Arodin wrote: »
Yeah the trailers are a terrible idea. The suspense and discovery are what make the game great... trailers undermine all of that. Resist the temptation!
Rock114 wrote: »
I didn;t think they were up to anything upon first meeting them, although I was wary, because I never really trusted anyone until they proved themselves. So I basically treated them like anyone else, gave them the benefit of the doubt but kept an eye on them just in case. As soon as they began probing for information about the group though, I knew something was up. After skillfully evading giving them any direct information and presenting the group as a united front, I knew right away that they were cannibals the second time Brenda didn't let me see Mark.
But for some reason, since I thought Andy was kind of a cool guy, I said "that DOES make sense" when he explained the back room to me. Again, I decided to trust them just a little bit for some reason. Then I went upstairs. As soon as I saw Mark I actually said "Well, fuck" to my monitor. Partially because I knew, as soon as I saw him laying there, that the St. Johns were serving parts of him up to the group downstairs. Never trusted anyone again, until the end of Episode 4 when everyone came with me.
I still think Andy was a cool guy. If it hadn't been for the cannibalism, I think he and Lee could have been good friends.