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Episode 5 predictions/discussion based on TROPHY LIST (merged threads)

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Hey there guys, the trophies for episode 5 are already decided so I figured why not elaborate on them and guess what's going to happen?

To begin with, here is the trophy list (Achievements for Xbox players) :

http://www.ps3trophies.org/game/the-walking-dead/trophies/ Scroll down and you can see the episode 5 trophies.

And here is a screenshot I took :

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Now lets get into the good stuff shall we?

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-Chapter 1 Trophy-

Into The Fire

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http://www.ps3trophies.org/game/the-walking-dead/trophy/47423-Into-The-Fire.html

Discussion

The picture shows Lee with a few zombies behind him. Might have to do something with the horde? Maybe by 'Into the Fire' it means that the horde that is going to Savanna will be going into the fire and all be burned to death? Or maybe Lee will have to go through a house that is on fire to save or get someone/something?

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-Chapter 2 Trophy-

Twice Shy

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http://www.ps3trophies.org/game/the-walking-dead/trophy/47424-Twice-Shy.html

Discussion

The picture shows someone getting bit by a zombie. Might be the death of someone in the group? I've seen someone predict that it might be Christa getting bit and losing her and the baby. Although that might be unlikely depending if you brang her or not. Or maybe you'll come across her way and you witness her being eaten? Who knows.

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-Chapter 3 Trophy-

There Ain't No Way

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http://www.ps3trophies.org/game/the-walking-dead/trophy/47425-There-Ain-t-No-Way.html

Discussion

For this one I think that it might be another death of someone in your group and there is absolute no way to save him/her this time. It might be Ben, since you got the option to save him once, but this time there isn't a way to save him. It might also be there ain't no way of finding Clems parents?

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-Chapter 4 Trophy-

Mercy

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http://www.ps3trophies.org/game/the-walking-dead/trophy/47426-Mercy.html

Discussion

I think that you have a option to either kill or let Clem's kidnapper live. Makes sense since this Trophy is called 'Mercy'. I find this to be a highly likely schenerio but that's just me. It shows a hand reaching out. It might be the kidnappers.

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-Chapter 5 Trophy-

The Marsh House

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http://www.ps3trophies.org/game/the-walking-dead/trophy/47427-The-Marsh-House.html

Discussion

In episode 3 Clem talks about this place and this place might be where she is being held captive? If that is the case then my explanation for the Trophy 'Mercy' must be false then. It might be where you find Clems parents? You might find them dead or alive? I think that her parents might be alive and that Clem will be happy with her parents after Lee dies. (Doubt that though, would be too cliche, haha.)

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-Chapter 6 Trophy-

What's In The Bag?

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http://www.ps3trophies.org/game/the-walking-dead/trophy/47428-What-s-In-The-Bag-.html

Discussion

This one confuses me, but maybe it might be some medicine to help Lee's bite? Maybe it might be drugs and alcohal and Clementine will become a druggy and a alcoholic. Something tells me this isn't really an important chapter and is just something minor. But who knows!

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-Chapter 7 Trophy-

Stay Close to me

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http://www.ps3trophies.org/game/the-walking-dead/trophy/47429-Stay-Close-To-Me.html

Discussion

I think that this is when Lee is preparing Clementine to shoot her. It's close to Lee's fate and and maybe Lee is looking for a safe place for Clementine before he dies. Maybe he's going to look for Clementines parents for her to stay with them? Maybe Lee is starting to say his good byes to Clem and there is going to be some bonding and emotional moments.

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-Chapter 8 [Finale] Trophy-

What Remains

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http://www.ps3trophies.org/game/the-walking-dead/trophy/47430-What-Remains.html

Discussion

This is the finale and I think that this shows how everything like is after Lee and who else who ever died. This might show how Clem has developed and how she has been influenced by your decisions. I think it's going to be a really sad and depressing ending, considering this is The Walking Dead Game of course!

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What do you guys think? What do you think each trophy represents? Discuss it up!

-This is a long post so if you respond just quote the trophy/section that you are talking about.

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  • "there Ain't no way" sounds like something kenny would say

  • @TheNNerdGamer said: "there Ain't no way" sounds like something kenny would say

    Yeah, I can see him saying. "There ain't no way we can get this boat running!"
    or "There ain't no way we can get everyone on the boat!"

  • I can imagine "Mercy" killing the kidnapper or letting him live (OHH THERE AIN'T NO WAY THAT BASTARD IS GONNA LIVE)
    "into the fire" might be into the zombie herd
    "twice shy" might be christa's death or molly's or Omid's
    "there ain't no way" might be kenny saying something but this one is confusing
    "mercy" might be the death of the kidnapper
    "The Marsh House" we might find clem's mom or her undead mom
    "What's in the bag" is probably a vaccine or cure chapter (maybe not)
    "stay close to me" might be the end of lee and they are near the docks to leave the place
    "what remains" is probably clem in a safe place with kenny or something away from walkers

  • @TheNNerdGamer said: "The Marsh House" we might find clem's mom or her undead mom

    You know you could just make one post about your predictions on all of the Trophy/Chapters. :p

  • Into The Fire
    - Could just be a colloquialism meant to suggest that the group is entering a dangerous scenario with no literal fire involved (i.e. "out of the pan, into the fire"). Needless to say, Ch. 1 of Ep. 5 will probably be suspenseful, perhaps involving the zombie horde from the train tracks.

    Twice Shy
    - There is another common colloquialism: "Once Bitten, Twice Shy;" meaning that once one has been in a bad experience, they will be more cautious the second time around. No idea how this will tie into the plot, but it could involve Lee's bite and perhaps a second attempt on his life.

    There Ain't No Way
    - I agree with everyone above who noted that this sounds like something Kenny would say. Distinctly, I remember him saying something like this when Lee was trying to get him to stop the train: "There ain't no way my boy's going to live," or something like that. Personally, I think that both the title of this achievement and the plot in general are pointing towards Kenny's safety being threatened here. It's just a guess, but it'd be a great segue into the next chapter, which is called...

    Mercy
    - You have the choice to kill someone either right before they reanimate or directly after. Perhaps Kenny. 'Nuff said.

    The Marsh House
    - I believe the group, short on leads at this point and not knowing where to look for Clem, will take Lee's suggestion to investigate The Marsh House, where her parent's used to stay on trips to Savannah. No idea what will happen though. Personally, I think Ep. 1 made it pretty clear that Clem's parents are dead, but this series has surprised me before.

    What's In The Bag?
    - I think that this HAS to be a reference to the infamous scene in the brilliant psycho-thriller movie Se7en, in which Brad Pitt's character discovers his wife's severed head in a box after continuously crying out "What's in the box? What's in the box?" Perhaps the man who kidnapped Clem will psychologically screw with the group somehow, and he'll be even more sick than we could've imagined? Also worth noting, if this is indeed a reference to that scene from Se7en, Brad Pitt's wife's character in that movie was pregnant. Will Omid go on a psycho rampage upon discovering Christa's severed head in a box? ... I hope not. :)

    Stay Close To Me
    - Simple, Lee finds Clem after much tribulation, they have some sweet moments, Clem doesn't want to let go, they say their goodbyes, everybody cries.

    What Remains
    - I think that this part of Ep. 5 will be mostly involved with explaining what happens to the group and where everyone goes post-Lee's death. There also could be some kind of tie-in for a potential season 2.

  • Let me take another shot at these:

    Into the Fire-The group has to worry about the horde while traversing the streets of Savannah.

    Twice Shy-Refers to the popular idiom. Lee has had something done to his group in the past, and he will avoid it this time.

    There Ain't No Way-Something with Kenny. Him finding out that the boat is missing, or his untimely death.

    Mercy-Killing or sparing radio man.

    The Marsh House-The group enters the Marsh House, and finds out the fate of Clem's parents.

    What's in the Bag?-Not sure.

    Stay Close To Me-Lee and Clem bonding moment while dealing with the zombie horde.

    What Remains-Speaks for itself.

  • I don't think Into the Fire means literally going into fire. You have to go through the horde of walkers to get to Clem

    Mercy, kill or not kill radio guy, Find out his reason for taking Clem.

    Marsh house. After Lee tells Clem he's bitten he takes her to the marsh house to look for her parents.

    I think the bag belonged to Clems parents.

  • @Fiddle Diddle said:

    What's In The Bag?
    - I think that this HAS to be a reference to the infamous scene in the brilliant psycho-thriller movie Se7en, in which Brad Pitt's character discovers his wife's severed head in a box after continuously crying out "What's in the box? What's in the box?" Perhaps the man who kidnapped Clem will psychologically screw with the group somehow, and he'll be even more sick than we could've imagined? Also worth noting, if this is indeed a reference to that scene from Se7en, Brad Pitt's wife's character in that movie was pregnant. Will Omid go on a psycho rampage upon discovering Christa's severed head in a box? ... I hope not. :)

    That would be an awesome twist. I think they should do something like that, make the kidnapper fuck with the group also. They can make this really dark if they go where your prediction is at.

    @Fiddle Diddle said:

    There Ain't No Way
    - I agree with everyone above who noted that this sounds like something Kenny would say. Distinctly, I remember him saying something like this when Lee was trying to get him to stop the train: "There ain't no way my boy's going to live," or something like that. Personally, I think that both the title of this achievement and the plot in general are pointing towards Kenny's safety being threatened here. It's just a guess, but it'd be a great segue into the next chapter, which is called...

    Mercy
    - You have the choice to kill someone either right before they reanimate or directly after. Perhaps Kenny. 'Nuff said.

    Now THAT would be interesting, deciding Kenny's fate would be really interesting. I really hope the story go's the way you think it is! Would be great!

  • Into the fire - Lee with up to 4 group members who joined him (the four shadows in the background) are in greater danger now that the walker infested city has just had a walker herd come into town as well.

  • I don't think "Into the Fire" has anything to do with actual fire. Since it's the first chapter, I'd say it's referring to the group going out to look for Clem. The "fire" being the herd that has infested Savannah.

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