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After the cancer survivors and Vernon stole the boat in episode 4, what do you think happened?

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  • @Milosuperspesh said: all this violence sounds familiar..

    larry...

    ben...

    the saint johns...

    duck ??

    oh wait some people wimped out when faced with the moral choice and saved/spared them...

    most likely being old and mostly weak they attempted to survive at sea but their supplies ran out and upon trying to get more on land where caught by walkers and are now dead..



    Bad examples, three out of four of them were members of our own group. They were useless idiots and a grumpy old man, but they were our useless idiots and grumpy old man. Even then, in my own case... I wasn't too broken up to see Duck go (I just figured it was going to be a Narm moment, which Telltale averted by making the kid mute after being attacked... again). Hell, in the one example with non-group members, sparing the St. Johns is arguably more cruel than just killing them outright.

  • @marioluigi344 said: I heard Ben drilled holes in the boat to make it lighter...


    I can totally see Ben doing that...

    "Did I do good, Lee?"

  • I hope they crash and drown :D

    Or if we meet them in Season 2, I'm going to make sure they crash and burn :D

  • rommel my point was not what they did, it was how the majority of people reacted to them ?

  • We can all just hope that Molly replaced the battery with a broken one c:

  • @Milosuperspesh said: all this violence sounds familiar..

    larry...

    ben...

    the saint johns...

    duck ??

    oh wait some people wimped out when faced with the moral choice and saved/spared them...

    most likely being old and mostly weak they attempted to survive at sea but their supplies ran out and upon trying to get more on land where caught by walkers and are now dead..


    I didn't kill the saint john's brothers,help Kenny kill Larry or kill Ben in my original play through. I don't see how it's wimping out though. Can you honestly say that Danny would have suffered more if Lee killed him in the barn than he did when Lee left him. He was left with a wound caused by Lilly, in my game and a broken ankle caused by the bear trap. He can't get up and walkers will come in and devour him slowly because Lee sabotaged the electric fence. As for Andy he was nearly beaten to death by Lee in my play through, then he had the emotional heart ache of knowing that his mother was killed and was left to believe his younger brother was killed by me as well. He can hardly walk and zombie's are about to overrun the dairy. If you kill him he suffers less. He dies quickly.

    Killing Larry achieves nothing other than bonding you with Kenny, in fact he was killed because of Kenny's fear of him coming back, so trying to revive him shows more courage.

    Killing Ben is unnecessary, he is so accident prone that his death is inevitable. Even when I didn't save him in my second play through I didn't drop him either I just took too long to shoot the zombie behind him so he got dragged down the shaft without be having to drop him. Why have blood on your hands if you don't need to? All of these people die any way. It's seems pretty twisted to want to have a hand in their deaths if they are going to die any way. When I play a game like GTA I don't just walk around shooting people for no reason other than because I can. I kill if I think I need to unless i'm playing the role of a villain.

    When I played the game a lot of my decisions were inspired by my memories of what Rick did in similar situations so the game would play out more like my experience of the comics. When Rick battered Thomas he stopped when his group encouraged him to stop, I waited for Carly to stop me before I stopped punching Andy. I didn't think the game would let me kill him just by punching him so I beat him until I was encouraged to stop. Rick tried to preserve life even when it would have been easier not to, particularly earlier on in his journey. Lee was only 3 months in the ZA and those 3 months were spent in the safety of the motor inn, not on the road, so he should still have his humanity and feel uncomfortable killing.

  • If i seem them in season 2,i would cut them to small pieces,
    small as M&Ms....
    starting from the legs to the hands to the main body....
    i would feed the walkers with them....
    LOL
    :mad::mad::mad::mad::mad:

  • I'll make the bastards wish the cancer got 'em.

  • @dee23 said: I didn't kill the saint john's brothers,help Kenny kill Larry or kill Ben in my original play through. I don't see how it's wimping out though. Can you honestly say that Danny would have suffered more if Lee killed him in the barn than he did when Lee left him. He was left with a wound caused by Lilly, in my game and a broken ankle caused by the bear trap. He can't get up and walkers will come in and devour him slowly because Lee sabotaged the electric fence. As for Andy he was nearly beaten to death by Lee in my play through, then he had the emotional heart ache of knowing that his mother was killed and was left to believe his younger brother was killed by me as well. He can hardly walk and zombie's are about to overrun the dairy. If you kill him he suffers less. He dies quickly.

    Killing Larry achieves nothing other than bonding you with Kenny, in fact he was killed because of Kenny's fear of him coming back, so trying to revive him shows more courage.

    Killing Ben is unnecessary, he is so accident prone that his death is inevitable. Even when I didn't save him in my second play through I didn't drop him either I just took too long to shoot the zombie behind him so he got dragged down the shaft without be having to drop him. Why have blood on your hands if you don't need to? All of these people die any way. It's seems pretty twisted to want to have a hand in their deaths if they are going to die any way. When I play a game like GTA I don't just walk around shooting people for no reason other than because I can. I kill if I think I need to unless i'm playing the role of a villain.

    When I played the game a lot of my decisions were inspired by my memories of what Rick did in similar situations so the game would play out more like my experience of the comics. When Rick battered Thomas he stopped when his group encouraged him to stop, I waited for Carly to stop me before I stopped punching Andy. I didn't think the game would let me kill him just by punching him so I beat him until I was encouraged to stop. Rick tried to preserve life even when it would have been easier not to, particularly earlier on in his journey. Lee was only 3 months in the ZA and those 3 months were spent in the safety of the motor inn, not on the road, so he should still have his humanity and feel uncomfortable killing.



    nice summary but totally pointless..
    as i said a few posts before your rant..

    the forums had loads of people react to those and other characters with 'omg kill them NAO' or 'I will beat the crap out of them or i kill you or they must die and so on..and so the use of death threats for this topic is just more of the same yet so many people never actually stuck to their own words and let them live/get off easy and so some of these people will allow the boat stealing cancer survivors to live on.

    mis-understanding my point or mis reading it or just like nit picking.......

    this is why i hardly post anymore...

  • @Reznov68 said: If I find them there won't be any Cancer Survivors..



    Good one :D

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