Is it true that while looking for supplies, you can talk to Alvin?

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  • I also didn't know you can use the juice box to drink during the stitching scene.Could've been helpful in calming her pain down.

  • Not really, I let Clem drink the juice a few times and it didn't seem to do anything

    RavenReaper posted: »

    I also didn't know you can use the juice box to drink during the stitching scene.Could've been helpful in calming her pain down.

  • Yes, you can. I noticed this in my second playthrough, but then I went back to my first choice and found the bandages on my own. Because I want Clem to be resourceful and be able to take care of herself, put the survival skills Lee taught her in good use. I don't want her to be depended on others all the time, she's not that helpless little girl anymore. Sneaking in and out of that house by herself (and I believe her memories of Crawford would serve her well at that point), taking care of her wound and survive that walker attack depicts her as a better survivor I think. Well, maybe manipulating an adult to help her by using her child innocence might be a good trick too, but I prefer a more subtle appproach and not risk of been seeing in the first place.

  • Seriously, I don't think Alvin does anything his wife doesn't tell him to do.

    Huckleberry posted: »

    I didn't look in any of the windows or doors for fear of being discovered, but when I watched my girlfriend play, the first thing sh

  • Wow I completely missed this. After seeing Alvin snapped up by his wife in seconds I figured he wouldn't be worth much in terms of support. I snuck in in all three playthroughs.

  • haha yes you can and you get the juice box wich created a bit comic relief during the disturbing scene with clementine cause you can stich your arm and drink juice at the same time . I got this in my first playtrough of the game and i tought it was the nly way to get the bandages/rags things :P
    Altough i didn't see the watch in my first playtrough because i didn't need to go in that room . Hopefully not having a watch doesn't come back to bite me :)

  • I'm kinda wondering if having the watch comes back to bite you. I didn't take it either. Stealing is wrong. I took it in another playthrough though.

    Tomi021 posted: »

    haha yes you can and you get the juice box wich created a bit comic relief during the disturbing scene with clementine cause you ca

  • I thought this about Lori as well. 'Maybe when Rebecca has the baby, she'll hide it somewhere then run around screaming- WHERE IS MY BABY? WHY WEREN'T YOU LOOKING AFTER MY BABY?'...What is wrong with me xD

    Rock114 posted: »

    Dear god I hope not. Rebecca is going to be as bad of a mother as TV Lori was.

  • edited December 2013

    Yes! I found out you could talk to him on my second play through. Initially I was trying to be smart whilst gathering supplies, therefore avoiding the obvious (going to the front door).. However on my second play through i was more adventurous and decided to approach the front door. In doing so when you pass the first window at the top of the outside stairs, you are provided with the opportunity to knock on Alvin's window to ask for help. Subsequently when you leave to shed, Pete shows suspicion that someone helped Clementine.

  • you can either threaten to tell Rebecca about his help or guilt-trip him to get him to help. I also chose a option like "I'll help you in your situation [with Rebecca] ". My advice is choose the options that make you seem helpful and innocent, also helpless. Alvin's a top lad

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