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Clementine gets a boyfriend?

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  • wtf?!?! Shes 11!! and after playing Lee my attachment emotionally to the character is like that of a father...anyone trying to date my 11 year old daughter better run fast and wear a Kevlar effing vest...
  • I don't think so, Sarah screams and runs off into the woods regardless of what Clem says.
    I told her to run too since getting out of the horde as soon as possible seemed like the rational decision, and I would've made Clem run too if I could.
  • I hate Carl because he is annoying. He is what 12 years old and he is the ultimate bad ass? Ok. I may watch the show again if Carl gets eaten.

    Why does everyone hate Carl?

  • Yeah, after episode 3 I felt a lot more attached to the cabin group, but I was always attached to Sarah and I see a lot of potential for a heavy emotional bond between her and Clem. Sarah was always sticking up for Clem in episode 3, even if you had been rude to her previously, and I thought that was great. I'm seriously excited to see where the development of their relationship goes.

    Agreed. I think it's great how people like you and I feel this way because we still have the emotional attachment to this season t

  • Me too, hopefully we'll get something like that in episode 4.
    About Carlos slapping her, I think Clem wanted to say something, but Carver made it pretty clear that anyone who interfered would get punished as well. If you try to stick up for Sarah beforehand, he tells her to shut up unless Clem wanted a piece of what Sarah was getting, so I can kind of understand it.
    ceekyuucee posted: »

    I mean, kids get together. They hold hands and uh... I dunno. I mostly just want to see more options for Clem to go to bat for Sar

  • I just want her to find some peace that's all, it's why I said that. She can be with whoever she wants whenever she wants.
    ceekyuucee posted: »

    Glenn and Maggie got together at a time of uncertainty, and Lee and Carley looked to have been doing the same. Don't see why Clem needs security.

  • I feel like now that Sarah's dad has passed, there's potential for an organic romantic relationship to develop between the two. It happens, and, especially with kids, especially with a kid who is struggling with mental illness, Sarah might need a lot of emotional and mental support. It doesn't have to happen, I suppose, and it'd be plausible that way, but I definitely see room here for a relationship. And we all know Clem's tough as hell so she could take care of her. And it's just a cute ship the way I'm playing. I play Clem as a gruff, embittered kid who wishes she had her innocence back, and the gruff/bitter compliments the sweet/naive of Sarah very well.
    MusicBox posted: »

    I just want her to find some peace that's all, it's why I said that. She can be with whoever she wants whenever she wants.

  • I feel like my Clem would have taken him up on that. Maybe thrown the "if you test me, I'll pass every time" line back in his asshole face.
    sayakamiki posted: »

    Me too, hopefully we'll get something like that in episode 4. About Carlos slapping her, I think Clem wanted to say something, b

  • Well, that makes me sad. She's still a kid and should focus on being a kid. I don't know whats with young people being in such a hurry to "grow up" and get into relationships, there is plenty of time for that later in life. You only get to be a kid once, enjoy it!
    Healoz posted: »

    Jeez you should see how many relationships my 11 year old sister deals with. And I'm freaking 3 years older than her and I haven't even gotten into that stuff yet. xD

  • edited May 2014
    So clique and cheesy no thanks I play the walking dead for character development, violence and gruesome scenes we only get an hour and a half I'd just find it boring and unnecessary they have more important issues like surviving my Clem will be the next Rambo a lone wolf

    Btw I loved your TLOU character relationship reference but brings back to many feels for me when think about Tess what a hero
  • Oh damn, apologies. I read it as Sarita. Now I DO feel stupid.

    If you think Sarah is indian, you should take a good long look at my name before burning any copy of the game you own.

  • Yeah, you're right. I wasn't reading it correctly. Sorry.
    Arrows posted: »

    that was Sarita, Kenny's gf. Sarah is hispanic.

  • She's 11. She doesn't need a boyfriend.
  • But being badass is sort of an adult theme, and it's the only adult thing she can do. And no people, I'm not talking about you-know-what, but a romantic interest that may turn into something in the future? Why not?
    Healoz posted: »

    Being in relationship dramas just doesn't seem that badass to be honest. xD

  • I respect your opinion, but I honestly believe Sarah and Clem have a sisterly relationship at most. In episode 3, if you choose the mean responses when you talk to Sarah, Sarah snaps at Clem in a way that sisters would when they're quarreling. The whole "I'm older than you, your just a little girl, I know better" etc. Which when you think about it is a lot stronger bond than a romantic bond would be. Again, I respect your opinion, but I want to get my opinion out also.(If that's alright) :-)

    Thanks. I just hope people don't mistake my outlandish opinion for trolling. I took my time to think and formulate that opinion, and I don't fuck around when I discuss Clementine's future. I only want what's best for her.

  • Definitely. A sisterly bond is much more likely for Clementine and Sarah. I just think that if either of them, or certainly both of them, felt the need to have someone to hold and to love on a deeper level, that they would most likely turn to each other. I would be surprised if Clementine was content to live on without someone like that in her life. For now, it's understandable since she is only 11 years old and surely has much greater concerns than love, but if she and Sarah continue to survive together and bond as they have, I feel that they may find the kind of happiness in each other that they have never found in anyone else.

    Needless to say, I will be crushed if Sarah dies any time soon... I'm very afraid of that, in fact.
    Tinni posted: »

    I respect your opinion, but I honestly believe Sarah and Clem have a sisterly relationship at most. In episode 3, if you choose th

  • GOUSTTTTGOUSTTTT Banned
    edited May 2014
    13? Heh, No, I know what kids are doing nowadays, I hear about it all the time...16 seems better then 13 imo.
    _Juice_Box_ posted: »

    Wouldn't you kind of be... sheltering her? I mean, I don't want her to get one only because then the story would be a romance and

  • lol I already knew Sarita was Indian before anyone else did but don't worry about it okay :)

    Oh damn, apologies. I read it as Sarita. Now I DO feel stupid.

  • Yes, because the one thing TTG's TWD needs is for Clem to be in a relationship... Kenny's beard on a pogo stick ,people....
  • In Episode 1 he mentioned that they are both in the same age :3
    nickybello posted: »

    sarah is 15

  • What if I kill you first?
  • Honestly I still can't get over the fact that your name is MeMeLord and you expect people to take you seriously.
    MeMeLord posted: »

    Well, chances that she is a lesbian are about 1-2% and it partly depends on her upbringing, not entirely on genetics. Better don't sexualize her at all, open things are better to discuss about and can't annoy anyone.

  • Truer words have never been said.

    Well, that's debatable.

  • Honestly, with this forum all you have to do is say the word "gay" and all the dudebros come crawling out of the woodwork to complain. It's pathetic.

    There's a thread going on right now about Bonnie/Luke being a possibility. Bonnie/Luke has got pretty much the same amount of in-game proof and likelihood that Nick/Luke has, but guess which one gets pages upon pages of vicious hate speech? Not the straight one, that's for damn sure.
    MusicBox posted: »

    Unfortunately as much as I like this forum there's a big amount of homophobia and people who just dislike everything. They can't even stand me bringing up a possibility. It's pretty sad.

  • I concur with you!
    CocaColin posted: »

    She's 11. She doesn't need a boyfriend.

  • Same. Obviously there's a few bad eggs but on there you can say stuff like "I think this character is LGBT+" and people... don't... shit on you??
    sayakamiki posted: »

    I know, I've experienced it firsthand. It's kind of jarring for me since I'm used to Tumblr where almost everybody is accepting of LGBT+ people. Sometimes I forget homophobia is so commonplace IRL and on other parts of the internet.

  • Well kid, at least we're honest about ourselves.

    You should probably stop teasing other people to raise your low self-esteem, because honestly, you don't know shit about us.
    K0t0 posted: »

    most people who post here never had girlfriends, they wouldn't be able to comprehend the reverse on an emotionally manipulated level. inb4 omg girls totally post here, lol sure.

  • Yeah, they sure do have a "Click"!

    *BA DAM TUSS*

    Now gtfo.
    UndeadEuan posted: »

    Yes it's Nick

  • Nick's too busy sitting in bed and thinkin' 'bout Luke to diddle kids.
    UndeadEuan posted: »

    Yes it's Nick

  • Can we just end this? Just think about it, you're talking about creating a relationship with an eleven year old. That's fucking weird. It's the zombie apocalypse, the last thing anyone needs is more damn drama.
  • Not to mention we have two threads about it now apparently.

    Says great things to any forum newcomers that this is actually a long topic of discussion around here. :S

    Can we just end this? Just think about it, you're talking about creating a relationship with an eleven year old. That's fucking weird. It's the zombie apocalypse, the last thing anyone needs is more damn drama.

  • I think Clem/Sarah is cute, too. There's kind of an age gap, but to be fair, it's the zombie apocalypse and their maturity levels sort of balance it out.

    This may be a very unpopular opinion, but I don't see any romantic options for Clementine at the moment other than Sarah. The age

  • If there's an "I like you" "I like you, too" scene, Sarah probably dies afterwards. Or Clem does. Wouldn't be Walking Dead without violently culling happy relationships.

    Definitely. A sisterly bond is much more likely for Clementine and Sarah. I just think that if either of them, or certainly both o

  • It'd be a big hurdle dealing with the moral guardians, unfortunately. Look at the outcry over Mass Effect. Now imagine that with kids. Doesn't matter that there's no sex or anything. Gay content's typically enough to get something rated R by the MPAA. Americans are shits that way. Which is to say, if Telltale does it anyways, I'll be in love with them forever. Get the TTG logo tattooed on my heart muscle.
    sayakamiki posted: »

    Yeah, after episode 3 I felt a lot more attached to the cabin group, but I was always attached to Sarah and I see a lot of potenti

  • ClaraHClaraH Banned
    Clem and Sarah are such nice couple.
  • One thing I have to say about the dudebros and other homophobes like Clem_is_awesome. "Fuck em"

    You don't like gays, carpet munchers, queers, sausage massagers, butt pirates or whatever you want to call them just because they're gay there is one thing I want to say back. Why should anyone care what you think? The moment you showed that you hate a minority just because they're different you showed that any opinion you have is automatically invalid and that you are a sad pathetic wretch.

    Btw skoothz this isn't aimed at you, I just needed to vent after reading some of these posts :)
    skoothz posted: »

    Honestly, with this forum all you have to do is say the word "gay" and all the dudebros come crawling out of the woodwork to compl

  • I know. It honestly makes me feel really uncomfortable about posting here knowing that there are so many regulars who vehemently disagree with my sexual orientation. There's tons of sexism here too.

    I imagine if I even touched on the idea of any characters being non-cis on the forums I'd get bombarded with downvotes and hate.
    skoothz posted: »

    Same. Obviously there's a few bad eggs but on there you can say stuff like "I think this character is LGBT+" and people... don't... shit on you??

  • I actually think Nick/Luke has more romantic subtext than Bonnie/Luke does. But no, since they're both guys, everyone chooses to ignore it and say they just have a bromance. [cue me vomiting all over myself at the usage of that word]

    I guarantee you that if Bonnie/Luke had as much subtext as Nick/Luke does, everyone would be saying they're in love.
    skoothz posted: »

    Honestly, with this forum all you have to do is say the word "gay" and all the dudebros come crawling out of the woodwork to compl

  • I forgot about that. There's this huge stigma that if you make a child character anything but straight, you're "sexualizing" them, which is total bullshit and extremely offensive to LGBT+ people. The excuse that kids are too young to start questioning their orientation is BS too, I've talked to people who've said they've been attracted to the opposite gender for as long as they can remember, even before adolescence.
    ceekyuucee posted: »

    It'd be a big hurdle dealing with the moral guardians, unfortunately. Look at the outcry over Mass Effect. Now imagine that with k

  • Mm, to be honest, I see less validity in Nick/Luke now, I kind of more just feel like Nick's got a thing for Luke and it's not reciprocated. But there's something... not quite straight there, nevertheless.

    But yeah, no, absolutely, I've been comparing Nick/Luke to Carley/Lee from the beginning. Now that Bonnie/Luke is apparently becoming a thing... I dunno. I can honestly see them both having unrequited feelings for Luke and personally I hope that's the direction Telltale chooses to take it in. Not banking on it, though. Telltale seems to only want to introduce LGBT+ characters if they can kill them off in the same episode.
    sayakamiki posted: »

    I actually think Nick/Luke has more romantic subtext than Bonnie/Luke does. But no, since they're both guys, everyone chooses to i

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