History VideoGame / TheWalkingDead

17th Mar '17 4:35:59 PM zmudaa
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** [spoiler: They can also cross this line earlier if Clementine and A.J ended up in Wellington, where they end up killing Edith and everyone else in a similar matter.]

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** [spoiler: [[spoiler: They can also cross this line earlier if Clementine and A.J ended up in Wellington, where they end up killing Edith and everyone else in a similar matter.]]]
17th Mar '17 4:35:06 PM zmudaa
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* MoralEventHorizon: [[spoiler: The New Frontier as a whole crosses this when they attack the town of Prescott and kill most of its inhabitants in a violent way (which is putting it lightly).]]

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* MoralEventHorizon: MoralEventHorizon:
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[[spoiler: The New Frontier as a whole crosses this when they attack the town of Prescott and kill most of its inhabitants in a violent way (which is putting it lightly).]]
17th Mar '17 4:34:00 PM zmudaa
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** [spoiler: They can also cross this line earlier if Clementine and A.J ended up in Wellington, where they end up killing Edith and everyone else in a similar matter.]]

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** [spoiler: They can also cross this line earlier if Clementine and A.J ended up in Wellington, where they end up killing Edith and everyone else in a similar matter.]] ]
17th Mar '17 4:33:26 PM zmudaa
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* MoralEventHorizon: [[spoiler: The New Frontier as a whole crosses this when they attack the town of Prescott and kill most of its inhabitants in a violent way (which is putting it lightly).]]
**[spoiler: They can also cross this line earlier if Clementine and A.J ended up in Wellington, where they end up killing Edith and everyone else in a similar matter.]]
12th Mar '17 1:03:25 AM darkknight109
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* WorstAid:
** Yeah, Hershel. Go ahead and put that bandage on OVER Lee's grimy, bloody pants. It's not like that would double the risk of infection or anything by pushing said pants up against the wound.
** Also, CPR won't actually do any good against [[spoiler: a heart attack.]]

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* WorstAid:
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WorstAid: Yeah, Hershel. Go ahead and put that bandage on OVER Lee's grimy, bloody pants. It's not like that would double the risk of infection or anything by pushing said pants up against the wound.
** Also, CPR won't actually do any good against [[spoiler: a heart attack.]]
wound.
11th Mar '17 5:16:24 PM darkknight109
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** If you're playing with subtitles on, any important character gets their own colour of subtitle. With the exception of Lee (for obvious reasons), if they use the default white they're usually throwaway extras who aren't going to be around very long. This can be an early indicator for the fate of seemingly-important characters like [[spoiler: Mark and Brie.]]
2nd Mar '17 7:35:25 AM Gorank
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** Episode 3: [[spoiler:Doug/Carley, Katjaa, Duck and possibly Lilly. [[note]] No matter what you do, Lilly can't die. She will not be part of the group after she shoots Carley/Doug, but it's unknown if she managed to survive or not after you become separated from her. It is definitely possible that she died not long after the incident, but she could also have survived and might show up in a later season, as there is no way for us to know if she actually made it or not, regardless of which choices were made regarding her place in the group.[[/note]]]]
** Episode 4: [[spoiler:Chuck, and possibly Molly. [[note]]If Molly dies, you get an automatic game over. The only way Molly can die is if you mess up when she is grabbed by a zombie and you don't have Clementine with you in Crawford. In every other scenario, Molly will either get out of her predicament fine and go with you, or she will be forced to run away, and you won't see her again for the rest of the season. Because of this, Molly's 'death' is non-canonical, and it's unknown if she will be seen again in the next seasons. [[/note]] or Ben depending on your choices]]

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** Episode 3: [[spoiler:Doug/Carley, Katjaa, Duck and possibly Lilly. [[note]] No [[note]]No matter what you do, Lilly can't die. She will not be part of the group after she shoots Carley/Doug, but it's unknown if she managed to survive or not after you become separated from her. It is definitely possible that she died not long after the incident, but she could also have survived and might show up in a later season, as there is no way for us to know if she actually made it or not, regardless of which choices were made regarding her place in the group.[[/note]]]]
** Episode 4: [[spoiler:Chuck, and possibly Molly. [[note]]If Molly dies, you get an automatic game over. The only way Molly can die is if you mess up when she is grabbed by a zombie and you don't have Clementine with you in Crawford. In every other scenario, Molly will either get out of her predicament fine and go with you, or she will be forced to run away, and you won't see her again for the rest of the season. Because of this, Molly's 'death' is non-canonical, and it's unknown if she will be seen again in the next seasons. [[/note]] or Ben depending on your choices]]



** Also in episode 3, three zombies in [[spoiler: the abandoned railway station]] appear from seemingly nowhere. Given the size of the room, it seems strange that none of them were visible from the door. [[note]] The Railway station ''was'' covered in HollywoodDarkness but the point still stands[[/note]]

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** Also in episode 3, three zombies in [[spoiler: the abandoned railway station]] appear from seemingly nowhere. Given the size of the room, it seems strange that none of them were visible from the door. [[note]] The [[note]]The Railway station ''was'' covered in HollywoodDarkness but the point still stands[[/note]]stands.[[/note]]



* ThouShaltNotKill: Judging by all of the decisions by players according to the stats, players refused to kill, whether it meant [[SaveTheVillain electing to spare villains]] [[spoiler: like the St. Johns]], trying to save [[{{Jerkass}} jerkasses]] [[spoiler: like Larry]], or stopping TheLoad [[spoiler: like Ben]] from committing a HeroicSacrifice.[[note]] In every case, presence of MoralityPet Clementine has been stated to be one of the most common reasons why people do so; more than half of people kill Danny, it's Andy (where Clementine is clearly present) where 80% seem to decide not to. Clementine was present when Larry had a heart attack, while Clementine was the lone member of the group to speak on Ben's behalf.[[/note]]

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* ThouShaltNotKill: Judging by all of the decisions by players according to the stats, players refused to kill, whether it meant [[SaveTheVillain electing to spare villains]] [[spoiler: like the St. Johns]], trying to save [[{{Jerkass}} jerkasses]] [[spoiler: like Larry]], or stopping TheLoad [[spoiler: like Ben]] from committing a HeroicSacrifice.[[note]] In [[note]]In every case, presence of MoralityPet Clementine has been stated to be one of the most common reasons why people do so; more than half of people kill Danny, it's Andy (where Clementine is clearly present) where 80% seem to decide not to. Clementine was present when Larry had a heart attack, while Clementine was the lone member of the group to speak on Ben's behalf.[[/note]]
24th Feb '17 7:38:10 PM WhiteRoseSamurai
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** Episode One: [[spoiler: Whoever you chose to stay with in the Season 2 finale (Kenny, Jane, or Edith) dies in a flashback. Jane hangs herself after discovering she's pregnant with Luke's child, Kenny is thrown through the windshield of a car and devoured, and Edith is shot by bandits. Toward the end of the episode, Mariana is abruptly shot in the head by the New Frontier.]]

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** Episode One: [[spoiler: Whoever you chose to stay with in the Season 2 finale (Kenny, Jane, or Edith) dies in a flashback. Jane hangs herself after discovering she's pregnant with Luke's child, Kenny is thrown through the windshield of a car car, paralyzed and devoured, and Edith is shot by bandits.bandits who attack Wellington. Toward the end of the episode, Mariana is abruptly shot in the head by the New Frontier.]]
6th Feb '17 3:12:08 PM morenohijazo
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* PhilosophicalChoiceEndings: "Is survival worth risking becoming a violent monster?" In the ending, you have to decide over Lee's fate, but in a way that is also your last lesson for Clementine. Do you want to a) have her shoot Lee and teach her to survive at any cost, even if through violence, or do you b) teach her to abstain from violence when ever possible to prevent her from possibly turning into a ruthless monster. With the game often giving you the opportunity to use violence or not, this perfectly fits the games general theme pretty well.
4th Feb '17 12:19:11 PM smalltime
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* SchrodingersGun: Conrad will have either a winning poker hand or a bad one depending on whether Francine goes in or folds, respectively.
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