Mundy sidekick?

edited April 2014 in The Wolf Among Us

OK so I just started reading the comics thought do any of you think that officer that interview Bigby is gonna reappear and maybe help him or he help her?

Another thing I noticed is that Bloody Mary introduced herself because Snow thought she was a human and not a fable? Even so the fable community cannot really do anything against humans? Has their ever in the history both in and out of the comics humans discovered their community or anything?

Comments

  • I think Bloody Mary was just introducing herself as an intimidation tactic (and for exposition for the player). There's no way Snow would think she was human, since she was in the company of the Tweedles and clearly knew what was up.

    The Fable community doesn't like dealing with humans because they don't want the attention, but since the Fables function under their own government and have access to magic and other resources, they aren't really subject to Mundy rules. If they had to, they could "take care" of humans that were threatening Fabletown.

    There is a short arc in the comic in which certain humans get close to finding out about Fabletown. I won't spoil what happens.

  • Watch out for vampires

    Kaihu posted: »

    I think Bloody Mary was just introducing herself as an intimidation tactic (and for exposition for the player). There's no way Sno

  • Which comic was this?

    I went vis versa not fables following human rules, but then again the take care part you mention makes sense. If you mean they kill em

    Kaihu posted: »

    I think Bloody Mary was just introducing herself as an intimidation tactic (and for exposition for the player). There's no way Sno

  • pff I have seen twilight haha

    Watch out for vampires

  • The greatest detective and Duck Grayson, his ward.

  • edited April 2014

    Let's just say that Bigby and the others certainly take care of business if a Mundy, or Mundies were to find out about their cozy little community. And there has been a good amount of times that happened, to my knowledge.

  • I think volume two is where you see a mundy discovering Fabletown and he confronts Bigby with it. He soons he realizes he made a mistake.

  • Do they actually get more power the more thier stories are well known to non fables?

  • They get more resistant to harm, or at least they can recover from more serious damage. They don't get more dangerous or stronger.

    However, in-universe this is still an essentially untested theory. Certain Fables, most prominently Frau Totenkinder, don't believe it's true, though it does appear to be so based on the evidence of the comics so far.

    Hyena4010 posted: »

    Do they actually get more power the more thier stories are well known to non fables?

  • There is a lot of evidence to prove the truth of it, specifically Snow white and Goldilocks.

    Kaihu posted: »

    They get more resistant to harm, or at least they can recover from more serious damage. They don't get more dangerous or stronger.

  • Issues 12 and 13 of Fables

    Hyena4010 posted: »

    Which comic was this? I went vis versa not fables following human rules, but then again the take care part you mention makes sense. If you mean they kill em

  • And Cinderella.

    KCohere posted: »

    There is a lot of evidence to prove the truth of it, specifically Snow white and Goldilocks.

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