Posted - December 3, 2017
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Fables No. 10
Twilight of the Dogs
Snow isn't dead but she wakes up in the hospital six weeks later.
Going back a bit. This is the aftermath of Snow's shooting.
Goldilocks was not found.
War trials are starting at the Farm.
They're not like our trials which can drag on. They're like this.
Now for serious malefactors a full-on trial will be held.
Snow is finally out of the hospital.
Or rather, will be out.
Back in the Farm, guilty parties are to be executed.
The pigs, no surprise there, remember what they did to Colin? Or rather, what they allowed Goldilocks and the Bears to do.
Rose Red has been found not to be complicit with the rebellion as explained by Bigby.
Weyland has been taken off his farm duties.
Arms against the Adversary makes sense and Snow White is a very sensible woman.
The unsurprising explosive meeting between Red and Snow, many months after the shooting, brings up a very important point: Why is Snow still alive?
This is why.
It's not the same way with Rose Red.
Rose wants some equality and she has an idea on how to get it.
For starters Rose has solved the 'giants' problem by - with their consent - transforming them into the new three little pigs.
The dragon has been transformed to a fire-breathing crow.
The one thing that nobody's thinking about at this point is that if they ever do invade the Homelands, three giants and a dragon would really come in handy.
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