Out of all the characters at the Motor Inn, Ben's is the most tragic. He joined the group about three months after and by that time everyone got to know each other. The must heartbreaking part is when you realize that Ben really needed someone to look out for him because he's too old to be considered a kid, but not old enough to have experience. Ben needed a Lee Everett. A mentor who would help him through his teenage mind and get him more used to being an adult.
He did really form a connection with Doug (if you save him) but most people chose Carley. I believe that if Doug was mentoring, Ben wouldn't have made half the mistakes he made.
I loved ben, up until he confessed that he was the one stealing the supplies. i was so mad because he was the reason carley was dead. but after that, i loved him again, just because he thought he was always doing something wrong..
Same here, even though I had Doug with me and if you have Doug then Lilly actually tries to shoot Ben and Doug literally jumps in front of him and gets shot in the head to save Ben which makes it much more.... I dunno which word to use. But you get the point :/
Because it's like Game of Thrones.... 1) Kill is many characers as possible 2) Including the main character who everyone thought would survive for sure (Ned Stark=Lee) 3) And yet there's one character who you know is never going to be killed off (Tyrion Lannister=Clementine)
-depression- I, personally, think Ben's death was sadder and more gruesome than some of the others. But it's also a bit unfair between two games: TLoU (The Last of Us) and The Walking Dead itself. TLoU's Joel fell from a railing and landed on a stake, much like Ben did, but Joel survived. SUCH SADNESS.
Poor Ben, just wants to help. That's all, and I don't know why people hate him. Yes, he was a coward, but he's a kid like Clem. It's kind of realistic- Ben, who's in High School, is paranoid. I have to admit, I'll be scared like Ben if there was a zombie apocalypse. Ben, I understand. ;A;