All about Kenny.

edited August 2014 in The Walking Dead

Let me know if this is a post that already exists and if so my apologies. I know he's discussed amongst everyone through out different threads, but I was curious what you all thought because I am torn myself.

When I play I can't help but be loyal to the end with people. Kenny is definitely one of them. He is becoming unstable though, understandably. If this were real life I would be dead from heart ache alone if I endured what Kenny has had to deal with, but he still manages to snap out of it when needed. So I think due to my loyalty if I had to choose Luke or Kenny I wouldn't think twice to pick Kenny (Unless he did something super crazy that changed my mind). What are you guys thinking?

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  • I'm with you to the end you can count on me.

  • I would pick Kenny because he's Lee's best friend

  • Yea, Ken is a good guy, but is starting to lose it a little bit and becoming a liability. If I'm gonna choose someone who Clem survives with, I need to make sure their sanity is OK. I know the people on this thread love Kenny the same way they do with Daryl from the TV series so just hear me out. And I'm 90% sure we gonna see him die in the season finale. Maybe a sacrifice?

  • In the minority of playthroughs, yeah.

    In the majority of playthroughs, Kenny leaves Lee to die under a door in episode 3.

    Tyranitar posted: »

    I would pick Kenny because he's Lee's best friend

  • Pretty easily Kenny. Luke is a somewhat nice guy and all.. but that's about where he ends with me.

  • That is always so over exaggerated.

  • I would pick Kenny though I don't think he will survive two seasons.

  • Not for me, anyway.

    Flog61 posted: »

    In the minority of playthroughs, yeah. In the majority of playthroughs, Kenny leaves Lee to die under a door in episode 3.

  • edited August 2014

    Yeah Kenny admits that was a period of time where he disliked Lee, but he can pretty much admit that he let it go. They can actually sort of forgive each other in Episode 5.

    Flog61 posted: »

    In the minority of playthroughs, yeah. In the majority of playthroughs, Kenny leaves Lee to die under a door in episode 3.

  • Same here.

    Belan posted: »

    Pretty easily Kenny. Luke is a somewhat nice guy and all.. but that's about where he ends with me.

  • I would rather have luke watching my back than kenny

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  • Not sure how interested Luke is in doing that, considering he stopped doing that for a chance to have a good time with Jane.

    zeke10 posted: »

    I would rather have luke watching my back than kenny

  • How does Kenny do worse? Luke fooling around with Jane caused deaths.

    zeke10 posted: »

    Kenny does worse plus he's losing it

  • Kenny does worse plus he's losing it

    Belan posted: »

    Not sure how interested Luke is in doing that, considering he stopped doing that for a chance to have a good time with Jane.

  • How has Kenny done worse? I wouldn't say he is losing it either. People have been saying that since Episode Two and it really hasn't manifested itself in anything significant or notable.

    zeke10 posted: »

    Kenny does worse plus he's losing it

  • Kenny sat around crying in a tent the whole episode over a girl hes known for about a year, Luke lost his friend of twenty years and the girl he loved left him yet he was still the one putting others before him (he was willing to go without food for three more days despite his condition just to make Rebecca more comfortable, he also ran through the herd after Sarah which was a huge risk as he easily could have been bit)

    Belan posted: »

    Not sure how interested Luke is in doing that, considering he stopped doing that for a chance to have a good time with Jane.

  • Kenny and Lee have an amazing bromance. I chose to side with Kenny most of the time, but with reasonable taste to Luke, because he doesn't deserve the hate he gets from people.

  • He was beating the shit out of a dead zombie when it was dead on like the second swing... and you're saying nothings wrong?

    Belan posted: »

    How has Kenny done worse? I wouldn't say he is losing it either. People have been saying that since Episode Two and it really hasn't manifested itself in anything significant or notable.

  • Kenny lost my support in s1e3. First willing to let some woman, who had done nothing to him, be ripped apart by walkers, then willing to let Lee die, then willing to let Lilly stay behind to die at the motel.

    Yeah, real stand up guy that Kenny. I just wish karma would catch up to him already.

  • That is really a big deal to you? He was simply taking anger out on a walker.

    I'm assuming you think Molly was going crazy because she took her anger out on a dead walker back in season one?

    Kennysucks posted: »

    He was beating the shit out of a dead zombie when it was dead on like the second swing... and you're saying nothings wrong?

  • Also what he did to carver was pretty fucked up ik he's a bad dude but still he was completely ok with doing it in front of a little girl too

    Belan posted: »

    That is really a big deal to you? He was simply taking anger out on a walker. I'm assuming you think Molly was going crazy because she took her anger out on a dead walker back in season one?

  • Kenny all the way, there is no doubt about it..

  • edited August 2014

    I'm totally team Luke, but I worry about Kenny and what he'll be like if he ends up losing it. The baby is Kenny's lifeline and if the lifeline gets taken away there's little stopping him from falling apart again, in fact he's barely keeping together and is just putting all his focus on the baby now. I serious think Kenny is in a need of another Clem hug T_T

  • I agree unless you side with him like 100% he's a total dick

    Onmens posted: »

    Kenny lost my support in s1e3. First willing to let some woman, who had done nothing to him, be ripped apart by walkers, then will

  • I feel the same way about Luke. He's a nice guy, but doesn't really show enough leadership skills. I think people just depended on him because he's a young fit guy.

    Belan posted: »

    Pretty easily Kenny. Luke is a somewhat nice guy and all.. but that's about where he ends with me.

  • edited August 2014

    Kenny sat around crying in a tent the whole episode

    Umm... no? Is that really all you think Kenny did that episode?

    over a girl hes known for about a year, Luke lost his friend of twenty years and the girl he loved left him

    So hypocritical that you're downplaying Kenny's relationship with Sarita yet bring up Luke losing Jane, a girl who he knew for around 24 hours, as if it is something of substance. You can't give Luke credit for being strong about losing a girl who he knew for a day and then criticize a man for grieving because of losing his partner who had known for one year. If you think Kenny should have been able to shrug Sarita's death off, then Luke losing Jane means pretty much nothing at all.

    As for Nick, it honestly didn't seem like Luke was very close to him at all. He actually seemed pretty indifferent for around 90% of the time that Nick was alive. Anyway, it really doesn't matter though. Kenny was able to put his grief aside and help out the group. Not sure why you chose to ignore this.

    (he was willing to go without food for three more days despite his condition just to make Rebecca more comfortable, he also ran through the herd after Sarah which was a huge risk as he easily could have been bit)

    You seem to be thinking that I am saying that Luke has never done anything good for anyone. I have never said anything like that.

    Kennysucks posted: »

    Kenny sat around crying in a tent the whole episode over a girl hes known for about a year, Luke lost his friend of twenty years a

  • She's not a little girl anymore. Kenny respected that and let her decide, he didn't force her to watch.
    It was not anyone's decision, it was Clem's, and as a valuable member of the group, if she wants to see justice, she'll get to see it

    zeke10 posted: »

    Also what he did to carver was pretty fucked up ik he's a bad dude but still he was completely ok with doing it in front of a little girl too

  • edited August 2014

    Eh, I would disagree. No one was forcing Clementine to watch.

    Doesn't really matter though, as it doesn't show anything towards Kenny going crazy or not. He was just being a bit vindictive.

    zeke10 posted: »

    Also what he did to carver was pretty fucked up ik he's a bad dude but still he was completely ok with doing it in front of a little girl too

  • I have never agreed with him 100% and he has always been reasonable to me.

    zeke10 posted: »

    I agree unless you side with him like 100% he's a total dick

  • Kenny, all the way to the end.

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  • Eh either way i would distance myself from a dude like that

    She's not a little girl anymore. Kenny respected that and let her decide, he didn't force her to watch. It was not anyone's decision, it was Clem's, and as a valuable member of the group, if she wants to see justice, she'll get to see it

  • Hmm i only disagreed with him a couple times and essentially told me to go fuck myself when it came down to saving clem

    Belan posted: »

    I have never agreed with him 100% and he has always been reasonable to me.

  • First willing to let some woman, who had done nothing to him, be ripped apart by walkers

    She was bitten and going to die anyway. Why should he have put Lee and himself in danger just so she could die a more ideal death?

    then willing to let Lee die

    Yeah, this is the one thing that he has done that I really do not like. It is worth mentioning that this is determinate though.

    willing to let Lilly stay behind to die at the motel

    You're talking about the bandit attack right? His son and wife just got tackled by a walker, its kind of understandable that he wanted to get out of there in a hurry. Lilly was given more than enough time to get down to the RV. I'm guessing based on prior conversations with Lilly about the motel he assumed that she didn't want to abandon it.

    Onmens posted: »

    Kenny lost my support in s1e3. First willing to let some woman, who had done nothing to him, be ripped apart by walkers, then will

  • edited August 2014

    Really?

    I don't recall Kenny apologising for his actions and saying 'its all in the past' in episode 5.

    I remember him suggesting the group should kill Lee, yelling at ben, getting drunk, and then making an awesome, noble sacrifice.

    Belan posted: »

    Yeah Kenny admits that was a period of time where he disliked Lee, but he can pretty much admit that he let it go. They can actually sort of forgive each other in Episode 5.

  • I'm assuming they were some pretty major disagreements then? Such as the meat locker situation?

    zeke10 posted: »

    Hmm i only disagreed with him a couple times and essentially told me to go fuck myself when it came down to saving clem

  • edited August 2014

    Threads like this all the time and people were recently suggesting the forum is more anti-Kenny than pro-Kenny.

    'Lol'.

  • Well, yelling at ben and getting drunk is hardly noteworthy faults in a man in the apocalypse I would say. Suggesting to kill Lee was for the safety of him, Omid, Christa and Ben and not a personal comment.

    Flog61 posted: »

    Really? I don't recall Kenny apologising for his actions and saying 'its all in the past' in episode 5. I remember him suggesting the group should kill Lee, yelling at ben, getting drunk, and then making an awesome, noble sacrifice.

  • edited August 2014

    I wasn't listing faults, that's why I included the sacrifice.

    I literally just listed the things I remembered he did in the episode.

    Jinkies, people on the kenny thread be defensive m88888888

    Nikolaj-11 posted: »

    Well, yelling at ben and getting drunk is hardly noteworthy faults in a man in the apocalypse I would say. Suggesting to kill Lee was for the safety of him, Omid, Christa and Ben and not a personal comment.

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