slough wrote: »
I didn't want Clementine to see. She was already plenty upset at me for killing Larry, which was necessary; killing two brothers who are defenseless in some way and do not pose an active threat isn't something I wanted to show her.
lucid616 wrote: »
Leaving andy alive is a worse wrong than killing him and danny because they are just going to kill more people and possibly get you eventually. No thanks Ill kill them and show my group how to deal with problems right away. Like people who cut the legs off mark and were GOING TO KILL ALL OF US!!!
Perfect_Cell wrote: »
I did not kill the first because he was trapped in a bear trap anyway with two sickle marks in his chest, I did not kill the second because i had already beaten him damn well to near death and then noticed the incoming walkers.
Phoenix VII wrote: »
In one of the Talking Dead episodes the Telltale folks mentioned that 55% of players killed Danny, so probably what happened is that when most players heard Clementine scream they didn't want to kill someone else in front of Clem.
As for me, I killed both, after Mark and Larry died I had no reason to spare them and my Lee isn't the kind of person to give a hostile party a chance to come back for revenge. And while I'm as nice as I can be to Clem, if I think she's wrong about something then I do things my way.
cormoran wrote: »
By killing them you let them off lightly, in leaving them you leave them to the horrible death of being eaten alive by zombies.
lucid616 wrote: »
When I completed episode 2 and I was among the small percentage of people who had killed both St. Johns Brothers.... What is wrong with people!! They would have eaten you alive lest they had the chance!!!
dubesor wrote: »
Also the way they have set up the potential killing of Andy seemed like a choice between your group or selfish rage.
dustpuffs wrote: »
I killed both brothers. Sure, Danny is caught in a bear trap. But for all I know, his brother has a blowtorch, and the second I leave him his brother will free him, and then he's a danger again. With Andy, I decided to kill him before I ever saw walkers getting into the farm. Again, I felt he would be dangerous if left alive. He could have had a gun stashed nearby, and starting firing on my group the second I turned my back. These two have just chopped off my friends legs and caused his death, then locked up most of the rest of our group to be killed later. I wasn't taking any chances with them.
bonus20pts wrote: »
Killed both of them. I was just angry, I guess.
trd84 wrote: »
They killed the first one then seen sad Clem, so spared the second one
IndigoHawk wrote: »
I didn't feel bad about killing the St Johns, and I too was surprised how few people killed them. The St Johns were a danger not only to your group but to anyone who met them.
However, as I thought about it more, I regretted how it was done. There was no reason for Lee to decide on his own (it should have been put to a vote) and people could have decided whether they wanted to watch the executions or not. Kids didn't need to see it.
The people who just wanted to get their group and leave the St Johns alive are pretty irresponsible. And the people who wanted the St Johns to be eaten by zombies (instead of executed) are into revenge, not justice.
Firewallcano wrote: »
I didn't kill either and I've regretted it ever since. I was naive letting them live, yes I spared clem seeing them die but what if they come back? Something tells me Andy at least is out there a remaining threat to clem. I think they are the main reason I play more ruthless now, so I don't feel that regret again