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Introduction Edit

Two Month Wait a three part cutscene, making it the 63rd, 64th, and 65th cutscene in Run 3. This is only if counting all of the previous optional and hidden cutscenes. This cutscene is the last cutscene that is currently published in Run 3.

This is a minor cutscene.

Plot Edit

Two Month Wait (Part 1) Edit

After beating Plan C, part 9, a cutscene involving the Child and the Duplicator appears. The Child complains "Two months?" to the Duplicator, replying with "So the Angel says". Then the Child said that 2 months is too long. with the Duplicator quietly saying it might've been 2 and a half. The Child then said "What?" then the Duplicator said "Nothing". He tells him to look on the bright side, to find a faster way to get home 2 months before the Angel does. The Child replied "How?" with the other replying "I don't know", then telling him he's counting on you to find a way.

Two Month Wait (Part 2) Edit

After beating Plan C, part 12, a cutscene involving the Child and the Angel appears. The Child catches up to the Angel, and saying "Are you gonna make us wait 2 months"? in which the Angel replied "Of course not!" The Child will then say "how soon?" and then he said two months. The Child says "But you said"... before getting interrupted with "I'm not making you wait. The Planet and Tunnels' different orbital speeds are what's making you wait." The Child then says "What?" with the Angel then saying "This isn't complicated. The Planet is about 100,000,000 kilometers away. It'll come back in 2 months. Don't blame me for that." and then the Child replies "Why do we have to wait"? The Angel facepalms.

Two Month Wait (Part 3) Edit

After beating Plan C, part 14, a cutscene starring the Child appears. He appears to spin while saying he's too bored. He then lies down for a few seconds and then he has an idea of building a spaceship. Then he comes back to Plan C, part 9 when he told the Angel he is building a spaceship in 2 months, but the Angel admonishes the Child, saying he isn't going to be successful. The Angel then says "It's worth a try. It'll be a good learning experience." The Child replies with "But I don't want a learning experience! I just want to go home!" The Angel ends the cutscene with the line "Too late. We're doing this."

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