Pass me that can, Duck.

Once again, I'm curious to see how other players played the game. When Kenny refers to Clem as "duck" by accident, you have three options:
"Kenny..."
"Leave him alone, Luke."
"Duck was his son."
What did you guys pick? I picked "Kenny..."

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  • From what I remember I actually chose the silence option. None of the dialogue choices really make sense to say for me. : /

  • "Kenny..." affectionate, yet concerned. Also not unnecessarily revealing his business when he's not ready.

  • I said 'Leave him alone, Luke' because I thought I could talk to the group about it later and then we could share information about eachother.

  • I picked, "Duck was his son." And it made Luke realize.

  • Duck is his son

  • OzzyUKOzzyUK Moderator

    I picked "Duck was his son" because Luke was confused as he didn't know who Duck was.

  • "Kenny..."

  • "Kenny..."

    Simply put, it was none of Luke's business. If Ken wanted Luke to know, he would've said it.

  • "Leave him alone, Luke."

    I sat down with him, but Luke needed to stop sooner or later. Especially after Kenny said that.

  • edited June 2014

    "Duck is his son". I wanted Luke to see the man beneath the fart comments and the "match making".

  • "Leave him alone, Luke"
    Mainly because Luke approached that comment very rudely "Duck? who's duck?" and frowning at Kenny. It was none of his bussiness, so I made him know it.

  • "Leave him alone, Luke."

  • First time, "Duck is his son," but then I figured it wasn't my place to put Kenny's business out there so I've gone with "Kenny..." in subsequent playthroughs.

  • "Kenny..."

    I was more concerned to see if Kenny was alright than telling Luke about Kenny's family.

  • "Leave him alone, Luke." I figured that we should just leave Kenny alone. I didn't want to make him more sad.

  • "Leave him alone, Luke." I figured that we should just leave Kenny alone. I didn't want to make him more sad.

  • "Leave him alone, Luke." I figured that we should just leave Kenny alone. I didn't want to make him more sad.

  • I chose 'Duck was his son' so Luke would understand why Kenny and Clem were sad

  • Wow..........triple post

    Spooch posted: »

    "Leave him alone, Luke." I figured that we should just leave Kenny alone. I didn't want to make him more sad.

  • C-C-C-COMBO!

    Spooch posted: »

    "Leave him alone, Luke." I figured that we should just leave Kenny alone. I didn't want to make him more sad.

  • I said "Duck was his son."

  • First time I played, I chose "Leave him alone Luke". I thought it wasn't really Luke's business.

  • "Duck was his son".I wanted Luke to understand that Kenny has been through a lot and see that he lost his family.I have to admit,that scene made me teary-eyed a bit

  • "Duck was his son" This is the true, so why not? This not so big secret. I trust Luke, and i'm right in this situation. Luke understand what happened.

  • "Duck was his pet." It's such a sad story.

  • "Duck was his son" so that Luke realized he was also been through a lot.

  • I picked "Leave him alone, Luke." so that Luke would stop asking questions about Duck. If Kenny wants to talk or explain about Duck, he would.

  • "Leave him alone, Luke."

  • Chose "Kenny...". I'm concerned for the guy and I want to be there for him. It was none of Luke's business who Duck is, and if he would use his brain he could see how much it hurt Kenny to slip up like that. I would have chosen "Leave him alone" but the moment was about Kenny, not Luke's stupid big mouth.

  • Agreed

    Chose "Kenny...". I'm concerned for the guy and I want to be there for him. It was none of Luke's business who Duck is, and if h

  • I chose to say Kenny's name.

  • yeah 'cause I didn't want luke to keep wondering

    TDMshadowCP posted: »

    I picked, "Duck was his son." And it made Luke realize.

  • yeah he probably thought kenny was crazy looking for a duck to pass him the can

    OzzyUK posted: »

    I picked "Duck was his son" because Luke was confused as he didn't know who Duck was.

  • I picked "Duck was his pet animal"

  • edited June 2014

    "Leave him alone, Luke."

    I tried to cut the subject as soon as possible. since it was not their business and it was a very personal thing of Kenny's past. at the same time, I tried to show Kenny that I cared about him at that time and was offended by Luke's reaction. when the situation was more favorable maybe I could talk to Luke and explain to him.

  • "Duck was his son."

    I kinda regret it though, because I feel like that opened an old wound farther, and I should have just stopped the convo right there.

  • edited June 2014

    "Kenny that beard messed you up it's to strong"

  • edited June 2014

    He used his brain. If you tell him "Duck was his son", he became sad and understanding. That was a simple question.

    And this fight secene has another nonsense option: "Luke, listen to him!" This fight was between Nick and Kenny, so the right choice this could be: "Nick, listen to him!". Luke barely said anything.

    Chose "Kenny...". I'm concerned for the guy and I want to be there for him. It was none of Luke's business who Duck is, and if h

  • "..."

    I didn't wanna get too involved.

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