Chrizza wrote: »
Letting her live with the thought that Lee turned into a walker because she didn't do anything is by far more disturbing than letting her kill him.
Shrewsbury Survivor wrote: »
That scene killed me.
Pride wrote: »
Can you even imagine for how long Lee would be suffering there, being a walker and handcuffed to a pole in a locked building?
He would stuck there like that for who knows how long!
If anything I do think it would make it easier on Clem's conscience if she'd shot him.
Fast forward , say, two years. Whenever she were to think of Lee she'd have to remember that she left him there to turn, and that he's probably still stuck there in the same position. I know MY conscience would be heavy if that were my situation.
short_stack wrote: »
i had her shoot me, it makes her a stronger person.
Rock114 wrote: »
Personally, I had her shoot Lee because I reasoned that Lee didn't want to become a walker any more than Clem wanted him to. Plus, I think that if I had the chance to put my father/guardian out of their misery before they turned, but I left them there to reanimate, I'd hate myself for not having the strength to make sure they didn't become a monster. Plus, Clem will never have to imagine Lee as a walker because she knows that she put him out of his misery,
DreadMagus wrote: »
I felt it was a lesson she NEEDED to learn to survive.