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Larry's Fate: Ironic?

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In Ep 1, when Larry thought Duck was bitten, didnt he suggest bashing Duck's head in? Do you think that thought crossed Kenny's mind when he picked up that salt lick?

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  • @KCohere said: In Ep 1, when Larry thought Duck was bitten, didnt he suggest bashing Duck's head in? Do you think that thought crossed Kenny's mind when he picked up that salt lick?



    That conversation Mark had with Lee was funny when they were out hunting together. Mark was talking to Lee about how big Larry is, that he's a piledriver, and he would not want to be stuck with him in a locked room since he seems to have it in for Lee. Lots of foreshadowing.

  • @Kiel555 said: That conversation Mark had with Lee was funny when they were out hunting together. Mark was talking to Lee about how big Larry is, that he's a piledriver, and he would not want to be stuck with him in a locked room since he seems to have it in for Lee. Lots of foreshadowing.



    Yeah, I noticed that too. Cleverly done, I thought.

  • @Lars80 said: Kenny will sacrifice Lee and Clementine and the game goes on with us controlling Kenny.


    NOOOOOO! :eek: :(

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    Larry/Lilly/Shane logic only seems to work when it's not them. It's a complete one-way street. When it's them in trouble, the rules are different.

  • @BSM said: Larry/Lilly/Shane logic only seems to work when it's not them. It's a complete one-way street. When it's them in trouble, the rules are different.


    True, you will actually see this in your everyday life a lot as well. Just that the consequences usually aren't as bad...

  • Slightly off topic but did anyone else notice that when you try to save Larry he actually starts breathing right before Kenny drops the block on his head? If your fast enough you can pump his chest 3 times, on the third his mouth moves slightly as if inhaling.

    Anyone believe Larry could have been resuscitated? It takes a couple minutes for someone to turn after death so he wouldn't have immediately become a zombie and killed them.

  • @BSM said: Larry/Lilly/Shane logic only seems to work when it's not them. It's a complete one-way street. When it's them in trouble, the rules are different.



    I would add Kenny to that list. As long as you agree with him completely, he's your best friend. If you cross him for an instance, he'll hang you out to dry like he did my Lee when Danny almost killed him. Still, I want to try and see if I can get my Lee and Clementine on that boat of his so I might still have to brown nose him.


    Slightly off topic but did anyone else notice that when you try to save Larry he actually starts breathing right before Kenny drops the block on his head? If your fast enough you can pump his chest 3 times, on the third his mouth moves slightly as if inhaling.

    Anyone believe Larry could have been resuscitated? It takes a couple minutes for someone to turn after death so he wouldn't have immediately become a zombie and killed them.

    I didnt notice it in my own playthroughs but I saw it watching someone elses. I guess its meant to be ambiguous so you never fully know if Kenny and/or Lee did the right thing.

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    @KCohere said: In Ep 1, when Larry thought Duck was bitten, didnt he suggest bashing Duck's head in? Do you think that thought crossed Kenny's mind when he picked up that salt lick?


    The thought definitely went through his head. In my playthrough, when Lee was hesitating about helping Kenny kill Larry, Kenny said "you didn't hesitate when you thought Duck was bitten".

  • @Lars80 said: Kenny will sacrifice Lee and Clementine and the game goes on with us controlling Kenny.



    If that be the truth the only reason I will keep on playing is to steer Kenny towards his horrifying, gruesome death.

  • Kenny being the real protagonist would be a hell of a twist

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