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  • Curiouser and Curiouser...

    Do not talk about the promo. 

    Do not talk abut spoilers.

    Do not bash. 

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    • Gah, disappointed that the scene(s) with Gothel and Ana were deleted. I was so hyped up for that.

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    • When Tilly was reading Robin Hood and Margot was reading Alice in Wonderland put me into the feels

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    • JanzPotter wrote:
      When Tilly was reading Robin Hood and Margot was reading Alice in Wonderland put me into the feels

      Me too! 

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    • Alice has magic confirmed!

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    • Decent episode overall. I liked how they worked in the troll statue (and the bug it holds), but still wished we had a Wonderland character in the FB. They are slowly explaining things though (how the tower was destroyed, how Alice escaped the tower, how Alice and Robin met, etc.), so that's good. I also liked the Alice in Wonderland references through the dialog. Also, very few people in this episode. I get we needed the focus on Alice and Robin, but was still surprised by how little some characters showed up (or didn't show up at all). Gothel and Ana must have had a scene that was cut, for example.

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    • Favorite episode of the back half so far. Absolutely loved it.

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    • I enjoyed the episode, i found Alice and Robyn’s backstory to be interesting. I am sort of annoyed I just got more unanswered questions about Facilier and barely any answer

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    • I like the episode (one of my favorite this season), but the timeline issue kind of bugged me. 

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    • They made a huuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuge mistake in the S7 timeline.

      Gothel's Tower was already destroyed by 706 (cf Drizella's training with Regina). And Alice runs away to NW in 708, after 706. 714 is supposed to happen after 708, as mentioned by Robin & Alice... but the tower is destroyed in this episode...

      So yeah, huge problem x)

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    • CoolDudeAl wrote:
      Decent episode overall. I liked how they worked in the troll statue (and the bug it holds), but still wished we had a Wonderland character in the FB. They are slowly explaining things though (how the tower was destroyed, how Alice escaped the tower, how Alice and Robin met, etc.), so that's good. I also liked the Alice in Wonderland references through the dialog. Also, very few people in this episode. I get we needed the focus on Alice and Robin, but was still surprised by how little some characters showed up (or didn't show up at all). Gothel and Ana must have had a scene that was cut, for example.

      I agree with the troll and the wish for wonderland characters. On the bright side, we know why Adam/Eddy said they can't say about a new Hatter!  Would have been even neater had the troll statue wasn't a troll but was like a giant cat statue, or a Griffin thing. 

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    • Lady Junky wrote:
      They made a huuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuge mistake in the S7 timeline.

      Gothel's Tower was already destroyed by 706 (cf Drizella's training with Regina). And Alice runs away to NW in 708, after 706. 714 is supposed to happen after 708, as mentioned by Robin & Alice... but the tower is destroyed in this episode...

      So yeah, huge problem x)

      I just assumed the first flashback was before 701 in the timeline, while the rest was after 708.

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    • Lady Junky wrote:
      They made a huuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuge mistake in the S7 timeline.

      Gothel's Tower was already destroyed by 706 (cf Drizella's training with Regina). And Alice runs away to NW in 708, after 706. 714 is supposed to happen after 708, as mentioned by Robin & Alice... but the tower is destroyed in this episode...

      So yeah, huge problem x)

      Actually, the tower was partially destroyed only at the top in 706, but in this episode we see that same destruction, but just, even more! I can get images for comparisons. 

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    • Weaslark wrote:

      Lady Junky wrote:
      They made a huuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuge mistake in the S7 timeline.

      Gothel's Tower was already destroyed by 706 (cf Drizella's training with Regina). And Alice runs away to NW in 708, after 706. 714 is supposed to happen after 708, as mentioned by Robin & Alice... but the tower is destroyed in this episode...

      So yeah, huge problem x)

      I just assumed the first flashback was before 701 in the timeline, while the rest was after 708.

      Still. The troll destroys the tower after MadArcher's meeting, which mean after 706/708.

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    • Lady Junky wrote:

      Weaslark wrote:

      Lady Junky wrote:
      They made a huuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuge mistake in the S7 timeline.

      Gothel's Tower was already destroyed by 706 (cf Drizella's training with Regina). And Alice runs away to NW in 708, after 706. 714 is supposed to happen after 708, as mentioned by Robin & Alice... but the tower is destroyed in this episode...

      So yeah, huge problem x)

      I just assumed the first flashback was before 701 in the timeline, while the rest was after 708.
      Still. The troll destroys the tower after MadArcher's meeting, which mean after 706/708.

      Oops, had to rewatch the scene of the scene I just watched today. Odd how they messed up with the CGI tower. All they had to do was remove the room part of the exterior thingy too :(

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    • Leroiblanc wrote:

      Lady Junky wrote:
      They made a huuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuge mistake in the S7 timeline.

      Gothel's Tower was already destroyed by 706 (cf Drizella's training with Regina). And Alice runs away to NW in 708, after 706. 714 is supposed to happen after 708, as mentioned by Robin & Alice... but the tower is destroyed in this episode...

      So yeah, huge problem x)

      Actually, the tower was partially destroyed only at the top in 706, but in this episode we see that same destruction, but just, even more! I can get images for comparisons. 

      I would not call that "partially destroyed only at the top" ^^' Also when he breaks free Alice, he just takes off the roof.

      In 706, the entire up part, where Alice was living, is missing.

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    • Avengingoncer wrote: I enjoyed the episode, i found Alice and Robyn’s backstory to be interesting. I am sort of annoyed I just got more unanswered questions about Facilier and barely any answer

      I think Facilier could be the guardian and he might use magic in the land without magic. That why he after the dark one dagger.

      It could just theory!

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    • The pace of Alice and Robyn's relationship this episode seems very natural and very refreshing for me. And who knew a CGI troll could be so lovable with one episode?

      I also noticed with the past two episodes the "ironic" enchanted forest lines, but they feel more natural and more subtle now. Some of which are more acceptable (last episode had Weaver and Eloise, who both awake, were poking jokes at the coven). Ivy, keeps getting brought up in other world talk!

      Also, Emma has been without her car for eight years????? 

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    • Leroiblanc wrote:
      The pace of Alice and Robyn's relationship this episode seems very natural and very refreshing for me. And who knew a CGI troll could be so lovable with one episode?

      I also noticed with the past two episodes the "ironic" enchanted forest lines, but they feel more natural and more subtle now. Some of which are more acceptable (last episode had Weaver and Eloise, who both awake, were poking jokes at the coven). Ivy, keeps getting brought up in other world talk!

      Also, Emma has been without her car for eight years????? 

      I don't think it was Emma's car that Alice made appear, it was just a replica of it from her mind

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    • The twist of the trolls is brilliant! And I like the natural pacing of MadArcher's love story.

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    • I find annoying that no one seems to notice this Tilly is out of her mind

      First her scenes in the police station in 7x13 and now this episode. She acts like a complete lunatic and they let her free to go. She needs to be locked up


      I liked the troll thing, but I didn't get why the troll didn't appear before. Alice made that wish before. Also, how come Gothel couldn't do the same to escape? She also has magic


      The bug appeared and Alice immediately knew how to get inside a car


      I can't believe they made the whole trailer for this episode about the c-plot, which was almost a filler.


      Oh and #teamDrizella! I mean c'mon. Just make them a thing already

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    • A bit miffed about the villainous tag-team system going on. Here we have Facilier, last ep we had Gothel, then Facilier, then Gothel...It sort of makes the plots feel clunky to me.

      But I loved loved loved the flashbacks of this episode! Nobin is so much more endearing a nickname than "Wolfie" or "Kansas"

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    • I loved this episode a lot. It’s definitely one of my favorites this season. I love that Alice and Robin’s meeting was in line with other True Love couples. I think that Rose and Tiera have a lot of chemistry and this episode really showcased it. Alice’s escape from the tower was not what I expected, but I like that she was able to free herself by magically creating a troll. I really liked that Alice and Robin started off on opposing sides, but came together at the end. I love that Robin mentioned she stole Emma’s Bug for eight whole minutes. One of my favorite parts of the episode was when they were surrounded by the troll hunters, needing an escape and Emma’s Yellow Bug magically appeared and scattered the hunters. The Bug appearing was due to Alice most likely wishing for a way to escape. If she was able to turn a non-magical item into a magical one (since it was driving itself) and transport it to her by just wanting it to happen, she must be extremely powerful, say the Guardian powerful? Alice was able to talk down the troll from ransacking the forest and he turned into the troll statue she hangs out by in Hyperion Heights. And since the troll was holding, Emma’s bug, it is know a statue as well. Which means Emma doesn’t have her bug anymore because it disappeared. I really hope that when the curse breaks, the Bug becomes an actual car again and Emma can get it back. And speaking of Emma and her bug, Robin showed Alice a picture of it and a blonde-haired women (how does her phone work?). I’m not sure if the person in the photo was Emma since her clothes don’t seem to be what Emma would wear, but it was the right shade of blonde and it is her car, so maybe it is her.

      I also loved the Hyperion Heights part of the episode. I thought it was great that Rogers invested Henry’s help in proving Tilly’s innocence. I loved the parallels between Alice knowing everyone in Hyperion Heights, but no one knowing her and being free, but still feeling trapped in the NEF. I also liked that Tilly started to read Robin Hood when she found a sticker from Hyperion Heights grocery. She then went looking for an alibi, but no one remembered her being there. She did, however, find her backpack in a dumpster after Henry pulled her off the sidewalk and into an alley. Eloise or whoever’s setting her up put the locks of hair in her backpack. I thought Tilly meeting Margot (cursed Robin) was great. I really loved that Rogers invited Tilly to stay with him.

      In the side plot, Lucy investigated Facilier’s apartment, while Regina went on a not so pretend date with him. I don’t really feel that Regina and Facilier work well as a potential pairing, but we’ve only seen two episodes of them so my opinion might change. The fact that Facilier wants the Dark One Dagger is not helping matters. But why does he want it? Presumably for its power, but why does he need the power of the Dark One? Does he want to become the Dark One? 

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    • Lady Junky wrote:
      They made a huuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuge mistake in the S7 timeline.

      Gothel's Tower was already destroyed by 706 (cf Drizella's training with Regina). And Alice runs away to NW in 708, after 706. 714 is supposed to happen after 708, as mentioned by Robin & Alice... but the tower is destroyed in this episode...

      So yeah, huge problem x)

      This is what happens when Andrew leaves the show. XD

      To be fair, the tower was partially destroyed when Alice escapes, so if we just headcanon that the tower was only partially destroyed in 706, it still works.

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    • CoolDudeAl wrote:
      Lady Junky wrote:
      They made a huuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuge mistake in the S7 timeline.

      Gothel's Tower was already destroyed by 706 (cf Drizella's training with Regina). And Alice runs away to NW in 708, after 706. 714 is supposed to happen after 708, as mentioned by Robin & Alice... but the tower is destroyed in this episode...

      So yeah, huge problem x)

      This is what happens when Andrew leaves the show. XD

      To be fair, the tower was partially destroyed when Alice escapes, so if we just headcanon that the tower was only partially destroyed in 706, it still works.

      Andrew is just as bad tbh

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    • Rather ho-hum, but not bad.

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    • Lady Junky wrote:
      They made a huuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuge mistake in the S7 timeline.

      Gothel's Tower was already destroyed by 706 (cf Drizella's training with Regina). And Alice runs away to NW in 708, after 706. 714 is supposed to happen after 708, as mentioned by Robin & Alice... but the tower is destroyed in this episode...

      So yeah, huge problem x)

      It's just a CGI goof. I don't think we have to worry about that when there are tons of other things we need to worry about timeline :P

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    • CadoDoan wrote:

      Lady Junky wrote:
      They made a huuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuge mistake in the S7 timeline.

      Gothel's Tower was already destroyed by 706 (cf Drizella's training with Regina). And Alice runs away to NW in 708, after 706. 714 is supposed to happen after 708, as mentioned by Robin & Alice... but the tower is destroyed in this episode...

      So yeah, huge problem x)

      It's just a CGI goof. I don't think we have to worry about that when there are tons of other things we need to worry about timeline :P

      That's prolly that, but we can't be sure ^^'

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    • The Timeline is fine...the Tower CGI was just off. They probably wanted to have it a bit taller for when the Troll attacked the tower.

      The episode was pretty good. Alice has magic...which was obvious. Seems to be more wish-fulfillment than the typical magic. Probably special.

      I thought some scenes were a bit rough to swallow in the flashback, but it's passable. This was definitely an Alice centric through and through and I like it.

      Alice spent 17 (6205 days as she said) years in the Tower, presumably spent a few months wondering around the realms, ran into Rumple, helped him, then was stalking the gang for the next few months until Lucy was born.

      At least we get ages for these characters. Robin definitely aged normally given she "ran track" for three years.

      Timeline: Alice and Robin are both almost 18 when Lucy was born, plus 8 years. Robin and Alice almost 26, but as Robin says "I'm 25".

      So, Robin and Alice are fine.

      Sucks about whatever deleted scene that was talked about. I did expect to see Eloise pop up at least once. 

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    • In other news, leap years apparently don't exist in the new EF, as 6205/365 is exactly 17.

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    • Theelectricfire7 wrote:
      In other news, leap years apparently don't exist in the new EF, as 6205/365 is exactly 17.

      Yep. They aren't scientifically inclined. Or their year is just .25 days shorter because different world.

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    • What a beautiful episode. 

      Alice was so sad both in HH and in the EF, I cried a lot especially when she realized no one remembers her. 

      Robin and Alice are so cute together and their story moves normally which is refreshing. I flashed such a smile when the bug showed up. 

      Bonus points for explaining the troll and the bug. And for building the 'relationship' between Alice and the troll since the beginning. A troll saved Alice, how fitting. 

      Rose Reynolds is such an incredible Alice, I've been waiting for six seasons to have Alice in OUAT and I'm so proud we got her with Rose, in the end. 

      Also, Alice has wish magic? That is so great and such a subtle allude to OUAT in Wonderland. 

      Great episode overall. 

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    • Such a beautiful episode, I agree.

      I love Alice so much. I could really feel her sufference both in flashback and in present day.

      Alice and Robin in flashbacks were wonderful. They have chemistry and their story is starting as very well-developed. Can't wait to see more also in present day! (love that they were both reading each other's story!). Rogers' scenes with Alice were cute too, especially the final one. Plus, such an adorable troll!

      Still wanting more answers about Regina and Facilier's story. It's a very intriguing storyline but I want more. Still, glad we finally know Samdi's goal. And always love sisterly moments with Roni and Kelly.

      Wish Ivy had more scenes instead of just the one with Henry, that was beautiful as well (lots of chemistry between Adelaide and Andrew, what a missed opportunity!).

      I'd give the episode 8.5

      (side question, was Dania in the episode? I couldn't see her!)

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    • AlbOuat wrote:
      Such a beautiful episode, I agree.

      I love Alice so much. I could really feel her sufference both in flashback and in present day.

      Alice and Robin in flashbacks were wonderful. They have chemistry and their story is starting as very well-developed. Can't wait to see more also in present day! (love that they were both reading each other's story!). Rogers' scenes with Alice were cute too, especially the final one. Plus, such an adorable troll!

      Still wanting more answers about Regina and Facilier's story. It's a very intriguing storyline but I want more. Still, glad we finally know Samdi's goal. And always love sisterly moments with Roni and Kelly.

      Wish Ivy had more scenes instead of just the one with Henry, that was beautiful as well (lots of chemistry between Adelaide and Andrew, what a missed opportunity!).

      I'd give the episode 8.5

      (side question, was Dania in the episode? I couldn't see her!)

      You can just barley see her sitting with WHook, Henry, and the others for like one second. Here is a picture from filming to make it easier to see:

      http://www.farfarawaysite.com/section/once/gallery8/gallery14/hires/15.jpg

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    • CoolDudeAl wrote:
      AlbOuat wrote:
      Such a beautiful episode, I agree.

      I love Alice so much. I could really feel her sufference both in flashback and in present day.

      Alice and Robin in flashbacks were wonderful. They have chemistry and their story is starting as very well-developed. Can't wait to see more also in present day! (love that they were both reading each other's story!). Rogers' scenes with Alice were cute too, especially the final one. Plus, such an adorable troll!

      Still wanting more answers about Regina and Facilier's story. It's a very intriguing storyline but I want more. Still, glad we finally know Samdi's goal. And always love sisterly moments with Roni and Kelly.

      Wish Ivy had more scenes instead of just the one with Henry, that was beautiful as well (lots of chemistry between Adelaide and Andrew, what a missed opportunity!).

      I'd give the episode 8.5

      (side question, was Dania in the episode? I couldn't see her!)

      You can just barley see her sitting with WHook, Henry, and the others for like one second. Here is a picture from filming to make it easier to see:

      http://www.farfarawaysite.com/section/once/gallery8/gallery14/hires/15.jpg

      Oh, right! Thanks :) So the mains that were absent were Robert and Mekia (she's the Belle of the season, getting one centric and then disappearing for the next episodes)

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    • I have to admit, this was a rather calm episode. And it makes sense too, given that this episode was slowing down to touch on more of the positive aspects of the relationships between the characters as well as build up strong values for everyone - especially between Regina and Zelena. I was so touched by their sisterly chemistry onscreen for this episode, which for the first time in all of their episodes together, didn't end in straining the bond they're slowly trying to mend. Per say, this means, Cora has achieved full redemption. This, in conclusion, shows that this episode revolves around strong family values and redemption.

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    • This was a good episode. I wish they did more with Robin, but I’m glad they didn’t rush the romance between Alice and Robin.

      I’d give it a 7.5/10.

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    • This flashbacks felt like such good pacing, we knew they were going to become in love, so I'm glad they didn't rush to that point by the end (like they did with Red and Dorothy). 

      While I would've liked to see more characters (Ella, Ana, Sabine), I feel like like the episode wouldn't have been as good if they were there, because, the it'd be more spread out. Continue to love Alice, and I really felt for her in both flashbacks and present. Excited to see Margot come into the picture. Im curious as to what Alice having powers could mean for the future.

      Also (this is irrelevant), Margot looked alot like Emma in the 5x20 flashback

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    • Good episode!

      Alice and Robin have chemistry, and the pacing of their relationship felt much less rushed than Ruby and Dorothy's in S5. Since this season does new iterations of characters, I love that Zelena's daughter is technically the new iteration of Robin Hood, rather than there just being another random Robin Hood running around. That said though, the villagers had heard of Robin before. Since it was the NEF, does that mean that is was Robin's dad that they knew of or a different Robin all together? Hmm...

      Rose Reynolds is an amazing actress. She's not put on a performance that I've not liked, and she just plays this character so perfectly. It was nice getting to see her lead an episode, both in the past and the present. I do wish Rumple was in the episode and we got to see more of his dynamic with Tilly, but the stuff with Henry and Rogers was alright. I liked Margot's introduction at the end and look forward to Tilly and Margot rediscovering their feelings for one another.

      There was some bits about the story that I didn't really understand though, like no one seeing Tilly. Was she truly invisible or was it just because she didn't have any friends that no one recognized her? And if she was truly invisible then why could Hook, Rogers, and Weaver see her? Feel like I might be missing something. Also, does Emma's bug showing up in the NEF confirm our fears that Emma drives a minivan now?

      I don't really know how I feel about Regina and Facilier yet. I find them interesting enough and think they have chemistry, but it's just such an odd storyline to have with only a few episodes left. I don't know. I liked seeing Regina and Lucy work together, and Zelena's ambush during the date was funny. I love Regina and Zelena working together and do hope we see more focus on that soon. Zelena's HH reunion with Robin was nice also.

      Seeing Henry and Ivy together is weird since we know it's not going to last, but Adelaide is a good actress and I always enjoy her being onscreen. I do hope she and Anastasia make amends and that Ivy gets a happy ending. Victoria died via redemption, so Ivy dying would be overkill.

      Overall, it was a really nice episode, and I look forward to seeing all this stuff play out. :)

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    • I enjoyed it too a lot, I could sense that the timeline is off but I'm used to it on Once, so, I don't want to create more problems than there are.

      Alice and Robin are such interesting characters with their own little things, I really like them, some of the best of the bunch among the newbies, I always relate to crazy characters, and also to those who need to find their own legacy and figure out their own lives. The exchange of the books was also interesting, like they were meant to be together, and so was the troll's backstory. I liked the twist that it was Alice who created him.

      Really good overall, even though I missed Rumple, I thought he'd be in it considering it is an Alice centric.

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    • So that was a troll last night? For a brief moment when Alice called it a giant, I thought this was where we cue evil Jack, the giant hunter.

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    • Eskaver wrote:

      Timeline: Alice and Robin are both almost 18 when Lucy was born, plus 8 years. Robin and Alice almost 26, but as Robin says "I'm 25".

      So, Robin and Alice are fine.


      I don't know about Robin but I know for sure Alice couldn't have been no 18 when Lucy was born. She was concieved and born around the exact same time Emma was born. They stopped Regina(Wishverse) from casting the curse which we know took place around he same time Emma was born. So they either stopped WishRegina they day of or before Emma was born. In the Wishverse Emma was the same age as she was in Storybrooke which was 28+ years old. Within the same week Nook travels to gothel tower has sex and Alice is born. At this point WishRegina hasn't even changed clothes yet. So the youngest Alice could have been at this time was around 27-28 years old. 




      The episode was okay. Nothing bad to talk about. Besides the timeline issue I just seriously don't have much issue. 

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    • I for one hope that young girls will watch Alice and Robin and realise they can have a love story with a girl if they want.

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    • Last thoughts: This episode did a good job at balancing the plot, and still feeling fairy-tale like. I think one of the things that the start of this season was missing, was bringing back the fairy tale in an episode charm and feel of the early seasons (1-3). Alice and Robyn's romance was well paced as well. Present day events well reflected the flashaback too and were also wonderful. The references in this episode were again subtle enough and acceptable ("there really is no place like home" as one was cleverly snuck in). 

      My only criticisms would be the CGI error of the tower and Robyn's character being a bit scattered. Is she mean? Is she nice? I get she wants to live up to someone's legacy (formerly Zelena, now Robin Hood, which I think she's sticking with) and was bored with life in Storybrooke, but it doesn't translate too clearly. Anyhow, her scenes with Alice were good so I'm satisfied. Margot has me intrigued too.

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    • Leroiblanc wrote:

      My only criticisms would be the CGI error of the tower and Robyn's character being a bit scattered. Is she mean? Is she nice? I get she wants to live up to someone's legacy (formerly Zelena, now Robin Hood, which I think she's sticking with) and was bored with life in Storybrooke, but it doesn't translate too clearly. Anyhow, her scenes with Alice were good so I'm satisfied. Margot has me intrigued too.

      I would agree. Robin didn't seem like a popular mean girl. I think they were going for that but I feel the actress felt more like a possible bully with only a few friends, rather than popular.

      The rest about being like her parents, thus not liking the quaint, boring town. I'm sure she'll fit better when not spouting exposition. Margot seems delightful. (Oh, the real forced thing was them liking "their stories". Like at least have Alice read a few more books that a few seconds of....Aha! Robin Hood.)

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    • Robin is balanced, she is not that bitch like she's written to be, but she is okay, a bit snob, a bit cool wannabe, a teenager basically. I like that, she's not one note, neither is Alice.

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    • Hey guys  I was just wondering how Alice was able to appear Emma's bug. I mean is her magic is powerful enough to works between realms?? And why didn't Regina takes her into witch fight??

      And can Alice's magic work in our world?? (Land whit out magic)

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    • Black darkness curse wrote: Hey guys  I was just wondering how Alice was able to appear Emma's bug. I mean is her magic is powerful enough to works between realms?? And why didn't Regina takes her into witch fight??

      And can Alice's magic work in our world?? (Land whit out magic)

      Well Regina most likely doesn’t know Alice possess magic. It seems so that she has powerful magic which doesn’t surprise me since Gothel is her mother, it seems Gothel is a powerful witch.

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    • Avengingoncer wrote:

      Black darkness curse wrote: Hey guys  I was just wondering how Alice was able to appear Emma's bug. I mean is her magic is powerful enough to works between realms?? And why didn't Regina takes her into witch fight??

      And can Alice's magic work in our world?? (Land whit out magic)

      Well Regina most likely doesn’t know Alice possess magic. It seems so that she has powerful magic which doesn’t surprise me since Gothel is her mother, it seems Gothel is a powerful witch.

      And Hook wouldn't let Alice do that, he'd want to protect her from Gothel.

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    • Black darkness curse wrote:
      Hey guys  I was just wondering how Alice was able to appear Emma's bug. I mean is her magic is powerful enough to works between realms?? And why didn't Regina takes her into witch fight??

      And can Alice's magic work in our world?? (Land whit out magic)

      Pretty sure the bug wasn't the actual bug. Alice just created a replica from what she saw in the photo.

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    • Ding ding ding I found mathematical error.

      Alice says "for the first 6025 days of my life this was home sweet tower" and we see that she was freed on her birthday.

      But 6025 days equals 16.49589 years. Or, Alice was 16 and a half. So either her "birthday" isn't her actual birthday, or writers can't math. Probably the second one.

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    • Aine1989 wrote: Ding ding ding I found mathematical error.

      Alice says "for the first 6025 days of my life this was home sweet tower" and we see that she was freed on her birthday.

      But 6025 days equals 16.49589 years. Or, Alice was 16 and a half. So either her "birthday" isn't her actual birthday, or writers can't math. Probably the second one.

      It’s 17. They didn’t include leap years, as I guess they don’t observe that in that world or may not even have any more than that.

      6025/365 is 17.

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    • It was 6205, not 6025.

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    • Ah that makes sense. In my defence, I saw a gifset that said 6025

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    • CuriousZ wrote: It was 6205, not 6025.

      This is correct.

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