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Who's death seemed the worst/most painful?

posted by HiggsBoson2142 on - last edited - Viewed by 2.4K users
Seriously. Some deaths in this game were pretty depressing.
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  • I'm surprised not even one person has voted for the balcony impaling. It looks like they're going for the slow deaths...

    The thing is, Ben was in shock after he got impaled. He couldn't feel the pain, at first he said he was okay and was ready to get up and go. His death was caused by Kenny who shot him in the head so the walkers couldn't devour him.
  • Fival.

    Starving to death is a slow way to go, it probably took him weeks to die.

    And it wouldn't have been an easy death.
  • DreadMagus wrote: »
    Fival.

    Starving to death is a slow way to go, it probably took him weeks to die.

    And it wouldn't have been an easy death.

    And he's a kid who was probably scared shitless.
  • DreadMagus wrote: »
    Fival.

    Starving to death is a slow way to go, it probably took him weeks to die.

    And it wouldn't have been an easy death.
    I'd imagine he'd die of dehydration first, eh?
  • CarScar wrote: »
    I'd imagine he'd die of dehydration first, eh?

    He looked pretty starved, and water would be far easier to get than food... depending on how long the utilities continued to run.
  • Zeruis wrote: »
    To the you the truth, I don't think that Ben felt the ACTUAL impaling. He said that his leg was hurt. It was only after Kenny tried to pull him when he started to feel the pain.

    I know that. It's just, that doesn't change the fact that a giant scrap of metal went through his body.
  • DreadMagus wrote: »
    He looked pretty starved, and water would be far easier to get than food... depending on how long the utilities continued to run.
    Usually takes a person three weeks to starve to death (perhaps shorter for Fival because he's so tiny?) and I just assumed he'd ran out of water during like his first week of starvation and died that way. I mean he did die with an empty water bottle by his side and water was probably quite scarce too.

    I'm just being nitpicky though sooooooooooo nvm.
  • there were no zombies in the house. why did the kid stay up there
  • marcu5 wrote: »
    there were no zombies in the house. why did the kid stay up there

    He was afraid of their racism.
  • marcu5 wrote: »
    there were no zombies in the house. why did the kid stay up there

    Maybe he was just scared, or probably his parent's told him to stay up there until they get back.
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