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The bear and brainwashed warriors are good, but they aren't limitless. True Ludd is still alive, but we saved Ryon and as Asher is in his prime he should be able to recover from his wounds better than Roderick.
There is also Talia, she should be growing up soon, and was schooled by Ethan decisions. Ludd is just angry boar without much charisma, and once we killed his favorite son it should make him think about next move.
Josera havent fully mastered blood magic so it is better to keep her in North Grove. As far as we have seen with Melisandre it is not a problem for blood magic to kill from distance.
I will keep the decree in 1 savefile and burn it in the other I think. Will probably marry Morgryn in 2 savefiles aswell.
Could be of use in season 2. With Roderick we will ally Eleane, with Asher w … more e will pork with Gwyn.
So much yes. Your reasoning is exactly the same as mine and I've been a staunch defender of this on the forums since the traitor reveal.
People can say what they will, but without extreme changes to what we know about his character, Royland just DOESN'T fit the role of a traitor, period.
Which he clearly isn't. I don't know who in their right mind could believe that the very man who advocated violence and defiance against the Whitehills at every turn could also have been secretly working with them.
The impetuous, hot headed, not a shred of subtlety on him Royland? Get outta town. Meanwhile Duncan, he just fits the profile extremely well.
I just wish this wasn't choice determinant and Duncan would always end up as the traitor- then if you've picked him as Sentinel, the betrayal would feel more personal.
Right now I would never do a playthrough with Duncan as Sentinel, so as to avoid the massive rape to Royland's character, especially if you play a defiant Rodrik and leave Royland without his betrayal arguments in the traitor reveal scene.
Now, onto where I disagree with you. That is on two major choices in episode 5. First things first, despite my arguments in the previous paragraph, I would argue that sparing the traitor makes for better storytelling.
It's simple. Royland's a soldier. It is an extremely fitting ending to his character that he goes down with the keep, fighting to the last.
Having saved his Lord's life, he gives his all and takes as many Whitehills to the grave as he can, loyal to his final breath.
I honestly don't see him doing much more interesting stuff if he survives, other than being just another soldier by your side.
Now Duncan, on the other hand Maybe it's just because I'm a sucker for redemption stories, but it also feels like his character isn't done.
There has to be more to this best friend of Gregor Forrester, the only other person besides Gared and Rodrik who knows of the North Grove, than just ending up impaled by a sword.
Being broken out in the siege and rushing to the rescue of his Lord with the person that wanted him dead the most Talia sounds about right for starters.
At least it's more interesting. And final, once again, from the storytelling perspective, I would argue that Asher is the better choice to survive Episode 5.
Because, by applying the same logic I apply when choosing a Sentinel, so that my beloved character doesn't end up being inconsistent, I feel that keeping Rodrik alive makes no sense for him, at least not the way I played my Rodrik.
I just can't picture how my Rodrik, who defied the Whitehills against all odds with every breath, would choose to flee, leaving his younger brother who just crossed half the world to help him, to die.
And later on, flee as his home burns. That's just No, my Rodrik chose to sacrifice his life, putting his faith into Asher, and went down with as many Whitehills as he could.
For me, leaving Rodrik there is a far more satisfying even if still bitter ending for his character than leaving Asher is for Asher's.
There's some semblance of meaning to Rodrik's story then- he came back from the dead to lead his house in the time of greatest peril and ultimately gave his life to allow his long exiled brother to pick up the torch.
That's noble. Meanwhile, if you leave Asher, his use in the story amounts to bringing his brother some 5 pit fighters to bolster his meager forces, which end up not mattering in the end anyway.
Oh and add to that one heartbroken Beshka. Furthermore, I disagree with the argument that if you kill Ludd, you win by Ramsay's terms and if you lose Rodrik, you lose.
Ramsay never set those terms. He said "Last House standing wins", plain and simple. As many people have said in these forums already, the House is not the Lord.
House Forrester didn't fall when Rodrik died, no more than it did when Gregor died. That's just a lie Ludd made up, so he could push the Forresters towards peace on his terms.
Gwyn may very well be right, he's afraid of Asher, can't predict him, and therefore is trying to manipulate him into surrender as best he can.
So once again, I would choose Asher, and even if I did choose Rodrik to survive, back in the Whitehill camp, I would choose to go after Gryff, rather than Ludd- simply because I couldn't imagine Rodrik putting Ryon into such obvious danger.
Ludd clearly states that if anything should happen to him, Ryon dies. Ergo, Rodrik would always go after Gryff and to secure Ryon. At least the Rodrik I imagine.
And last but not least, another reason why Rodrik's path makes no sense to me- the final battle. After you come back into the camp, it turns out that the Whitehills somehow got inside, despite the fact that their battering ram is still hard at work.
This is never explained. Did they leave the postern gate wide open or something? I'd rather just avoid this plothole completely and not make the Forresters look like incompetent twats.
Meanwhile, if you pick Asher, his path makes more sense- as you prepare a feast, I imagine the negotiations went that Ludd takes a token force with him as his personal guard inside, roughly to match your garrison numbers, so that he feels secure in the feast- while the rest of his army remain outside the walls and the gate remains in Forrester control.
Then the courtyard battle makes much more sense as you rush to retake the gate that was presumably overwhelmed by an attack from both sides.
So those are my arguments on what I believe to be the best choices for what will be my personal "canon" playthrough. They are not always the "best" outcomes perhaps, but personally I go for what makes the most sense from the narrative perspective, so as to avoid gaping plotholes, similar to your logic with the Sentinel choice, rather than what would end up objectively best for House Forrester.
Sentinel - against my personal preferences i picked Royland, he seems right person for hard times, also in times of war it is better to have master of arms as second in comand.
Always have hard grip on army. Duncan fits better as traitor, diplomacy to the end is his way. I spare his life, since i fallow the Sith code, at that moment his death will bring no joy nor benefit, and in past his opinions sending thief to the wall was valuable.
I picked Asher as survivor, since mercenaries will fallow him more. And Roderick will never abandon his lil brother.
I do not trust Ramsey, hope there will be option to kill him at some point. Have no intencion to play by Ramsey rules.
The best option is to make peace with Whitehills and strike against Boltons. The first playthrough will have Asher alive with Royland as sentinel and Rodrik standing up to everything the Whitehills do.
I'm coming close to the point of deciding to kill or spare Duncan. Same for my other playthrough, which will have Rodrik alive. I play him as a family man, shallowing a lot of Whitehill actions, and kiss the ring so Ryon can attend the funeral for example.
Duncan is the sentinel in this game for his more thought out longterm House-related arguments. Your reasoning is exactly the same as mine and I've been … more a staunch defender of this on the forums since the traitor reveal.
I just wish this wasn't choice determinant and Duncan would always end up as the traitor- then if you've picked him as Sentinel, the betrayal w… [view original content].
So if you pick Royland how exactly are you supposed to all meet at the North Grove? Of course it's telltale so knowing them Rodrick will fart out a magic rainbow that will lead you right there but still I like my choices to make sense.
This has been argued countless times. You are not wrong for choosing Rodrik to stay behind. If that's how you like your story to be, then it is perfectly right for you to do that.
I just want to give my take on why I made Asher stay behind. The reason why I chose Asher to stay behind, it simply didn't fit MY Asher to let his elder brother die.
I played Asher as a man who will do anything for his family, he saved Malcom than Beskha from the dragon because he has a stronger loyalty toward his family, he prevented Beskha from killing her former master because he hold his family as the first priority and finally, sacrificing himself for Rodrik show how much he loves them.
I chose the ambiguous you know what happens to women in war. Not sure if she stays regardless of what I say.
Other then that I'm happy with my choices. Telltale in some cases screwed me by bad writing like keeping the knife meant keeping it in perpetuity ugh no Mira was meant to dispose of it later just not in the heat of the moment near the crime scene.
I'm also happy with my choice to marry. WIth the coalboy taking the fall there is no reason for Mira to go through with the marriage though I doubt telltale will write it that way.
Sacrificing cutter. He was going to die anyways. Might as well make his death useful. I knew I might piss off the wildling chick but it's like Sera would I rather have Dargs and blood magic or a little girl like me.
Not telling the secret to anyone else. Really why would you? Snow in the epilogue is angry but really it's the forresters trump card. Not telling anyone is sort of a perquisite.
Plus you have no idea how the crows on the whole would react. I like Duncan more as well, but you're right, he really does make a better traitor.
Rodrik and Elissa both sound more hurt realizing that their father's closest friend ended up betraying them. When I went back through and tried to play it according to what I believed to be cano … more n, I purposefully chose choices I didn't agree with because I thought they would make the story better.
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