Originally Posted by Wrighty
Saying a character did that because "thats how TT designed the game" isnt really a great argument. I could say that you can lose Kenny's loyalty and have him not help Clem because thats how the game was designed and doesnt reflect on his character at all. Is it Using some game evidence and then disregarding another piece because its how the game was designed just seems stupid.
And they could hardly wait until Larry was up and biting people before doing anything. The guy was freaking huge and the only safe and sensible time to kill Larry was before he reaminated. The guy was a freaking time bomb and if he died immediatly after the heart attack, then he was probably seconds from reaminating. It was a last resort. And i hope that never happens aswell, but I dont have any family members Larry sized. And i probably wouldnt be locked in a small room with my dieing family member anyway.
He destroyed one, ruined another and possibly saved the lives of literally everyone in the group. If Larry turned, four people probably die in the meat locker, two more are kept captive and possibly eaten and another two are approaching and have no freaking clue whats going on.
My Kenny helped me fight Danny, so i dont know what youre talking about :P
I wouldnt really blame him if he didnt, the guy had a gun and Kenny did not. And you had just made him do something which will haunt him for the rest of his life.
Andy was holding Duck hostage and Kenny was freaking the hell out. He was desperate to free Duck ASAP and thought he could rush Andy in time. I dont blame him, i could hardly imagine what its like, seeing you're son held at gunpoint by a sick twisted cannibal.
Kenny hasnt really done anything that makes me think he is stupid. When his family is not at risk, he thinks things through, like the girl situation and with the food, and makes the right call. When his family is threatened or have been recently killed, then he is less likely and i understand that totally.
Lol, You're just not getting it dude. You're saying that Lee gets a ride from Kenny because Kenny has a code of ethics. Uh no. Go back and replay the game dude, one of the first things Kenny tells Lee is that he can use someone to busts heads together. You act as if Kenny is doing Lee a favor out of his infinite goodness yet fail to address the real motive for his actions in taking lee which is that he's using Lee as a means to protect his family. Do you not understand this?
You yourself wrote that it doesn't matter if you are good or bad to Kenny because he will take Lee anyway which proves my point. If Lee was an asshole to Kenny, why would Kenny take Lee?
Would Kenny take a chance against the safety of his family by taking an asshole in his RV?
Would it be ethical to keep a dangerous "urban" asshole around his family or does Kenny's code of ethics only apply to Lee?
So does Kenny have a choice on whether he takes Lee or not in the game?
Did telltale design the game so that Kenny and Lee must go together to macon?
Are you missing something???
Im not the one disregarding evidence, you're the one who selectively chooses what u see. All of it:
Ep 1 - He abandons Shawn, literally runs off, even though his child is safe
Ep 2 - He suggests you might be useful at lockpicking because you're "urban"
Ep 2 - He kills Larry as you're trying to save him
Ep 2 - He tells you he'll back you up handling Danny St John, instead he leaves you to die
Ep 3 - He causes a massive argument at the motel over leaving and is the root cause of the paranoia that leads to Carley, Duck and Katjaa dying.
Ep 3 - He once again leaves you to die as you're trapped under a door
Ep 3 - He drops you while trying to get on the truck
Ep 3 - He fucks you over by blabbing about the girl you kill/leave to die infront of Clem
Ep 3 - He tells you your criminal past will be a factor in getting a place on his boat
Ep 3 - He tells you to leave Lilly behind to die, both at the motel and on the road
Ep 4 - He drops you again when trying to escape up the fire escape.
Ep 4 - He wills you to let Ben die
Ep 4 - He refuses to help save Clem
Take a good look at Kenny's craptacular actions. The burden is on you to rebutt the presumption and so far all I hear is semantics. His actions speak for themselves.