Originally Posted by greenj2
I'm wondering if people have any general rules or codes of conduct they look to when faced with making a tough decision in a split second.
For example, I've seen people on these boards mention that they generally try to protect women and children first in times of danger.
My code of conduct is what's sane
. Duck is easiest to save, therefore I'm more likely to get to Shawn sooner. Duck saved, and the rest didn't work out for some stupid reason.
Ok, Lilly is kind of right, they took a risk letting us come into the drug store. Duh.
No, Larry, I am not throwing the kid out with the bathwater till I see teeth marks.
No, Kenny, I don't think we should try to start a physical altercation with the big beefy man. They might kick us out, so yeah, I'm reasoning with him.
I'm going for Carly, because her gun moves faster than my feet, and after saving herself, she should be able to pivot and save Doug. Carly was too slow; that sucked. Overall, I keep her, because I like her. Doug is kind of meh and I think that line about thinking Lee is a great guy is the writer's last ditch effort to form an emotional connection with the player. It sucked, and it was weird.
And so on and so forth.