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Did Lilly kill Danny after Lee left the barn?

posted by ozzmann on - last edited - Viewed by 924 users

Just a speculation thread but I noticed that Lee stabbed him in the heart and then left. Do you think Lilly just left him because he was in the bear trap?

And on an semi-related note who all noticed the Brenda Walker crossing the yard?:D

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  • If she had sence, she would kill him. A bullet to the head to remind clem where to shoot to prevent them returning as zombies. Good life lesson.

  • but if lee leaves him alive it would make the choice a player makes moot imo.

  • @ozzmann said: Just a speculation thread but I noticed that Lee stabbed him in the heart and then left. Do you think Lilly just left him because he was in the bear trap?

    And on an semi-related note who all noticed the Brenda Walker crossing the yard?:D

    Hopefully Lilly bashed his skull in with the buttstock if the player(Lee) was to weak to do it.

  • Didn't hear a shot... so I guess... no.

  • I think if you chose not to kill the brothers they were both attacked and killed by the entourage of approaching zombies. We know bear trap Danny wasn't going to escape his rigged trap.

    Lilly and Kenny do nothing to the family imho if you choose to let them (kinda) live.

  • Danny's bear trap isn't chained down like Mr. Parkers was. Can someone do an experiment to simulate the weight and awkwardness of a bear trap around their foot and see if they can make it the twenty or thirty feet to the meat locker?

  • @CapnJay said: Danny's bear trap isn't chained down like Mr. Parkers was. Can someone do an experiment to simulate the weight and awkwardness of a bear trap around their foot and see if they can make it the twenty or thirty feet to the meat locker?

    IMO, I think Telltale Games specifically wanted him to get trapped in the bear trap, as some sort of poetic justice similar to how the band director got trapped in it at the beginning of the episode.

    But I think that the ultimate poetic justice was when Andy hit the electric fence that ultimately was supposed to protect them, and short-circuited it. :D

  • @ Izzy: That is actually a good point. Andy was probably the one who turned on the fence to trap Lee and Mark - so he got what he deserved in the end.

  • in the blooper reel Lee goes back to danny and andy and puts thirty rounds each into their heads to make sure they're dead cause Andy and danny take alot of abuse and survive.

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