The Big Bad Wolf is a famous villain in various fairy tales, notably The Three Little Pigs, Little Red Riding Hood, and The Boy Who Cried Wolf. He is a big wolf who eats animals and people, and his most famous ability is to use his breath to blow down houses if they are not strong enough.
The Three Little PigsEdit
The Big Bad Wolf is following the three pigs and wants to eat them. One pig builds his house out of straw, the second out of sticks, and the third out of bricks. The Big Bad Wolf comes to the first pig and asks to come in, wanting to eat him, but when the pig refuses, the angry wolf blows down the house and the pig runs off, and the wolf next visits the second pig and blows down his house as well, and the two pigs go to their brothers house. The Big Bad Wolf follows thema nd threatens to blow down the third pigs house but fails to do so, but the wolf is unwilling to give up and jumps down the chimmey and into the pot. His fate varies depending on the version. In some he is cooked alive, but in more friendly versions the wolf jumps up the chimmey and runs away.
Little Red Riding HoodEdit
The Big Bad Wolf stalks Little Red Riding Hood, who is bringing food for her grandmother. The Big Bad Wolf confronts her and tricks her into going into a longer direction and the wolf takes a short cut and gets to the grandmothers house first. He breaks in and attacks the grandmother and kiills her and steals her clothing and puts them on. When Little Red Riding Hood gets to the house, she thinks the Wolf is her grandmother. When she notices his sharp teeth, the wolf attacks and eats her as well. However, the huntsman saves Riding Hood and cuts the wolf open, releasing the little girl.
The Boy Who Cried WolfEdit
There was a boy who wanted attention so he lied to the town repeatedly by saying the Big Bad Wolf was attacking his flock, so they decided to ignore him. However, the Big Bad Wolf did show up one day and he cried for help, but the town thought he was lying again and refused to help. By the time the town did come, the wolf had killed the boys flock of sheep and had run away.