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  • I saw it but didn't take it. It probably will come up in future episodes, I reckon. I'm going to guess that it belongs to Carlos.

    • Neither did I. What good is a watch anymore? It has no value to Clementine, but it might have sentimental value to someone in the group. The last thing she needs is them being even more mean to her. I didn't want to give them any excuse to be mean to Clementine. There was enough of that already when Clem did nothing wrong. I could only imagine what they'd do if they found out she stole a watch. They'd probably hang her.

  • I'm pretty sure that a watch is used to tell time...

  • I saw it, but I thought that if this group was a more long-term solution then I shouldn't go out of my way to be marked as a thief (more than I already am anyway), Besides, if someone kept such a thing during the Apocalypse then it might be something he treasures, like a gift from his wife or whatnot, much like Larry's ring, so I didn't take it.

    Besides, it's not like I'm going to exchange it against some money at the next city's tradebroker, I don't really see how that watch can be of any use at the moment. Knowing Telltale it certainly has it's importance though, we'll see !

  • I saw the watch and immediately thought " OH hell no, that is such an obvious trap for later". I could smell the evil from the telltale writing crew all over that. 50 bucks says it's Petes watch and someone will try to go get it at his request or get it because its a family heirloom or something and then Clem will be labeled a thief and...yea.

  • I also thought that it might be a trap...but still took it. My reasoning behind it...if the watch still works it would be useful for Clementine. Also Lee shown her that stealing is fine in that savegame.

    Will probably not take it in the other one. Not sure yet.

    • Lee showed that stealing is fine ... WHEN you have no idea if the owners are alive or dead (and at the station-wagon scene, higher chances are that they're dead outside) and you desperately need it.

      This situation is completely different, you have people that saved your life, even though they don't trust you yet there's no need to go out of your way to steal something useless at first glance and end up thrown out on your ass for that.

      I'm about to start my 2nd playthrough and I'm going to take it, but that's just to see what happens if I do. My "canon" playthrough if I say so, will have me leave that thing right where it is, if anything, it might be comething really precious to Carlos. I'd be pissed if someone stole Lee's picture from me, and that's putting it nicely.

  • I saw it as a trap immediately and left it.

    That said, with my luck the only trap will be TellTale expecting you to expect it to be a trap and making it a good thing to take the watch, thus punishing us who were seeking to not be punished (Enter Xzibit)

  • Left that watch right where I found it. What would I need to know what time it is? Sun going down? Get your ass inside until it comes back up

  • Dang, after reading this and thinking about it some more, I think I'm going to go back and do the episode again. I hate doing that, but I didn't want to take the watch in the first place, and I don't want it to burn me down the road. At least this time should be fairly quick since I'll know exactly what to do.

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