April 24, 2012 at 11:07 pm #134298jessica_alinParticipant
The Blue Fairy told Baelfire that the only way to rid his father of his magic was to send him to a land with no magic. However, when Belle began kissing Rumple in their episode we could see the curse breaking. Was this a mishap from the writers (forgetting that the true love’s breaks any curse lol), or that the Blue Fairy didn’t know (which wouldn’t make sense.) OR is it that when Belle kissed him the curse wasn’t really breaking?
This has left me confused ….. Please help 😀[adrotate group="5"]April 24, 2012 at 11:17 pm #143826king arthurParticipant
Good question. I’ve always wondered if Belle and Rumple had finished their kiss, if Rumple might still have his powers but just lost the “evil that had taken root in him”.
Or did the Blue Fairy just mistakenly assume that “no one could ever love a beast” like Rumple and therefore he would never have a true live?April 24, 2012 at 11:26 pm #143829hjbauParticipant
Maybe it is just that you can’t force someone to love you. Like even if the Blue Fairy had said true love could break the curse how are you supposed to get true love?April 25, 2012 at 8:04 am #143936miaParticipant
Maybe it is just that you can’t force someone to love you. Like even if the Blue Fairy had said true love could break the curse how are you supposed to get true love?
Exactly. Plus, I don’t know if the Blue Fairy really believed anyone beside his son could love him. And Rumpel love someone in return.April 25, 2012 at 8:58 am #143943caraParticipant
Exactly. Plus, I don’t know if the Blue Fairy really believed anyone beside his son could love him. And Rumpel love someone in return.
I agree. And …. after the last episode I feel like the Blue Fairy has her own agenda and did not want Rumpel to lose his power. Maybe she knew that even if someone did love him, he would choose his power over anyone else (his son or Belle).April 27, 2012 at 10:31 pm #144339lilafae woodParticipant
My thoughts are that the Blue Fairy did know about how love can break any curse, but we can see that she doesn’t really like Rumpelstiltskin so we can assume that she didn’t and couldn’t believe that he would ever love someone.May 7, 2012 at 5:22 am #145756arielParticipant
I kind of think… Rumple was married to Bael’s mother. I think the assumption would be (esp. in front of their child) that Rumple’s wife had been his true love. I’m assuming Blue didn’t know enough about Rumple’s personal relationships to know that his wife hadn’t been his true love…May 10, 2012 at 1:39 pm #146232rayvahParticipant
I agree more with the idea that the blue fairy had an alternate agenda. She seemed a little too eager to get Bae to take his dad to the other world. Maybe she just saw the chance to get rid of the dark one permanantly? I’m sure he has plagued the faeries for longer than the time Rumple spent in that role. She knew exactly who he was. Also, she helped August deceive Gold into thinking he was Bae. So we already know she can play that game.May 11, 2012 at 3:50 am #146321arielParticipant
I don’t know if she helped August deceive Gold. We don’t know if Mother Superior remembers the curse. And what she said was true – he was trying to reconnect with a father with whom he didn’t have a good parting. It was just Gepetto, not RumpleMay 12, 2012 at 10:38 pm #146453crimson angelParticipant
I think just like in the 1st episode the Blue fairy lied. She lied about the tree taking only one, so lying about the Dark Ones curse is nothing new. I see it this way, if Rumple would have followed his son, FTL would have been rid of the Dark One for good. The true love kiss didn’t come until much later and by then Bae was already gone. Maybe in the end the Blue Fairy didn’t believe that anyone could love the monster that Rumple had become so she simply didn’t even think about True Love.
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