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She looks dangerous~
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she obeys to the paradoxical law of "i look pretty maybe but i'm gonna kick your ass so hard you'll land on the moon" ;D
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XD 
I'll stay out of her way
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Ah, she's a serial killer in this AU? Awesome. :)
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More like a trained hitman. Like Damon in fact, since he trained her. So she kills who has to be killed especially for financial reasons (and for avenging Damon also after his death but that's the only personal reason she ever had to kill
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Ah, choice. :)
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Like in the game he wants her to work for him, sees her potential and the difference is she accepts, so yes completely her choice ^^
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Wow. That's a life-changer.
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Yes ^^ ! with my friends in general we prefer to have the characters take major different decisions (which in games you can't really take since these games are still supposed to remain quite linear or else they'd be impossible to realize for the developers XS)
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That, I can understand.

I admit, it's been quite a while since I've heard of Life is Strange. Looking back at it, I honestly wasn't satisfied with the endings of the first game.
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Same for me and I felt the same in Before the storm (that seemed a lot more rushed to be finished fast by the developers).
Basically, with my friends we take existing elements and try to explore which choices the character could have done if we players really have full freedom.
It changes the relations, the future of the characters etc. For example, in the hitman AU, Chloe doesn't "have to die" in Life is strange to avoid the tempest. Her personality turned colder and she adopted some of Damon's attitudes and replicates some of his patterns. she still mourns when it comes to Rachel but wasn't as attached to her as in the official game because of her training constantly to basically become Damon's successor.
After we finished the game (for the first rp, i had only watched walkthrough to know before the storm story), my friend wanted to try something else. Since Damon is hitting on Chloe in the game, she wanted to pair them romantically (which could not happen before the Life is strange timeline given Chloe's age in before the storm). So we had to find a logical way to not have him killed and to have him not being arrested or anything. but this also changes the places where events take place in life is strange since some places still belong to him and not to sean prescott. in the same way, it means chloe doesn't live under joyce's roof. in fact the most interesting is to change major choices but to keep the whole thing coherent.
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