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|onlyappearance = [[Shattered Sight]]
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'''Madame Faustina''' is a character on [[ABC]]'s ''[[Once Upon a Time]]''. She débuts, with her only appearance, in the [[Shattered Sight|tenth episode]] of the [[Season Four|fourth season]]. She is portrayed by guest star Rebecca Wisocky.
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'''Madame Faustina''' is a minor character on [[ABC]]'s ''[[Once Upon a Time]]''. She débuts, with her only appearance, in the [[Shattered Sight|tenth episode]] of the [[Season Four|fourth season]]. She is portrayed by guest star Rebecca Wisocky.
 
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==History==
 
==History==
 
{{Before First Curse|
 
{{Before First Curse|
During the year 1982, Madame Faustina resides in [[Boston]] working as a seer who gives her customers fake fortunes. One night, [[Ingrid]] arrives into her fortune-telling shop for knowledge about a [[Emma Swan|girl]] that has yet to be born. Once both are seated at the table, Madame Faustina asks Ingrid to pay her first. After Ingrid forfeits her necklace, the seer gazes into a [[Crystal Balls|crystal ball]] and foretells of a girl that is very special. As Madame Faustina begins to fib a name for the girl, she pauses dramatically while an intrigued Ingrid presses her to continue. The seer announces the girl's name is Susan, but Ingrid later discovers from the [[The Apprentice (Enchanted Forest)|apprentice]]'s scroll that her name will be [[Emma Swan]]. Outraged at being deceived, Ingrid storms out of the store and berates Madame Faustina, who shows little care for swindling her. Angered, Ingrid attempts to use magic on her, but her powers do not work in this [[Land Without Magic|land]]. Madame Faustina then barks at Ingrid to make her leave, which she finally does. {{Ep|Shattered Sight}} }}
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During the year 1982, Madame Faustina resides in [[Boston]] working as a fortune teller who gives her customers fake readings. One night, [[Ingrid]] enters her shop for knowledge about a [[Emma Swan|girl]] that has yet to be born. She appears to be both surprised and pleased at Ingrid's naivety about the non-existence of magic in [[Land Without Magic|this world]]. Once both are seated at the table, Madame Faustina asks Ingrid for payment to "express her gratitude". After Ingrid forfeits her necklace, Faustina gazes into a fake [[Crystal Balls|crystal ball]] and foretells of a girl that is very special. As Faustina fabricates a name for the girl, she pauses dramatically while an intrigued Ingrid presses her to continue. The fortune teller announces the girl's name is Susan, but Ingrid discovers from the [[The Sorcerer|Sorcerer's]] scroll that her name will be [[Emma Swan]]. Outraged at being deceived, Ingrid storms out of the shop and berates Madame Faustina, who shows little care for swindling her. Angered, Ingrid attempts to use magic on her, but discovers that her powers do not work in this world. Madame Faustina then threatens Ingrid with a baseball bat to make her leave, which she finally does, stating that Faustina's trickery changes nothing about the Sorcerer's prophecy. {{Ep|Shattered Sight}} }}
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
*Her casting call describes her as, "a charlatan who, in flashbacks, pretends to commune with spirits in order to swindle her customers by telling them made-up fortunes. Said “seer” exhibits a gentle, compassionate manner, but that is only an act designed to conceal her tough, unscrupulous nature from her marks.".<ref>http://tvline.com/2014/10/16/once-upon-a-time-cast-rebecca-wisocky-snow-queen-flashback/</ref>
 
*Her casting call describes her as, "a charlatan who, in flashbacks, pretends to commune with spirits in order to swindle her customers by telling them made-up fortunes. Said “seer” exhibits a gentle, compassionate manner, but that is only an act designed to conceal her tough, unscrupulous nature from her marks.".<ref>http://tvline.com/2014/10/16/once-upon-a-time-cast-rebecca-wisocky-snow-queen-flashback/</ref>

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Template:LWMCharacter Madame Faustina is a minor character on ABC's Once Upon a Time. She débuts, with her only appearance, in the tenth episode of the fourth season. She is portrayed by guest star Rebecca Wisocky.


History

Before First Curse
During the year 1982, Madame Faustina resides in Boston working as a fortune teller who gives her customers fake readings. One night, Ingrid enters her shop for knowledge about a girl that has yet to be born. She appears to be both surprised and pleased at Ingrid's naivety about the non-existence of magic in this world. Once both are seated at the table, Madame Faustina asks Ingrid for payment to "express her gratitude". After Ingrid forfeits her necklace, Faustina gazes into a fake crystal ball and foretells of a girl that is very special. As Faustina fabricates a name for the girl, she pauses dramatically while an intrigued Ingrid presses her to continue. The fortune teller announces the girl's name is Susan, but Ingrid discovers from the Sorcerer's scroll that her name will be Emma Swan. Outraged at being deceived, Ingrid storms out of the shop and berates Madame Faustina, who shows little care for swindling her. Angered, Ingrid attempts to use magic on her, but discovers that her powers do not work in this world. Madame Faustina then threatens Ingrid with a baseball bat to make her leave, which she finally does, stating that Faustina's trickery changes nothing about the Sorcerer's prophecy. ("Shattered Sight")

Trivia

  • Her casting call describes her as, "a charlatan who, in flashbacks, pretends to commune with spirits in order to swindle her customers by telling them made-up fortunes. Said “seer” exhibits a gentle, compassionate manner, but that is only an act designed to conceal her tough, unscrupulous nature from her marks.".[1]

Appearances

References

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