Why did ****** die?

I just want to know how Georgie could die if fables can take so much damage and still survive.
Like the Woodsman, who took a magic axe in his head and still survived. I'm not a doctor, but getting an axe in your head seems more deadly than a knife to the guts.
Just wondered how, as the woodsman survived something seemingly more dangerous.
I liked Georgie. I wish there was a way of preventing his death.

Comments

  • Its because Bigsby claws have poison in them.

  • edited July 2014

    The best argument out there is the fact that the Woodsman is from a very popular fable(Red Riding Hood), while Georgie is from a nursery rhyme. This is somewhat explained in the comics, a certain character gets shot in the head, but due to it's immense popularity, there was never any risk of him dying.

    Also, if I remember correctly, it's also mentioned in the comics that as long as mundies keep making stories about certain fables, they can also be brought back to life, or something along those lines.

  • I agree with the comment above. It depends on how popular that Fable is. The woodsman is VERY well known; the Jersey Devil is a very popular folklore and he even took an axe to the head, not to mention his face getting smashed into glass.

    Not a lot of people KNOW the nursery rhyme behind Georgie. To be honest, I had to look him up after playing the 2nd episode because I had no memory of the song by heart. I too, enjoyed Georgie and kinda wished we DIDN'T have to kill him.

  • Honestly for the longest time I thought he was the crab from the little mermaid because he has the "kiss the girl" tattoo on his chest.

    pudding_pie posted: »

    I agree with the comment above. It depends on how popular that Fable is. The woodsman is VERY well known; the Jersey Devil is a ve

  • Maybe the mundies will keep making stories about Bloody Mary.

    The best argument out there is the fact that the Woodsman is from a very popular fable(Red Riding Hood), while Georgie is from a n

  • More trouble for Fabletown. :I

    prink34320 posted: »

    Maybe the mundies will keep making stories about Bloody Mary.

  • You're being silly, keep this up and you'll be Glamoured into a donkey. You have been warned.

    Its because Bigsby claws have poison in them.

  • Thanks!

    The best argument out there is the fact that the Woodsman is from a very popular fable(Red Riding Hood), while Georgie is from a n

  • edited July 2014

    Honestly for the longest time I thought he was the crab from the little mermaid because he has the "kiss the girl" tattoo on his chest.

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