Anyone find it odd that Lee choose not to
Go into detail about why he killed somebody in Episode 3 when you choose who to tell about your past. I know that he still killed someone regardless of the circumstances, but I found it odd that he never clarifies why he killed somebody to ensure that no one gets the wrong idea when he tells them; like he murdered someone in a robbery or something. We know the reason, but the other characters, except for Carly, are left in the dark about his motives.
I think if he told everyone that he caught his wife cheating with someone and he accidentally killed him when he fought the guy, they would understand much more. In the end, everyone seemed to understand Lee's decision, but to me, it was just odd that Lee did not feel the need to elaborate on the circumstances of the murder since it really does make it much more understandable and puts it into better context.
When playing through that particular scenario, I really wish that we had a dialogue option to explain the incident more so that everyone knows the exact nature of Lee's crime. I understand why he choose not to tell Clem as she might not understand the reason at such a young age, though she proved to be incredibly smart and bright for her age. Did anyone else find it odd that we were never given the option to better explain the incident when given the choice to confess the crime to Kenny and everyone else?
Last edited by darknessofheart; 02/24/2013 at 10:26 am.