Really, Emily doing anything Matt suggests depends on how much you take her side during the opening episodes of the game. Your only option now is to save yourself right away, or try to save Emily once and then save yourself. So if Emily has the gun, and Matt jumps to safety, will she still survive? A guidance totem told me to give it to him, which I did, and he immediately fired the flare into the air, wasting it. Twins Clue 11 Next, examine the radio then open the door and head outside. You have to make the right choices in the correct chapters or else everyone will die. Then Ashley opened the trap door, Mike got killed in the cabin explosion, and Josh got captured by Hannah and turned into a wendigo himself.
Attempting to save her puts him in a position where the can find him and grab him. We stayed Calm in this situation rather than Rebuke, and highly suggest you do so too if you want to live. Instead, leave the deer in peace and you will get through without a scratch, triggering a Butterfly Effect. Near the end of chapter 8, Ashley will spot the Wendigo bite on Emily. All of them can die, live, or you could have a combination of some who died and others that lived.
Chapter 4 Matt and Emily are on their way back to the lodge, when they see and Ashley stumbling out of the shed. Ashley: When her and Josh are tied up ready to be sliced by the saw blades, sacrifice Josh. Butterfly Effect: Who Gets The Gun Emily gives the flare gun to Matt Emily keeps the flare gun Though I tagged this as a flag, the actual death scene will not occur this chapter. If you want her to die, miss them all. So, again, Matt has to disagree on the ranger tower, then Emily has to give him the flare gun.
If Matt is alone in the mines because Jessica died in Chapter 4, players should choose roughly the same things, although they will be worded slightly different. After it moves on, they will progress through the cave until the Wendigo begins to pursue them again. If Emily keeps the gun for herself, she will have the option to either shoot or stow it. And she rarely fought his Ideas. You have to do this absolutely still trick twice with the game controller in order to make her survive. I was apparently on a damn good run to save nearly everyone except no flare gun having Matt, when things all went to hell after missing one shot by a nano-second with Chris.
If you do this, you can lead Chris down the same path and kill him the exact same way. Flip through all the pages and Josh Washington will be spared. If he has the flare gun, he can use it. During Chapter 6, Chris and Ashley will be strapped to chairs and sitting at a table, with Chris having access to a gun. After these decisions you are given the option multiple times to Jump to Safety or Save Emily. Does her end interview say something different about him? Finally, during the finale at the lodge, Emily can die during the explosion if Sam hits the switch too early. Turned down Emily's idea to head to the radio tower and give Matt the flare gun.
If they hide, they can survive. Until Dawn is lifting up the genre and providing new interest in the mechanisms they share. But the Wendigo bit Emily, not the other way around lol. Having played multiple times and watched friends play I think it's safe to say everyone can have a fairly unique experience. During the tower collapse, you'll be given an option to Save Emily or Jump to Safety. If everyone except Josh died, he will plead with the authorities to investigate the mines. Matt can either tell Mike to stay away from them or be welcoming towards him.
If he fails to catch her, they both die. If you disagreed and gave him the flare gun, he'll keep it. If he saw Mike with Emily, he can either fight Mike or tell him that he saw him and Emily through the telescope. I simply cannot wait to see what they will do next! Again I missed the first 4 or 5 chapters he played. Use those scissors you found.
The save Emily option will show up twice, if you try to save her the second time Matt will fall and search for Emily. Josh: There is a secret ending with Josh is you manage to save everyone. There is one for having everyone live, everyone die, having all the girls survive, and having all the boys survive. I disagreed with Emily at any opportunity, except for the Cable Car station, since I honestly could not be bothered with the innevitable argument. He wants some closure for everybody to have a good time in honor of Beth and Hannah.
Even if you make the right call in Chapter 6, however, Chris can still die in Chapter 8. First, open the locker nearby to find Hannah's Missing Poster. It leads you back the dollhouse. There are a couple ways. When Chris must face a decision on whether to kill Ashley or Josh, choose Josh. Even with Matt being physically capable, it was a safe bet.
Matt now has a brand new flare gun he'll never need to use and one less Emily for the rest of his life. Depending on what you do with Sam she can either figure out who the killer is or get captured and need to be rescued for example. Point Blank This Butterfly Effect takes place when Chris and Ashley are strapped to the chairs with the saw coming down on their heads. This refers to the fact that everything you choose to do in the game can impact not only the character that makes the choice, but also the people around them. I stumbled and failed to save Matt numerous times. It's the Mike and Sam thing that really bothered me in particular.