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    As we all know Daniel has agreed to drink coffee if Neal has anything what to do with neverland. It seems by the end of the year we will know for sure but what things so far have made major points with the neal in neverland theory. So maybe we can gather enough evidence to confirm this before the finale. I know there are a lot of theory threads about this, but I was thinking this be more of a ok all of these events may add up to this, being neal in neverland outcome.

    All I could think of is….
    Neal saying that this world wasn’t his first stop plus the whole I would be 250 years old thing 2×15
    The Hook saying the look of the Lost Boys 2×06
    Neal knowing Hook 2×15
    Blue Fairy and the bean 1×19
    Neal sailing Hook’s ship 2×15
    Neal using pirate sword 2×16
    Hook stating “Maybe that boy doesn’t want to be found” Referring to Bae 2×12
    Hook going to Neverland 2×04

    Try to provide episode numbers if u can, lets see how many hints we can get on this before the finale

    Keeper of Swanfire's dream catcher, the Blue Fairy Plot Device, the contact name "Her", the lanyards, the trigger, the Netherworld room and necklace, Charming's quote on Thanksgiving, and PP's pic of Henry
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    if Neal didn’t go to Neverland there would have had to have been another world that prevents people from aging, that Hook would have also needed to go to, where learning to sail a ship and fight with a pirate would have been something do. It just seems like a lot to overcome I don’t see how we get to the finale and we learn about the OTHER land where people don’t age to me it’s pretty cut and dry.

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    Neal really knows to handle a sword. Peter Pan had a sword right?

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    @obisgirl wrote:

    Neal really knows to handle a sword. Peter Pan had a sword right?

    Yup. And pretty sure it was a cutlass, which was common in naval fighting. As in, on a boat. :) Daniel, get ready to drink coffee.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cutlass

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    #181254
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    Tallahassee – 2×6
    Emma says, “Where to, Neverland?” To Neal.

    Also, Peter Pan glides on the water with a swan under each foot when they’re on their way to Neverland :-D

    Throughout season 1 and 2: Rumple is called a coward by many, including his son. It is one of the last things Bae said to him going through the portal in “The Return”.
    Peter Pan says, “Coward!?! No one calls Pan a coward and lives!” Peter has a great aversion to this accusation!

    Keeper Nealfire's/Bae's scarf, Henry and Neal's bribery ice cream sundae, Baelfire's sword, the coconut map, and more.
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    @CrownedWithLaurels wrote:

    Tallahassee – 2×6
    Emma says, “Where to, Neverland?” To Neal.

    Also, Peter Pan glides on the water with a swan under each foot when they’re on their way to Neverland :-D

    AHHHHHHH. That’s an excellent catch. Oh Nealfire Pan and Swanfire! :)

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    I think it would make sense if Neal was a Lost Boy because he became an orphan as soon as he was sucked into the portal.

    I’m hoping if Peter Pan shows up later, he is neither Bae or Hook but someone else entirely different.

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    A lot of people think that because Neal knows how to sail a pirate ship that must mean he’s a pirate. But in the Disney cartoon, Peter Pan himself captained the Jolly Roger from Neverland as he flew Wendy and her brothers back to London.

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    @slurpeez108 wrote:

    A lot of people think that because Neal knows how to sail a pirate ship that must mean he’s a pirate. But in the Disney cartoon, Peter Pan himself captained the Jolly Roger from Neverland as he flew Wendy and her brothers back to London.

    Thanks for the the little preview :D

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    Here’s another big hint from “Child of the Moon” (2×07), which fairy dust posted back in November:
    http://oncepodcast.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=58&t=2076

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