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Wow. You’ve really thought that through!
We way over think everything around here. It’s how we roll. Welcome to the madness. 😆
Some speculated maybe the Shadow is a separate entity that took over Pan
Or even that the Shadow is a previous “Pan”. If the Wraith could maybe be a previous Dark One that Rumple could summon, maybe it works the same with the Shadow of the previous Pan, (though we don’t even know yet if there’s been more than one Pan…this particular theory relates to how PP traditionally carries a dagger, which Rumple also has, so maybe they’re similar beings).
As for Emma, I do not believe her job as “Savior” is done, because we have not hit the “final battle” of the prophecy. I don’t think we will until the end of the series.
I’ve recently started thinking that the “final battle” is gonna be whatever goes down with PP trying to kill Henry, and Rumple trying to sacrifice himself to save Henry, and Henry ultimately exhibiting some sort of magic of his own that makes both of the baddie’s dark powers go *POOF*. PP thinks his prize in this deal is gonna be bonus power. Rumple thinks he’s gonna die. But really, the prophecy is about “undoing” the darkness of both Pan and the Dark One, and Henry’s the special kid who has what it takes. I’m sure Emma’s magic will still play a role in all the NL happenings somehow, but when it comes to the climax of the storyline, I’m (currently) envisioning it all being about Rumple and PP, with Henry in the middle.
No, sorry but that’s not ringing right with me. They do everything on this show for a reason right? They could have called her a mother or something.
They couldn’t label only one of Emma or Regina as a “Mother” though, and each character needs their own little label.
Also in season 2 Emma is wondering about her role as the Saviour when the four of them were stuck in Rumple’s cell. That makes me think her role of “The Saviour” is not done, because why would A+E include that conversation otherwise?
That’s a fair point. I’ve always just though of Emma in that scene as feeling defeated, so her “some Saviour, huh” is just, “here I was thinking I was pretty cool for breaking the Curse and slaying a dragon, but it turns out I suck, huh.”
Who let him know that I wonder? Possibly *cough*Rumple*cough*
Rumple was likely in NL at some point after becoming the Dark One because it’s likely where the Curse originated, (and I also think he was briefly there as a child too), but I dunno that he knew Bae was there at the time, because I think if Rumple knew Bae was there, he’d have been trying to get him outta there, instead of looking for a way to our world. But if Hook could deduce who Bae was from what he said about his father, odds are that PP could figure out who Bae was as well, just by talking to Rumple.
Lets not talk about the ending of the show *sniffles*
Thanks for that!
No worries. 🙂