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Thing's I don't understand

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A: So that guy who's stuff you stole, food and water. Somhow managed to nearly die without it. Then a fit of heated revenge managed to track you down

B: when you cut off the arm. Nothing really changes. The only slight change is you almost faint in the ladder.

C: Why doesn't it matter who you bring with you. Depending on who you bring. You should have an option to leave there and jump in the boat. Having Kenny and Ben die or run away leaves lack of a choice

D: Why can't we change outcome when we get bite. We die either way either shooting us or turning into a walker. What's the whole point to the end

Ending: I feel like they seriously ran out of gas. I was mind blow about 1st one was good, 2nd was was amazing. I think they slowed down around 3rd and made it through 5th and just was burned out.


My Play Through:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LF9PQFXME0o&feature=g-upl

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  • Yhea and if I choose Kenny, gave Clem an energy bar, high fived Duck, and pushed Omid off the bridge, I should find a box of Zombrex in the hospital.

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    @Plan_R said: Yhea and if I choose Kenny, gave Clem an energy bar, high fived Duck, and pushed Omid off the bridge, I should find a box of Zombrex in the hospital.

    It should work like this. You bring Kenndy and Omid then you have a 85 chance making it out with everyone alive. You run through this mob of zombies and some people might be eaten or might make it out alive.

    It should have something that matters, thats what drew me into the game

  • Why did Molly decide not to come with at the end?

    Why did Vernon leave without Clementine?

  • A city full of walkers? Duh :p

  • What you don't understand:
    A: Yes, that guy nearly died without supplies. But he survived, just like you did without supplies. And he even mentions his car out front. How could he possibly track you with a radio and a car?

    B: Of course cutting off the arm changes nothing. If you faint because of the bite, then try to remedy it, you're just fooling yourself.

    C: It doesn't matter who comes with you. All that changes is the characters you've basically voted to keep with you through your interactions because you want to see their arcs to the end. Of course they don't change the inevitable fate you're dealt. Instead you get to see Kenny and Ben rise up, Omid and Krista as dependable parents, and feel like you're leaving the world better for Clem.

    D: "What's the whole point to the end" - Read a plot faq.

    Ending: I feel like they seriously ran out of gas. I was mind blow about 1st one was good, 2nd was was amazing. I think they slowed down around 3rd and made it through 5th and just was burned out.

    Your experience is a perfect metaphor for the morale of the survivors. "I can do this" "Man, what am I even alive for" "God damn, just let me die."

    @PlanR You said it best.

  • The car had no fuel when Lee found it, how could he find enough fuel, while surviving alone with no food or water?

  • @FistoTheSexbot said: The car had no fuel when Lee found it, how could he find enough fuel, while surviving alone with no food or water?

    he obviously got it from gas station or unused cars

  • @KingOfTheDead said: he obviously got it from gas station or unused cars

    The St. Johns searched alot for fuel since they had that generator, I think the first place they'd look would be a near by gas station

  • @FistoTheSexbot said: The St. Johns searched alot for fuel since they had that generator, I think the first place they'd look would be a near by gas station

    This guy obviously found some.

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