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Which character in this game you hate the most?

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At first, I hate Larry because hes a dick when he hit me on the face. But later in the farm, he seem to be better and I begin to not hate him. And in chapter 3, Carly death is so FKING SHOCKING and I FKING HATE LILY and LEFt her. So I hate Lily the MOST.

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  • I'd say during the game itself i really hated Ben after that awful 30 minutes in episode 3 followed by him leaving Clem at the start of episode 4. I took every chance to be as aggressive as possible with my thinly veiled cold hatred. (picking the "Carley didn't need to die you know" options etc) Eventually dropping him though.

    With time passing and reflection though i think i was too harsh on the kid, while characters i initially had sympathy for like the stranger and Lilly given that they were clearly broken i have grown to hate on reflection (Lilly's power hunger really stings when you play the first two parts again knowing how it all plays out such as the look she gives Carley for calling Kenny "boss" )

  • @Robbingrobin said: To Larry:

    Larry had nothing but his daughter and I can understand, that he don't wanted her to be with someone, who killed someone cold blooded. We don't know, what was to be read at the newspapers or in the TV, we don't know how bad Lee's reputation were. Maybe he thought, when Lee would snap he would kill his daughter or Larry himself, like he did with that state senator. Larry was just a father, protective and bad yeah, but I don't hate him for that and don't think anyone should do it either. But thats of course, your thing.



    So what's his excuse for being such an ass to everyone else in the group?

    He tells Carley to "shut the f*** up", when he leaves Lilly with just "shut up". No need for that.

    Why is he so antagonizing when he thinks Duck is bitten? I understand that he wants to keep Lilly safe, but that doesn't mean you threaten a child with no evidence. After all, you can't prove he's bitten when there's no bite. Larry sure didn't see any (again, because it didn't happen). He just jumped to conclusions. Did he try to hear Kenny out? Was he willing to wait for Katjaa to finish cleaning Duck to confirm/deny the existence of a bite? No. He went straight to kill mode and wouldn't accept any other solution.

    And Mark. The bit at the wall was uncalled for as well. Mark is underfed and losing strength, so Larry calls him a pansy? All for the crime of not being Larry #2, I guess.

    Plenty of people have lost everything in the game. Lee lost his whole family, but he still treats people with proper respect. Kenny loses everything right in front of him, yet still manages to be a good person. Ben has no idea what happens to his family. It eats away at him the whole time. And guess what? He still tries to be civil and helpful (but... not exactly successful at helping).

    If Larry only did these things to Lee, I'd be more understanding, but that's just not it. He's an ass. Period. He'll find any excuse to justify his behavior. Lee just had the most convenient one.

    Now that I think about it, Larry is a lot like the stranger. They both twist the facts to blame Lee for things beyond his control while acting like they do nothing wrong. Not once does either of them apologize for their actions.

    I'm not saying Larry's behavior is incomprehensible. I'm saying it's inexcusable. There is no just cause for it at any point beyond realizing Lee is a convict. Even then, he only acted after Lee risked his own life to get pills so Larry could live after getting himself so worked up he had a heart attack. Good people weigh all the facts. Asses weigh only the ones they want to use.

    Good on you that you can forgive such actions. I can't, and won't ever tolerate people like Larry.

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    @Jaded X Gamer said: And yet I still felt incredibly sorry for him. Maybe because I’m a bleeding heart pansy so I keep sympathizing with him during the conversation and by the end he didn’t even sound mad anymore. He actually seemed to feel bad for Lee for a moment when I told him I was bitten. Then he started talking to his bowling bag and it was kinda obvious he was too far gone to help.

    etc.



    Definitely. I see where you're coming from about him and Jolene - I'd go insane too, if I lost everything and everyone in such a short span of time.

    But I don't know, he just seemed off to me. With Jolene, you could really tell how hurt she was about losing her daughter and how much she had meant to her; there was no doubt about it. But with the stranger, he just didn't sound all that concerned about his children. He talked constantly about his wife's feelings, and how he hurt HER so bad by losing the poor kid in the middle of a zombie apocalypse. I mean, it's nice that he loves his wife and all, but there wasn't a single "I miss my boy" or anything, or how his children might have felt throughout the whole mess - it's like the only reason he felt bad about losing his son was because it upset Tess, and when he talked to her head in the bag, it's like he just wanted Clementine to replace Lizzy for her, because she loved the kids.

    Buut I digress. :p All my Lilly hate is resurfacing in this thread now, lol. Everything in your post more or less sums up what I thought of her during my first playthrough. Her attitude can be justified if she was actually a good leader, but half the time she's just as clueless as anyone (if not more), yet she's barking orders left and right like she owns the place. And the part I really can't stand is why people seemed to listen to her. She didn't do anything except stir up drama.

    I mean, yes, it was useful to know someone had been stealing supplies, but she was really blowing the whole situation out of proportion (no, Lilly, stealing supplies is not the same as cutting your throat while you sleep. Shooting someone's brains out might be, since death is more or less instantaneous). Throwing accusations based on nothing like that wouldn't have helped anyone, and for god's sake, no matter who it was they really didn't deserve an execution.

    It was nice when Carley finally stood up to her, since no one else seemed to be able to tell her to just shut up and sit down; I also thought she was being waay too kind with the "scared little girl" comment. Granted, she did get shot in the face before she could say any more (and wow, talk about a fucking overreaction), but someone really needed to tell her to stop being a bitch and help out more.

  • @k1ngMe said: 1) You're an idiot.

    2) Give Larry a break. He has the right to be paranoid over something like that. Its a zombie apocalypse!

    3) "Lilly was always looking out for herself and Larry" That's false. Yes, she took Larry's side in most of the arguments, but that's only because he's her father! When it came down to it, Lilly cared about the group, and was willing to do anything to protect them. Even if it meant killing potential threats like Carley.

    4) Campman had his reasons to kidnap Clem.. He thought he was doing the right thing. It's not like he stole her for shits and giggles. You really need to look at both sides of the story before calling people out on this shit.



    You my friend are the idiot. How can you defend people who did what these guys did. Punching Lee in the face and saying "your not coming with us" just because he didnt like or trust Lee is not something to ok to do in a ZA.

    Lilly murdered Doug/Carley for a crime they did not commit. How can this be justified?

    Campman Kidnapped Clem. How can you justify manipulating a 9 year old girl into trusting you, then stealing her, and threatening to kill her guardian (Lee).

    When the world goes to hell, that doesnt give you an excuse to behave in evil or sadistic ways even if they do have somewhat valid reasons.

  • @BlackBoxx said: So what's his excuse for being such an ass to everyone else in the group?

    He tells Carley to "shut the f*** up", when he leaves Lilly with just "shut up". No need for that.

    Why is he so antagonizing when he thinks Duck is bitten? I understand that he wants to keep Lilly safe, but that doesn't mean you threaten a child with no evidence. After all, you can't prove he's bitten when there's no bite. Larry sure didn't see any (again, because it didn't happen). He just jumped to conclusions. Did he try to hear Kenny out? Was he willing to wait for Katjaa to finish cleaning Duck to confirm/deny the existence of a bite? No. He went straight to kill mode and wouldn't accept any other solution.

    And Mark. The bit at the wall was uncalled for as well. Mark is underfed and losing strength, so Larry calls him a pansy? All for the crime of not being Larry #2, I guess.

    Plenty of people have lost everything in the game. Lee lost his whole family, but he still treats people with proper respect. Kenny loses everything right in front of him, yet still manages to be a good person. Ben has no idea what happens to his family. It eats away at him the whole time. And guess what? He still tries to be civil and helpful (but... not exactly successful at helping).

    If Larry only did these things to Lee, I'd be more understanding, but that's just not it. He's an ass. Period. He'll find any excuse to justify his behavior. Lee just had the most convenient one.

    Now that I think about it, Larry is a lot like the stranger. They both twist the facts to blame Lee for things beyond his control while acting like they do nothing wrong. Not once does either of them apologize for their actions.

    I'm not saying Larry's behavior is incomprehensible. I'm saying it's inexcusable. There is no just cause for it at any point beyond realizing Lee is a convict. Even then, he only acted after Lee risked his own life to get pills so Larry could live after getting himself so worked up he had a heart attack. Good people weigh all the facts. Asses weigh only the ones they want to use.

    Good on you that you can forgive such actions. I can't, and won't ever tolerate people like Larry.



    Larry is everything that can possibly be wrong with a person.

  • @J_Scheff said: You my friend are the idiot. How can you defend people who did what these guys did. Punching Lee in the face and saying "your not coming with us" just because he didnt like or trust Lee is not something to ok to do in a ZA.

    Lilly murdered Doug/Carley for a crime they did not commit. How can this be justified?

    Campman Kidnapped Clem. How can you justify manipulating a 9 year old girl into trusting you, then stealing her, and threatening to kill her guardian (Lee).

    When the world goes to hell, that doesnt give you an excuse to behave in evil or sadistic ways even if they do have somewhat valid reasons.



    Larry was looking out for his daughter, Lee was a convicted killer, he could kill one or maybe even all of them, while they are sleeping or in rage. Better safe than sorry, I'd say. Killing someone in the zombie apocalypse may safe your life, especially if you don't trust them.

    The same counts for Carley. If Carley did it, she would be a real danger to the group and untrustworthy. Lilly was raised by her dead, so she probably follows the same philosophy. Better safe than sorry. Don't misunderstand me, I liked both characters very much and killing Carley was brutal and merciless, but she somewhat brought it up to herself by insulting Lills.

    Campman was sick in the head. The loss of daughter, wife and son made him crazy and he thought, he would be the good man, by removing a threat to anyone who could meet it. Lee. In normal times, he would probably got in a insitution for mentally disabled, but something like this doesn't exist anymore in TWD.

  • @Robbingrobin said: Larry was looking out for his daughter, Lee was a convicted killer, he could kill one or maybe even all of them, while they are sleeping or in rage. Better safe than sorry, I'd say. Killing someone in the zombie apocalypse may safe your life, especially if you don't trust them.

    The same counts for Carley. If Carley did it, she would be a real danger to the group and untrustworthy. Lilly was raised by her dead, so she probably follows the same philosophy. Better safe than sorry. Don't misunderstand me, I liked both characters very much and killing Carley was brutal and merciless, but she somewhat brought it up to herself by insulting Lills.

    Campman was sick in the head. The loss of daughter, wife and son made him crazy and he thought, he would be the good man, by removing a threat to anyone who could meet it. Lee. In normal times, he would probably got in a insitution for mentally disabled, but something like this doesn't exist anymore in TWD.



    Rubbish, sorry. While do a agree you need trust. The issue is there not even close to enough evidence to say they were untrustworthy.

    Lee may have killed in the past but literally minutes beforehand risked his life to save Glenn and the girl, then again to get Larry the pills, and if the best reason Lilly had not to trust Carley was that she hurt here feeling (no evidence that she traded with the bandits at all) well then... that the most ridiculous of all. A group of people living together are going to argue.

    They were prepared to kill based on very little. There's no place for people you cant trust but there's no place for paranoia either. They were attempting to kill (successfully in Lilly's case) people who were helping them for flimsy reasons.

  • Brie ,and Vernon.
    I was enjoed, when I smashed her head in ep 5, when she turns.

  • @The Fallen said: Rubbish, sorry. While do a agree you need trust. The issue is there not even close to enough evidence to say they were untrustworthy.

    Lee may have killed in the past but literally minutes beforehand risked his life to save Glenn and the girl, then again to get Larry the pills, and if the best reason Lilly had not to trust Carley was that she hurt here feeling (no evidence that she traded with the bandits at all) well then... that the most ridiculous of all. A group of people living together are going to argue.

    They were prepared to kill based on very little. There's no place for people you cant trust but there's no place for paranoia either. They were attempting to kill (successfully in Lilly's case) people who were helping them for flimsy reasons.



    Still, better safe than sorry.

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