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  • Alright, I can see where you are coming from and maybe from his point of view we shouldn't be trustworthy, but he nearly threw a child out to die with no proof of him being infected or not and it's human nature to not like threats. The fact he tried to kill us as the player character should give us enough justification to not like him.

  • You you are right there but maybe I mixed up liking him and thinking he's an ***hole. The two are totally different things in my opinion. And knowing what he knows, he's not being an ***hole but just looking out for the interest of the group that was already there, or at least his daughters, as someone else already pointed out. You could offcourse argue that he's being an ***hole to save the group but that would really be a matter of opinion.

  • Larry tried to kill Lee two wrongs don't make a right. also at this time when you need all the help you can get why try and kill someone that is fit and healthy and could be a big help to this group and has already proved this during his stay in the drugstore. I think larry see Lee as a threat to the groups leadership which Larry wants all be by proxy though Lily. Larry knows that he can't control Lee and that his own daughter is maybe keen on Lee so taking Lee out was his way of keeping control of the group and stopping Lily getting entangled with Lee. We know Lee is a convited murderer but we don't know all the details could be that it was self defence. could also be that he didn't kill anyone was just in the wrong place at the wrong time white man lays dead black man standing over him.
    Maybe Larry is scared still doesn't make it right to throw a child out to a pack of zombies {even if it is Duck}

  • I hope he catches you romping with his daughter and dies of a stroke...... to harsh? southern guy, catches his daughter with a black man.... I'm just sayin... it's a believable scenario

  • Does Larry try to kill you during the pharmacy escape even if you side with him instead of Kenny?

  • [quote=marumochi;615865]does larry try to kill you during the pharmacy escape even if you side with him instead of kenny?[/quote]

    yes....

  • the devs have said every choice matters regardless of how small you forgot to mention clem as if you don't save her from the toilet dweller she will remember lee didn't..

    of course some choices like shawn could seem unimporant when they die but there are 'witnesses' who are very much alive 'for now'

  • @Milosuperspesh said: the devs have said every choice matters regardless of how small you forgot to mention clem as if you don't save her from the toilet dweller she will remember lee didn't..

    of course some choices like shawn could seem unimporant when they die but there are 'witnesses' who are very much alive 'for now'

    You're right, but the various "saving Clem" choices doesn't seem like choices.

    The options are:
    1. Try to save Clem and have her like you.
    2. Don't try and have Clem dislike you.

    To me, "Choice" involves consequence. Without a drawback, how is it a choice.

    Like for me, every workday I have a choice to go to work and get paid. Use Paid Time Off and get paid. Or don't show up and risk getting fired. But not going to work means I can do what I want for the 10.5 hours I devote to work (hour commute each way and a half-hour lunch break). That is a real choice.

    But these "spend 10 seconds watching or help out" choices aren't choices. Choosing Carly or Doug is a choice as the other dies.

  • @JonathanEFearn said: You're right, but the various "saving Clem" choices doesn't seem like choices.

    The options are:
    1. Try to save Clem and have her like you.
    2. Don't try and have Clem dislike you.
    3. Fail to save her the second time you die (milo-edit)

    To me, "Choice" involves consequence. Without a drawback, how is it a choice.

    But these "spend 10 seconds watching or help out" choices aren't choices. Choosing Carly or Doug is a choice as the other dies.



    you have a wierd sense of logic.

    yes you can decide who lives/or dies but in the case of shawn regardless of your choice he dies anyway ( i know he had to because he dies in the comics and there fore is canon to them).

    but who knows the same situation may happen again one must die regardless of said choice and i would say larry is a good 2nd candidate for that. Larry is always going to be against lee regardless of your choice to side with him or kenny.

    so some choices may matter more than others but it's the first of 5 episodes i am expecting the whole good guy bad guy routes to have more obvious signs of causality the further we go in.

    but when you think of how the preview can change it is stupid to dismiss the smaller choices imo as the devs have said it's an opening episode to ease you into the game before all hell breaks loose. so for example drinking the water in clem's house may not seem like much straight away but could lead to something worse later on.

    i will reserve my judgement till we play more of the game..

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