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Lee in Season 2?

posted by Dewin50 on - last edited - Viewed by 648 users

If you let Clementine leave Lee then all you see is Lee passing out (Turning?) so that can mean anything in the next season.

Also if you choose to make Clementine Shoot Lee then if you listen closely after Clementine makes the shot and the screen goes black you can actually hear Lee breathing in (Zombie Lee or regular Lee?)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qrGur-Qli9Y&feature=plcp *Clip of the Ending*

And (Maybe im wrong on this one) if you look at where Clementine's aiming its at Lee but when the trigger is pulled and the shoot is fired it looks like it goes aside and misses Lee (looking from the angle).

Right now this could mean anything or nothing but i want too know what you guys think about this.

(Sorry for my bad English)

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  • It was a great ending! The Walking Dead's purpose is not to be happy, it's to be powerful. This is definitely clear evidence that Telltale captured Kirkman's comics beautifully and accurately.

  • as much as i would love for Lee to be miraculously alive and cured and looking after Clem again, any suggestion at such is based upon desperate hope that a deeply upsetting ending can be undone... and not anything remotely plausible. Bobby Ewing in the whole shower/dreaming thing would make more sense.

  • @HungryHippo5 said: How on earth was it a bad ending? Because Lee died? That's what makes it so great - the fact that no matter how much you do to try and rescue Clem (which given the odds stacked against Lee to begin with, is a feat in itself given his state towards the end of the game) you die? I think it had to end that way. This story is about Lee teaching Clem and helping her survive in this new world. eventually, there needs to come a point where you let go of the child's hand.

    The Walking Dead has never been known for happy endings, and I hope it stays that way.


    No, it's not because Lee died. So that entire rant was for nothing, lol.

  • @Doctanian said: No, it's not because Lee died. So that entire rant was for nothing, lol.

    Can you explain why you disliked the ending instead of just saying "So that entire rant was for nothing, lol."?

  • @Gman5852 said: Can you explain why you disliked the ending instead of just saying "So that entire rant was for nothing, lol."?

    Why should I? Apparently people here will try to rip you to pieces if you say the ending was anything but a masterpiece. And try to explain away any of TTG's wrongdoing. Damn, they're not fucking Shakespeare.

    No closure. Poor writing.

    Those are my two biggest complaints.

  • @Doctanian said: Why should I? Apparently people here will try to rip you to pieces if you say the ending was anything but a masterpiece. And try to explain away any of TTG's wrongdoing. Damn, they're not fucking Shakespeare.

    No closure. Poor writing.

    Those are my two biggest complaints.

    It's funny when you claim Shakespeare's writing is a master piece when the ending to Romeo and Juliet was absolutely horrid. They meet for about a day, fall in love, and kill themselves because they think the other is dead, again, only about a day or so after meeting each other. I know it was supposed to be a tragedy, but the ending was so forced and horribly written it can't be taken seriously.

    What type of closure did you want? A end to the zombie apocalypse? Absolutely can't happen. What we did get, was a end to the Clementine and Lee story line, which was done amazingly. We resolved almost all plot points between the two: Clementine's parents, how Clementine can defend herself, her growth as a character from episode one to five, Lee deciding that she doesn't need him any more, etc. It couldn't have happened any other way than with Lee dying, entrusting Clementine to safety.

    While poor writing is essentially an opinion, I'd argue the writing in that last scene was done beautifully. Of course that's still my opinion.

  • You are all paranoid, as usual. Lee won´t come back because there is no multiple branches storylines. There is only one ending, Lee´s dead.

  • @Hidan13 said: It's funny when you claim Shakespeare's writing is a master piece when the ending to Romeo and Juliet was absolutely horrid. They meet for about a day, fall in love, and kill themselves because they think the other is dead, again, only about a day or so after meeting each other. I know it was supposed to be a tragedy, but the ending was so forced and horribly written it can't be taken seriously.

    What type of closure did you want? A end to the zombie apocalypse? Absolutely can't happen. What we did get, was a end to the Clementine and Lee story line, which was done amazingly. We resolved almost all plot points between the two: Clementine's parents, how Clementine can defend herself, her growth as a character from episode one to five, Lee deciding that she doesn't need him any more, etc. It couldn't have happened any other way than with Lee dying, entrusting Clementine to safety.

    While poor writing is essentially an opinion, I'd argue the writing in that last scene was done beautifully. Of course that's still my opinion.

    Romeo and Juliet is satire, lol. It's supposed to be that stupid.

    No. No end to the ZA. Not even a "Lee lives" moment. Just more closure than what we got with Clem in the ending. The last scene between Clem and Lee? Yeah, it was. It was masterfully written. My problem was the rest of the episode was terribly written.

  • I do not believe that Lee will be back alive but more like a Zombie in Season 2

    Just to be clear to everyone that thinks this is one "Maybe the bullet scratched her cheek" kinda Post

  • For a little girl, Clementine had good aim. She was able to shoot a zombie and Campman on the head. I'm positive that she aimed for Lee's head since she doesn't want him to suffer anymore. So yeah, Lee's gone. :c

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