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| The Tailor's Tragedy|
|Source||Bowerstone North house|
|Related Quests||Book Collection|
Contents of BookEdit
This is a play by Philipth Morley, Albions most celebrated dramatist. The title's tailor is a young man from far away lands who washes up on the shores of Oakvale after the merchant ship he is traveling in is torn apart by storms. Thanks to the generosity of the townspeople, he is able to open a store, and the outlandish style of his suits and dresses soon make him a success. He eventually marries a beautiful girl and dies a happy old man surrounded by loving children. The title is thought to be a misprint.
In Fable: TLC and Fable Anniversary, this book can be donated to the school in Bowerstone South as part of the Book Collection quest. Once donated, Mr. Gout, the headmaster, arranges a reading from a passage of the play.
Passage from the scene, (as written by Morley), performed in "Book Collection"Edit
Billy (as the young man): What strange land is this to which the storm my body has delivered-surely, heaven it is and I be dead, for as in a dream, I saw a ship from 'neath me by the waves felt death's fowl kiss. But hush now, who comes here?
[Another student approaches]
Other student (as beautiful girl): Truly my eyes do deceive me for I thought I saw some strange thing move by the wreck of the shore.
Billy (as the young man): Now I know that I be really dead, for in this land do angles tread.
Mr. Gout: That's "angels," Billy, not "angles."
- This story is referenced by the Wraithmarsh Demon Door in Fable II. He thought it too whimsical for such an occasion.
A History of the Guild • A Love Story • Arban's Thaumaturgica • Book of Spells • Creatures of the North • Dusty Notebook • Eyes of a Killer • Jack of Blades • Making Friends • Scrawled Parchment • Sisters' Diary • The Arena • The Balverine Slayer • The Bloodline • The Dragons • The Guild of Zeroes • The Hierarchy of Weapons • The Northern Wastes • The Oakvale Raid • The Old Kingdom • The Other Land • The Pale Balverine • The Repentant Alchemist • The Rotten Apple • The Sock Method • The Story of 'X' • The Tailor's Tragedy • The Tale of Maxley • The Tale of Twinblade • The Trials of Aarkan • The Trigamist • The Ugly Guide • Theresa's Letter • Three Haikus by Miko the Bard • Windbreaker Rule Book • You Are Not a Bad Person A Hero's Journey (I, II, III) • Creatures of Albion (I, II, III)