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Shooting the Girl in the street

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Okay so when Lee and Kenny are out hunting for supplies and the girl comes out screaming, and you have the choice to either shoot or not shoot, what did you decide and how does it effect the story?

I chose to leave her as a distraction, I thought the zombies might come after me.

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  • @Xarne said: ZA wave 1 casualty

    ROFL.

    Indeed.

  • @Cyreen said: And sometimes I'm of the same opinion as Lilly and sometimes Kenny and when possible, I tell them both to grow up. I suspect that's how a lot of people play.

    Exactly, its hard for me to take a side because since reading all the threads, I can appreciate both of them equally. Lily's bad attitude rubs alot of people the wrong way, jading their view of her (even though I think she is the better of the two) but, she doesnt have a spouse and child to look after and that is why I can respect Kenny's stance just as much as Lily's. If people werent so put off with her mouth, I think they would see that to Lily, the group is her family.
    Not in a Hallmark moment kind of way, but in that she is looking out for them all equally.

  • Let's not go turning this thread into yet ANOTHER Lilly V Kenny thread. I've seen enough of those to make my hair go gray.

  • Every topic eventually goes Off-Topic XD

  • @Rock114 said: Let's not go turning this thread into yet ANOTHER Lilly V Kenny thread. I've seen enough of those to make my hair go gray.

    Agreed.

    It's possible to rationalize any decision you make in this game and because they are all questionable (i.e. killing, stealing), everyone defends their decisions in order to feel justified in making them.

    It will be interesting to see how Telltale makes these decisions count.

  • @zapphoman said: I shot her. What's the point of living if you have no humanity? Might as well be the walkers.

    What does living have to do with having no humanity? Take the shot and you attract walkers which could have easily surrounded the building and killed you both. That lady was dead already. We had people (including Clem) to get back to.

  • Not only from the moral implications (leave her to die painfully or mercifully spare her the pain), I think it adds a lot more tension to the looting part because it forces you to act fast. That way you can really push yourself to see how much you can gather on a time limit.

  • I left her to be eaten.

    I had to get supplies for the group, and she was going to die anyway. No point in risking me and Kenny's lives just to put a random girl out of her misery, especially since she would die anyway seconds later.

  • done both now and funny how kenny totally blames lee both times..

  • @Love88 said: Okay so when Lee and Kenny are out hunting for supplies and the girl comes out screaming, and you have the choice to either shoot or not shoot, what did you decide and how does it effect the story?

    I chose to leave her as a distraction, I thought the zombies might come after me.

    I chose to shoot her and then Kenny started berating me so I wondered if I made a mistake. I just didnt want to use this poor woman as bait.

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