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If anyone is sacrificing themselves it would be Rumple. I don’t see Hook having to make the ultimate sacrifice. He already made it last season. Rumple has been a piece of crap ever since his sacrifice in 3A. Rumple should be the one to make the sacrifice, nobody else.
Your contradicting yourself. You’re saying Hook shouldn’t make the sacrifice because he did it last season, yet you’re say Rumple should make the sacrifice even though he already did it in 3A. Also, Hook’s sacrifice was to rectify the situation he created, Rumple’s sacrifice was to protect everyone from Pan. If you want to go on whose sacrifice was more noble, Rumple wins. Now that’s not to say Rumple wouldn’t be killed off, but you can’t discount one character from dying because they “already did it” yet include another character despite that same reason.
I don’t see Hook and Emma not getting a happy ending on this show. At all. They’ve clearly been built as “endgame” and they’re gonna get a happy ending. Otherwise what was the point of the entire S5 season?
“Built” is such a subjective word. CS are probably going to be endgame, it’s too late to change that at this point especially if season 6 or 7 is the last, but CS didn’t come about naturally. It was forced by the writers because certain vocal fans demanded it. A flashing neon sign would’ve been more subtle.
Personally in my opinion either Regina or Rumple will die before the show wraps. I’m leaning more towards Regina cause she’ll leave nothing behind whereas Rumple would be leaving a baby boy. The only way Regina will not die is if Zelena dies in her place and she will take full costody of Robyn.
If the show is looking for a death before it ends, it needs to be a big one. Zelena won’t cut it. We are easily looking at one of the big 3 (Emma, Regina or Rumple). Snowing are possible but less likely. Henry could die which would unite everyone but that could be considered a bit grim for a show supposedly about “hope”.
As for the murderer I say King George.
It won’t be King George. George is dead. He starved to death off-screen in the mines where Charming dumped him before jetting off to Neverland for a week without telling anyone about George being in the mines. What’s worse is both of George’s hands were tied so he wouldn’t have been able to do anything for himself.
All magic comes with a price!Keeper of Felix