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chance of survival? I mean he has gotten bitten and there doesn't seem to be much hope for him. Is there anyway that Lee can somehow survive... It really makes me sad thinking about it, but I just want to believe he'll live.

I loved this episode, a lot more action packed than the last episodes and very interesting. Sucks that Chuck died, I was really starting to like him after he saved Clementine. This game got my heart beating like crazy, holy shit.

Good job Telltale.

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  • @swebonny said: If they managed to do a amputation in the comics then why not in the game. Remember, it's not the bite that kills you or turns you into a zombie. It's the infection caused by the bite and the virus that everyone's already got.

    Right now that bite doesn't even look that dangerous. And we also got Vernon!



    Vernon has dissapeared by the time Lee gets bitten and the last time they tried an amputation, even with Katjaa's veterinary experience, the guy died.

  • But that guy had his leg chopped off with an axe by Lee.

    Now we just have to find Vernon, we got all the medicine, they even mentioned antibiotics and morphine.

    Wishful thinking :P

  • I just want Lee to live... seriosully, he's probally one of the most attachable character in a video game.

  • @YuDeR said:
    TELLTALE IF YOU KILL LEE I WONT BUY SEASON 2 FUCK THIS SHIT!!



    Then TWD is not for you anyway.

    There can be no cure, this series is full despair and is about clinging to the little hope and humanity there is left, but in the end it's always despair that wins.

    Episode 5 is going to be all about Lee's last stand, a final attempt to save Clementine and probably finish himself off.

  • @cormoran said: Vernon has dissapeared by the time Lee gets bitten and the last time they tried an amputation, even with Katjaa's veterinary experience, the guy died.



    Of course, the teacher was also after he was stuck in a bear trap for a while. Plus, Lee's Axe was apparently pretty dull... :p

    Guys survived the loss of limbs prior to modern medicine and were even able to keep fighting with the handicap (the most notable examples being Marcus Sergius and Gotz of the Iron Hand).

    Of course, I kinda had a feeling Lee was gonna get bit the instant I saw that board, I was hoping for something a little more original than the death of the protagonist, especially since I thinking "Really? They're not going to let me look and make sure there isn't a zombie waiting behind that thing?".

  • I wouldn't want Clem to go through that, I'd say let Kenny do it since they've always had a rocky relationship so it wouldn't be as hard. If not him then I want Lee to do it himself after he saves Clem. Not in front of her though.

  • Amputation won't save Lee. To much time has passed from the moment he gets bitten to the end of episode 4

  • Episode 4 had a lot of twist situations, so I'll be surprised if Episode 5 will have one too. :D

  • It makes sense actually. How can happily ever after exist, when we know everyone turns to a zombie on death, bitten or not? A group of ragtag survivors wandering from place to place have no means of developing a cure. The best that could have ever happened is them finding a plot of land in some remote wilderness and living to old age... and then dying, and turning into zombies.

    At least this way, Lee goes out with high drama. The next series will have a different main character in a different setting.

  • @Matt7895 said: It makes sense actually. How can happily ever after exist, when we know everyone turns to a zombie on death, bitten or not? A group of ragtag survivors wandering from place to place have no means of developing a cure. The best that could have ever happened is them finding a plot of land in some remote wilderness and living to old age... and then dying, and turning into zombies.

    At least this way, Lee goes out with high drama. The next series will have a different main character in a different setting.



    It actually wouldn't be that hard to mitigate the threat from rising dead people, atleast in small numbers. Just keeping watch over people at risk of death would go a pretty long way, then when they croak, break their pinata.

    You could also just make the extraction of all of everybody's teeth mandatory while they're alive, but that'd suck. Yeah, there'd still be zombies, but they'd have to try and gum you to death. :p

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