On the train, when Lee & Clementine are sitting down on the edge of the train, talking about the plan when they arrive in Savannah, what did Clementine mean when she asked Lee, "Can I tell my parents about...You know..."
And you get three choices.
1) ... 2) Sure, ok. 3) Come on Clem, that's not a good idea...
I chose option #3, and Clementine got all sad, and told Lee he can't tell her what to do.
Why would she want to tell them about his past though? It makes even less sense if you tell her it's not a good idea, and she stubbornly responds "You can't tell me what to do." and gets all sad about it.
but since were on the subject.. wasnt it confirmed or at least said that clementines parents were dead in one of the previous chapters? thus why would she wanna tell her parents when she knows (or at least thinks.. I dunno I just startedchapter 4) theyre dead?
i mean yet one of the characters even posed that very same question when Lee said he was going to go look for her parents.
My first time and day in Jeuno and the first 6 hours of it is spent staring at a chocobo's butt.
And I still think the gun training makes more sense than Lee's past. Why would she even care about telling her parents about it? After it's discussed in episode 1 she never brings up again, so why would it matter there?
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