History Characters / TheWolfAmongUs

30th Nov '16 9:10:03 PM ADOGSNIPER95
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[[caption-width-right:290:[[labelnote:Click here]]http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/bigby_werewolf_form_7285.png[[/labelnote]] to see Bigby's werewolf form.]]
[[caption-width-right:355:[[labelnote:Click here]]http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/bigby_full_wolf_form_975.png[[/labelnote]] to see Bigby's final form in Episode 5.]]

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[[caption-width-right:290:[[labelnote:Click here]]http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/bigby_werewolf_form_7285.png[[/labelnote]] to see Bigby's werewolf form.]]
''Big Bad Wolf'']]
[[caption-width-right:355:[[labelnote:Click here]]http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/bigby_full_wolf_form_975.png[[/labelnote]] to see Bigby's final form in Episode 5.]]
'''''Big Bad Wolf''''']]
22nd Nov '16 12:16:59 PM memetron
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* ArmorPiercingQuestion: Snow will give Bigby once at the beginning of Episode 2 if he was [[spoiler: treating Tweedle Dee or The Woodsman badly.]]
-->''''Bigby:''' I thought you were [[spoiler: dead,]] Snow!

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* ArmorPiercingQuestion: Snow will give Bigby once at the beginning of Episode 2 if he was [[spoiler: treating interrogating Tweedle Dee or The Woodsman badly.harshly.]]
-->''''Bigby:''' I thought you were [[spoiler: dead,]] Snow!Snow.
27th Sep '16 3:05:06 AM NanoMoose
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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: While it doesn't come up in the game itself, Woody is actually the reason Bigby became the Big Bad Wolf. Bigby was so ticked off after having his stomach cut open and being tossed into a river, he swore to exclusively eat sentient beings as revenge.

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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: While it doesn't come up in the game itself, Woody is actually the one reason Bigby became the Big Bad Wolf. Bigby was so ticked off after having his stomach cut open and being tossed into a river, he swore to exclusively eat sentient beings as revenge.



* TooDumbToLive: She and Georgie set up a strip club/brothel that guarantees discretion [[spoiler:based on the magic of her ribbon... which requires you to keep silent and takes your head off if the ribbon is removed. And the only way ''any'' of the girls can get out of the ribbon's curse is if Vivian herself dies. The comic has the ribbons as copies created and mandated by the Crooked Manm making what was supposed to be a gimmick into a lethal SlaveCollar.]]

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* TooDumbToLive: She and Georgie set up a strip club/brothel that guarantees discretion [[spoiler:based on the magic of her ribbon... which requires you to keep silent and takes your head off if the ribbon is removed. And the only way ''any'' of the girls can get out of the ribbon's curse is if Vivian herself dies. The comic has the ribbons as copies created and mandated by the Crooked Manm Man, making what was supposed to be a gimmick into a lethal SlaveCollar.]]
27th Sep '16 3:03:11 AM NanoMoose
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* TongueTied: "These lips are sealed."



-->''"Look, people get desperate...And when you're drowning, anything that isn't sinking along with you looks like a life raft."''

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-->''"Look, people get desperate... And when you're drowning, anything that isn't sinking along with you looks like a life raft."''



* CompositeCharacter: [[spoiler:There are quite a few different stories and urban legends about a woman who wore a ribbon around her neck, which she refused to talk about and kept her head from falling off, a grim discovery her lover made after asking too many questions about it. The name of the woman and her unfortunate lover as well as the color of the ribbon varies widely from story to story.]]
* DrivenToSuicide: [[spoiler:In Episode 5, she removes her ribbons, freeing all of the other girls from the curse, making it a HeroicSacrifice.]]

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* CompositeCharacter: [[spoiler:There are quite a few different stories and urban legends about women wearing ribbons that keep their heads attached, a woman who wore a ribbon around her neck, which she refused to talk about and kept her head from falling off, a grim discovery her lover made after asking fact gruesomely discovered by their lovers when they ask too many questions about it. The name of questions. Names vary, as does the woman type and her unfortunate lover as well as the color of the ribbon varies widely from story to story.ribbon.]]
* DrivenToSuicide: [[spoiler:In Episode 5, she removes her ribbons, ribbon, freeing all of the other girls from the curse, making it a HeroicSacrifice.]]



* OffWithHisHead: [[spoiler:She kills herself by removing her ribbon, causing her head to fall off like the stories of a woman who wore a ribbon around her neck which kept her head on.]]

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* OffWithHisHead: [[spoiler:She kills herself by removing IHaveYourWife: Another possible interpretation of her ribbon, causing relationship with Georgie and the Crooked Man. [[spoiler:By making copies of her head to fall off like the stories of a woman who wore a enchanted ribbon around her neck which kept her head on.and tying them to the original, the Crooked Man forces Georgie to either comply with his orders or sacrifice Vivian's life.]]



* TooDumbToLive: She and Georgie set up a strip club/brothel that guarantees discretion [[spoiler:based on the magic of her ribbon... which requires you to keep silent and takes your head off if the ribbon is removed. And the only way ''any'' of the girls can get out of the ribbon's curse is if Vivian herself dies.]]

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* NoOntologicalInertia: When her curse breaks, it frees all the other girls under the same curse.
* OffWithHisHead: [[spoiler:She kills herself by removing her ribbon, causing her head to simply fall off like the stories of a woman who wore a ribbon around her neck which kept her head on.]]
* TongueTied: "Discretion is our guarantee."
* TooDumbToLive: She and Georgie set up a strip club/brothel that guarantees discretion [[spoiler:based on the magic of her ribbon... which requires you to keep silent and takes your head off if the ribbon is removed. And the only way ''any'' of the girls can get out of the ribbon's curse is if Vivian herself dies. The comic has the ribbons as copies created and mandated by the Crooked Manm making what was supposed to be a gimmick into a lethal SlaveCollar.]]






* AlasPoorVillain: [[spoiler:Despite how horrible he is for the majority of the season, even becoming the secondary antagonist once he's revealed as the man who killed Faith/Nerissa and Lily, it's hard ''not'' to feel sad for him in his death scene. After he is forced to watch [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes Vivian]] [[DrivenToSuicide removing her ribbon]] in the ultimate HeroicSacrifice, Georgie just lies there against the wall, asking Bigby to kill him, and asking that Bigby promise to get the Crooked Man back for what he did.]]

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* AlasPoorVillain: [[spoiler:Despite how horrible he is for the majority of the season, even becoming the secondary antagonist once he's revealed as the man who killed Faith/Nerissa and Lily, it's hard ''not'' to feel sad for him in his death scene. After he is forced to watch [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes Vivian]] [[DrivenToSuicide removing her ribbon]] in the ultimate HeroicSacrifice, Georgie just lies there against the wall, asking Bigby to kill him, wall as he bleeds out, requests a quick death, and asking asks that Bigby promise to get the Crooked Man back for what he did.]]



* CompanyTown: Runs the Pudding & Pie like a "company store", keeping his girls in debt (and thus unable to leave to look for better work) by charging them exorbitant fees for things like room & board.

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* CompanyTown: Runs the Pudding & Pie like a "company store", keeping his girls in debt (and thus unable to leave to look for better work) by charging them exorbitant fees for things like room & and board.



* DepravedBisexual: His bar is decked out with an equal amount of erotic artwork of men and women, as well as male dancers working for him. His entry in the book of Fables says he's done just about every kind of thing there is to be had.
* DirtyCoward: Talks a big game, but in the end just the mere threat of smashing up his club is enough to get him to cooperate (not that you can't give him a dose of LaserGuidedKarma by trashing the place anyway, if you want). It's basically one interpretation of the children's rhyme, "When the boys came out to play / Georgie Porgie ran away."

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* DepravedBisexual: His bar is decked out with an equal amount of erotic artwork of men and women, as well as male dancers working for him. His entry in the book of Fables says he's done just about every kind of thing there is to be had.
had. He evens makes a pass or two at Bigby to unsettle him. (It doesn't work.)
* DirtyCoward: Talks a big game, but in the end just the mere threat of smashing up his club is enough to get him to cooperate (not that you can't give him a dose of LaserGuidedKarma by trashing the place anyway, if you want). It's basically one interpretation of the children's rhyme, "When the boys came out to play / Georgie Porgie ran away."



* ICannotSelfTerminate: [[spoiler:After Vivian's death and his MortalWoundReveal, Georgie tells Bigby that he has lost the will to live and is going to die anyway from his wound, but also tells him that he knows that merely bleeding out will very slow and excruciatingly painful for him since he is a Fable. He then begs Bigby to grant him a quick death, being too weakened by his injury to do it himself.]]
* {{Jerkass}}: Bigby figures this out within two seconds of hearing him talk.

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* ICannotSelfTerminate: [[spoiler:After Vivian's death and his MortalWoundReveal, Georgie tells Bigby that he has he's lost the will to live and is going to die anyway from his wound, live, but also tells him that he knows that merely bleeding out will very slow and excruciatingly painful for him since he is a Fable. He then begs Bigby to grant him a quick death, being too weakened by his injury to do it himself.]]
* {{Jerkass}}: Bigby figures this it out within two seconds of hearing him talk.



* MortalWoundReveal: [[spoiler:Georgie gets stabbed during the fight at the Crooked Man's hideout. Since he's a Fable, a knife wound shouldn't be a big deal to him, but it turns out to have disemboweled him. Georgie states that he's going to die and asks Bigby to [[MercyKill finish him off]].]]

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* MortalWoundReveal: [[spoiler:Georgie gets stabbed during the fight at the Crooked Man's hideout. Since he's a Fable, a knife wound shouldn't be a big deal to him, but it turns out to have disemboweled disembowelled him. Georgie states that he's going to die and asks Bigby to [[MercyKill finish him off]].]]



* PoorCommunicationKills: [[spoiler: According to the Crooked Man, Georgie misinterpreted his order of "Take care of it" in regards on what to do with the prostitutes who were attempting to run away. According to Georgie however, he perfectly understood what the the Crooked Man really meant.]]

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* PoorCommunicationKills: [[spoiler: According to the Crooked Man, Georgie misinterpreted his order of "Take to "take care of it" in regards on what to do with of" the prostitutes who were attempting trying to run away. flee. According to Georgie however, Georgie, he perfectly understood what the the Crooked Man really meant.perfectly.]]



* SmugSnake
* TattooedCrook: He has multiple clearly criminal related tattoos covering his body.
* WalkingSpoiler: In Episode 5, by virtue of being [[spoiler:revealed as the SerialKiller that caused the deaths of Lily and Faith[[TwistEnding /Nerissa]].]]

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* SmugSnake
SmugSnake: Mocks Bigby for being "corny", which he can come to regret very quickly.
* TattooedCrook: He has multiple clearly criminal related dozens of tattoos covering his body.
* WalkingSpoiler: In Episode 5, by virtue of being [[spoiler:revealed as the SerialKiller that caused the deaths murderer of Lily and Faith[[TwistEnding /Nerissa]].]]
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The hostess of Pudding & Pie and Georgie Porgie's right hand. Her origins are shrouded in mystery, and is first revealed late in the game.

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The hostess of Pudding & Pie and Georgie Porgie's right hand. Her origins are shrouded in mystery, and is first only revealed very late in the game.


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* UrbanLegends: Her story.
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* BodyHorror: Her true form [[spoiler: has arcane symbols tattooed across her chest, bleeding eyes, and shards of glass protruding from it]].
* BoyishShortHair: She has short hair, even when she was human.

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* BodyHorror: Her true form [[spoiler: has arcane symbols tattooed across her chest, bleeding eyes, and shards of glass protruding from it]].
her skin]].
* BoyishShortHair: She has had short hair, hair even when she was human.an ordinary woman.



* FanDisservice: Her glamour form is certainly [[EvilIsSexy visually appealing]], but her true form [[spoiler: is a disfigured zombie with shards of glass sticking out all over her body.]] Not helped by her partially torn tank top.

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* FanDisservice: Her glamour form is certainly [[EvilIsSexy visually appealing]], but her true form [[spoiler: is a disfigured zombie with shards of glass sticking out all over her body.]] Not helped by her partially torn tank top.



* FromNobodyToNightmare: ''The Wolf Among Us'' comic about Mary's backstory reveals that she was a kind and timid aristocrat lady from the 18th century who suffered AllOfTheOtherReindeer from her peers. They jokingly performed a ritual that would reveal her "true love" - and a man appeared to her in the mirror. He was handsome and charming, though only she could see him, and they eventually became married and conceived a child. [[spoiler:Just before she was to give birth, he revealed his true nature and cut Mary open to kill her baby, revealed to be a strange human/mirror hybrid. Mary threw the infant to the ground, shattering it, rammed the shards of glass under her skin so she and her child would always be together, then killed her husband with the shards.]] It's safe to assume that this is what turned her from a timid aristocrat to a sadistic murderer.

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* FromNobodyToNightmare: ''The Wolf Among Us'' comic about Mary's backstory reveals that she was a kind and timid aristocrat lady from the 18th century who suffered AllOfTheOtherReindeer from her peers. They jokingly performed a ritual that would reveal her "true love" - and a man appeared to her in the mirror. He was handsome and charming, and though only she could see him, and they eventually became married and conceived a child. [[spoiler:Just before she was to give birth, he revealed his true nature and cut Mary open to kill steal her baby, revealed to be a strange human/mirror hybrid. He fled and the 'real' Mary threw died -- but her reflection lived on. Mary's reflection hunted him down, ripped the infant away and threw it to the ground, shattering it, ground to shatter, rammed the shards of glass under her skin so she and her child would always be together, then killed mutilated her husband with the shards.]] It's safe to assume that this is what turned her from a timid aristocrat to a sadistic murderer.
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* AndIMustScream: In Episode 5, he is [[spoiler: transformed into a raven and locked in a birdcage indefinitely, should Bigby choose to imprison him rather than throw him down the Witching Well or rip his head off.]]

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* AndIMustScream: In Episode 5, he is he's [[spoiler: transformed into a raven and locked in a birdcage indefinitely, should Bigby choose to imprison him rather than throw him down the Witching Well or rip his head off.]]



* BreakTheHaughty: [[spoiler: When Nerissa comes to speak up at his trial, it's obvious that he becomes threatened by this and starts to panic.]]

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* BreakTheHaughty: [[spoiler: When Nerissa comes to speak up at his trial, it's obvious that he becomes threatened by this and starts starting to panic.]]



* TheDon: Debt collection, blackmail, prostitution, and illegal glamours, the Crooked Man has a hand in it all.

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* TheDon: Debt collection, blackmail, prostitution, and illegal glamours, glamours; the Crooked Man has a hand in it all.



* EvilDebtCollector[=/=]LoanShark: Among many other illegal practices he loans out money and threatens those who can't pay back, for example [[spoiler:Beauty and Crane]].

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* EvilDebtCollector[=/=]LoanShark: Among many other illegal practices practices, he loans out money and threatens those who can't pay back, for example [[spoiler:Beauty and Crane]].



* FacialHorror: His left eye looks horrendous.
* FateWorseThanDeath: If he is spared by Bigby instead of [[spoiler: thrown down the Witching Well or decapitated, he'll be turned into a raven and locked into a birdcage by Aunty Greenleaf. Since he's never mentioned in the Fables comic, he is likely still a raven, having never reverted to his original form.]]

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* FacialHorror: His drooping left eye looks horrendous.
eye.
* FateWorseThanDeath: If he is spared by Bigby instead of [[spoiler: thrown down the Witching Well or decapitated, he'll be turned into a raven and locked into a birdcage by Aunty Greenleaf. Since he's never mentioned in the Fables comic, he is likely still a raven, having never reverted to his original form.imprisoned.]]



* TakingYouWithMe: Once it becomes clear to him that [[spoiler:he is losing his trial, he grabs Bigby in an unguarded moment and attempts to throw him down the Witching Well.]]

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* TakingYouWithMe: Once it becomes clear to him that [[spoiler:he is [[spoiler:he's losing his trial, he grabs Bigby in an unguarded moment and attempts to throw him down the Witching Well.]]



* VillainousBreakdown: He remains calm and composed [[spoiler:until he sees that he can't talk his way out of his charges and then he tries to throw Bigby into the Witching Well.]]
* VillainWithGoodPublicity: At least some of the Fables working under him, especially [[spoiler:Tiny Tim]] view him as a good man necessary to the Fables' survival. [[spoiler:If given a trial, he'll try to capitalize on this good publicity with varying degrees of success.]]

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* VillainousBreakdown: He remains calm and composed [[spoiler:until he sees that he can't talk his way out of his charges and then charges. Then he tries to throw Bigby into down the Witching Well.]]
* VillainWithGoodPublicity: At least some of the Fables working under him, especially [[spoiler:Tiny Tim]] Tim]], view him as a good man necessary to the Fables' survival. [[spoiler:If given a trial, he'll try to capitalize on this good publicity with varying degrees of success.]]



[[caption-width-right:231:[[labelnote:Click here]]http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/mary_2_6099.png[[/labelnote]] to see [[spoiler:her final form]].]]

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[[caption-width-right:231:[[labelnote:Click here]]http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/mary_2_6099.png[[/labelnote]] to see [[spoiler:her final true form]].]]



* BoyishShortHair: She has short hair and is TheLadette.
* BrokenPedestal: In rather twisted form, the last episode reveals that she thought highly of Bigby when he was previously the murderous Big Bad Wolf, but lost her admiration towards him after he became TheAtoner.

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* BoyishShortHair: She has short hair and is TheLadette.
hair, even when she was human.
* BrokenPedestal: In rather twisted form, the The last episode reveals that she thought highly of admired Bigby when he was previously the murderous Big Bad Wolf, but lost her admiration towards him after he became TheAtoner.



* EvilRedhead: She has a small red streak in her hair.

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* EvilRedhead: She has a small red streak in her hair.



* FromNobodyToNightmare: ''The Wolf Among Us'' comic about Mary's backstory reveals that she was a kind and timid aristocrat lady from the 18th century who suffered the status of AllOfTheOtherReindeer by her peers. She eventually fell for a charming man frequently appearing in the mirror to her. Eventually the charming man and Mary get married and the man eventually impregnates Mary. [[spoiler:By the end of her pregnancy, the man turns out to be less charming than he initially was and he cuts the child out of Mary and leaves her to bleed out. The child appears to be some sort of a hybrid of human and mirror and after Mary finds the man and her baby, she shatters the child by throwing him to the ground. She then proceeds to embed the shards of her child into her own flesh as a mother should never abandon her baby. Then she kills her husband using the shards of their baby.]] It's safe to assume that this is what turned her from a timid aristocrat to a sadistic murderer.
* DeathByIrony[=/=]KarmicDeath: In Episode 3, during Bigby's first encounter with her, she talks about [[spoiler:feeding people's lungs to dogs. She is killed in Episode 5 by being torn apart by Bigby, in the form of a giant wolf, using his gale-force "huffing and puffing" power.]]

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* FromNobodyToNightmare: ''The Wolf Among Us'' comic about Mary's backstory reveals that she was a kind and timid aristocrat lady from the 18th century who suffered the status of AllOfTheOtherReindeer by from her peers. She They jokingly performed a ritual that would reveal her "true love" - and a man appeared to her in the mirror. He was handsome and charming, though only she could see him, and they eventually fell for a charming man frequently appearing in the mirror to her. Eventually the charming man and Mary get became married and the man eventually impregnates Mary. [[spoiler:By the end of her pregnancy, the man turns out to be less charming than he initially conceived a child. [[spoiler:Just before she was to give birth, he revealed his true nature and he cuts the child out of cut Mary and leaves her open to bleed out. The child appears to be some sort of a hybrid of human and mirror and after Mary finds the man and kill her baby, she shatters revealed to be a strange human/mirror hybrid. Mary threw the child by throwing him infant to the ground. She then proceeds to embed ground, shattering it, rammed the shards of glass under her skin so she and her child into her own flesh as a mother should never abandon her baby. Then she kills would always be together, then killed her husband using with the shards of their baby.shards.]] It's safe to assume that this is what turned her from a timid aristocrat to a sadistic murderer.
* DeathByIrony[=/=]KarmicDeath: In Episode 3, during Bigby's first encounter with her, she talks about [[spoiler:feeding people's lungs to dogs. She is killed in Episode 5 by being torn apart by Bigby, in the form of a giant wolf, using his gale-force "huffing "huff and puffing" puff" power.]]



* ICanSeeYou: Bloody Mary has an innate sense about being scryed by the Magic Mirror. It makes sense because her ability is to travel through mirrors when summoned. When she "touches" the Mirror, it mutters that it ''hates'' it when she's travelled through ''it''.
* UsefulNotes/JackTheRipper: [[spoiler:In the flashbacks from the comic adaptation that tell Mary's backstory, it is all but stated that she used her MirrorMonster powers to perform the infamous Whitechapel murders, and killed the women that were carrying the Knave of Hearts' children for her revenge on him.]]

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* ICanSeeYou: Due to her tale's association with mirrors, Bloody Mary has an innate sense about being scryed by knows when someone looks at her using the Magic Mirror. It makes sense because her ability is to travel through mirrors when summoned. When she "touches" the Mirror, it mutters that it ''hates'' it when she's travelled she travels through ''it''.
* UsefulNotes/JackTheRipper: [[spoiler:In the flashbacks from the comic adaptation that tell Mary's backstory, it is all but stated that she used her MirrorMonster powers to perform the infamous Whitechapel murders, and killed killing the women that were carrying the Knave of Hearts' children for her as revenge on against him.]]



* UrbanLegends: Bloody's an obscure [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bloody_Mary_%28folklore%29 folklore]] who is similar to Film/{{Candyman}} (saying her name five times in front of a mirror will summon her), and as such, most Fables have never heard of her.

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* UrbanLegends: Bloody's "Bloody Mary" is an obscure piece of [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bloody_Mary_%28folklore%29 folklore]] who is similar to Film/{{Candyman}} (saying her name five times in front of a mirror will summon her), and as such, most Fables have never heard of her.



* VillainBall: [[spoiler: When she fights Bigby for the final time, she doesn't use any silver bullets to kill him easily. Instead she wants to fight him hand to hand to get more of a challenge out of it.]]
* WhyDontYouJustShootHim: Despite having access to weaponry that can kill Bigby, ''and'' having used them before, in her showdown with him in Episode 5, she decides to take him on [[spoiler:in her OneWingedAngel form. It works for a while, but then Bigby changes into ''his'' true form.]]

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* VillainBall: [[spoiler: When she fights Bigby for the final time, she doesn't use any silver bullets to kill him easily.bullets. Instead she wants to fight him hand to hand to get more of a challenge out of it.]]
* WhyDontYouJustShootHim: Despite having access to weaponry that can kill Bigby, Bigby ''and'' having used them it before, in her showdown with him in Episode 5, she decides to take him on [[spoiler:in her OneWingedAngel form. It works for a while, but then Bigby changes into ''his'' true form.]]
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* GlowingEyesOfDoom: When he [[spoiler:fully assumes to his true form, his eyes glow solid yellow]]. Played with in the menu animation, as when he is in shadow, he has 'wolf eyes'.

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* GlowingEyesOfDoom: When he [[spoiler:fully assumes to his true form, his eyes glow solid yellow]]. Played with in the menu animation, as when he is in shadow, he has 'wolf eyes'.glowing wolf eyes.



* AccidentalHero: He was actually planning on robbing Little Red Riding Hood and her grandma when he stumbled onto Bigby attacking Red. He ended up saving the day, but was annoyed that, not only did he not get a reward, but that everyone thought he was something he wasn't.
* TheAlcoholic: In danger of becoming this, if not one already.

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* AccidentalHero: He was actually planning on robbing Little Red Riding Hood and her grandma when he stumbled onto Bigby attacking Red. He ended up saving the day, but was annoyed that, not only did he not get a reward, but that everyone thought he was something he wasn't.
* TheAlcoholic: In danger of becoming this, if If he's not one already.there already, he's well on his way.



* HairTriggerTemper: At the beginning of the game, even '''seeing''' Bigby is enough to set him off, although he was pretty riled up by that point anyway.

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* HairTriggerTemper: At the beginning of the game, even '''seeing''' ''seeing'' Bigby is enough to set him off, although he was pretty riled up (and pretty drunk) by that point anyway.



* SirSwearsALot: Particularly in the game's beginning, he mellows out later on.

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* SirSwearsALot: Particularly in the game's beginning, he beginning. He mellows out later on.



* TalkingAnimal: Talking pig to be exact.

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* TalkingAnimal: Talking pig pig, to be exact.



-->'''Colin''': ({{beat}}) Probably.

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-->'''Colin''': ({{beat}}) ''({{beat}})'' Probably.



-->'''Bigby (determinant):''I thought you were [[spoiler: dead,]] Snow.''
-->'''Snow:'' And that makes it okay?''

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-->'''Bigby (determinant):''I -->''''Bigby:''' I thought you were [[spoiler: dead,]] Snow.''
-->'''Snow:''
Snow!
-->'''Snow:'''
And that makes it okay?''okay?



* BreakTheCutie: She's not truly broken, but in talking with her, she reveals that she's having serious doubts about the way Fabletown's bureaucracy works and is growing disillusioned with not being able to help Fables that really need it, while the rich and powerful can get anything done.

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* BreakTheCutie: She's not truly broken, but in talking with her, she reveals that she's having serious doubts about the way Fabletown's bureaucracy works and is growing disillusioned with not being able to help Fables that really need it, while the rich and powerful can get anything done.



* TheHeart: Is this to Bigby. She's trying to do the best she can for the other Fables and is legitimately concerned that she can't.
* KnightTemplar: A subtle, sympathetic version. Normally, Snow tries her best to judge all criminals fairly, but she can let her desire for justice get the better of her [[BewareTheNiceOnes and cause her more merciless side to show.]] [[spoiler:This is shown when she and Bigby investigate Aunty Greenleaf's apartment and discover that she's been using her tree, her family heirloom and only power source, to produce illegal Glamours. Snow harshly reacts to this by ordering Bigby to burn down the tree. If the player chooses to either not destroy the tree or [[HeelFaceTurn hire Greenleaf into the council,]] Snow will angrily object to it, but eventually back down.]]

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* TheHeart: Is this to Bigby. She's trying to do the best she can for the other Fables and is legitimately concerned that she can't.
can't, and her compassion might influence Bigby.
* KnightTemplar: A subtle, sympathetic version. Normally, Snow tries her best to judge all criminals fairly, but she can let her desire for justice get the better of her [[BewareTheNiceOnes and cause her more merciless side to show.]] show]]. [[spoiler:This is shown when she and Bigby investigate Aunty Greenleaf's apartment and discover that she's been using her tree, her family heirloom and only power source, to produce illegal Glamours. Snow harshly reacts to this by ordering Bigby to burn down the tree. If the player chooses to either not destroy the tree or [[HeelFaceTurn hire Greenleaf into the council,]] Snow will angrily object to it, but eventually back down.]]



* ObstructiveBureaucrat: Is implied to be largely responsible for all the red tape the 'average' Fables have to deal with. Not only does he do nothing to make lives easier for the poorer Fables under his care, [[spoiler:he's been stealing funds from Fabletown for himself]].

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* ObstructiveBureaucrat: Is implied Implied to be largely responsible for all the red tape the 'average' Fables have to deal with. Not only does he do nothing to make lives easier for the poorer Fables under his care, [[spoiler:he's been stealing funds from Fabletown for himself]].



* DisneyDeath: [[spoiler: Crane smashed him to pieces in the end of "Smoke and Mirrors".]] [[spoiler: Subverted by the next episode, they are working on rebuilding him, which is apparently possible, except that Crane has stolen one of the shards. Even so, Bufkin says that he can regenerate without the shard, given time. He's finally fixed in Episode 4]].

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* DisneyDeath: [[spoiler: Crane smashed smashes him to pieces in the end of "Smoke and Mirrors".]] [[spoiler: Subverted by [[spoiler:By the next episode, they are they're working on rebuilding him, which is apparently possible, except that would be easier had Crane has not stolen one of the shards. Even so, shards -- but Bufkin says that he can regenerate could repair himself even without the shard, that, given time. He's finally fixed in Episode 4]].



* SitcomArchNemesis: Considers [[spoiler: Bloody Mary]] this because of how their powers work.

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* SitcomArchNemesis: Considers He's scared of [[spoiler: Bloody Mary]] this because of how their powers work.



* ThroughHisStomach: According to the elaboration of his past from the comic adaption, Lawrence's love for Faith started with her baking.

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* ThroughHisStomach: According to the elaboration of his past from the comic adaption, adaptation, Lawrence's love for Faith started with her baking.



* TheBluebeard: Well, yeah...the original Bluebeard who married women and decapitated them.

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* TheBluebeard: Well, yeah... the original Bluebeard who married women and decapitated them.



* RedHerring: In his original story, he decapitated his wives. In this game, women are dying of decapitation. In Episode 1, one of the suspects Bigby can name is Bluebeard, purely from the ''modus operandi'', but he's never seriously thought of as a suspect after (chiefly because he has a rock solid alibi.)

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* RedHerring: In his original story, he decapitated his wives. In this game, women are dying of decapitation. In Episode 1, one of the suspects Bigby can name is Bluebeard, purely from the ''modus operandi'', but he's never seriously thought of as a suspect after (chiefly because he has a rock solid alibi.)alibi).



* MeaningfulName: While his name technically refers to him being a man whose body is literally crooked as per the nursery rhyme, it however [[DoubleMeaning doubles in meaning]] in that he is a man that is crooked a.k.a. a criminal.

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* MeaningfulName: While his name technically refers to him being a man whose body is literally crooked crooked, as per the nursery rhyme, it however [[DoubleMeaning doubles in meaning]] in that he is a man that is crooked a.k.a. a "crooked" can also mean corrupt, rigged or criminal.



* BullyingADragon: Pretty much thinks Bigby is beneath her just because she has a weapon that can kill him. [[spoiler: This backfires horrendously when she keeps toying with Bigby in their final fight rather than outright killing him. This causes Bigby to go full wolf on her to which he quickly turns the tables and kills her.]]

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* BullyingADragon: Pretty much thinks Bigby is beneath her just because he's put his big bad days behind him and she has a weapon that can kill him. [[spoiler: This backfires horrendously when she keeps toying with Bigby in their final fight rather than outright killing him. This causes him, causing Bigby to go full wolf on her to which he quickly turns wolf, effortlessly turn the tables and kills kill her.]]



* TheDreaded: Everyone who knows about her is utterly horrified of her.

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* TheDreaded: Everyone who knows about her is utterly horrified terrified of her.



* ItAmusedMe: "Mary's Loyalty", an entry in the Book of Fables said that she'd be willing to give her life for the Crooked Man... Because it seems like it'd be fun.
* ICanSeeYou: Bloody Mary has an innate sense about being scryed by the Magic Mirror. It makes sense because her ability is to travel through mirrors when summoned. When she "touches" the Mirror, it mutters that it ''hates'' it when she's traveled through ''it''.

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* ItAmusedMe: "Mary's Loyalty", an entry in the Book of Fables said that she'd be willing to give her life for the Crooked Man... Because because it seems like it'd be fun.
* ICanSeeYou: Bloody Mary has an innate sense about being scryed by the Magic Mirror. It makes sense because her ability is to travel through mirrors when summoned. When she "touches" the Mirror, it mutters that it ''hates'' it when she's traveled travelled through ''it''.



* TheLadette: Her behavior isn't even remotely feminine.
* LiterallyShatteredLives: In Episode 5, this is [[spoiler:how she eventually meets her end in the jaws of a fully-transformed Bigby.]]
* MarkedChange: In Episode 5, when she assumes [[spoiler:her true form glowing red markings appear on her forehead and chest.]]

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* TheLadette: Her behavior isn't even remotely feminine.
feminine. Her attire isn't super girly, either.
* LiterallyShatteredLives: In Episode 5, this is [[spoiler:how she eventually meets her end [[spoiler:she cracks into pieces in the jaws of a fully-transformed Bigby.]]
* MarkedChange: In Episode 5, when she assumes [[spoiler:her true form form, glowing red markings appear on her forehead and chest.]]



* OneWingedAngel: [[spoiler:Her true form]] is revealed in Episode 5, and it is ''terrifying'': [[spoiler:Shards of glass protruding from her skin, TearsOfBlood, black eyes, satanic markings all over her body.]]

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* OneWingedAngel: [[spoiler:Her true form]] is revealed in Episode 5, and it is ''terrifying'': [[spoiler:Shards [[spoiler:shards of glass protruding from her skin, TearsOfBlood, black eyes, satanic markings all over her body.body, and a mouth full of needle-sharp teeth.]]



* {{Jerkass}}: His entire introduction scene has him doing his darnest to aggravate both Bigby and the Woodsman

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* {{Jerkass}}: His entire introduction scene has him doing his darnest darnedest to aggravate both Bigby and the Woodsman



* {{Wendigo}}: While he isn't an all-powerful man-eating specter, he certainly looks like a typical Wendigo. Once his wings were cut off.

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* {{Wendigo}}: While he isn't an all-powerful man-eating specter, spectre, he certainly looks like a typical Wendigo. Once his wings were cut off.
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* DeadpanSnarker: His bedside manner is pretty much this when he's not stressing the severity of his patient's injuries.

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* DeadpanSnarker: His bedside manner is pretty much this all snark when he's not stressing the severity of his patient's injuries.



* PunchClockVillain: [[spoiler:She likes Ichabod as much as Bigby does, but still constructs his glamours out of a need to feed herself and not be effectively imprisoned by the 13th Floor. Given the proper choice in Episode 3, the 'villain' part can actually be entirely removed by having Bigby give her a job.]]
-->''[[spoiler:You think I like being the old woman in these stories? The men are heroes, the women are whores, and the old ladies watch everyone they love '''die'''.]]''

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* PunchClockVillain: [[spoiler:She likes Ichabod about as much as Bigby does, but still constructs his glamours out of a need to feed herself and not be effectively imprisoned by the 13th Floor. Given the proper choice in Episode 3, the 'villain' part can actually be entirely removed by having Bigby give her a job.]]
-->''[[spoiler:You -->[[spoiler:You think I like being the old woman in these stories? The men are heroes, the women are whores, and the old ladies watch everyone they love '''die'''.]]''''die''.]]



* AdaptationalVillainy: The Crooked Man of the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/There_Was_a_Crooked_Man original poem]], which strongly implied he was anything but villainous.

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* AdaptationalVillainy: The Crooked Man of the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/There_Was_a_Crooked_Man original poem]], which strongly implied he was anything but villainous. mentions no villainy.



* EvilDebtCollector/LoanShark: Among many other illegal practices he loans out money and threatens those who can't pay back, for example [[spoiler:Beauty and Crane]].

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* EvilDebtCollector/LoanShark: EvilDebtCollector[=/=]LoanShark: Among many other illegal practices he loans out money and threatens those who can't pay back, for example [[spoiler:Beauty and Crane]].



* TheGhost[=/=]HiddenVillain: Is this for the first 3 episodes, where his most substantial appearance is his hand beckoning out of a car window. [[spoiler: Averted at the end of episode 4, where we get to see his full appearance. And [[PunctuatedForEmphasis he. Looks. Terrifying.]]]]

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* TheGhost[=/=]HiddenVillain: Is this for For the first 3 episodes, where his most substantial appearance is his hand beckoning out of a car window. [[spoiler: Averted at At the end of episode 4, where we get to see his full appearance. And [[PunctuatedForEmphasis he. Looks. Terrifying.]]]]



* SmugSnake: His every word oozes sleeze.

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* SmugSnake: His every word oozes sleeze.sleaze.



* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: If Bigby [[spoiler:accuses Georgie of killing the prostitutes, the Crooked Man readily agrees to turn him in - in exchange for Bigby's cooperation. Georgie protests that he was JustFollowingOrders, but the Crooked Man talks over him.]]

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* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: If Bigby [[spoiler:accuses Georgie of killing the prostitutes, the Crooked Man readily agrees to turn him in - -- in exchange for Bigby's cooperation. Georgie protests that he was JustFollowingOrders, but the Crooked Man talks over him.]]



* DeathByIrony[=/=] KarmicDeath: In Episode 3, during Bigby's first encounter with her, she talks about [[spoiler:feeding people's lungs to dogs. She is killed in Episode 5 by being torn apart by Bigby, in the form of a giant wolf, using his gale-force "huffing and puffing" power.]]

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* DeathByIrony[=/=] KarmicDeath: DeathByIrony[=/=]KarmicDeath: In Episode 3, during Bigby's first encounter with her, she talks about [[spoiler:feeding people's lungs to dogs. She is killed in Episode 5 by being torn apart by Bigby, in the form of a giant wolf, using his gale-force "huffing and puffing" power.]]



* TemptingFate: She taunts Bigby about how he "used to be something," and how people feared him, when he was still TheBigBadWolf. [[spoiler:Then during their fight, Bigby shows her just ''why'' the BigBadWolf used to be so feared.]]

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* TemptingFate: She taunts Bigby about how he "used to be something," and how people feared him, when he was still TheBigBadWolf. [[spoiler:Then during their fight, Bigby shows her just ''why'' the BigBadWolf TheBigBadWolf used to be so feared.]]



* WhyDontYouJustShootHim: Despite having access to weaponry that can kill Bigby, ''and'' having used them before, in her showdown with him in Episode 5, she decides to take him on [[spoiler:in her OneWingedAngel form instead. Granted, it works for her for a while, but then Bigby changes into ''his'' true form.]]
* WouldHurtAChild: Makes mention of how, after little girls say her name in their mirrors, she would show up, rip out their lungs, and feed them to the family dog. As a hobby apparently.

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* WhyDontYouJustShootHim: Despite having access to weaponry that can kill Bigby, ''and'' having used them before, in her showdown with him in Episode 5, she decides to take him on [[spoiler:in her OneWingedAngel form instead. Granted, it form. It works for her for a while, but then Bigby changes into ''his'' true form.]]
* WouldHurtAChild: Makes mention of how, after little girls say her name in their mirrors, she would show up, rip out their lungs, and feed them to the family dog. As a hobby apparently.hobby.



* TrappedInVillainy: He has been forced into the Crooked Man's servitude by a MortonsFork choice: He could either keep his life and lose his shop or lose both.

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* TrappedInVillainy: He has been forced into the Crooked Man's servitude by a MortonsFork choice: He he could either keep his life and lose his shop or lose both.



* EmbarrassingNickname: He doesn't enjoy the ''Tiny'' part of his name given how he's an adult and actually fairly tall (up to Bigby's shoulder height), and he appreciates it when Bigby just calls him "Tim".
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Players entering Episode 4 already intending to bring the Crooked Man to justice may expect a harsh guilt trip from Tiny Tim following their actions, especially since his appearance is mostly intended to show the benefits of the Crooked Man. [[spoiler:He, like other characters who are related to the Crooked Man alone, is conspicuously absent to guilt to the player in the trial or the epilogue.]]

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* EmbarrassingNickname: He doesn't enjoy like the ''Tiny'' part of his name given how he's an adult and actually fairly tall (up to Bigby's shoulder height), and he appreciates it when Bigby just calls him "Tim".
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Players entering Episode 4 already intending to bring the Crooked Man to justice may expect a harsh guilt trip from Tiny Tim following their actions, especially since his appearance is mostly intended to show the benefits of play Devil's Advocate for the Crooked Man. [[spoiler:He, like other characters who are related to the Crooked Man alone, is conspicuously absent to guilt to the player in the trial or the epilogue.]]
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* {{Badass}}: He's ''The Big Bad Wolf''. If you anger or hurt him enough, you'll find out ''why'' he was called that.
* BadassAbnormal: He's able to take down [[spoiler: a fully transformed Grendel]] when he's only partially transformed in "Faith". In "A Crooked Mile" [[spoiler:when he goes wolfman he utterly curbstomps the Tweedles until Bloody Mary plugs him with a silver bullet]]. Then in "Cry Wolf", he finally [[spoiler: goes full Big Bad Wolf and destroys the army of Marys.]]

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* {{Badass}}: He's ''The Big Bad Wolf''. If you anger or hurt him enough, you'll find out ''why'' why he was called that.
* BadassAbnormal: He's able to take down [[spoiler: a fully transformed Grendel]] when he's only partially transformed in "Faith". In "A Crooked Mile" Mile", [[spoiler:when he goes wolfman he utterly curbstomps the Tweedles until Bloody Mary plugs him with a silver bullet]]. Then in "Cry Wolf", he finally [[spoiler: goes full Big Bad Wolf and destroys the army of Marys.]]Marys]].



* TheDreaded: Was once the most feared being in existence, and still causes some apprehension today.

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* TheDreaded: Was once the most feared being in existence, Fable there ever was, and still causes some apprehension today.



* FunctionalAddict: The man dearly enjoys his cigarettes and alcohol. [[spoiler:However, he only does it to keep the Wolf at bay.]]

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* FunctionalAddict: The man dearly enjoys his cigarettes and alcohol. [[spoiler:However, he only does it to keep the Wolf at bay.]]



* HyperspaceArsenal: Averted; most of what he finds are small items that could realistically fit in his pockets (a matchbook, a ring).
* IAmNotLeftHanded: Mixed with CombatPragmatist -- Bigby will only go so far as he needs to go to take care of a problem with violence. When you think you have the advantage, he'll just go one more step towards his final form, but reserves said final form for problems that just ''won't go away''.

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* HyperspaceArsenal: Averted; most of what he finds are small items that could realistically fit in his pockets (a matchbook, a ring).
ring, notes).
* IAmNotLeftHanded: Mixed with CombatPragmatist -- Bigby will only go so as far as he needs to go to take care of a problem with violence. When you think you have the advantage, he'll just go one more step towards his final true form, but reserves said final form for problems that just ''won't go away''.away''.
* ImAHumanitarian: In the past he was infamous for devouring whole ''armies'', but he no longer indulges.
* ImplacableMan: There's a sequence in the game where you get to control Bigby as he [[spoiler: walks into a hail of shotgun fire, tanking every shot as he hulks out into his wolf-man form.]]



* ImplacableMan: There's a sequence in the game where you get to control Bigby as he [[spoiler: walks into a hail of shotgun fire, tanking every shot as he hulks out into his wolf-man form.]]



* KryptoniteFactor: Silver, due to his lycanthropy. Even a small amount in his body will severely weaken him.

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* KryptoniteFactor: Silver, due to his lycanthropy. Even a small amount in his body will severely weaken single silver bullet could actually kill him.



* MadeOfIron: He's a Fable, making him tougher than humans, and the Big Bad Wolf, making him tougher than most Fables, but injuries still hurt him, and it's possible to kill him. That said, mostly they just slow him down (a little) and make him angry (a lot).

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* MadeOfIron: He's a Fable, making him tougher than humans, and the Big Bad Wolf, making him tougher than most Fables, but injuries still hurt him, him and it's possible to kill him. That said, mostly they just slow him down (a little) and make him angry (a lot).



* ShirtlessScene: Is shirtless while Dr. Swineheart [[spoiler:treats his buckshot wounds caused by the Tweedles]] in Episode 3. The man is ''definitely'' in shape. [[DistractedByTheSexy Snow is noticeably uncomfortable and distracted when talking to him]]. And at the beginning of Episode 4, too. ''Much worse'' than before, though since he's bloody and bandaged.

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* ShirtlessScene: Is shirtless while Dr. Swineheart [[spoiler:treats his buckshot wounds caused by the Tweedles]] in Episode 3. The man is ''definitely'' in shape. [[DistractedByTheSexy Snow is noticeably uncomfortable and distracted when talking to him]]. And at the beginning of Episode 4, too. ''Much worse'' than It's not quite as much fun as before, though though, since he's bloody and bandaged.bandaged and suffering a very painful-looking fracture.



* ToServeMan: In the past he was infamous for this, but he no longer indulges.
* UnresolvedSexualTension: Bigby and Snow clearly have feelings for each other, but they never make a move out of it because they're colleagues and there's a crisis on their hands. Nevertheless, their attraction to each other is probably [[EveryoneCanSeeIt the worst kept secret in Fabletown]].

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* ToServeMan: In the past he was infamous for this, but he no longer indulges.
* UnresolvedSexualTension: Bigby and Snow clearly have feelings for each other, but they never make a move out of it because they're colleagues and there's a crisis on their hands. Nevertheless, their mutual attraction to each other is probably [[EveryoneCanSeeIt the worst kept secret in Fabletown]].



* WolfMan: When sufficiently pissed off he starts to revert to his wolf form, and when Dee and Dum fill him full of bullets he changes into a wolf-man style werewolf and hands them their asses. [[spoiler: In Episode Five he fully reverts to his wolf form to kill Bloody Mary.]]

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* WolfMan: When sufficiently pissed off he starts to revert to his wolf form, and when Dee and Dum fill him full of bullets he changes into a wolf-man style werewolf goes more wolf, less man, and hands them their asses. [[spoiler: In Episode Five he fully reverts to his wolf form to kill Bloody Mary.]]



** [[FromBadToWorse What's that]]? Still aggravating Bigby? [[spoiler:Those yellow eyes? Now crimson red. Those claws? Bigger and sharper. Those thick mutton chops and hairy forearms? Now fully covered in fur. Still looks relatively like a human? Now full on beast.]]
** ''[[DoNotTauntCthulhu Still]]'' aggravating him? [[spoiler:Those eyes are now totally yellow, he's considerably grown in size, now sitting at eight-feet tall, and now he's taken on the full appearance of a wolf. The Big Bad Wolf is ''here''.]]

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** [[FromBadToWorse What's that]]? Still aggravating Bigby? [[spoiler:Those yellow eyes? Now eyes turn crimson red. Those claws? Bigger claws become longer and sharper. Those thick mutton chops and hairy forearms? Now forearms are fully covered in fur. Still looks relatively like a human? Now full on beast.Mostly-human goes mostly-beast, and you probably won't get the ''chance'' to run away.]]
** ''[[DoNotTauntCthulhu Still]]'' aggravating him? [[spoiler:Those eyes are now totally yellow, he's considerably grown in size, now sitting at eight-feet tall, and now he's taken on the full appearance of a wolf. The Who's afraid of the Big Bad Wolf is ''here''.]]Wolf...?]]
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