for world domination, but they are too late – he has already set everything into motion without them! After an emotional goodbye with only one member left alive as Danny disappears once again onto some unknown journey outside these walls (and hopefully not alone), episode 9 opens on our new antagonist: Lucy…
The Last Bus Ending
The Harvest was an overwhelming success. In the season 1 finale, Monkhouse reveals to Tom and his friends that their parents were teleported away by these energy beams; however, they will be safe because each pod houses 100 million people worldwide who are all in stasis until their fossil fuels run out or something else causes them harm (at least one hundred years from now).
When the captured Monkhouse tries to turn Borb against Nas and his friends, it doesn’t work. The weapon is finally turned on its creator after being reactivated by one of the clock tower’s guardians
Murderer? Yes! But he did not genocidally murder billions like some people might think though…
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