They are nothing more than a white human skeleton in the show's cartoon style, and whenever the skeleton moves they make noises that are similar to the sound of bones shaking. Their torso is only visible from throughout the cartoon.
Unrealisticly, the skeleton's eye-sockets can move, this is shown when they wink at Bendy after their first meeting.
Although very little is known about their personality, though it appears that the skeleton is playfully bothering Bendy for some reason.
From the very beginning of the "Tombstone Picnic" cartoon, the skeleton's hand slowly rises from the soil and quickly grabs Bendy's ankle, causing him to fall down and throw his picnic basket. A few seconds later during Bendy's struggle of letting himself go, the skeleton pops out from the ground. Letting go of Bendy's ankle afterwards, the skeleton winks at Bendy before going back to their "grave" by pulling the ground over itself like a blanket.
After Bendy runs away from Boris, he hides behind a gravestone from the cemetery. He peeks out to look out for Boris, before the skeleton "helps" him. Both were shocked looking at each other, then Bendy runs away from them.
All "Tombstone Picnic" clips where the skeleton appears still exists around the maze of the inky abyss.
- The skeleton seems to be heavily based on the skeleton characters from the 1929 Silly Symphony short "The Skeleton Dance".
- So far, this is the only character to not have appeared in the actual game aside the cartoon. This is likely because they are not part of the Bendy and the Ink Machine series.
- Though unlike other cartoon characters, the skeleton's eyes are not pie-shaped, likely because they have eye-sockets lacking actual eyes.
|Allison Pendle • Grant Cohen • Henry • Joey Drew • Linda • Norman Polk • Sammy Lawrence • Shawn Flynn • Susie Campbell • Thomas Connor • Wally Franks|
|Alice Angel • Bendy • Boris the Wolf (Clone) • Butcher Gang • Skeleton|
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