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(Ep.2 SPOILERS!) Did anyone actually kill the St. John. Brothers?

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I know the majority of you didn't kill the St. John. Brothers, but I was wondering if anyone did? To be honest, I did. It thought it wouldn't matter if they were dead or not, they would still be walker bait. I wanted the brothers to have a taste of their own medicine. Who knows all the people they killed? Seeing all the blood in the slaughter room tells me they killed a lot of people.

The St. John. brothers planned on killing the group, and I just couldn't let such threats live on. I don't care the circumstances. The only regret I have for killing the St. John. Farmers is how it affected Clementine. I hate for Clementine to see me killing both brothers. I wonder how much it really affects her later on in the episodes. My Lee would do anything for the sake of the groups survival, and killing the Brothers assured the safety to the group that much more to me, even if they were very weak and trapped. Having them killed gave me a feelings that no one else can be affected by them again. So what are your guys take on this?

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  • im considering it.

    havent finished episode 2 yet, theres something not right about this farm, or this family.

    that crazy broad, in the woods, tried to warn me & andy (or danny, whatever) shot her in the face. gotta be for a good reason. guessing to keep her from talking?

    starting to think this whole episode stinks of "deliverence." except theres also zombies, further adding to the dilemma...& no mentally challenged kids around playin "dueling banjos."

    ...wonder if duck could keep a tune? ;)

  • Silent Lee! I love it. Classic "Silent Protoganist" introduced to the walking Dead gaming world.

  • @eblocksonian said: Silent Lee! I love it. Classic "Silent Protoganist" introduced to the walking Dead gaming world.

    Lee opens the barn door.

    Andy: Boy, didn't you hear the bell? Dinnertime.

    (Lee just shrugs and walks out silently).

    Andy: You know, you're a strange guy, Lee.

  • @Zeruis said: Lee opens the barn door.

    Andy: Boy, didn't you hear the bell? Dinnertime.

    (Lee just shrugs and walks out silently).

    Andy: You know, you're a strange guy, Lee.

    Lee: Immmatakeyoualldown.

    Andy: What was that?

    Lee: ...

    Heh.

  • Nope. Left 'em for the walkers.

    What goes around, comes around.

  • I killed the brothers the first time.After what they did to mark,and the rest of the group.I used the cattle prod before the pitch fork.Chef Ramsey would of been proud.

  • @CapnJay said: Does it really count as killing her when she walks into the mouth of a walker?

    I think undead Mark needs a new term... I vote crawler.

    Man had no legs!

  • I killed them both. Don't you just hate it when your food fights back! Clem and Lee are not on the menu.

  • Killed Danny.He just deserved it.After all the fight with Andy,I wanted to kill him with the gun at first,but still...I felt sorry for him seeing him yell at Lee that way.The guy was just...broken,and seeing Brenda coming out of the house,I though it would be more painful for him.Anyways,the walkers were coming in,so I just wanted for Lee n' and the rest to get out of there. :)

  • @Atarius said: It's choices like this in games that I would love to see more of but that also disappoint me.

    I feel any option should be a negative one in this case. However sparing Andy and Dan makes you seem more heroic in the eyes of Clem. Why exactly does that happen when you've killed their mother, left one in a bear trap and the other beaten, bloodied and demoralized as walkers take over the entire property?

    You've sentenced them to death or at the very least destroyed everything they once had in one fell swoop which in its' own right would likely bring about their premature deaths. It might have been necessary but hardly what I would consider heroic. Perhaps I'm putting to much Goku in my Lee or something.

    Because you didnt skewer alive one before her eyes and beat the life out of the other one before someone has to drag you away like a barbarian?
    I didnt kill anyone and at the very least I gave them a *chance* which is much less than they had planned for my group. If Clem wasnt there and if the game allowed it, I'd have done some inhumane things to all 3 of them. But she was, and since the fence no longer worked- it's almost a given the 2 brothers will be dead within a few minutes of you leaving the farm. The threat is gone- anything more than that would appear savage (not to me, but maybe to Clem)

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