A peasant child finds out about the heroic past of the child's family. Once old enough, the hero decides to reclaim his or hers heritage.
24 October 2008 (Netherlands)
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In the end of the game, if you choose love, you receive a letter from Rose, your sister. It refers to her being in a place filled with trees, with a man in a cloak who's name she forgot and who's face she never saw. That hooded scary man is in fact the Oldest Hero, Scythe. His name has been forgotten because he has lived for so long, as the "Time of Heroes" has now passed. It has been confirmed that Scythe is the "hooded figure" mentioned in the Letter from Rose. This adds credibility to the idea that Scythe could be William Black, as Rose states in her letter that "he says he knows our family". Meaning either that as an Archon of the old kingdom he is of the same bloodline and so an ancestor of Rose and the Hero of Bowerstone, or referencing the fact that Scythe knew the Hero of Oakvale from Fable. She also writes "I think he's a king or something", a reference to his reign as Archon. See more
The player is told to check on a guard who is watching the construction sight on the upper levels, but must go down several flights of stairs to reach the construction site. See more
The world outside these marvellous walls is a corrupt, rotting husk. Reason is absent. Instead of order, there is only chaos. Chaos does not punish evil nor reward righteousness. Chaos cuts innocent lives short and we're to accept this as fate. I beg to differ. You stand in the centre of a great instrument of change. With it, I shall remake the world, and my creation shall be unrecognizable in its perfection. But my will alone is not sufficient for such a monumental task. It is only through ...