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How did campman get to savannah?

posted by JesseC25 on - last edited - Viewed by 306 users

Ok, so we know campman was in the woods by the motor inn, but what happened after the raid? He could have drove all the way to the railway, them what? Was he driving behind the train the entire time? Or was he secretly on the train?

He advised the group to get off the streets at the beginning of ep4, but how did he know this unless he was ahead of the group?

He knew about everything: saving Carley or Doug, taking Clem to the dairy, Clem eating meat, lee killing the brothers (or not), leaving Lilly on the road.. Was Clem telling him ALL of this?

Also, someone suggested before that kat never committed suicide, but she was shot by someone else. If campman was following the group, what if he was in the woods and shot kat? This would work whether Kenny was with her or not, Kenny could have been looking over at duck when he shot her. He hates her, because he called her "Kenny's stupid fucking wife".

Thoughts? I know questioning kats suicide is a big deal, but now that the truth behind radioman has been revealed, I am questioning everything.

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  • @Milosuperspesh said: it's bit of a plot hole imo..

    the car had no fuel so he would of had to source some which could of taken ages, unless he was with the bandits at some point.



    Most (if not all) of the bandits were killed at the motor inn raid, and they supposedly had various camps with supplies in the woods, so maybe he came across one of those.

  • @slimymeteor said: Most (if not all) of the bandits were killed at the motor inn raid, and they supposedly had various camps with supplies in the woods, so maybe he came across one of those.



    yeah pretty much this..

  • What I don't get is how on earth he managed to get in touch with Clem on her walkie-talkie. Is it really that easy to get a frequency?

    Difficult to explain how it would be the walkie-talkie belonging to Clems parents. He couldn't have found them without having spoken to Clem first.

    His travel to Savannah doesn't seem that much of a mystery. That much. Campman is already in Savannah when he's revealed at the end of Episode 3. The most direct route between the motel and Savannah was probably the one that was blocked by the train at the time. It may have been as simple as finding another way around. Or he went like the wind shortly after the train took off.

    Now that I think about it, I think it would've been interesting if he managed to infiltrate the group disguised as a friendly. The scene where he appeared in the flesh was powerful but his overall presence was all too brief. The struggle was getting to Campman, not Campman himself. Sad how so much damage was indirectly done in Savannah, by a man who couldn't even win a fair fight with a man who was still hurting from a recently amputated arm, not to mention weakening from a zombie bite. Clem gave him a conk on the head but HE HAD AN EFFING GUN!

  • @Cooperal said: What I don't get is how on earth he managed to get in touch with Clem on her walkie-talkie. Is it really that easy to get a frequency?

    Difficult to explain how it would be the walkie-talkie belonging to Clems parents. He couldn't have found them without having spoken to Clem first.



    It wasn't that walkie talkie, that walkie talkie went with Glenn. Campman had his own walkie (he calls it his during the dialogue and it's a different model from Clem's). He found her frequency after the group stole the supplies from the car. My guess is, he was watching the group, plotting some sort of reprisal, and saw Clem talking on her walkie. Then he just scanned the frequencies until he heard her.

  • @Eclipsev said: If you notice outside the marsh house, his vehicle(from episode 2) is parked outside.

    Edit: Ever since the group found the vehicle of supplies(campman's) he's been stalking them. He probably was hiding somewhere watching them take it.

    Edit2: plus clementine must have told the radio some information.



    If you inspect his car in episode 2 Lee says "No fuel, figures" or something like that, how the hell did he get to savannah with that car then?

  • I called that ending.

    It was the best one to be sure, I enjoy how Lee had to answer for the things he did. Makes me want to play the whole the over again.

  • It was over a week before they left. I'm sure he found some gas.

    And 2 nights passed from the time the group left to when they were walking into Savannah. So its possible that Campman beat them into Savannah.

    And Clem was telling him stuff that happened so he could tell her parents.

  • The most logical way was that Clem told him everything, and he heard over the walkie. Thats how he knew kenny died... Im sure Clem told him where his parents were staying and that she would be searching for them no matter what. Howd he get the fuel? noone knows but crazier things have happened in the storyline then a man just finding fuel.

  • I don't know? Maybe he flew?

    It doesn't matter. People, stop trying to find plotholes by cutting holes in the series. It doesn't matter how he got there. Lee wouldn't know how he got there, Clementine wouldn't know how he got there. Why should we?

  • WTF, plot hole?

    There's tons of vehicles all over the freaking countryside - many of them with tanks full of fuel ready to be siphoned...

    You know, that kind of happens when you have an apocalyptic disaster and people start dying by the thousands....

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