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Traumatized Clementine.....

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  • she cared about Omid! she cried when he died and he didn't give her much attention like she needed anyways since he had a lady to take care of. She isn't gonna cry everyday for him after 16 months! she didn't even do that to Lee. Clementine is taking care of herself and to me it looks like she gives a shit about everything when it comes to herself and i like that. She is now on her own anyways

    Harpadarpa posted: »

    Because I used to like Clem. I used to love Clem. So I bought the season pass for season 2. The reason I don't like her anymore is b

  • what exactly do you mean by that?

    Harpadarpa posted: »

    I wouldn't want to see that. But what I want to see even less is a girl who could give a shit.

  • And that's why I don't like Clem anymore. It better get fixed, though considering the preview for episode 2, and my money already being there for the whole season, nothing will change :(

    SupBraw posted: »

    Yeah, her voice sounds strange, like not giving a crap, or like she was tired or sth.

  • I've seen zombieland. Your right. and by the way those girls in zombieland were bitches...at first :P

    X3Holy3 posted: »

    Clem has no choice. If you've seen zombieland its kinda the same thing, where you have to grow up at an early age if your going to survive.

  • Clem has no choice. If you've seen zombieland its kinda the same thing, where you have to grow up at an early age if your going to survive.

  • her voice acting is FANTASTIC. dude just stop now. if you can't voice act just don't talk about how other people "can't"

    Harpadarpa posted: »

    I mean the voice acting is not so great here, and I dislike her just like how I disliked Duck.

  • AFTER Omid's death. During that scene, she was good.

    nasmadoodle posted: »

    she cared about Omid! she cried when he died and he didn't give her much attention like she needed anyways since he had a lady to ta

  • what the heck? no! she cried during and after....

    Harpadarpa posted: »

    AFTER Omid's death. During that scene, she was good.

  • I mean the voice acting is not so great here, and I dislike her just like how I disliked Duck.

    nasmadoodle posted: »

    what exactly do you mean by that?

  • lol

    JakeSt123 posted: »

    Ah, that makes sense.

  • It's not fantastic. It's flat. Also, never fucking use that argument again. I couldn't rap like Little Wayne, he's still a little shithead. Granted, Clem is FAR better than Little Wayne, but he proves my point. I couldn't code like the people who made... Fuck, I dunno, the seedy side of Newgrounds.com, but they still fucking suck.

    nasmadoodle posted: »

    her voice acting is FANTASTIC. dude just stop now. if you can't voice act just don't talk about how other people "can't"

  • I mean the whole scene. After the time skip, that tone she developed? Reminds me of Duck's inability to speak like a human being.

    nasmadoodle posted: »

    what the heck? no! she cried during and after....

  • Eeeww. Comparing her to Duck is a little too much. Duck sounded....eew and he was an annoying little brat

    Harpadarpa posted: »

    I mean the whole scene. After the time skip, that tone she developed? Reminds me of Duck's inability to speak like a human being.

  • What's the context of this panel? I don't remember.

    Look at this face and then tell me he's not already a sociopath. A 9 year old boy grinning like that is definitely not normal.

  • To discuss about Clementine's traumatic experiences

    What's the context of this panel? I don't remember.

  • To say that she is "adapting" suggests that the apocalypse will never end and they will live like this for the rest of their lives, which unfortunately may or may not be true.
    God, this franchise is depressing. :-(

    Retneug posted: »

    I think there's a difference between being traumatized and adapting to your surroundings. In my opinion, it's attitude, confidence,

  • She sounded like Duck, though. Only a girl, and with moments of good, where Duck had no moments of good. Aside from Batman and Robin.

    nasmadoodle posted: »

    Eeeww. Comparing her to Duck is a little too much. Duck sounded....eew and he was an annoying little brat

  • Hahahahaha.....she sounds nothing like that annoying brat!

    Harpadarpa posted: »

    She sounded like Duck, though. Only a girl, and with moments of good, where Duck had no moments of good. Aside from Batman and Robin.

  • Well Clem looks cool, but am I the only one to notice Clem's neck is longer than Chris Bosh's lol jk

  • Rick inviting him to join the war against Negan.

    What's the context of this panel? I don't remember.

  • Don't worry about the haters. If they don't like this season (which I don't know why they wouldn't) but if they don't let them mope ad cry all they want.

    nasmadoodle posted: »

    Hahahahaha.....she sounds nothing like that annoying brat!

  • Lol you might be the only one!

    PoopBrown posted: »

    Well Clem looks cool, but am I the only one to notice Clem's neck is longer than Chris Bosh's lol jk

  • If you don't think she's traumatized then you're not very smart. Everything she's been through, and all the people that she has gotten killed, unintentional or not is gonna take a toll on the kid

    But Clem is a tough girl, She will continue to live on, for better or worse,

  • Agreed. I think the voice director went a little too far with the "desensitized survivor" thing. Melissa should be allowed to bring back some of the Clem we loved from S1 into the next episode.

    Harpadarpa posted: »

    I mean the whole scene. After the time skip, that tone she developed? Reminds me of Duck's inability to speak like a human being.

  • edited December 2013

    I can't stand Carl. The kid ceased to be a remotely sympathetic or identifiable human being a long time ago. He's not a survivor I can root for any more, he's just another monster in waiting.

    Look at this face and then tell me he's not already a sociopath. A 9 year old boy grinning like that is definitely not normal.

  • Thank you.

    Agreed. I think the voice director went a little too far with the "desensitized survivor" thing. Melissa should be allowed to bring back some of the Clem we loved from S1 into the next episode.

  • That's what a zombie apocalypse does, though. No one in the TWD comic is really sympathic anymore, but it's funny to see the character development in the future.

    I can't stand Carl. The kid ceased to be a remotely sympathetic or identifiable human being a long time ago. He's not a survivor I can root for any more, he's just another monster in waiting.

  • exactly and i think its good she got out of her shell

    Clem is not that same innocent little 8 year old girl we all love(d) and felt like keeping her safe and by our side at all times. Sh

  • Clem is not that same innocent little 8 year old girl we all love(d) and felt like keeping her safe and by our side at all times. She has been through so much shit and has grown into someone who is capable of surviving the zombie apocalypse. While I do like the old Clem more than the new Clem, it only makes that with everything she has seen, she has turned more bitter, a lot more mature, and can be sassy at times. Remember what Chuck said, if you treat her like a little girl, then she'll die a little girl.

  • I'm the only one who likes new Clem better then old Clem? Alrighty then.

  • Even though Clem saw Lee killing the walkers, she seemed to understand this is what needs to be done to survive. Clem is a sensitive girl caught in a never ending nightmare.
    Lee taught her well by teaching her to shoot, and that sometimes people can be just as bad. In the end when Lee had been bitten and he wanted Clem to shoot him, it was hard for her and she was in tears. After she put Lee out of his misery she went to the fields and sat for a bit to mull over what had happened and she was a bit traumatized, she couldn't be that way if she is to survive, then she saw two people over yonder descending from a hill.... I was hoping for a long time that it is Christa and Omid, but now I am not sure. Have to play season 2 episode 1 to see.

  • no i do too!

    I'm the only one who likes new Clem better then old Clem? Alrighty then.

  • That's what a zombie apocalypse does, though.

    All the more reason why stretching the zombie apocalypse out from a feature film into an ongoing series just isn't a good idea. Where's the entertainment value in watching people getting meaner and more miserable with every new episode?

    That's what a zombie apocalypse does, though. No one in the TWD comic is really sympathic anymore, but it's funny to see the character development in the future.

  • As a cynical person I really love reading something like this. And it's not like there's no plot progression...

    That's what a zombie apocalypse does, though. All the more reason why stretching the zombie apocalypse out from a feature fi

  • Ah, okay then. I'm not-so-cynical, so I guess that's where our views will always differ on the topic.

    As a cynical person I really love reading something like this. And it's not like there's no plot progression...

  • She is clearly dejected/depressed if you just take a moment to observe her expression and body language. You don't even have to hear her voice to realize it. I would imagine that Lee's death alone caused a great change in her personality. Omid's death and Christa's probable bitterness toward her following his death would have sent her even further into depression. Her potential manipulation and stoicism is simply a bi-product of the situation she is in. She isn't exactly becoming a sociopath, but there does seem to be some disassociation.

    I think that Telltale is doing a good job with her, but it would be nice to see her form bonds that would help lessen her depression. Of course, this would only make it worse when these people are inevitably killed off.

  • Why?

    nasmadoodle posted: »

    no i do too!

  • I still love and miss her from season 1 but I like how much stronger she is now

    Harpadarpa posted: »

    Why?

  • I miss when she gave a fuck.

    nasmadoodle posted: »

    I still love and miss her from season 1 but I like how much stronger she is now

  • edited December 2013

    On a bit of a tangent here but did you enjoy the first season of the game?
    I assume you found Clementine in Season 1 quite endearing, how was the ending of the game for you and how would you have written a 'grown up', 'seasoned' Clementine?

    Harpadarpa posted: »

    I wouldn't want to see that. But what I want to see even less is a girl who could give a shit.

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