Anyone else get the feeling that Season 2 is just a build up for something even bigger in Season 3?

edited March 2014 in The Walking Dead

Wellington. How can anyone think this will end up good?. We saw Crawford and just a single death brought the entire place down.

There's A LOT of people headed to Wellington. Matthew said he sees at least one group cross the bridge every day. Imagine just how many people would go there from all directions. Lots of people = lots of trouble.

"Listen kid, I hope you're not one of those nuts headed up north, looking for Shangri-La." - Carver

So do you actually think we'll begin a crazy story arc in episode 5 and end up as a cliffhanger for Season 3?

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  • Why did you post this 4 times?

  • That wasn't me

    AusZombie posted: »

    Why did you post this 4 times?

  • edited March 2014

    Yeah sorry about that, I'm on my ipad and i clicked the wrong discussion, my bad.

    That wasn't me

  • I really hope you're right, i would hate it if season two was the end. I doubt it will be unless TTG decided they hate money or something.

  • I am pretty confident when i Say That there will be a Season 3....
    A game that became so popular and has a great storyline and emotional drama is something many people want more off+TTG makes shitton of money so they will make another season for more $

  • Absolutely

    Cazabubu posted: »

    I am pretty confident when i Say That there will be a Season 3.... A game that became so popular and has a great storyline and em

  • Telltale gets more money, and we get another awesome game. It's a win win situation

  • Exactly!

    Telltale gets more money, and we get another awesome game. It's a win win situation

  • Telltale > All

    Telltale gets more money, and we get another awesome game. It's a win win situation

  • Yeah, I thought about it too. I think whole Season 3 will take place in Wellington, and Clem will be the protagonist once again. I really like playing as her.

    I'm seeing Clem as my sister I never had, so maybe that's why I really like playing as her. Does anyone else do something like I do? :D

  • More like the daughter i never had. I already have a sister but she is in her 40s these days so, yeah.

    Crips posted: »

    Yeah, I thought about it too. I think whole Season 3 will take place in Wellington, and Clem will be the protagonist once again. I

  • I think Wellington would be a great set up for Season Three.

  • I also See her like the sister i never had :)

    Crips posted: »

    Yeah, I thought about it too. I think whole Season 3 will take place in Wellington, and Clem will be the protagonist once again. I

  • No. Not really. Though i do feel that season three will be the last Telltale does with the walking dead.

  • Not until now. But now that you mention it, it does seem possible.

  • Yes, I definitely feel like no matter what, the last episode will end with them starting on the road to Wellington with whoever is left after this business with Carver.

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    to qoute Nick :

    "Sound's like bullshit " ^^

    GOUSTTTT posted: »

    I think Wellington would be a great set up for Season Three.

  • What is your problem Vanilla Ice? :D

    Slither29 posted: »

    to qoute Nick : "Sound's like bullshit " ^^

  • Not really, no. I do think these episodes are building up for something in the fourth and fifth episodes though. I want this story arc with Carver to have a conclusion this Season. But I still want Clem back as the protagonist of Season Three.

  • I'm pretty sure a majority of us saw ourselves as more a parent of her since we played the entire first Season as her father-figure. Felt like a genuine relationship you had too since you first meet her as Lee.

    Weird to think that Telltale originally had the idea of the protagonist being Clementine's sibling. Wouldn't have worked as well.

    AusZombie posted: »

    More like the daughter i never had. I already have a sister but she is in her 40s these days so, yeah.

  • yes that's what i wanted to hear ;)

    What is your problem Vanilla Ice?

  • Well i guess we will never know, but you probably right. What makes their relationship so special is that it is a stranger taking care of a little girl and how selfless Lee is through the whole thing.

    CathalOHara posted: »

    I'm pretty sure a majority of us saw ourselves as more a parent of her since we played the entire first Season as her father-figur

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