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Seriously, I didn't think many people would chop their arm off :eek:. I thought they would of thought that the infection had already spread, and that it would be too late. Also, it would be better to kill the Campman and bust zombie ass with two hands :D

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  • @Fezzan said: Not cutting your arm off means you have no chance to live.
    Cutting your arm off offers a least a slim chance of survival.

    That's my reasoning.

    Me too. Though I figured it was far too late anyway.

  • I knew Lee was screwed, Lee knew he was screwed but you have to take the chance even if it is a very small chance of survival.

  • I had actually forgot about a lot of Walker mythology by the time I started playing this game. I finished the Compendium and had been following the TV series mostly, and missed a few episodes in Season 2.

    So, I imagined Clem without Lee, and most other video games give you a happier ending if you're willing to do the more extreme, painful thing. I really wasn't expecting that ending at all. This isn't most other video games, so I assumed that there could be a happy ending if I made the right choices...and well, um, yeah....

  • And besides, it does help you a little. If you cut it off, Lee doesn't pass out on the ladder or in the attic.

  • I chopped the arm off due to desperation but it did work in a way it stopped lee fainting but man when you have both arms and fight through the herd the badarse of it all

  • Fun fact, the cut-off might have actually worked if they'd been able to stitch him up, he didn't go all pale and die because of the infection, I'm pretty sure it was blood loss if you cut his arm off. If you leave it on it is the infection that gets him.

  • @JakeSt123 said: Fun fact, the cut-off might have actually worked if they'd been able to stitch him up, he didn't go all pale and die because of the infection, I'm pretty sure it was blood loss if you cut his arm off. If you leave it on it is the infection that gets him.

    I'm pretty sure he looks the same either way at the end. Maybe if you did cut t off only a little bit of a difference is shown, but I didn't notice anything.

  • For me, I thought that I was infected no matter what, but I thought that chopping it off would give me extra time/extra strength.
    My hubby thought that there might be the slightest chance it would save him, but he also chopped it off in hopes of having extra time. But he did say that as soon as he was bitten, he knew it was a death sentence.

  • @JakeSt123 said: Fun fact, the cut-off might have actually worked if they'd been able to stitch him up, he didn't go all pale and die because of the infection, I'm pretty sure it was blood loss if you cut his arm off. If you leave it on it is the infection that gets him.

    I don't think it would have worked regardless. Lee passes out before his arm can be cut off, so the only explanation for this is that the infection has spread.

  • I think "fuck it, cut it off" summed up my thoughts perfectly. I didn't expect it to work, but what was there to lose in trying?

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