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Do you honestly think kenny escaped his doom?(poll)

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  • I voted maybe. He could have a escaped into the sewers like Lee did or climber through a window into another building. But when Gavin Hammon his voice actor was interviewed he said that scene had Kenny screaming but TellTale cut that part out, but it was supposed prove he was dead. I will not believe Kenny is dead until I see his rotting dead corpse wandering the streets of Savannah. Your welcome by the way for helping you make a poll.

  • As the biggest fan of Kenny there ever will be!.....
    Maybe.

  • Depends on the scenario. With Christa, I'd vote "yes", since the chances of him getting out of that predicament are much higher than what we saw in Ben's version.

    I also prefer Christa's version, TBH, as Ben's simply doesn't make a lick of sense to me in terms of Kenny's character. Shooting Ben would have taken less than a second; more than enough time for Lee and Kenny to skedaddle out of that alley before the walkers could chow down on a juicy Macon/Florida combo.

    But for some reason, Kenny chooses to stay behind, because "it's something he has to do." What, being eaten alive? It might have been implied in the dialogue that Kenny wanted to rejoin Katjaa and Duck in the afterlife, but Kenny himself argued against that attitude less than one scene ago!

  • Maybe he could escape,but we will never know that

  • The more time goes on, the more I edge towards no; however, I am still on the maybe side.

  • @Robert Morgan said:
    I also prefer Christa's version, TBH, as Ben's simply doesn't make a lick of sense to me in terms of Kenny's character. Shooting Ben would have taken less than a second; more than enough time for Lee and Kenny to skedaddle out of that alley before the walkers could chow down on a juicy Macon/Florida combo.

    But for some reason, Kenny chooses to stay behind, because "it's something he has to do." What, being eaten alive? It might have been implied in the dialogue that Kenny wanted to rejoin Katjaa and Duck in the afterlife, but Kenny himself argued against that attitude less than one scene ago!

    Yeah, he could've mercy killed him and just left, but in Kenny's mind that was the same as leaving him to die and giving up. His decision not to try and save Shawn back at Hershel's farm haunted him throughout the game. You also have to consider that he felt responsible considering how he had kept wishing for Ben to die. Kenny couldn't live with that and was going to save Ben or die trying. His death wasn't suicide, it was sacrifice, despite how delusional it may have been. I'm sure he knew he wouldn't make it. However, Kenny killing Ben and going on wondering whether he could've done more to save him, just like with Katjaa and Duck, would add more to the great amount of pain he already had. I didn't agree with his decision, but I respect it and hope it brought him peace. You have to admit that the Ben version made Kenny's character come full circle.

    Anyway, as for my vote. I'm saying he's dead. What more can they do with Kenny as a character? It felt like he redeemed himself in both his deaths. I have a sneaking suspicion that they will bring him back though. Whatever Telltale decides to do, I trust they'll make it work somehow.

  • Im voting maybe but leaning to the side of yes,Kenny while being stubborn and loyal,also will have the thought to keep on living not giving up based on his speech before Ben's fall,he will never give up regardless to what he says,what Kenny says and does are two different things,.....in both instances we do not see him get bite,when he drops down into the warehouse there is a way out on a bridge under which we just walked,Kenny is fast walkers are slow,so it is possible there! And in the alley it looked harder to escape,could there have been a open sewer hole? hmmm maybe

  • Maybe, with the Christa version having a much higher chance of survival. You expect that room to not have a door in it somewhere? :rolleyes:

  • No, I want to think he survived, but I don't :(

  • @Robert Morgan said:
    I also prefer Christa's version, TBH, as Ben's simply doesn't make a lick of sense to me in terms of Kenny's character. Shooting Ben would have taken less than a second; more than enough time for Lee and Kenny to skedaddle out of that alley before the walkers could chow down on a juicy Macon/Florida combo.

    But for some reason, Kenny chooses to stay behind, because "it's something he has to do." What, being eaten alive? It might have been implied in the dialogue that Kenny wanted to rejoin Katjaa and Duck in the afterlife, but Kenny himself argued against that attitude less than one scene ago!


    My problem with the Christa scene was that the radio had no significance after that, despite losing Kenny over it. Maybe it's meant to be bittersweet that they got it back only to be for nothing?

    The Ben scene's on my main save, but I thought his ending scenario could have been more reasonable if his wound wasn't clearly going to fatal, and there was some semblance of a chance of getting him out of there. As is, it feels like Kenny was just choosing to stay and die with him.

    The line "I either save the kid or I get to see her," was what made me feel that Kenny was ready to end things there, even though he had just said to never stop struggling. He had to have known that there was no saving Ben at that point.

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