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Hardest/Easiest decision

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Out of all of the episodes, which decision have you found the easiest, and which have you found the hardest.

My easiest decision was leaving Lilly behind - once she'd shot Doug I didn't feel she deserved to be in the group any longer and knew I couldn't forgive her.

My hardest decision was probably the Ben one. I dropped him. Often I've felt torn when having to choose between people, but this is the first time I let someone die when there wasn't anyone else who needed saving. Mega regret!
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  • TheNNerdGamer;713778 said:
    who's Catcha?
    is it that idiot that can't catch a ball during baseball?
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    Katja?
    Katcha?
    Catja?

    Ya know, Kenny's dead wife
  • FladeIsCool;713780 said:
    Easiest was saving Duck. At first, I figured I should just make sure I always save kids first. Hardest, was probably dropping Ben. The fact that he wanted to stay behind made me like him, and I wasn't one of those people who hated him for what he'd done, either.
    If you didn't hate him how come you dropped him?
  • Grimfango;713783 said:
    Katja?
    Katcha?
    Catja?

    Ya know, Kenny's dead wife
    next time play the game in subtitles
    her name is spelled Katjaa, not Catcha, Catcha is that idiot that can't catch a ball during baseball
  • TheNNerdGamer;713787 said:
    next time play the game in subtitles
    her name is spelled Katjaa, not Catcha, Catcha is that idiot that can't catch a ball during baseball
    Jeez, it's not like I spelt YOUR name wrong.
  • Grimfango;713790 said:
    Jeez, it's not like I spelt YOUR name wrong.
    I thought you meant Catcha sorry
    well now you know who he is
  • Grimfango;713784 said:
    If you didn't hate him how come you dropped him?
    Just because I didn't hate him doesn't mean I didn't think he was a liability to the group. He was in a tough position and I wanted to end it. I probably would've saved him if I knew it meant he would help me save Clem, though.
  • FladeIsCool;713796 said:
    Just because I didn't hate him doesn't mean I didn't think he was a liability to the group. He was in a tough position and I wanted to end it. I probably would've saved him if I knew it meant he would help me save Clem, though.
    Yeah, I thought if you opted to save him, you'd try to and he'd slip anyway. That said, he'd probably be more of a danger to Clem than a saviour if his past behaviour is anything to go by.
  • Grimfango;713799 said:
    Yeah, I thought if you opted to save him, you'd try to and he'd slip anyway. That said, he'd probably be more of a danger to Clem than a saviour if his past behaviour is anything to go by.
    I was thinking if I would've saved him he'd mess up everything in Episode 5, but end up saving Clem or something like that.
  • FladeIsCool;713802 said:
    I was thinking if I would've saved him he'd mess up everything in Episode 5, but end up saving Clem or something like that.
    Yeah that's possible. We've probably killed Clem by dropping Ben. Whoops!
  • Hardest was saving Ben. I really wanted to kill him. I followed my morals instead. Hate myself sometimes.

    Easiest choice, when compared to the gravity of the issue, was killing Duck. Couldn't think of a single good reason not to do it myself. And plenty of reasons why it would be the better course to take.
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