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  • Im so confused about how Marian died o.o she was first about to die from illness than they saved her? and she died again? and now she was supposed to die because of the queen? 

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    • Because she was now saved beause of Emma, which means she was eventually gonna die cause she was ill but Emma brought her to storybrooke does this mean she is gonna die of illness in storybrooke? 

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    • She did survive childbirth, and probably lived until her son was old enough to maintain memories of her long after her death. That's hinted at since Roland recognized her as his mother at the end of "There's No Place Like Home". In vague terms, Robin Hood did mention in "Witch Hunt" that Marian died because of his own fault in "inadvertently putting her in harm's way during the job". I'm unsure if Robin Hood knew it was the Queen who sentenced Marian to death, or did he assume she was simply kidnapped and forever lost to him...? 

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    • Maybe she just lied saying that she knew where Snow White was to protect her family or who ever 

      or just writers changed ther minds

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    • The writers so far have been very consistent (even though it's not obvious for several episodes...).

      The thing is, even though Marian was SCHEDULED to be executed by TEQ the next day, we don't know if that ACTUALLY was the way things played out or not because now, Marian was removed from her time stream by Emma.

      What is going to prevent Regina (or any other magic user for that matter) from attempting time travelling? Other then TWWoW/Zelenia, The Mad Hatter\Jefferson seems to be able to do time travel (remember snatching the poison apple episode in Season 1?). So, now that there is a way to time travel, I suspect season 4 will have more wibbily wobbly timey wimey action (Does BBC and ABC have working relations in that we'll see a blue police box materialize in season 4)?

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    • If Robin had known that the Evil Queen executed Marian, he surely would have mentioned it, so either he didn't know who it was that got ahold of her, or in the original timeline she was rescued and later died another way.

      Maybe she'll have to go back.

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    • I am hoping she'll go back xD cause i ship regina + happiness so much.. :c or she'll find some one else in Storybrooke. 

      Though it could have been that in the orginal time line she died of illness..cause i recall that in one ep Robin says Marian eventually still died because of her illness...

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    • I think she should just vanish.  

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    • Levi.goodliff wrote:
      I am hoping she'll go back xD cause i ship regina + happiness so much.. :c or she'll find some one else in Storybrooke. 

      Though it could have been that in the orginal time line she died of illness..cause i recall that in one ep Robin says Marian eventually still died because of her illness...


      Not quite. He said that although the illness was cured she eventually died anyway (i.e. of another cause). Remember, he said in the finale that her death was his fault.

      If Regina and Robin are destined for each other, maybe things just won't work out between him and Marian.

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    • Regina had her excuted because she thought [or knew] that she was helping Snow White. 

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    • Ruby ridinghood wrote:
      Regina had her excuted because she thought [or knew] that she was helping Snow White. 


      Yeah, that true for There's no place like Home.

      Before Emma and Hook interfered with the time line Robin kept saying it was his fault. He put her into harm's way.

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    • Applegirl wrote:
      She did survive childbirth, and probably lived until her son was old enough to maintain memories of her long after her death. That's hinted at since Roland recognized her as his mother at the end of "There's No Place Like Home". In vague terms, Robin Hood did mention in "Witch Hunt" that Marian died because of his own fault in "inadvertently putting her in harm's way during the job". I'm unsure if Robin Hood knew it was the Queen who sentenced Marian to death, or did he assume she was simply kidnapped and forever lost to him...? 

      Regina gathered all her courage to tell Robin she'd known that he was her soulmate for a long time. (Snow Drifts before anything changed) Considering that Regina decided to change, to use good magic I think, she would be honest enough to tell him that she once imprisioned his wife, if she did. She'd have remembered that.  Heroes would do.

      A thought did cross my mind yesterday. What if Emma and Hook arrival in the past already affected the time line? Robin and Snow knew each other when they were both outlaws. Somehow I have this feeling that Marian ending up in Regina's dungeon or at least to be executed is an event that happened because the time line was changed. For me, it's very disturbing that to get a second chance of love with Robin Regina first has to kill his wife even though she wasn't aware of that probably. Feels wrong somehow. Pixie dust won't bring a murderer and the surviving dependants together, would  it?

      Zelena originally intended time travelling to take everything away from Regina. After all, her essence still enacted the spell.


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    • OEdystopia wrote:
      Ruby ridinghood wrote:
      Regina had her excuted because she thought [or knew] that she was helping Snow White. 

      Yeah, that true for There's no place like Home.

      Before Emma and Hook interfered with the time line Robin kept saying it was his fault. He put her into harm's way.


      That could just mean he should have never brought her along on whatever job got her captured.  I always assumed she was killed during a robbery, not captured then executed.

      I was actually expecting Marian to be the next villain (before I knew it was Marion).  Regina walks into the diner, sees her, her eyes get big... "No!  You're supposed to be dead!  Everyone run!"  Regina launches a huge fireball at her, cut to black... that would have been a good season ender.

      I don't think she *has* to die.  I think she should, for Regina's sake, but I don't buy into the "she was supposed to die, fate will catch up".  Maybe her fate was to be rescued by a time travel spell. 

      Also, I wonder if Marian won't buy into everyone else's new-found perspective on Regina.  Marian will try to kill her, and it will be Robin Hood who has to put her down.  I can see it now, Marion, holding Regina from behind, dagger to her neck.  Robin pleading with her not to do it... Marion screaming she has to... Robin fires, arrow goes SWOOSH, right past Regina's head, the air causing her hair to flutter about, then *splat* right between Marian's eyes.

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    • Stonicus wrote:

      Also, I wonder if Marian won't buy into everyone else's new-found perspective on Regina.  Marian will try to kill her, and it will be Robin Hood who has to put her down.  I can see it now, Marion, holding Regina from behind, dagger to her neck.  Robin pleading with her not to do it... Marion screaming she has to... Robin fires, arrow goes SWOOSH, right past Regina's head, the air causing her hair to flutter about, then *splat* right between Marian's eyes.

      That would be very intriguing, if Robin Hook is forced to kill Marian. Her death would truly become his fault. Cue, the OutlawQueen angst for the 4B arc.... the road to True Love is never easy.

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    • Levi.goodliff wrote:
      Im so confused about how Marian died o.o she was first about to die from illness than they saved her? and she died again? and now she was supposed to die because of the queen? 


      Just mentioned this in another thread... we don't even know if Marian died at all.  All we know is Robin thought she did.  She could have escaped and gone on to be part of significant and historical events in the EF.  And now that Emma has taken her away, who knows what could change in the EF.

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    • OEdystopia wrote:

      Robin and Snow knew each other when they were both outlaws. Somehow I have this feeling that Marian ending up in Regina's dungeon or at least to be executed is an event that happened because the time line was changed. For me, it's very disturbing that to get a second chance of love with Robin Regina first has to kill his wife even though she wasn't aware of that probably. Feels wrong somehow. Pixie dust won't bring a murderer and the surviving dependants together, would  it?


      They knew of each other.

      The pixie dust was used before Robin was married to Marian.

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    • Stonicus wrote:

      OEdystopia wrote:
      Ruby ridinghood wrote:
      Regina had her excuted because she thought [or knew] that she was helping Snow White. 

      Yeah, that true for There's no place like Home.

      Before Emma and Hook interfered with the time line Robin kept saying it was his fault. He put her into harm's way.


      That could just mean he should have never brought her along on whatever job got her captured.  I always assumed she was killed during a robbery, not captured then executed.

      I was actually expecting Marian to be the next villain (before I knew it was Marion).  Regina walks into the diner, sees her, her eyes get big... "No!  You're supposed to be dead!  Everyone run!"  Regina launches a huge fireball at her, cut to black... that would have been a good season ender.

      I don't think she *has* to die.  I think she should, for Regina's sake, but I don't buy into the "she was supposed to die, fate will catch up".  Maybe her fate was to be rescued by a time travel spell. 

      Also, I wonder if Marian won't buy into everyone else's new-found perspective on Regina.  Marian will try to kill her, and it will be Robin Hood who has to put her down.  I can see it now, Marion, holding Regina from behind, dagger to her neck.  Robin pleading with her not to do it... Marion screaming she has to... Robin fires, arrow goes SWOOSH, right past Regina's head, the air causing her hair to flutter about, then *splat* right between Marian's eyes.

      Even better, Marian could be like, "To prove you love me, shoot her." Regina's pleading with him not to do it, and Robin replies that he has to, aiming the now. Regina tells him that she loves him, and he shoots the bow... And hits Marian. YAY OUTLAW QUEEN!

      And Tinkerbell just smirks and says, "I told you so."

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    • x'D omg i could totally see Tinkerbell on the sideline with her side eying chloe face..lol 

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