Originally Posted by Zombieface
So many spared them! So many are so weak!
Now I ended up sparing them, but I honestly thought that there would have been time LATER for the group to decide what to do to them.
With Danny in the barn, he was already trapped. Katjaa and Duck were still in danger. I figured "Guarantee everyone's safety, THEN come back."
Brenda got bitten by Walker Mark, Katjaa was safe - we still had to find Duck.
Andy was tough. In the end, though, he had lost everything. He WANTED to die. Everyone was watching, but I didn't see the need for vengeance in their faces - I saw a group of people who wanted nothing more than to leave. So I picked to leave, and would have dealt with the consequences of either/both of them returning later. Then the fence gave out, and a Walker army descended upon the farm. I'm pretty sure the St. John's are gone for good.
Now, this goes in line with my rule that we don't kill ANYONE who is not a direct threat to my safety or the safety of my group. (Jolene was the ONLY exception to this rule, and it was because I was more interested in what she was going to say about Danny than anything else).
Also, there is a little bit of poetic justice about leaving the brother's alive. Who would have thought that the very thing that they resorted to in the same of "survival" (cannibalism) is the very thing that led to their downfall. Danny is genuinely confused
that you chose not to kill him. Andy was a man who had lost everything. They spend the last moments of their lives in this state.