• We all know that Larry is consistently pissed for a reason, and it's possibly because of his wife's death and/or PTSD, or other reasons, but he nearly killed Lee back at the Pharmacy in order to protect the group because Lee was a killer before the apocalypse started, but what do you think is your reasons, and do you think that Larry is an antagonist or not? Give some details why or why not!

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    • i think he is not, he was a military man so he is aggressive like david garcia. he knows lee is a murderer, and he tried to remove him from other survivors. because larry thinks lee is dangerous man.

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    • He's not worth the energy to label an antagonist!

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    • An antagonist is someone who actively opposes or is hostile to the protagonist, so yes he is an antagonist.

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    • DeathsSweetKiss wrote:
      An antagonist is someone who actively opposes or is hostile to the protagonist, so yes he is an antagonist.

      this makes him villain, but not antagonist.

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    • DeathsSweetKiss wrote:
      An antagonist is someone who actively opposes or is hostile to the protagonist, so yes he is an antagonist.

      Then wouldn't that apply to Arvo too? I mean he literally shoots Clementine but is not considered an antagonist.

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    • Please don't start again with the Arvo thing. Check the "History" on his page to know the criteria used for that decision.¬†

      Larry, in my opinion, is not an antagonist. His actions are partially justified by the fact that he knows the truth about Lee and that the outbreak was at the beginning. In the beginning in his eyes Lee it is still a murderer. 

      By example, Fern is not considered an antagonist too, but she's is hostile towards Javi, and even tries to kill him. But her actions are justified, too.

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    • just look up the definition of antagonist¬†

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