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  • Didn't liked them from the beginning...the whole dairy seemed too good,and Danny was fishy all the time.Got everything when I met Jolene and dear Brenda wouldn't let me inside the house lol. :)

  • They seem good natured when you first meet them, but all the questioning to the farm got me a little wary, then the bandit attack on the perimeter... but when I saw the mom, I thought 'ok TTG was just trying to fool me, these guys cant be that bad, they still live with their mom lol'. I was so caught up in trying to calm down Jolene that I didnt see the brother murdering her as an attempt to shut her up, but as an attempt to save our lives.
    The slaughterhouse didnt scare me as they did live on a farm and slaughterhouses can get a little bloody...until I noticed there's 0 livestock around-plus TTG throws you off balance by playing that calming happy music and showing the layout of the dairy as being this utopia from the all the chaos.

  • Yeah the trailers are a terrible idea. The suspense and discovery are what make the game great... trailers undermine all of that. Resist the temptation!

  • @Arodin said: Yeah the trailers are a terrible idea. The suspense and discovery are what make the game great... trailers undermine all of that. Resist the temptation!

    then again most trailers are editted to mix up the order of the scenes so you don't know which happens first/last..

    and ttg do change things so the trailers are never 100% accurate for example

    ep2 didn't have a katjaa/lilly showdown with lee or clem holding her walkie while talking to lee with larry watching behind.

  • I didn't figure it out until we got to the farm. Everyone was being creepy and they kept bringing up dinner like "Yeah, supper's gonna be REAAAALLLL good >:)".

    So I turned to my friend and I said as a joke "CANNIBALS!" and we were having a laugh about it.

    Then we opened the door at the back of the barn. And umm... yeah. We knew from then on.

    My reaction: "Oh my God, you're really eating people, aren't you? Oh, jeez, the group is in your house! *runs up to the house to save them*"
    My friend's reaction: "ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHH!"

    So, yeah. I didn't twig that they were eating Mark until I walked in and Brenda said "Mark won't be down for dinner, you can't see him, he's resting". So obviously I ran straight upstairs and saw he wasn't in the bed, turned on the lights and found the secret room...

    I didn't think Mark would be in there :L I thought they'd have eaten Mark. Like, fully eaten Mark. So there'd be nothing left. So I walked in, expecting to have to examine the place for clues or puddles of blood or more morphine or something... only to be confronted by a legless Mark warning me not to eat dinner.

    And the first thing I notice is not his lack of legs, his bloodiness, or the fact that he's lying half-dead on the bathroom floor.

    Nope. The first thing my mind registers; "Hey, where'd his glasses go?"

  • Thing that made is worse though, I'm 19 and I've been a vegetarian since I was 11. I've gotten so used to it that when I smell meat, I reflexively gag. So I was playing this episode and gagging the whole way through xD

  • I knew something was suspiscious about the St. John brothers from the moment they first showed up looking for gas, but did not guess cannibalism immediately. I had Lee vote for not going with them.

    I knew something bad was going to happen however, both because their offer seemed too good to be true, and because finding a farm that was a little slice of paradise where the group had all the food they could possibly need, and were protected from walkers, would make for boring drama.

    That being said, I did guess cannibalism before Lee does in the game. The combo of Jolene's comments, Danny's suspiscious behavior and Brenda making excuses that prevented you from seeing Mark telegraphed that they were cannibals. Also the St. John brothers use the excuse that they heard Mark yell as the reason they turned on the electric fence, when no one yelled until after it had been turned on.

  • I didn;t think they were up to anything upon first meeting them, although I was wary, because I never really trusted anyone until they proved themselves. So I basically treated them like anyone else, gave them the benefit of the doubt but kept an eye on them just in case. As soon as they began probing for information about the group though, I knew something was up. After skillfully evading giving them any direct information and presenting the group as a united front, I knew right away that they were cannibals the second time Brenda didn't let me see Mark.

    But for some reason, since I thought Andy was kind of a cool guy, I said "that DOES make sense" when he explained the back room to me. Again, I decided to trust them just a little bit for some reason. Then I went upstairs. As soon as I saw Mark I actually said "Well, fuck" to my monitor. Partially because I knew, as soon as I saw him laying there, that the St. Johns were serving parts of him up to the group downstairs. Never trusted anyone again, until the end of Episode 4 when everyone came with me.

    I still think Andy was a cool guy. If it hadn't been for the cannibalism, I think he and Lee could have been good friends.

  • At first I didn't suspect much about them, though I was careful not to give them too much information about our group (in fact, when he asked me how many we were, I chose the threatening option just in case they got any ideas).

    I began to get suspicious when Kenny mentions he has a bad feeling about the farm, and when Dannt shoouts Jolene I definitely knew something was up. When I found the bloody room I knew for certain they were cannibals.

  • @Rock114 said: I didn;t think they were up to anything upon first meeting them, although I was wary, because I never really trusted anyone until they proved themselves. So I basically treated them like anyone else, gave them the benefit of the doubt but kept an eye on them just in case. As soon as they began probing for information about the group though, I knew something was up. After skillfully evading giving them any direct information and presenting the group as a united front, I knew right away that they were cannibals the second time Brenda didn't let me see Mark.

    But for some reason, since I thought Andy was kind of a cool guy, I said "that DOES make sense" when he explained the back room to me. Again, I decided to trust them just a little bit for some reason. Then I went upstairs. As soon as I saw Mark I actually said "Well, fuck" to my monitor. Partially because I knew, as soon as I saw him laying there, that the St. Johns were serving parts of him up to the group downstairs. Never trusted anyone again, until the end of Episode 4 when everyone came with me.

    I still think Andy was a cool guy. If it hadn't been for the cannibalism, I think he and Lee could have been good friends.

    Yeah, Danny's fucked though. Brenda supplies the milk.

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