FANDOM


  • It doesn't make sense to put Wendy and her brothers in our world version of London in the past. If they are actually in our world then they actually exist in the past history like the way Pocahontas did. Jefferson said that LWM is just one of the realms that does not have magic/magic is rare there, I think along with our world LWC and Fictional Kansas also do not have magic (which is why Frankenstein is unfamiliar with magic). I think Wendy and the Darlings are from a fictional England with no magic because, they are fictional characters from fictional books, they don't exist in our world, like how Dorothy and Alice are not from our world.

      Preparing Editor Spell
    • I don't get why people find it so hard to believe that the Darlings might actually have existed in our world. There was probably a few people with that surname that existed in the Victoria Era. Maybe history got it wrong and J.M. Barrie may have got his inspiration for his story from this family who according to the children a boy was taken by a shadow to a world called Neverland ruled by a boy called Peter Pan.

        Preparing Editor Spell
    • It was confirmed that Wendy's England and Alice's England are different places.

      The portal took Bae in a land without magic because he wished that,and also Michael and John were still alive because they stopped ageing.

        Preparing Editor Spell
    • Gpod Joe wrote:
      It doesn't make sense to put Wendy and her brothers in our world version of London in the past. If they are actually in our world then they actually exist in the past history like the way Pocahontas did. Jefferson said that LWM is just one of the realms that does not have magic/magic is rare there, I think along with our world LWC and Fictional Kansas also do not have magic (which is why Frankenstein is unfamiliar with magic). I think Wendy and the Darlings are from a fictional England with no magic because, they are fictional characters from fictional books, they don't exist in our world, like how Dorothy and Alice are not from our world.

      I share your confusion, particularly since Jefferson said there were other lands without magic and neal implied that the LWM that we know as the "real world" was not his first stop when he fell through the portal. 

        Preparing Editor Spell
    • That's why we ignore what they said because apparently you cant trust what the show said in earlier seasons.

      The first world Bae went to was the LWM and the Darlings can be from this world. I'd like to let everyone know that the LWM on the TV is still a fictional world in real life because Once is a tv show. So, Adam and Eddy can dictate what is or isn't in the LWM. 

        Preparing Editor Spell
    • Eskaver wrote:
      That's why we ignore what they said because apparently you cant trust what the show said in earlier seasons.

      The first world Bae went to was the LWM and the Darlings can be from this world. I'd like to let everyone know that the LWM on the TV is still a fictional world in real life because Once is a tv show. So, Adam and Eddy can dictate what is or isn't in the LWM. 

      Thank you, it's a TV show so that world is fictional, like if were really going by what happens in LWM happen in real life then in 1983 a baby was found by pinocichoo in a tree stump. I think Wendy's England is our England and there isn't any other world that would make sense for it to be.

        Preparing Editor Spell
    • A Spy in the Mirror
        Preparing Editor Spell
Give Kudos to this message
You've given this message Kudos!
See who gave Kudos to this message
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.