Conflicted: Tough Family Decisions – What Would You Do?

Conflicted Survival Game:



Conflicted is a Survival Game.  Each card in the deck has a scenario that will stretch how you would respond in an SHTF situation.  What would you do?  Leave your thoughts in the comment section below!


SCENARIO – You have been approached by a post-apocalyptic community which is very well known and respected and they invited you to join them.  Food, water, and comfort await you and your family, however, there is only room for you and your family only.

Your buddies and their families depend on you and your skills, but the life you all live now is full of every kind of struggle.  Would you join the community for the sake of your family and leave your buddies or would you stay with your friends and continue to make your family suffer?  Why?


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6 thoughts on “Conflicted: Tough Family Decisions – What Would You Do?

  1. D. Smith

    I would gather my family together and explain the situation. I would tell them that I was going to stay with our friends and buddies to help and MAYBE grow the group. My family’s options were to stay with us or join the other group if they would take them in without me and it was their decision only. If my family can better themselves fine, but I would not leave buddies and friends to die when my knowledge and skills could help keep them alive. I would let them know that I would always love them what ever their decision.

  2. Max Stotto

    “Those friends thou hast, and their adoption tried,
    Grapple them to thy soul with hoops of steel”

    Whats a little hardship between friends?

  3. fifth_disciple

    It’s unlikely that the other community would invite you if you didn’t have a skill they needed. Regardless of how well known they may be you never get an accurate picture until you’ve spent some time with them. Anyone here married? What happens if it’s not a good fit? Where will your old group be? For me it’s an all or nothing proposition and I want an understanding that if it’s not a good fit we will be leaving.

  4. To the Right of Attila the Hun

    I would stay with my friends and try to work out a deal with my skills that were needed. Helping both groups to become more secure. A mutual assistance pact. Train an apprentice for the 1st group and have one of my friends learn a skill from them. Win, Win

  5. mark haney

    the new group wants you for your skills and knowledge the same reason your group needs you. if you stay behind the new group may not take your family without you coming along. i wouldn’t go anywhere without my family or send them away without me.

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