I realize ouat has been over for a few years, I think it ended in 2017 but I figured there must still be fans of it around here that might have more intel than I do. I was sort of out of the loop towards the last few seasons and didnt see every episode but I have a general idea of what was happening. But I just remember how they treated peter cause I was there for his scenes at least and how he got the short end of the straw every time. Not just him though, but I felt the same was done for like hades, black fairy, um jekyll and hyde, etc. Even if I wasnt a fan of him or those others, I'd still say that is very unfair. Apart from rumple, regina and hook, they really didnt want that many villians to get redemption arcs. I guess um those two in the final season, druzilla and her mom got redeemed so that is great. And I get it, not every villian will be redeemed realistically, there are those who just want to stay evil till the end but at least with peter, u know they tried to give him a 2nd chance and rumple shot it back in his face and sent him to hell. I think what bothered me the most is just how the so called heroes got rewarded in the end even though they werent saints either, lets be honest, the fairy tale crew was just as dark and twisted as the villians, but they were another faction of protagonists that only cared for people they cared for. Idk, it still bothers me to this day and I wondered if it bothered anyone else and maybe some of u might know why they did that.