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The Playing Dead – The Wolf Among Us: Smoke and Mirrors

 

 
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Kriss, Kev & Sterling talk about the last episode of The Wolf Among Us Season 1, Smoke & Mirrors. We talk about the different choices we made during this episode as Bigsby Wolf tries to find out who was behind the murders of Faith and Snow White from Episode 1.

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Co-host of Insanity Check Podcast and creator of MovieTrailerReviews.Net. He believes movies are made for entertainment and that sometimes you just need to sit back and enjoy.


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  1.  
    mileswarrin

    In my play, Grendel’s arm was missing. He had his shirt on but his sleeve was folded up.




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      mileswarrin

      “Bluebeard” (French: La Barbe bleue) is a French literary folktale, the most famous surviving version of which was written by Charles Perrault and first published by Barbin in Paris in January 1697 in Histoires ou Contes du temps passé. The tale tells the story of a violent nobleman in the habit of murdering his wives and the attempts of one wife to avoid the fate of her predecessors. Gilles de Rais, a 15th-century aristocrat and prolific serial killer, has been suggested as the source for the character of Bluebeard, as has Conomor the Accursed, an early Breton king. “The White Dove”, “Mister Fox” and “Fitcher’s Bird” are tales similar to “Bluebeard”.
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bluebeard




  2.  
    Terxav

    I remember correctly ichabod was giving Snow White a bunch of hassle about a bottle wine is she bought for him and he was running late for a weekly appointment. Once the bottle of wine appeared at the crime scene and the fact that Lily was standing in for faith. I though Crane was the killer but after listening to the podcast, it might have been someone who knew about Crane’s weekly meeting and wanted to frame Crane. Of course there is also the possibility that Lilly was the primary target. Then that would mean someone was following her even when she was in Snow White glamour. Perhaps the tweedle brothers .




  3.  
    crimsonpeach

    I think I only had three differences in options: 1) in the autopsy scene I pried Lily’s hand open and got the flowers that matched the ones in the hotel room 2) Insead of kncocking the keg over to reveal the safe, I end up noticing the safe when I push the keg aside while talking to Gorgy. 3) I did end up opening room 203 (the one where people are knocking the boots). They scream and I apologize as I slam the door back.

    Thanks Kev for putting me up on this game. I’m big on storylines but since I haven’t gamed since the Sega Genesis days, the complicated gameplay of games these days is too much. My boyfriend is currently running through the Mass Effect series for me by doing all the shooting, fighting stuff but letting me make all the decisions. We are almost done with Mass Effect 2 and I love it. I’m going to dig up past episodes where y’all discussed the ending once I’m finished. This game is perfect for me since the controls are super easy and the storyline is awesome. Looking forward to the discussion of the next episodes.




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      Thanks for listening and we’re definitely going to be discussing everyone’s choices on the next Playing Dead we do. I’m also thinking about trying to get everyone together to do a Playing Dead for Mass Effect 3. I can’t remember when we discussed it but I know we all love that game so it would be pretty cool to go back and have another discussion about it.





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