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Did you let Lilly back on the RV?

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It's so disappointing. I couldn't bear to kill her Father. When she needed Lee the most in her most desperate moment. He was there putting boot to Kenndy's Butt.

Now Kenndy act's like I'm his worst foe. Treating me completely different. We have an argument in the espoide 3. She shoots Doug in the head and I still have enough compassion to let her back on the RV.

Then she tells Kenndy about my past. I guess that's what I get for bringing doug. I didn't have the option to tell them about my past. But Lilly why would she do this?

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  • @fusedmass said: It's so disappointing. I couldn't bear to kill her Father. When she needed Lee the most in her most desperate moment. He was there putting boot to Kenndy's Butt.

    Now Kenndy act's like I'm his worst foe. Treating me completely different. We have an argument in the espoide 3. She shoots Doug in the head and I still have enough compassion to let her back on the RV.

    Then she tells Kenndy about my past. I guess that's what I get for bringing doug. I didn't have the option to tell them about my past. But Lilly why would she do this?

    I bashed Larry's head in so Kenny is my buddy. Lilly shot Doug in the head and I couldn't forgive her. It made her a huge liability so I happily left her behind. Lilly then told people about my past, duck had been bitten though so no one cared too much. Lilly was going a bit nuts by this point so I'm not surprised she tells everyone.

  • On my first playthrough not on others, and Kenndy lol

  • Nope. I left her in my first playthrough after she shot Carley.

  • I left her. I felt it was kind of my fault since I helped Kenny off her dad, but that probably made me, and possibly Clem, a target. If she shot Carley for simply talking back, what would happen to the two men who helped kill her father? And their families?

  • Good point Rock for your play-through...in mine I tried to save her dad when Kenny bashed his brains in all over my clothes, without so much as a warning to move away from the splatter.

    I kept Lilly with us because I didn't want to just kill her like she killed Carly, although she warranted it, but I wanted to afford her the opportunity of a group decision similar to a jury when we were sure we were out of danger. IF the group voted her to be executed or be admonished from the group later, I would have went with it as I would have voted for her execution for cold-blooded murder.

    I guess I try and hang onto humanity when able to and try and not become a beast.

  • I brought Lilly for the same reason. She was part of the group, and deserved a proper discussion and vote instead of being ditched on the side of the road.

    Interesting that people would not kill St Johns, who were murdering cannibals, but would abandon Lilly to die because she went crazy and murdered someone. Apparently the St Johns deserve mercy because they premeditate, whereas Lilly deserves to die because she doesn't. Ben also deserves to die because he gets people killed without meaning to.

    So ... if you are a murderer, players spare you. If you make mistakes, players kill you.

    In TWD, players consider mistakes worse than murder.

  • @IndigoHawk said: I brought Lilly for the same reason. She was part of the group, and deserved a proper discussion and vote instead of being ditched on the side of the road.

    Interesting that people would not kill St Johns, who were murdering cannibals, but would abandon Lilly to die because she went crazy and murdered someone. Apparently the St Johns deserve mercy because they premeditate, whereas Lilly deserves to die because she doesn't. Ben also deserves to die because he gets people killed without meaning to.

    So ... if you are a murderer, players spare you. If you make mistakes, players kill you.

    In TWD, players consider mistakes worse than murder.

    That's a bit of a huge, and completely wrong, assumption. Each situation has totally different circumstances which have to be taken in to consideration, you can't just compare them like that.

    I only killed Danny, I dropped Ben and I left Lilly, and here's the ACTUAL reasons why. Lilly didn't make a mistake, she murdered a member of the group in cold blood on the assumption she was right. She didn't give Ben a fair vote before trying to shoot him, so why should we give her one. Who's to say who else she would have quickly shot if she thought they were in the wrong. She became a threat to the group and that's why I left her. The st johns brother and Ben were in completely different scenarios. I didn't need to kill the second st johns brother, he had nothing left and we were leaving him behind, he was no longer a threat to us, even though he was a psychopath. I feel guilty for dropping Ben, but I shot the walker that attacked him and grabbed him as he fell, he made no effort to climb up and was begging me to leave him. I put the safety of the group first again as I thought walkers may attack them in the time It took to pull Ben up, not to mention the fact he was a huge liability to begin with.

    You write your comment like everyone that chose different options to you is in the wrong and should feel ashamed.

  • Left her behind to rot. I try to save her dad and be nice to her and, as a reward, she kills Carley!

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    @IndigoHawk said: I brought Lilly for the same reason. She was part of the group, and deserved a proper discussion and vote instead of being ditched on the side of the road.

    Interesting that people would not kill St Johns, who were murdering cannibals, but would abandon Lilly to die because she went crazy and murdered someone. Apparently the St Johns deserve mercy because they premeditate, whereas Lilly deserves to die because she doesn't. Ben also deserves to die because he gets people killed without meaning to.

    So ... if you are a murderer, players spare you. If you make mistakes, players kill you.

    In TWD, players consider mistakes worse than murder.

    Something interesting here.

    If you bring Carely. It looks like a pure accident she shot her. A slight move of the trigger.

    If you bring Doug. Then you can see her holding the gun up aiming it and Doug jumps in front of Ben and gets shot in side of head. She meant to kill Ben.

    Interestingly enough she was right about Ben having something to do with the supply's. He almost comes close to admitting it. Right before they run over the walker in the road.

  • HELL NO!
    i wouldn't let that BIACH ON THE RV!

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