History Characters / Fables

23rd May '17 9:34:02 AM Chubzhac
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* WhatHappenedToMouse: His ghost was last seen joining the Empire and was undergoing treatments to restore his body. It's unknown what happened to him after the fall of the Empire.
18th Apr '17 7:30:29 AM Lancelot07
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* HesBack: Disappeared for four years after he couldn't see his and Snow's children when she moved to the Farm, but is eventually found by Mowgli and returns at the news of a new threat, along with learning of a loophole allowing him and Snow to finally live together.


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* PutOnABus: After Snow White gives birth to their pups, but decides to stay on the Farm where Bigby isn't allowed to be, Bigby takes this as Snow choosing Fabletown "over him" and not letting him see their cubs, to which he subsequently disappears for four years. Eventually, Mowgli is tasked to find him when Fabletown needs him back and it takes Mowgli a ''year'' to do so, eventually tracking Bigby to a remote cabin in Alaska.
11th Apr '17 8:40:31 PM DrPsyche
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** During Snow White's revenge against the Seven Dwarves he proves himself to be quite a competent statesman and investigator. He successfully averts a war between dwarves and humans because of the murders by framing and executing a convicted mass murderer for the crimes and giving his head to the Dwarf king. Though he never directly says it, he did figure out that Snow was behind the whole affair but chooses not to pursue the matter further because (at the time) he loved her.

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** During Snow White's revenge against the Seven Dwarves he proves himself to be quite a competent statesman and investigator. He investigator and before the story began he had successfully averts averted a war between dwarves and humans humans. He also found out about Snow's actions, but ultimately kept silent because of the murders by framing and executing a convicted mass murderer his love for the crimes and giving his head to the Dwarf king. Though he never directly says it, he did figure out that Snow was behind the whole affair but chooses not to pursue the matter further because (at the time) he loved her.


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* GuileHero: While Charming's most capable weapon is his sword there are times when he's shown a genuinely cunning streak. When Snow exacts her revenge on the Seven Dwarves, the Dwarf King threatened war should Charming not find the culprit. Eventually Charming learns of Snow's actions (having trained her with a sword and witnessed the gradual killings of the dwarves getting more professional in accordance to her skill level) but ultimately pulls a gambit wherein he frames and executes one of the kingdom's most notorious murderers and sends his head to the Dwarf King claiming he was the Dwarf killer. He successfully averted a war but chose not to pursue the matter further with Snow in an effort to let her have her secrets.
11th Apr '17 8:35:25 PM DrPsyche
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* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: In addition to being a MasterSwordsman, he turns out to be quite the strategic genius, as well.

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* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass:
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** During Snow White's revenge against the Seven Dwarves he proves himself to be quite a competent statesman and investigator. He successfully averts a war between dwarves and humans because of the murders by framing and executing a convicted mass murderer for the crimes and giving his head to the Dwarf king. Though he never directly says it, he did figure out that Snow was behind the whole affair but chooses not to pursue the matter further because (at the time) he loved her.
11th Apr '17 7:42:36 PM DrPsyche
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* GoodAdultryBadAdultry: Charming's various affairs are normally portrayed as a flaw to his character as he's selfish and unwilling to commit. Though Snow White views the loss of their marriage as a mutual thing as her actions ended up alienating him just as much as his affairs did to her.

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* GoodAdultryBadAdultry: GoodAdulteryBadAdultery: Charming's various affairs are normally portrayed as a flaw to his character as he's selfish and unwilling to commit. Though Snow White views the loss of their marriage as a mutual thing as her actions ended up alienating him just as much as his affairs did to her.
11th Apr '17 7:34:06 PM DrPsyche
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* GoodAdultryBadAdultry: Charming's various affairs are normally portrayed as a flaw to his character as he's selfish and unwilling to commit. Though Snow White views the loss of their marriage as a mutual thing as her actions ended up alienating him just as much as his affairs did to her.
29th Nov '16 1:49:52 PM Lancelot07
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* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:Sacrifices himself so that Therese will not starve to death (and leading to her subsequent quest for redemption).]]

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* HeroicSacrifice: HeroicSuicide: [[spoiler:Sacrifices himself so that Therese will not starve to death (and leading to her subsequent quest for redemption).]]
15th Nov '16 5:17:20 AM Lancelot07
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* InterspeciesRomance: Since the guy is a humongous wolf and his human form is merely a disguise, his relationship with Snow counts as this. He mentions that it took him "a few centuries to get into human girls."

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* InterspeciesRomance: Since the guy is a humongous giant wolf and his human form is merely a disguise, his relationship with Snow counts as this. He mentions that it took him "a few centuries to get into human girls."
2nd Nov '16 8:01:19 AM silverbolt1
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* CainAndAbel: After issues #148 and #149 bring the truth about their bloodline to light, [[spoiler:Rose is now fully prepared to have Snow killed in order to inherit the family magical power]].

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* CainAndAbel: After issues #148 and #149 bring the truth about their bloodline to light, [[spoiler:Rose is now fully prepared to have Snow killed in order to inherit the family magical power]]. In the finale, however, [[spoiler: when she realizes that the tontine curse upon her and Snow is broken or, at least, weakened (when a "soldier", posibly Boy Blue, reminds her that Snow had male children while Rose is still alive, what would be impossible if the curse were in full effect), she ends the rivalry peacefully, preventing a massive war from happening.]]
17th Aug '16 11:45:04 PM rwe1138
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* CameBackWrong: [[spoiler:As of the ''Camelot'' arc, seeming to have lost most of his memories of his former life, but retaining his more destructive powers, and essentially brainwashed for easy control (firstly by Leigh Duglas and more recently by Rose Red). Coments made by both Leigh and Rose indicate that he's fighting their control and it's taking quite a bit of mental effort for them to subvert his will.]]

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* CameBackWrong: [[spoiler:As of the ''Camelot'' arc, seeming to have lost most of his memories of his former life, but retaining his more destructive powers, and essentially brainwashed for easy control (firstly by Leigh Duglas and more recently by Rose Red). Coments Comments made by both Leigh and Rose indicate that he's fighting their control and it's taking quite a bit of mental effort for them to subvert his will.]]
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