The GloboTech Industries acquiring the Heartland toy company, CEO Gil Mars tells remaining toy designers Larry Benson and Irwin Wayfair to develop actual live-action toys capable of "playing back".
Christy, Alan's neighbour and love interest, gets Chip to her brother. Chip rebels and imprisons him. He then leads the Commandos to make thousands of Gwendy Dolls to have sentience like him and the Commandos. He and the Commandos create and arm hundreds of the Dolls and, in a pretty bizarre sequence, they strip the Dolls naked. It is possible from the actions of the Dolls and the Commandos that the Dolls are reinforcements. This is further implied when Chip assaults Christy's boyfriend when he kills one of the Dolls.
The Gwendy Dolls attack Christy and hold her hostage. Alan comes in after seeing her hostage video. He gets Christy out of her bonds and she furiously smashes most of the Gwendy Dolls to bits with a baton, and saying she hated them anyway.
Later on, during the final battle, a large force of heavily armed dolls approaches Alan laughing manically, but they are scythed by Christie's lawnmower.
Equipment and M.O.Edit
The Gwendy Dolls effectively fight naked, but for a thin layer of camouflage paint covering their plastic bodies. It is worth noting that all the dolls had their original gwendy clothes removed by the Commando Elite prior to deployment.
They are extremely proficient in capturing hostages and securing them employing ropes, gags, sockets and lassos. Christie is subdued by them in a matter of seconds, and so is Alan. They are also adept at torture, interrogation and inflicting pain. Their transformation left them deranged and deviated, and they wage war on Gorgonites whilst laughing a demented laughter and constantly uttering lewd and heavily allusive remarks.
They employ a vast array of weaponry, ranging from scissors to knives to nails, and particularly enjoy tormenting a victim once he or she has been cast down and tied up.