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How do you think the story would of been altered if you would have been able to go with Lilly?

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  • We're not sure what game Lilly does after the events of episode three now that it's confirmed that she isn't Lilly Caul, so I'm not exactly sure what would happen to her, Lee, and Clementine. As for Kenny and co., they'd all be dead. It's canon that Duck would have slaughtered the entire group without Lee's interference.

    Only an ass would actually go with Lilly though.

  • @CarScar said: We're not sure what game Lilly does after the events of episode three now that it's confirmed that she isn't Lilly Caul, so I'm not exactly sure what would happen to her, Lee, and Clementine. As for Kenny and co., they'd all be dead. It's canon that Duck would have slaughtered the entire group without Lee's interference.

    Only an ass would actually go with Lilly though.



    Guess that makes me one

  • I believe that Doug/Carley's death scene was named "Woodbury Bound" before the whole Road to Woodbury novel. This originally referred to Lilly going on her way to Woodbury.

    Putting the novel aside, as well as Kirkman's depictions of Lilly, If Lee was actually able to take Clem with Lilly, my guess is that he would end up in Woodbury.

  • Clem probably wouldn't know the fate of her parents, Lee would not get bit, the stranger could be a problem since you would have only 2 people to look after Clem (or maybe not if you didn't take the food), would probably be a more stable group since Kenny more or less killed us all with his boat fantasy.

  • They would most probably lead a happy normal life in Woodbury for at least a year.
    The stranger wouldn't be a problem because Woodbury was in opposite direction (if I'm not mistaken) and the walkie-talkie wouldn't have such a huge range. As for Kenny, he was doomed from the beginning.

  • @YamiRaziel said: They would most probably lead a happy normal life in Woodbury for at least a year.
    The stranger wouldn't be a problem because Woodbury was in opposite direction (if I'm not mistaken) and the walkie-talkie wouldn't have such a huge range. As for Kenny, he was doomed from the beginning.


    Kind of thought the same thing as you!

  • It would've been cool to see how the story would be altered if you ended up with Lilly and Clem in Woodbury, as for the others Kenny and co. would have died on the train (not stopping the train duck ends up turning and eats everyone, or just Kenny and Chuck would be alive but not for long)

  • I think in a different thread someone wrote, that Kenny said the RV's radiator was broke. So... probably... they'd have to walk a lot after a while, and we know that being in the woods, or on the road is not exactly a good idea in the walking dead, as it is too dangerous without a vehicle.

  • I don't think Kenny would've died on the train, because he's far to dumb to figure out how to start it by himself. They would've died somewhere around the train... probably, who knows...

  • "Radiator's fuckin' hosed in that thing, she won't make it 30 miles." -Kenny

    It really depends on where we go. We could be driving to a safe haven where everything is all fine and dandy, or the RV breaks down in front a walker horde. I think the chance for survival would be completely up in the air without knowing where we're going and what awaits us there.

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