Clem getting shot and baby's fate

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  • Who Were You Rooting For?

  • My Clem wouldn't let the baby die. Regardless of her life.

    Bloodeon posted: »

    Well I Wish It Was True...

  • Like it hit her arm and we can't see it but the blood is soaking on her jacket

    sialark posted: »

    What do you mean? I agree with you it didn't hit her heart btw.

  • Did you see the earlier comment that had the edited version? It sorta looked like their was a hole in her jacket

    Bloodeon posted: »

    Look: It's Just Blood, There Is No Hole In Her Jacket, No Blood Seeping Out Of Her Wound, Is Their Even A Wound At All?

  • My Clem Would... I Made Her Do VERY Violent Things.

    My Clem wouldn't let the baby die. Regardless of her life.

  • But It Doesn't Look Like A Whole To Me.

    Did you see the earlier comment that had the edited version? It sorta looked like their was a hole in her jacket

  • I know a lot of people are talking about whether or not they'd leave the baby or not, but I would probably leave the baby. I know that sounds harsh, and of course it makes me feel bad, but if Clementine were to take the baby and she would die because of this, then the baby would die too because the baby would be on its own, and the chances of someone else wanting to keep the baby are slim to nothing because not many people want to have to take care of a baby during the zombie apocalypse- the chances of others having supplies for the baby is also slim to nothing.

    What I mean is, the baby would probably die either way. A newborn out in the freezing cold, isn't a good thing. They're used to the warmth of the mothers womb, they're meant to be kept warm as they're adapting to the new atmosphere, and Rebecca's baby was born in the cold, and probably never warm in the first place.

  • What would you do with him? Just leave him in the snow?

    I know a lot of people are talking about whether or not they'd leave the baby or not, but I would probably leave the baby. I know

  • Well The Baby Is Determinate, It Will Die Either Way.

    So did I, but shes still not so cold that she would leave a baby.

  • So did I, but shes still not so cold that she would leave a baby.

    Bloodeon posted: »

    My Clem Would... I Made Her Do VERY Violent Things.

  • It's from the feckin' trailer MATE.

    Mariana238 posted: »

    Fecking spoiler, mate...

  • edited August 2014

    Ok how about we look at some gunshot wounds characters have received through their clothes and how they've been designed. I chose Carver and Nick; if you can think of others let me know.

    First Carver. It looks like he has a main spot in the middle where the blood has pooled, and the rest is splatter. (That could be your opinion though.) It may seem like there's a "hole" but I think this is just blood pooling. Also, I don't see any black hole they've added; the lines from his original coat haven't been added to besides the red. Also keep in mind he was shot by Kenny from a distance with a rifle (I think).

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    Here's Clem's shoulder:

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    And now Nick, who was shot in the shoulder in the beginning of Amid the Ruins. The pic on the left is when he was stuck in the fence; that's his left shoulder seen from the back. (It's blurrier bc he was moving a lot.) In the pic on the left, that definitely looks like a hole. But what the heck is that white circle? What kind of bullets make black shirts white?!

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    There is a lot of blood splatter on Nick and Carver though, unlike Clem. But we have to consider the weapons they were all shot by, and the distance they were shot from. Also if Bonnie was in Clem's way, the force could've been reduced significantly and not splattered as much. Heck if the Bonnie-shield thing is true, I bet Clem might not realize she's been shot at all at first.

    I really feel I can't make any concrete conclusions unfortunately. You can argue they're both holes, but I don't know about Carver's. And Clem's is just too blurry to really tell. :/

    Bloodeon posted: »

    Look: It's Just Blood, There Is No Hole In Her Jacket, No Blood Seeping Out Of Her Wound, Is Their Even A Wound At All?

  • edited August 2014

    Good point!

    I think it's like you said, there's more blood spatter on Carver and Nick because they were pretty much shot directly by much more powerful guns. I also think the only way for Clem to sustain that gunshot wound is if Bonnie shielded it for her first.

    Lee can also get shot by the stranger on the stomach by a pistol and live through it, but it's tough finding screenshot of that!

    sialark posted: »

    Ok how about we look at some gunshot wounds characters have received through their clothes and how they've been designed. I chose

  • I'm glad she got shot.

  • Well, thanks for the bump then, I guess :T

    slattern posted: »

    I'm glad she got shot.

  • No problem.

    Pride posted: »

    Well, thanks for the bump then, I guess :T

  • Bonnie notices Rebecca only if Clem stay silent I think

    Crystalrain posted: »

    I never noticed it during my gameplay that Bonnie noticed Rebecca had turned. Maybe she was backing up to get a better shot at her?

  • The baby has more life to live. If Clem has to die for it then so be it. I want to start over anyway.

  • I want to protect the baby, but I want to protect Clem more. Not only because I love her, but because Lee died for her. He died to keep her safe, so she could live. I will do everything in my power to keep my Clementine alive.

  • Ahhh that may be why. I hurried up and shot her. What happens if you don't make a choice? I was so scared she'd eat the baby.

    Bonnie notices Rebecca only if Clem stay silent I think

  • If you don't make a choice, Bonnie turns her head to see Rebecca and yells for help instead of Clem. Kenny shoots her , then.

    It's the same as if Clem called for help.

    Crystalrain posted: »

    Ahhh that may be why. I hurried up and shot her. What happens if you don't make a choice? I was so scared she'd eat the baby.

  • I thought they'd have Arvo's meds too at first but if you look, none of the Russians have any packs or anything on them when they meet Clem's group. :/

    Pride posted: »

    Well, it would be a waste to not use Arvo's medicines now that they're all most likely wounded and the Russians are dead...

  • o m gee if they fucking kill her I swear..

  • Yeah! I'd also like to point out that the artists chose to include a slight gradient when designing the stain on Clem's jacket. As if the blood pooled at the top of the stain, and then came down slowly due to gravity over a period of time (she must've been standing while she was bleeding, since the blood is moving straight down). If the baby was shot while she was holding it, I don't think Clem's first reaction would be to let it bleed on her shoulder for a while before trying to treat it or looking at the baby's wound. (Though she could've held it there while it died maybe. T.T) Also if she was standing, this suggests the gunshot wound Clem received wasn't that bad.

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    Might be looking too far into it lol. I think Clem will be shot but not too badly, maybe like with the Bonnie-shield, and she'll be able to make it to Wellington or some other people to get help, and she will survive.

    Pride posted: »

    Good point! I think it's like you said, there's more blood spatter on Carver and Nick because they were pretty much shot direct

  • Or.. They didn't want to spoil anything so they took it out. Remember the trailer of episode 3? "Go on.You don't need to see this." Kenny's eye wasn't hurt!

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    prink34320 posted: »

    Judging by the picture... it seems that the baby may determinantly appear with Clementine.

  • Hawk-eyed, as always :)

    sialark posted: »

    Ok how about we look at some gunshot wounds characters have received through their clothes and how they've been designed. I chose

  • Since Arvo was trying to hide the pack from his group when we first met him, maybe did it again and blamed Clementine this time when they asked about it, so he could get away with it

    sialark posted: »

    I thought they'd have Arvo's meds too at first but if you look, none of the Russians have any packs or anything on them when they meet Clem's group.

  • edited August 2014

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    Clementine shot in the shoulder, luke riddled by bullets, mike gets a shotgun blast to the face, arvo is not getting shot, kenny will get shot and he might not survive, depending on the severity of the case. vitali won't survive. buricko has good cover, he might get slightly wounded. and maud will get badly wounded, also she might die of her wounds. and bonnie i don't know.

  • Aw thank you! ;)

    fallandir posted: »

    Hawk-eyed, as always

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    sialark posted: »

    Aw thank you!

  • NICK JR OMG

  • She looks cold to me. Wouldn't she be favoring the wound by covering it?

  • If Clemenite dies I quit this game, it's gonna become shit-tier without her.

  • If it came down to it, I'd save clem. The baby has little chance anyways if it was just clem taking care of it. Plus, who doesn't love clem?
    But at the same time, how can I leave the baby. And did rebecca go through what she did giving birth just so I could choose to have its life cut short. So I don't know.... :(

  • Maybe its Maybelline...

    You. Just. Killed me.

    eRock92 posted: »

    Maybe the baby died and coughed up blood in its final moments. Maybe the pizza and ice cream choice is to leave the baby or kill it before it turns. Maybe its Maybelline...

  • edited August 2014

    Alvin was one of the few cabin survivors in episode 1 I didn't immediately dislike. I wouldn't be saving the baby for Rebecca, but for him.

  • How could she lose arm movement if she was holding the baby in the key art.

    Pride posted: »

    Well, it does seem she's supporting her left arm on her right arm. It looks like it's resting there, somewhat like this? Ma

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