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Which decision was the hardest to you?

posted by ZeroShoot on - last edited - Viewed by 887 users

We all had to decide certain things, like in the belltower, or in the drugstore, at the side of the road, meat locker, in the forest, in the hospital (...) and so on.

I would like to know which one was the most difficult for you to make?

For me it was the one in the belltower, i dropped him the first time, saved him the second and third time.

I won't make a poll since i would like to see reasons too :)

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  • Offing LArry probably the easiest decision I ever made.

  • @Chainsaw_bunny said: The hardest decision in my opinion, was choosing between Carley and Doug.

    While I'll admit I actually like Doug more than Carley, you can only choose to tell everyone about your past if you save her.
    I thought that was kind of a bad call.
    If you saved Doug, there still should have been an option to tell everyone, instead of having Lilly be the one to do it.


    I can't think of a way it would make sense with Doug. And as for why Lee can't talk about it anyway well i don't think he likes talking about himself quite simply. How often does he discuss his past/family/ or any feelings without being prompted to by another character? Remember how evasive the game forces you to be with Clem at the start. He needed Carley to push him.

    I actually think that either happening on not is a nice moment as the only real example of your choices causing something asymmetrical.

  • It may not have been the actual toughest decision in the game, but whether to take Clem to Crawford was the hardest for me. In the split-second decisions like saving Ben I did my gut reaction (which in that case was to save him). There was no thinking involved. But on the few occasions where I could sit back and actually weigh what may or may not happen based on what I decided, I took all the time I could, and the more time I took, the harder the choice became. This decision was by and large provided with the most amount of time, so I kept going back and forth and back again until the very last second. I ended up taking her with me.

    Whether to shoot the girl and who to feed were both given plenty of time as well, so they were the ones I struggled with as well.

  • @Chainsaw_bunny said: The hardest decision in my opinion, was choosing between Carley and Doug.

    While I'll admit I actually like Doug more than Carley, you can only choose to tell everyone about your past if you save her.
    I thought that was kind of a bad call.
    If you saved Doug, there still should have been an option to tell everyone, instead of having Lilly be the one to do it.

    I don't understand how people can like Doug more than Carly based on episode 1 when Carly has saved Lee's whole group in the opening minutes of arriving at Macon, she saves Lee or Clementine from the zombie in the toilet, she helps Lee clear out the zombies at the motor inn and kills another 8 or so zombies when the pharmacy gets over run. Where as Doug only has one conversation with Lee in the whole episode when Lee goes to get the keys and he puts Lee at risk during that sequence when he shouts out to Lee asking him if he's found the keys yet and he doesn't stand up for Lee when Larry is trying to convince the group to kick Lee and his group out of the pharmacy, in fact he is the only one in the group who says nothing either way. I can understand keeping him alive to see how different the story could play out but I don't understand how he could be favoured over Carly as a character based on one short scene shared with him.

    Regarding us not having the option to tell the group about Lee's past if Doug is in our group makes sense since Lee didn't really establish a relationship/friendhip with Doug in episode 1 to build on for him to confide in him over the 3 months and Carly would have taken Lee's secret to the grave if killed in episode 1. Lee didn't even trust Doug to know how he knew the keys were with the trapped zombie, yet he told Lilly that he knew the owners of the pharmacy when Larry collapsed in the pharmacy and Lilly told him how Larry dragged the couple out of the office thinking they may have been bitten.

  • 1. Deciding who to feed in your group.
    2. Whether or not to take the food from the car.
    3. To let Ben fall or not. (The guy was a walking disaster who did nothing right but in the end I had a change of heart and saved him.)

  • Whether to have Clem leave me or shoot me. Don't want to add to the zombie population, but don't want to make a 9-year-old shoot her caretaker either.

  • whether to save Duck or Shawn.

    you owe Shawn, but Duck is a little boy.

  • The meat locker decision. I was on the Kenny Team all the way through episode 1 and the beginning of episode 2, and i absolutely despised Larry. But after that, when Larry arrived on the dairy, when he started to soften up and to become more nicer (Especially towards Brenda), and after Lily told me that he lost everyone he loved, i grew a liking to the guy and started to understand what he's going through.

    So yeah, when the choice came up, i just panicked. I liked Kenny, but i wanted to help Larry too so i just kind of stood there and JUST before the timer to make the decision ran out, i quickly started helping Lily.

    The thing about that choice, is i liked both of the people by now but i wasn't sure who to side with. This was one of the decisions i spent as much time to think about as i could before i let my instinct choose.

  • The hardest decisions was what to say to Clementine in the end...I wanted to tell her I'd miss her, but I didn't want to make what she had to do harder then it already was...I told her not to be afraid

  • Possibly the girl at the start of ep2, I knew Kenny was pissed at me for many reasons so I felt like I had to side with him, but it seems like helping torture by leaving her. In the end I left her because she was helpful in letting us grab as much as we could and needed Kenny on my side. But he left me when the walkers grabbed me, plus he told everyone what a cold 'b'sted I was right in front of Clem. Not cool. I'd have reconsidered but I couldn't restart, I have to live with my consequences

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