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  • The GOV? ahhh no if you read the comics 4 months into that i belive that group is either in the jail or about to have the battle with the governor(who remember has a community under his control)

    This group is in the same 4 months time frame and heading towards Savannah

  • Well it is really hard to find a second walkie-talkie, which has same frequency as Clem's walkie. So I think that that person should be someone, who met Glenn in the comics at some point because he had the walkie-talkie. Someone from the Woodberry is a possibility, but not Governor because he cannot leave his town. However if my memory remembers it correctly, rick's group met governor much later, so this option is down.

  • @magzhi said: Well it is really hard to find a second walkie-talkie, which has same frequency as Clem's walkie. So I think that that person should be someone, who met Glenn in the comics at some point because he had the walkie-talkie. Someone from the Woodberry is a possibility, but not Governor because he cannot leave his town. However if my memory remembers it correctly, rick's group met governor much later, so this option is down.



    Your lack of knowledge in how walkie-talkies work is mind blowing. All you have to do is turn a little dial on the top and you are transmitting on a different frequency. Now most older walkies cannot pick up other types of radios such as CB's (as seen in the show when Rick uses an older model to try and talk to the guy who saves him in the beginning) but anything made after about 1996 would pick up anything on the airwaves so long as it is within range and you turn to its frequency. Anything two way, as in locked into another device wouldn't be classified as a walkie-talkie but a two way radio, a child might confuse this but I doubt that the game developers would.

    Glenn is cannon from the comic to have the walkie at this time because he uses it to save Rick when he gets trapped in the tank.

    The earliest Clem could have started talking to this guy would have been when they got on the train, and that's assuming that it was in range, more likely she's only been talking to him for several hours to a day, more than long enough for a child to start trusting him if she thinks he has information she wants. After all Clem trusts Lee from within a few minutes when really she should not have.

    It cannot be a bandit because they would have had to followed them from the hotel, then past the group and gotten to Savannah, and that's just a silly idea, what's the point now of keeping up such a ruse? It might have made sense if they had used Clem against the group while they were at the hotel but now it's pointless, the bandits have run their course in the story; just except it.

  • @JCMcAdams84 said: just except it.


    It's difficult to take your insults seriously when you use the wrong word. I am almost certain you meant "accept".

    Accept - to take or receive (something offered); receive with approval or favor: to accept a present; to accept a proposal.

    Except - Not including; other than.

    I doubt you mean "Just not include it."

  • @AceStarr said: The GOV? ahhh no if you read the comics 4 months into that i belive that group is either in the jail or about to have the battle with the governor(who remember has a community under his control)

    This group is in the same 4 months time frame and heading towards Savannah



    I'm having a bit of trouble lining up the game timeline and the comic timeline. My understanding is that in the comics Rick wakes up a month into the zombie outbreak, and no more than a month later it's Christmas, which puts the start sometime in November, or possibly late October. In the game, Lee crashes around the start of the outbreak, then the timeline skips three months - which would make it sometime around the end of January - however, the crops at the St. Johns' farm and the talk of approaching winter make it seem like it's still autumn. Did I make a mistake somewhere, or is this a disagreement between the game and the comics?

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    Telltale will likely not risk drawing on yet another comic character Kirkman could declare non-canon afterwards. Lilly was enough, we don't need the Governor also.

  • @Vainamoinen said: Telltale will likely not risk drawing on yet another comic character Kirkman could declare non-canon afterwards. Lilly was enough, we don't need the Governor also.



    or negan...

  • I don’t believe also that TT would use the Governor at this one, but nothing stop them to use him as a model somehow (even that I prefer that they try to do something more original).

    And I also need to play again and pay attention to this, but wasn’t Clem talking at her walkie-talkie when Lee got at the Motel after scavenging the pharmacy?

  • Not the governor, watch the video.

    http://www.thegameraccess.com/interviews/multiplatform/the-walking-dead-invades-the-pax-prime-madness-interview-pax-prime-2012

    (Edit) Jake comes off as a nervous individual and I have no idea why the interviewer appears to be doing so in her bra (Is she "dressed up" as someone?)

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