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Let's not forget that....

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Let's not forget that.... Tell Tale can still make the last moments of episode 4 a dream sequence! Might just be wishful thinking but it is a possibility.

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  • I think Telltale realizes the fact that a massive shitstorm would erupt if they tried for that. Having important and heart-wrenching scenes or episodes turn out to be dream sequences is the biggest copout on Earth. What happened at the end of Episode 4 happened, Lee is going to die. That's pretty much it.

  • @Greenj30 said: Let's not forget that.... Tell Tale can still make the last moments of episode 4 a dream sequence! Might just be wishful thinking but it is a possibility.

    I think they are way too smart to do that. It would wreck the series. I love Lee but Ive resigned myself to the fact that he is going to die. Its the only way to end this and stay true to the series. No dream sequences, no magic cure or immunity. The important thing now is to find Clem and make sure she's safe so Lee can say goodbye to her.

  • I like that Lee will probably die. Not because I dislike him or wish heartache on the other players or characters, but I like that he got bit and will likely die from it. (I know there's talk of immunity, but that's not guaranteed.)
    It's interesting and makes his life mean more that he got bit and his first course of action isn't to give up and go die alone or shoot himself, but to go find his daughter (for that's what she has become) and charge his friends to take care of her.
    I would be really disappointed and angry if it ended up being a dream. That's the kind of stuff that would make me consider not buying a second season.

  • This is reminding me of heavy Rain in which you can drink 'poison' to get the last piece of the location where your child is

    He survived...

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