This is a well-known quote from Once Upon A Time, first uttered Von Rumplestilskin in the season 1 episode The Price Of Gold. When I first heard it, I assumed that he was saying this simply to manipulate Aschenputtel and to justify killing her fairy-godmother. I was surprised to hear other characters, and Fans in this club, later repeating it as if it were gospel.
I've looked at different forms of magic within Once Upon A Time, trying to determine their price. For some, the price is clear. For others, I can only identify limitations rather than a price, oder the price...
Mirror, mirror on the screen, who are the best and worst actors on the show?
I thought of this while I was doing my Umfrage about the best villain actors on the show. It also made me think of the Nostalgia Critic's best and worst Avatar: The Last Airbender episodes videos. So I decided to do a Liste of the best and worst actors on the show. Now, I would like to make ONE THING PERFECTLY CLEAR! Just because someone is in the worst list, it DOESN'T mean that I think they're a bad actor, just that I think that they're Schauspielen isn't as good as the others. Because I think the Schauspielen in Once Upon A Time is absolutely brilliant. So here is my Liste of both the worst of the best...
I was just thinking about the fairy tale characters' real world counterparts, and I noticed that most of them had names that tied into their "real," fairy tale selves. So I decided to throw together a Liste of their names, with meanings and explanations, just for kicks. First I will say what the character's name is in fairy tale land, then in the real world, with meaning attached. All name meanings come from the website Behind the Name, with help from Wikipedia.
I will add Mehr characters when they are introduced and Bearbeiten existing characters when we know their full names and/or know Mehr about...
After seeing many of these I decided I'd type one too. This is not just for the prettiest women but also my hottest men as well. I just lumped it in to one article.
Though I'm on and off with her character I think Tamara is quite pretty. I Liebe her hair, I don't know how she can make it that perfect, like hot damn I can't even get my hair to stop doing that frizzy thing unless I spend like 20 Minuten with a hair straighter. I mean her hair is just so long silky and smooth. I also like her lips, just something about them. Her face in general is well structured; eyes, nose, lips are...
Many people (including the writers) seem to overlook the Blue Fairy but the truth is that she is one of the three most powerful people in Storybrook both because of her magic and because of the persuasive power she has over people. This Artikel is meant to take a closer look at her involvement in the story and the effect her actions and prejudice has had on the lives of the main characters.
So there is no confusion the regular font is fact (taken mostly from OUATwiki) and italicized is my opinion.
The Blue Fairy and her dealings with Rumplestiltskin
Well... Probably all Du Tamara Liebhaber will hate me and this article. I don't know if some people are gonna get crazy, but here it is. (Once again, keep in mind that this is only my opinion)
1. I'll start off with the obvious one: She's a hypocrite. It’s ridiculous that Tamara used a magic bohne to escape when all she’s been talking about is “magic is evil”. She hates magic, yet throughout the entire Zeigen she's been using magic.
2. Not only is she constantly complaining about Emma, but she's in this relationship just for her interest and she's cheating on that poor Neal! Bitch, if you...
I've been confused for a while about Regina's intentions towards Henry. She'll pretend to care about him, and then scar him emotionally just to win a battle against Emma.
In episode one, Emma had asked Regina if she loved Henry, and Regina replied "yes," yet Emma used her "super power" and knew Regina was lying. Emma is rarely wrong with it, and some of the things Regina does makes it seem like she really doesn't Liebe him. Which begs the question, why even adopt a child?
I think it's because Regina was lonely, she wanted some companionship in a world where everyone is basically walking zombies...
Like all other OUAT fans, I have recently been binge-watching the fourth and fifth seasons on Netflix. Season 6 can't come soon enough! As I was watching one of the later episodes of Season 4, "Heart of Gold", Regina sagte a line to Rumple that I could not stand:
"You made me a monster! But I won't let Du do the same to Emma."
She has also sagte this line a couple of other times throughout the series.
I do admire Regina's character development. I really do. Having Friends who cared about her and Henry made her her best self. She has changed for the better, although maintaining her sass. ;)