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|Relatives|| Scarlet Robe (Spouse)|
Hero of Oakvale (Son)
Hero of Southcliff (Descendant)
Hero of Bowerstone (Descendant)
Hero of Brightwall (Descendant)
|Last Appearance|| Fable: The Journey|
- "Hmm, I tell you what. I'll give you a gold piece for each good deed you do around Oakvale."
- — Brom
Having been a woodsman from Oakvale, he nursed Scarlet Robe back to health after she ended up injured in an attack by twelve Balverines. The couple later married, and had two children: Theresa and the Hero of Oakvale.
Fable and Fable: The Lost ChaptersEdit
At the beginning of the games, Brom puts in his best effort to lead his son on the path of good. He rewards his son with a gold piece for every good deed he performs around Oakvale. Since the gold pieces are necessary to buy Theresa a birthday gift, the Hero of Oakvale has the option to be good or evil. Upon receiving the birthday gift, Theresa senses something is wrong, and the bandits begin their invasion. Soon after, in the cut-scene, it is mentioned that Brom had been killed in the bandit raid on Oakvale, while trying to protect his family.
After Oakvale is rebuilt, a statue of Brom is erected in the town's Memorial Garden, in his memory. A grave can also be found in Lychfield Graveyard that states, "Brom, who lost his life and family in a bandit attack."
When the Hero of Bowerstone first enters the Chamber of Fate, a painting depicts the bandit raid that occurred on Oakvale. It reveals Brom being murdered by a masked man with a red hood, assumed to be Jack of Blades.
Later on, when the player travels through Wraithmarsh, the ruins of Oakvale, there is a grave that can be found. It reads, "Brom. Perished in the bandit attack.".
Fable: The JourneyEdit
Theresa mentions that her father fell first in the village raid.
- "Daydreaming again, were you? Just like your mother; mind always wandering."
- — Brom after he wakes up his son
- "Well done, lad. Here's your reward for those good deeds."
- — Brom (if the Hero chooses to be good)
- Brom was likely a very good person. Not only did he fight to the death while defending his family, but he also tried his best to start the Hero off on the path of good, giving him gold every time the Hero performed a good deed.