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Prime examples on ''OUaT, ''would be Pandora's box and Fergus' Helm.
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Prime examples on ''OUaT, ''would be Pandora's Box and Fergus' Helm.

Latest revision as of 17:43, December 1, 2015

Eskaver wrote:
CadoDoan wrote:
What does this "mcguffin" mean?
Magic macguffin is just the random item they pull out of nowhere that gets focused in an episode.

MacGuffin (a.k.a. McGuffin or maguffin) is a term for a motivating element in a story that is used to drive the plot. It serves no further purpose.

TV tropes says best.

Prime examples on OUaT, would be Pandora's Box and Fergus' Helm.

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