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Re: The Walking Dead and Cantr

Postby Doug R. » Mon Mar 12, 2012 3:29 pm

It's the character development that keeps me interested. It is true that there's less zombies in season 2 (so far), and that it does center around conflict within the group. However, that conflict just had an epic climax in last night's episode (with shambling consequences). If you find that kind of thing boring, it's probably best to watch season 2 all at once, and it won't seem like it's being drug out, since there's no anticipation for the next episode.
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Re: The Walking Dead and Cantr

Postby yougo » Fri Mar 23, 2012 3:44 am

Doug R. wrote:
If the Walking Dead were Cantr, and the situation was the same, would we have killed that guy? Yes, I think we would have. Odds are, we would have left him behind at the scene of the attack, and never had this problem.


I was just thinking Cantr needs some zombies.....

Anyways, the friggin guy almost killed em when he was up there on the roof sniping. That's all the reason they needed to kill the guy. I would have done the "humane" thing and put him out of his misery when he was stuck on that gate.

Cantr really is like the Walking Dead though. I mean I could identify at least one of my chars with Rick. He tried to do that whole democracy thing and that just ended up leaving the group broken, the house overrun with zombies, and his best friend dead after he tried to kill him. You need a strong leader is survival situations. Democracy is great only when there is time to discuss things with others.
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Re: The Walking Dead and Cantr

Postby Mr. Bones » Tue Apr 02, 2013 7:52 am

RIP Merle, Andrea, T-Dog, Lori and half of Woodbury. lol

Carl is cold blooded now, I think he's gonna be a trouble maker in season 4.
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Re: The Walking Dead and Cantr

Postby Mr. Bones » Tue Apr 02, 2013 7:52 am

RIP Merle, Andrea, T-Dog, Lori and half of Woodbury. lol

Carl is cold blooded now, I think he's gonna be a trouble maker in season 4.
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Re: The Walking Dead and Cantr

Postby Mr. Bones » Fri Apr 12, 2013 5:45 am

I only live about two hours from Atlanta, and I'm familiar with the route. I wonder what my odds would be of being selected as a season 4 walker? The WD facebook page mentions they do casting calls through some agency that handles their walkers. i mean really how much acting experience would be required to be a zombie? lol You'd be on screen for like five seconds before Daryl put an arrow in your head.
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Re: The Walking Dead and Cantr

Postby JohnnyScribble » Sat Apr 13, 2013 6:52 pm

I would kill to have Daryl put a bolt in my head. :P
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Re: The Walking Dead and Cantr

Postby Mr. Bones » Sun Apr 14, 2013 8:34 am

That would be an awesome thing to pass down through the generations, have to admit.
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Re: The Walking Dead and Cantr

Postby prometheus » Wed Oct 28, 2015 1:21 am

This isn't so related to Cantr but OH MY GOD I NEED EMOTIONAL SUPPORT AFTER THAT LAST EPISODE SOMEONE HOLD ME :cry: :cry: :cry:
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Re: The Walking Dead and Cantr

Postby MonkeyPants4736 » Wed Oct 28, 2015 1:49 am

*hugs* I kept waiting for it to be a mistake, but it wasn't :cry:
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Re: The Walking Dead and Cantr

Postby prometheus » Wed Oct 28, 2015 6:53 am

I've heard talk of a plot twist. I'm thinking those are Nicholas's intestines. Hoping.
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Re: The Walking Dead and Cantr

Postby JohnnyScribble » Wed Oct 28, 2015 10:45 pm

Have faith. Nothing is certain yet. But please, let it not be real.
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