And then there’s Regina, who having sacrificed a future with Henry “is not the same Evil Queen that we once knew,” Parrilla acknowledges. “She made a very brave choice, for the betterment of her son, and for Emma, knowing that the consequences were probably not going to be positive. So when we see her again, she’s a different woman.”
and for Emma
and for Emma
AND FOR EMMA
“I, like many others, am convinced that The Blue Fairy is the root of all evil. She’s behind everything. If that becomes canon, then she is more powerful and manipulative than Regina and Rumple combined. And I just love her for that.”
I swear, if the last season of Once is not everyone coming together to battle the Blue Fairy, I am going to be so disappointed. Having her be the mastermind of everything would be perfect, because damn it all to hell if that fairy is not the root of all (curse) evil:
- She started the idea of a curse by splitting up Rumplestiltskin and Baelfire and hinting to Rumple that a curse was the only thing that could possibly reunite them
- Turns an innocent but guilt-ridden boy into a cricket and sends him to care for Geppetto, then turns Geppetto’s wooden son into a real boy, turning all into allies for when the time comes for the curse to be cast—which she actively promotes by ‘putting all hope on Emma to save them’ and providing the idea for the magical wardrobe
- Keeps Nova and Dreamy apart, causing Dreamy to become Grumpy, who—because he still loved Nova—ends up trapped in King George’s dungeons where he meets Snow White and helps her escape, setting into motion the events of bringing Snow White and Charming together, creating Emma, and getting the curse to work
- Punishes Tinker Bell for trying to help Regina, causing Regina to lose her one friend and her one shot at happiness—running counter to her modus operandi with Jiminy and Geppetto and bringing the curse one step closer
- Actively helps capture the Queen and strongly calls for her death, yet seems very pleased when Snow White yells to hold the arrows
- She is there to stop Cinderella from having to give up her child to Rumplestiltskin—she paralyzes him and Rumplestiltskin is locked up in the Dark Dungeon where Snow White and Charming can come to him and he learns Emma’s name—and where the Evil Queen is able to seal the deal with him on casting the curse.
- The Blue Fairy is the main proponent of just letting the curse happen—not fight against it like most want to do—and is thus inadvertently responsible for Emma being separated from her parents, and fully responsible for giving the Evil Queen the time and freedom she needs to cast the curse
- …and the worst thing is that she manages to pull all of this off while looking completely innocent!
My main question is ‘why?’; what good did/could the Dark Curse do for a being literally thousands of years old? I’m banking on the last season being all about that (at least it bloody well should be!), because for now, the Blue Fairy has all the time in the world to just sit out current events.
In response to Barbie Shoes #I want blue to turn out to be the ultimate big bad almost as much as i want swan queen to be canon
The Blue Fairy is not some ultimate big bad just an extremely overzealous shipper who can see into the future and knew that all of these things were also the only way the story of Swan Queen could happen.
Must have been interesting
Idina Menzel performing Let It Go with Jimmy Fallon and The Roots with classroom instruments in the Tonight Show music room.
"Producing a child together does not one’s true love make, mate," Hook argued, to which Neal scoffed.
"It’s not like we just had a one-night stand that ended up making a kid," Neal snapped at that man that was once his pseudo stepfather. "We were in love."
"Both of you should just shut up," Emma snapped at them, "because no matter how much you bicker about it, it’s still my choice at the end of the day."
"Unless one of them is your True Love," Snow chimed in happily. "Then, it’s fate’s decision."
"True Love is for idiots," Regina drawled, rolling her eyes at the annoyingly optimistic woman.
So, Joshua Ferguson and Florian Halbedl have been nothing short of amazing to us, so, considering they’re trying to raise funds for their new short film entitled Mosaics, I figured a good way of giving back would be to trend the words Mosaics Film Indiegogo whilst tweeting the link to the Indiegogo page in order to get the word out and help them get as many contributions as we can.
The trend will happen this Sunday at 1pm EST!
In your tweet you should also mention @IndiegogoFilm so that Indiegogo can feature it and lend support over their social media, which would also be a huge help for them.
As always, it’s very important to spread the word about the trend so that we can make it happen!
If you need help with figuring out timezones, message me and I’ll help you.
Also, tomorrow I will give you exciting updates on our Swan Queen Movement: A Fandom’s Fight For Change documentary!
If you have any questions concerning this project, if you’ve been getting hate for being a part and/or supporting this movement, or if you would like to join us, you can contact me here.
Regina’s Curse Sacrifices: 1x2 & 3x13
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For the first curse, Regina first attempted to sacrifice her prized steed, Rocinante, a horse that, not only she loved (and associated with the man she loved), but that represented the last of the woman that she used to be. When that failed, she was forced to sacrifice her father, Henry, the only person left that she loved, and the only person that she felt loved her (despite the harm he allowed to come to her as a child).
For the second curse, Regina again makes two sacrifices: Emma, her “unicorn”, and her son, Henry. Emma, much like Rocinante, represents her tie to humanity, to the girl that she used to be; as Emma has mentioned a few times in the series, she understands Regina, and she can see how Regina has been trying, and that Regina wants to be good. And Henry is, again, the last person alive that Regina truly loves, and the last person she knows loves her (despite the emotional pain he caused when he pulled away from her).
Emma presses her back more firmly to the door, blocking the other woman’s exit. Her fingers tense and dig into the wood frame.
Regina huffs impatiently.
"Miss Swan, I don’t have time for this. Now kindly get out of my way.”
"No. You’re not telling me something. I can tell."
At first there was this:
But then SWEN arrived:
Best fandom EVER.