The Walking Dead: Episode 4 - Playing Dead Episode 7
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- Oct 8, 2012
The seventh episode of "Playing Dead" contains major spoilers for The Walking Dead: Episode 3.
so excited! i want the new ep...i work by the simple rule "mess with me and i will take your life!" i killed the brothers, i shot the girl out of pity and i left that...lily to die..cant say i didn't have one of those reactions when she shot carly...although poor Doug...i wanted to kill ben!! maybe i will get to!
I had a Carley playthrough. I let Lily get in the car. My thinking was "I have no higher authority to sentence her to die here than she did to kill Carley."
My morality would not allow me to sentence another human being to die, for almost any crime. To my way of thinking, in almost any case, Incarceration is preferable to extermination.
The dead are forgotten, quickly and easily. Those kept alive to suffer the consequence of their actions are lessons to themselves and society. I didn't kill either of the brothers in episode 2, either.
For me letting Lily back in the car wasn't an easy choice, especially since I've liked Carley's doofyness since episode 1. But it was morally the right choice for me to make. If I am at all judge, then, though I'd allow myself to become executioner, I certainly will not make myself jury.
Here was my thought process when it came to Lily: "Well if I kick her out now, then we're done with her. But if I bring her along, maybe I'll find something else out. I'll bring her along, just incase she comes in handy later." It had nothing to do with punishment.