Originally Posted by dubesor
indeed. If you argue Omid and Christa are unknown then so is Clementine... because we don't know what happened to her after the scene in the fields.. so that turns everyone into either unknown or dead. I think you have to account for ALL the characters in the game in order to make a chance of survival.
And that would be around 1/3 characters you meet will survive long enough to finish the season. Anything else is no more than unproved guessing.
Depends if you're after a general survival rate for everyone then you should, but it is fiction and even in the walking dead the survival rate is going to be very different for background and foreground characters, the fact that Dr Logan died doesn't really relate to Omid and Christa's chances, while the likes of Carley, Doug and Kenny's deaths probably do as they had a more similar role in the game.
Originally Posted by trd84
Well they were last seen on a roof top in a city full of walkers, not exactly safe. As we seen 2 people die once we started on the roof and almost more when the sign broke.
Also if you told them and Clem to meet at the train, something happens that they can't meet up there. So I think unknown is good for them.
Nobody in the game is ever safe, but they lacked a notable death scene and weren't in any massive danger at the time. As for not meeting up with Clem, she's 9, finding the train station in a massive city full of walkers is a tough ask or maybe the meeting place was overrun, could be anything. Without any hints that they're dead we have to assume they're OK.
They are technically unknown in the opposite way to Kenny. He's 95% dead so we assume, They're 95% alive so we assume. They are much more likely to be alive than the other "unknowns"
BFF's: Lee, Clem, Carley and Kenny
Although the forever in BFF should be taken loosely