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Lee's past

posted by dingbad-dom on - last edited - Viewed by 385 users
I'm pretty sure this hasn't been mentioned before but anyways...

So, do you think any flashbacks from Lee's past will occur in Episode 5 as part of his turning. I must not be the only one who's intrigued as to how he killed that guy, and more detail into what pushed him over the edge. The only reason I even mention this is because in episode 1 when he was asleep in the barn there was a brief flashback (just sound if I can remember rightly) of screming etc which woke him. Pretty sure that wasn't a dream but a memory from his past. So I'm thinking if maybe they might bring in a couple more. Just a thought really.
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  • I think that was the senator being thrown out a window.
  • I don't think so, it's been kind of left behind at this point. I think it's gonna be left in the dark.
  • The murder is in the past now. It's not important how it happened, but that it DID happen. With Lee dying, we might see something about it in his final moments but I don't think so. Telltale moved on from that after you tell everyone in Episode 3, or Lilly reveals it.
  • I thought they might touch on it again, but maybe you guys are right. Lee is a dead man now, so unless his past has something to do with the walkie talkie guy, I think they are going to focus more on his redemption (maybe by saving Clem?)
  • This subplot faded away with Lilly's character. I'm hoping to get more insight on this in episode 5.
  • Rock114;715456 said:
    The murder is in the past now. It's not important how it happened, but that it DID happen. With Lee dying, we might see something about it in his final moments but I don't think so. Telltale moved on from that after you tell everyone in Episode 3, or Lilly reveals it.
    Oddly thats not the way i was thinking. I pictured more of a red dead redemption type of end like john marshton who did everything he could but his past still came back to finish him.
  • I definitely think his past is going to make a reappearance. Someone in the group will ask him to tell the whole story, perhaps. He might as well, since he has nothing left to lose once he finds Clementine.
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