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TWD S2 All That Remains Predictions

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This is just my predictions... : 1. Clementine ran away from the two figures. (The one from the ending) 2. She ran into a forest and started to lay low. 3. She found a photo in her pocket (Lee's Torn Up Photo) * I personally think that she can't have walked back to the Drugstore to get the photo, so she might have picked it in another way... 4. Walkers started to attack Clementine. 5. A man named Winston saved her. 6. Winston is taking care of Clementine. 7. Winston took her to the campsite nearby. 8. She was introduced to the 400 Days Characters (Tavia's Community) 9. She might have met Nate (the weird looking cold-blooded bastard from Russell's story) 10. Nate was desperate to satisfy his sexual desires so he tried to rape Clementine, but he failed. 11. The two figures came to the campsite. (I am not sure who are the two figures, might be new character or Omid and Christa.

Guys, this is just my predictions... it is 100% not accurate or true :)

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  • I think most of it is possibly I could see Nate doing that. I remember Clem almost being raped a huge debate. Personally I'd be okay if they included almost being raped as in yes she still has clothes on and yes she isn't close to being raped. You have to fight back and find a weapon in your reach. You also should get the choice to hit him as many times as you want including killing him. You do get away before anything sick or bad happens. Just for all the people who think I'm sick minded for wanting them to include this I'm not at all. Several television series and video games have used rape and sexual harassment as a way to raise awareness because this is a problem many young ppl around the world face just as much. I think they could you that way and no I love Clem and don't want her to be raped but I think it's an idea that she is almost sexually harassed. Or something like that

    • Interesting points, and I see what you're saying, but I respectfully disagree. Rape scenarios in fiction tend to be handled poorly - they add a little bit of drama for one episode or two, sure, but almost none of them really deal with the impact of sexual assault (years of trauma, physical injuries, etc.).

      A lot of shows and games use it as a cheap way to create the illusion of drama because it's treated as such a singular event. Along with the physical side of it, there's a strong emotional component and so many psychological ramifications for sexual assault - it doesn't "just happen" and then it's "over." Even people who see psychologists and seek help still have issues, so I can't imagine our Walking Dead universe being very generous to our characters - especially since Clementine is so young and alone. Could Telltale Games make a compelling game that actually addresses the impact of sexual assault? Absolutely, and I'd love to see how beautifully and tastefully they could talk about it.

      Is The Walking Dead the right vessel for that? I don't think so, especially with Clementine as the main character. She has her own grief and survival to deal with. Remember, Clementine is only 9 years old; she's lost both her parents, Lee, everyone else she ever knew, she'll have to deal with trust issues, and possibly deal with guilt over feeling responsible for the group's demise. Her plate is FULL, and adding sexual assault (even attempted) would seriously detract from the rest of her grief - I say that from an emotional standpoint and a technical standpoint. I'd much rather have her deal with fewer well-developed core emotional issues than many underdeveloped incidental traumas - and when you only have five episodes, you can only address so much.

      • I'll put it this way, I think that the walking dead is the perfect platform for this. The walking dead is not just about zombies running around eating stuff. It's about how you interact with others. It can create a huge storyline where you have to choice to tell others what happened to you. Or tell nobody and have Clementine be somewhat depressed or saddened. This could be a symbol that shows how messed up the world is. I don't think it would distract from other things just make her life worse. But telltale wants us to feel terrible for the characters and toy with are emotions. It can be a big add on to the entire social interaction and secrets. But I didn't say I think it should happen in episode one I was thinking more episode 3 or 4 possibly. I understand her plate is full but on the other hand you have to release something I Bad is going to keep happening to her so Clem's plate will never be too full. But on the other hand you point out some good flaws to this and they are very valid and I agree with some of what you are saying :)

  • If the zombie apocalypse hits remind me to shoot you guys first :o)

  • I sure hope TellTale isn't that evil yet

  • Well, since the game isnt out yet I would'nt even make predictions. But yours sound nice so... It could happen that she goes to the camp but that thing with Winston sounds weird. Or Nate trying to rape her.

  • I like the idea, though I'd feel bad for Clem. IMO, this is The Walking Dead. Even if there were no zombies involved, there would be people like that. The zombies just add even more drama to it. The game is rated 'M for Mature' for a reason, as in if you are too young to play it, you shouldn't be playing. Or if you simply can't handle it either, ya know? It might be gruesome, or disgusting, or appalling, but jeez I've seen much worse gore and that kind of stuff in horror films. Telltale could be much worse with it. It's not like if she did or was close to being raped, that it would need to be on-screen, or show her naked, or anything like that. Idk, I suppose it is all in how you think, but to me anything is legal, no matter what it is. Ya don't have to like it, but Telltale should make their own decisions. It makes the game so much more fun to constantly be hit with curve balls instead of the pitch going right down the middle every time(if you know nothing about baseball, I'm saying for nothing to be predictable)

  • I guess this game has reflected the true colours of people in a shitty situation X) Really like Telltale Games :D

  • An attempted rape would certainly be a controversial idea. On my former account I remember someone long ago complaining about the cursing in the game, I could only imagine how butthurt people would be if Telltale did this. I actually think it is a good idea, but only if Clem could escape very early in the attempt. Obviously I would never want this to happen to Clem, but I think it would show a very realistic side of the world gone to shit. I remember they explored this in the comics with Carl. Telltale also didn't refrain from mentioning or hinting at the idea either. If the player chose Carley they could tell the other characters about Lee's past. If you begin to tell Kenny, he says "It wasn't for touchin kids was it?". In the third episode I also remember Kenny yelling out something along the lines of "Come rape our women and children" in response to the lack of protection of the motor inn (<<Maybe not, just trying to remember.) Danny in 400 Days also was arrested for something with an underage girl. It could really develop Clementine and show how unsafe the world is. And of course, I wouldn't mind being Clem and hitting a creepy guy over the head with a bat ;)

  • I think that the two figures are zombified versions of Omid n Christa ( 'cause that could be like the cop in the beggining of the first episode, with the shotgun shells and viewing someone who you "knew" dead). Besides they only were in the group like 4 days so i can't tell that they'll be so importants... :)

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