Conflicted: Which Life to Save – What Would You Do?

Conflicted: BEFORE the SHTF!


Conflicted is a Survival Card 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 – After hunting for game in the wilderness, two of your friends were bitten by the same kind of poisonous snake.  You are the only one unharmed and with 1 vial of anti-venom antidote.

Both of your friends have lost consciousness and they have their kids and wives waiting for their return, but you can save only one of them.  A full dose of the antidote is needed in order to save a life, anything less would be just a waste.  What criteria would you use to save one of them and why?

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3 thoughts on “Conflicted: Which Life to Save – What Would You Do?

  1. MIc Roland

    Hmm. Nobody’s chimed in on this one. Guess it’s too tough.

    Clearly, we don’t know enough about the two bitten friends to guide the choice. I guess I’d be thinking of which family would be worse off without him. Which wife and kids would be in worse shape without the dad/husband.

    If I knew one was well insured and the other not, I’d save the uninsured man so could continue to provide for his wife and kids.

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