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Dishonoured non-lethal

Has anyone completed Dishonoured the good guy non-lethal way? I'm curious about Havelock's betrayal with non-lethal playthrough. With the evil/lethal approach, he needs to betray you and kill the others to cover up all the bloodshed. But why betray you if all you did is knock out several hundred guards?
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  1. No one interested in Dishonoured :(
  2. Or everybody chose the "evil" path like I did :-D It's probably the only game I've played where it's considered evil to kill your enemies (instead of just knocking them out). Innocents were always spared (and even saved!) and Lady Whatever (one of the targets) I actually didn't even kill - chose the good option.
  3. I've played it both ways and you are still betrayed.
  4. The ending, and the last area was a bit different on the good path. When you go in to save Emily, she is locked in a room, rather than fighting up on top of the lighthouse and they didn't all betray each other.
  5. But why do they betray you at all? If you didn't kill anyone, no trail of bodies to cover up?
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    sam_p_lay said:
    But why do they betray you at all? If you didn't kill anyone, no trail of bodies to cover up?


    Because they knew that you would never let them control Emily for their needs.
  7. Ahhh thankyou :-) Hope you killed the bastards after that.
  8. Best answer selected by sam_p_lay.
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