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Should Clem remain a kid in Season 3?

Cluke4LifeCluke4Life Banned
edited April 2014 in The Walking Dead

I've been thinking about this a lot and I don't think I want her to grow up just yet. She should remain a kid for a couple of more seasons. Playing as an 11 year old girl is more fun than I would have ever thought!

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  • I think Season 3 should be her growing into a woman. Her maturing, etc. And your username is so horrible.

  • Because of the comics timeline, I don't think they can go further in the apocalypse with Clementine as a grown up woman without Kirkman's permission.

  • I'd rather play as a different character

  • edited April 2014

    I don't think telltale can go too far ahead of the comics timeline wise, so I doubt we'll ever see an adult Clementine. Early teens at best.

  • And your username is so horrible.

    Yes, well that's one of the downsides. Cluke won't happen any time soon if she remains a kid. Cluke can wait though, kid Clem FTW. And next season should have like 10 episodes instead of 5.

    Bubadoo posted: »

    I think Season 3 should be her growing into a woman. Her maturing, etc. And your username is so horrible.

  • 13 maybe at the higest

  • How are you so sure that Cluke will happen? What if Luke bites the dust in the next episodes?

    Cluke4Life posted: »

    And your username is so horrible. Yes, well that's one of the downsides. Cluke won't happen any time soon if she remains a kid. Cluke can wait though, kid Clem FTW. And next season should have like 10 episodes instead of 5.

  • I doubt they will take a 10 year gap between Season 2 and 3

  • I doubt the 10 episodes thing would happen. Every game Telltale has I done has been 5 episodes (Or almost everyone)

    Cluke4Life posted: »

    And your username is so horrible. Yes, well that's one of the downsides. Cluke won't happen any time soon if she remains a kid. Cluke can wait though, kid Clem FTW. And next season should have like 10 episodes instead of 5.

  • Why would you even say that? If you don't like Clementine, there's probably probably a lot of other zombie games you can play which don't have her as a playable character.

    I refuse to play as anyone other than Clem. That's simply not an option.

    I'd rather play as a different character

  • I don't think her being an adult or even young adult is an option considering Kirkman's time line and the probable conclusion telltale can't jump out in front of the comics time wise. Sadly I don't think we will ever see a Clem more than 15 years old max. But, you never know. Hell maybe Kirkman kills Rick and Carl all together and let's telltale wrap up the ZA in a happy ending!

  • Wasn't Law and Order seven episodes?

    Bubadoo posted: »

    I doubt the 10 episodes thing would happen. Every game Telltale has I done has been 5 episodes (Or almost everyone)

  • edited April 2014

    Nah, I don't think Kirkman would let Telltale step all over him just for Telltale to have more space to breathe for TWD, although judging by the cover of Issue 127 he might actually do a huge timeskip. (I know you're just joking :P)

    Viva-La-Lee posted: »

    I don't think her being an adult or even young adult is an option considering Kirkman's time line and the probable conclusion tell

  • Yeah, Sam and Max season 1 had six episodes and Law and Order Legacies seven although the episodes were short.

    Wasn't Law and Order seven episodes?

  • I think the game and the comics are up to the same point in time by Season 2. Also, with my short knowledge of the comics timeline, I can determine that Clem was born in February 1995.

    Mr_Eeuss posted: »

    I don't think telltale can go too far ahead of the comics timeline wise, so I doubt we'll ever see an adult Clementine. Early teens at best.

  • I'm not sure Cluke will ever happen because I'm not the one who writes the game. What I am sure of, is that Clementine will remain a protagonist until the end of the game. I can't believe some people want to play as someone else! Killing her off, or switching protagonists for that matter would be a death sentence to 'The Walking Dead' franchise.

    How are you so sure that Cluke will happen? What if Luke bites the dust in the next episodes?

  • http://walkingdead.wikia.com/wiki/Issue_127

    "In the aftermath of ALL OUT WAR we discover… A NEW BEGINNING."

    http://walkingdead.wikia.com/wiki/Issue_128

    "After all this time, she should be more prepared."

    "After all this time"

    I think the comics will have a timeskip after they deal with Negan. Make it a 5 year skip and it'll be perfect for Telltale to at least bring Clem up to 16 years old. 1 year per season

    Because of the comics timeline, I don't think they can go further in the apocalypse with Clementine as a grown up woman without Kirkman's permission.

  • That's a strange thought, that I'm actually only 3 years older than her.

    I think the game and the comics are up to the same point in time by Season 2. Also, with my short knowledge of the comics timeline, I can determine that Clem was born in February 1995.

  • I actually love clementine, don't hate

    Cluke4Life posted: »

    Why would you even say that? If you don't like Clementine, there's probably probably a lot of other zombie games you can play which don't have her as a playable character. I refuse to play as anyone other than Clem. That's simply not an option.

  • edited April 2014

    Well she is eleven. And I'm only a few years older as well.
    Also, forget what I said earlier. Walking Dead WIki says the outbreak started in OCtober 2003, so Clem was born in December 1995.

    CathalOHara posted: »

    That's a strange thought, that I'm actually only 3 years older than her.

  • Off topic but is Law and Order good? I'm interested in trying it.

    Yeah, Sam and Max season 1 had six episodes and Law and Order Legacies seven although the episodes were short.

  • My god if Cluke happens....
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  • Well, I played it and I think it's good a bit although I don't think many people liked it. But, it does have a interesting plot which involves a case that Rey Curtis and Lennie Briscoe never managed to solve.

    Off topic but is Law and Order good? I'm interested in trying it.

  • What about the show? I feel like I have to watch if I enjoy the game.

    Well, I played it and I think it's good a bit although I don't think many people liked it. But, it does have a interesting plot which involves a case that Rey Curtis and Lennie Briscoe never managed to solve.

  • You didn't like playing as Lee?

    Cluke4Life posted: »

    I'm not sure Cluke will ever happen because I'm not the one who writes the game. What I am sure of, is that Clementine will remain

  • Not RICK! kill carl thats fine but not rick. as sad as it is,for the games sake.,they should move on from clem after this season or the next. Maybe start a new characters story that runs into clem when shes 15 or 16. and then switch back to clem. Just for the longevitiy of the game

    Viva-La-Lee posted: »

    I don't think her being an adult or even young adult is an option considering Kirkman's time line and the probable conclusion tell

  • Well, I never watched the show and I still enjoyed it. When the Walking Dead Game was announced, I din't watch the show or read the comics but I still played it.

    What about the show? I feel like I have to watch if I enjoy the game.

  • You can only ride the cute kid train for so long. The first game was designed around Clementine, as is this one. She needs to grow up or they need to find a new protagonist because it will get old.

  • I did, but Clementine is a much more captivating protagonist. Looking back on Season 1, it feels so dull when compared to Season 2. And it's only been like two freaking episodes!

    Dragonleaf posted: »

    You didn't like playing as Lee?

  • Yeah, I'm trying to read the comics on my tablet. Someone uploaded the first ten volumes for free. But the zoom function sucks so it's hard to read them.

    Well, I never watched the show and I still enjoyed it. When the Walking Dead Game was announced, I din't watch the show or read the comics but I still played it.

  • The timeline cannot go past the comics, I could see her a year older or more but that's it.

  • edited April 2014

    I don't want Clem to continue being the protagonist or even an NPC. Because in order to continue being in the game, she needs to keep going through more and more interesting scenarios and in this franchise, "interesting" = tragic/painful/horrific/scarring/etc.

    I want to see Clem suffer through the next few episodes, end in a hopeful if bittersweet place, and then live the least interesting life possible from then on. As soon as this season is finished, I never want to hear from her again.

  • The timeline cannot go past the comics, I could see her a year older or more but that's it.

  • Nice disclaimer at the end. I was getting curious if you were taking the last part as a serious prediction, which obviously it wasn't. I'm just saying the actual conclusion to the walking dead universe is up in the air.

    Dragonleaf posted: »

    Nah, I don't think Kirkman would let Telltale step all over him just for Telltale to have more space to breathe for TWD, although judging by the cover of Issue 127 he might actually do a huge timeskip. (I know you're just joking :P)

  • I've said this before with largely negative feedback but I'm going to speak my mind again.

    I don't think they should continue Clementine story. 2 seasons is great, a 3rd is fine, but a 4th I have no doubt is really pushing it. I need them to end the series with a bittersweet with more sweet ending (or even just a completely sweet ending, but I don't think that card is on the table). Perhaps they could do what you stated and cameo her in another's story in the future when she is older. But I wouldn't want her to rejoin the story, as an npc or otherwise. If they did cameo her she would need to be in and out, nothing more. This is my ideal wrap up of telltale's walking dead (as far as Clem's story is concerned).

    X3Holy3 posted: »

    Not RICK! kill carl thats fine but not rick. as sad as it is,for the games sake.,they should move on from clem after this season o

  • But TWD game S1 was set in 2003 if i recall correctly, they could easily switch to 2014-2015 where Clem will be around 18 years old.

    Because of the comics timeline, I don't think they can go further in the apocalypse with Clementine as a grown up woman without Kirkman's permission.

  • Clementine as an adult would feel weird. Especially if it was after a time jump.

    It'd be, like, seeing my child again for the first time in 15 years.

  • Most of the zombies would have rotted away by then, the only real threat would be people.

    Kartal5 posted: »

    But TWD game S1 was set in 2003 if i recall correctly, they could easily switch to 2014-2015 where Clem will be around 18 years old.

  • I'd like to see her be a teenager or young adult, if season 3 came to be.

  • Well i'd like to see her riding a unicorn in S3

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