Originally Posted by ZeroShoot
Yup, that's what I mean, you have to teach her how to shoot, disregarding how you feel about it, Chuck talked some sense into you, he made you listen to reason, but you were not given the choice to accept or decline his advice. I thought yeah, she definitely should learn to shoot, but I can imagine some people still thought, that she is a little girl, and she shouldn't use guns, but they weren't free to just... not teach her, but if they made a decision where you could choose, whether or not to teach her how to shoot, and then depending on that choice, they could have made different endings or scenes here and there. For example: if you brought her to Crawford and taught her how to shoot, she saves Molly, if you brought her, but never taught her how to handle a gun, she can't pull the trigger. Little thing, but big meaning, as that means she wouldn't be able to kill the stranger either if Lee fails to defeat him, and perhaps she won't be able to survive on her own out there without Lee. I hope such things will be featured in S2, that it is up to us to really prepare her, and that we are given the freedom to do it our way, not a canon way, but unique ways.
Well choice in games needs to have some boarders. If for some reason the right way to go would be to teach her how to use gun and you dont, what would happen? People would die, she might die even lee in another way. Players would not like that their choice was "the wrong one".
Again it's an interactive tv-show. I dont wanna say your choices are "small" cause they really are not, a better word would be that there is not that much freedom in what you do.
I for one thinks it's mandatory that she learns how to use a gun, but then again it would be fun to have it so you can just ignore it, lee dies and then she is out in this world and does not know how to shoot, rofl.