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Can Clementine's story end without her dying ?

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Am i the only one who thinks that Clementine story arc should end without her dying or getting killed by walkers , bandits or other psychopats or maybe based on our choices like if you played like a dick then she will be a heartless monster and she can die or if you played good she can survive and possibly meet Omid and Christa and it would be the last time we see them as they became a group and survive as a family .
Some people suggest that Clem should die because it would make season 2 much emotional and it would show that no one is safe but if she dies cannon and we can't change her death like Lee , Carley , Kenny , Ben , Larry , Shawn etc , than all of our choices were all for nothing if she dies no matter what and Lee's sacrifice will be thrown in the trash and it would be a big middle finger to the relationship of Lee and Clem and to everybody who love them .
So does anyone else agree that Clem shouldn't not get killed canon to show that our choices really matter ?

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  • @Mark$man said: No, because in the comics the main character is 'considered' Carl, for Rick is doing everything for his son. His son will survive past Rick and have to live in what he left behind, same as Clem did. Whether Clem has a chance or not, I don't know. However, if I had to choose between a choice with Clem's death or plain death, sorry... but I'd choose plain death. For a story like this, I would rather 100% be sure as to what happened to her than feel like I messed with how she was supposed to be played out. I wouldn't want a world full of rainbows if it was supposed to rain. I know it's hard to think like that, but I think it'd be for the best. Now if I had the chance to keep her safe, don't doubt I wouldn't take it! I don't WANT her to die, but if need be, I can say goodbye :/

    So, you think that Rick=Lee. Carl=Clementine?

  • To be honest, yes. The children are the future, and it is the parents who must guide them through safely to make it to their time to become adults. It's the cycle, and eventually, Rick won't be needed. Carl has lost family just as Clem has, and in truth Clementine is in a much worse position than Carl, although I think she'd survive easier, just because Carl is CRAZZZZZZZY.

  • Well, I thought that Kirkman would not be repeated by doing two similar stories, I mean that children will survive and the parents (guardians) will die.

  • @Mark$man said: No, because in the comics the main character is 'considered' Carl, for Rick is doing everything for his son. His son will survive past Rick and have to live in what he left behind, same as Clem did. Whether Clem has a chance or not, I don't know. However, if I had to choose between a choice with Clem's death or plain death, sorry... but I'd choose plain death. For a story like this, I would rather 100% be sure as to what happened to her than feel like I messed with how she was supposed to be played out. I wouldn't want a world full of rainbows if it was supposed to rain. I know it's hard to think like that, but I think it'd be for the best. Now if I had the chance to keep her safe, don't doubt I wouldn't take it! I don't WANT her to die, but if need be, I can say goodbye :/

    I read the letter hacks of every issue for the comic up to the 100s(where it's at now), and Kirkman said he feels like Carl could lead the comic now if he wanted to. I think that says that Kirkman treats Rick as the main focus as long as he is alive, and only after he dies will the main character be Carl.

  • I have not read the comics lately, are they any good or has the quality gone down by a large amount.

  • Kirkman wouldn't say "Carl is the main character!" because don't you think that would heavily imply Rick would die? Because right now, he definitely is the main focus.

  • @Bioshock Infinite WD said: I have not read the comics lately, are they any good or has the quality gone down by a large amount.

    Same here. I left after issue 100. There's simply not a character I care for anymore. And now I've been hearing things about a man owning a tiger. Glad I left the comics.

  • Really, a tiger, they have lost there minds this series used to be good and now tigers, well there goes realism.

  • She should be killed, better for game.

  • @mrkareemruiz said: She should be killed, better for game.

    My, my...

    @mrkareemruiz said: past decisions are important. clem will remember what lee told her duh

    @mrkareemruiz said: Lee story is not over silly kid. Clem will remember everything he told her, easy to UNDERSTAND

    @mrkareemruiz said: My question is: Can you make Clem remember everything Lee told her in the next game?

    @mrkareemruiz said: Clem should use what Lee told her in season 2!

    If they kill Clem in Season 2, then Lee's influence is completely gone, and any resemblance of his story dies with her. I suppose it would work if she dies at the end of the game, but if you're saying she should die early on and the game should continue without her, that doesn't carry on Lee's legacy at all.

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