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Jeep instead a tour vehicle

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I don't know how many of you have noticed this, or if anybody already mentioned it. At the very beginning of the game, when we are introduced to Gerry and Jess; when Jess is looking through binoculars to find triceratops, a parked Jeep Wrangler could be seen. If you click onto it, Gerry says that it's probably vehicle by which guests had arrived. Does he think about Alan and company from the movie or some other unnamed guests.

As, we all well remember that in the movie there have been two ford explorers. I would like someone from Telltale to clarify that Jeep problem. If this is a mistake, please replace it with 2 ford explorers (tour vehicles) in next patch, as it kills immersion siginifcantly...

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  • @Irishmile said: Assuming incorrectly makes more sense because Gerry was WITH the tour group when they first see the triceratops... In fact I am not really sure when that happened in the games timeline either... Maybe someone smarter than me needs to make a timeline of events and sort this all out :p

    After Gerry took Jess back to the guest house, he went and checked on the sick Trike. And somehow grew a mustache.

  • The scene in the move with the trike takes place between the Gerry/Jess level in the game and the following level where you are playing as Nima, the game kinda just skips over the entire tour section of the movie and jumps right to that night.

  • Yeah... that is right the binocular scene happens, then the sick triceratops in the movie, then Gerry tries to get to the boat in the game... he implies not being there when he talks about her packing her things...

  • Hmmm, then whose Jeep is parked in Trike paddock?

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    @veki said: Hmmm, then whose Jeep is parked in Trike paddock?

    Possibly Muldoon - Harding says in the film that Muldoon went out and tranquilised the Trike for him.

    However, the number on the jeep in the game indentifies it as #18, one of the two that collected the endorsement team from the helipad. So either this is a 'missing scene' where the Jeeps stopped for a second time en-route to the visitor center (which does not jibe well with the 'reveal' of the Trike later), or if it is Muldoon, then sometime after the guests arrived, Muldoon (either before or after the scene at the raptor ren) must have borrowed Jeep 18 and went out to tranq the trike.

  • @TB3 said: Possibly Muldoon - Harding says in the film that Muldoon went out and tranquilised the Trike for him.

    However, the number on the jeep in the game indentifies it as #18, one of the two that collected the endorsement team from the helipad. So either this is a 'missing scene' where the Jeeps stopped for a second time en-route to the visitor center (which does not jibe well with the 'reveal' of the Trike later), or if it is Muldoon, then sometime after the guests arrived, Muldoon (either before or after the scene at the raptor ren) must have borrowed Jeep 18 and went out to tranq the trike.

    I think this probably makes the most sense. It's likely Muldoon while the rest of the endorsement team is likely already on the tour. Gerry does state that he should get going to check on the sick Trike, and likely just assumed that the jeep was Grant and co.

  • How's this for a continuity error? In the movie Gerry Harding is in his late fifties, has a mustache, and looks a little like Walter Matthau and in the game Gerry is in his forties, and looks like a cross between Aaron Eckhart and George Clooney...

    I'm pretty sure Gerry was making a guess that the Jeep belonged to Grant and co. and he was wrong.

  • If you look close enough in the jeep, you can see somebody wearing a fedorah. So....which fedorah wearing hero is it?

  • Maybe there are two Gerry Hardings.

  • @veki said: Hmmm, then whose Jeep is parked in Trike paddock?

    Like Gerry said in the game it's one of the jeeps that picked up Grant and co. at the heliport. There isn't a "Triceratops paddock" but an entire area where herbivore dinosaurs roam free like many have previously said.

    And just like Jess they probably didn't see a damn thing while in there. The scene would indeed be shortly after the guests have arrived at the island. Whether before or after the Brachiosaurus scene is for anyone's guess.

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