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What's your Lee like?

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[*]I told "Vernon" that I was going to kill him because after the bite it seems silly to play things safe.
[*]I was going to let "Vernon" take Clementine, because the boat is a pipe dream.
[*]I let Ben die because he kept getting the group into trouble, and I didn't think I'd have enough time to lift him up and escape.
[*]I told Clementine the truth about wanting to look for her parents, but I wish I was able to tell her that her parents were dead and it would be pointless to search, I wish I had that option instead of the time cop-out.
[*]I left Lilly to die in the woods, and I told Ben to keep his mouth shut. At the time I completely understood what he did, and why he did it. For the reasons listed above, I could no longer allow Ben into the group.
[*]I saved Omid because he had the injured leg, and I was sure the woman would be able to catch up or grab onto the back of the train.
[*]I fought Kenny because I was tired of him acting like a prissy punk, and I told him to F off at the end of episode 4. He didn't back me up at the barn, in act 1, or the newspaper when the girl knocked me out.
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Thinking about the possibilities, I wish I stuck with Kenny on every issue. He's a coward and a little prissy, but he would have saved me if he felt I was loyal to him. Also, I don't think the voice on the radio is Vernon. The shadowy figure moved way too fast to be Vernon.

Should be a fun 5th episode, and I'm excited to play it all over again with Kenny as an ally.

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  • MY Lee started out as a pretty nice dude, but has kind of evolved into a more cold-hearted survivalist. Especially in Episode 4. I actually considered killing Molly for a second or two when the walker grabbed her, just because. When the swinging bell walker grabbed Ben, I actually aimed the shotgun at Ben's face before the walker's so I could kill him (because he said he'd kill himself in Episode 3, if one ever got hold of him) and let him drop when I had the choice. Not because I hated him, but I didn't think he could have been saved so I didn't even bother to try.

  • Lee accidentally made Clementine 'feel hurt' several times at the start of Episode 4. Lee won't forget that.

    Generally, my Lee is methodical - a thinker, although he mostly leans towards the side of good. He's also rather clumsy, given the fact that he is being controlled by a trackpad and therefore often completely misses punches/shoves/approaching zombies.

  • @BlindOptimism said: Lee accidentally made Clementine 'feel hurt' several times at the start of Episode 4. Lee won't forget that.

    Generally, my Lee is methodical - a thinker, although he mostly leans towards the side of good. He's also rather clumsy, given the fact that he is being controlled by a trackpad and therefore often completely misses punches/shoves/approaching zombies.



    Don't forget his tendency to fall flat on his face, regardless of player control.

  • Me Lee is very capable of good ole fisti cuffs, Honest does the right thing.

    When he pays you back it's either the best thing to ever happen to you, or the very worst. "Being eaten alive on a farm" for an example

    He did the right thing in the groups mind not going to their level, but what he did was actually alot worse and he knew it.

  • I wish I had more of Lee's backstory. I pretty much made him whoever I wanted, which is someone who is trying to prepare Clem to live in this new world for as long as possible with a sense of morality that's appropriate for how things have changed. He's not actually preparing her to survive by any means possible for as long as possible. It's a subtle difference, but one that will hopefully keep her human until she dies. She may not live as long, but it's the best life she can have.

    And since everyone dies in TWD, isn't it most worthwhile to live while retaining as much humanity as you can? Otherwise people are just animals and have nothing to live for.

  • My Lee's first priority is protect Clem.And be as reasonable as possible.But hecan't make everyone happy at the same time and can't save them all.He is very emotional.Always thinks what's best for Clementine and for his people.Sometimes he can't manage his anger but then feels sorry about it.

    In the final Ep.4 after he got bitten,there is only one thing for him to do anymore before he's gone.Save Clem and give her a best life he can give..

  • I played Lee as a confident and compassionate person whose priority is Clem but does his best to help out his group. He was the most level-headed in the drugstore group and played peacekeeper and showed empathy toward others even when he's being chewed out. He makes his decisions based on his ideals and virtures rather than what's pragmatic. Lee was very protective and caring of the drugstore group.

    After episode 3 Lee is more cynical, cold and distrustful of others. Clem is his main focus, and although he's still polite to others he's not willing to outwardly converse with them. He's still willing to save others because it's the right thing to do, but is not attached to them and given the opportunity will separate from them.

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