Clueless Northman Posted March 16 Share Posted March 16 Really, I'm pretty much absolutely sure there is no way they would've found a cure. It makes no scientific sense. There's no reason there's still some fungus in Ellie, specially not in her brain. Odds are, there barely ever was any bit of fungus and it was quickly wiped out. As I already said and as Pebble says as well, it's ridiculous: they're killing their only possible source of research, information and even cure on a wild guess that's most probably totally wrong - by doing this, they're basically ensuring mankind will never have a cure. 6 hours ago, Kalnestk Oblast said: The fundamental point is that Joel will save Ellie no matter what the cost is. Even if it means the cure is gone. Even if everyone in the world dies. The only cost he might not consider paying is Tommy. Everyone and everything else in the world has lesser value to him. For Joel, saving Ellie is giving him a second chance to save Sarah. It's redemption. And it's for him, not for her. Definitely. That last episode was quite clear on that point - he's pretty much admitting Ellie is his main reason to keep on living. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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