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Chuck The episode 4 (spoiler)

edited January 2013 in The Walking Dead
He is dead :eek:

But :confused:

So much for the guy who's got an individual thread analysing him.
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  • edited October 2012
    I agree!
    He died too early, we did not really get a chance to know alot about his character and who he was
  • edited October 2012
    Chuck rest in peace!
    You really died like a hero!
  • edited October 2012
    Chuck rest in peace!
    You really died like a hero!

    Chuck the radio guy, Chuck the child molester ETC and then he is dead :confused::confused::eek:
  • edited October 2012
    I liked Chuck :(
  • edited October 2012
    Chuck was a character I was really hoping would be fleshed out and I am sad to see him go. I was really pissed off when I first saw him lying dead because I thought it was an easter egg but later the camera directly focuses on him and I was glad to see Lee say a couple words in his honor.
  • edited October 2012
    ReliusBlue wrote: »
    Chuck was a character I was really hoping would be fleshed out and I am sad to see him go. I was really pissed off when I first saw him lying dead because I thought it was an easter egg but later the camera directly focuses on him and I was glad to see Lee say a couple words in his honor.

    He is like Zack Flair From Final Fantasy 7. Has very important 5 seconds scene then dies and no one cares. In the end he has a loyal fan base that eventually leads to the prequel.
  • edited October 2012
    I felt soo bad leaving him behind on the street, I just knew as I was running away that that was the last time I'd see him. He should have died another way, like at the school or something later in the episode.
  • edited October 2012
    He died like a hero.
  • edited October 2012
    When I first entered the sewer I had a feeling I was going to meet up with Chuck again, just not dead. :(
  • edited October 2012
    I have to say I was expecting it. He had been far too helpful in episode 3. Giving candy to the kids and giving Lee advice on protecting Clem. Anyone that nice is bound to die.
  • edited October 2012
    As soon as Chuck started kicking zombie ass, my thought was "Yep, Chuck's dead. Nice knowing you, buddy."

    I felt like his death was rather forced and cop-outie, but not as much as Doug/Carley's.
  • edited October 2012
    He died like a hero. He knew our characters for how long.. few days? He was ready to sacrifice himself for Clem and Kenny (in my game)... who's been with me for months, who's kid I saved and fed, who's kid I took care of, Kenny, who's wife I saved as well... he said he won't help Clem because Lee wasn't backing him up...
    Chuck is a true hero... he deserves to be Batman... however, Batman doesn't die... but Lee cannot be Batman as well anymore. Maybe Ben will be Batman in my game. Guess Duck was wrong! Ben was Batman and Duck was Jason Todd... yeah :D
  • edited October 2012
    Meh didn't care too much about him. Sure he helped and was a nice dude but e.g. Molly showed more character in two minutes than Chuck his entire time. Kinda expected him to be eaten in the sewers if i'm honest.
  • edited October 2012
    Thing I didn't get is where did the revolver come from?

    Nowhere before that scene with Chuck dead, did I see the revolver.
  • edited October 2012
    Greekcian wrote: »
    Meh didn't care too much about him. Sure he helped and was a nice dude but e.g. Molly showed more character in two minutes than Chuck his entire time. Kinda expected him to be eaten in the sewers if i'm honest.

    Dude, Molly had more screentime than Chuck did.
  • edited October 2012
    Agreed. Chuck is a hero, and gave his life for a little girl. I just wish we could have shot him in the head in the sewers, so he didn't reanimate. Felt bad about not being able to do that.
  • edited October 2012
    that was the only negative I have on this episode, not that Chuck died but that it felt so forced and random. I couldn't even feel bad for him because of that.
  • edited October 2012
    Chanut_N wrote: »
    Chuck the radio guy, Chuck the child molester ETC and then he is dead :confused::confused::eek:

    How could he have been the radio guy.. Surely, if he were using the Walkie Talkie on the train, someone would have gotten suspicious..Also, he was standing right there without a walkie talkie before the bell started..
  • edited October 2012
    that was the only negative I have on this episode, not that Chuck died but that it felt so forced and random. I couldn't even feel bad for him because of that.

    I agree. It definitely felt forced.
  • edited October 2012
    I couldn't even feel bad for him because of that.

    My thought exactly. I am :eek: and:confused: more than :( Because it's so random.
  • edited October 2012
    Gaahh!? why do you take the characters that I begin to like and kill them off!!?

    Take Ben instead :mad:.

    RIP Chuck :(
  • edited October 2012
    The game suddenly got depressing after he died because I didn't have a guitar playing hobo who gives people free candy anymore :'(
  • edited October 2012
    The game suddenly got depressing after he died because I didn't have a guitar playing hobo who gives people free candy anymore :'(

    Did you notice that no one even mentioned his fate throughout the episode.
  • edited October 2012
    Chanut_N wrote: »
    Did you notice that no one even mentioned his fate throughout the episode.

    No one mentioned Carley or Doug either. I guess no one cares for the likeable, compassionate and heroic type figures :rolleyes:
  • edited October 2012
    No one mentioned Carley or Doug either. I guess no one cares for the likeable, compassionate and heroic type figures :rolleyes:

    At least Lilly felt bad about killing Carley/Doug. Ben also blamed himself.
  • edited October 2012
    If there was a option in the street to go back and save him , I would choose it no matter what.
  • edited October 2012
    Chanut_N wrote: »
    At least Lilly felt bad about killing Carley/Doug. Ben also blamed himself.

    I think Lily felt bad about shooting Doug. What she did to Carley was just cold-blooded murder.

    I guess what I'm trying to say is that I was a bit disappointed that Carley or Doug were not even mentioned in episode 4, they didn't do the characters justice in my opinion. Heck even Larry was mentioned after he died. It was like Carley or Doug's death never happened in episode 4 and it bothered me that Lee didn't even mention either of them in this episode, since the majority of fans were shocked and saddened by it.


    I do agree with you though on how odd it was that no one mentioned Chuck considering what he did. Seriously he goes out of his way to save Clem and then distract the zombies and you can't even tell anyone what happened to him or have a few lines of dialogue to properly honor his sacrifice.

    Sigh it makes me very sad indeed
  • edited October 2012
    Chuck saved Clem's life. He was a good guy.
  • edited October 2012
    I was pretty sad that Chuck died so soon. We'll never have the chance to get to know him better. He gave his life to protect the rest of us. He was a good man.

    It was disappointing to see him dead, but it didn't feel cheap. People die in the apocalypse. As soon as we left him, I had a real bad feeling.

    Poor Chuck.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YUZVL70jdnU
  • edited October 2012
    Seriously, Lee doesn't even let people know what happened to Chuck. It was almost like he just stopped caring after finding the old man in the sewers with his guts ripped out.
  • edited October 2012
    Meh, the magical hobo with all answers out of the question soon?

    Good thing. It was annoying to have a super-character. Also annoyed he had to die as a super-character.

    I suppose I'm the only one who really disliked this unbelievable char in the whole story?
  • edited October 2012
    What was so unbelievable about him?

    He's had experience. He said he saw a little girl get killed, so I'm sure he thought a lot about how to prevent that from happening again.

    Hitting walkers with a shovel really isn't difficult. It's not like their hard targets or anything.

    And the fact that he died proves he wasn't a super character. He was so outnumbered he decided to kill himself.

    He would have been closer to a super-character if he had just shown up out of the blue completely unscathed.
  • edited October 2012
    Meh, the magical hobo with all answers out of the question soon?

    Good thing. It was annoying to have a super-character. Also annoyed he had to die as a super-character.

    I suppose I'm the only one who really disliked this unbelievable char in the whole story?

    No you weren't. I didn't trust him from the beginning and I said so in a thread or two. Something about him just wasn't right. I started to trust him only when I saw him lying dead. I figured he'd earned it then.
  • edited October 2012
    The thing that I hated was that you can reload the opening scene over and over again, but you can never head shot that one zombie that Chuck has to take out. To me that seemed awfully cheap.

    Then again, it's quite ironic that Chuck never travelled in a group before for better survival odds and when he travels in a group he manages to get himself killed in the first big fight they have. Maybe the game is trying to tell us Chuck had a good thing going for him before we decided to hijack his house.
  • edited October 2012
    It was like Carley or Doug's death never happened in episode 4 and it bothered me that Lee didn't even mention either of them in this episode, since the majority of fans were shocked and saddened by it.
    Lee has also never mentioned his ex-wife even once. Lee doesn't seem to be the talkative guy when it comes to these things.
  • edited October 2012
    oraclekun wrote: »
    The thing that I hated was that you can reload the opening scene over and over again, but you can never head shot that one zombie that Chuck has to take out. To me that seemed awfully cheap.

    Then again, it's quite ironic that Chuck never travelled in a group before for better survival odds and when he travels in a group he manages to get himself killed in the first big fight they have. Maybe the game is trying to tell us Chuck had a good thing going for him before we decided to hijack his house.

    Molly made out pretty well on her own before she joined us for the Crawford raid. It seems like a lot of people accidentally shot her, which caused the walkers to close in and possibly kill her. Even if she survives, she bails when you get back to the house because she says she does better on her own anyway. Hell, I actually contemplated shooting her on purpose because there wasn't enough room in the boat. Maybe the theme of the game is actually that Lone Wolves survive the longest.
  • edited January 2013
    YamiRaziel wrote: »
    He died like a hero. He knew our characters for how long.. few days? He was ready to sacrifice himself for Clem and Kenny (in my game)... who's been with me for months, who's kid I saved and fed, who's kid I took care of, Kenny, who's wife I saved as well... he said he won't help Clem because Lee wasn't backing him up...
    Chuck is a true hero... he deserves to be Batman... however, Batman doesn't die... but Lee cannot be Batman as well anymore. Maybe Ben will be Batman in my game. Guess Duck was wrong! Ben was Batman and Duck was Jason Todd... yeah :D
    I don't even think Chuck was with Lee for that long. It should only of taken them a matter of hours to get to Savannah by train from Macon. I thought they arrived at Savannah the same day they met chuck since the game usually shows how much time has advanced like with episode 2 that opens showing us the words 3 months later and in episode 3 where Kenny talks about abandoned car being raided by the 1 week ago in the opening scene.
  • edited January 2013
    When I first started to get know Chuck, I was optimistic. His life experience seemed to be a useful thing to have to relax the tensions that the group experienced after what happened by the RV in episode 3. Unfortunately, Ben is a coward. I hate you Ben. :mad:
  • edited January 2013
    Rock114 wrote: »
    Agreed. Chuck is a hero, and gave his life for a little girl. I just wish we could have shot him in the head in the sewers, so he didn't reanimate. Felt bad about not being able to do that.

    There was no need. Lee himself says he must have saved his last bullet for himself, i.e. he shot himself in the head before the walkers got him.

    Chuck was a good man, and did indeed die a hero. I just wish he would have gotten at least more than three lines in the entirety of episode 4...

    Also, anyone who finds Chuck unbelievable or a "super-character" instead of Molly does not have their priorities straight.
  • edited January 2013
    There should've been at least an option to tell the group about Chuck's death.

    The way the acted after they ditched Lee, its like only Omid cared a bit :(

    I mean, they don't even wonder if he's alive!
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