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Why did the show continue to refer to Emma as "the Savior" after she had broken the first curse? Aside from helping Regina save Storybrooke in the Season 2 finale, she hasn't really played a major role in defeating the Big Bad after Season 1.
 
Why did the show continue to refer to Emma as "the Savior" after she had broken the first curse? Aside from helping Regina save Storybrooke in the Season 2 finale, she hasn't really played a major role in defeating the Big Bad after Season 1.
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I have one more question. How was Regina able to absorb and later, dissipate the spell used by Rumpelstiltskin to block the portal between the Enchanted Forest and Storybrooke? He used magic from fairy dust and his own.

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Why did the show continue to refer to Emma as "the Savior" after she had broken the first curse? Aside from helping Regina save Storybrooke in the Season 2 finale, she hasn't really played a major role in defeating the Big Bad after Season 1.

I have one more question. How was Regina able to absorb and later, dissipate the spell used by Rumpelstiltskin to block the portal between the Enchanted Forest and Storybrooke? He used magic from fairy dust and his own.

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