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Card King. Soft toy. Carded Lady. Centuries ago in the Homelands , Bigby was born, part of a litter of seven pups to Winter Wolf after being courted by the powerful North Wind, inheriting several of his father's abilities.
He remained at her side for two seasons but - due to his father's temperament - he was drawn back towards his castle, leaving Winter heartbroken.
As the runt of the litter, Bigby was often teased by his brothers, however Winter was particularly fond of him whom she personally loved and cared for greatly.
When his mother died tragically, his brothers left in search of their father and Bigby remained behind to protect her corpse from scavengers.
Unfortunately, he proved unable to defend her due to his small size. Fueled by his loss, Bigby personally swore vengeance, vowing to eat something bigger as each day passed starting from small insects to humans until he became large and strong enough to confront his father.
Seven times he journeyed to Wind's castle to kill him, and seven times was he proved no match for the elemental might of his father.
Accepting defeat, Bigby shoved aside his futile attempts to avenge his mother and burying his hatred and grief, he later became renowned as 'The Big Bad Wolf' of legend.
Colin stated that Bigby 'ate a lot of people back in his day'. He antagonized the three little pigs and terrorized Little Red Riding Hood, attempting to devour her but was stopped by the Woodsman who cut him open and filled him up with stones.
The two came to form a bitter, centuries old rivalry. Upon approaching her, Bigby destroyed her shackles and chains, freeing her from captivity.
Bigby had great amusement in the women as she was not as terrified of the wolf as the other captives, enough the take a sword to defend herself if the wolf were to attack.
Bigby then ran off to continue attacking the Adversary. After fleeing the Homelands, Bigby spent many years wandering Europe which was mainly an area called the Black Forest.
But - due to his dark past and actions - several Fables were hesitant to trust him, thus banning him from ever setting foot on the Farm.
The story begins with Bigby sitting in a cab driving to Toad's apartment. When he arrives, he catches Toad without his glamour on.
After a brief discussion, Toad tells Bigby about the Woodsman's drunken and destructive behavior. However, he and Toad also hear a girl trying to defend herself from the Woodsman.
The Sheriff then goes upstairs to solve the matter. When Bigby enters the Woodsman's apartment, he finds the man slapping the same girl and quickly pounces on and restrains him.
A violent confrontation breaks out between the two rivals and ends with Bigby as the victor, breaking Woodsman's jaw in the process.
The sheriff then questions the girl, a prostitute who refuses to reveal her identity, but claims the Woodsman was hitting her because she didn't recognize him.
The Woodsman stands up, insulting both the girl and Bigby, who tackles him out of the window and onto Toad's car. The Woodsman is quick to recover and grabs Bigby, shoving him against a sign and strangling him.
Before he can draw out Bigby's true form, the unknown girl attacks him with his own axe, incapacitating him.
After she searches the Woodsman for money and comes up empty-handed, the girl and Bigby make conversation and Bigby remarks that he feels like they have met before.
He can then choose to give her money to make up for what she should have received from the Woodsman, and she thanks him for his help regardless.
Still, in need of a statement about the assault, he asks her to come to the business office at the Woodlands , but she offers to meet him at his apartment instead.
She then gives him a kiss on the cheek, telling him he isn't as bad as people say he is before departing.
Returning home to the Woodlands, Bigby encounters Beauty outside the building, hiding in the shrubbery.
She claims not to have expected anyone to pass by and asks Bigby to not tell Beast that he saw her. After he either promises to keep her secret or not, Bigby enters the building and immediately encounters Beast, who asks about his wife.
Bigby can then choose whether or not to tell Beast about Beauty before returning to his apartment. Once inside, Bigby finds Colin sleeping on his couch.
The two converse about their past and the night's events, and Colin notes that Bigby is feared throughout the community. The conversation can take various turns, with Colin criticizing Bigby's harsh attitude and noting that life is easier with friends.
After either giving or refusing Colin a drink, Bigby falls asleep on the couch. Bigby wakes later to the sound of someone knocking on the door.
Assuming it is the girl, he instead finds Snow White , who urgently tells Bigby to follow her outside. She leads him to the front steps of the building, where there rests an object covered by a coat; Bigby uncovers it and finds it to be the severed head of the mysterious girl.
Horrified, he notes that this is the first murder Fabletown has witnessed in many years and suggests investigating the area. After quickly scouting the courtyard, he parts ways with Snow at her suggestion to take the head to Doctor Swineheart.
Returning to the business office sometime later, Bigby finds Snow having an argument with Ichabod Crane , who berates the both of them for failing to protect Fabletown from the unknown murderer.
Ordering them to solve the crime "quickly and quietly", Crane departs for his morning massage leaving Snow and Bigby to their investigation.
Snow suggests they look through the Book of Fables for clues as to the victim's identity, and Bigby briefly consults the Magic Mirror before Bufkin returns with the research material.
Looking at the Book of Fables, Bigby notices a symbol that is similar to one found on a ring recovered from the girl's mouth.
With help from Bufkin, they discover the identity of the girl: Donkeyskin, or Faith, of the family Allerleirauh.
They learn of her difficult past with her incestuous father and her eventual marriage to a prince named Lawrence. With help from the Magic Mirror, Bigby finds that her father is long dead, and sees Lawrence sitting in an unknown room with a bloody knife at his feet.
He and Snow decide to investigate, but just as they are about to leave, Toad calls about someone breaking into the Woodsman's apartment.
Bigby is left with the choice of going to Toad or Lawrence's place first. If Bigby and Snow visit Toad's place first, they see a man through the hole in the Woodsman's apartment.
Entering the building to investigate, Bigby finds nothing. They then hear Toad telling his son T.
Inside, Toad tries to get Bigby and Snow to leave, but Bigby is suspicious and investigates Toad's apartment while Snow distracts T.
Bigby eventually discovers that Toad was caught in a scuffle with Tweedledum , who assaulted him for an item that the Woodsman supposedly had. If Bigby and Snow visit Toad's place second, Toad accuses Bigby of treating him, and many other fables, as "trivial".
Bigby and Snow then find Faith's trademark donkey skin in Toad's chimney with an apology note to Lawrence inside. At Prince Lawrence's place, Bigby and Snow find him seemingly dead of a gunshot wound.
Investigating, Bigby discovers a bloodstained suicide note written by Lawrence, as well as a note from Faith, sleeping pills, and the bloody knife seen earlier.
Snow observes Lawrence briefly and realizes he is alive, but barely. If the two chose to visit Lawrence second, they are too late to save him, and he apologizes to Faith before dying.
If they chose to visit Lawrence first, they are able to resuscitate and question him, before speaking to him about Faith. Bigby can choose to break the news in a variety of ways, but regardless, Lawrence is able to determine the truth of his wife's fate.
Bigby and Snow then encounter Tweedledee either by hearing him break into the apartment, or finding him in the closet, depending on the order of visited locations.
Upon being discovered, Tweedledee flees and Bigby gives chase, managing to corner him in an alleyway. Bigby interrogates Dee, and in some instances is directed to the Trip Trap Bar before Dee's brother Tweedledum knocks him out.
Snow later wakes Bigby and they leave for either Toad's apartment or the Trip Trap. The two eventually take a taxi to the Trip Trap together, discussing the failings of the social systems in Fabletown, with Snow expressing helplessness at the state of the borough.
Bigby can choose to dissuade or encourage her toward changing things, altering Snow's feelings toward him.
They then arrive at the bar, located in a dangerous area, and Snow leaves Bigby to do his work while she returns to the business office.
Heading inside, Bigby is irritably received by the bartender Holly and patron Gren. The two refuse to cooperate when asked about the Woodsman's whereabouts, claiming they have not seen him, only for him to emerge from the restroom.
While shocked at Bigby's presence, the Woodsman does not run, but sullenly tells Bigby that he is through fighting. Bigby vaguely asks about the murder and the Woodsman misunderstands, confessing that he had originally planned to rob Red Riding Hood and her grandmother before his and Wolf's famous confrontation.
When told about Faith's death, the Woodsman panics and pleads innocence, though Bigby had his doubts. Gren, furious with Bigby for favoring the "rich fucks" at the Woodlands and ignoring the needs of the other fables, swears at him and insults Snow White.
Bigby retaliates, and Gren reverts to his fable form, starting a fight. While Bigby is initially outmatched, he transforms into his half-wolf form as the fight ensues, and is eventually dominates Gren.
After being victorious, Bigby can choose to tear Gren's arm off or not. He then demands a drink from Holly to calm down and reverts back to human form.
Tweedledee arrives, offering money to anyone with information on Faith, and is shocked to find Bigby there. He attempts to escape, as does the Woodsman, and Bigby chooses one to arrest as the other flees.
Taking his catch back to the Woodlands, Bigby finds a group of mundy police gathered around the building's front gates.
After cuffing his arrest to a lamppost, he enters the crime scene and, to his horror, finds the severed head of Snow White on the front steps.
Bigby is interrogated by a Detective of the NYPD, but is reluctant to answer her questions directly. Suddenly, Brannigan and the officers monitoring the interview pass out, and Ichabod Crane enters the room, bearing the box of evidence gathered from the crime scene.
He explains that he used an expensive memory wiping spell to incapacitate everyone in the precinct, and none of them will remember the events of the past twenty-four hours.
The two then flee the scene, and Crane waxes poetic about Snow with varying responses from Bigby as they head back to the Woodlands Building. In the basement, Bigby and Crane meet with Bluebeard , who is interrogating Bigby's arrest.
Bigby can either be diplomatic or violent with the prisoner, which results in either negative or positive reaction from Bluebeard and vice-versa from Crane.
Snow White then enters the basement, revealing that she has been alive all along. Snow takes Bigby to the business office to speak with Toad and his son.
Snow had received a call from Toad while Bigby was away and managed to recover the body while he was in police custody. After Bigby questions T. Bigby finds that the body is glamoured, but the spell is cheap and faulty, indicated by imprecise clothing and physical blemishes.
As Crane arrives, Bigby discovers a glamour tube in the woman's pocket and opens it, revealing a photograph of Snow and a lock of her hair inside.
The glamour then dissipates, revealing the woman to be a female troll. They determine it must be Lily , Holly's sister, and travel to the Trip Trap to inform and question the latter.
There, they find Jack annoying Holly and Gren, and immediately become the subjects of his attention. After dealing with Jack's taunts and pushy behavior, Bigby informs Holly of Lily's death.
Bigby and Snow appeal to the devastated Holly, and she informs them that Lily worked at Georgie Porgie 's strip club, the Pudding and Pie.
Visiting the club, Bigby confronts Georgie about Lily, but the man refuses to cooperate or offer any information.
Georgie's worker Hans lets slip about a client record book, though Georgie denies its existence. Bigby persists, taking Georgie's cricket bat and threatening to destroy the club.
Eventually, either with Georgie's help or by discovering it himself, Bigby accesses the club's floor safe and finds the Pudding and Pie record book.
He discovers that Lily had an appointment with a "Mr. Smith" in Room the night before, but Georgie claims to not have any more information.
Bigby then meets with Nerissa , a stripper at the club. While willing to help, she is unable to speak directly due to her employment's magical policies.
Instead, she offers to make an appointment with Bigby and gets a key to Room , directing him to the Open Arms Hotel. Walking next door to the Open Arms, where the girls from Georgie's club meet with their clients, Bigby finds Beauty working the front desk.
Beauty reveals she took the job in order to pay rent and begs Bigby not to say anything to Beast, claiming she will tell him in her own time. She takes him upstairs and, at his demand, tries to open Room , but finds her key doesn't work in the lock.
Suddenly, Beast appears at the end of the hall, misunderstanding Bigby and Beauty's presence there to signal an affair between the two.
Enraged, Beast attacks Bigby, and the in the midst of the scuffle the two break down the door to Room There they discover a gruesome murder scene: a bed covered in flowers and blood, a medieval costume, a bitten apple, and an earmarked book about the mundy version of Snow White.
Bigby deduces that "Mr. Smith" has a fixation on Snow White, and came here with Lily in order to live out his fantasies of being with her.
Bigby then finds an envelope containing photos of Snow, one including himself. The final picture shocks both Bigby and Beauty: Crane having intercourse with Lily glamoured as Snow, reenacting Snow's deep sleep.
Enraged beyond composure, Bigby storms through the Open Arms, fearful for Snow's safety. When he discovers the phone is broken, Beast tells him that Snow might be at the Buckingham Bridge, attending Lily's funeral.
As Bigby leaves, Beauty warns him that Snow has been through a lot and that he should break the news to her gently, as the revelation will be even worse for her.
Arriving at the Buckingham Bridge, Bigby find Snow giving a eulogy for Lily to a funeral congregation of Holly, Gren, Vivian , Nerissa, and if he was saved previously , Lawrence.
Holly meets Bigby with open hostility, exclaiming he wasn't invited and blaming him for Lily's body being thrown down the Witching Well.
Snow quickly defends him and after the initial tension subsides, goes to speak with him privately. Bigby reveals Crane's actions to Snow, to her horror and disgust.
As the two consider how to handle the situation, Nerissa approaches and asks that Snow be present for the next part of the ceremony.
Standing back to allow them space, Bigby is suddenly approached from behind by the Tweedles, who threaten him with shotguns.
The two demand that Bigby stop searching for Crane, and threaten to harm Snow if he doesn't comply.
Holly then spots them and furiously demands that they leave. The confrontation quickly escalates, and a fight breaks out as Holly, Gren and Bigby attack the Tweedles.
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