The Walking Dead: Season Two

The Walking Dead: Season Two

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IcePhoneix07 Aug 29, 2014 @ 2:26am
SPOILER WARNING: Jane or Kenny?
In my playthrough, I decided to shoot Kenny. Why? I didn't have time think it through to figure out why, but I think it was because I didn't want too see someone I had known for so long, become a monster.

But now I regret that decision. While Jane does look-out for Clementine, she was the reason that I was forced to kill Kenny. What's even more puzzling is I actually choose to forgave her for killing Kenny without calling her crazy or acting pissed off at her. I guess I didn't want Clem to be alone again, especially with a baby.

Now that I've watched the alternate endings for this episode, I feel like killing Kenny was a terrible and regreftul decision.

So did I do the right thing, considering the situation?

Did you decide to kill Kenny or did you look the other way?
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Mystix Aug 29, 2014 @ 2:31am 
Replay the fight-scene, imagine the choice you made before never happened, and keep Kenny alive 'til the end. You may find it much more rewarding and more "feels". :)
I let Kenny live, and I feel like the ending was definitely on point. It gave me a feeltrip.
Pride Aug 29, 2014 @ 2:40am 
Well, I decided to kill Kenny, not because I felt Jane would be the better choice but because I figured Kenny deserved some rest, I mean he had lost everything time and time again.. I figured he would be happier in the afterlife.
I let Kenny kill Jane.
False Prophet Aug 29, 2014 @ 3:06am 
I went with jane first then went to see other endings. Now that I have seen kenny's endings I'm sticking with that file if season 3 comes out. That begins said why would tyou put spoiler warnings the elude to a conflict? you should remake this thread.
Last edited by False Prophet; Aug 29, 2014 @ 3:08am
IcePhoneix07 Aug 29, 2014 @ 3:11am 
Well if I don't put in a spoiler warning, another user is gonna complain on why I didn't put in a spoiler warning.
False Prophet Aug 29, 2014 @ 3:12am 
Originally posted by risbolla:
It's a decision you don't have time to think about, so you decided with your heart. Your heart wasn't with Kenny and now you get to live with your regret... remember, no going back! A true believer wouldn't have a lapse in faith like that :kenny:

yea....because its not like its a game.....true believer....wtf?
Elleon L Aug 29, 2014 @ 3:13am 
At my playthrough Jane survived
cause she is so cool and awesome :'0
Best new character ever :'D
Last edited by Elleon L; Aug 29, 2014 @ 3:13am
False Prophet Aug 29, 2014 @ 3:13am 
Originally posted by flagx:
Well if I don't put in a spoiler warning, another user is gonna complain on why I didn't put in a spoiler warning.

You say spoilers then post JANE or KENNY? you dont think that gives some spoilers right there?
Last edited by False Prophet; Aug 29, 2014 @ 3:14am
[TAW] Enerccio Aug 29, 2014 @ 3:14am 
Originally posted by risbolla:
It's a decision you don't have time to think about, so you decided with your heart. Your heart wasn't with Kenny and now you get to live with your regret... remember, no going back! A true believer wouldn't have a lapse in faith like that :kenny:
Amen brother. With every choice I have helped Kenny. I pulled that ♥♥♥♥♥ every chance I got and at the end I didn't shoot Kenny. I also didn't leave him at Wellington.
Sinbe Aug 29, 2014 @ 3:19am 
I paused at the decision point and thought about it, then I remembered Jane said to "stay out of it", so I "looked away". After that I saw how crazy Jane was, leaving a baby at risk like that to start a fight, I'm glad I didn't shoot Kenny.
At the end I chose to stay in Wellington. Man did I cry like a baby as Kenny says his goodbye.
jormar Aug 29, 2014 @ 3:25am 
Originally posted by Aries:
At my playthrough Jane survived
cause she is so cool and awesome :'0
Best new character ever :'D

She is detestable. Just ignore my profile picture.
Sinbe Aug 29, 2014 @ 3:26am 
I guess one of the lessons here is "don't play God". Don't think you are responsible for anyone else's decision, whether it's Jane's decision to start a fight, or Kenny's decision to kill for revenge. If you look away, you're still not responsible for Jane's death, it's Kenny who is responsible. But if you shoot Kenny, you take a life, and if it's the wrong choice then you only have yourself to blame.
I killed Kenny, because i thinked that he was gonna die anyways.
He was going insane and i didnt support the idea of going north.
Oh, and people, dont replay it. It's a decition and you'll have to live with that. It's cheating.
I've always loved kenny and i always will. It gets so dramatic.
Anyway, i've never cried that much til i shot kenny.
#RipKenny #AlwaysInOurHeart
IcePhoneix07 Aug 29, 2014 @ 3:52am 
Originally posted by Matts Dt:
I killed Kenny, because i thinked that he was gonna die anyways.
He was going insane and i didnt support the idea of going north.
Oh, and people, dont replay it. It's a decition and you'll have to live with that. It's cheating.
I've always loved kenny and i always will. It gets so dramatic.
Anyway, i've never cried that much til i shot kenny.
#RipKenny #AlwaysInOurHeart

I killed Kenny, because I was scared and couldn't handle seeing him do this to a human being. It was a tough decision that I have come to regret as Kenny was part of the original crew in Season 1. Even though I forgave and was nice to Jane afterwards, it wasn't because I wanted to, it's because I didn't want to see Clem by herself again, especially with a baby. Anyways, since were now in a shelter in Howe's Hardware and chose to invite the new family in, I'm gonna give Jane a piece of my mind in Season 3 and make sure she feels ♥♥♥♥ for tricking me into killing Kenny.
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