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In a lot of ways, I support who they decided to kill. It was effective and the scene was just handled so so well. But I do think that they replaced two of the big comic deaths; Ezekiel and Rosita, with another two big deaths of the season; Jesus and Tara. I know Jesus wasn’t piked, but he did die earlier in the season by the Whisperers. For some reason, I always saw Jesus and King Ezekiel to function on the same tier of importance. Like, they were kind of introduced at the same time, and they were both such unique presences that made such a difference to the show during the Negan arc of seasons 6-8. Obviously Henry was kind of a good “replacement” death for Ezekiel, and I’m happy that he’s still here and alive rn (even tho he may die soon, who knows), but Jesus was just so much more important to the overall brand and feel for the show than Henry. I kinda feel the same way about Tara and Rosita, as those two characters were, to me, always kind of holding the same amount of importance. What do you think? Do you think they made the right decisions of axing Jesus and Tara in season 9, instead of Ezekiel and Rosita? I just wonder how the show would feel if those two characters made it, and the show sticked to those comic deaths instead of letting them survive
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I just think it’s funny how Telltale’s The Walking Dead always includes that one character in each season that is either a liability, makes you face palm HARD, or both that they eventually kill off. 1. Ben. A lot of people feel bad for Ben only when he went off on Kenny saying how he doesn’t know what happened to his family and Kenny was lucky because he actually got to say goodbye. I think that is total BS because he is the one that cause Duck (Kenny Jr. and Kenny’s son) to get bit, while he was trading with the raiders, which resulted in Katjaa’s suicide when faced with her son’s death. Ben not only got Kenny’s entire family killed and blamed it on Kenny but he also fails too protect or even try’s to be brave or act tough for example. When the group reached Crawford, the bells rang which attracted walkers. Ben and Clementine were cornered by walkers and Lee told Ben to help Clementine. Ben only cared about himself and left Clementine to be devoured by walkers as Lee tried to kill as many walkers as he could. This leads to Chuck saving Clementine from the walkers but he too was also cornered which probably forced him to go into the sewers which his fate was later revealed that he was cornered also in the sewers and committed suicide. His dead body was devoured by walkers. So this also means that Ben also caused Chuck to get killed. He also Indirectly caused either Carly or Doug to get killed by Lily after they were accused or dealing with the raiders and he caused the disappearance of Kenny which led to his assumed death. In my opinion Ben was one of the absolute WORST characters in the entire series (even including villains such as the St.Johns Dairy people and the Delta). I will leave the rest in the comment because this has become a huge post lol.
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What is your favourite ending to the Walking Dead Season 2? My personal favourite ending is letting Kenny kill Jane, going to Wellington with him and then having the most emotionally devastating ending to TWD S2 by entering Wellington and watching Kenny walk away all alone like the badass family man he is. Cheers for all the replies.
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Is crm the commonwealth cause I feel like they are the commonwealth but different name.
Hey, I have only just today beat the Walking Dead Season 4/The Final Season and I can't stop feeling sick whenever I think of Clementine, Lee, Kenny and Violet and all the other characters. My Clementine taught AJ that murder was wrong, AJ killed Lilly and my Clem was highly pro-Violet and fell in love with her. But with that happy ending, I just feel sad and sick. I just can't stop feeling so... Gut punched, I guess. I have no idea how exactly to explain it but I get butterflies thinking about Clementine, Lee, Kenny and the rest of them. Maybe it's just knowing that we'll probably never see them again or maybe it's something else. I don't feel like I've lost someone, I expected almost everything in TWD's very last episode but I can't stop feeling so fucking sick. I can't get that damn song Minnie sang out of my head and the only way I can describe it is like someone is ripping my guts apart on the inside. What did you guys think about this ending and did you feel the same way as myself? Thanks for any replies.
P.s. - I am under twenty years old and I did grow up with the Walking Dead Telltale Series, I replayed them day in day out for months on end until the third one came out, then I played it until the fourth episode and never continued it until recently.
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Telltale's The Walking Dead Season Two:
I think Jane was a terrible character, I honestly think things would have been better if she was replaced with Molly(season one). Molly was a much better character than Jane. It would also make me actually think about the choice at the end of season two in whether or not to save Jane and kill Kenny, because every single time it's the easiest choice ever! You don't betray your closest friend and your family - Kenny - to some manipulative bitch like Jane. So do you guys think that Jane should have been replaced by Molly? or do you guys like Jane?
Also, for season three, instead of killing whoever survived season two, have them return in David's position. Can you fucking imagine Kenny walking out of Richmond with that brand instead of David? Damn... That would have been dope.
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