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Saddest death in the game ( Not Duck )

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So i just finished episode 4 ( best episode BTW ) and i still can't get the picture of that poor kid in the attic ... before episode 4 i thought that Duck's death was the saddest death in the game but now i am wrong ...

The poor kid couldn't even stand on his knees out of hunger ... it was sad seeing the empty plate and bottle like that ... and carrying his body and watching how thin he became with only his underwear and socks on and burring his body like that it really broke my heart.

the poor kid locked himself in the attic scared to death to even go down the stairs to search for food or people.

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  • @kevrags said: The scene where Lee had to kill off his zombie brother affected me more than Duck or the attic kid.

    Not me, having to hit him in the neck so many times kinda killed the scene for me.

  • I agree 100% with that. I meant up to that point. I just chose the "I have to do this now, man" to get it over with. Then I was all, "The head, dammit, hit the head!!"

  • @kevrags said: I agree 100% with that. I meant up to that point. I just chose the "I have to do this now, man" to get it over with. Then I was all, "The head, dammit, hit the head!!"

    yeah it almost had me then Lee hit his neck. And then again and again.

  • @trd84 said: yeah it almost had me then Lee hit his neck. And then again and again.

    Scumbag Lee strikes again! And again! And again!

  • Katjaa's death was by far the most saddest. Duck's right after that didn't help either.

  • i think it was carleys death, because it was so surprising! i wasnt expecting lilly to shoot her and only realised it when she was already down. after what happened the games before, her death got to me the most!

    i could see katjaas death a mile away, with her being so calm right after doug was bitten. that was almost creepy...
    ducks death was sad... i thought "he is still breathing you bastards... at least let him die before you shoot him!"

  • @Sergiy said: That was a really grim scene, and it just dragged on, and on, the game kept giving you the option to look at the corpse as you were burying it. And the picture of the dog on the fridge just made it all the sadder. A truly depressing scene.

    It got to me, even though I had no idea who the kid was or anything, it's odd.

    Don't forget the family portrait

  • Ducks was sadder. Duck was one of them, part of the group. You got to know him, his death was like losing a family member. He idolized Lee, to the point where Kenny was jealous. He was Robin "for christsakes" to your Batman. The boy in the attic was a stranger, you did not have to witness his death or have no hand in it. In my eyes the fate of the attic boy does not compare with the death of one of your own. I unlike some here have never "cried, wept, grew misty", at any point in this wonderful story, but I was genuinely saddend as I watched Duck die, an emotion I did not feel anywhere close to the extent at the sight of the poor child in the attic.
    Ducks was sadder. Duck was one of them, part of the group. You got to know him, his death was like losing a family member. He idolized Lee, to the point where Kenny was jealous. He was Robin "for christsakes" to your Batman. The boy in the attic was a stranger, you did not have to witness his death or have no hand in it. In my eyes the fate of the attic boy does not compare with the death of one of your own. I unlike some here have never "cried, wept, grew misty", at any point in this wonderful story, but I was genuinely saddend as I watched Duck die, an emotion I did not feel anywhere close to the extent at the sight of the poor child in the attic.
    Ducks was sadder. Duck was one of them, part of the group. You got to know him, his death was like losing a family member. He idolized Lee, to the point where Kenny was jealous. He was Robin "for christsakes" to your Batman. The boy in the attic was a stranger, you did not have to witness his death or have no hand in it. In my eyes the fate of the attic boy does not compare with the death of one of your own. I unlike some here have never "cried, wept, grew misty", at any point in this wonderful story, but I was genuinely saddend as I watched Duck die, an emotion I did not feel anywhere close to the extent at the sight of the poor child in the attic.
    Ducks was sadder. Duck was one of them, part of the group. You got to know him, his death was like losing a family member. He idolized Lee, to the point where Kenny was jealous. He was Robin "for christsakes" to your Batman. The boy in the attic was a stranger, you did not have to witness his death or have no hand in it. In my eyes the fate of the attic boy does not compare with the death of one of your own. I unlike some here have never "cried, wept, grew misty", at any point in this wonderful story, but I was genuinely saddend as I watched Duck die, an emotion I did not feel anywhere close to the extent at the sight of the poor child in the attic.

  • wow....don't know what happened there, sorry about that

  • I was untouched by the attic kid scene. I only care about members of my group from episode one-three, and most of them were already gone by then!

    For me, Lee's scene was the saddest.

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