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(Typing this as fast as I can because I’m watching the cake that’s in the oven.)
I agree with almost everything you said, the only thing is….I guess I can understand Regina’s frustration in wanting to change her history. She’s tired…she’s exhausted….personally I think a long break out of Storybrooke would do her a lot of good, something I predict happening in the winter finale. Regina just leaving Storybrooke all together, and it’s actually gonna be Henry to rewrite History.
I’m talking about, had Regina just given up and not cast the Dark Curse. Sooner or later, Zelena would have popped up in the Enchanted Forest with her change the past agenda, and more than likely would have used Emma(who would have been a baby, thus the Innocent) as her curse. And Zelena would have more than likely succeeded.
11. Regina was telling the truth about her feeling like a prisoner, as she told the same thing to Tinkerbelle in Quite A Common Fairy 3×03.
12. When we take it all the way back to the beginning….who had the first chance to kill who…Regina. She could have easily killed Snow White right after Leopold, but instead she sent Graham to do it. And when we bring it down to who had the last chance…Regina again, when she put Snow White’s heart back in her chest. Between sparing….Regina’s spared the Charmings more so than they have her, and the main reason Regina didn’t succeed was because she’d rather put on a show such as burning Snow at the stake and beheading Charming rather than just flicking her wrist and snapping their neck.
13. No matter how anyone wants to say it…Snow White is the cause of Daniel’s death. Do I think Daniel’s death was inevitable, yes it was whether Snow told or not, because Cora would have eventually found Regina unless Regina and Daniel went to another realm. But Snow White sure did speed up the inevitable by snitching on Regina. Cora was manipulative, but a secret is a secret, and Snow White knew what a secret was! I’ve got friends whose secrets I’m still keeping from their parents till this day….Snow White was just too gullible and naïve. So Daniel’s death is Snow White’s fault, and Cora’s death is definitely Snow’s fault…both of which I’m glad she acknowledged. Snow White never thinks of consequences, and the apple didn’t fall too far from the tree with Emma…but Emma is at least a lot brighter than her parents thank god.
14. I’m sorry, but when the crown is on Regina’s head…she’s the Queen! She makes the rules! The Villagers broke them! The villagers helped a fugitive, and thus they had to pay the price. NO one spoke up…had one person spoke up, Regina probably would have left. But no….they chose to go down for Snow White! Even when Regina gave the order to kill, any person in their right mind would have immediately spoke up to sell out Snow! And for poor villagers, heck, they needed the money to feed their families! They should have spoke up, and the same goes for Marian.
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