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  • What if the blue fairy was evil all along? We don't know how long she's been around. What if she was one of the gods Merlin mentioned in Nimue? She could have left the grail on Earth for Merlin to drink, eventually creating an army to conquer the world. However Merlins power became too great and people started forgetting her. Thus she influenced events towards the creation of the Dark One to kill Merlin. This backfires when the dark ones go rogue. Eventually she introduces saviors to counteract the dark ones. However when Fiona becomes a fairy to save her sons fate of the savior( which Blue introduced so they wouldn't be a source of resistance against her) and Blue, seeing her as a threat to her power, waits until she goes dark to banish her. Later on, as Blue waits for the chance to create another savior( Aladdin might just be limited) she hears bae wishing to travel to LWM with his father. She gives him the bean knowing that it will get rid of the darkness. It backfires when rumple doesn't go through and instead vows to cast a curse. She then works to ban helping people she sees as evil and could cast the curse( like Regina) and punishes fairies that disobey her, turning into an increasingly paranoid and dictatorial person. Meanwhile Merlin senses Blues intentions, and being stuck in a tree creates the authors and the storybooks to go against Blues power, by having them lead events towards the dark curse so blue could lose power. Blue only knows about the author existing, but doesn't know anything else about Merlin is planning, infuriating her. Eventually the curse is cast, and she ensures she keeps her memories during the curse so that when it is broken, she could rebuild her power base. However the curse doesn't return them, and the heroes don't need her as much now that Emma has magic, and she fails in her objective when Fiona returns and Emma survives the final battle.

    what do u think about this? Did a string of decisions allow Emma's survival and Blue failing her objective? LOL if u have better motivations for blue let me know!
    
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    • The fact is that Blue is never appearing again, sadly.

      The other fact is that Blue was not the major big bad in the show because the writers were either lazy or willingly gave up their best opportunity to create a wonderful storyline.

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    • FrancisPaul wrote:
      The fact is that Blue is never appearing again, sadly.

      The other fact is that Blue was not the major big bad in the show because the writers were either lazy or willingly gave up their best opportunity to create a wonderful storyline.

      Why "never"? Maybe in the series finale?

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    • I wish she does, but I find it very unlikely.

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    • I’m pretty sure this idea only exists due to the one instance of implied ambiguity that Reul Ghorm has ever had. I like hypotheticals but Reul Ghorm has only been good, strict and “for the greater good”.

      This is a case where I think this is not Lost potential. (That’s just Blue taking such a small role in general) the writers only saw her as the ultimate good and only fan theory thought she was evil. At best, she’d be an antagonist as she may hinder things with her strict goody too shoes rules.

      I’d like the idea of her trying to do all she could to make sure Light wins, but she was never close to some dark villain filled with sadness and pain.

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    • She could have been (not saying that was the plan), but if I were the author (sorry about sounding presumptuous) I'm sure I could have written a great season with Blue as the big bad XD

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    • FrancisPaul wrote: She could have been (not saying that was the plan), but if I were the author (sorry about sounding presumptuous) I'm sure I could have written a great season with Blue as the big bad XD

      Probably major antagonist but not Big Bad. It would be redundant (not that it has stop them) to have a self-serving master manipulator. That’s been a large chunk of their villains. She could be the rigid moralist whose doing as much damage as the villain, but she wouldn’t be the Big Bad Villain as Blue has history and longevity.

      I agree it would have been great as a story idea, just deposing her as a deep-seated evil. I do think the best given what their focus was would have been to have made her the counter to Mr. Gold because it made little sense for the heroes to always go to him and his shady deals.

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    • I'm glad she wasn't given a bigger role at any point.... the swelled head it would have given KCT would have caused her to float away XD

      I've never seen her as anything other than a hard ass authority figure. I can see why that's fun to think about, I guess.

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    • I don't think the writers ever though Blue was evil, however Keegan confirmed at a convention that she originally played the character as morally ambiguous, because she wasn't sure, which is probably why people think she is shady and possibly evil (well that, and the fact that the writers gave her some questionable lines and actions in certain episodes).

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    • Blue is indeed very ambiguous however it's certain that she would never do anything near the scale of Fiona/Black, as in destroying and reshaping all of reality to her will, essentially making her God with a capital G. And yeah Blue is definitely nowhere near god level, Fiona whipped her good and that was without a wand, but I don't think Fiona could defeat Hades or Zeus (without her Wand and Emma's death anyways - I would like to see an alternate ending where Emma did die and Fiona became all-powerful).

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    • CoolDudeAl wrote: however Keegan confirmed at a convention that she originally played the character as morally ambiguous, because she wasn't sure,

      Keegan exaggerates, and should be taken with a big grain of salt. She also kept claiming that Blue was going to have a "big role" in upcoming episodes, (never happened) and kept claiming her character on Bates Motel was coming back (and when a creator from that show shut that idea down, KCT's tweets disappeared lol). She's a great actress, but is known to exaggerate her characters' importance.

      That said, it would be fun if we found out that Blue set the wheels in motion in a deliberate way.

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    • Bot of Solitude wrote:

      CoolDudeAl wrote: however Keegan confirmed at a convention that she originally played the character as morally ambiguous, because she wasn't sure,

      Keegan exaggerates, and should be taken with a big grain of salt. She also kept claiming that Blue was going to have a "big role" in upcoming episodes, (never happened) and kept claiming her character on Bates Motel was coming back (and when a creator from that show shut that idea down, KCT's tweets disappeared lol). She's a great actress, but is known to exaggerate her characters' importance.

      That said, it would be fun if we found out that Blue set the wheels in motion in a deliberate way.

      That's fine, but I don't see how saying she was playing the character ambiguously is exaggerating. I'm sure actors often do that on tv shows, because as we know, the writers don't often share with the actors the characters alignments or motivations (sometimes I don't think the writers even know until later episodes).

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    • I'm not saying that particular statement is an exaggeration. I'm just saying we should be careful about using her statements to support our theories.

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    • Utter solitude wrote:
      I'm not saying that particular statement is an exaggeration. I'm just saying we should be careful about using her statements to support our theories.

      Oh, okay, that makes sense.

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    • Not that the theory isn't fun!

      I definitely concede that season one blue can be seen as kinda.... iffy lol.

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    • I never once saw Blue as Evil. She just comes off as someone who is all about rules. She also gets blamed for things she had no control over.

      She gave Neal the Bean so him and Rumple could live a normal life without the Dark One. However that was messed up because Rumple couldn't give up his power which made Neal go the portal alone.

      She accidentily brought up the curse the same way Regina did to Drizella. Even then though it took Rumple centuries before he got someone to cast the curse. 

      Fiona going evil was due to her own paronia. 


      Outside of Fan theory canonically I never saw any instance where she was even remotely being Evil. A B**** sure but not evil. 

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    • Blue does represent the purity aspect of good and concept of fundelmentalism, as she a well intentioned extermist. I think she done so many questionable things that it baffles me that people think she good even though she done many questionable things. 

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