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Chapter 4 Achievements (Spoilers if you don't want to know what they are titled)

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Found this out via steam:

Chapter 1: Georgia's First City
Chapter 2: Down by the River
Chapter 3: Support Group
Chapter 4: Bedside Manor
Chapter 5: Georgia's Last City
Chapter 6: For Whom The Bell Tolls
Chapter 7: The Morning After
Chapter 8: Penultimate

Like always, none of these make sense until you play the episode and look back at the images that come along with these chapters. Any insight of what you guys think about these titles?

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  • @Red Panda said:

    Chapter 8: Penultimate
    Lee has been thoroughly thanked.



    That bit cracked me up.

    On topic, It seems the wiki has had all the chapters/achievements for quite some time now. They've got the supposed achievements for Episode 5 as well. Don't know if it's a reputable source but I'm assuming most of 'em are correct.

  • @Red Panda said: This just seems like a porn movie to me:

    Chapter 1: Georgia's First City
    The actors meet. She wants to "thank" Lee for saving her.

    Chapter 2: Down by the River
    She goes down on him.

    Chapter 3: Support Group
    Another woman joins.

    Chapter 4: Bedside Manor
    She introduces Lee to a friend, whom seems eager to "thank" the hero as well.

    Chapter 5: Georgia's Last City
    Lee bones her.

    Chapter 6: For Whom The Bell Tolls
    Pie scene (How explicit can this get? haha)

    Chapter 7: The Morning After
    They have a quicky. Then she takes the morning after pill.

    Chapter 8: Penultimate
    They wrap up the story. Lee has been thoroughly thanked.



    All while Clementine watched.

    You monster.

  • @RedKoolLoops said: That bit cracked me up.

    On topic, It seems the wiki has had all the chapters/achievements for quite some time now. They've got the supposed achievements for Episode 5 as well. Don't know if it's a reputable source but I'm assuming most of 'em are correct.



    I did not know this! Thanks!

  • Well if we go with the pictures as well

    Chapter 1: Georgia's First City
    They first go into the city most likely meet another group or residence of Georgia.

    Chapter 2: Down by the River
    Most likely Lee and the group will help out in this new place and new group. Trying to put their past behind them.

    Chapter 3: Support Group
    The girl with the axe will appear.

    Chapter 4: Bedside Manor
    The picture is a hospital symbol so most likely the girl who you meet will tell you about that place and judging from the video in the trailer its not the best place to go while sick.

    Chapter 5: Georgia's Last City
    Lee's group confront Georgia's group and shit goes downhill fast, Lee's group vs. the new group.

    Chapter 6: For Whom The Bell Tolls
    The bells are rings for Lee's group death, they go to the church, and i sense this is where we lose someone.

    Chapter 7: The Morning After
    After loosing someone or multiple people, they long for morning and a brighter day.

    Chapter 8: Penultimate
    Judging from the picture it seems that they are overrun by zombies. Most likely will have to escape the horde below in Georgia and possibly something will happen.

  • @RedKoolLoops said: That bit cracked me up.

    On topic, It seems the wiki has had all the chapters/achievements for quite some time now. They've got the supposed achievements for Episode 5 as well. Don't know if it's a reputable source but I'm assuming most of 'em are correct.



    I've known these since I bought the season pass,all the PS3 trophy titles were there from the beginning.Telltale did release a patch to change one or two for episode 2 and quite a lot for episode 3,episodes 4 and 5 have stayed the same.

  • Chapter 1: Georgia's First City
    They arrive on the train, to see the city is pretty wrecked and continue down the street.

    Chapter 2: Down by the River
    After quiet abit of talking and wondering around, they find the docks, no boat in sight, they look around for a place to stay.

    Chapter 3: Support Group
    The group could lose hope?

    Chapter 4: Bedside Manor
    You found the place to stay, omid gets left behind? or maybe walkie talkie guy locks you in this place like in the trailer.

    Chapter 5: Georgia's Last City
    The horde of zombies following the train arrives.

    Chapter 6: For Whom The Bell Tolls
    The churchbell begins ringing, bringing all of the zombies to it L4D style, you rush in to get whoever was ringing it out? a couple/one person dies.

    Chapter 7: The Morning After
    This is the morning after the loss happened, everyones trying to cope.

    Chapter 8: Penultimate
    No clue about this, telltale will surprise us.

  • So

    (Chapter 1) Arrived in Savannah

    (Chapter 2) Head to the boat (& don't find it)

    (Chapter 3) Have to shack up with a new group as a matter of urgency (probably in Crawford because...)

    (Chapter 4) ...you're in the medical centre and videotape trouble is imminent

    (Chapter 5) You decide to leave

    (Chapter 6) On the way out of the city the church bells ring, the walkers show up and all hell breaks loose.

    (Chapter 7) Probably just talking over a new plan, not sure what the petrol can is for, burning a body?

    (Chapter 8) More walkers, moving on and more trouble

    Obviously there's a lot to fill in there. Logically I can fill in most gaps apart from how Lee ends up on his own in a fight against Ninjagirl.

  • @Motordead said:
    Chapter 6: For Whom The Bell Tolls
    “Ask not for whom the bell tolls… It tolls for Thee”
    Kick ass Metallica song.





    Okay. Not to be a douche or anything, but "Ask not for whom the bell tolls...." is from John Dunne's Devotions upon Emergent Occasions. Generally speaking, when the church bell would ring, it was a signal that someone in a village or community had died. This is basically saying that sooner or later, the bell will toll for thee - or, you're going to die. Deal with it.

    Also, from a novel of the same name by Ernest Hemingway.

    Also, a movie.

    Also, a kick ass Metallica song.

    I highly recommend all 4.

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