October 22, 2013 in The Wolf Among Us, Video Games AWESOME! by FFSTV
Big Tom said on October 22, 2013
Show Starts at 18:30. great to see you guys!
12erwer said on October 22, 2013
Real show starts @ 18:29!
TheArtist93 said on October 22, 2013
Show starts @ around 18:15
flashce said on October 22, 2013
Starts at 18:30
Sylvirayne said on October 22, 2013
If I remember right, Snow White & Rose Red is a completely different story from Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. Confused me as a kid, too.
lloydie said on October 23, 2013
There is a Grimm’s fairy tale called “Snow-White and Rose-Red”, completely separate and different from the story of “Snow White and the Seven Dwarves”.
Snow White and Rose Red are two girls, sisters who live with their mom in a house in the woods. Snow is quiet and likes to stay inside, and Rose is wild and likes to play outside. One day, in the winter, a bear comes to their house, and they let him rest in front of the fire. He comes back every day, and they all become friends. After the winter, the bear leaves to go protect his treasure.
During the summer, Snow and Rose meet a dwarf in the forest. Each time they meet him, he’s in some sort of trouble, and each time they save him from the trouble, he yells at them rather than expressing gratitude. At the end of the summer, the girls encounter the dwarf AND the bear, and the dwarf tries to tell the bear to spare him and eat the girls instead. The bear kills him, and then magically turns into a prince (because apparently the dwarf had stolen his treasure, and that turned him into a bear for some reason). The prince ends up marrying Snow White, and his brother marries Rose Red. The end.
Sorry for the longish comment, but it’s my mum’s favorite fairy tale, and she read it to me a lot as a kid, so I just kinda felt the need to make it clear. :P
falmunction said on October 23, 2013
My question then would be… did they use they use the “and Rose-Red”-Version of Snow-White for the Fables character or did they mix both Snow-White together?
cressk said on October 23, 2013
probably the latter as they mixed the wolf stories already, and in the picture book it showed snow white with the dwarves. i guess their writing is specifically recognising that fables to exist in multiple forms, which I am sure became obvious to them as soon as they began researching for the game.
Evil Hamster said on October 23, 2013
In the Fables comic every snow white story is about the same snow white, so yes they have mixed them together.
Gothika13 said on October 23, 2013
For the Yellow Ribbon Girl story, it was in kid’s book series called mostly ‘In a Dark Dark Room and Other Scary Stories’ or similar titles retold by Alvin Schwartz. He would retell dark folklore stories for children
Savvy Navi said on October 23, 2013
also, the show for eversion starts at 2 hours 16 minutes
missblow said on October 23, 2013
Thank you Savvy Navi!
cholyerlow2 said on October 23, 2013
seriously? NO one in the chat corrected Fraser that toads are amphibians?
well you know chat, we don’t like to point out the obvious.
blashthumm said on October 23, 2013
in regards to bastardization of frash frash, What about “fresh ass”? :3
BluHawk007 said on October 23, 2013
Can we keep bone daddy all year round? Pwetty pwease? :3
LordPils said on November 8, 2013
Out of curiosity would anyone complain if I post the lore entry you get for choosing to not do the awesome thing Fraser did?
cressk said on November 9, 2013
i would imagine that would be OK because its past a point in the game where it would have been revealed,
LordPils said on November 9, 2013
This is the alternate lore entry instead of Bigby’s revenge you would have gotten Bigby’s Mercy.
In the days leading up to the Exodus, the Big Bad Wolf hunted armies of men and goblins in the Black Forest. These invading forces had driven off the great beast’s preferred quarry, and their own flesh was rotten with corruption — hardly a suitable replacement. He made it his game to destroy their camps, devour their night watchmen, and disrupt their supply trains while sparing their prisoners. One day he broke their ranks an discovered a particular woman they held captive. Her skin was white as snow, but her hair was dark as the night sky. He approached her, and she, knowing no sword could match the giant wolf’s power, bravely placed her shackles in the beast’s mouth. He freed her, but years would pass before the two met again in the mundy world.
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