"They're all gonna die Clementine, don't let them pull you down with them"

What do you think about this line?

Predictions for deaths of Episodes 4 & 5?
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  • Jane must've noticed Ben and Travis sneaking in supplies
  • edited May 2014
    Well, she's probably right. Sooner or later.

    I'm still gonna be offended anyway. These are my homies gurl.
  • I think Jane will give Clementine the option of staying with the group or going with her and being a hardened survivor.
  • I think she was talking about the walkers not the group
  • I'd kinda like that, gameplay wise. It'd really amp up the replay value even more.

    I think Jane will give Clementine the option of staying with the group or going with her and being a hardened survivor.

  • Highly doubt it to be honest but that's your thoughts :)

    I think she was talking about the walkers not the group

  • edited May 2014
    It's probably just Jane referring to how the group is in a massive state and none of them are really fit to survive for long.

    Put it this way:

    Kenny: Blind in one eye

    Luke: Exhaustion

    Nick: Depression

    Sarah: Anxiety/Sheltered

    Rebecca: Pregnancy

    Sarita: Infected/Missing an arm

    Mike: Can't use connectives (literally everything he says is in extremely blunt sentences) XD

    Bonnie: Ex-drug addict.

    From Jane's point of view, Clementine is the only person who's fit to survive, alongside herself.
  • Yeah I'm probably wrong :(

    Highly doubt it to be honest but that's your thoughts :)

  • Meh, Bitch doesn't know what she is talking about.
  • What if there is a decision during the end of Episode 4 to leave the group with Jane during a walker attack or stick with the group.

    If you leave, then in Episode 5 the group finds you however Sarita, Nick, Mike and Rebecca's baby are dead. With Luke, Kenny, Rebecca and Sarah all seeing you as what you've truly become.

    If you stick with the group, then in Episode 5 you find Jane's dead carcass and everyone in the group is alive (but you do have to make a choice between saving Sarita or saving Nick).
  • Yeah she says the group will pull her down with them, not counting herself....
    JakeSt123 posted: »

    It's probably just Jane referring to how the group is in a massive state and none of them are really fit to survive for long.

  • Love it!
    HarjKS posted: »

    What if there is a decision during the end of Episode 4 to leave the group with Jane during a walker attack or stick with the grou

  • I think that Jane can take a hike. I'm not abandoning my friends based on the opinion of a woman I just met. I'm sticking with them to the end. I'm pragmatic but I'm not an asshole. Well, I AM an asshole, but I'm an asshole with standards
  • Everyone except Clem is going to die, we all should know this by now. Remember season 1.
  • So basically you're saying that Clementine is a permanent protagonist who gets everybody killed? lol

    Everyone except Clem is going to die, we all should know this by now. Remember season 1.

  • Yes, that's exactly what I'm saying. Thanks sherlock.....

    So basically you're saying that Clementine is a permanent protagonist who gets everybody killed? lol

  • I'm not leaving with Jane. We don't even know this woman, we've known her for a few days and she just does crazy shit. If she can manipulate other people she probably will manipulate Clementine if she has to. The group has flaws. Lots of flaws. But, at least we know we can trust them.
  • GURRRLLL. You don't mess with Clem's homies. Hmm-hmm!

    Well, she's probably right. Sooner or later. I'm still gonna be offended anyway. These are my homies gurl.

  • Well said
    kawaiiclem posted: »

    I'm not leaving with Jane. We don't even know this woman, we've known her for a few days and she just does crazy shit. If she can

  • I think it'll mainly relate to Sarah running off. Jane also has that line of "she's gonna get us all killed." Then Clementine can choose to put herself at risk in order to save Sarah or listen to Jane and leave her. Jane represents the pragmatic, perhaps even ruthless, kind of person that Clem can potentially become if she lets go of her ability to care for others.
  • u fuk with m@h bois u fuk wit me gurl

    ill pop u
    That1Guy posted: »

    GURRRLLL. You don't mess with Clem's homies. Hmm-hmm!

  • Wow I didn't even think of that!
    lapiswolf posted: »

    I think it'll mainly relate to Sarah running off. Jane also has that line of "she's gonna get us all killed." Then Clementine can

  • Thanks (:

    Well said

  • Like Kenny said, "Sorry, but I don't know you from fuckin' Adam" so nope! It'll be funny if something happens to her later on and she becomes "one of them~~". Who's an ingrate now?
  • So what if Kenny is basically half blind... he has the power of the stache.

    "Kenny, that's a pretty powerful 'stache. Godlike. Use it to protect your family."
    GOUSTTTT posted: »

    Meh, Bitch doesn't know what she is talking about.

  • I can definitely imagine a choice between Jane and the group, where Jane has the unpopular opinion. While the context of that situation varies, it will still be interesting to see Clem's development over whom she will choose. It could possibly be like this:
    Pick Jane = more pragmatic, tactical, and cold Clementine
    Pick group = Clementine who will still value others and her human relationships
  • I would probably go with Jane for survival purposes :)
    blue_skies posted: »

    I can definitely imagine a choice between Jane and the group, where Jane has the unpopular opinion. While the context of that situ

  • i don't buy much into this comment,i still think most people who play the game want to get Clem and other characters to safety eventually,this is my aim anyway,i know i know it's called the Walking Dead but if you knew your character was going to die from the start it sort of takes something away from the emotion of the game and surviving so many close calls,even if the game had 8 or 9 seasons i would still want the ending to be a chance to live and/or die,same with the other characters who survive with Clem through this. even the comment itself is a little bit stupid it's not as if all these characters suddenly got lucky and survived for all this time through getting lucky.
  • i reckon something like 99.9 percent would pick the group :D
    blue_skies posted: »

    I can definitely imagine a choice between Jane and the group, where Jane has the unpopular opinion. While the context of that situ

  • I'd let the bitch go alone. I don't care for Jane at all, I'd rather she die than any of my friends from the group.
    HarjKS posted: »

    What if there is a decision during the end of Episode 4 to leave the group with Jane during a walker attack or stick with the grou

  • Everyone's gonna die sooner or later. The dead always wins.
    I'm not leaving my group, nope, never. The cabin survivors and Kenny is literally all Clem has left. Even if Jane is experienced with fighting and PvP, I would rather die than leaving all I care about behind.
  • that's the most stupid scenario ever and heavily biased.Jane is capable in surviving on her own,she won't be dead so easily
    HarjKS posted: »

    What if there is a decision during the end of Episode 4 to leave the group with Jane during a walker attack or stick with the grou

  • I am thinking of many, but i'm afraid to mention them because it's taboo.

    If you say you think someone's gonna die, just you know Tellltale is always watching and they're gonna kill them!

    ;-;

    At the end, everyone dies. Just like in Game Of Thrones.
  • nah,she's an experienced survivor,it's gonna be the other way around,if you choose to ignore lots of her suggestion then there will be more trouble to deal with
    everet posted: »

    Like Kenny said, "Sorry, but I don't know you from fuckin' Adam" so nope! It'll be funny if something happens to her later on and she becomes "one of them~~". Who's an ingrate now?

  • Jane: Borderline-psychotic pseudo-fascist uberbitch.

    I think I'll take my chances with the losers, lady. But thanks for the offer.
    JakeSt123 posted: »

    It's probably just Jane referring to how the group is in a massive state and none of them are really fit to survive for long.

  • edited May 2014
    I'd pick the group over Jane without hesitation.

    I don't dislike Jane but I definately like and care for the group/some members of the group alot more.
    They're ma bros (even the ladies) who I know Clementine can trust, most with her life. I'll protect and try to keep them alive as long I/Clementine can. (Which sounds hilarious considering that Clementine is 11 years old.)
    HarjKS posted: »

    What if there is a decision during the end of Episode 4 to leave the group with Jane during a walker attack or stick with the grou

  • edited May 2014
    I'm sorry, but I'm going to go with Jane, or at least roughly follow her suggestions. Jane is lone survivor, she has surpassed the lives of several groups that have stuck together. I want Clementine to grow up like Jane or Molly so that she can betray people and not the other way round. I want Clementine to be a lone ranger or at least have one trustworthy person with her. Zombies are just the antibiotic in the Zombie Apocalypse, it's humans that are really the disease, with their betrayal and everything.. they're like a zombie in disguise, joining a group and killing it from the inside... Clem-Clem won't be like that.

    Wow, I'm a heartless guy.
  • well,just because she's more focused on survival doesn't mean clementine should be a cold & selfish person,it's gonna be the other way around,because it's always good to learn and be prepared for everything

    I'm sorry, but I'm going to go with Jane, or at least roughly follow her suggestions. Jane is lone survivor, she has surpassed the

  • Do you even know what Fascism is?

    Because how you could possibly think Jane is fascist, or even 'pseudo-fascist' whatever that *actually means*, is beyond me.

    Jane: Borderline-psychotic pseudo-fascist uberbitch. I think I'll take my chances with the losers, lady. But thanks for the offer.

  • edited May 2014
    Yes, I do. Hitler. Stalin. Eugenics. Survival of the fittest. Do your own research, pal, or you'll just end up repeating history. (Anyone who reacts to the word 'fascist' the way you do is saying a lot about themselves without realizing it.)

    And obviously you're too lazy to even bother looking up the term "pseudo-fascist," so I'm not interested in doing your work for you.
    Flog61 posted: »

    Do you even know what Fascism is? Because how you could possibly think Jane is fascist, or even 'pseudo-fascist' whatever that *actually means*, is beyond me.

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