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Who Should be the Most Responsible for the Group's Downfall?

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Lately, I've been seeing more of that who killed who again, and it poses an interesting question.

Who really was the biggest threat in Season 1?

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  • Unless you guys are willing to have a civilized argument. Drop it please!

  • It was dropped sometime ago, it is fully under control at least coming from me.

  • I have to say that it was a mix of Kenny and Ben. Ben was trading with the bandits and lied about it. Kenny killed Larry thus making Lilly mentally unstable. Kenny was always arguing with Lilly this making the Motor Inn unstable and on the verge of collapsing. These two lead to the downfall of the group and the Motor Inn. Or at least that's my take on it.

  • I'd say the St. John's. They mark the end of the happiest time the group would spend together. The visit to the dairy costs Lee's group Mark and Larry. Being trapped in the meat locker not only stressed out Larry to the point of having a heart attack, but compelled a freaked out Kenny (and Lee) to smash his head in. Larry's death is a major catalyst in Lilly's breakdown, resulting in Carley/Doug's murder. The St. John's started the group down a dark path... the entire group is shaken and changed after that incident. Kenny hardly treats people the same after that... Clementine is more fearful... You get the picture.

  • @VengefulKenny said: I'd say the St. John's. They mark the end of the happiest time the group would spend together. The visit to the dairy costs Lee's group Mark and Larry. Being trapped in the meat locker not only stressed out Larry to the point of having a heart attack, but compelled a freaked out Kenny (and Lee) to smash his head in. Larry's death is a major catalyst in Lilly's breakdown, resulting in Carley/Doug's murder. The St. John's started the group down a dark path... the entire group is shaken and changed after that incident. Kenny hardly treats people the same after that... Clementine is more fearful... You get the picture.



    Godammit Ben!! you JUST joined the group and you lure 2 canobalistic sickos to us let them feed us human meat and then get larry killed.
    ben= bad luck

  • Ben wins hands down for the downfall of the group. Tensions were already at a boiling point after the death of Larry, and his stealing only caused the emotionally unstable Lilly to crack and kill either Carley/Doug, Kenny to breakdown from the loss of his family, causing Chuck's death due to his cowardice, causing Brie to die due to his wrongful timing and lastly, Kenny's according to my playthrough.

    Putting all those aside, he is an utter liability to the team with his cowardice and weakness and even till the end, didn't do anything that redeemed himself.

    To all those who support him, I can't for the life of me figure out why. In times of danger is when the true nature of the person is shown. By leaving Clementine to be killed by zombies who was his best friend...just shows how much "goodness" he has in him

  • Ben. And this is why:
    @Shangz said: [...]Tensions were already at a boiling point after the death of Larry, and his stealing only caused the emotionally unstable Lilly to crack and kill either Carley/Doug, Kenny to breakdown from the loss of his family, causing Chuck's death due to his cowardice, causing Brie to die due to his wrongful timing and lastly, Kenny's according to my playthrough.[...]

  • 1. He brought his friend to the inn, who turned into a zombie
    2. He stole supplies
    3. Which caused Duck to get bitten
    4. And Lilly to kill Carley
    5. And Katjaa's suicide
    6. He left Clementine for dead
    7. He removed the axe from the door
    8. Causing Brie's death
    9. And his own

  • Ben...it all goes back to Ben.

  • BENNNN is such a screw up, I mean I will give you money if you can think of a bigger screw up.

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