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The Fate of the St John Brothers

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The official stats show that most people didnt kill both brothers, but doesnt indicate who killed one brother or who killed neither. Personally I spared both. I might have killed Danny, but I read a spoiler in advance and knew Clem would be watching, so no way I wanted her to see that. Not killing Andy was both an act of mercy (he was so pathetic kneeling broken on the ground like that) and as a way of seeing a much more epic conclusion to that scene.

So what about the rest of you? Kill both? Killed one, if so which one? Or spared both like me?

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  • speaking of the comics has there been any "celebrities" in TWD i don't mean actual people like Brad Pitt i mean Fictional Celebrities with Entourages and such

  • after reading this discussion, i think this situation brings up things that reach our moral core, i would not like anybody to impose their moral code onto me if i disagreed, so i wouldn't want to impose my moral code on somebody who disagrees.

    so i would like to point out that my comments are my opinion and you are entitled to your own opinion, as you may guess i am against the death penalty, but i don't think people or a society who agrees with the death penalty are evil or necessarily wrong, i don't think there is only one right answer but i am against the death penalty.

    the brothers situation isn't the same as the death penalty, but they are in a similar area, so that influenced my decision to spare them.

  • back on topic..

    in my first/second ep2 runs i left both brothers;

    I felt danny injured/trapped and unarmed was no threat, the trap as proved by the teacher 'david' is heavy and any movement hurts plus blood loss/infection (they probably don't clean the traps) No doubt in my mind he is walker chow.

    andy;

    Beaten to a pulp, thinks his family is dead, tired, 'begs lee to kill him' in front of his group in the rain. quite frankly the most pathetic looking piece of human garbage to ever exist.. to kill him either way is just giving him a 'last request' people like that DO NOT DESERVE 'pitty' plus as i said somewhere before to have him eaten alive and be tainted is real appropriate justice. a bullet is the easy/cowards way out. especially if you get some one else to do it for you...

    wake up and smell the roses peeps the st johns own your souls...

  • I'm the kinda guy that starts a game over with 50+ hours because I made a bad choice along the way, and killing them both didn't bother me one bit. They are dangerous and needed to be put down.

  • you dont really need to justify your decision as long as you believe in it

  • @Asaghon said: I'm the kinda guy that starts a game over with 50+ hours because I made a bad choice along the way, and killing them both didn't bother me one bit. They are dangerous and needed to be put down.



    Finally another person who makes sense.

    I felt worse stealing food from the car, than i did killing Danny and then kicking Andy on to the fence killing him.

  • I killed em both (and anyone else I could) the second time around. I am a little disappointed that some of the choices in the game are so limited. I tried to go back downstairs and have a nice dinner before finding Mark but the game wouldn't allow that. I think they should have put that option in, you could have still tied it in with next segment fine. I think the writing team really missed a good Hannibal moment.

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