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Clem set us up, it's time to deal with it.

posted by marcu5 on - last edited - Viewed by 904 users
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clem didn't intentionally get us murdered, but camper man knew the risk we'd it take to get inside the hotel. he was even caught off guard by that admission but it didn't matter when his plan was to kill lee.

i don't get all the clem sympathy when lee is the one we should feel sorry for. he tried to save a girl that would have died in a treehouse, but he was repaid by losing his life.
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  • Yeah, man.... FUCK Clementine. Money over backstabbin' hoes.


    Right guise?
  • plaqueconspiracy;733672 said:
    Yeah, man.... FUCK Clementine. Money over backstabbin' hoes.


    Right guise?
    :confused: maybe that's too far
  • plaqueconspiracy;733672 said:
    Yeah, man.... FUCK Clementine. Money over backstabbin' hoes.


    Right guise?
    :D!
  • yes she was at fault, because she is a naive little kid who hasn't had her hopes completely crushed yet... but you can hardly blame her as such for Lee's death. Lee made the choice time and again to risk his life for Clementine. He chose to become her guardian. He ultimately gave his life to save hers.

    If the game had featured a dramatic moment where you had to choose whether Clementine died, or Lee died... I'd save Clementine every.... EVERY time.
  • You gotta remember as well, before all this happened Lee was going to prison, most likely to spend the rest of his life there. Clementine was his redemption. He knew what he was getting into, and that didn't stop him.
  • I don't understand, lol. Someone explain this.
  • hungryhippo5;733890 said:
    you gotta remember as well, before all this happened lee was going to prison, most likely to spend the rest of his life there. Clementine was his redemption. He knew what he was getting into, and that didn't stop him.
    this^^
  • HungryHippo5;733890 said:
    You gotta remember as well, before all this happened Lee was going to prison, most likely to spend the rest of his life there. Clementine was his redemption. He knew what he was getting into, and that didn't stop him.
    a typical narrative for a black guy.
  • marcu5;734361 said:
    a typical narrative for a black guy.
    I'd call you a racist if I wasn't laughing so hard right now.;)
  • marcu5;734361 said:
    a typical narrative for a black guy.
    Yeah just your typical black, history professor at a highly respected university, from a functional home.

    Lee Everett the typical token.
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