History WMG / Fables

25th Apr '16 9:58:05 AM QueenMarine
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* Jossed- she was a clone of the original Red Riding Hood, who was used as an agent for the Empire.





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\n* The final issue confirms all the numbers; Winter is 1, as the North Wind; Blossom is 2, becoming a NatureHero; Therese is 3 and Darien is 4, which were confirmed in Cubs in Toyland; Conner is 5, becoming a hero who travels worlds; Ambrose is , which was already confirmed previously, and Ghost is 7, having outlived all his siblngs.





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* Confirmed as of Fables #150




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* Jossed: Lauda, their mother, is the 13th daughter of a long line of witches. Their aunt is actually their father's sister, not their mother's sister
4th Mar '16 11:21:48 PM nombretomado
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* I believe you mean ''CaptainAmerica''. That's where we'll find him again, True Believers - He might be dead in 616, but there's gotta be a mythic version ''somewhere'' out there!

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* I believe you mean ''CaptainAmerica''.''ComicBook/CaptainAmerica''. That's where we'll find him again, True Believers - He might be dead in 616, but there's gotta be a mythic version ''somewhere'' out there!
18th Feb '16 10:17:57 AM Gbubu
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I mean, think about it. Their stories have been retold several times. Who's to say that some of these retellings would not become worlds of their own? For example, there could be a Fables world based on Disney movies, for example, or a Fables world based on Stephen Sondheim's Into the Woods.

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I mean, think about it. Their stories have been retold several times. Who's to say that some of these retellings would not become worlds of their own? For example, there could be a Fables world based on Disney movies, for example, movies or a Fables world one based on Stephen Sondheim's Into the Woods.
18th Feb '16 10:17:17 AM Gbubu
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Sounds a little bit like Lillith's story, doesn't it? So either she was that Lillith, or later storytellers toned down the truth in order for her to come off more sympathetic in their ears.

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Sounds a little bit like Lillith's story, doesn't it? So either she was that Lillith, or later storytellers toned down the truth in order for her to come off more sympathetic in their ears.ears.

[[WMG: There are alternate versions of the Fables characters]]
I mean, think about it. Their stories have been retold several times. Who's to say that some of these retellings would not become worlds of their own? For example, there could be a Fables world based on Disney movies, for example, or a Fables world based on Stephen Sondheim's Into the Woods.
23rd Jan '16 2:54:44 PM dotchan
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His outfit, insight and ability to recognize Rose Red all fits. He's an "old friend" who died holding on to hope and chose to come back to give his love Rose Red good counsel one last time to steer her away from a course she would come to regret. After all, having expelled all the nasties from the boxes Rose Red has her head to herself finally and might heed his advice.

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His outfit, insight and ability to recognize Rose Red all fits. He's an "old friend" who died holding on to hope and chose to come back to give his love Rose Red good counsel one last time to steer her away from a course she would come to regret. After all, having expelled all the nasties from the boxes Rose Red has her head to herself finally and might heed his advice.advice.

[[WMG: Frau Totenkinder is (either literally or her story is the basis for) Lillith of Jewish/Kabbalist legend]]
According to flashback, she's been alive since the Stone Age, her descent to darkness beginning with having been scorned by a man while she was pregnant--and so she sacrificed her own child in exchange for dark power.

Sounds a little bit like Lillith's story, doesn't it? So either she was that Lillith, or later storytellers toned down the truth in order for her to come off more sympathetic in their ears.
5th Dec '15 1:26:33 PM Mechamorph2
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* Besides, we know that the original King Arthur and Lancelot were fairly close before the affair with Guinevere came to light. Rose has always been fond of Totenkinder ever since she and Snow first rescued as shown in ''1001 Nights of Snowfall''. And as of issue #145 they’ve grown even closer as allies [[spoiler:to take down Bigby.]] It might not be that far-fetched a theory.

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* Besides, we know that the original King Arthur and Lancelot were fairly close before the affair with Guinevere came to light. Rose has always been fond of Totenkinder ever since she and Snow first rescued as shown in ''1001 Nights of Snowfall''. And as of issue #145 they’ve grown even closer as allies [[spoiler:to take down Bigby.]] It might not be that far-fetched a theory.theory.

[[WMG: The nameless soldier whose words helped avert the brewing battle between Snow White and Rose Red was Boy Blue]]

His outfit, insight and ability to recognize Rose Red all fits. He's an "old friend" who died holding on to hope and chose to come back to give his love Rose Red good counsel one last time to steer her away from a course she would come to regret. After all, having expelled all the nasties from the boxes Rose Red has her head to herself finally and might heed his advice.
21st Sep '15 12:10:15 AM moguera
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* All of this means that, whatever else might have happened, the Empire was ultimately fated to be smacked down by [[Manga/OnePunchMan a bald guy wearing a cape]].
2nd Nov '14 1:29:37 PM Jo13
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This might sound silly, but in ''1001 Nights of Snowfall'' she does state in her story:
''"Unfortunately I wasn’t immune to the lures of handsome young men then, any more than I could resist lovely Aurac in all those days gone by. Young flesh makes its own demands. So I began to let myself age..."''
and we know she always had a taste for inflicting nasty fates to princes and other handsome young men she happened to run into. More recently (in the Mr. Dark arc), she let herself look young again and allowed herself to have a romantic relationship for the first time in centuries (or even longer).
* However, ''Fairest in All the Land'' saw her new husband Dunster Happ get killed with no chance of returning. Which might make her more vulnerable to falling in love, or just feeling attracted to some other handsome young man in the future... so why not Lancelot?

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This might sound silly, but in ''1001 Nights of Snowfall'' she does state in her story:
story: ''"Unfortunately I wasn’t immune to the lures of handsome young men then, any more than I could resist lovely Aurac in all those days gone by. Young flesh makes its own demands. So I began to let myself age..."''
"'' and we know she always had a taste for inflicting nasty fates to princes and other handsome young men she happened to run into. More recently (in the Mr. Dark arc), she let herself look young again and allowed herself to have a romantic relationship for the first time in centuries (or even longer).
* However, ''Fairest in All the Land'' saw her [[spoiler:her new husband Dunster Happ get killed with no chance of returning.returning]]. Which might make her more vulnerable to falling in love, or just feeling attracted to some other handsome young man in the future... so why not Lancelot?
2nd Nov '14 1:28:40 PM Jo13
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Everyone seems to be confused about why, if human-made fairy tales created alternate dimensions full of living Fables, modern fiction wouldn't exist in an alternate universe as well? This is because humans aren't responsible for the creation of the Fables: the Fables have always existed in their own worlds, but knowledge of their stories somehow bled through worlds to Mundy writers. This explains why some Fables' stories, such as Pinnochio's or Ichabod Crane's, were written and take place after the Fables would have already escaped the Homelands into the Mundy world. And it would also justify why Fabletown isn't home to other fictional characters, like Luke Skywalker or Bugs Bunny: they don't exist in any reality. Mundies came up with them all on their own, while the Mundies who THOUGHT they created the Fables in reality were influenced by an unknown, outside source.

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Everyone seems to be confused about why, if human-made fairy tales created alternate dimensions full of living Fables, modern fiction wouldn't exist in an alternate universe as well? This is because humans aren't responsible for the creation of the Fables: the Fables have always existed in their own worlds, but knowledge of their stories somehow bled through worlds to Mundy writers. This explains why some Fables' stories, such as Pinnochio's or Ichabod Crane's, were written and take place after the Fables would have already escaped the Homelands into the Mundy world. And it would also justify why Fabletown isn't home to other fictional characters, like Luke Skywalker or Bugs Bunny: they don't exist in any reality. Mundies came up with them all on their own, while the Mundies who THOUGHT they created the Fables in reality were influenced by an unknown, outside source.source.

[[WMG: Totenkinder will play the role of Lancelot in the second version of Camelot]]

This might sound silly, but in ''1001 Nights of Snowfall'' she does state in her story:
''"Unfortunately I wasn’t immune to the lures of handsome young men then, any more than I could resist lovely Aurac in all those days gone by. Young flesh makes its own demands. So I began to let myself age..."''
and we know she always had a taste for inflicting nasty fates to princes and other handsome young men she happened to run into. More recently (in the Mr. Dark arc), she let herself look young again and allowed herself to have a romantic relationship for the first time in centuries (or even longer).
*However, ''Fairest in All the Land'' saw her new husband Dunster Happ get killed with no chance of returning. Which might make her more vulnerable to falling in love, or just feeling attracted to some other handsome young man in the future... so why not Lancelot?
*Besides, we know that the original King Arthur and Lancelot were fairly close before the affair with Guinevere came to light. Rose has always been fond of Totenkinder ever since she and Snow first rescued as shown in ''1001 Nights of Snowfall''. And as of issue #145 they’ve grown even closer as allies [[spoiler:to take down Bigby.]] It might not be that far-fetched a theory.
23rd Oct '14 4:35:39 PM Qeise
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