- "Finally, everything is sorted out. More or less. I mean, I don't want to say we're going to live happily ever after or anything like that, but life is certainly going to get easier. "
Chapter 6, titled Endless Summer is the final chapter of Bully.
Plot[edit | edit source]
It is summertime, although classes remain in session. Jimmy has brought relative peace to the school, and has 100% respect with all six cliques. Since there are no further story-related missions, this chapter, as implied by the title, does not end.
Details[edit | edit source]
Chapter 6 is a free-roam chapter in which Jimmy can finish up any non-storyline missions he has yet to complete, collect items, win races, finish up classes, play games, or do any number of the things he hasn't already done. Since he has 100% respect from everyone, there is no fighting to worry about unless Jimmy chooses to initiate it.
Seventh chapter[edit | edit source]
Unused code indicates that the final chapter of Bully was originally numbered 7; Chapter 6 would have started with Go See The Principal. The original Chapter 6 was probably merged with Chapter V as it might have been too short to warrant its own chapter.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- For unknown reasons, Chapter 6 is the only chapter in the game where the chapter number displays as a standard Arabic numeral rather than a Roman numeral.
- The weather in Chapter 6 is permanently set to sunny (i. e. there are no cloudy or rainy days). However, completing the Lawn Mowing job enables weather changes again until the player reloads the game.
- The title of this chapter would later be the name of a trophy/achievement in Red Dead Redemption 2, another Rockstar video game. It is earned upon completing the single player campaign.