• Wow, that's extremely astute. Great job digging up that story.

  • Very interesting! Im not familiar with the Trusty John tale so that is good information.

  • Thanks

    Anyway, re-reading this tale gave me mental food to explore new theories.
    Wether it's related to Trusty John's tale or not : is it possible that Faith's dead was not a murder but a deal with someone, an "act of faith", her death in exchange for a greater good ?
    Donkeyskin has after all no first name in the original fairy tale, so there must be a symbolical reason behind Telltale naming her Faith.
    And it gives a new meaning to her "I'm sorry" note.
    So it would not be a murder but a voluntary pact or oath with some Fable or power... Part of the oath would be that she couldn't say anything to anyone about it, thus the "these lips are sealed" answers.

    But if this is no murder but a pact with some Fable or power, it implies the same for Snow.
    Snow didn't strike me as hiding something, and she never put a "these lips are sealed" in front of Bibgy.
    But last conversations with her certainly showed how full of regrets and remorse she was. She feels a lot of guilt for not being able to help Fabletown more, she's in the state of mind of someone who could accept such a deal, sacrificing herself in exchange for something positive for Fabletown (saving it from a threat ?).
    She might have been contacted (visited at her office?) by the mysterious power that makes such pacts after Bigby left her to deal with the Woodsman, and have accepted it to redeem her remorse.

    ...I remind the preview scene for Episode 2 where Bigby angrily pushes her chair... He does not direct his rage against any random furniture, but her chair with her name on it : was he mad at her because he found out about Snow's death being willingful (through a note or something), and doesn't accept her "suicide" ?

  • Interesting - i didn't even know of this character xd; or that he was in fables.

  • Though Bigby will need to find Snow and Faith's bodies first.

  • Jeez. OP. How about a warning or a disclaimer of some sort about not trying this at home. I just made a terrible mess in the living room. Thanks alot.

  • Damn you found out the ending to the series, now we have to wait another year before we can play episode 2 :/

    On a real note though, great find mate!

  • Well we wont know until im going to estimate episode 2 comes out August 25 2016

    • I never though i'd say this, but Telltale needs to purchase the SoonTM trademark. They're more deserving of it than Blizzard and Wargaming.

      • honestly I think the fans figured it out with the red haired guy thing and they're trying (and possibly failing) at coming up with something better and that's why its taking so long for episode 2 to come out cause I remember waiting a long time beween episodes for The Walking Dead last year but nothing like this. although last year they didn't come up with the absolute brilliant idea of making 2 games at once. but who knows it aint like im not going to buy episode 2... unless my xbox breaks which it very well might but that's another issue.

  • Jesus bloody Christ, that's brilliant. I think I could've never think about somethin like that since I didn't even know who Trusty John was... Really, thank you for sharing that.

  • Wait- WHAT!? =O

    You sir/madam, are a genious! Are you saying the doorman for the apartments (the one that has his head covered, sleeping), can put peoples heads back on!? I think you've just figured out how they're going to bring these characters back to life. Combine this with the 'Ichabod is framing the Horseman' hypothesis, and I believe we've revealed the series!

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