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  • Like the Dragon in episode 2x18, Walsh also was able to use magic in the LWM, but how was that possible? I also want to know how he was able to tell that Emma drank the potion.

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    • Rumple brought magic to the land with out magic so what little magic that was in the land without magic probably grew more powerful.

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    • I believed he only brought it to Storybrook, and some magic can exist on its own. Like for instance, true love and potions, and that explains why wizards and witches can't throw fireballs and do spells because there is no 'magic' 'in the air' like there is in SB and EF and the other worlds. Being a flying monkey must come with abbilities that don't require magic to be 'in the air' or however magic 'is' somewhere.

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    • Mini Melle wrote:
      I believed he only brought it to Storybrook, and some magic can exist on its own. Like for instance, true love and potions, and that explains why wizards and witches can't throw fireballs and do spells because there is no 'magic' 'in the air' like there is in SB and EF and the other worlds. Being a flying monkey must come with abbilities that don't require magic to be 'in the air' or however magic 'is' somewhere.

      Maybe. Perhaps, as witches' powers manipulate the physical things around them, they require magic to be in the world, while things that possess intrinsic powers and act on themselves (ie: the potion ingredients and other magical items that Regina brought along, and in this case flying monkeys and the Dragon) can even without that because it's just inside them.

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