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    02:21, August 16, 2015

    I recently re watched the Season 3 on my DVD and I noticed something when Dorothy came to Oz. Firstly, she did come by a Cyclone, and it could have been impossible for a Cyclone to be in the Land Without Magic (the magic is to strong and powerful). Secondly, when Glinda (or Zelena, I forgot) asked her what World she was from, she questioned that she was not in Kansas anymore. She could have said Earth as it's her world if Kansas is indeed from Earth. Could this means that Kansas could be a World?

    From episode : Kansas

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    • I always thought she came from the Land without Color, since the real world part of the 1939's movie, as well as the 2013's, are colorless...

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    • That would be interesting. It's too bad the didn't dive into her backstory

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    • I think Colorless Kansas is a world. Walsh is said to be from Kansas and Dorothy. The tornado doesn't seem like it should exist in a land without magic.

      She and Walsh failed to say Earth or even the country of America, just Kansas. Plus, there would be magic slippers somewhere out in Kansas outside of Storybrooke.

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    • If Kansas weren't a non-magical world, though, Jefferson could have followed Dorothy and retrived the slippers for Rumple. Besides, while Jefferson's phrasing is ambiguous in The Doctor, Rumple's implies the slippers' current location was the Land Without Magic anyway.

      Jefferson: Oh. Couldn't find 'em. Heard talk they'd already been moved to another land.
      Rumplestiltskin: That's what I needed to get to that other land.

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    • GothicNarcissus wrote:
      If Kansas weren't a non-magical world, though, Jefferson could have followed Dorothy and retrived the slippers for Rumple. Besides, while Jefferson's phrasing is ambiguous in The Doctor, Rumple's implies the slippers' current location was the Land Without Magic anyway.

      Jefferson: Oh. Couldn't find 'em. Heard talk they'd already been moved to another land.
      Rumplestiltskin: That's what I needed to get to that other land.

      Well, I mean we don't know if Jefferson knew where Dorothy went, just that she left.

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    • GothicNarcissus wrote:
      If Kansas weren't a non-magical world, though, Jefferson could have followed Dorothy and retrived the slippers for Rumple. Besides, while Jefferson's phrasing is ambiguous in The Doctor, Rumple's implies the slippers' current location was the Land Without Magic anyway.

      Jefferson: Oh. Couldn't find 'em. Heard talk they'd already been moved to another land.
      Rumplestiltskin: That's what I needed to get to that other land.

      This kinda make sense, but the connection to the Cyclone makes it possible that Kansas could be somewhere in the Land With Magic universe as powerful magic is needed to transport one to another world (world crossing) and the cyclone is one of them. The Dragon did mention that magic was rare in the Land Without Magic and Rumple/Zelena specified that magic can be used if they were brought in such means. The Cyclone magicaly appears and sends Walsh and Dorothy to Oz, which is not possible in the Land Without Magic :)

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    • there is no evidence to support my theory and i dont even know if its in the same time period - but i think dorothy is from the same realm as cruella, just a different country  

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