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I don't get why Kenny is calling Vernon and his friends

posted by Joshua1991 on - last edited - Viewed by 728 users

Thieves or Bad Guys in the finale. I get it they stole Kenny's last hope he had, but Vernon and his friends are good people just trying to survive in a ZA. Christa was right, they would have done the same thing. Imo I find it karma for Kenny wanting to steal from the Campman's family car in Ep 2

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  • You'd be surprised how many people you can fit in a boat/car when you really need to. When I was younger my aunt's cousins would pile 9 people in a regular car. The 5 people thing is bs. It's more that you can only fit 5 people + supplies comfortably as in, able to sleep in said boat and everything. You can still fit more than that in the boat, and just need to find somewhere to dock and sleep for the night.

  • Easier said than done, in Zombieland.

  • @BlackPaladin said: You'd be surprised how many people you can fit in a boat/car when you really need to. When I was younger my aunt's cousins would pile 9 people in a regular car. The 5 people thing is bs. It's more that you can only fit 5 people + supplies comfortably as in, able to sleep in said boat and everything. You can still fit more than that in the boat, and just need to find somewhere to dock and sleep for the night.

    With the amount of supplies Vernon's group had at the fallout shelter, they could probably fill the entire boat to the brim with just food, and they're going to need at least a decent amount of it.

  • Kenny and the group put their asses on the line to prep that boat, only to have Vernon and his gang swoop in and take it right out from under them, presumably at gunpoint or under the threat of some form of violence. I dont think anyone would be understanding in that situation.

  • This does make me wonder: Why did Vernon even leave a note?

  • @Zarron said: This does make me wonder: Why did Vernon even leave a note?

    He either feels bad about stealing it but sees it as a necessity(honest) and wants the group to at least know what's transpired, or he's angry and wants to rub it in your face that he took it from you(threatened him).

    Those are my guesses, at least. Vernon and his rag tag group of survivors clearly wouldn't last long in Savannah without that underground bunker, so i suppose he saw the boat as his only choice for survival.

    It's not like they could be caught easily, since that was probably the only functional boat in existence in the city.

  • I hope there's a hurricane out at sea.

  • The way I see it, if you're going to steal a boat from somebody in the zombie-ridden post-apocalyptic Savannah... The people you stole the boat from are pretty destined to die. They knew this. They "knew" they were going to die. The group was already weak AND had a little girl to take care of. The theft lead to the whole group's death for all they know.

    They were a bunch of dickheads and like I said before, I hope they end up REALLY, REALLY regretful as long as they can survive on the sea before they run out of supplies.


    But then again... Did I take the supplies in the station wagon? Why, yes I did. But at that time we didn't even know if who the owner of it is or if he/she was even alive. Vernon knew the whole group and cared about Clementine. He still took it. Suck my dick, Vernon.

  • Yeah, Vernon's a thief and he betrayed Lee's group. His taking of the boat ruined what little hope Kenny had.

  • Vernon managed to become the only character in the entire game I actually wished death upon. What he did was a complete dick move. Like other people said, he knew thousands of walkers were coming into the city and stealing the boat would most likely lead our group to death, and he did it anyway. So fuck that guy. I hope they all rot on that boat.

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