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  • Colin .... he is dissatisfied, self-center, and ruthless.

    We will meet him in episode, 3.08 and 3.11.

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    • Unexpected! And awesome too.

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    • Is it confirmed to be Rumple's father?

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    • Arctucrus wrote:
      Is it confirmed to be Rumple's father?

      Yes.... did you click, on the link?

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    • He's also a coward, isn't he? Rumple mentioned that in "Manhattan"

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    • Does that mean we'll meet kid Rumple. That would be awesome

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    • Meeting Rumple's dad and the possiblity of seeing  Rumple as a kid is pretty awesome. Based on the description on his dad, I think it is safe to theorize that Rumple didn't have a happy childhood.

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    • Sage of Earth wrote:
      Based on the description on his dad, I think it is safe to theorize that Rumple didn't have a happy childhood.

      Yeah.... but was Rumplestiltskin the only one, who had an unhappy childhood? ;)

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    • ChocolatEyes613 wrote:
      Sage of Earth wrote:
      Based on the description on his dad, I think it is safe to theorize that Rumple didn't have a happy childhood.
      Yeah.... but was Rumplestiltskin the only one, who had an unhappy childhood? ;)

      lol. No, I am sure other people have had rotten childhood both on and off the show.

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    • I hope he does not have his own episode. I hope he is just like Milah, important but not the main character of the backstory like in "The Crocodile" and "Manhattan". I also don't want the writers to just keep coming up with unimportant backstory, like in "Lacey" and "The Evil Queen" where they just kind of stated facts that don't surprise of jaw-drop us.

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    • Budloopy4 wrote:
      I hope he does not have his own episode. I hope he is just like Milah, important but not the main character of the backstory like in "The Crocodile" and "Manhattan". I also don't want the writers to just keep coming up with unimportant backstory, like in "Lacey" and "The Evil Queen" where they just kind of stated facts that don't surprise of jaw-drop us.

      You do realize that episode 3.11 is the mid-season finale, correct?

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    • Yes and I feel that if it was centered around rumplestiltskins dad, who we've never met before, it would have bad quality. I hope somehow he made his way over to Neverland and we find him there.

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    • What if this explains Rumple's connection to Neverlnd. You know, Rumple Dad being a coward and deserting Rumple who The Shadow kidnaps

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    • I think 3x11 is going to reveal how Rumple may have become a lost boy. And if the Shadow kidnapped Rumple that means it took PP three generations to get to Henry. Haha.

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    • Gusey1397 wrote:
      What if this explains Rumple's connection to Neverlnd. You know, Rumple Dad being a coward and deserting Rumple who The Shadow kidnaps

      Just because Milah called Rumplestiltskin's father a coward, does not make it fact. Rumple could have easily lied, about what his father was truly like.

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    • I don't think Rumple was a lost boy...

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    • Arctucrus wrote: I don't think Rumple was a lost boy...

      Rumplestiltskin is 300 years old. From the time he lost Bae to the present is approximately 100 years there still 200 years unaccounted for. Neverland is a logical explanation.

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    • We don't know how long Neal was in Neverland, it could have been most of those years. And I don't want him to have been a lost boy. I think they should have him be there before but as the dark one.

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    • Eddiefunny wrote:

      Arctucrus wrote: I don't think Rumple was a lost boy...

      Rumplestiltskin is 300 years old. From the time he lost Bae to the present is approximately 100 years there still 200 years unaccounted for. Neverland is a logical explanation.

      Actually, Bae states he'd be almost 200 if he had come straight here in S2E14, I believe. He makes some reference to that I know it. He was there for over 100 years, and during all that time, Rumplestiltskin was the Dark One, and that's how he lived. 

      Where did you get that Rumple was already around 200 when he had Baelfire? I'm pretty sure he was a nobody...

      And it's confirmed that Rumple's been to Neverland before, but again, I'm confident it was as the Dark One, and I would like it to have been. :3 Not as a Lost Boy.

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    • Arctucrus wrote: Actually, Bae states he'd be almost 200 if he had come straight here in S2E14, I believe. He makes some reference to that I know it. He was there for over 100 years, and during all that time, Rumplestiltskin was the Dark One, and that's how he lived. 

      Where did you get that Rumple was already around 200 when he had Baelfire? I'm pretty sure he was a nobody...

      And it's confirmed that Rumple's been to Neverland before, but again, I'm confident it was as the Dark One, and I would like it to have been. :3 Not as a Lost Boy.

      Obviously Baelfire landed in our world during the Victoria Era which was during 1837-1901. The first story of Peter Pan was written in 1904. Since the Darlings lived and existed in the real world Baelfire must of landed in the later half of the Vic. era for Barrie to have found his inspiration to his story. Therefore Bae landing in our world was just over 100 years ago.

      Even if it was 200 years ago that Bae arrived that still makes Rumple 100 years when Bae was only 14.

      What I'm saying that there are missing years that we don't know about and Neverland is a logical reason for it.

      And I'm certain that Rumple was in Neverland as the Dark One cause Felix address him as such.

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    • It could very well be that he landed in England far before that. And if the writers are going by history, Bae could have easily landed nearly fifty years before that, when Big Ben was finished in 1859.and the actor said he believes rumple is 300, we don't know that for a fact.

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    • Well, if Carlyle said Rumple is about 300 years old or as Colin said as long as Rumple has been TDO. I've calculated it like this. Present day would've been in late-2011 (season1) to early-2012 (season2), so take away 28 years from 2011. You got 1983 (which is Welcome to Storybrooke episode) ... 2011-28=1983, Rumple's age 300 years old, if we were to guess, even though Carlyle said he was. So, 1983-300=1683. After all the curse froze him in time, so Rumple would still have been 300 y/o during the curse, he wouldn't have aged then.

      But, this still could be wrong. If, Rumple was born in the late-1600s. I doubt, well, it depends doesn't it. Rumple would be still in his Dad's hut or something like that, a kid learning about things he shouldn't and finding out his own Father was a coward and a theif. Can't you tell? After three generations. Rumple, Nealfire & Henry are all thieves, just only Henry hasn't become a coward yet. Henry has pride and honor and he stands for something, just like Emma. Yet, Henry hates been lied to; he gets that from Rumple, for sure. Anyway :P

      Or it could just be like 2011-300=1711 .. which fits most likely the age Rumple is now.

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    • I want to see Rumpel's father...but even more, who will play young Rumpel? Suppose they might get Pearce to play young Rumpel, since he inspried the voice of the character?

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    • Eddiefunny wrote:

      Arctucrus wrote: Actually, Bae states he'd be almost 200 if he had come straight here in S2E14, I believe. He makes some reference to that I know it. He was there for over 100 years, and during all that time, Rumplestiltskin was the Dark One, and that's how he lived. 

      Where did you get that Rumple was already around 200 when he had Baelfire? I'm pretty sure he was a nobody...

      And it's confirmed that Rumple's been to Neverland before, but again, I'm confident it was as the Dark One, and I would like it to have been. :3 Not as a Lost Boy.

      Obviously Baelfire landed in our world during the Victoria Era which was during 1837-1901. The first story of Peter Pan was written in 1904. Since the Darlings lived and existed in the real world Baelfire must of landed in the later half of the Vic. era for Barrie to have found his inspiration to his story. Therefore Bae landing in our world was just over 100 years ago.

      Even if it was 200 years ago that Bae arrived that still makes Rumple 100 years when Bae was only 14.

      What I'm saying that there are missing years that we don't know about and Neverland is a logical reason for it.

      And I'm certain that Rumple was in Neverland as the Dark One cause Felix address him as such.

      Bae didn't land in our world, he landed in fictional Victorian England, I believe.

      Another world, like LWC.

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    • I don't think it's a fictional Victorian England, it was real England, it said so when he landed in captions.and it had Big Ben, which is in real England and the park he landed in which is in real England.

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    • It is definately our England.

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    • Gusey1397 wrote:
      It is definately our England.

      It is definitely not. Believe it was Adam who tweeted about it.

      Check here.

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    • I looked at that tweet and it seems like he is agreeing that it is a fictional timeline in Victorian England. After all, this entire show is "fictional".

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    • It is set in our Victorian England, in the Land Without Magic, only what happened there is all fictional. It's not like the Darlings really existed.

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    • DarKingdomHearts wrote:
      It is set in our Victorian England, in the Land Without Magic, only what happened there is all fictional. It's not like the Darlings really existed.

      I totally agree, this is "our" Victorian England not fictional one like in OUAT in Wonderland. Darlings didn't really exist, neither does Henry, Emma, Neal, Tamara or Greg but they all come from our present day world aka the Land Without Magic.

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    • The England where Darlings live is in the Land Without Magic. Remmeber that Wendy did not know anything about magic. Remember that Bae warned Wendy not to play with magic - since it is dangerous....

      And the year in that Victorian England is fictional. So i=t could be well 200 years ago. It will be awesome if the producer keeps tru to the real life history. But with them, I see that their timeline of real-life event can be anachronistic sometime. 

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    • DconsKJK wrote:
      I want to see Rumpel's father...but even more, who will play young Rumpel? Suppose they might get Pearce to play young Rumpel, since he inspried the voice of the character?

      Oh, that would be very exceptional. And, well quite fair in a way, since Pearce could be a Young Rumple. I would love to see this happen, I'll be very disappointed if it didn't. We're all thinking it, it's only fair.

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    • Rumple's dad is Pan!

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    • Whatthebelle wrote:
      Rumple's dad is Pan!

      I know that! NOW!!!

      It was so last year, around this time 3A was just wrappping up.

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