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Kenny dead or alive? (massively merged threads)

posted by Keupajer on - last edited - Viewed by 17.2K users
Am I the only one who thinks, that Kenny just might survived? I saw both ways, but none of them actually showed his dead. And in the ending reviews, it says, that we "lost him in a group of walkers".

So is he dead?
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  • Viser;727696 said:
    How woud he get away? The walkers were coming from both sides, one of them grabs Kenny. I'm pretty sure he got completely overwhelmed.
    This.

    Nobody could have survived that. :|
  • I swear to everything, I saw a sewage hole infront of the gate. Also theres a window to the right of ben.

    we didn't hear him scream, we didn't see him die. The rule is that if you never saw it die, there's a good chance it lived.

    Edit: Plus if it's unrealistic for ken to survive a herd of walkers, then it's unrealistic for lee to walk through a herd of walkers.
  • Eclipsev;730320 said:
    I swear to everything, I saw a sewage hole infront of the gate. Also theres a window to the right of ben.

    we didn't hear him scream, we didn't see him die. The rule is that if you never saw it die, there's a good chance it lived.

    Edit: Plus if it's unrealistic for ken to survive a herd of walkers, then it's unrealistic for lee to walk through a herd of walkers.
    you sir make a valid point. however all ken had was a hand gun wile good as a blunt weapon useless when you have to hit there head and not get bit. however he could have went down a sewage hole just like we did in ep 4 so who knows. its all to TTG and if they want to use him again.
  • Didn't Tyrese take out a few dozen zombies in a small locked down area of the prison with a crowbar/bat of some kind?

    Didn't a guy that was locked in an incredibly small space with a few dozen walkers manage to escape from a prison yard and get back into said prison to wreak havoc on an episode of The Walking Dead?

    Didn't Lee walk through a sea of walkers slashing without getting killed or even bitten?

    Didn't a guy track their group even after they got on a train and kidnap Clementine?

    Is it totally impossible that Kenny could have been knocked through a window or door and survived? We make it a point to see every death in this series and the only one we didn't (of a main story character) was Kenny. It's not that far fetched to assume he could have gotten away. In Episode four we all thought Chuck was alive, but guess what we saw a little bit later? His corpse.

    People that state Kenny living would ruin the realism of the series to date seem semi-retarded. All of the characters listed above should have died, but we didn't see their deaths and all popped back in the storyline at a later point. It's not impossible.
  • He seemed pretty suicidal to me, so he very well could have chosen to not escape even if he did have a way out. Sure he talked about not giving up, and to keep going on a minute or so earlier, but he lost too much. So after mercy killing Ben/lifting up Christa, I think that he just decided to keep fighting until the walkers overwhelmed him and finally make Kat proud by thinking of other people and giving his life for them.
  • Kenny is like Carley. Can die in two ways depending on gameplay and with just ilusions of possibilities that they survived. In TWD wiki's list of characters kenny is not even marked as "unknown" but as "dead".
  • Gman5852;730214 said:
    Didn't Tyrese have a melee weapon of some kind? Kenny certainly didn't.
    Unless you count that double thick skull Kenny is sporting....
  • I don't like the Kenny death. I feel if you killed Ben that should prevent Kenny's death, giving it some meaning. The chances aren't good, butI still have speculations.

    1) He wasn't visibly shot in the head like Carley or Katjaa. You don't even see him die.

    2) No screams whatsoever. Even if it was a "giving himself up" moment, there is still pain, and he used the last bullet to kill Ben if you saved him in Episode 4, so he couldn't have shot himself.

    3) Escapes. If there is one thing that I know about the walking Dead, it's that if you don't see a body, they're not 100% dead. On the show, Andrew was in a similar situation and he screamed then: Kenny didn't even do that. It's definetly possible at least. He started runing down the alley. He could have gone down a manhole or shattered a window. When you look down from the roof you see the swarm over Ben and a few over something else, but not eating. They could have been reaching down a manhole into the sewers.

    4) In the end character conclusions it says, "Lost in a herd a walkers." Why not just say dead? Why would Telltale leave that open if he was completely he was not just merely dead, but most sincerely dead?

    5) Why just leave Christa and Omid? A couple. Leave all the torn apart people to die and leave the last couple that you barely know alive. To have a defining link that is with the protaganist the whole story just die quick with no real emotional tole doesn't seem realistic as much as him escaping the herd isn't realistic. If this was actually realistic, thy wouldn't leave a pregnant woman and a wounded guy alive and and the capable people dead.

    6) This is different that Lee dying. People expected Lee to die, so the everyone dies attitude would presume Kenny dead as well. If he was alive, people wouldn't expect that. As much as people wanted to save Lee, once he was bit you knew it was over. Kenny is kind of a mystery.

    7) Tyreese was in the same situation. Yes he had a hammer , but a hammer isn't much either to not only kill someone but destroy every single brain completly. That showed me nothing is impossible. Knny could smash a few heads in I'm sure. He appereciated Lee's company for that and was able to killthe walkers at the gas stations grabbing Duck as he says at Hershel's farm.

    8) He ran off. After shooting Ben he clearly runs off screen pretty fast and we see or hear nothing more of him. The scene in the building is harder to tell but it is unlikely he killed himself after that speech and we still hear nothing. So he could have escaped and he wasn't even trapped. The alley wasn't one way. He could have forced out the other side.

    So yes, the odds aren't good for him. He's more likey dead than alive, but don't close the door on Kenny yet. Something tells me Telltale wouldn't have cause this suspicion and left the door open if they weren't planning something.
  • Pipe Dream that some of us would like to see.

    I for one, hated Kenny's guts so :D
  • I'm afraid but,
    no way...
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