Glad you like the idea man.
Also ya, sort of got that idea but am glad your reiterating it. Makes things clear that this is not the comics, so I dont feel as bad with changing things up on characters. Like, lol, making Reynard Fox more of a antagonist. Any way, below are my characters:
Name: Reynard Fox
Occupation: None: Currently a prisoner in The Farm
Fable: Many fox based fables, including Ausops Fables or western fables based upon the Reynard Cycle. More notably known amoung his fellow Animal Fables, for the tale "The Fox and the Sick Lion."
Age: Looks about 30, but when has age been as it seems in Fable Town?
Faceclaim: Adrian Brody
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Relationship Status: Single
Abilities: Heightened Senses, Known for his Great Cunning.
Weakness: High Pitched frequencies, Arrogance, Easy Attachment (Can easily like or even love someone if he leaves himself to emotionally vulnerable.) Requires a Glamour to fit among humans.
Reputation: Reynard has developed quite the reputation as a trickster, prankster and over all manipulator. As well as being a mentally unstable egotist. And despite his few good deeds, including having saved many of his fable animals. And having lead the animal fables into fleeing into the human world. His bad deeds, outweighed the few good deeds in many Fables eyes. Imprisoning him, for his potential to do harm.
Personality: As with Ausops tale, the Fox and The Grape. Reynard is a man, that does whatever it takes to obtain what he wants. And if he cant achieve it, he will proclaim the 'grapes' sour. As it is always easy to just say, it is bad or spoiled, when you cant get it. Reynard is a shining example, of a Sympathetic villain. Most would say he can even be a hero. He lies, he cheats, he does despicable things but only ever to survive, or do the right thing. Or so he would at least have you think. Reynard as a fox, is a survivor. But he is also selfish, cunning, and dangerous. Even if he has done good things in the past for his fellow animals, he has also done many bad things among them. Leaving mixed opinions about his personal character. Many of which both good and bad is true, though about as much is exaggerated.
Bio: Back in the Homeland there are many villains and heroes but, for the likes of Reynard Fox well.... He lay's somewhere in between. Often things are not as they seem but, he did gain himself a reputation upon deeds both good and terrible. A trickster, pranking others for fun as well as preying upon the ignorance of others for food or resource. It stands to reason that opinions of Reynard the Fox are well... Split. He is known for many tales. But most notably, here are a few. At a younger age, their king of the Valley, Lion had grown old and sickly. Calling upon the other animals, such as Toad, cat, Stork and so on. He told them that if they can tell him their greatest deeds, an animal among them will become the new king. However, Fox was clever. Waiting only to see, that paw prints always appeared to enter... But never leave. Fox warned the animals, and ever since none would enter. Letting their, 'king' die of hunger. Reynard would later be named King of the Foxes. And later on in his life, would help his fellow Animal fables flee from the Nothing. Cleverly tricking the nothings creatures that he would help them kill the Animals of the Valley for the scraps of his fellows. In the valley, there was a legend about Christmas pies miraculously appearing. He told the creatures that for three days, they should cook as many pies as they could and leave them for the inhabitants of the valley to feast upon out of ignorance. On the fourth day, they were to cook rocks into the pies so the animals would be too slow to flee. And on the fourth day, they all waited around a grove for the animals to eat the pies. Meanwhile, the animals, led by Reynard, escaped to find Sanctuary among the rebels of their world. Cooking the pies was nothing more, then a baseless distraction. Reynards good deeds were undeniable, but so were his bad. He was known for his trickery, ego and even known for out right murder. After fleeing into the mundane world of humans, the other Fables agreed that for his past deeds he should be imprisoned. As he stands as a danger to their way of life. Later on, when the farm was created he was taken to it. To live among criminals, as well as other Fables that can not afford a Glamour and appear human.
Likes: Many Luxuries, especially including fine dinning. (After all living as a scavenger leaves one gluttonous for finely serviced meals and leaves one to enjoy the pampering of others.) Enjoys tricking or outsmarting others, for many reasons. Could be the means of a good laugh or feeding his already inflated ego. It could also be to put some one he finds to be mean, evil or crude in their place. (Such as a figure of power, strength and totalitarian authority.) And yes, more often then not his trickery is a means of survival and self sufficiency. He also enjoys fulfilling his carnal desires, however he is more so a romantic at heart. (Thus a loyal lover.)
Dislikes: High pitched noises, like whistles. Stupidity, nothing makes him more annoyed or enraged then profound stupidity. Being embarrassed, humiliated or outsmarted. (Takes massive offense to being outsmarted!) And Wolves. Especially his arch nemesis, Insengram the Wolf. (Whom has for some time been unaccounted for.)
Name: Woody Garland. (AKA the Woodsmen from Red Riding hood, and Huntsmen from Snow White.)
Occupation: Deputy/ Former drunkard
Age: Appears around 40
Faceclaim: Chriss Hemsworth
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Relationship Status: Single, known for alchohol giving him a temper as well as it giving him abusive tendencies. that reputation makes him very much unnatractive as a partner.
Abilities: Like any fable he is resilient, with a minor healing factor. Although much like Bigby he has shown to be much more resilient then most, healing easily from even a two story fall. He is physically strong, and a good fist fighter, allowing him to over power most. However if beings like Bigby were to move into any of their bigger or stronger forms he can easily find himself outmatched. His only real asset as a fighter is his Ax. Which has some mystical qualities, such as giving Woody an almost symbiotic and emotional connection with it.
Weakness: He is as mortal as your common fable. He can take twice the beating as one but, in the end he can still die just as easily. Well... As easy as it is to kill a fable. (Which in the end is pretty difficult without chopping off a head.) Weak minded; Woody is a recovering drunkard, driven by the guilt of his bastard past and the pain of being a hero who doesn't deserve his renown. His will is somewhat weak as a result. Meaning he can easily be manipulated by a clever tongue, especially when ones words utilizes Woody's own guilt, Empathy for others or his care for his own friends. Further he has little mental resistance to mind based spells.
Reputation: Hailed as a hero back in the Homeland for facing the likes of Bigby, and refussing to kill Snow White. Now a days, he does have a reputation as a drunkard and mean bastard. However, since he has become Bigby's deputy he has gone nearly sober, even loosing a lot of his attitude. Even then, there is kind of a stigma against him for much of his past actions. Leaving him socially as a washed up hero.
Personality: At first glance, The Woodsman seems to fill in the role of the stereotypical town drunk; he is seldom sober, he is violent and impulsive, and is without a qualm in his beating of others. However, since he has become the Deputy of Bigby, he does show some signs of intelligence and rationality. Woody can be honest and direct to people when he admits that he did something wrong, he is also sympathetic and helpful. He recognizes that he can be an ass hole, he even dislikes a lot of the wrong that he has done. Hell, he is even up front to very close friends, that he first intended on robbing Little red's grandma, he only found Bigby there and fought him out of impulse. He no longer drinks as much, and tries not to be as aggressive as his past has shown. But this new found sobriety does not eliminate the stigma he has grown among his fellow fables. However, the newfound respect he has for his former rival Bigby, and his willingness to be a better man are undeniable. Right now he is trying to live up to his fame, do the right thing and prove;if not to others, then himself. That he is a hero.
Bio: Under construction
Likes: Alcohol, though in a very limited amount these days. His past of literally drowning himself in booz are over, and was only due to hating himself for being revered as a hero, when really he was just a selfish guy in the right place at the wrong time- A good brawl. He honestly loves fighting, it's fun and it allows him to unleash his darker side. At least now days he fights at the side of the law, and with a bit more self control. - Snow white.... He wont lie, he has kind of a fondness for her. He did end up with Little red for some time after saving her but really, he always was infatuated by Snow. She was sweet, beautiful, and didnt deserve to die. It's why in spite of possibly the best pay day he would ever dream of, he let the girl live. She may not be as uh... Sweet, and naive as when he first met her but she is still just as beautiful. Hed never give himself the illusion of him and her being together but he would always enjoy her company, as well trust her judgement, even blindly so.
Dislikes: Scumbags. A really asinine thing to say but, people that are truly mean, despicable or feckless make him mad because to him it is like a mirror to his past. Abuse and violence towards women. He has admittedly, been very rough to the dames. It was mainly out of a short temper, and near constant drunken stupor. In reality he is very empathetic, and doesn't like it when others hurt women.