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clemintines family and the senator that lee killed before the game

posted by donmike84 on - last edited - Viewed by 436 users
those any one else here think that there a conntection beetween clemintines family and the unnamed senator that lee was convicted of killing as i think he the senator is either clemintine's uncle or a close family friend
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  • nope.. think ya just reaching for connections!

    We see alot of this mostly after an episode has been released.. people think about it and try to guess or tie in all sort's of theories or especially try to suggest a different senerio.

    Look at Carley being killed.. How many are upset over that? How many suggested she was only wounded and may return in EP4?

    I think it show's how good the game is by TT that the players, days and weeks after playing, are still thinking about it and wondering what's next.
  • Uhm, No...
    But That'd be cool, really.
  • well at lest it's a posabittly it could we all think we know clemintine but we don't in a sence we don't know what she got up to befor the zombie outbreak
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    N7.
    QuarterPounderVlad;674355 said:
    Uhm, No...
    But That'd be cool, really.
    No it wouldn't be cool
  • No, I don't think so. I did find it curious why they made the guy Lee killed a senator though; I guess so that the case would receive much more exposure and media attention and allow others to hear about it, thus creating friction in the group between Lee and Larry.
  • darknessofheart;674457 said:
    No, I don't think so. I did find it curious why they made the guy Lee killed a senator though; I guess so that the case would receive much more exposure and media attention and allow others to hear about it, thus creating friction in the group between Lee and Larry.
    you could be right, if he had just killed some guy, it would have had to of been a unique/horrific murder to be heard about by so many people, and plus because he was a senator it makes me think that the trial may not have been that fair
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