History Headscratchers / Fable

13th Jul '16 9:47:36 PM Titus88
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** No matter what path you take Thunder will still hold a grudge against you, presumably out of jealously. He also seems to genuinely love Lady Grey, so exposing her doesn't win you any favor.
25th May '16 1:59:41 PM SomeNewGuy
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* In ''The Lost Chapters'', I played a 100% good guy who always took the good path. Why then does Thunder accuse me of "taking everyone from him" when you have to choose whether to take his soul or the soul in the arena? I didn't do ''shit'' to him. I spared his sister, and I know the game registered her as alive because the stone head guy in LC's main town told me what she did after the fight in the arena, so I doubt it was a bug. Or is he still pissed off that I exposed Lady Grey?
19th Jan '16 9:29:44 PM SunsetStudios
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* Keep in mind that while they were both heroes, their blood wasn't awakened yet, your's doesnt until you complete the tutorial dungeon, right? So most likely Rose's only heroes can kill heroes ability hadn't kicked inyet, and her death let her cast a shield spell on you which caused you to get blasted out of the window, Theresa then used her ''very'' strong will powers to save your life.
19th Jan '16 9:26:11 PM SunsetStudios
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**** Names are by definition, ''words'' we use to identify people, your argument is invalid.-Not OP
13th Oct '15 9:07:54 PM lapiswolf
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* Why does stopping Lucien in Fable 2 net you no renown?
13th Oct '15 8:44:30 PM lapiswolf
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* In Fable 2, can Rose actually be revived? If she can, how come Lucien wasn't able to wish his own family back? Was the window of time for the Spire being usable just a few seconds after he died due to incredibly shit luck on his part? If she's been dead too long, why is every single person who ever worked on the spire still fair game to bring back? Furthermore, the dog and the hero's family all reappear where they last were (the family at home, the dog by the hero's side.) Unless she was indeed impossible to bring back and sent the letter from the afterlife, Rose appears somewhere far away and inaccessible instead of anywhere remotely near Bowerstone or the last person she was with, the hero.
26th Sep '15 8:15:38 PM Pigeonesque
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** I always just figured Sparrow threw him/herself at the window, given a choice between 'almost certainly lethal fall' and 'definitely certainly lethal point-blank gunshot'.



****On the other hand, even if he doesn't realize it's Sparrow, I did wonder why he didn't question the glowing Will lines, if he's that set on killing any Heroes who aren't one of the three he's after.




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*** This troper thinks Reaver actually makes some surprisingly un-evil points, albeit likely unintentionally. Like if you put off making a decision, at some point Reaver will say something about it being good for the health of the city, or something to that effect. Build a brothel, legalize prostitution within that environment (if it isn't already legal), and many people who study this sort of thing argue that you're making prostitution safer for both the sex workers and the people hiring them, especially if you have guards or bouncers or something and mandatory STD testing and condom use.
31st Aug '15 9:19:26 PM said43
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* Why is the kingdom nearly broke when you become king? If your brother was truly doing everything he was doing to early money for the defense of the kingdom, then shouldn't the treasury have more in it? And if his policies weren't working to raise money then why bother to continue them?

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* Why is the kingdom nearly broke when you become king? If your brother was truly doing everything he was doing to early raise money for the defense of the kingdom, then shouldn't the treasury have more in it? And if his policies weren't working to raise money then why bother to continue them?
31st Aug '15 9:18:51 PM said43
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* Why is the kingdom nearly broke when you become king? If your brother was truly doing everything he was doing to early money for the defense of the kingdom, then shouldn't the treasury have more in it? And if his policies weren't working to raise money then why bother to continue them?
26th Apr '15 10:15:03 AM PlatosAssistant
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** Plus, why would anyone forgive your character for all the horrible stuff he/she decrees? If I were a citizen of Albion and my king/queen apparently went back on all his/her promises and acted just like Logan ([[FromBadToWorst or worse...]]) I would never forgive him/her even if their excuse of 'we must ready ourselves for invasion!' was legit. I think the point was that if you play an evil tyrant, yeah you saved Albion but at what cost? You turned your back on your allies, on the people who put their entire trust in you to make their lives better. They thought you were leading them to a new age but it was just more of the same. That's why the GoldenEnding is when you save everyone ''and'' remain a good ruler.
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