"Go! Quick! I'll be back soon..." Those were the last words that Tom had heard from 049 before running away back into the endless hallways. Alone.
1 HOUR LATER
"Where do I go? It's just door after door hallway after hallway! 049 is gone and 9341 is gone. What am I going to do?" Tom paced around the room. He was surrounded by doors.
He didn't know where to go or what to do. "I'll just walk somewhere random," Tom said to himself. He walked up to the door that was right in front of him. He pressed the button to open the door.
The door didn't open. Tom tried again and again. It still didn't open. Tom then noticed a screen. The screen read, 'Level 5 key card required.
' "What?! Level five key card? Where am I supposed to find one of those!" Tom walked to the next door to see if that would work. He pressed the button to open the door. The door didn't open.
The same screen popped up but instead, it read, 'Level 3 key card required.' "Ugh! What am I supposed to do if all of the doors are locked!" Tom made his way towards the third door.
He pressed the button. The door was locked. The same level 5 key card message popped up on the screen. "Dangit!" Tom yelled. There was only one door left for Tom to open.
Tom reached the fourth door. "Work! Please!" Tom stretched his arm and reached towards the button. He clicked it and the door opened. Tom was so happy, "Finally a door that opened.
" Tom walked into the room. It was a small office. He looked around the room. His eyes locked onto a key card that was on the desk. It shinned in the dim light of the office.
"Yes!" Tom picked up the key card. He admired it. After all this time he finally got a key card. It had two orange stripes on it. There were small words that Tom could not read.
After looking at the key card Tom turned around and headed towards the level three-door. "Come on. Work!" Tom swiped the key card against the metal door. ERR! The door didn't open.
Tom turned the key card the other way. He swiped one more time. Nothing happened. Tom turned around in disappointment. He sat down to take a break.
"What do I do-" Before he could finish his sentence he heard the screech of the metal rubbing against the rusty door. In a surprise, Tom turned around.
He looked at what was inside the room before going inside it. There was a page of music that sat on a wooden pedestal. Tom gasped. He knew what that was.
He had to get out of there before he was forced to finish the piece. Tom tried to turn around and run. He couldn't. Tom couldn't move. His mind became empty and clear.
His body was being controlled. He walked towards the pedestal. Tom couldn't do anything, except for finishing the piece.