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Hardest/Easiest decision

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Out of all of the episodes, which decision have you found the easiest, and which have you found the hardest.

My easiest decision was leaving Lilly behind - once she'd shot Doug I didn't feel she deserved to be in the group any longer and knew I couldn't forgive her.

My hardest decision was probably the Ben one. I dropped him. Often I've felt torn when having to choose between people, but this is the first time I let someone die when there wasn't anyone else who needed saving. Mega regret!

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  • Easiest: leaving Lilly behind, giving Irene the gun and shooting Duck
    Hardest: saving Larry, saving Ben and bringing Clem to Crawford
    Larry might have been an a-hole but Lilly begging made me help him, I like Ben but he still is a liability, Clem would be in danger no matter what I did but I am glad I brought cause she saved Molly :)

  • Hardest was killing Larry
    Easiest was shooting Duck.

  • Hardest Choice was Saving Ben.

    There was a lot of easy choices though.
    Saving Larry
    Leaving the Girl
    Leaving Lilly
    etc

  • The hardest choices were saving Ben, helping Larry, and bringing Clem to Crawford.

    I don't know the easiest. Letting that girl get eaten by walkers in ep 3 was easy for me. Guilt is not something I've felt.

  • hardest: killing duck/lying to my queen clem/ trying not to shoot molly (saved by deadshot clem)

    easiest by far high fiving duck cos i'm that awesome :)

  • Easiest for me was defo saving Shawn or Duck in Ep. 1. :P
    But the hardest,would probably be helping Kenny kill Larry...I did it.But Lee is still wondering if he did the right thing. :)

  • @Araron said: Easiest for me was defo saving Shawn or Duck in Ep. 1. :P
    But the hardest,would probably be helping Kenny kill Larry...I did it.But Lee is still wondering if he did the right thing. :)

    Really? I was pretty torn between Shawn and Duck, maybe because it was the first choice like that I was faced with in the game.

  • Hardest: What to do with Larry (saved him)

    Easiest: Choosing Carley (I already knew I would save the girl when I saw it in one of the trailers. Sorry Doug!)

  • Easiest: Saving Shaun (well, attempting to...), ditching Lily, shooting Duck (actually SHOOTING him hurt, because I just grew to like him, but DECIDING to shoot him was easy), showing the bite (hate that old "dude not showing his bite and fucking everyone else over" cliche)

    Hardest: Trying to save Larry, shooting the girl (woulda left her if not for Kenny making it sound more monstrous than it was), and the hardest of all, saving Ben

    On the Ben decision I think I need to elaborate some. All throughout episode 4 I hated him more and more every time he did...well...ANYTHING, but I tried to be fair to him still. The straw that broke the camels back was the axe. I was ready to get him killed FIRST chance I got! *rawr roor* But, When Clem intervened I had to rethink the entire thing, and I wasn't done thinking when the bell tower happened. When I realized I had to choose his fate right then and there, cue BSOD in my brain.

    I ultimately saved him and don't regret it a bit. *applauds Telltale for being able to do that to me*

  • @MuffinMansBro said: Easiest: Saving Shaun (well, attempting to...), ditching Lily, shooting Duck (actually SHOOTING him hurt, because I just grew to like him, but DECIDING to shoot him was easy), showing the bite (hate that old "dude not showing his bite and fucking everyone else over" cliche)

    Hardest: Trying to save Larry, shooting the girl (woulda left her if not for Kenny making it sound more monstrous than it was), and the hardest of all, saving Ben

    On the Ben decision I think I need to elaborate some. All throughout episode 4 I hated him more and more every time he did...well...ANYTHING, but I tried to be fair to him still. The straw that broke the camels back was the axe. I was ready to get him killed FIRST chance I got! *rawr roor* But, When Clem intervened I had to rethink the entire thing, and I wasn't done thinking when the bell tower happened. When I realized I had to choose his fate right then and there, cue BSOD in my brain.

    I ultimately saved him and don't regret it a bit. *applauds Telltale for being able to do that to me*

    I dropped him and feel eternally guilty. From reading stuff on this forum about people's decision RE Ben, I think taking Clem played a big part in whether you saved him or not. Quite a few people have said they would've dropped him had it not been for Clem defending him. I didn't take Clem and sort of forgot she even liked Ben until I got back to the house. I think if she'd been there it would have swayed me in to saving him.

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