Does cutting Lee’s arm off help Clementine survive? Some people are skeptical, but there is no evidence to suggest otherwise. In the Season One game of The Walking Dead, Lee is bitten on his arm. Lee dies despite having his arm amputated. Lee’s amputation was perhaps too lengthy and not enough to save his life. Clementine was likely bitten long enough to survive and have her leg amputated, but it wasn’t fast enough to save her.
Lee also dies from blood loss when he is bitten. But if he is bitten without the arm, he will die of blood loss and the bite. However, if Lee is attacked with both arms, he could still die after being bitten. The arm is not necessary for Lee to fight, so he can be killed with just one arm. This would have been the case in the original version.
The show’s premise suggests that cutting Lee’s arm will benefit the survivors of the community. It is up to the player to decide if it helps Lee’s condition. However, many people who have tried different endings have noted that the endings are different. Lee will pass out twice if the arm isn’t amputated. If it is, he will only pass out once.
The final choice is an interesting one, however. The final decision of the player is crucial to the game’s plot. It’s a question of whether Lee should have left the injured person to die alone, or should he be attempting to help the one who waited longer to rescue him. In the final analysis, Lee’s euthanasia makes perfect sense. The final decision is crucial, and if it doesn’t help Lee, it’s a waste of time.
Clementine has overcome impossible odds and is able pull Lee to safety when Lee is unconscious. This action sets off a series of events that culminates in Clementine being kidnapped. The episode concludes on an emotional note with Clementine and Lee being rescued. She was able save her brother but it wasn’t enough.
In the season finale of The Walking Dead, the player has the option of slashing Lee’s arm off to help Clementine. In this case, however, the decision ultimately depends on the severity of the situation. Lee will continue to pass out if his arm isn’t severed. Lee will not be able to be cut with a knife, so the axe cannot be used.
Clementine’s fate is ultimately up to her, and her character is torn between the two philosophies. On the one hand, she is the Ayn Rand/Bear Grylls version of the game’s main character, Jane, and she believes in the idea of cutting off the weak for self-preservation. On the other hand, she believes that Lee is a father figure to her. And in the end, her choice is futile – he’s too close to death, and the infection has spread too far.