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  • Faith was a relatively unknown Fable. There wouldn't be a reason for anyone to pretend to look like her. Plus it's just bad writing to do the same "twist" twice.

  • Yeah, it's weird how it says that she'll remember you told her that her ribbon was beautiful and then gets killed off from the game. It's either a continuity error or TellTale is planning on bringing Faith back somehow, like with the genie lamp or something.

    • But doesn't the Genie have rules and things you can't wish for like raising the dead or controlling someone's freewill?

      • I don't know. TellTale can make it have any rules that they want it to have.

        • Its just like how in TWD you can tell someone something and it says they will remember that but they die minutes later. Its to make it less obvious they are gonna die because if it didn't say that you could be like "wait if the notification things aren't popping up this persons going to die!". It ruins the surprise factor and also in real life you would remember someone saying something before you die.

        • But they can't because they need to stay faithful to the comics since its based in the same continuity and in the comics i think the Genie has been freed anyway. Its also worth noting that in Fables Genie is pretty evil compared to his Disney counterpart.

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  • I have no faith in this theory

  • I love theories based around game mechanics and not around the story. :)

    On a serious note (along these lines), could Faith be the killer? What better way to keep the police off you but make them think you're dead?

  • I don't have a concrete opinion on whether she's dead or not, but prior to the murder, she did say "Don't worry, I won't be doing this much longer." I can only guess that 1.) She knew someone was going to kill her. 2.) Maybe she somehow staged her death so her boss would think she was dead so she could stop hooking. Idk but I just thought it was strange when she said that, as if she knew something was going to happen.

  • Nah, Telltale always does that. It's just a red herring to throw you off.

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