|Relationships|| Wilma (Former wife)|
Hero of Brightwall (Fiancée, if evil)
|First Appearance||Fable III - A Marriage of Inconvenience|
|Last Appearance||Fable III|
|Status|| Alive (if good or evil)|
Deceased (if neutral)
Vincent is a character in Fable III. He is the abusive husband of Wilma, a woman who wishes to divorce him. If she does that, however, she will lose half of her fortune. During the quest, A Marriage of Inconvenience, she asks the Hero to seduce him in order to divorce Vincent and keep her fortune.
After Vincent has been seduced and serves Wilma the divorce papers, she reveals her cunning plan to him. Vincent then proposes that the Hero of Brightwall kill his wife so that he and the Hero inherit all of her money and can be together. The Hero then has the choice of leaving the house and allowing Wilma to divorce her husband without losing any money; killing Wilma and marrying Vincent, thus inheriting all of her money; killing Vincent; or killing them both. None of the outcomes are considered to be a crime by the guards, but the villager deaths will be added to your statistics.
- If the Hero has children with Vincent, they will wear lower middle class clothing like the children of Bowerstone Industrial, despite the fact that Vincent dresses like a noble, as the dress of children is based solely on the hometown of your spouse.
- Vincent only appears if the Hero is female. If the Hero is male, he is replaced by Veronica, the abusive wife of William.
- In the moments after the Hero kisses Vincent on the bridge, he comments that the hero "must have done that before" or that they just have "amazing instincts." This mirrors Hammer's dialogue when she sees the Hero of Bowerstone killing hollow men for the first time, and is almost a word-for-word reiteration of her lines.
- If the player divorces Vincent, he will wander around Brightwall and cannot be interacted with.