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I read somewhere that someone noticed Peter Pan had a shadow. If that were to be true, then my next question would be, does Felix? I think Felix is much more than we know. I am wondering if perhaps he is the one really running things, not just an errand boy and Peter Pan is a front. NO matter how bad or creepy Pan seems, Felix seems worse to me. I think he may be on a timeline to get back magic back before something happens to him. Perhaps Henry is more than just Rumples undoing.May 14, 2013 at 2:37 am in reply to: What makes Henry more important than destroying SB? #194089
what if like belle said and we have all thought undoing isn’t what rumple thinks.. maybe rumple has his shadow torn from his body.. that’s his undoing? to save Henry?
Not only that, it would be the literal “skinning of the crocodile” referred to by Hook during the season and Spinning Gold here in the forums (just above my comment here).
Hi. First time poster. I was thinking that it isn’t that time works differently in neverland …it’s that it doesn’t work at all. It’s stuck in time. Or there is no time. Maybe like SB. So it’s linear to all time lines? Maybe it has its own curse?
That would be really interesting. Since Henry was the one who kick started the quest to break the Storybrooke curse maybe he is prophecied to break the neverland curse. Maybe instead of Peter Pan never wanting to grow up he just can’t because of the curse and needs Henry’s help. Would explain why he has ordered Greg and Tamara to destroy magic. He feels like magic has trap him to live as a child for all eternity.
You guys have such great ideas. Slurpeez108 too. I like the idea that there is no time and they are traveling to times. If NL were the ultimate representation of Jefferson’s hat, I wonder if when you are standing looking at all the doors you are suspended in time?May 13, 2013 at 10:55 pm in reply to: Is time parallel and can Neverland move through time? #194018
Wendy specifically said time moves differently in NL. Like the 2:1 ratio idea. But I also like the idea of moving through time not LOSTY style though. Maybe more the ability to peek into time and pull something out the way they did with Jefferson’s hat and the apple. I still like the idea that NL may be the ultimate representation of Jefferson’s hat. Portals available to many worlds and many times.
I know someone suggested the drawing of Henry being from a seer; have also heard some “Back to the Future” ideas that would make Henry reborn through Emma into our time.
But I’m on board with the time thing as a possibility somehow. No matter what K&H have said, they told us they couldn’t get the rights to PP back in season 1; doesn’t mean things don’t change. Ideas are ever evolving in a writer’s room.
This is a very interesting idea to consider. I like the idea that they are somehow related.
Hook definitely craves some semblance of family, I was amazed at his willingness to care for Bae because of Milah, his desire to create a family with Bae, and his willingness to change. So many parallels to Regina and Henry. Since we know he can’t get Milah back, finding his place in a family might be his happy ending, even if it includes Rumple. I continually chuckle at the opportunity this group has to kill each other, but never seem to follow through. Mad and bickering with each other until an outsider steps in and attacks one of them, then they all turn on the “outsider” and unite to fight. So much like many families I have met over the years. 🙂
If they hated magic so much, why would they use it themselves?
If “HiM” is playing “HER”, well then there is a lot of “playing” going round.
Haha, weirdest theory I have ever had. Came late last night in the excitement of reading the forums and a comment made in the chat room (don’t remember who that was.) 🙄
I don’t see how they could have a picture of Henry without someone seeing him. Of course, I think someone mentioned that maybe there is a prophecy we don’t know about, a seer who has seen, but someone had to draw that picture. Of course, Hook had a sketch of Milah…
Ok, this is a big stretch but maybe the picture we assume is Henry is actually a picture of the original PP?
WOW! Isn’t that a thought?!
So if PP is the HO then why would he want to destroy magic since it is magic that is keeping him young?
I don’t think PP wants to destroy magic as much as he was looking for someone associated with magic. What better way to find magic than to use people who are against it, and destroy what you find of it that you are not looking for, in the process.
I like the idea someone said that destroying SB was about getting Henry (He would have been all that was left). The “HIM” calling the shots was more interested in obtaining Henry than in destroying SB, in the end.May 13, 2013 at 4:43 am in reply to: What makes Henry more important than destroying SB? #193631
Do you think Hook knows that Henry is the child PP is searching for? I mean the look on his face when he found out Henry was Baelfire’s child…
I think that was him instantly caring for Henry as he clearly cared for Bae an regretted turning him over. He realizes he is an extension of Bae thus an extension of Milah and he will be able to fix the mistake of giving up on Bae by helping Henry.
Kind of odd isn’t it, that almost every one of them feels they have something to make up for something:
Rumple for the lost years with his son, choosing power over love
Regina for giving up on being good
Snow for killing Cora
Hook avenging Milah’s death and losing Bae
And then Emma and Neal, not wanting Henry to grow up like they did (and perhaps Hook too, on this one)