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Bell tower with Vernon ep.4

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What did Vernon mean by did you all come in by the train and when lee asks Vernon says "its nothing never mind" or something along those lines correct me if im wrong

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  • He was referring to the train they used to go to Savannah. The train was causing a lot of noise which attracted pretty much every walker that was nearby it. Thus, walkers started to follow it and well, you can see the results at the very end of episode 4.

  • My guess would be that Vernon saw the horde of biters that the group escaped at the end of episode 3 making its way to Savannah.

  • He probably saw the horde approaching Savannah, and somehow decided not to tell us... I hope he burns in hell...

  • @ZeroShoot said: He probably saw the horde approaching Savannah, and somehow decided not to tell us... I hope he burns in hell...

    I think he was worried that we would try to leave as soon as possible if the group knew that there were that many walkers coming. He said that helping each other in Crawford was what made us better than them, but the boat was always his ulterior motive.

  • @ZeroShoot said: He probably saw the horde approaching Savannah, and somehow decided not to tell us... I hope he burns in hell...

    Ahhh clueless me I thought that's what it was just wasn't foe sure

  • I honestly though that chuck was his brother or something, and he just wanted to check if he was still there. Poor chuck :(

  • I don't think he saw the herd, I think he assumed it would happen because of the train. No one else sees any zombies in the distance and you think someone else would, and I think they would have gotten into Savannah way before Lee went back to Vernon's morgue in the hospital and talked to the Stranger.

  • He has survived for three months, I think he knew sound attracts walkers.

  • @Bioshock Infinite WD said: He has survived for three months, I think he knew sound attracts walkers.

    Of course, but even Lee's group seems confused initially as to why there are so many of them, before they piece together that the train brought them there. They don't expect the walkers to follow in the direction of a sound that's not there anymore for hours, which they do. I think most survivors would not know this unless they experienced it firsthand.

    I still think Vernon figured out the train brought them, though. He had a decent amount of time to look at it while we were climbing the tower, but not the decency to warn us.

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