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12th Jan '16 1:35:40 AM Philweasel
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** Even if Bigby [[spoiler:did kill her, she's a popular fable and there's no mention of scooping up whats left of her and throwing her into the witching well. It might take her a while, but regeneration is certainly not out of the question (especially if one of her allies gathered her pieces together).]]
15th Oct '15 3:02:48 PM richardwarnercool1
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* Bigby is the only Fable that is banned from entering The Farm due to his past interactions with most of the animal fables.
11th May '15 2:17:40 PM BlindJustice-2515
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* '''Jossed''' [[spoiler: On all accounts. Georgie killed Faith and Lilly on the orders of the Crooked Man. Bluebeard is not involved at all.]]

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* '''Jossed''' [[spoiler: On all accounts. Georgie killed Faith and Lilly Lily on the orders of the Crooked Man. Bluebeard is not involved at all.]]



* The Moon. As Bigby says, 'Deception.' [[spoiler: Lilly]]

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* The Moon. As Bigby says, 'Deception.' [[spoiler: Lilly]]Lily]]



[[spoiler: Hans does whatever he's told to by his superiors. Right now that's Georgie, the Crooked Man, and his lackeys. Lilly was getting ready to flip on Crane and the Crooked Man, exposing the corruption. The crooks all are discussing the problem at Georgie's, one of them says that they needed to get rid of Lilly, and leave a message for the people at the Woodlands. They were speaking in metaphor, or just venting angrily. Hans overheard though, and doing as he's told, went to kill her. He kills Faith by accident, who's covering for Lilly, and puts her head on the Woodlands steps. Later, realizing his mistake, he finds and kills Lilly, leaving her head in the same spot. This gets Bigby and Snow looking around, poking their noses, and exposing Crane's corruption. The Crooked Man and his gang have no idea that it was Hans, so they're playing clean up. Trying to keep things under control. No one will realize that it was Hans until after the Crooked Man's empire has been broken.]]

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[[spoiler: Hans does whatever he's told to by his superiors. Right now that's Georgie, the Crooked Man, and his lackeys. Lilly Lily was getting ready to flip on Crane and the Crooked Man, exposing the corruption. The crooks all are discussing the problem at Georgie's, one of them says that they needed to get rid of Lilly, Lily, and leave a message for the people at the Woodlands. They were speaking in metaphor, or just venting angrily. Hans overheard though, and doing as he's told, went to kill her. He kills Faith by accident, who's covering for Lilly, Lily, and puts her head on the Woodlands steps. Later, realizing his mistake, he finds and kills Lilly, Lily, leaving her head in the same spot. This gets Bigby and Snow looking around, poking their noses, and exposing Crane's corruption. The Crooked Man and his gang have no idea that it was Hans, so they're playing clean up. Trying to keep things under control. No one will realize that it was Hans until after the Crooked Man's empire has been broken.]]



[[WMG: Gren was in love with either Lilly or Holly]]
Something that gives me pause is his protective behaviour towards Holly in the game, especially whenever Bigby is around or [[spoiler:when it's revealed that the Woodsman was sleeping with Holly's prostitute sister, Lilly]].

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[[WMG: Gren was in love with either Lilly Lily or Holly]]
Something that gives me pause is his protective behaviour towards Holly in the game, especially whenever Bigby is around or [[spoiler:when it's revealed that the Woodsman was sleeping with Holly's prostitute sister, Lilly]].
Lily]].



Did his feelings emerge after an initial platonic relationship with one of the sisters? Was he just waiting for the right moment to confess his feelings to one of them?

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Did his feelings emerge after an initial platonic relationship with one of the sisters? Was he just waiting for the right moment to confess his feelings to one of them?them?

[[WMG:Bigby and Beast will team up in season two.]]
11th May '15 1:25:03 PM Krendall
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* Most likely she was referring to Beast.
23rd Apr '15 3:27:57 PM BlindJustice-2515
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** According to Aunty Greenleaf's entry in the Book of Fables, there is a rumour that Greenleaf had a daughter she lost in the Homelands.
23rd Apr '15 3:08:25 PM Derpyhooves1
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[[WMG: Gren was in love with either Lilly or Holly]]
Something that gives me pause is his protective behaviour towards Holly in the game, especially whenever Bigby is around or [[spoiler:when it's revealed that the Woodsman was sleeping with Holly's prostitute sister, Lilly]].

Now, during the [[spoiler:funeral for Lily, he writes a message on a card saying how much he'll miss her]]. And when [[spoiler:he confronts Woodsman about his affair with Lily]], he is absolutely furious with him. Did he view it one of his few friends betraying another friend, or was it a lover's jealousy?

Did his feelings emerge after an initial platonic relationship with one of the sisters? Was he just waiting for the right moment to confess his feelings to one of them?
22nd Mar '15 11:41:48 AM Derpyhooves1
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* Considering the emphasis on [[spoiler:Toad, TJ and possibly Colin and or the Crooked Man in crow form]] going to "The Farm", that particular location very well may be in the sequel, if they ever get around to making one.
13th Mar '15 3:12:33 PM jacobwildchalice
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** [[spoiler: Jossed, then unconfirmed. In the trial scene of Episode 5, Nerissa states that she and several other girls heard the Crooked Man order Lily and Faith's deaths. However, in the epilogue, she states that Georgie was the one who told her about the deaths, not the Crooked Man. Whether or not he ordered them is unknown.]]
26th Nov '14 11:12:16 PM Dannykat
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[[WMG: The murderer is the [[spoiler: Headless Horseman]]]]
Think about it. Crane is in the comic series, so he isn't the killer. In the preview for episode 3, you see a glamour box next to Crane as he gets in his car to drive away. The Headless Horseman would need a glamour for obvious reasons. In addition, cutting the head off of someone was the Horseman's MO, said event happening to two Fables by the end of episode 2.
8th Oct '14 5:09:52 PM WeirdKev27
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** That last part might get a bit...Fridge Horror-y when you remember this is set in 1986. [[spoiler: The [[Film/TheLittleMermaid: movie]] that would have brought the tale to the masses' attention didn't come out until 1989.

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** That last part might get a bit...Fridge Horror-y when you remember this is set in 1986. [[spoiler: The [[Film/TheLittleMermaid: movie]] [[Film/TheLittleMermaid movie]]]] that would have brought the tale to the masses' attention didn't come out until 1989.
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