Your First Death

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  • edited March 2014

    ...I don't think I died in Season One. At least, not on my first playthrough. I believe on my second playthrough I died when climbing up the stairs in Episode 4, but i'm positive I made it through the whole of Season One without dying the first time through.

    Season Two however, is a different story. I died fighting the walker in the shed. Totally didn't see the hammer. sigh

  • CathalOHaraCathalOHara Moderator
    edited March 2014

    Season One: When attacking the Walker when hiding behind the RV in Episode 1. I didn't expect to see the prompt to show up again after already hitting the Walker. I very rarely died in the game though, only other time I did is when I was climbing the tower shooting the Walkers down with the shotgun after Lee's leg got jammed in a step.

    400 Days: During Bonnie's story when running through the cornfield. I messed up there. Only time I did die in 400 Days though.

    Season Two: None yet thankfully, hope it stays that way.

  • Season 1 - When I was killed by Sandra in the QTE event, because I didn't find the E button soon enough even though I know the letters off the keyboard by instinct. Embarassing moment for me.

    400 Days - No deaths.

    Season 2 - No deaths so far, though I think my luck may change.

  • edited March 2014

    "had to had the he was a 'terrible poster'"?

    I never said any such thing.

    Point of fact I gave them important advice to avoid terrible posting or to appear as a sub-par forumsgoer.

    There was absolutely no had to having, Zyphon.

    You really should pay attention to what you read and write...lest you be mistaken for a terrible poster.

    Zyphon posted: »

    ...Are you really so delusional as to think that of yourself? Lemoncakes, you've done nothing on this forum but be mean for the sa

  • As I said, typos happen. My point still stands.

    Lemoncakes posted: »

    "had to had the he was a 'terrible poster'"? I never said any such thing. Point of fact I gave them important advice to avoi

  • I died like 8times at one part. Where Lee is walking to that woman of the St.Jones and she is pointing the gun at katja.
    Lee kept walking by himself and he came to close eachtime and she shot me every time while i didnt even walk

  • No it doesn't.

    Zyphon posted: »

    As I said, typos happen. My point still stands.

  • Season 1: Episode 2, in the farm house trying to get the crazy lady to walk backwards up the stairs and get attacked without being shot. Only I got shot, a lot.

    Season 2: Episode 1, surprise zombie attack!

  • First death was in episode 4, when I failed to grab Molly's hand.

  • Yay! You got Bonnie killed!!! Alt text

    Season 1 - When your about to start punching Andy didnt realise what you have to press on console (it had been A for every other

  • Yes it does.

    Down troll!

    Lemoncakes posted: »

    No it doesn't.

  • Season 1: Brenda shot me in the face a couple of times when The dialogue options got switched and I accidentally called her a bitch, threatened her, etc.

    Season 2: Messd up during the walker fight at the lodge. I think it was the part where you have to shoot the Walker with the hunting rifle. Poor Clem got her intestines ripped out. D: It was...disturbing to say the least, much more so than any of the S1 deaths.

  • edited March 2014

    No it doesn't.

    His points were based entirely on presuppositions which I proved demonstrably false.

    Sorry if that makes you mad.

    Viva-La-Lee posted: »

    Yes it does. Down troll!

  • How? You can't just say it doesn't. You were mean for the sake of being mean, as you always are.

    Lemoncakes posted: »

    No it doesn't.

  • Sorry, but you didn't prove anything, you just said that my point didn't stand without giving any further reasoning, as seems to be the case with you most of the time. You just make a claim and then don't back it up, later saying you "proved" something.

    Lemoncakes posted: »

    No it doesn't. His points were based entirely on presuppositions which I proved demonstrably false. Sorry if that makes you mad.

  • Yes it does.

    I can't believe you're still typing. I knew I was stubborn. .. but damn even this is testing my ability to return to the same redundant thread.

    Lemoncakes posted: »

    No it doesn't. His points were based entirely on presuppositions which I proved demonstrably false. Sorry if that makes you mad.

  • What is it with terrible posters?

    Zyphon posted: »

    What is it with you and calling people terrible posters? The hilarity that I found from the hypocrisy that radiates from your comm

  • The first death I can remember was this dumb glitch that always happens at the beginning of episode 3 I believe. Whenever I try to kill the pilot zombie, my iOS doesn't let me even though I kept pressing the damn screen lol. And in season 2, I died when Clem was about to kill the shed zombie because I didn't see the hammer.

  • I really don't know, although, with you being one, would you care to explain to the rest of us?

    Lemoncakes posted: »

    What is it with terrible posters?

  • In season one, I think my first death was in episode 2, either with "PUT THE GUN DOWN, BITCH" or where you're hiding in a barn stall after escaping the meat locker and Danny's standing in front of it so he can jumpscare you and shoot you, that caught me by surprise. ;-;

    In season 2 I think my first death was seeing what happens if you let the man take you away at the beginning of episode one. He sure is a dick. ;-;

  • edited March 2014

    No I wasn't.

    "had to had the he was a 'terrible poster'"?

    I never said any such thing.

    Point of fact I gave them important advice to avoid terrible posting or to appear as a sub-par forumsgoer.

    I was being helpful.

    You declared I called him a terrible poster.

    I never did.

    Your basis for declaring me "mean" was false.

    You're wrong.

    You're demonstrably wrong by your own established criteria.

    In fact the majority of your posting, Zyphon, centers around you saying I'm mean because I make you or others feel bad and then repeatedly stating falsehoods. I'm half wondering if you're trolling me in which case...impressive.

    Zyphon posted: »

    How? You can't just say it doesn't. You were mean for the sake of being mean, as you always are.

  • edited March 2014

    You should leave if you're not having fun, Viva. You've clearly fallen out of sync and lost your temper earlier.

    Viva-La-Lee posted: »

    Yes it does. I can't believe you're still typing. I knew I was stubborn. .. but damn even this is testing my ability to return to the same redundant thread.

  • No Zyphon I meant it in the mundane, prosaic, sub-par and inferior sense...not the biblical.

    Zyphon posted: »

    I really don't know, although, with you being one, would you care to explain to the rest of us?

  • I did? Can you point that out to me? Because so far I've only been enjoying myself or, more recently, uninterested. Don't recall 'losing my temper,' at any point.

    Lemoncakes posted: »

    You should leave if you're not having fun, Viva. You've clearly fallen out of sync and lost your temper earlier.

  • In Clem's House. I hit the zombie twice in the head and thought she had enough. Then she fucking sprung at me.

  • Defensiveness doesn't help your case, Viva. Calm down.

    Viva-La-Lee posted: »

    I did? Can you point that out to me? Because so far I've only been enjoying myself or, more recently, uninterested. Don't recall 'losing my temper,' at any point.

  • Don't mind them trolls Viva found all that hilarious last night just bit of fun there just trying to troll again poorly

    Viva-La-Lee posted: »

    Yes it does. I can't believe you're still typing. I knew I was stubborn. .. but damn even this is testing my ability to return to the same redundant thread.

  • "even if it's a tell-tale sign that you're a terrible poster,"

    Besides. A terrible posy is in the eye of the beholder. What was terrible to you, or a subpar post, was good to others.

    Perhaps you should change your perspective on life. Instead of being a common lowly cynic, be.. I don't know.... not so terrible?

    Lemoncakes posted: »

    No I wasn't. "had to had the he was a 'terrible poster'"? I never said any such thing. Point of fact I gave th

  • Still waiting.

    Lemoncakes posted: »

    Defensiveness doesn't help your case, Viva. Calm down.

  • Haha last night was fun. Now I'm just here because I feel obligated xD

    Markd4547 posted: »

    Don't mind them trolls Viva found all that hilarious last night just bit of fun there just trying to troll again poorly

  • The reason you only quoted a segment of that sentence was because if you had quoted all of it it would show, again, that I never called or even insinuated ArthurMatrix was a terrible poster.

    Here's the full quote:

    I kind of understand people who use "your" incorrectly even if it's a tell-tale sign that you're a terrible poster but...really?

    ArthurMatrix was repeatedly using "you're" incorrectly, which was intriguing and required explanation.

    Argumentation and correct spelling and grammar isn't subjective Viva but, alas, now that you've gone into that rabbit hole of relativism you can't come out. You no longer have any standing to call anything terrible or make normative statements regarding the terribleness of posting, whether it's in regard to me or anyone else.

    Sorry.

    Viva-La-Lee posted: »

    "even if it's a tell-tale sign that you're a terrible poster," Besides. A terrible posy is in the eye of the beholder. What was

  • Viva we're not going to be able to have an adult conversation until you relax, I mean it.

    You've already talked about your desire and objective to be offensive in this thread and, I'm sorry, that's just not an appropriate stance for engagement.

    Viva-La-Lee posted: »

    Still waiting.

  • ...Wait, was that your comeback? Seriously? I gotta say, I expected a little more from you.

    Lemoncakes posted: »

    No Zyphon I meant it in the mundane, prosaic, sub-par and inferior sense...not the biblical.

  • edited March 2014

    I have absolutely no expectations of you, Zyphon, save that you'll reply to this with poor posting.

    You've been shown to be wrong on and subsequently abandoned every single point you've tried to raise in argument against me.

    Your last two posts in this reply-chain can be summed up as "I know you are but what am I?" followed by "Psh, whatever man".

    You're burnt out. You're angry. You're at a loss for how to purge yourself of these negative emotions but, like Viva, keep returning out of "obligation". The saddest part is that you pretty much confirm it's only to bash your head against a wall since designating me as a "troll" who makes disingenuous arguments for the sake of getting a rise out of people declares the Sisyphean and pointless nature of your toil.

    If you had any sense, you'd stop replying.

    But you just can't do it, can you?

    Zyphon posted: »

    ...Wait, was that your comeback? Seriously? I gotta say, I expected a little more from you.

  • I don't remember my first death in Season 1. It was probably at the scene with Danny though.

    My first death in Season 2 however, was when Nick was distracting the walkers for Clementine in Episode 2. I couldn't decide whether or not to leave him or not. So the timer ran out and I died.

  • edited March 2014

    You know, there isn't a very fine line between "asshole" and "being helpful". In fact, the distinction is quite clear, so I must conclude that you are either blind to that particular distinction, or that you are delusional, quite possibly a combination of the two.

    I kind of understand people who use "your" incorrectly even if it's a tell-tale sign that you're a terrible poster but...really?

    Yeah, that doesn't really look very helpful to me. In fact, it looks like you said that people who use the wrong form of "your" are terrible posters, or at least display signs of being such. In no way does it looks like you were correcting him and telling him he should be more careful lest he be mistaken for a terrible poster.

    Regardless, I don't expect you to admit that you bully users, are an asshole, or however else it could be said, because you've already shown an impressive amount of denial in how you treat others. What you see as helpful, almost everyone else here sees as being objectively negative or mean without a purpose.

    And the majority of my posting here has been constructive, considering theories, talking about characters, etc. Another good portion of it is spent on writing or other creative activities, and then the rest, let's say 5%, is used to deal with trolls and/or assholes such as yourself.

    Lemoncakes posted: »

    No I wasn't. "had to had the he was a 'terrible poster'"? I never said any such thing. Point of fact I gave th

  • edited March 2014

    Grammar and spelling in itself is not subjective, but your perspective of what that means of a person is. You say that it's a tell tale sign that they are a "terrible poster". I say it could easily be a simple typo, or in this case, they do not know english very well.

    And even if they simply don't know the distinction, what does their spelling or grammar have to do with the quality of their ideas and thoughts? Absolutely nothing.

    Lemoncakes posted: »

    The reason you only quoted a segment of that sentence was because if you had quoted all of it it would show, again, that I never c

  • edited March 2014

    I'd say that certain people do legitimately enjoy dealing with trolls and/or assholes. It's not necessarily always being defensive.

    Lemoncakes posted: »

    Defensiveness doesn't help your case, Viva. Calm down.

  • I kind of understand people who use "your" incorrectly even if it's a tell-tale sign that you're a terrible poster but...really?

    How do you screw this up twice but spell manage to spell "dying" right?

    .

    You say that he says things that are a telltale sign of a bad poster. You are saying he is a bad poster.

    Correct spelling and grammar are not subjective, but to think that directly transfers into the wellness of a post is. As I said, you found problems with the post. Most others did not. How good a post is is completely subjective.

    I can call out your posts are terrible, because as the majority if the forum would agree, they are. And as we all know, majority rules.

    Lemoncakes posted: »

    The reason you only quoted a segment of that sentence was because if you had quoted all of it it would show, again, that I never c

  • Still waiting.

    Lemoncakes posted: »

    Viva we're not going to be able to have an adult conversation until you relax, I mean it. You've already talked about your desire and objective to be offensive in this thread and, I'm sorry, that's just not an appropriate stance for engagement.

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