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  • I know Cora used Daniel's heart to kill him the first time, but who's heart did Regina use the second time? and what happends to the person [if they are still alive] now that Regina crushed thier heart? 

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    • It was just some heart, one of the many she had that Cora collected. XD Who knows whose it was? XD

      And she didn't really crush it, per se.... as much as used magic to let him die...

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    • I think that because 1) Regina restored Daniel with someone elses' heart, and not Daniel's heart it was incompatible like an adverse reaction like an organ transplant that is not matched that's why I think it killed him.

      My other hypothesis is 2) that Regina unknowingly used a morally bad/diseased heart, hence causing Daniel to be killed.

      I will say both of my hypothesis 1) and 2) will go for the reason of why Frankenstein behaved badly after the transplant and what caused the death of Frankenstein as well.

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    • Belleheart wrote:
      I think that because 1) Regina restored Daniel with someone elses' heart, and not Daniel's heart it was incompatible like an adverse reaction like an organ transplant that is not matched that's why I think it killed him.

      My other hypothesis is 2) that Regina unknowingly used a morally bad/diseased heart, hence causing Daniel to be killed.

      I will say both of my hypothesis 1) and 2) will go for the reason of why Frankenstein behaved badly after the transplant and what caused the death of Frankenstein as well.

      Frankenstein's Monster*, or Gerhardt*

      Interesting! Never thought of it that way. Would love to see how that played out if it was discovered that those things played a role/had an effect/whatever.

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    • My theories are that (1) if the heart of a living person is used to bring back a dead one, the living person dies [we've seen that heartless people can die if the person who takes their heart wants them to, as in the case of Cora's zombies] and (2) the coming back wrong happens because of the brain decomposition that happens after death, which is why Daniel is less wrong than Gerhardt [theoretically, then, if you put a preservation spell on a person within a few seconds of clinical death, the coming back wrong could be avoided].

      As a sidenote how did Daniel end up with a preservation spell on before rigor mortis even set in (to the point that his blood was still liquid)? Regina didn't know magic on the day he died and Cora sure as hell didn't do it for her.

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    • I think that the reason why Gerhardt FRANKENSTEIN and Daniel freaked out so bad was because they didn't have their original hearts, nor did they have hearts of loved ones. Snow and Charming prove that loved ones can share a divided heart. So maybe the revived can also survive with the fractured heart of a loved one.

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    • TNOandXadric wrote: My theories are that (1) if the heart of a living person is used to bring back a dead one, the living person dies [we've seen that heartless people can die if the person who takes their heart wants them to, as in the case of Cora's zombies] and (2) the coming back wrong happens because of the brain decomposition that happens after death, which is why Daniel is less wrong than Gerhardt [theoretically, then, if you put a preservation spell on a person within a few seconds of clinical death, the coming back wrong could be avoided].

      As a sidenote how did Daniel end up with a preservation spell on before rigor mortis even set in (to the point that his blood was still liquid)? Regina didn't know magic on the day he died and Cora sure as hell didn't do it for her.

      Plot hole, lol. Regina couldn't have possibly learned it in time since she was moving to the castle, getting dresses prepared, and pushing mothers through glass, I mean hers. Cora didn't do it. And I'm sure Rumple didn't. Regina must have sneaked Cora's book from her and used it. Actually, how did she even have the body? I'm pretty sure someone would have buried it.

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    • I think Cora perserved Daniel so she could use his body to show Regina what happens when she disobays her.

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    • That sounds about right for Cora.

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    • Maybe with magic learned, Regina recovered the corpse at a later date and restored it/persevered it to keep on display (much like Lenin's Tomb where Vladimir Lenin is embalmed and on display) to be venerated/remembered.

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    • I think that the best heart to use to perfectly revive someone would be to use Henry's heart. As his heart is the Heart of the Truest Believer, it is the most powerful heart. It combined with another heart would grant immortality. To truly revive someone Regina and Henry would both have to die at the very least. Regina's heart which was the true love of Daniel combined with the heart of the Truest believer should give it enough kick to revive Daniel.

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    • Lygarx wrote:
      I think that the best heart to use to perfectly revive someone would be to use Henry's heart. As his heart is the Heart of the Truest Believer, it is the most powerful heart. It combined with another heart would grant immortality. To truly revive someone Regina and Henry would both have to die at the very least. Regina's heart which was the true love of Daniel combined with the heart of the Truest believer should give it enough kick to revive Daniel.

      Well, putting aside the fact that Daniel is now dust like Maleficent (and Cora's blood is nonexistent, meaning he can't be brought back the way Maleficent was), Regina would only need to split her heart like Snow did.

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    • Edward Zachary Sunrose wrote:
      Lygarx wrote:
      I think that the best heart to use to perfectly revive someone would be to use Henry's heart. As his heart is the Heart of the Truest Believer, it is the most powerful heart. It combined with another heart would grant immortality. To truly revive someone Regina and Henry would both have to die at the very least. Regina's heart which was the true love of Daniel combined with the heart of the Truest believer should give it enough kick to revive Daniel.
      Well, putting aside the fact that Daniel is now dust like Maleficent (and Cora's blood is nonexistent, meaning he can't be brought back the way Maleficent was), Regina would only need to split her heart like Snow did.


      Maleficent was okay, because she had a spell sustaining her life even when she was ashes. Daniel doesn't and his life is gone from the dust (which was in a stable after Regina vaporized him, like two years past, lol). The breaking of the heart only works so far with those with the truest of love, who can declare that they are of one heart, which represents only Snow and David, so far at least. Even if it define Regina and Daniel.....I doubt Daniel should have all that darkness!

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