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Don't mention the B-word around Bigby....

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  • True on 1, False on 2. Waiting is the other option in 2.

    Actually that is not the only response your forgetting that silence is a valid option

  • But barely, and with a long time of convalescence. Chopping off her head seems to be even harder to fix it up, I think she would reappear again, but not soon, in long time... So I guess she's not dead at all?

    MrDeadiron posted: »

    You're probably right, I mean in the comic Snow takes a bullet to the head and lives.

  • I...uh...wow...your really observant. But If someone called my Girlfriend a b**** (Grendel) I'd probably punch them too.

  • What about Faith? Would you chuck someone out a window for saying bitch to a whore too many times?

    I...uh...wow...your really observant. But If someone called my Girlfriend a b**** (Grendel) I'd probably punch them too.

  • What word? Bitch?

  • Gepetto created an army of wooden soldiers and spies to take over all the different fable realms.

    Dibz1 posted: »

    What was this "adversary"?

  • Thank you for not answering my question at all :P

    LukaszB posted: »

    No. There is very little information about what happened over the course of 300 years. The possibility someone called Snow the b word is very likely considering her job. She has been Crane's assistant since Fabletown existed (late 17th century).

  • .......

    What word? Bitch?

  • I think "No. There is very little information about what happened over the course of 300 years." means "No, it doesn't necessarily mean that."

    Pretty self-explanatory, really.

    Thank you for not answering my question at all :P

  • This is an interesting theory, but a theory nonetheless. Just because the dialogue is hinting at the fact that they met then, it doesn't make it so. But it is certainly worth noting as a possibility.

    LukaszB posted: »

    That's exactly what I'm talking about.

  • I really feel like you're missing the opportunity to read the Fables stories for yourself by asking these questions. If you enjoy the plot, really consider reading the Fables books because they are VERY good and asking questions like this is robbing yourself of some serious enjoyment.

    Dibz1 posted: »

    What was this "adversary"?

  • It does make sense. One of the choices when beating up Woody was "Say that word... One more time..."
    "What? Bidtch?"
    kick
    "What did I say?!"
    I think you may be right.

    SideKickin posted: »

    Indeed. I imagine Bigby (well...my Bigby, anyway) wouldn't put up with anyone talking trash about Snow, regardless of whatever it wa

  • Not out a window, but I'd hit him.

    Harpadarpa posted: »

    What about Faith? Would you chuck someone out a window for saying bitch to a whore too many times?

  • kicks in mouth

    What word? Bitch?

  • Then Bigby goes a little far when the word bitch is said.

    Not out a window, but I'd hit him.

  • Except he gets mad at Woody for calling Faith a bitch too. This is something that has been shown in the comics too, he doesn't like it when people use the b-word on women, Especially because he's a wolf.

    I think it had more to do with Grendel calling snow a bitch than the actual word itself, since bigby has a thing for her.

  • Except that it's clear by his first encounter with Faith and Woody that he doesn't like it when people use the B-word like that in general. This is also shown in the comics.

    LukaszB posted: »

    Nope Grendel specifically said "and that bitch Snow White walked right past me". One of Bigby's responses is "This has happened befo

  • When is this the only time that comes to mind is when Snow White calls him a sob and he yes my mother was jokingly

    BullseyeRey posted: »

    Except he gets mad at Woody for calling Faith a bitch too. This is something that has been shown in the comics too, he doesn't like it when people use the b-word on women, Especially because he's a wolf.

  • Even though he ate little red riding hood, it was a loooooooong time ago, and he may be defensive of women because he regrets what he did. Just my thoughts on it.

    LukaszB posted: »

    This statement is not true. Remember that Bigby ate Little Red Riding Hood. I bet we'll know more about his past in episode 4. Once

  • There is a long story on the B-word. Bigby really is defensive of Snow, but also of his mother.

    Even though he ate little red riding hood, it was a loooooooong time ago, and he may be defensive of women because he regrets what he did. Just my thoughts on it.

  • You know, it now occured to me that in Lawrence's apartment, after lowering the bed, Bigby says 'son of a...' and then abruptly stops. Your theory explains why :)

  • Yeah,mostly 'cause,if you choose one particular line with Woody in the first fight scene,Biggs gives Woody an extra kick,which was not at all unwelcomed(by me,at least,'cause Woods deserved it at the time).So yeah.I DID connect the dots,but never thought about creating a thread 'bout it.

  • yeah, I notice is and immediately thought is was because he was a wolf. I've read all the comics and I'm not sure if there was ever a scene where someone said the "B" word...I dunno. I doubt it has any significance other than to show emotional response within him, and a connection to his origins and what not.

  • I think it is just a coincidence. He calls Dee son of a bitch after chasing him, so I don't think it he has something against the word.

  • edited March 2014

    WHAT THE FUCK DID I JUST SAY?!

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    What word? Bitch?

  • Yes I am a son of a b!tch as that my mother was a wolf - Bigby Wolf comment on being called a s.o.b.

  • It seemed to me like he had slashed his wrists with it... he has wrist wounds when you examine his (later revealed to be still alive) body if you go to him first and not Toad.

    Does anyone else think that it's weird that there was a bloody blade in Lawrence's apartment but no wounds caused by a blade ,was the blade left there to make it look like Lawrence did it.

  • Yeah, I remember that part in the comics. I think the only reason he was joking in that case was because it came from Snow. He must have not took offence to it because Snow had said it.

    When is this the only time that comes to mind is when Snow White calls him a sob and he yes my mother was jokingly

  • Grendel calls him a lap dog too. That is what leads to the last fight.

    BullseyeRey posted: »

    Except he gets mad at Woody for calling Faith a bitch too. This is something that has been shown in the comics too, he doesn't like it when people use the b-word on women, Especially because he's a wolf.

  • That's a very good thought but there was no trail of blood from the blade to his seat
    If he cut him self at the bed there would of been a decent amount of blood and the fact that he is not a very popular fable would mean he would not heal very quick.

    Nonatastic posted: »

    It seemed to me like he had slashed his wrists with it... he has wrist wounds when you examine his (later revealed to be still alive) body if you go to him first and not Toad.

  • I think this a pretty big part of it, since he has a particularly strong relationship with his mother due to his father leaving. Between being protective of women in general, his relationship with his mother, and the fact that his mother was, in fact, a canine, it all probably combines into not taking the B-word too well.

    Harpadarpa posted: »

    Maybe he doesn't like bitch, because it's degrading to the women of his kind, and therefore, by extension, his mother.

  • It's almost like insulting his mother as well.

    I did not make that connection. That's pretty interesting.

  • Well, wolves are canines. So are female dogs.

  • This is probably not the right time to say this but, you have awesome gif's my good sir!

    That is all.

    Azlyn posted: »

    WHAT THE FUCK DID I JUST SAY?!

  • But she was a very good mother. The best mother any cub could wish for - Bigby Wolf upon continuing his comment on being called a s.o.b.

    Yes I am a son of a b!tch as that my mother was a wolf - Bigby Wolf comment on being called a s.o.b.

  • When it comes down to it bitch is just name for a female canine I think has more to do with with the fact that Bigby regrets not being able to save his mother and protect her body I believe that he is trying to make up for his mothers death with other women, I am not saying its not the word but it's more about the person it's being directed at.

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