Rumplestiltskin's Farm is a Wish Realm location featured on ABC's Once Upon a Time. It appears in the twenty-first episode of the seventh season and is the Wish Realm version of Rumplestiltskin's Farm.
After the Evil Queen wishes for Emma Swan to have never been the savior, a recreation of the Enchanted Forest, known as the Wish Realm, comes into existence. A copy of the Rumplestiltskin's farm resides in the Wish Realm. Wish Rumplestiltskin lived here during the Ogre Wars. ("Wish You Were Here", "Homecoming")
At some point, Wish Rumplestiltskin learns of Weaver's goal to destroy the darkness. In order to control where Henry, Rogers, Roni and Weaver end up in the Wish Realm, Rumplestiltskin cracks Tilly's looking glass, causing Rogers and Weaver to end up at the replica of Rumplestiltskin's farm. After failing to locate Henry and Roni, Weaver is reminded of his cowardice in maiming his leg during the Ogre Wars after seeing a copy of the tool he used. Together, Rogers and Weaver leave the farm to procure squid ink from a mermaid in a bid to stop Rumplestiltskin. After acquiring the squid ink, Weaver returns to the farm and waits for the arrival of his double. He appears and taunts Weaver's decision to relinquish the powers of the Dark One, comparing his choice to an act of cowardice. Unknown to Rumplestiltskin, Weaver coats the Dark One Dagger in squid ink, resulting in his immobilization. As Weaver prepares to stab him, Roni opens the door, causing a distraction. Once the ink's effect wears off, Rumplestiltskin knocks Roni out before overpowering Weaver and teleporting away. ("Homecoming")
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