• I'm curious who actually decides what goes into for example the actions of a character.

    I was reading though the discription of Lily from the video game and it just feels wrong, to quote:

    "In "Suffer The Children", she desired to have the school children come peacefully as opposed to kidnapping them. When her group forcefully entered the school and the situation escalated, she reluctantly ordered her people to kill if necessary, but could not bring herself to kill Clementine."

    Shouting kill who you have to and take the rest after already murdering one child wasn't "reluctantly ordering her people to kill if necessary."

    She held the gun on Clementine and was tightening her finger on the trigger to fire when she is tackled by Violet/Lewis, this wasn't her unable to kill Clementine (the same girl her and Abel consistenly try to kill while chasing her through a forest)

    There is too much bias in how the wiki is wrote.  

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    • Not sure about the Clementine thing, but Mitch's death was accidental, as it was somewhat of a quick reaction of Lily and didn't actually mean to kill him.

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    • Weirdsciencex wrote:

      There is too much bias in how the wiki is wrote.  

      re-write it yourself then. None of us our professionals or do this as a job. Passionate people are likely to write passionate content, especially when it comes to the games. The telltale community is a lot more character-based (obviously, given how invested they are with their choices) so chances are it's gonna be a little more informal than the comic or show pages. IMO at least. 



      If you have a problem, edit it. :)

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    • Jaga 321 wrote:
      Weirdsciencex wrote:

      There is too much bias in how the wiki is wrote.  

      re-write it yourself then. None of us our professionals or do this as a job. Passionate people are likely to write passionate content, especially when it comes to the games. The telltale community is a lot more character-based (obviously, given how invested they are with their choices) so chances are it's gonna be a little more informal than the comic or show pages. IMO at least. 



      If you have a problem, edit it. :)

      This

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    • Lilly tightening her finger on the trigger is actually determinant, depending on what you say.

      If you say "See you in hell" or "Get it over with", Lilly will tighten her finger on the trigger and put the barrel on Clem's forehead, prepared to shoot, but if you say "We were family once", Lilly will be visibly saddened and she doesnt touch the trigger, but she gets tackled anyways. 

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