Inktober 2017, 7/31: The Lioness
A CONTROVERSY prevailed among the beasts of the field as to which of the animals deserved the most credit for producing the greatest number of whelps at a birth. They rushed clamorously into the presence of the Lioness and demanded of her the settlement of the dispute. “And you,” they said, “how many sons have you at a birth?” The Lioness laughed at them, and said: “Why! I have only one; but that one is altogether a thoroughbred Lion.”
The value is in the worth, not in the number.

– Aesop’s Fables, translated by George Fyler Townsend

Inktober 2017, 6/31: The Mischievous Dog
A DOG used to run up quietly to the heels of everyone he met, and to bite them without notice. His master suspended a bell about his neck so that the Dog might give notice of his presence wherever he went. Thinking it a mark of distinction, the Dog grew proud of his bell and went tinkling it all over the marketplace. One day an old hound said to him: “Why do you make such an exhibition of yourself? That bell that you carry is not, believe me, any order of merit, but on the contrary a mark of disgrace, a public notice to all men to avoid you as an ill mannered dog.”
Notoriety is often mistaken for fame.

– Aesop’s Fables, translated by George Fyler Townsend

So there is talk that the ex-employees of Lionhead studios are keen to collaborate with other studios to make Fable IV. So why we NEED this to happen:

1. Reaver explanation, and his relation to the destruction of Oakvale

2. What happens to Logan after III because he delivers a REALLY sinister speech prior to leaving the King/Queen for the last time

3. The fate of Aurora, and why Theresa was so adamant about it in Fable II’s DLC See The Future more than anything else.

4. The significance of the music box

5. Why Sabin wanted it

6. The Shadow Court, and if it is somehow linked with the Darkness


8. The history of Driftwood, because there’s potential there. Because the Spire is so close by, could something happen?

9. The history of the Dragonstompers

10.  Samarkand

11. Why people can transform into balverines

12. Demon doors/planets and the magic of

13. Pirates

14. Temple of Light and the Temple of Shadows

15. The Reliquary

16. (I know there’s probably more stuff i’ve missed) 

Inktober 2017, 5/31: The Swallow and The Crow
THE SWALLOW and the Crow had a contention about their plumage. The Crow put an end to the dispute by saying, “Your feathers are all very well in the spring, but mine protect me against the winter.”
Fair weather friends are not worth much.
– Aesop’s Fables, translated by George Fyler Townsend