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Anne's shooting spree

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Anyone notice after Anne stabbed the doctor and grabbed his gun, when she ran out of the room there were multiple gunshots. So Anne was the one who ruined Crawford? Killing people inside the school, than having them reanimate. When more people came inside the school were taken by surprise by the walkers, and in the end became too much for the stronghold.

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  • Of course it was Anne's fault. They even say as much.

  • Gotta be honest, didn't notice the gunshots my first play through haha

  • The whole shooting spree was a bit extreme, but the citizens of Crawford deserved their eventual (and inevitable) downfall either way.

    Like Molly said, 'the dead always win in the end'. Anne just gave them a bit of an early start.

  • The thing is, it takes at least 2 hours for a body to reanimate (from what I know). It can often take longer. Nothing could have been done in that time?

    She has like 6 bullets? How many people could she kill?

    And why would she kill anyone after the doctor? She must have planned to die.

  • @Red Panda said: The thing is, it takes at least 2 hours for a body to reanimate (from what I know). It can often take longer. Nothing could have been done in that time?

    She has like 6 bullets? How many people could she kill?

    And why would she kill anyone after the doctor? She must have planned to die.

    I think it varies from person to person for reanimation after death. Of course logic would say that there is only about 6 - 8 bullets in a gun, but when Lee shoots his pistol he never has to reload, and his clip seems endless.... that did kinda bother me a little bit in the game. Only time someone ran out of ammo was Carley in episode 1.

  • @Red Panda said: The thing is, it takes at least 2 hours for a body to reanimate (from what I know). It can often take longer. Nothing could have been done in that time?

    She has like 6 bullets? How many people could she kill?

    And why would she kill anyone after doctor? She must have planned to die.

    2 hours? In this game it seems faster. (the teacher and doug). Hell, was the reason kenny threw the saltlick on Larry (even though he was a bit too fast about it).

    About crawford falling too easy, i agree..many went on scout and supply runs, they were also bound to have had fights with other survivorgroups or exiles before. Yet they could not handle a few walkers inside perimeter? Remember, no easy prey (and more zombies) at crawford with only healthy adults there.

  • @Motordead said: I think it varies from person to person for reanimation after death. Of course logic would say that there is only about 6 - 8 bullets in a gun, but when Lee shoots his pistol he never has to reload, and his clip seems endless.... that did kinda bother me a little bit in the game. Only time someone ran out of ammo was Carley in episode 1.

    It all depends on the gun, actually. Lee's handgun looks like a Glock 17, which has magazine capacity of 17 rounds if I'm correct. Christa's looks like a Beretta which would have 15 shots.

  • Hmm. I don't think she was the only cause. I said in another thread that I think what she did was poetic justice for them. She gave Crawford as much chance at survival as they gave her and her baby.

    Something wasn't right about that school. The town didn't just get overrun by her one attack. That doesn't make sense with the red x marked doors all over the school where they were clearly keeping walkers. That tells me that there was at least an initial attempt at containment. I think it took several weeks for it to get as bad as it got.

  • @Braaaiiinnnsss said: 2 hours? In this game it seems faster. (the teacher and doug). Hell, was the reason kenny threw the saltlick on Larry (even though he was a bit too fast about it).

    About crawford falling too easy, i agree..many went on scout and supply runs, they were also bound to have had fights with other survivorgroups or exiles before. Yet they could not handle a few walkers inside perimeter? Remember, no easy prey (and more zombies) at crawford with only healthy adults there.

    Good points.

  • Maybe something attracted walkers around that time as well? Maybe Crawford had people out raiding for supplies, and didn't have everyone they needed to fend off walkers from the inside? Maybe they began to fight amongst each other? Anne may not have been the ONLY factor in Crawford's fall, but killing Logan DID put a walker inside the perimeter where people least expected it. If something else had been going on at around that time too, it's plausible that it could have fallen like that.

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