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Mankind or Clementine?

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Just a my fiction, but if in the final season (Ending of Clementine story) we got a vaccine ( I know that Robert Kirkman says that naver happen in TWD world).
So you got a vaccine in our equipment, this vaccine can help newborn children to be be uninfected forever (only newborns). Vaccine works this way: If pregnant woman will injecting vaccine to her stomach at the second month of pregnancy, then her child will be uninfected forever, if he dies he will not turn, but bite is still deadly.
You flying away from military base who was attacked a horde of walkers, you planning to flying by big cargo plane with Clementine, and with pregnant girl-pilot ( for example Lilly who has got romance with main character, and gets pregnancy from him few days ago; Now is the first month of pregnancy ). Plane are ready to take off , but the cargo compartment is full of walkers. Clem, you, and pilot are in cockpit, you have closed the door to cockpit, and walkers can't get you in here. The engines included, you sit on second pilot place, and pull back on the steering wheel. The plane begins to take off. A pregnant girl-pilot opened the cargo compartment, and a lot of walkers are falling out of the plane. Suddenly door to cockpit has busted, and some walkers were going inside. Clementine pulled out a gun (Colt M1911) and says:
-"Don't worry I'll take care of this"
- You: "What? Hell no. That's dangerous, you can't do that! Sit here!"
- Clementine: "Of course I can, I'm ten years old, remember?" *smiles*
*bang* *bang*
The plane quickly begins to gain in height, and is tilted upward at a sharp angle. The last walker to enter the cockpit grabs Clementine by the leg. In a frantic moment, she grabs the handle to the cockpit door in a desperate attempt to stay alive, but not before forever losing her precious baseball cap to the current.
-Clementine: Aaaaaah... Aaaaah. HELP! PLEASE!
- You: "HOLD ON CLEM!"
You shoot the walker from your rifle, and caught her by her hand, you hold her in two hands.
*sad music starts* http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7iOiBH4xIbg
-Clementine *nearly crying*: "PLEASE, PLEASE DON'T LET ME GO!"
-You: "I hold you! Do you hear me?! I hold you! It's ok hun, it's ok, just hold on!"

Ampoule with vaccine are falling out of your pocket. *Time slows down* ( as like drugstore when you must choose Carley or Doug).

If you attempt to catch the ampoule with one hand, you are unable to hold onto Clementine, because you had got a bullet wound on your left shoulder one week ago. And so your precious symbol of innocence is lost forever.

If you continue to hold Clementine, the ampoule containing the vaccine falls out of the plane, effectively dooming the human race to a continuous cycle of infection.

You've got six seconds to make a choose *in slow motion* before the ampule wjth vaccine will falling out of you pocket.

If you will do nothing in this six seconds, Clem will noticing that ampule are falling out. Then she will looking to the vaccine, and saying "Goodbye", she will relaxing her hand, and falling down. You will catching ampule, then you will trying to grab Clem's hand, but it will too late.

What would you choose?

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  • @HarjKS said: I love Clementine...however, I had to get the vaccine. :(



    I totally agree with you. I love clementine too,but with vaccine we can save a lot of people as like clementine.
    P.S the author of this topic ( zev_zev ) are " MONSTER " .

  • Hey man, you is casual not the screenwriter? ? ?
    Pretty cool it turned out, I made this decision really long, very difficult and having weighed all pros and cons, stopped on a vaccine. It is clear that Clem is the little, lovely girl with whom all fell in love and which personifies good, but a vaccine is rescue, though not at all hundred percent, but it is chance, and you can call me insensible, but loss of one person, for the sake of the whole world is the correct decision.

  • I choose to save both!!! *Tells woman piloting plane to pull down lever bringing the bottom of the plane upward.* *Clem falls into cockpit with syringe* WINNING :D)))

    Seriously, why can't you do that? If someone is piloting the plane, then simply tell them to drop the plane. If no one is piloting, it will drop on it's own(I think that's the case if the woman died, and you and Clem are all that's left). So couldn't you save them both, really? lol

    Either way, I'd save Clem first. The world can do without it. And it was made once, it can be made again. A single antidote can't cure the world's babies. And what happens if the woman dies? Or the child dies? Oops, sorry Clem. I loved you, but... yeah... that was bad. LMAO.

  • @Mark$man said: I choose to save both!!! *Tells woman piloting plane to pull down lever bringing the bottom of the plane upward.* *Clem falls into cockpit with syringe* WINNING :D)))



    Because the plane, began to take off, and a sharp lurch down would be a disaster, runway end

  • Um... it wouldn't need to be a sharp lurch, just down in general. I mean, if you are a skilled flier, no matter how high/low the plane, you should be able to land it safely(considering plane is intact).

  • Another answer: Close the cargo compartment doors? Or to lean to one side to allow gravity to keep the syringe from falling out of your pocket? Or have Clem catch it with one of her hands? You can still hold her with the other, if you drop her, you are a pretty weak adult, right? I mean, I doubt there is a way in that situation you COULDN'T save both.

    I only choose Clementine because I'd think of her as my daughter, a little girl I'd sworn to protect with my life, and that I'd expected to survive. Any situation where her life was in my hands, that she could see me, was crying, was pleading to save her, was knowing that I could save her, there is no way in the game or not that I could let her die to save anyone else. It may sound selfish, but as a man, and if I were a parent, I would not be able to sacrifice someone I loved, even for humanity's sake. They'd have to get themselves killed, and even then I'd probably be so shocked and such I'd hesitate to react. I'd say I'd think a lot like Kenny. That she could survive, that she could make it in this world with me if I pulled her up. What good was an antidote if she died? I was doing it all for her, surviving for her, I was raising her to survive the ZA. That antidote might not even save anyone. It would stop the future children from becoming walkers. So what? They'd be born into a world infested with walkers anyway, and when their parents die they'd become walkers. What good is not being infected if you die from a single bite anyway? When all that was needed was shooting you in the head and it'd be the same affect? That antidote was too soon. The walkers in the world would have to be dealt with before trying to get the world to go back to normal.

    So I stand firm that'd I'd save Clementine. I'm sure most fathers/mothers would agree, that if faced in that position, there is no chance they'd drop Clem(their daughter) on their own. She'd have to drop herself.

  • @Mark$man said: Another answer: Close the cargo compartment doors? Or to lean to one side to allow gravity to keep the syringe from falling out of your pocket? Or have Clem catch it with one of her hands? You can still hold her with the other, if you drop her, you are a pretty weak adult, right? I mean, I doubt there is a way in that situation you COULDN'T save both.

    I only choose Clementine because I'd think of her as my daughter, a little girl I'd sworn to protect with my life, and that I'd expected to survive. Any situation where her life was in my hands, that she could see me, was crying, was pleading to save her, was knowing that I could save her, there is no way in the game or not that I could let her die to save anyone else. It may sound selfish, but as a man, and if I were a parent, I would not be able to sacrifice someone I loved, even for humanity's sake. They'd have to get themselves killed, and even then I'd probably be so shocked and such I'd hesitate to react. I'd say I'd think a lot like Kenny. That she could survive, that she could make it in this world with me if I pulled her up. What good was an antidote if she died? I was doing it all for her, surviving for her, I was raising her to survive the ZA. That antidote might not even save anyone. It would stop the future children from becoming walkers. So what? They'd be born into a world infested with walkers anyway, and when their parents die they'd become walkers. What good is not being infected if you die from a single bite anyway? When all that was needed was shooting you in the head and it'd be the same affect? That antidote was too soon. The walkers in the world would have to be dealt with before trying to get the world to go back to normal.

    So I stand firm that'd I'd save Clementine. I'm sure most fathers/mothers would agree, that if faced in that position, there is no chance they'd drop Clem(their daughter) on their own. She'd have to drop herself.



    Agree.

    P.S. Cargo compartment doors is jammed.

  • @zev_zev said: Agree.

    P.S. Cargo compartment doors is jammed.



    I think Clem would hate you for this stupid situation -_- She'll stare you down from heaven lol. Either that, or in my version, would hate you for trying to get you killed :P

  • No brainer for me,Clem and then choose the ''f@*k'' option for when you see antidote fall from plane.

  • Sorry, in this instance not only is Clem a gonner, but I'd send her flying as I went to catch the amp.

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