The plot about scientific experiments, as a result of which something goes wrong and something otherworldly penetrates into our world is one of the classic tricks of the horror genre. And not only horror, such tricks are regularly used in video games, just remember Doom or Half-Life.
Watching such scenes, at times, you begin to comment on the situation – well, how could you allow this? But where are you going, there is certain death? Run now, save your own skin! Why are only the characters doing all this, it’s so unrealistic, right?
Recently, a Minecraft player decided to do his own experiment. He built a chamber in which he planned to capture one of the game’s deadliest mobs, the Wither. Unfortunately, the gamer’s theory turned out to be wrong, this creepy mob broke out and began to attack.
But the situation took an almost cinematic turn when, instead of running aimlessly, the player hurried to break the glass to set off the alarm. Immediately, the light in the corridor switched to flickering, the sound signal began to work. The unfortunate scientist finally rushed to the rescue, but the monster was chasing him. Ahead was the observation window of the laboratory, and the scientist thought that he still had a chance! There is a laboratory assistant sitting inside, if everything is done quickly, then there is a chance. But the door didn’t open. The colleague hovered over the chest, as if immobilized.
Respawn The sounds of destruction stopped. Only the sound of the alarm is heard from the corridor, where the unfortunate scientist went. Lights flicker in the hallway, followed by the flick of switches… and then the Wither’s howl. From somewhere far away? No, he’s right here, around the corner. One hit and you’re dead again.
The scientist shouted for him to open the door. Counting on prudence, he rushed to the coveted exit. Closed. The walls are too dense to break and squeeze through. Where to now? There’s a gap in the floor, one of the Wither’s projectiles left a hole leading to a technical corridor under the floor. There. And urgently barricade…
At this point, the scene ended, although if desired, one could continue and get a short story about the experiment and its consequences.