Your perfect episode 4 ending?

How would you end episode 4? Leave a comment!

For me the best ending would be a seperation of the group, one half of the group go on a survivalist route and the other group try and keep the group going. I'm assuming that the groups would be complex and full of determinate characters but one will be lead by Kenny, the other by Luke. As I said this is how I would like the ending, making episode 5 different depending on what group you chose to follow. But this is Season Two and something that complex wouldn't work out, ahah.

Comments

  • Considering episode 5's first achievement is something along the lines of

    "Made it out alive"

    It's not gonna be pretty.

    • snowy conditions

    • group gets surrounded by Bandits

    • Their leader shows up, he's got quite a bit of a beard and a blue baseball cap on.

    • The leader says, "Whaddya say, guys? Should we just... kill these folks, and take all their stuff?"

    • Cue Nate 'gorked' face.

    I mean, it's dark, but having Nate back would be pretty amazing.

  • Clem, Kenny, and Luke all survive

  • I didn't even consider the achievements when I made this! I'm stupid, ahah :)

    remorse667 posted: »

    Considering episode 5's first achievement is something along the lines of "Made it out alive" It's not gonna be pretty.

  • Whatever it is, I just don't want it to be a cliffhanger...

  • edited July 2014

    Rebecca has the baby safe and sound, everyone lives and the walkers stop in to celebrate the birth with some cake and tea! The walkers talk/grunt about how they can work things out and everyone lives happily ever after!

    Ok all silly jokes aside, I would like a tough choice at the end of the episode, maybe a choice where you can choose to follow the group or go on your own. Not forever, maybe some walkers get in the building and you can choose to run through them to reach the group or turn around and find another way on your own. I have no idea to be honest, I'm sure Telltale has got something good up their sleeve, I think the Kenny VS Luke thing will go down in episode 5, I guess we'll have to wait until next week to find out :D.

  • My perfect ending would be nobody else dying and everyone making it to episode 5 intact. Of course, that's never going to happen. :P

    Honestly, I couldn't really say how Episode 4 will end. What I do want though is for the group (or what's left of the group) to not be split up or separated anymore. I just want them to stay together, getting along and helping each other out. Sure the immediate situation they're in could still be shit, but I want everyone to be on the same page, like how at the end of Season 1 Episode 4 you can get everyone on board for the Clem Rescue mission. No more Kenny Vs. Luke shit, no more arguing. I'm tired of that and I just want the whole group to be together.

  • Clem leaving all that wish to defend Rebecca behind and ditching on the group with Jane and whoever else wants to follow.

  • Kenny survives.

    There, I said it.

  • Well with the episode 5 achievements I think while Rebecca is giving birth and the group is fighting off walkers it will leave us with a cliffhanger then I'll be.pissed

  • ...aaaaand instant downvote. Oorah!

    Kenny survives. There, I said it.

  • Wasn't me. shrugs

    ...aaaaand instant downvote. Oorah!

  • Luke surviving.

  • Instant upvote as well? shrugs

    ...aaaaand instant downvote. Oorah!

  • Eh, don't mind me. I'm just trollin' the trolls. :)

    Instant upvote as well? shrugs

  • FuckTrolls

    Eh, don't mind me. I'm just trollin' the trolls.

  • Episode 5's first achievment is "Blood and Iron"

    remorse667 posted: »

    Considering episode 5's first achievement is something along the lines of "Made it out alive" It's not gonna be pretty.

  • A pizza party at Chuck E. Cheese would be nice.

  • The perfect ending? Okay...

    The group hears a bunch of voices and loud footsteps, the voices didn't sound like walker voices... more like human voices. Clementine and Kenny volunteer to check it out. When they do they see everybody. All of their loved ones that they lost. Lee, Clem's parents, Katjaa, Duck, and lots of more. The group suspects something is up so they join Clementine and Kenny. They also notice the people and see their loved ones. Alvin, Nick's mom, Pete, Carlos, and again lots more. The group is so happy to see all of their family and friends. Lee and Clementine run into each other's arms, and afterwards her parents hug her. Kenny feels so at peace to see his family again and hugs them and never wants to let go. Rebecca is so relieved to see Alvin, and the old group members again. Nick is so happy to see his mom and uncle and fallen group members. Everybody felt so perfect. After that everybody came together to start their new life. One of the best things were they couldn't see a walker for miles. About an hour after that happened, they saw an army tank roll through the street, as soon as they noticed it, the tank stopped and a man came out saying everyone could go back with him to a shelter with no walkers and lots of food and supplies. Everybody was happy from that day forward. No more sadness or feelings of loss and pain. Everybody was just so happy.

    Oh wait... this is Telltale games...I forgot..

  • Kenny, Clementine and the group walking aimlessly. Kenny says 'There is no hope left anymore'. Clementine says 'No, there is some hope'. The screen cuts to a sign that says 'Welcome to Wellington'.

    Cut to black

  • They aren't trolls just for disagreeing with your opinion.

    Eh, don't mind me. I'm just trollin' the trolls.

  • They aren't trolls just for disagreeing with your opinion.

    Ironically, this is the one of the all-time favourite lines used by trolls. (The other being "I'm not racist, but...")

    Flog61 posted: »

    They aren't trolls just for disagreeing with your opinion.

  • The remaining group limps, walks, and crawls their way toward a church after a fearsome battle where either Kenny sacrifices himself (AGAIN) or Luke and Jane give the group the finger and hussle out.

    The group finds a bunch of people holed up in there. One of them, a wild-looking bearded guy by the name of Nate, says that he works for Wellington.

    If Kenny's around, he'll ask Nate to help lead the group to safety.

    If Luke and Jane are there, Luke will blackmail Nate to take the group to Wellington.

  • edited July 2014

    That's not really an argument against what I'm saying though.

    I'm sure some trolls say that.

    But how do you know people who disliked your comment were trolls, and weren't just people who doesn't think you're right?

    Think about it. If they were actual downvote trolls, they would have downvoted most comments on this thread, yet most don't have any downvotes.

    Plus, you comment has 5 downvotes. If you're really arguing that everyone agrees with you and the 5 downvotes are just trolls who are only downvoting you specifically for some reason, then I would be pretty skeptical of that assertion.

    They aren't trolls just for disagreeing with your opinion. Ironically, this is the one of the all-time favourite lines used by trolls. (The other being "I'm not racist, but...")

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