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  • I think the reason Jane's endings feel so weak in comparison to the Kenny/Wellington endings is that the climax actually occurs when you shoot Kenny. That heartbreaking final dialogue between Clem and Kenny is the emotional core of the finale. What …
  • Jane is a better survivalist, while Lee was more adept in matters of diplomacy. It's a shame they never met. He could've kept a group together and she could've kept them alive.
  • Kenny's increasingly volatile nature was a central feature of the final episode. Plenty of the characters hinted or flat out told Clem that things were coming to a head with Kenny and she'd likley have a difficult choice to make. It might just be th…
  • I shot Kenny (which wasn't easy), then forgave Jane (also not easy) and invited the family to stay with us (meh). Personally I think there are just as many reasons to go with Jane as with Kenny, both of them had Clem and AJ's best interests at he…
  • I thought TTG did a great job in establishing Clementine's child-like helplessness in the first episode of Season 2. That first half-hour or so is terrifying and incredibly frustrating because Clem is almost completely defenseless (in spite of her h…
  • It just occurred to me that Kenny probably did what he did to save Lee and also put Ben out of his misery. He figured that Lee wasn't about to just abandon or kill Ben and the herd was closing in fast. He made one of his trademark judgement calls an…
  • I missed it the first time, went back, watched it, wasn't bothered. It's just a deliberately vague teaser, letting you know that Clem's adventure isn't necessarily over. Call me when Kenny shows up alive or it turns out Lee found a cure for his infe…
  • My plan from the onset was to find Clem and make her safe at all costs, then promptly eat a bullet before the infection overcame me and I turned. That's what I wanted for myself, but in those final moments, seeing that I had one last opportunity to …
  • That was pretty much my thinking, too. Walkers are one thing, but raiding a camp full of Darwinian fundamentalist militia-types is something else entirely. Leaving her back at the house with a pistol seemed like the lesser of two shitty options. Bef…
  • StreetsAhead24 wrote: » I didn't even know that she could die 0.o; Me either, that's hilarious. Lee having a real Lilly-esque friendly-fire moment there. It was a pretty tight shot. I tried to land a body shot on the zombie first to sep…
  • dubesor wrote: » On Tape 3 (The Molly lockertape) why the hell did he start the recording AS he was closing his zipper infront of the camera, talking about how it was fun, but that he has to stop the arrangement to not get caught? I assumed…
  • swebonny wrote: » So who the heck is this creepy guy? He looks quite young, but really weird. I think he was the father of the dead boy in the attic. Check out the family portrait in the living room. It would explain why he was hanging arou…
  • I pulled him up. I'm no hitman for Kenny, nor an angel of mercy for Ben. Do your own dirty-work, Kenny. You want to die, Ben? Do it yourself. Plus I figured if he doesn't want to live and I save his live, I own him from that point on. His soul is…
  • Yeah, to me the delivery of the story went off the rails at this point. Clem starts crying, Lee pulls this limp-armed 'reach out' attempt, then just walks away, conveniently places her walkie-talkie out in the open and sits on the sofa staring a…
  • The only way Lee isn't a dead man walking is if everything that happened after he woke up is a dream sequence. Unlikely in my opinion.
  • I managed to counter her first attack, then took her second one right to the face like a champ. XD
  • You guys are just perverted. His zipper was broken and Molly fixed it for him, that's why he was giving her meds for her sister. To fix his zippers. Try to keep up. Geez. :rolleyes:
  • I think he's the classic "don't judge a book by it's cover", character archetype. Later in the story, something fucked up is going to happen and everyone in the group will blame him because of his shady appearance, but the truth is he's actually …
  • Two things that immediately occurred to me while playing that I would've liked to do differently: #1- Back at the motor inn, after finding the stolen meds I would've replaced them in the vent and kept an eye on it. That way I'd learn who was stas…
  • Initially I did. Then she got bit' on the ankle and it was all over.
  • There's another 'Ass Hoe Lee' choice option that goes something like "Fine. You stay here and we'll go with your lady". I wanted to select it just to see Omid's reaction, didn't have the heart to though.
  • Watching other people's playthroughs, I've found that if you shoot the girl, Kenny gives you shit about it during the discussion with Lilly afterwards, regardless of whether or not you're on good or bad terms with him. Can anyone tell me what hap…
  • darknessofheart wrote: » People love Clem so much because she is far from the annoying character children usually play in horror movies or just movies in general. It's very hard to make a child into such a pivotal and likable role without making h…
  • plaqueconspiracy wrote: » What kind of bandit doesn't like hash? That's a good point. XD Here's the scene itself, immortalised in all it's glory. > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXa-UcEVgkk
  • XD It's definitely one of my favourite moments from Episode 3.
  • Those are the best ideas I've been able to come up with, too. Though I hadn't considered that the 'X' could also mean "ready for pick-up". I'm pretty sure Duck said he found the stick of chalk under the dumpster, next to the pink scuff mark. So I…
  • I took a moment before offering my services to Kenny and Katjaa. If it were my child, as a father, I'd feel it were my duty to do the deed. Horrible as it is, I'd feel a failure as a father and a lesser man if I passed the burden to anyone else, esp…
  • After my initial gut reaction that I'll definitely be doing some wetwork upon arriving in Savannah, it did later occur to me that Mr Creepy Pedo Voice might not necessarily be a bad guy at all. I'm thinking I'll give him the benefit of the doubt,…
  • Was Larry really alpha? I mean, he was a big, loud, hard-headed prick, but he didn't seem to have any interest in leading or dominating the group. In a leadership sense, I'd say Kenny and Lilly were the only alphas in the group.
  • Of course you can never really know, regardless of personal attributes, often survival in the midst of chaos comes down to pure luck. Personally, I think it could go either way for me. I'm logical, pragmatic, ruthless and also capable of compassi…