Hm. I’m not particularly buying that at the moment, simply because they are still calling Emma “The Saviour”. That means her role is not done, at least in my eyes. If she’s being called the Saviour just because she’s going to save her son, then all the rest – Hook, Snowing, Rumple, Regina – should be called saviours as well.
Which is why I also said it’s probably more about marketing. Weren’t they labeling Rumple as “A Wizard” at one point? It was all, “There’s a Saviour, a Pirate, a Wizard,” etc. Labels to make them sound like a team of heroes, and Emma’s label always has been, always will be, “Saviour”.
Oh the irony – PP locked Bae up even though he was going to have Henry in the future. I wonder how Bae left Neverland?
I think PP let Bae leave at just the right time so he’d be able to meet up with Emma, because PP got clued in that Bae was gonna be the baby daddy of the kid in the picture.
Seriously though, I really think her role hasn’t ended. She has that magic for something – it hasn’t really been utilised yet. It wouldn’t surprise me if she turns out to be stronger than PP, Rumple and Regina.
Like RG said, Emma is more powerful than the lot of them put together. We’ll for sure see her learning exactly what her magic is all about, and how to use it. I expect that’ll be an ongoing journey for her, for however long the show lasts.
P.S. Does anyone know how I can break up a quote so that I can write responses in between sentences?
You just need to put the quote tags around whatever text you wanna quote. So: [ quote]TEXT[/ quote] (without the spaces before the q’s, had to put those in so the code shows up).