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Dealing with the bitten

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Since there's been many mercy choices thorought the game, I wanted to know what other people did.

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  • @DanJ555 said:
    I let Clementine shoot me because my friend said that not letting her shoot me would make me a coward.

    This is 100% true :D i did say that

  • In the first (true) time when I played.
    -I didn't give Irene the gun, because I was need a gun. ( I thought that I will lost a pistol)
    -I shot a girl on the street, because I was tried to cover her, and when I shooting walkers, I was missed and shoot's girl's head, that was accident.
    -I shot Duck, because the father should not do this. It hard to see that you only child dieing.
    -I left Lee, because, I think, that she will have nightmares, imagine what it feels like to kill the only man you loved. It's very hard for little girl. In the future I will do everything for saving her soul, I don't want that Clementine would be a brutal animal.

  • To be fair, Beatrice could've easily outrunned the walkers. But noooo, she had to scream so freaking loud and attract all of them. =.=

  • @AnnaSan said: To be fair, Beatrice could've easily outrunned the walkers. But noooo, she had to scream so freaking loud and attract all of them. =.=

    Like someone mentioned in another thread, maybe she was in a coma like Rick and just woke up to the zombie apocalypse. That would be fairly terrifying.

  • @Mornai said: Like someone mentioned in another thread, maybe she was in a coma like Rick and just woke up to the zombie apocalypse. That would be fairly terrifying.

    You're right, everyone would react differently. I left her though, not the right thing to do but it had to be done >.>

  • -I gave Irene the gun
    -I shot the girl in the street
    -I shot Duck myself
    -I had Clementine shoot me

    Humanity > Survival anyday.

  • Didn't give Irene the gun. After trying out both options, I think that the situation is more interesting when she lunges for the gun and you're knocked off of the balcony. I also felt like my decision put me in the "positivity" "never-give-up" camp alongside Glenn and Kenny, and at that point in the story I really wanted to align myself with that persuasion.

    I shot the girl in the street. Kenny had an interesting idea, and it might've helped us get more food, but Lee is his own man. Kenny can't be the boss just for the sake of being bossy. I'm not going to let someone suffer like that. Also, I was still able to get a lot of food, even if it was difficult. [INTERESTING PLOT PARALLEL] It seems like Kenny himself adopts your merciful outlook when he ends Ben's suffering. WHOA!!!

    I shot Duck. I can't make Kenny do that.

    I made Clem shoot me. Duh!

  • I gave Irene the gun out of mercy.

    I shot the girl in the street for the same reason Kenny later shot Ben. No one should have to face the Walkers if there's another way out.

    I shot Duck, because no parent should have to kill their child.

    Now, this is something I was surprised I chose. I told Clem to go. Leave Lee behind. I just felt there had been way too much bloodshed that day. Clem had been through way too much already, and I just couldn't bear to see her have to make such a hard decision. Yes, it may have been more important for her survival later on. But damnit, she's just a girl. Nine years old is just too young to have to kill the only person you have left.

  • I gave Irene the gun, if she would rather end her own life than become a walker she should have that right.

    I also shot the girl in the street, I wasnt about to stop caring about the fate of others simply to make my life easier. In the zombie apocalypse people need to try to help others whenever possible.

    I couldnt make Kenny shoot Duck. Even though Kenny seems to turn on you pretty fast and becomes a real dick once you start disagreeing with his decisions, what father should have to shoot his son?

    And at the end I had Clem shoot Lee because becoming a Walker seems a fate worse than death, and Lee would not have wanted to become a Walker.

  • It'd be horrible if the zombie apocalypse happened and I was put in a similar situation to Beatrice and I wasn't shot. I mean, I'd really appreciate it for someone to just end me. I'd do the same for someone who were put in the situation even if it risked my own well being, I don't want anyone to experience such a painful death.

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