Petscop 7 was uploaded on April 29, 2017 with a video length of 9:52.
The video begins with Paul in the Quitters Room. When Paul pauses in a corner of the room, music begins playing and the Quitter is gone. After the music stops the Quitter returns. When Paul reads the note there is a message from pink tool telling him to come.
Paul goes to the Child Library to deposit a pet, but learns that only people can be accepted.
Paul enters Mike's face without eyebrows in the Child Library. The room is yellow with roads, stars, gift boxes, and something Paul can't place. On the table is a blue car and a Rubik's cube.
Paul then enters Care's face with Mike's eyebrows. The room is purple with cogs, a flower-like symbol, and some other x symbol. On the table are letter blocks (C,R, and E) and a censored object. Paul seems focused on the unknown object but can't discern whether it is abnormal or not.
The video ends with a message to the viewer that there will be other specific objects they expect to censor in the future.
Stravinsky’s Septet in the Quitter’s room Edit
The video begins with Paul in the Quitter's Room, where the Quitter is mirroring him perfectly. Paul goes to the top right of the room and pauses while there is shuffling heard (presumably he is flipping through notes).
At 0:45, music (specifically Stravinsky’s Septet, 2nd Movement) can be heard coming from the left and Paul goes to investigate, finding that the Quitter is no longer there. The music stops at 1:32 and the Quitter returns to follow Paul's movements.
Pink Tool Edit
Paul reads the note on the wall and there is a new message written in Pink Tool's font, "COME HERE" with a zigzag line above it. Paul goes to Tool, who is now pink, and there is already a message waiting for him:
I LOVE YOU
SHOW MARVIN WHERE
HIS HOUSE ISConnecting the dots, Paul figures out that the person from Petscop 6 who asks where his house is must be Marvin. Wanting to catch pink tool before it turns back, Paul asks, "Who are you?" Like the previous times, pink tool ignores him:
AND HE'LL FOLLOW YOU
HIS DAUGHTER IS
THEREPaul pointedly remarks that that doesn't answer his question, perhaps still thinking on his remark at the end of Petscop 6 that the game is trying to trick him into thinking there is an entity inside it. By his logic, the game would need to have a "back and forth" to prove there is an entity, which pink tool isn't providing him. Paul then asks, "Remember being born?" Pink tool again ignores him and continues their train of thought:
ALSO WANTS 1000
PIECES FOR "MACHINE
The Child Library Accepts People Edit
Paul then goes to the Child Library to deposit a pet, but learns that the "Child Library accepts people". Looking at the list of pets, Paul deduces that the three silhouettes on the second page are people. Checking to see if you need to be by the slot to deposit pets, Paul flips through Pen's description for the first time:
Pen is an aspiring mathematician.
She's entirely deaf. She doesn't even know what sound is, let alone music.
I don't know what she's doing here.This description is odd considering to catch Pen you use a keyboard. But the keyboard is connected to the treadmill which has numbers that Pen can read.
The Child Library and Censorship Edit
There is a jump cut and Paul enters in Mike's face without eyebrows in the Child Library. Paul notes the room's pattern has "a gift box, stars, and something else" (the something else vaguely looks like a playstation controller). On the table is a blue car and a Rubik's cube. Paul notes that eyebrows seem to be important, but thinks the room is normal.
Paul then enters in Care's face with Mike's eyebrows. The room's pattern contains cogs, a flower-like symbol, and some other x symbol. On the table are letter blocks (C,R, and E) and the item on the right is censored. This is the first time something has been censored. Paul seems focused on the censored object but can't discern whether it is abnormal or not.The video ends with a message to the viewers:
We've had to cover something with a black box.
Right now we can't say why.
Some other things we're expecting to "censor"
in the future:
• "A big present with a sticker on it"
• "Something written on the wall, in a black house"
• "Written on a chalkboard"
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