The Walking Dead
I've seen a lot of posts about Rebecca's baby. How will it be born? Will Clem help? Will it be Alvin's? What I haven't seen, though, is a simple gender poll. So the count will be slightly flawed with this system, but it should give a pretty good rough estimate... if you think it will be a girl hit the thumbs up, if you think it will be a boy then thumbs down the post. Personally I think it will be a boy only because the female gender for children/babies in TWD franchise is getting.... crowded.
Now the unimportant questions I'd like some feedback on in the comments.
1- What do you guys think about Pete being a determinant character for the entire season? I don't see TT doing this because it would put a huge strain on the work load, but it would be interesting to have a character who is there the entire time but only if you made the right call at the very beginning.
2-What would your nickname be for Clementine if she were real? As we all know, full names are for chumps. There are a lot of choices, the most used on the forum I have seen is Clem, but that may just be because it is the easiest to type repeatedly. A few others may be: Clemmy, Clemmy-clue, Clems, C, whatever you might call her!
3- In S2E1 we have the scene where Clem-bo hides in the stall. The seat cover falls over and she is found out. Should that have been an impossible QTE? It just seems to me it could have been a more tense hiding sequence if we had been able to try to stay quiet? I'm not sure though.
4- It is very obvious Rebecca doesn't like Clem-bert. Some may even rightly think Rebecca wants her gone, or even dead. Will we see Rebecca actually try to kill C-dawg? Or may we see her indirectly try to kill her (like leaving her in a bad situation where she would likely die, when Rebecca could have easily helped)?
5- Should non-canon deaths affect our perception of the game? People specifically? A good example that comes to mind is S2E1 when Clem is being chased by the "Are you fuckin' kidding me?!?" guy (oops, I forgot his name). If she is caught, he murders her. That being said should we view him as a man who murdered Clementine, or the man that may have simply been trying to catch her? I know it isn't a big deal since he is dead and because either option is a bad thing, but one is definitely worse than the other...