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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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  • 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?

  • ^True. I cut it off because I figured it'd help regardless. An arm aching like that would get in the way.

  • @The Fallen said: 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?

    I think the incentive to not cut it off is because it would help you fight the stranger. I would imagine hand-to-hand combat to be significantly more difficult with only one arm to fight, so cutting it off would risk you being too weak to defeat the stranger and him killing you anyway...

    Lee references this as well... "If i find the guy who's got Clem, I'll be happy i have them both(arms)."

    I think the risk was worth it, though. Having Lee cut it off himself is so damn brutal, though. :eek:

  • @Mornai said: I think the risk was worth it, though. Having Lee cut it off himself is so damn brutal, though. :eek:

    That's why it's super important to make friends. They'll be there to lop off your limbs in times of need! :D

  • @double_u said: That's why it's super important to make friends. They'll be there to lop off your limbs in times of need! :D

    Friends who aren't Ben :p

  • Unless fainting gives you confidence xD

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