(Ep.2 SPOILERS!) Did anyone actually kill the St. John. Brothers?

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  • I howled out a roaring "It's OVER!" and spartan kicked the fat ass into his fate.

  • I killed Danny but left Andy alive to be eaten by the walkers. Felt like a fitting end for a cannibal.

  • Perfect.

    Clemenem posted: »

    I howled out a roaring "It's OVER!" and spartan kicked the fat ass into his fate.

  • edited January 2015

    i chose in the game to take them both out since there a danger to other survivors and someone said there was a scrapped st john brother line that hinted he was more then a cannibal

    TWDxKenny1 posted: »

    Perfect.

  • I think they die either way, cause walkers start coming in as soon as the group leaves the farm.

  • i know but i did not wanna take the risk

    I think they die either way, cause walkers start coming in as soon as the group leaves the farm.

  • Did anyone actually kill the St. John. Brothers?

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    I wiped both of those sick, twisted fucks from ever harming anyone ever again... and I thoroughly enjoyed it too. Fuck them both.

  • and hey that ingame scrapped line for 1 of the st john brothers hinted he was a pedo so yep you made the right choice just like i did in my play

    Did anyone actually kill the St. John. Brothers? I wiped both of those sick, twisted fucks from ever harming anyone ever again... and I thoroughly enjoyed it too. Fuck them both.

  • Holy shit, one of them was a pedo, huh? Well, this just proves that shoving a steel pitchfork through one of their ribcages then kicking the other fucker into a electric fence is the right choice.

    Lehfeels posted: »

    and hey that ingame scrapped line for 1 of the st john brothers hinted he was a pedo so yep you made the right choice just like i did in my play

  • Killing them never felt so good and relieving.
    Two less sick monsters in the world.

    Holy shit, one of them was a pedo, huh? Well, this just proves that shoving a steel pitchfork through one of their ribcages then kicking the other fucker into a electric fence is the right choice.

  • I killed both St.John brothers, I couldn't see them getting back to normal. They would just continue doing what they were doing. Although I do regret having Clementine witness it. At the time I also wasn't sure how long our choices would last and I did not want them coming back.

  • I did not kill them thanks to Clementine's constant judgment of my character boo hoo, but they probably were killed by the zombie horde anyways. Also if you tell Clem that you are not sure what happened to the two brothers, she will appreciate the honesty and smile, I don't think she smiles with any other dialogue options.

  • It's been a while since I played s1,but I think on my first playthru I didn't kill Danny, but I did beat the mega shit outta Andy and kicked him into the fence. But subsequent playthrus I kill both of them. They were dangerous and Andy tried to electrocute Marc and Lee when they're clearing the fence by turning it on early b/c he wouldn't have heard their screams until AFTER the bandits attack and Andy turns on the fence BEFORE the bandits attack- Mofo.

  • Danny was the pedophile

    Holy shit, one of them was a pedo, huh? Well, this just proves that shoving a steel pitchfork through one of their ribcages then kicking the other fucker into a electric fence is the right choice.

  • edited January 2015

    (In response to TWDxKenny1)

    Agreed. After that asshole pulled Clementine's hair, I was completely deadlocked into making him suffer. Never had a game made me such an efficient killer than after I had escaped the meat locker.

    TWDxKenny1 posted: »

    Killing them never felt so good and relieving. Two less sick monsters in the world.

  • (in response to Everyone'sClemInTime)

    No kiddin'.
    The only thing I really can say I regretted a bit was Clementine witnessing it, but after talking to her, she understands WHY I had too. They were evil men, and leaving them alive would be a MAJOR MAJOR risk. A risk that could cost us our lives, Motor Inn, etc.
    Plus, it was Justice. Those fuckers got what was coming to them, and I can sleep at night knowing two cannibals are extracted from such a cruel and cold world.

    (In response to TWDxKenny1) Agreed. After that asshole pulled Clementine's hair, I was completely deadlocked into making him suffer. Never had a game made me such an efficient killer than after I had escaped the meat locker.

  • And when does it imply that? The only thing weird about him other then being a cannibal is him wanting to fuck his gun.

    Aerie88 posted: »

    Danny was the pedophile

  • I killed the first brother in the barn. Regretted it when Clem saw it. If I would have known she was going to see it I would not have done it. At that time during my play through, I was trying to keep her sheltered from all the bad things going on in the world. Later, when I was punching the hell out of the other brother, I noticed the group looking at me as if I was some kind of monster, so that made me stop and I just left. A bit emotional listening to that brother cry out for me to finish him while the walkers surrounded him. You even got a glimpse of the mom coming out of the house to eat him (nice touch TellTale!).

    However, I started getting a different mindset a bit further into the season when I started to teach Clem how to shoot. It made sense to stop being so soft and try to toughen her up. That's carrying over now that I'm playing season 2

    This is why TellTale's Walking Dead series is amazing. lol I'm enjoying it so much.

  • Killed them with no regret nor looking back. They were monsters ffs.

  • I killed Danny (didn't know Clem was watching) but not Andy.

  • I've always thought Danny is just a psychopath, who sees no other way but cruelty and cannibalsim (probably raised this way), but Andy is different. He is smarter, he knows other, better paths but intentionally choosed the wrong one. That makes him even more evil than his brother.

  • Yes, I killed them both only because I thought they were too dangerous and could try to harm other people.If they remain alive,nothing stops them from trapping another group so I wanted to avoid that.

  • I killed them both. They didn't deserve to live and I wanted Clementine to learn to value justice higher than mercy, although there is a fine thin line between them. I definitely don't mean that I tried to manipulate her how and what to think but they cutted off Mark's legs ffs and literally nothing could justify something so cruel, twisted and inhumane in my opinion. I don't care if they were starving. They could have find food in other, different, better ways. You don't hurt innocent people. My only regret is that I didn't know if shoving a pitchfork through Dany's chest or letting him being devoured alive by zombies would be more painful.

    The weird thing is that the car and supplies scene in the end of the episode kinda mirrors/symbolises St. John's ideal, don't you think?
    Is it right to resort to thiefery and murder to save yourself and the people you care about? That is up to each and everyone to decide on their own, and obviously there is no black or white. "Even if there is a God and I had His teachings before me, I would still think it through and decide if it was right or wrong myself."

  • ill have to replay season 1 i did stupid things like taking the supplies (mainly because i liked the red jacket) and shooting that save lots person which was my 1st playthrough but i might have to change alot of my choices in my next playthrough in my 2nd play ill have to change up since im looking back at it now and i had alot of good choices but some were just not the best choices

    peachflower posted: »

    I killed them both. They didn't deserve to live and I wanted Clementine to learn to value justice higher than mercy, although ther

  • yeah, we've all done things we regret

    Lehfeels posted: »

    ill have to replay season 1 i did stupid things like taking the supplies (mainly because i liked the red jacket) and shooting tha

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