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This page lists minor characters featured on ABC's Once Upon a Time and its Expanded Universe.
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For major Characters, see this category.

1920s England

Cruella's Dad

Cruella's Dad is a 1920s England character. He is mentioned in the eighteenth episode of the fourth season. He is currently deceased.
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History:
He is Madeline's first husband, and was murdered by his daughter when she put some poisonous trumpet flowers in his tea.

Madeline's Second and Third Husbands

Madeline's Second and Third Husbands are 1920s England characters. They are mentioned in the eighteenth episode of the fourth season. They are currently deceased.
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History:
They were Madeline's second and third husbands, respectively. They were both poisoned by their stepdaughter, Cruella.
For major 1920s England Characters, see this category.

Fairy Tale Land

Arendelle

Arendelle Guards

Arendelle Guards are Arendelle characters. They appear in the eighth episode of the fourth season. They are portrayed by co-stars Lee Page and Patrick Roccas. They are currently alive.
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History:
They work for the Arendelle royal family, and are tasked with guarding Anna's dungeon when Ingrid has her arrested.

Arendelle Servant

The Arendelle Servant is an Arendelle character. He appears in the eighth episode of the fourth season. He is portrayed by co-star Raf Rogers. He is currently alive.
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History:
The servant works at the Arendelle royal castle, where he helps Elsa prepare a welcome home meal for her sister Anna.

Franz

Franz is an Arendelle character. He is mentioned in the first episode of the fourth season, and first appears in the third episode of the same season. He is portrayed by co-star Nils Hognestad. He is currently alive.
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History:
Franz is one of Hans' twelve older brothers, who assists him in his plan to take over the kingdom of Arendelle. ("Rocky Road", "Fall")

General

The General is an Arendelle character. He appears in the third episode of the fourth season. He is portrayed by co-star Charles Raahul Singh. He is currently alive.
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History:
The General is the leader of Arendelle's army. He initially warns Elsa about Hans' and his brothers mobilizing an army to attack Arendelle. When Kristoff suggests he can spy on Hans for Elsa, the General rebukes him over the proposition.

King of Arendelle

The King of Arendelle is an Arendelle character. He appears in the first episode of the fourth season. He is portrayed by co-star Oliver Rice. He is currently deceased.
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History:
After marrying Gerda, a royal princess of Arendelle, he becomes King after she ascends the throne as Queen. They have two daughters, Elsa and Anna. When Elsa manifests ice powers, they go to Rumplestiltskin for a cure, but on their voyage home, the pair are caught in a violent storm. Before the ship sinks, Gerda writes a note, revealing a deep secret for their daughters, and places it into a bottle at sea.

King Harald

King Harald is an Arendelle character. He appears in the seventh episode of the fourth season. He is portrayed by co-star Greg Webb. His status is currently unknown.
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History:
King Harald rules over Arendelle with Queen Sonja,[1] and they have three daughters; Ingrid, Helga and Gerda. When Ingrid, the heir to the throne, manifests ice powers in childhood, the sisters make a pact to help conceal them. Thus, he remains unaware anything is amiss as Ingrid and her sisters grow up. During his seventieth birthday, Ingrid is absent while Helga introduces him to her admirer, the Duke of Weselton. After conversing with King Harald, the Duke and Helga share a dance. When Ingrid accidentally kills Helga, Gerda traps her in an urn and has Grand Pabbie erase everyone's memories of her sisters with a potion.

Jurgen

Jurgen is an Arendelle character. He is mentioned in the first episode of the fourth season, and first appears in the third episode of the same season. He is portrayed by co-star Marcus Rosner. He is currently alive.
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History:
Jurgen is one of Hans' twelve older brothers, who assists him in his plan to take over the kingdom of Arendelle. ("Rocky Road", "Fall")

Man

The Man is an Arendelle character. He appears in the seventh episode of the fourth season. He is portrayed by co-star Ryan Booth. He is currently deceased.
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History:
This unnamed man is a criminal who tries to kidnap the royal princesses of Arendelle. He is stopped by Ingrid, who accidentally kills him with her ice magic.

Oaken

Oaken is an Arendelle character. He appears in the sixth episode of the fourth season. He is portrayed by co-star Darcey Johnson. He is currently alive.
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History:
Oaken is the owner of Wandering Oaken's Trading Post and Sauna in Arendelle. One day, a traveler, Belle stops by asking where to find rock trolls as she heard they can restore memories. As she talks about wishing to regain lost memories of her mother, a visiting Anna overhears and offers to help her.
For major Arendelle Characters, see this category.

Agrabah

Akil

Akil is an Agrabah character. He appears in the fourth episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Cedric De Souza. He is currently deceased.
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History:
Akil rescues Jafar's missing goat and receives wine as a reward. He drinks it, not knowing it is poisoned, and almost immediately feels the effects of asphyxiation. Only then, a distraught Jafar learns from Amara that she slipped the poison in the wine as a test for him to decide whether to save Akil or let him die since they need a human liver for a spell. With some convincing from Amara, Jafar lets Akil die to prove he is willing to do what is necessary to reach his ultimate goal of getting revenge on his father.

Bartender (Dirty Little Secrets)

The Bartender (Dirty Little Secrets) is an Agrabah character. He appears in the tenth episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Arkie Kandola. His status is currently unknown.
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Blacksmith

The Blacksmith is an Agrabah character. He appears in the fourth episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Haroon Khan. He is currently alive.
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History:
The blacksmith finds an orphan, Jafar, and hires him to help with his blacksmith business. One day, when the blacksmith is out of coal, he calls for Jafar, telling him that the fire is dying. Jafar tries to explain that he had to fetch more, but the blacksmith snaps at him for giving excuses. He considers throwing Jafar back to the gutter where he found him, while the boy meekly begs him not to. The blacksmith then punishes the boy by announcing he will go another night without food. While the blacksmith goes back to work, Jafar notices a commotion outside, where a woman has arrived to the market and everyone has either run or is cowering in fear of her. As Jafar continues to stare at her, the blacksmith urges him to stop looking, in fear of what will happen if the woman meets his gaze, but he does not listen.

Diplomat

The Diplomat is an Agrabah character. He appears in the seventh episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Manoj Sood. He is currently alive.
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History:
The Diplomat gains an audience with the Sultan, who speaks highly of the man's clothing fabrics and implies his son Mirza wants some. He agrees to procure some for Mirza, but firstly asks the Sultan to break off the supply blockade that they currently have with their northern neighbor. The Sultan refuses, and then presses Mirza to explain why they cannot. When Mirza cannot think of a proper answer, the servant boy Jafar correctly answers in his place, which amazes the diplomat and his followers. The Sultan quickly covers up Mirza's failure by joking that, in Agrabah, even servants are educated. This makes everyone laugh in amusement, though the Sultan then sends Jafar out of the room.

Gerard

Gerard is an Agrabah character. He appears in the fourth episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Marco Soriano. He is currently deceased.
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Healer

The Healer is an Agrabah character. She appears in the tenth episode of the spin-off. She is portrayed by co-star Balinder Johal. Her status is currently unknown.
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Palace Guard (Bad Blood)

The Palace Guard (Bad Blood) is an Agrabah character. He appears in the seventh episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Shaun Omaid. He is currently alive.
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History:
This man is one of the Sultan's palace guards. When Jafar steals a dagger from him, the guard hauls the boy into the throne room to receive punishment for his crime. The Sultan sentences him to having his thieving hand cut off. Jafar obliges by putting out his hand, to which the Sultan sees a familiar looking ring on his finger, one which he once gave to a woman named Ulima. It is then the Sultan realizes Jafar is his son and he purposely stole from the guard in order to meet him.

Thug 1

Thug 1 is an Agrabah character. He appears in the tenth episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Fabian Gujral. His status is currently unknown.
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Thug 2

Thug 2 is an Agrabah character. He appears in the tenth episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Christopher Logan. His status is currently unknown.
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For major Agrabah Characters, see this category.

Camelot

Adda

Adda is a Camelot character. He appears in the seventh episode of the fifth season. He is portrayed by co-star Jason Simpson. He is currently deceased.
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History:
Adda and Merlin are traveling through the desert, slowly succumbing to death by thirst, when they find a chalice filled with water. Adda grabs the chalice and tries to drink from it, but his body is immediately turned to ash by the cup's magic.

Footman

The Footman is a Camelot character. He appears in the second episode of the fifth season. He is portrayed by co-star Donald Adams. He is currently alive.
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Lady of the Lake

The Lady of the Lake is a Camelot character. She is first mentioned in the third episode of the second season. She is currently alive.
History:
As a child, Lancelot is raised near a lake by his mother, a powerful woman known as the Lady of the Lake. Decades later, when Emma turns Hook into a Dark One, Lancelot is sent off to his mother, who might be able to help Merlin and his allies, though the journey will take Lancelot two days to get there. ("Lady of the Lake", "Broken Heart")

Man and Woman

The Man and Woman are Camelot characters. They appear in the seventh episode of the fifth season. They are portrayed by co-stars Max Haynes and Jackie Minns. Their status is currently unknown.
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History:
The young Man is with the old Woman while she is healed by Merlin's magic powers.

Nicodemus

Nicodemus is a Camelot character. He is mentioned in the fourth episode of the fifth season, and he appears in the fifth episode of the same season. He is currently alive.
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Villager (The Broken Kingdom)

The Villager (The Broken Kingdom) is a Camelot character. She appears in the fourth episode of the fifth season. She is portrayed by co-star Sarah Hayward. She is currently alive.
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Violet's Mother

Violet's Mother is a Camelot character. She is first mentioned in the fourth episode of the fifth season. She is currently deceased.
History:
This Camelot woman marries Sir Morgan, one of King Arthur's knights, who came from another land. The couple eventually have a daughter, Violet. Sir Morgan's wife was a champion rider and gifted Violet with a horse on her seventh birthday. Before the girl can even learn how to ride, though, her mother passes away due to an unknown consequence of dealing with magic. ("The Broken Kingdom", "Only You", "An Untold Story")
For major Camelot Characters, see this category.

DunBroch

Edgar (The Bear King)

Edgar (The Bear King) is a DunBroch character. He appears in the ninth episode of the fifth season. He is portrayed by co-star Richard Stroh. He is currently alive.
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Lord Dingwall

Lord Dingwall is a DunBroch character. He first appears in the sixth episode of the fifth season. He is portrayed by co-star Josh Hallem. He is currently alive.
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Lord MacGuffin

Lord MacGuffin is a DunBroch character. He first appears in the sixth episode of the fifth season. He is portrayed by co-star Marco D'Angelo. He is currently alive.
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Merida's Brothers

Merida's Brothers are DunBroch characters. They are first mentioned in the first episode of the fifth season, and appear in the sixth episode of the same season. They are portrayed by co-stars Colton Barnert, Jordan Olson and Matthew Olson. They are currently alive.
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History:
Merida's three brothers are kidnapped by the clans of DunBroch in retaliation against Merida, whom they deem unworthy to be their Queen. The clans plan to execute the brothers, but Merida gains the clansmen's recognition as their new ruler, allowing her brothers to be freed. ("The Bear and the Bow", "The Bear King")

Mor'du

Mor'du is a DunBroch character. He is first mentioned in the sixth episode of the fifth season. He is currently deceased.
History:
Mor'du was an infamous prince from DunBroch. His fate was changed when a Witch turned him into a bear and gave him the strength of ten men thanks to a magic potion, which would later be called the Spell of Mor'du. At an unknown point after his transformation, Mor'du became a legend as he faced and was defeated by King Fergus, who earned the title of "The Bear King". ("The Bear and the Bow", "The Bear King")

Seonaidh

Seonaidh is a DunBroch character. He is first mentioned in the ninth episode of the fifth season. His status is currently unknown.
History:
Seonaidh is a famous individual from the land of DunBroch. He is well-known for being related to the legend of a magical ale, which allows people to communicate with the dead from the Underworld. Seonaidh's reputation becomes so important that even most of the people from DunBroch are not sure if he is real. Eventually, the magical ale was named after him. ("The Bear King", "Souls of the Departed")

United Clans

The United Clans are DunBroch characters. They are first mentioned in the first episode of the fifth season, and first appear in the sixth episode of the same season. They are portrayed by several unknown cast members. They are currently alive.
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For major DunBroch Characters, see this category.

Enchanted Forest

Aide

The Aide is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the sixth episode of the first season. He is portrayed by co-star Demord Dann. He is currently alive.
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History:
The Aide is one of King Midas' guards, and is present as Prince Charming prepares to slay a Dragon.

Alistair

Alistair is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the eleventh episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Michael Adamwaite. He is currently alive
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History:
Alistair takes part in a hunt for the Yaoguai with Belle and Claude.

Andre

Andre is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the thirteenth episode of the second season. He is portrayed by an unknown extra. He is currently deceased.
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History:
Andre is a giant of the Enchanted Forest who lives on top of a beanstalk with his five brothers, including Anton, Arlo, Abraham and Argyle. After a human army invades the top of the beanstalk, he is slain during the invasion, with Anton being the only survivor.

Argyle

Argyle is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the thirteenth episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Andre Tricoteux. He is currently deceased.
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History:
Argyle is a giant of the Enchanted Forest who lives on top of a beanstalk with his five brothers, including Anton, Arlo, Abraham and Andre. After a human army invades the top of the beanstalk, he is slain during the invasion, with Anton being the only survivor. ("Tiny")

Armed Escort

The Armed Escort is an Enchanted Forest character. He first appears in the third episode of the first season. He is portrayed by co-star Lucas Wolf. He is currently alive.
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History:

He is one of the guards who aids Prince Charming and Princess Abigail during their journey from the Royal Castle to King Midas's castle.

During the journey, the royal carriage is blocked by a fallen tree. As Prince Charming inspects the trunk with the knights, the escort asks him what's wrong, and Prince Charming tells him that the tree didn't fall; it's been cut. Realizing it's an ambush, they rush back to the carriage, but it is too late: The thief has already escaped with Charming's belongings: His engagement ring. ("Snow Falls", "The Shepherd")

During the journey, the royal carriage is blocked by a fallen tree. As Prince Charming examines the trunk with the knights, he discovers that the tree didn't fall; it's been cut. As everyone draws their swords, Prince Charming tells the guards that they need to get the log moved immediately. After the tree is moved aside, they continue on their journey. ("Snow Drifts")

Bartholomew

Bartholomew is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the seventh episode of the first season. He is portrayed by co-star Scott Heindl. He is currently deceased.
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History:
Bartholomew and Horatio get into a fight with the Huntsman at a tavern, and the Huntsman kills him by stabbing him in the neck.

Berkley

Berkley is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the twentieth episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Aleks Paunovic. He is currently alive.
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History:
Berkley is one of the Evil Queen's Black Knights.

Bishop

The Bishop is an Enchanted Forest character. He first appears in the first episode of the first season. He is portrayed by co-star Tom Pickett. He is currently alive.
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History:
The Bishop is the religious official who weds Snow White and Prince Charming during the wedding ceremony at their castle. Later, in Isaac's storybook, he rewrites a happy ending for Zelena, who marries Robin Hood, her sister Regina's true love. During the ceremony, the wedding is performed by the bishop. ("Pilot", "The Thing You Love Most", "The New Neverland", "Operation Mongoose Part 2")

Black Guard

The Black Guard is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the seventh episode of the first season. He is portrayed by co-star Kam Kozak. He is currently alive.
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History:
The Black Guard is one of the Evil Queen's knights, and he brings the Huntsman to her.

Black Knight Archer

The Black Knight Archer is an Enchanted Forest character. He first appears in the twenty-first episode of the third season. He is portrayed by co-star Mik Byskov. He is currently alive.
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History:
He is one of the Black Knights who accompany the Evil Queen to the royal ball held at King Midas's castle. When Snow White, who has just broken into the castle, escapes on horseback, the archer tries to shoot her with an arrow. However, the arrow misses when Emma tackles him. The archer alerts all those around him that Emma helped Snow White escape, and Regina has Emma arrested. Shortly after, the Queen sends a group of Bridge Trolls to deal with Snow White, but when they fail, she turns them into cockroaches. She threatens to do the same to the archer if he fails her again. To make a point, she lifts her boot and squashes one of the roaches with her foot, before ordering the knight him to find Snow White. ("Snow Drifts", "There's No Place Like Home", "Heart of Gold")

Black Knight (A Land Without Magic)

The Black Knight (A Land Without Magic) is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the twenty-second episode of the first season. He is portrayed by co-star Charles Zuckerman. He is currently deceased.
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History:
He is one of the Evil Queen's Black Knights who escort Prince Charming from his cell in the Dark Palace. However, Prince Charming is saved when the Huntsman comes to his rescue, and shoots the guard with an arrow, killing him.

Black Knight (The Cricket Game)

The Black Knight (The Cricket Game) is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the tenth episode of the first season. He is portrayed by co-star Michael Soltis. He is currently alive.
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History:
After King George is defeated by Snow White and Prince Charming, the Black Knight informs the Queen about it.

Black Knight (Heart of Darkness)

The Black Knight (Heart of Darkness) is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the sixteenth episode of the first season. He is portrayed by co-star Edward Foy. He is currently alive.
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History:
As one of the Black Knights, he works for the Evil Queen. Snow White attacks him to get information about the queen's whereabouts, and she steals his armor and weapons. Prince Charming later finds him roaming the woods naked.

Black Knight (Pilot)

The Black Knight (Pilot) is an Enchanted Forest character. He first appears in the first episode of the first season. He is portrayed by co-star James Bramford. He is currently alive.
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History:
He is one of the Black Knights who enter the Royal Castle as the Dark Curse engulfs the Enchanted Forest. They attack Prince Charming as he tries to bring his infant daughter, who is the savior, to the Magic Wardrobe, in order to sent her to the Land Without Magic. Prince Charming overpowers them, and sends the baby through the wardrobe. The Black Knights attack him again, and the wounded prince does his best to defend himself, but he is quickly stabbed in the abdomen, and drops to the floor. The knights pry the wardrobe open, but it is empty. The Evil Queen arrives, and asks the knights about the child. The Black Knight replies, "Gone. It was in the wardrobe; and then it was gone. It's nowhere to be found." ("Pilot", "A Land Without Magic", "The Tower")

Black Knight (Souls of the Departed)

The Black Knight (Souls of the Departed) is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the twelfth episode of the fifth season. He is portrayed by co-star Jesse Blue. He is currently deceased.
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Black Knight 1 (Ariel)

Black Knight 1 (Ariel) is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the sixth episode of the third season. He is portrayed by co-star Josh Kalender. He is currently deceased.
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History:
He is one of the Evil Queen's Black Knights. Regina snaps his neck in anger after he fails to kill Snow White.

Black Knight 1 (Child of the Moon)

Black Knight 1 (Child of the Moon) is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the seventh episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Jason Cermak. He is currently alive.
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History:
As Red Riding Hood, and Snow White are running from a group of Black Knights, this man suddenly appears out of nowhere and attacks Snow White, saying that she cannot run from the Evil Queen, but the two woman manage to knock him out, and hide from the rest of the knights.

Black Knight 2 (Ariel)

Black Knight 2 (Ariel) is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in sixth episode of the third season. He is portrayed by co-star Adam Lolacher. He is currently alive.
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History:
He and a fellow Black Knight chase Snow White to the edge of a cliff, but she manages to escape. To show them what "dead looks like", the Evil Queen kills his companion by snapping his neck. The knight then asks if he should send more men after Snow White, but she tells them that they've proven unequal to the task.

Black Knight 2 (Child of the Moon)

Black Knight 2 (Child of the Moon) is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the seventh episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Chad Riley. He is currently deceased.
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History:
He is one of three Black Knights who track Snow White to the Werewolves' Den. The two of them kill Quinn, one of the Werewolves, by shooting him with an arrow. The knight then states to the remaining werewolves that they will stand down, or be killed, but Anita, the pack leader, kills him by snapping his neck, while the other pack members do the same to the other guards.

Blacktooth

Blacktooth is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the twelfth episode of the fifth season. He is portrayed by co-star Steven Roberts. He is currently deceased.
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Blind Witch

The Blind Witch is an Enchanted Forest character. She appears in the second episode of the first season. She is portrayed by co-star Patti Allan, and is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Miss Ginger. She is currently alive.
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History:
The blind witch, recruited by the Evil Queen, is one of the many who gather when she decides to enact the curse. After being assured by the Queen that they will be happy in this new world, the blind witch and the other recruits slice off a lock of their hair to contribute as a curse ingredient. Lastly, the Queen sacrifices the heart of her steed, and although a dark cloud does briefly rise after all ingredients are added, the curse ultimately fails to work. Following a consultation with the curse creator, the Queen succeeds in her second attempt to cast the curse, which sends the blind witch, along with most of the Enchanted Forest inhabitants, into another realm.

Blueberry Pie Gal

The Blueberry Pie Gal is an Enchanted Forest character. She appears in the twelfth episode of the fifth season. She is portrayed by co-star Julia Tortolano. She is currently alive.
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Bossy

Bossy is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the fourteenth episode of the first season. He is portrayed by co-star Ken Kramer. He is currently alive.
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History:
Bossy is the lead dwarf of the mines who assists in teaching and training the newly born dwarves into their roles as diamond miners. As referenced in his name, he is incredibly bossy and frank about his rigid views on dwarves. Bossy is flabbergasted when one of the dwarves, Dreamy, falls in love with a fairy, Nova, and wants to run away with her. Teaming up with the Blue Fairy, they persuade Dreamy no dwarf and fairy can belong together in the world and his rightful place is with his dwarf brothers.

Burly Knight

The Burly Knight is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the sixth episode of the first season. He is portrayed by co-star Ian Butcher. He is currently alive.
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History:
He is a knight working for King George. He assists Prince Charming on a mission to slay a Dragon, but is severely burnt in the process.

Captain (Swan Song)

The Captain (Swan Song) is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the eleventh episode of the fith season. He is portrayed by guest star Scott Hylands. He status is currently unknown.
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Carny

The Carny is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the twentieth episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Hrothgar Mathews. He is currently alive.
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History:
The carny leads an amateur protest against the Evil Queen.

Children

The Children are Enchanted Forest characters. They appear in the twenty-second episode of the fourth season. They are portrayed by co-stars Dante Arias and Octavian Kaul. They are currently alive.
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History:
In Isaac's alternate reality, they are playing with wooden swords when Rumplestiltskin, the Light One, passes by on his way home, as they look on in delight.

Cinderella's Stepfamily

Cinderella's Stepfamily is an Enchanted Forest character. They appear in the fourth of the first season. They are portrayed by three unnamed extras, and are currently alive.
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History:
One evening, Cinderella watches sadly as her stepmother and stepsisters leave for the ball at the King's Castle. According to Ruby, Cinderella's Storybrooke counterpart, Ashley Boyd, has a stepmom and two stepsisters she doesn't talk to; however, it is not known whether they live in Storybrooke, or are a fabrication of the Dark Curse.

Dead Eye

Dead Eye is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the thirteenth episode of the fifth season. He is portrayed by co-star Teach Grant. He is currently alive.
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Donkey Driver

The Donkey Driver is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the nineteenth episode of the first season. He is portrayed by co-star Michael Roberds. He is currently deceased.
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History:
The Donkey Driver is passing through the village road when Baelfire runs into his cart while trying to retrieve his toy. At first, the driver berates the injured boy for getting in his way, but upon seeing he is Rumplestiltskin's son, he immediately begins apologizing and tries to make up for his rudeness. Rumplestiltskin, however, sees Baelfire's knee is bleeding and punishes the driver by transforming him into a snail, and steps on him, much to Baelfire's horror.

Dragon

The Dragon is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the sixth episode of the first season. He is currently deceased.
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History:
The Dragon inhabits the mountains and causes trouble for one of the villages in King Midas' kingdom. King George, desperate to secure supplements of gold from King Midas into his own kingdom, agrees to have his son James slay the beast. To prove himself strong enough for the task ahead, James duel with Behemoth, but suffers a fatal blow and dies. From the deal-maker Rumplestiltskin, he procures James' twin David to take the prince's place and kill the dragon. Upon success, King Midas agrees to seal his promise of gold to King George's kingdom, but only if "James" marries his daughter Abigail.

Driver

The Driver is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the third episode of the spin.off. He is portrayed by co-star Ryan MacDonald. He is currently alive.
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Drunk Charlie

Drunk Charlie is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the eighteenth episode of the third season. He is portrayed by co-star Steve Elliott. He is currently alive.
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History:
Drunk Charlie is a customer at a tavern where Cora works. He grabs hold of her and asks her to give them a dance, but she playfully tells him to let go, and pushes him away.

Drunk Charlie's Friend

Drunk Charlie's Friend is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the eighteenth episode of the third season. He is portrayed by co-star Brian Knox McGugan. He is currently alive.
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History:
Drunk Charlie's Friend is a customer at a tavern where young Cora works. He tries to grab her waist as she serves him a drink, but she playfully fends him off.

Drunken Lout

The Drunken Lout is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the fourteenth episode of the fith season. He is portrayed by co-star Gavin Cooke. His status is currently unknown.
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History:
The Drunken Lout is a patron at a tavern close to Rumplestiltskin's village. He drunkenly bumps into Milah, and begins harassing her, but a pirate named Killian Jones intervenes, and knocks him out with a punch to the face.

Duke

The Duke is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the fourteenth episode of the fourth season. He is portrayed by co-star Gerry Rousseau. He is currently alive.
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History:
The Duke, while passing by in his carriage, alerts Queen Regina about the upcoming wedding between Aurora and Prince Phillip.

Duke of the Frontlands

The Duke of the Frontlands is an Enchanted Forest character. He is first mentioned in the eighth episode of the first season.[2] His status is currently unknown.
History:
The Duke of the Frontlands is the man who rules the lands where Rumplestiltskin and Baelfire live. At a moment of his life, he goes into a war against the Ogres. He decides to send his army and his people to the front, continuing to give them supplies during the conflict. One day, he succeeds to take the control of Zoso, the Dark One at that time, by using his dagger. He uses him to help his knights, including Hordor, to pick children aged fourteen by force to become soldiers and take part in the Ogre War. Eventually, Rumplestilskin is tricked by Zoso to break into the Duke's castle and to steal the dagger from the Duke. It is unknown what happens to the Duke, after Rumplestiltskin becomes the Dark One. ("Desperate Souls", "Manhattan")

Eric's Footman

Eric's Footman is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the sixth episode of the third season. He is portrayed by co-star Arpad Balogh. He is currently alive.
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History:
He is Prince Eric's employee. The day Eric is set to leave for his travels, he waits for Ariel, who promised to give him an answer about whether she wants to join him or not. When the travel preparations are done, the footman notifies Eric. The prince then to set sail, and as he walks away from the balcony, he fails to see Ariel, who has lost her voice and cannot call out to him.

Gnome

The Gnome is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the second episode of the first season. He is portrayed by co-star Layton Keely. He is currently transformed into a statue.
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History:
The Gnome is one of the Evil Queen's followers who gather together to hear her speak about casting the Dark Curse. He helps to contribute to the first casting attempt by giving up a lock of his hair to the Evil Queen and stands by as the curse is activated, but fails. The Gnome finds amusement in the fact the curse did not work, to which the Evil Queen permanently turns him into stone for his mockery.

Gorgon

Gorgon is an Enchanted Forest character. He first appears in the first episode of the fifth season. He is portrayed by an unknown extra. He is currently deceased.
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History:

Gorgon the Invincible is a previous Dark One, who was able to take the appearance of a fire-breathing Bandersnatch. Some time after becoming the Dark One, Gorgon tried to steal the Sorcerer's Hat created by Merlin, but he failed. Eventually, Gorgon is killed or died. He was succeeded by a man named Zoso. ("The Apprentice", "The Dark Swan", "Nimue")

Years later, when trying to tempt Emma into embracing her inner darkness, the Darkness transforms into Gorgon, startling the newest Dark One. Six weeks after this, in the cavern beneath Emma's house in Storybrooke, Gorgon is among all of the Dark Ones who appear, in spirit, to witness Emma reuniting Excalibur and the Dark One's Dagger. ("The Dark Swan", "Nimue")

Hook, the second Dark One at that time, enacts a portal in Storybrooke to the Underworld to bring back all the previous Dark Ones. Gorgon is among the Dark Ones that come back to life to snuff out the light. However, as Hook realizes what kind of man he wants to be, he uses Excalibur, which he obtained by tricking Emma into giving it to him after she got it from Mr. Gold, to absorb the spirits of the Dark Ones. Hook begs his true love to kill him, destroying the Darkness and letting him die a hero. ("Broken Heart", "Swan Song")

Grace's Caretakers

Grace's Caretakers are Enchanted Forest characters. They appear in the seventeenth episode of the first season. They are portrayed by co-stars Scott E. Miller and Laura Wilson, and are the Enchanted Forest counterparts of Mr. and Mrs. Grace. They are currently alive.
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History:
They are Jefferson's neighbors in the Enchanted Forest, who look after his daughter Grace while he is away.

Guard (7:15 A.M.)

The Guard (7:15 A.M.) is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the tenth episode of the first season. He is portrayed by co-star Michasha Armstrong. He is currently alive.
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History:
He is a royal guard working for King George, and is the one who takes Snow White to the dungeon when she tries to see Prince Charming.

Guard (Lady of the Lake)

The Guard (Lady of the Lake) is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the third episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Lee Tichon. He is currently deceased.
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History:
He is one of King George's guards, who go after Prince Charming's mother, Ruth. Prince Charming kills the guard by snapping his neck.

Gus

Gus is an Enchanted Forest character. He is mentioned in the seventh episode of the second season, and is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Billy. He is currently deceased.
History:
Gus is one of the mice who lived in Cinderella's pantry.

Head Troll

The Head Troll is an Enchanted Forest character. He first appears in the third episode of the first season. He is portrayed by co-star Mark Gibbon. His status is currently unknown.
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History:

He is one of the Bridge Trolls who attack Snow White and Prince Charming.

The Head Troll lives with a group of trolls of trolls under the Troll Bridge. Ex-princess Snow White begins stealing from roadside travelers and giving the jewelry to the trolls so she can receive gold as payment. One day, she steals from a prince and he forces her to help him get the stolen goods back. She leads him to the Troll Bridge where she attempts to buy the stolen jewels back. Unfortunately, the trolls refuse, and when they learn that Snow White is a fugitive of the Evil Queen, the trolls attempt to kidnap her. As the Head Troll is about to kill Charming, Snow White uses her dark fairy dust to turn all of the trolls into cockroaches, and one of them is killed by Prince Charming, who steps on it. ("Snow Falls")

The Lead Trolls lives with a group of trolls of trolls under the Troll Bridge. On the Queen's orders, they attack Snow White as she approaches. Prince Charming is caught up in the scuffle. As the Head Troll is about to kill him, Snow White grabs a handful of sand and pretends it is fairy dust. She threatens to use the fairy dust to turn the trolls into bugs, to which they let Prince Charming go and retreat. Infuriated at their failure, the Queen turns the trolls into bugs. Setting this as an example for one of her guards, she stomps on one of the bugs, threatening to do the same to him if he fails to capture Snow White again. ("There's No Place Like Home")

Helper Dwarf

The Helper Dwarf is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the fourteenth episode of the first season. He is portrayed by co-star Michael Rinaldi. He is currently alive.
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History:
After the eight dwarves hatch from their eggs, the Helper Dwarf gives each of them axes that have their designated names on them.

Honora

Honora is an Enchanted Forest character. She appears in the nineteenth episode of the first season. She is portrayed by co-star Christina Gooding. She is currently deceased.
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History:
Honora is a mute woman who serves the household of Rumplestiltskin as a maid. She helps to clean up and tend to their linens and fetch their meals. By accident, she sees Rumplestiltskin's dagger when he is showing it to his son Baelfire. After placing dinner on the table for them, Honora hastily sent home by Rumpletilskin. Paranoid about the possibility that the maid may tell others about the dagger, Rumplestiltskin pays a visit to Honora's home and brutally murders her. When Baelfire sees the blood stains, he is stunned that his father killed an innocent person, but Rumplestiltskin reasons he is right as even the chance someone knows about the dagger is a true threat.

Horatio

Horatio is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the seventh episode of the first season. He is portrayed by co-star Tristan Jensen. He is currently alive.
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History:
Horatio and Bartholomew get into a fight with the Huntsman at a tavern.

Jailer

The Jailer is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the first episode of the first season. He is portrayed by guest star Peter Bryant. He is currently alive.
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History:
He is a prison guard who is put in charge to look after the detained Rumplestiltskin, who is imprisoned in the dungeon. One day, Snow White and Prince Charming come to seek answers from Rumplestiltskin about the Queen’s curse. As the jailer guides them to the dungeon, he tells them to stay in the dark and not give Rumplestiltskin their names, or he will have power over them. As they approach the cell, he calls out to Rumplestiltskin, and says that he has a question for him. A voice from within the cell says, "No, you don't." Rumplestiltskin then drops down from the ceiling and continues, "They do".

Jester

The Jester is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the twelfth episode of the fifth season. He is portrayed by co-star Stefano Giulianetti. He is currently deceased.
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King

The King is an Enchanted Forest character. He is first mentioned in the fifth episode of the third season. His status is currently unknown.
History:
After Liam Jones finds the mysterious gem known as the Eye of the Storm, he and his brother, Killian, are rewarded with leadership positions in the King's navy. Liam becomes the captain of the Jewel of the Realm, and is summoned by the king to sail to Neverland and retrieve the plant Dreamshade for medicinal healing purposes. However, the plant turns out to be a deadly poison, and Liam dies from a cut by the plant's thorns. After his death, Killian rallies the ship crew into abandoning their loyalty to their former king in order to live as pirates "with honor" instead. ("Good Form", "The Brothers Jones")

Knight

The Knight is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the third episode of the third season. He is portrayed by co-star Dominic Downer. He is currently alive.
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History:
The Knight is a patron at the tavern where the Evil Queen dines with Tinker Bell. He dines with an unnamed man at the neighboring table as two women discuss the queen's loveless marriage to King Leopold.

Knight 1

Knight 1 is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the sixth episode of the first season. He is portrayed by co-star Matthew MacCaull. He is currently deceased.
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History:
The knight works for King George, and assists Prince Charming on a mission to slay a Dragon. However, he is killed when the dragon emerges from a cave and breathes fire, incinerating him.

Lead Guard

The Lead Guard is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the seventeenth episode of the third season. He is portrayed by co-star JC Williams. He is currently alive.
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History:
The Lead Guard is one of the knights who are guarding a wealthy carriage traveling down the road. They are robbed by Captain Hook and his men.

Lead Knight

The Lead Knight is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the third episode of the first season. He is portrayed by co-star Amos Stern. He is currently deceased.
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History:
He is one of the Black Knights who encounters Snow White in the forest and attempt to kill her for the Evil Queen. However, Prince Charming intervenes and kills the knight by throwing a knife into his back.

LeFou

LeFou is an Enchanted Forest character. He is mentioned in the seventeenth episode of the fifth season. He is currently alive.
History:
LeFou is a man who loves to spread tall tales to embarrass one of his friends, Gaston.

Liam

Liam is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the eleventh episode of the fifth season. He is portrayed by co-star Sebastian West. He is currently alive.
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Lord LeGume

Lord LeGume is an Enchanted Forest character. He is mentioned in the seventeenth episode of the fifth season. He is currently alive.
History:
Lord LeGume is the ruler of a kingdom next to Maurice's. He is the father of Gaston, who eventually become the fiancé of Maurice's daughter, Belle. As a result of the engagement, Lord LeGume decides to join his army with Maurice's against the ogres, during the Ogre War.

Majordomo

The Majordomo is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the tenth episode of the first season. He is portrayed by co-star Jonathan Holmes. He is currently alive.
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History:
He is an employee of King George, who helps make preparations for the wedding between Princess Abigail and Prince Charming. Snow White enters the castle posing as a flower deliverer for the prince, and Majordomo allows her to go in.

Maleficent's Unicorn

Maleficent's Unicorn is an Enchanted Forest character. It appears in the second episode of the first season. It is currently alive.
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History:
The unicorn is Maleficent's only companion in the isolated home they share. Maleficent holds a great deal of value and affection for the unicorn and even suggests to the Evil Queen, when she asks for the Dark Curse back, that a pet would do wonders for her too. Uninterested in anything except revenge against Snow White, the Evil Queen spars with Maleficent as a means to get the curse. Realizing the unicorn is Maleficent's weak point, the Evil Queen prepares to kill the animal, but Maleficent jumps in to protect her pet. The Queen then traps Maleficent and retrieves the curse.

Massive Brawler

The Massive Brawler is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the eleventh episode of the fifth season. He is portrayed by co-star Andre Tricoteux. He is currently deceased.
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History:
The Massive Brawler is present in a tavern when Regina enters with Hook, whom he immediately takes a dislike to, stating that pirates aren't welcome in the building. When the Brawler blocks his path, Hook assumes the man as the "challenge" Regina wanted him to take on in order to prove he has no weaknesses. Regina corrects this mistakes by twisting the Brawler's head, killing him, before directing Hook to his actual target.

Mid-Wife

The Mid-Wife is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the eighteenth episode of the third season. She is portrayed by co-star Yvette Dudley-Neuman. her status is currently unknown.
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History:
She is a middle-aged woman who helps Cora give birth to her firstborn child, Zelena.

Military Advisor

The Military Advisor is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the twelvth episode of the first season. He is portrayed by co-star Chris Shields. He is currently alive.
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History:
The Military Advisor works for Sir Maurice during the third Ogre War.

Miller

The Miller is an Enchanted Forest character. He is first mentioned in the eighteenth episode of the first season and he appears in the sixteenth episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Gerry Rousseau. His status is currently unknown.
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History:
The Miller is frequently irresponsibly drunk while working on the mill, which is mostly run by his daughter Cora. One morning, she comes across him completely intoxicated though he was supposed to make a delivery of flour bags. Angrily, Cora tosses aside his alcohol bottle, but is unable to rouse her father from his state, so she carts the flour bags to the castle herself.[3]

Minister

The Minister is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the graphic novel Shadow of the Queen. He is currently alive.
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History:
The Minister is a priest in the village near the silver mines. During a harsh winter, he is approached by the Huntsman, who demands that he pay tribute to the Queen by providing goods from the mines. However, the minister insists nothing can be dug out from the mines because they are frozen by ice. The Huntsman continues to press him, so the minister admits the villagers possess a small amount of silver-made belongings. He pleads that they need it in order to have items to sell and evade starvation, but the Huntsman forces him to comply. The next morning, all the villagers' silver items are taken by the Huntsman.

Morraine's Parents

Morraine's Parents are Enchanted Forest characters. They appear in the eight episode of the first season. They are portrayed by co-stars Mark Gash and Kate Bateman. Their status is currently unknown.
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History:
Morraine's parents beg Hordor not to take away their daughter to be a soldier in the Ogre War. Unsympathetically, he uses a dagger to force the Dark One to magically subdue the girl’s parents, much to the horror of the other villagers.

Mother/Woman

The Mother/Woman is an Enchanted Forest character. She appears in the fifth episode of the spin-off. She is portrayed by guest star Sarah-Jane Redmond. She is currently alive.
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History:
She is Anastasia's mother, who has worked restlessly to better her family status and has always had high hopes that her daughters will marry well. Anastasia proves to be a disappointment to her after choosing the infamous thief Will Scarlet as her future partner. She stops the lovers from leaving through a looking glass to another world, and harshly criticizes Anastasia for being an utter failure. She also claims the only way Anastasia could ever set foot in her household again is by working as her chamber pot cleaning maid. Despite the likelihood of never seeing her daughter again, she remarks that at least Anastasia's sisters won't prove to be such a disappointment. In tears, Anastasia says goodbye to her mother, who watches stoically as her daughter and Will disappear into the looking glass. ("Heart of Stone", "Dirty Little Secrets")

Naval Captain

The Naval Captain is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the fifteenth episode of the fifth season. He is portrayed by co-star Chris Humphreys. His status is currently unknown.
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History:
The Captain was the first captain of the Jewel of the Realm. He and his men discover the Brothers Jones after they survived at a tempest. When Liam shows them the Eye of the Storm, the naval captain decides to allow them to become sailors in the King's Navy.

Older Man

The Older Man is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the twentieth episode of the fourth season. He is portrayed by co-star John Innes. He is currently alive.
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History:
The Older Man attends a young Couple's wedding in a meadow, where the Queen interrupts to confront the couple about conducting the ceremony on her property.

Palace Guard (Family Business)

The Palace Guard (Family Business) is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the sixth episode of the fourth season. He is portrayed by co-star Garfield Wilson. He is currently alive.
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History:
The Palace Guard works for Sir Maurice. He tries to help Colette escape as the ogres invade the castle.

Peasant (Labor of Love)

The Peasant (Labor of Love) is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the thirteenth episode of the fifth season. He is portrayed by co-star Kerry van der Griend. He is currently alive.
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History:
He is one of a group of villagers in Snow White's kingdom who are terrorized by Dead Eye the bandit.

Peasant 1 (Lost Girl)

Peasant 1 (Lost Girl) is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the second episode of the third season. He is portrayed by co-star Robert Mann. He is currently alive.
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History:
As Snow White tries to rally commoners to fight alongside her to reclaim the throne, the peasant warns his fellow villagers that the Queen has come.

Peasant Boy

The Peasant Boy is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the twentieth episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Max Montesi. He is currently alive.
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History:
The Peasant Boy attends an amateur protest against the Evil Queen.

Peasant Girl

The Peasant Girl is an Enchanted Forest character. She appears in the twentieth episode of the second season. She is portrayed by co-star Bri Neal. She is currently alive.
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History:
The Peasant Girl attends an amateur protest against the Evil Queen.

Peasant Man

The Peasant Man is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the twentieth episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star William Phillips. He is currently alive.
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History:
The Peasant Man attends an amateur protest against the Evil Queen.

Peddler

The Peddler is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the first episode of the fifth season. He is portrayed by co-star Brent Strait. He is currently alive.
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History:
In the Enchanted Forest, Emma Swan, the new Dark One, comes across a peddler and asks for directions to Camelot. When the peddler wants to charge her money, she inadvertently begins to strangle him, but stops when she realizes what she's doing.

Prince Charming's Father

Prince Charming's Father is an Enchanted Forest character. He is first mentioned in the sixth episode of the first season. He is currently deceased.
History:
He was a farmer, and was married to Ruth. Ruth gave birth to twins, David and James. However, their livelihood is crushed by the family's poverty. A wizard named Rumplestiltskin offers them a large amount of money for one of their sons, who will be given to a barren king and queen. To save themselves from their destitute situation, Ruth and her husband give up James. As they raise David, Ruth constantly quarrels with her husband about his drinking problems. Despite his apparent dependency on alcohol, her husband is genuine about changing for the better. He promises, that when he returns from a two week journey to bring supplies onto their farm, that his addiction will be gone. Tragically, on the fourteenth day, her husband dies, having fallen into a ravine while traveling home, after becoming drunk at a tavern.("The Shepherd", "White Out")

Prison Guard

The Prison Guard is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the tenth episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Nick Hunnings. He is currently alive.
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History:
The Prison Guard is in charge of guarding the Evil Queen's cell when she is imprisoned within the castle after she is captured by Snow White. He informs the queen that she has a visitor.

Quartermaster

The Quartermaster is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the tenth episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Ryan Hesp. His status is currently unknown.
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History:
The Quartermaster is a member of Killian Jones' pirate crew.

Queen's Guard

The Queen's Guard is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the tenth episode of the first season. He is portrayed by co-star Osmond Lloyd Bramble. He is currently alive.
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History:
The Queen's Guard is a Black Knight who accompanies the Evil Queen when she runs into Hansel and Gretel.

Rapunzel's Brother

Rapunzel's Brother are Enchanted Forest characters. He is mentioned in the fourteenth episode of the third season. He is currently deceased.
History:
As the eldest child, he is heir to his parents' kingdom, but after saving his sister Rapunzel from a stream, he passes away, leaving his parents to name Rapunzel as their next heir.

Rapunzel's Parents

Rapunzel's Parents are Enchanted Forest characters. They appear in the fourteenth episode of the third season. They are portrayed by co-star Everick Golding and Natalie von Rotsburg. They are currently alive.
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History:
Rapunzel's Parents are the king and queen of an unnamed kingdom. They are separated from their daughter, Rapunzel, after she digests a magical plant called Night Root, and is chased into a tower by a cloaked witch. Years later, Prince Charming helps Rapunzel out of the tower, bringing the princess to her parents, who she happily reunites with.

Rivers

Rivers is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the twentieth episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Michael Teigen. He is currently alive.
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History:
Rivers is one of the Evil Queen's Black Knights.

Royal Aide

The Royal Aide is an Enchanted Forest character. She appears in the eighteenth episode of the third season. She is portrayed by co-star Gabrielle Giraud. She is currently alive.
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History:
The Royal Aide works for young Princess Eva. She notifies the princes when it is time to leave the grounds of Prince Leopold's gardens, while Eva is eavesdropping on Cora and Jonathan's conversation.

Royal Doctor

The Royal Doctor is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the fifteenth episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Duncan Ollerenshaw. He is currently alive.
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History:
He is the doctor who checks Queen Eva's health after she contracts a mysterious illness. Eva's daughter, Snow White, wants to know what is wrong with her mother, though the doctor is unable to determine the cause. Privately, he speaks with the palace servant Johanna, asking her to fetch the king to his wife's bedside.

Royal Guard

The Royal Guard is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the sixteenth episode of the first season. He is portrayed by co-star Jim Shield. He is currently alive.
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History:
He works for King George', and is one of the guards who chase Prince Charming and Red Riding Hood while they are trying to find Snow White. Later, he assists in Prince Charming's arrest.

Sailor

The Sailor is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the fifth episode of the third season. He is portrayed by co-star Jordan Schartner. His status is currently unknown.
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History:
The Sailor is part of Liam Jones' naval crew. While Lieutenant Killian Jones is preparing the crew for their next voyage, he notices an undone button on the sailor's shirt and fixes it for him, prompting the sailor to apologize. He then finds a bottle of rum the sailor's pocket and confiscates it, as drunkenness leads to bad form. Later, when the captain dies because of a poison that their king asked them to retrieve, Killian rallies his crew into taking over the ship and becoming pirates. The crew, including the sailor, agree to the idea and chant Killian's name in celebration.

Scarred Ogre

The Scarred Ogre is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the second episode of the first season. He is portrayed by co-star C. Ernst Harth, and is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of the Burly Man. He is currently alive.
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History:
The Ogre attends the Evil Queen's first attempt to enact the Dark Curse, which required locks of hair from those with the darkest souls. He rips out some of his hair and hands it over, but the curse fails to materialize properly.

Sergeant

The Sergeant is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the fourteenth episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Toby Levins. His status is currently unknown.
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History:
In the soldiers' training camp during the Ogre Wars, the Sergeant asks Rumplestiltskin to guard the young seer.

Sheriff

The Sheriff is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the fourth episode of the third season. He is portrayed by co-star Doug Abrahams. His status is currently unknown.
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History:
The Sheriff of Hamelin tells Rumplestiltskin about the Pied Piper, who has led away all the children during the night.

Soldier

The Soldier is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the fourteenth episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Aaron Brooks. His status is currently unknown.
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History:
The Soldier fights during the first Ogre War. He has a conversation with a fellow soldier, Rumplestiltskin.

Spinsters

The Spinsters are Enchanted Forest characters. They are first mentioned in the fourteenth episode of the second season, and appear in the eighth episode of the third season. They are portrayed by co-stars Lindsay Collins and Glynis Davies. Their status is currently unknown.
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History:
The Spinsters are two women who raise a young Rumplestiltskin when his own father abandons him. They often bake meat pies for him, which Rumplestiltskin remembers as one of his happiest memories, long after he has become the Dark One.[4]

Strumpet Thug

The Strumpet Thug is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the eighth episode of the third season. He is portrayed by co-star Colin Corrigan. His status is currently unknown.
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History:
The Strumpet Thug is a man who beats up Malcolm and steals his money when the latter tries to con him in a rigged card game.

Tavern Owner

The Tavern Owner is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the eight episode of the first season. He is portrayed by co-star Howard Siegel. He is currently alive.
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History:
He is the owner of the tavern where the Huntsman get into a fight with Bartholomew and Horatio.

Tavern Waitress

The Tavern Waitress is an Enchanted Forest character. She appears in the fourth episode of the second season. She is portrayed by co-star Chelsea Turner. Her status is currently unknown.
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History:
She works at the tavern where William Smee makes a deal with Rumplestiltskin.

Traveler 2

Traveler 2 is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the third episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Casey Manderson. He is currently alive.
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History:
He is one of Robin Hood's Merry Men.

Trish

Trish is an Enchanted Forest character. She appears in the fifth episode of the second season. She is portrayed by co-star Paula Giroday. She is currently deceased.
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History:
Trish is a witch-in-training taken under the magical instruction of Rumplestiltskin after Regina bails out on him. Regina later returns as a changed person and demonstrates her capacity to learn his methods of magic by ripping out Trish's heart and crushing it to dust.

Villager (Operation Mongoose Part 1)

The Villager (Operation Mongoose Part 1) is an Enchanted Forest character. She appears in the twenty-first episode of the fourth season. She is portrayed by co-star Sarah Ann Hayward. She is currently alive.
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Village Woman

The Village Woman is an Enchanted Forest character. She appears in the fourth episode of the second season. She is portrayed by co-star Rondel Reynoldson. Her status is currently unknown.
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History:
The Village Woman warns Rumplestiltskin that a group of pirates have taken his wife, Milah.

Watchy

Watchy is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the fourteenth episode of the first season. He is portrayed by co-star Richard Ian Cox. He is currently alive.
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Watchy is the dwarf responsible for watching over the unhatched dwarf eggs. He takes notice of when one of the eggs begins hatching earlier than the estimated time. Watchy and Bossy then welcome the new dwarf into the world.

Wealthy Gentleman

The Wealthy Gentleman is an Enchanted Forest character. He appears in the third episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Thomas Saunders. He is currently alive.
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Wench

The Wench is an Enchanted Forest character. She appears in the seventeenth episode of the third season. She is portrayed by co-star Jessa Danielson. She is currently alive.
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History:
The Wench is a prostitute from the Enchanted Forest. Hook's pirate crew buy their captain a night with her, but he merely pretends to accept their gift, and pays the woman off, asking her to lie about what happened. After accepting Hook's money payment, she leaves.

Woman Peasant

The Woman Peasant is an Enchanted Forest character. She appears in the thirteenth episode of the fifth season. She is portrayed by co-star Janet Walmsley. She is currently alive.
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History:
She is one of a group of villagers in Snow White's kingdom who are terrorized by Dead Eye the bandit.

Young Couple

The Young Couple are Enchanted Forest characters. They appear in the twentieth episode of the fourth season. They are portrayed by co-stars Kylee Bush and Jeremy Patrick Schuetze. The Young Man is currently deceased, while the Young Woman is currently alive.
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For major Enchanted Forest Characters, see this category.

Kansas

Auntie Em

Auntie Em is a Kansas character. She appears in the eighteenth episode of the fifth season. She is portrayed by co-star Gina Stockdale. She is currently deceased.
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History:

Emily Brown[5] is the aunt of Dorothy Gale. When her niece returns from Oz after her first visit as a young girl, Emily is the only person who believes her, and refuses to let her be admitted into an asylum. However, Emily dies, gifting Dorothy a puppy named Toto before she does.

After her death, Emily's soul resides in the Underworld, where she is unable to move on because of her unfinished business. She is running a diner called Auntie's Chicken & Waffles, and creates a direct competition to the Blind Witch's diner.

Years later, Emily receives the visit of Emma, Regina, Snow and Ruby. They try to get the old woman's help to wake up Dorothy from her Sleeping Curse. However, the group is tricked by Hades, and Emily is turned into a puddle as she is sent to the "Worse Place" via the Acheron.

Toto

Toto is a Kansas character. He first appears in the sixteenth episode of the fifth season. He is currently alive.
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For major Kansas Characters, see this category.

Land of Untold Stories

Frontiersman

The Frontiersman is a Land of Untold Stories character. He appears in the twenty-third episode of the fifth season. He is portrayed by co-star Shannon Hearn. He is currently alive.
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History:
The Frontiersman is at the Marketplace when David, Hook, Jekyll, Mary Margaret and Zelena are running from Mr.Hyde.
For major Land of Untold Stories Characters, see this category.

Land Without Color

Graveyard Sentry

The Graveyard Sentry is a Land Without Color character. He appears in the twelfth episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Ian Harmon. He is currently alive.
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History:
The Graveyard Sentry works at a cemetery in the Land Without Color. He is the one who shoots Gerhardt Frankenstein, resulting in Gerhardt's death.
For major Land Without Color Characters, see this category.

Land Without Magic

Boston

Adoption Agent (Save Henry)

The Adoption Agent (Save Henry) is a Land Without Magic character. He appears in the ninth episode of the third season. He is portrayed by guest star Julian D. Christopher. He is currently alive.
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History:
The Adoption Agent works at an adoption agency in Boston. He interviews Regina to see if she is fit for adopting a child, and when she gives satisfactory answers, he allows a baby boy to be brought in for her. Regina names the child Henry, but at a later time, she decides to return him after having difficulties. The Adoption Agent needs Regina to sign some papers before he gives Henry to a new family, however, she changes her mind and wants to keep Henry. The agent then goes outside to notify the awaiting prospective parents, John and Michael, about Regina's decision. As soon as he begins telling them about the change of plans, John and Michael walk off without letting him finish speaking, leaving the agent confused at their hastiness. ("Save Henry")

Business Man

The Business Man is a Land Without Magic character. He appears in the thirteenth episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Todd Thomson. He is currently alive.
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History:
The Business Man runs into Mr. Gold, Emma and Henry at Logan International Airport in Boston. When Mr. Gold gets nervous at the security check, the Business Man impatiently quips at him that "it's not rocket science", and asks him if he's ever been on a plane before. Irritated at the man's response, Mr. Gold grips his cane and angrily retorts, "Have you ever been impaled upon a cane before?" Emma quickly stops Mr. Gold, and apologizes to the Business Man. ("Tiny")

Bus Driver

The Bus Driver is a Land Without Magic character. She appears in the twenty-second episode of the fifth season. She is portrayed by co-star Flossie McKnight. She is currently alive.
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History:
She is the driver on a Polar Star Coach Line bus from Maine to Boston. Henry hides his phone inside the bus, to keep Emma from finding out where he is.

Cabbie

The Cabbie is a Land Without Magic character. He appears in the first episode of the first season. He is portrayed by co-star Keith Blackman Dallas. He is currently alive.
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History:
The Cabbie works as a taxi driver in Boston. He drives Henry from the bus station to Emma's apartment. ("Pilot")

Cecilia

Cecilia is a Land Without Magic character. She appears in the twenty-first episode of the third season. She is portrayed by co-star Hannah Longworth. She is currently alive.
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History:
Cecilia is a little girl who once lived with Emma in a group home in Boston. When she is adopted and leaving for her new home, Emma and the other kids watch as Cecilia leave with her adoptive parents. Even as the vehicle pulls away, Emma continues to stare longingly as she, too, desires a family. This experience makes Emma believe that no one is ever going to adopt her, because she is too old, and she eventually runs away from the group home. ("Snow Drifts", "Breaking Glass")

Gordie

Gordie is a Land Without Magic character. He appears in the twentieth episode of the first season. He is portrayed by co-star Isiah Lehtine. He is currently alive.
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History:
Gordie is a young boy who lives at the same group home as Emma and Pinocchio in 1983. With plans of running away, he and several other kids steal money from a drawer, intending to buy bus tickets. Gordie invites Pinocchio to come with them, but the latter is reluctant. Pinocchio asks if Emma can come, but Gordie is adamant that they cannot take care of a baby. As Gordie and the others turn to go, Pinocchio changes his mind, taking a moment to apologize to Emma for leaving her, before going with the group. ("The Stranger")

Group Mother

The Group Mother is a Land Without Magic character. She appears in the twenty-first episode of the third season. She is portrayed by co-star Colleen Wheeler. She is currently alive.
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History:
The Group Mother works at a Boston foster home, where Cecilia and a young Emma lives. She and the other children bid Cecilia farewell when she leaves with her new adoptive parents in a car. After the vehicle pulls away, everyone begins returning into the foster home, but the Group Mother notices Emma is still staring sadly at where Cecilia was. The Group Mother reassures Emma that she'll be adopted one day too, but the blonde wordlessly looks on in doubt. ("Snow Drifts")

Little Girl

The Little Girl is a Land Without Magic character. She appears in the twenty-first episode of the third season. She is portrayed by co-star Iris Troung. She is currently alive.
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History:
The Little Girl is a a child who lives in a group home in Boston, with Cecilia and a young Emma. When Cecilia is adopted, the children watch as she leaves the group home for a new life with a new family. The Little Girl, standing in front of Emma, waves goodbye to Cecilia. ("Snow Drifts")

Old Woman

Old Woman is a Land Without Magic character. She appears in the first episode of the first season. She is portrayed by co-star Darla Fay. She is currently alive.
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The Old Woman is a passenger on a bus to Boston. On her journey, she meets a young boy, Henry, and notices the big book he is holding. She asks him if it's a good book, to which he replies that it's more than just a book. ("Pilot")

Raskind

Raskind is a Land Without Magic character. He appears in the twentieth episode of the first season. He is portrayed by co-star Rick Dobran. He is currently alive.
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History:
Mr. Raskind is a janitor who worked at the group home, where Emma and Pinocchio lived as children. He warns Pinocchio not to touch his toolbox, even though the boy protests that he only wanted to fix Emma's crib so she doesn't get hurt. Mr. Raskind ignores his reason and instead tells him not to touch anything in the house since nothing in it belongs to him. After Pinocchio gives an affirmative response, Mr. Raskind grabs the toolbox and leaves the room. ("The Stranger")

Smith

Smith is a Land Without Magic character. He appears in the thirteenth episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Byron Bertram. He is currently alive.
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History:
Smith works as a TSA agent at Logan International Airport in Boston. ("Tiny")

Tasha Morris

Tasha Morris is a Land Without Magic character. She appears in in the twentieth episode of the fifth season. She is portrayed by co-star Max Chadburn. She is currently alive.
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Connecticut

Hostess

The Hostess is a Land Without Magic character. She appears in the twenty-first episode of the fourth season. She is portrayed by co-star Alison Wandzura. She is currently alive.
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Hancock

Clerk

The Clerk is a Land Without Magic character. He appears in in the twentieth episode of the fifth season. He is portrayed by co-star Anthony F. Ingram. He is currently alive.
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London

George Darling

George Darling is a Land Without Magic character. He appears in the twenty-first episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Andrew Airlie. His current status is unknown.
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History:
George is the husband of Mary and father to Wendy, John and Michael. When, Wendy begins sneaking food upstairs, George and his wife catch her hiding a boy in the nursery's cubby hole. To George's surprise, Mary allows the boy to stay in their house as a guest. ("Second Star to the Right")

Mary Darling

Mary Darling is a Land Without Magic character. She appears in the twenty-first episode of the second season. She is portrayed by co-star Karin Inghammer. Her current status is unknown.
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History:
Mary is the wife of George and mother to Wendy, John and Michael. When Wendy begins sneaking food upstairs, she and George catch her hiding a boy in the nursery's cubby hole. Sympathetic to the boy, who has nowhere else to go, she allows him to stay as a house guest; much to her husband's chargin. ("Second Star to the Right")

Nana

Nana is a Land Without Magic character. She appears in the twenty-first episode of the second season. Her current status is unknown.
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History:
Nana is the Darlings' family dog. When a famished Baelfire breaks into the Darlings' home, he spots a table of food and begins eating from it, but then Nana alerts Wendy to his presence. ("Second Star to the Right")

Long Island

Cruella's Husband

Cruella's Husband is a Land Without Magic character. He appears in the twelfth episode of the fourth season. He is portrayed by co-star Michael Querin. He is currently alive.
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History:
Mr. Feinberg is Cruella's husband. It can be assumed they met and married sometime after Cruella arrived to the Land Without Magic. They live in a Long Island mansion until the day all of their assets are seized by the FBI. Both he and Cruella are forced out of their house while this occurs, but only he is arrested and taken away in a police car, while Cruella is left behind. ("Darkness on the Edge of Town")

FBI Agent

The FBI Agent is a Land Without Magic character. He appears in the twelfth episode of the fourth season. He is portrayed by co-star Panou. He is currently alive.
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History:
The FBI Agent arrests Cruella's husband, Mr. Feinberg, after the Feinbergs have their possessions confiscated. ("Darkness on the Edge of Town ")

Maine

Captain (Welcome to Storybrooke)

The Captain (Welcome to Storybrooke) is a Land Without Magic character. He appears in the seventeenth episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Steve Makaj. He is currently alive.
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History:
The Captain is a police officer who accompanies Owen Flynn to the Storybrooke town line after Owen loses his father. Owen insists that the town is there, even though neither he or the Captain are able to see Storybrooke, which is invisible to outsiders. ("Welcome to Storybrooke")

Cashier (Firebird)

The Cashier (Firebird) is a Land Without Magic character. She appears in the twentieth episode of the fifth season. She is portrayed by co-star Bronwen Smith. She is currently alive.
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History:
The Cashier is working at Chantey's Lobster House in 2009. One day, Emma Swan comes to the diner, asking if someone remember the story of how she was found next to the shop in 1983, as a baby with another boy. The Cashier retorts that no one from the diner could remember it, as they can't keep a cook for six weeks. Emma asks if a long-time customer could remember it, but the Cashier explains that their food is not good enough to have that kind of customers. Eventually, the Cashier sells food to Emma and Cleo Fox. ("Firebird")

Massachusetts

Brunette Girl

The Brunette Girl is a Land Without Magic character. She appears in the nineteenth episode of the fourth season. She is portrayed by co-star Zoey Siewert. She is currently alive.
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History:
The Brunette Girl is a little girl who attends school in Lowell, Massachusetts.[6] She lives near the Coffee Mug Diner, where Lily works. In order to trick Emma and Regina into believing that her life is good and that she has a happy family, Lily persuades the girl to pretend that she is her daughter, in exchange for free hamburgers. ("Lily")

Landlord

The Landlord is a Land Without Magic character. He appears in the nineteenth episode of the fourth season. He is portrayed by co-star Phil Granger. He is currently alive.
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History:
He is Lily's landlord in Massachusetts during the time she lived in his apartment complex. Sometime later, Lily gets into some kind of trouble, ending up in a car crash, leading her landlord to believe she died in the accident. When Emma and Regina come to Massachusetts looking for Lily, who is not at her apartment room, they ask the landlord for her whereabouts. He recounts, without much care, about Lily supposedly dying in a car crash. When he goes as far as to insult Lily, an angered Emma moves to attack him, but after Regina calms her down, she lets him go. ("Lily")

Minnesota

Adoption Agent (Best Laid Plans)

The Adoption Agent (Best Laid Plans) is a Land Without Magic character. She appears in the sixteenth episode of the fourth season. Se is portrayed by co-star Michelle Choi-Lee. She is currently alive.
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History:
In the Enchanted Forest, Maleficent's infant daughter is banished to Minnesota in the Land Without Magic.[7] The baby is found and placed in an orphanage, where the Adoption Agent helps James and his wife adopt her. As she congratulates the happy father, she asks him what they will name her. He answers, "Lilith. We wanna name her Lily."

Bill

Bill is a Land Without Magic character. He appears in the nineteenth episode of the fourth season. He is portrayed by co-star Cameron Bancroft. He is currently alive.
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History:
Bill and his wife, Katie, are foster parents of a young Emma, and they have two boys of their own, Max and Zach. When Emma goes to look for her sleeping bag in the garage, Bill ends up seeing her converse with another girl named Lily, who she introduces as a friend from a neighboring foster family. He invites Lily to stay for dinner, and during the meal, Lily lies about how she and Emma first met. Later, Emma discovers Lily is a wanted fugitive and agrees to fetch her lost necklace in order to make her leave. While she is gone, Lily steals Bill and Katie's money and disappears. By the time Emma returns, her foster parents have already learned from phoning Emma's former group home that she and Lily met under more sketchy circumstances, and that Lily is wanted for robbery. In the heat of the moment, Bill berates Emma for endangering "his" children. He quickly apologizes for his choice of words, but a hurt Emma refuses to listen and exits out the backdoor.

James Page

James Page is a Land Without Magic character. He first appears in the fifth episode of the fourth season. He is portrayed by co-star Barclay Hope. He is currently alive.
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History:
James Page[8] is Lily's adoptive father. Upon meeting her when she is still just an infant, he names her Lilith. Years later, when Lily exits a store with a friend, James attempts to chase her down in his car, but both girls escape by hiding in an alley. Later on, James visits a house he owns and discovers Lily and Emma crashing there. Emma, believing he is Lily's social worker, tries to stop him from taking Lily, until discovering he is actually her friend's adoptive father. When Emma tries to explain herself, James pushes her away and warns her to never approach Lily again. Later, when Lily comes to find Emma, who is now living happily with foster parents, she mentions being kicked out from her parents' home.[9][10] ("Breaking Glass", "Best Laid Plans", "Lily")

Katie

Katie is a Land Without Magic character. She appears in the nineteenth episode of the fourth season. She is portrayed by co-star Kendall Cross. She is currently alive.
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History:
Katie and her husband, Bill, are the foster parents of a young Emma, and they have two boys of their own, Max and Zach. After Bill sees Emma talk to Lily, who he believes is a foster child from a neighboring family, he invites her to stay for dinner. During the meal, Lily tells a fabricated story of how she and Emma met. After Lily steals their money and disappears, Katie and her husband discover, from phoning Emma's prior group home, about how Emma actually met Lily, who is a wanted fugitive. When they confront Emma, Bill berates his foster daughter for endangering "his" children by bringing a criminal into the house. Although he is quick to apologize for his choice of words, a hurt Emma leaves the house, as Katie looks on helplessly. ("Lily")

Kevin

Kevin is a Land Without Magic character. He first appears in the fifth episode of the fourth season. He is portrayed by co-star Ilias Webb. He is currently alive.
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History:
Kevin is one of the foster children who lives with his foster mother, Ingrid. When Emma joins the household, he harasses her by taking away her camera. Ingrid makes him return it to Emma, but after she leaves the room, Kevin gives Emma an ultimatum about handing over her camera to him or else he'll make her life a living hell. Unable to tolerate this, Emma attempts to run away, but she stays after Ingrid helps her by hinting that Kevin is afraid of spiders, especially the plastic kind in her drawer. ("Breaking Glass", "Family Business", "Shattered Sight")

Max

Max is a Land Without Magic character. He appears in the nineteenth episode of the fourth season. He is portrayed by co-star Sidney Shapiro. He is currently alive.
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History:
Max is the eldest son of Bill and Katie, and one of Emma's previous foster siblings.

Policeman

The Policeman  is a Land Without Magic character. He appears in the fifth episode of the fourth season. He is portrayed by co-star Anson Hibbert. He is currently alive.
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History:
The policeman is called upon when James Page finds his adoptive daughter, Lilly, and Emma, hiding in a broken-in mansion.

Priscilla Page

Priscilla Page is a Land Without Magic character. She is first mentioned in the fifth episode of the fourth season. She is currently alive.
History:
Priscilla Page[8] is Lily's adoptive mother, and James' wife. ("Breaking Glass", "Best Laid Plans", "Lily")

Store Manager

The Store Manager is a Land Without Magic character. She appears in the fifth episode of the fourth season. She is portrayed by co-star Kelly-Ruth Mercier. She is currently alive.
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History:
The store manager works at a conveience store in Hopkins, Minnesota. She nearly catches a young Emma stealing pop-tarts, however, another girl, Lily, comes to her aid.

Zach

Zach is a Land Without Magic character. He appears in the nineteenth episode of the fourth season. He is portrayed by co-star Parker Magnuson. He is currently alive.
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History:
Zach is the youngest son of Bill and Katie, and one of Emma's previous foster siblings.

New York City

Avery

Avery is a Land Without Magic character. Avery is mentioned in the twelfth episode of the third season, and is currently alive.
History:
Avery is Henry's friend. Henry arranges to sleep over Avery's house so Emma and her boyfriend, Walsh, can have an evening dinner.

Carriage Driver

The Carriage Driver is a Land Without Magic character. He appears in the seventeenth episode of the fourth season. He is portrayed by co-star Paul Kloegman. He is currently alive.
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History:
The Carriage Driver operates a horse-drawn carriage on the street of New York City. His horse is "borrowed" by Robin Hood, who is chasing a thief that stole his wife's pursue.

Fan

The Fan is a Land Without Magic character. She appears in the twenty-first episode of the fourth season. She is portrayed by co-star Mandie Vredegoor. She is currently alive.
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History:
She is a fan of Isaac's fairytale-inspired book, Heroes and Villains, and is a huge follower of one of his characters, Regina. During a book signing event, she is next in line and walks up to greet Isaac. She tells him about her love for Regina, gifting him a "Long Live Regina" pin that she made, and then asks him for spoilers about Regina's fate in the next book. Isaac begins whispering in her ear about the details, but he then backs out, stating that she has to wait for the next book to find out.

Gibson

Gibson is a Land Without Magic character. He appears in the twelfth episode of the fourth season. He is portrayed by an unknown extra. He is currently alive.
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History:
Gibson and a fellow police officer are called on by Emma in Central Park to arrest Hook for criminal harassment.

Hank

Hank is a Land Without Magic character. He appears in the twenty-first episode of the fourth season. He is portrayed by co-star Benjamin Wilkinson. He is currently alive.
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History:
Hank ran a television shop in New York City in the 1960s, and was Isaac's boss before the latter became the Author. Years later, Isaac admits that the reason why he lead Snow White and Prince Charming down the path that lead to them hurting Maleficent and her daughter, was that they reminded him of Hank.("Operation Mongoose Part 1", "Operation Mongoose Part 2")

Librarian

The Librarian is a Land Without Magic character. She appears in the twenty-second episode of the fifth season. She is portrayed by co-star Candus Churchill, and is currently alive.
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Middle Aged Couple

The Middle Aged Couple are Land Without Magic characters. They appear in the twenty-first episode of the fourth season. They are portrayed by co-stars Sean Campbell and Paralee Cook. They are currently alive.
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Mrs. Cuse

Mrs. Cuse is a Land Without Magic character. She is mentioned in the twelvth episode of the fourth season. She is currently alive.
History:
Mrs. Cuse babysits Henry for one evening while Emma is on a date with Walsh.

Nurse (Heart of Gold)

The Nurse (Heart of Gold) is a Land Without Magic character. She appears in the seventeenth episode of the fourth season. She is portrayed by co-star Jennifer Cheon. She is currently alive.
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NY Cop 1

NY Cop 1 is a Land Without Magic character. He appears in the twelfth episode of the third season. He is portrayed by co-star David Orth. He is currently alive.
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History:
He and a fellow police officer, Gibson, are called on by Emma in Central Park to arrest Hook for criminal harassment.

Purse Snatcher

The Purse Snatcher is a Land Without Magic character. He appears in the seventeenth episode of the fourth season. He is portrayed by co-star Leif Havdale. He is currently alive.
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History:
In New York City, the Purse Snatcher rides by on his bicycle and steals Marian's bag after she sets it down on the ground in order to pick up a tired Roland. Robin Hood borrows a carriage horse and chases down the thief, who he wrestles to the ground and almost punches, but he eventually decides to let him go.

Server

The Server is a Land Without Magic character. He appears in the twenty-third episode of the fifth season. He is portrayed by co-star Nikolai Witschl, and is currently alive.
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Toll Operator

The Toll Operator is a Land Without Magic character. He appears in the twenty-second episode of the fifth season. He is portrayed by co-star Chris Olson, and is currently alive.
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Phoenix

Doctor

The Doctor is a Land Without Magic character. He first appears in the first episode of the third season. He is portrayed by co-star Dave Mathews. He is currently alive.
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History:
The Doctor helps Emma give birth to Henry while she is still incarcerated. When Emma gives a final push during labor, the Doctor takes the newborn, happily commenting that the child is a boy. Emma, however, avoids looking at the baby and tearfully remarks that she cannot be a mother, hinting at her decision to give up her son for adoption. In Emma's false memory recollection, in which she never gave up Henry, she changes her mind and asks to hold her son, to which the Doctor hands him to her. ("The Heart of the Truest Believer", "Going Home")

Loretta

Loretta is a Land Without Magic character. She appears in the sixth episode of the second season. She is portrayed by co-star Kerry Sandomirsky. She is currently alive.
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History:
Loretta works at a Minimum Security Corrections Facility in Phoenix, Arizona, where Emma serves time.

Nurse (The Heart of the Truest Believer)

The Nurse (The Heart of the Truest Believer) is a Land Without Magic character. She first appears in the first episode of the third season. She is portrayed by co-star Joy Castro. She is currently alive.
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History:
The Nurse helps Emma, who is incarcerated, give birth to Henry. ("The Heart of the Truest Believer", "Going Home")

Phuket

Dr. Chen

Dr. Chen is a Land Without Magic character. He appears in the eighteenth episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Rick Tae. He is currently alive.
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History:
The Doctor works at a hospital in Phuket, and tries to treat August, whose leg is turning into wood. However, Dr. Chen is unable to see the wooden leg, and when August stabs himself in the leg to prove his point, the doctor calls for the orderlies to restrain August and take him to the psychiatric ward. August flees before they are able to catch him.

Isra

Isra is a Land Without Magic character. She appears in the eighteenth episode of the second season. She is portrayed by co-star Dianne Doan. She is currently alive.
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History:
Isra is one of the women that August slept with while he lost himself in the pleasures of Phuket, One morning, August wakes up next to Isra and sees that his leg is turning into wood. Panicking, he wakes her up, and asks her to help him, but a still sleepy Isra is not able to see his wooden leg, and asks him what the hell is wrong with him.

Orderly (Selfless, Brave and True)

Orderly (Selfless, Brave and True) is a Land Without Magic character. He appears in the eighteenth episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Peter Kawasaki. He is currently alive.
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History:
The Orderly works at a hospital in Phuket, and he later calls August in to see the doctor. However, when the doctor sees August stab himself in the leg, he shouts for the orderlies to restrain August. The Orderly pursues August as he flees, but he ends up losing sight of him.

Quon

Quon is a Land Without Magic character. He appears in the eighteenth episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Manny Jacinto. He is currently alive.
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History:
Quon introduces August to "The Dragon", who may be able to cure his magical aliment.

Portland

Arresting Cop

The Arresting Cop is a Land Without Magic character. He appears in the sixth episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Artine Brown. He is currently alive.
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History:
He is a police constable in Portland, who arrests a young Emma for possession of stolen goods.

Cashier (Tallahassee)

The Cashier (Tallahassee) is a Land Without Magic character. He appears in the sixth episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Tony Alcantar. He is currently alive.
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History:
He is an employee at the Pay-Rite Market convenience store in Portland, which Emma and Neal intend to steal from. Emma, donning a fake pregnancy belly, goes to look at items, while Neal distracts the cashier by asking him for directions to Eugene. The cashier redirects him into buying a map, and after Neal gets one, the man begins telling him how to get to Eugene by driving. He doesn't notice when Neal pockets some chocolate bars, but a nearby customer tries to alert him to the theft, just as Emma begins faking pregnancy contractions. During the commotion, the cashier is still unaware that they stole and instead asks if they need an ambulance. The customer continues to try to tell him about the couple's stealing, but Neal and Emma manage to escape.

Customer

The Customer is a Land Without Magic character. He appears in the sixth episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Fane Tse. He is currently alive.
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History:
He is a customer at the Pay-Rite Market convenience store in Portland, that Emma and Neal steal from. The man notices Neal taking chocolate bars without paying for them, and he tries to raise the alarm, but Emma fakes pregnancy contractions so she and Neal can escape. As the couple hurry out in the nick of time, the customer continues to insist to the shop owner that they stole from the store.

Portland Cop

The Portland Cop is a Land Without Magic character. He appears in the sixth episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Marc-Anthony Massiah. He is currently alive.
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History:
The Portland cop is a police officer who nearly catches a young Emma while she's driving a stolen car. However, her "passenger", Neal, manages to lower the cop's suspicions.
For major Land Without Magic Characters, see this category.

Storybrooke

Bartender (The Apprentice)

The Bartender (The Apprentice) is a Storybrooke character. He appears in the fourth episode of the fourth season. He is portrayed by co-star Emanuel Fappas. He is currently alive.
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History:
The Bartender works at the restaurant where Emma and her boyfriend, Hook, have their first date.

Bartender (Lacey)

The Bartender (Lacey) is a Storybrooke character. He appears in the nineteenth episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Nicholas Carella. His status is currently unknown.[11]
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History:
The Bartender works at The Rabbit Hole. He is approached by Mr. Gold, who is looking for Belle and he gives him a description of her physical appearance. The Bartender points him to a woman named Lacey who matches the description.

Bill Gozen

Bill Gozen is a Storybrooke character. He first appears in the tenth episode of the first season. He is voiced by Damon Lindelof.[12] His status is currently unknown.[11]
History:
Bill is Storybrooke's chief meteorologist, whose voice is often heard on Storybrooke's radio and news channel giving weather reports. ("7:15 A.M.", "Tiny")

Burly Man

The Burly Man is a Storybrooke character. He appears in the eighth episode of the first season. He is played by co-star C. Ernst Harth, and is the counterpart of the Scarred Ogre. His status is currently unknown.[11]
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History:
The Burly Man is one of the town's residents who show up at Mayor Mills' town hall press conference, in which she begins announcing her plans to elect Sidney as the new town sheriff. However, when Emma calls her out for being unethical, Regina instead states her intent to support Sidney as a candidate for sheriff.

Dory Zimmer

Dory Zimmer is a Storybrooke character. She is mentioned in the ninth episode of the first season. She is currently deceased.
History:
Dory is Ava's and Nicholas' mother in Storybrooke, but it is unclear whether she is a fabrication in her children's memories because of the curse's influence, or if she was their actual mother who had already passed away prior to the curse. According to the curse, Dory was in a relationship with Michael. Until her "death", she kept a compass he gave her as a present, which later came into Ava's possession. Her children became orphaned after her "passing", to which Sheriff Swan uses the compass to track down who originally bought the item for Dory. This leads her to Michael, who has no knowledge of having fathered children, but he later accepts them as his own.

Dove

The Dove is a Storybrooke character. He appears in the twelfth episode of the first season. he is portrayed by co-star John DeSantis. His status is currently unknown.[11]
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History:
The Dove is a Storybrooke resident who assists Mr. Gold with confiscating Moe's van because of unpaid loans.

Dr. M.P.

Dr. M.P. is a Storybrooke character. She appears in the fourth episode of the first season. She is portrayed by co-star Natalie Gibson. Her status is currently unknown.[11]
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History:
Dr. M.P. works at the hospital.

Dr. Thatcher

Dr. Thatcher is a Storybrooke character. He appears in the tenth episode of the first season. He is portrayed by guest star Kwesi Ameyaw. His status is currently unknown.[11]
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History:
Dr. Thatcher is the veterinarian of the Storybrooke Pet Shelter who hires David as his assistant. Mary Margaret brings an injured dove for him to examine. Dr. Thatcher advises the bird must be reunited with its flock as soon as possible or risk living alone forever.

Ellen

Ellen is a Storybrooke character. She appears in the sixth episode of the first season. She is portrayed by an unknown extra. Her status is currently unknown.[11]
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History:
After David wakes up from his coma, his wife, Kathryn, take him home. Ellen and her husband, Gene, are among the guests who surprise him with a homecoming party, which Kathryn had planned. She introduces him to Ellen and some other old friends of his, although David remembers no one.

Fisherman

The Fisherman is a Storybrooke character. He appears in the tenth episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star David Nykl. His status is currently unknown.[11][13]
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History:
The Fisherman runs a tackle shop at the dock. One night, he witnesses Hook and Cora arrive at the harbor, where Cora uses magic to make a ship invisible. When the fisherman points this out and asks how she did that, Cora transforms him into a fish, and Hook kicks him into the water.

Floyd

Floyd is a Storybrooke character. He first appears in the second episode of the first season.[14] He is portrayed by an unknown extra. He is currently alive.
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History:
Floyd,[15] also known as Tony,[16] works as a cook in Granny's diner. After Ruby temporarily leaves her position as waitress, she drops by the diner to pick up grilled cheese for Emma. Granny writes down the order, and informs her that the food will be right up, but Tony has to unwrap the cheese slices. A few months later, Granny takes a tray with bowls of chili from the cook, which she brings over to two customers, David and Leroy, who are taking a break from working at the bean fields. A year later, as Hook walks through Storybrooke as the citizens are under the spell of shattered sight, Floyd is out on the street, being harassed by two of the diner waitresses.[17] After the spell is broken, Floyd and the waitresses are standing next to each other as the townspeople are happily crowding in the street.[18] A few weeks later, Floyd crosses the street, accompanied by one of the two waitresses. When a cyclone is about to whisk the diner away to the Enchanted Forest, Granny orders Floyd to shut down the fryers and secure the condiments. ("Red-Handed", "Lacey", "Shattered Sight", "Darkness on the Edge of Town", "The Dark Swan")

Frank

Frank is a Storybrooke character. He is mentioned in the sixth episode of the first season. His status is currently unknown.[11]
History:
After David wakes up from his coma, his wife, Kathryn, takes him home. Frank is among the guests who surprise David with a homecoming party, which Kathryn had planned. Kathryn introduces her husband to Frank and some other old friends of his, although David remembers no one.

Gene

Gene is a Storybrooke character. He appears in the sixth episode of the first season. He is portrayed by an unknown extra. His status is currently unknown.[11]
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History:
After David wakes up from his coma, his wife, Kathryn, take him home. Gene and his wife, Ellen, are among the guests who surprise him with a homecoming party, which Kathryn had planned. She introduces him to Gene and some other old friends of his, although David remembers no one.

J. Disla

J. Disla is a Storybrooke character. She appears in the twenty-second episode of the first season. She is portrayed by an unknown extra. Her status is currently unknown.[11]
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History:
J. Disla[19] is a nurse who assists Dr. Whale when Henry is brought to the hospital. She also performs chest compressions on the boy when Henry's heart gives out.

Miss Ginger

Miss Ginger is a Storybrooke character. She appears in the eighth episode of the first season. She is portrayed by co-star Patti Allan, and is the counterpart of the Blind Witch. Her status is currently unknown.[11]
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History:
Miss Ginger is one of the town's residents who show up at mayor Regina's town hall press conference. Because the sheriff seat is now vacant due to Graham's death, Regina intends to appoint Sidney. As Miss Ginger and the rest of the townspeople look on, former sheriff's deputy Emma interrupts the announcement to bring up the rule in which a mayor can support a sheriff electoral candidate, but cannot give the job to someone. Forced to change her announcement, Regina instead states she is backing up Sidney as he runs for sheriff. After the election, Miss Ginger is present in the diner when Sidney and Regina enter to tell Emma the news that she has earned the sheriff job. Weeks later, while Regina is in her office, she receives a call from Miss Ginger complaining about working conditions and air temperatures. Another day, when Ruby answers the phones at the sheriff's station, a frightened Miss Ginger calls about a prowler lurking around her house. Ruby assures her that there is no prowler and that it's only Archie's dalmatian Pongo. ("Desperate Souls", "Fruit of the Poisonous Tree", "Red-Handed")

M. McRae

M. McRae is a Storybrooke character. He appears in the thirteenth episode of the third season. He is portrayed by an unknown extra. He is currently alive.
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History:
M. McRae[20] is an orderly who assists Dr. Whale when Little John is brought to the hospital. He watches, terrified, as the patient later transforms into a flying monkey.

Mob Girl

The Mob Girl is a Storybrooke character. She first appears in the fourteenth episode of the first season. She is portrayed by co-star Elizabeth McCarthy. Her status is currently unknown.[11]
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History:
During the annual Miner's Day festival, the Mob Girl and her husband are visited by Leroy and Mary Margaret, who are selling candles. The Mob Girl, perturbed by both Leroy and Mary Margaret's bad reputations, curtly declines buying any candles. Later on, when the curse was broken, the woman joins other town residents in a mob led by Albert to hunt down Ruby, who is accused of killing Billy. The conflict ends when David proves Ruby is innocent. ("Dreamy", "Child of the Moon")

Mob Guy

The Mob Guy is a Storybrooke character. He first appears in the first episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Noah Beggs. His status is currently unknown.[11]
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History:
After the curse is broken, the Mob Guy is part of a group lead by Dr. Whale, who wants Regina to answer for her crimes. History repeats itself a few weeks later when he is part of another mob led by Albert, who wants to kill Ruby for her supposed crime of murdering Billy, but David eventually proves she is innocent. ("Broken", "Child of the Moon")

Mr. and Mrs. Grace

Mr. and Mrs. Grace  are Storybrooke characters. They appear in the seventeenth episode of the first season. They are the counterparts of Grace's Caretakers and are portrayed by co-stars Scott E. Miller and Laura Wilson. Their status is currently unknown.[11]
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History:
Mr. and Mrs. Grace are the adoptive parents of a young girl named Paige.

Mr. Krzyszkowski

Mr. Krzyszkowski is a Storybrooke character. He appears in the ninth episode of the first season. He is portrayed by co-star David Bloom. His status is currently unknown.[11]
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History:
Mr. Krzyszkowski is the town records keeper Emma visits in her quest to find out the biological father of sibling orphans Ava and Nicholas. Unfortunately, he already gave their birth certificate records to mayor Regina who sees no known father is listed, and wants to send the children to Boston to integrate them into the foster care system.

Nun 1

Nun 1 is a Storybrooke character. She appears in the eleventh episode of the third season. She is portrayed by co-star Evans Johnson. Her status is currently unknown.[11]
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History:
She is one of the Sisters of Saint Meissa who attends Mother Superior's funeral to pay her respects. Tinker Bell arrives with David, Neal and Hook asking for the Black Fairy's wand, but before they can get it, the Shadow attacks the convent. David urges all the nuns to run for safety, which they do.

Nurse (In the Name of the Brother)

The Nurse (In the Name of the Brother) is a Storybrooke character. She appears in the twelfth episode of the second season. She is portrayed by co-star Janet Pinnick. Her status is currently unknown.[11]
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History:
The Nurse works at the hospital. When an unconscious Hook is admitted to hospital, Emma asks the nurse to find a room and hide him, so that Mr. Gold won't attack him.

Nurse 1

Nurse 1 is a Storybrooke character. She appears in the thirteenth episode of the third season. She is portrayed by co-star Nesta Chapman. She is currently alive.
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History:
The nurse works at the Storybrooke General Hospital. She assists Dr. Whale as he tries to sedate Little John, who has been scratched by a Flying Monkey.

Orderly (In the Name of the Brother)

The Orderly (In the Name of the Brother) is a Storybrooke character. He appears in the twelfth episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Scott McAdam. His status is currently unknown.[11]
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History:
The Orderly, unable to find Dr. Whale, who is supposed to be performing surgery to save the stranger's life, searches the hospital for him. After informing Emma and her allies about what is going on, he calls Dr. Whale's pager, which is found in the laundry bin inside the doctor's discarded coat.

Paramedic

The Paramedic is a Storybrooke character. He appears in the twelfth episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Nelson Wong. His status is currently unknown.[11]
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History:
The Paramedic works at the hospital. He arrives to accident at the town line, where Hook has fractured his ribs after being run over by a car that crashed into Storybrooke.

Peter Peter

Peter Peter is a Storybrooke character. He is mentioned in the fifth episode of the fith season. His status is currently unknown.
History:
When the first curse ended, Peter Peter opened a pumpkin stand, which offered pumpkins and other vegetables. The place caught the sheriff's attention due to many noise complaints. His business was still active after the second curse ended.

Phillip

Phillip is a Storybrooke character. He is first mentioned in the third episode of the third season, and appears in the seventh episode of the fourth season. He is currently alive.
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History:
Phillip is Aurora and Prince Phillip's son. Being a first time mother, Aurora takes him with her to Ashley's Mommy & Me classes.

Rip van Winkle

Rip van Winkle is a Storybrooke character. He is mentioned in the fourth episode of the fourth season. He is currently alive.
History:
While Emma is driving her car, the car radio host takes a request from Rip van Winkle, who is looking for a classic song to wake up to.

Skinny Man

The Skinny Man is a Storybrooke character. He appears in the fourteenth episode of the first season. He is portrayed by co-star Paul Chevreau. His status is currently unknown.[11]
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History:
During Miner's Day, the Skinny Man opens his door to Mary Margaret and Leroy, who are selling candles for the nuns. However, when the Skinny Man's wife sees who they are, she tells them that they are not interested, and closes the door in their faces.

Snow Monster

The Snow Monster is a Storybrooke character. It appears in the first episode of the first season. It is currently deceased.
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History:
The Snow Monster is created by Elsa's magic to distract Emma and Hook after they nearly corner Elsa. While the monster wrecks havoc on the town and sends all the residents running for their lives, Elsa sneaks away behind a garbage bin and into an alley. Eventually, the snow creature disarms Emma and her allies, leaving only Maid Marian standing. As it closes in to kill her, Regina appears, pulverizing the monster to pieces with her magic.

Spaghetti Couple

The Spaghetti Couple are Storybrooke characters. They appears in the fourth episode of the fourth season. They are portrayed by co-stars Garry Garneau and Catherine Bogdanova. They are currently alive.
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History:
The spaghetti couple share a romantic dinner at the restaurant where Emma and her boyfriend, Hook, have their first date. The happy couple share a spaghetti strand as they both lean in for a kiss.

Wolf

The Wolf is a Storybrooke character. It appears in the first episode of the first season. Its status is currently unknown.[11]
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History:
The wolf is an unknown entity that appears in Storybrooke after Emma arrives in Storybrooke to bring Henry home. While Emma drives out of town, she notices Henry left his storybook in the car. When she looks back up, she sees the wolf standing in the road, and to avoid hitting the animal, she swerves the car and crashes into the town marker. As Emma falls unconscious, the wolf howls at the moon. More than two years later, Emma and Regina drive to Massachusetts to track down Lily, but they are told she is dead. Getting back on the road, a wolf appears, forcing them to stop the car, which ultimately causes a flat tire. Emma shares her recollections of a wolf stopping her from fulfilling her destiny when she first came to Storybrooke, but Regina skeptically remarks that is a coincidence rather than a sign of fate. However, as they stop to fix the car, Emma meets Lily by chance, realizing she was alive all along. ("Pilot", "Lily")
For major Storybrooke Characters, see this category.

Unknown Origin (Land Without Magic)

Fast Food Worker

The Fast Food Worker is a Land Without Magic character. He appears in the twelvth episode of the fourth season. He is voiced by Daniel Dae Kim.[21] He is currently alive.
History:
On the way to Storybrooke, Cruella stops her car by a Mr. Cluck's Chicken Shack franchise store so she and Ursula can get food at the drive-in. After they order, the worker notifies the ladies through a speakerphone of how much they owe.

Walt Disney

Walt Disney is a Land Without Magic character. He is first mentioned in the sixteenth episode of the fourth season. He is currently deceased.
History:
At some point in his life, Walt Disney was chosen by the Sorcerer and his Apprentice to become the Author. After doing his job for some time, he died on December 15, 1966, forcing the Apprentice to recruit a new Author: Isaac Heller. ("Best Laid Plans", "Operation Mongoose Part 1")

Mount Olympus

Kronos

Kronos is a Mount Olympus character. He is mentioned in a text[22] in the twenty-first episode of the fifth season. He is currently deceased.
History:
Kronos is the father of Zeus and Hades. As the king of Mount Olympus, he is also the owner of the Olympian Crystal. One day, Kronos decides to choose Zeus as his successor to the throne, fueling Hades's animosity towards himself and his older brother. Eventually, Kronos is killed by Hades, when the latter decides to take the Olympian Crystal for himself.[22]
For major Mount Olympus Characters, see this category.

Neverland

Hooded Lost Boy

The Hooded Lost Boy is a Neverland character. He appears in the second episode of the third season. He is portrayed by co-star Cainan Wiebe. He is currently alive.
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History:
The Hooded Lost Boy is one of the Lost Boys who attack Emma and her family as they try to find Henry. Emma threatens him with a knife and demands to know where her son is, but lets the boy go when she looks into his eyes and sees that he is just like her; an orphan who desperately misses his parents.

Lost Boy 1 (And Straight On 'Til Morning)

Lost Boy 1 (And Straight On 'Til Morning) is a Neverland character. He first appears in the twenty-second episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Alex Barima. He is currently alive.
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History:
He is one of Peter Pan's Lost Boys. When a young Baelfire is taken to the shore of Neverland, the boy is the one who checks Pan's drawing to determine whether Baelfire is the one that Pan is after, but the drawing is not a match. ("And Straight On 'Til Morning", "The Heart of the Truest Believer")

Lost Boy 1 (Save Henry)

Lost Boy 1 (Save Henry) is a Neverland character. He appears in the ninth episode of the third season. He is portrayed by co-star Darien Provost. He is currently alive.
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History:
He helps Emma track down Peter Pan after Emma offers him and the other Lost Boys a home.

Lost Boy 2

Lost Boy 2 is a Neverland character. He first appears in the twenty-second episode of the second season. He is portrayed by co-star Jack di Blasio. He is currently alive.
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History:
He is one of Peter Pan's Lost Boys. He is one of the members who bring Baelfire to shore of Neverland. Several decades later, the boy is still a member of Pan's followers. As he and a fellow Lost Boy are guarding Pan's camp, Mr. Gold, who is searching the island for his grandson, runs into them, and puts a sleeping spell on them. Later, the boy and the other Lost Boys leave the island with Henry's family, on board the Jolly Roger. A year later, he attends Neal's funeral in Storybrooke. ("And Straight On 'Til Morning", "The Heart of the Truest Believer", "Nasty Habits", "Save Henry", "It's Not Easy Being Green")

Mermaid

The Mermaid is a Neverland character. She appears in the first episode of the third season. She is portrayed by co-star Natasha Wilson. She has been transformed into a statue.
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History:
The Mermaid is part of a school of mermaids who attack the Jolly Roger. While the rest of her group are scared off by Regina's fireballs and David's cannon shots, she is caught by Emma and Mary Margaret in a fishing net and pulled aboard the ship. As the group discuss what to do with her, the mermaid grabs her conch shell and blows into it, summoning a storm at sea. The mermaid then warns them to let her go or they'll all die. As the sea tide becomes more violent, an impatient Regina transforms the mermaid into stone, assuming doing so will undo the storm, but it only intensifies it. Only later, Emma realizes the mermaid summoned a storm that worsened because of everyone's growing animosity towards each other.

Rufio

Rufio is a Neverland character. He is mentioned in the second episode of the third season. He is currently deceased.
History:
During a battle against Felix, Hook mockingly reminds him of how he once killed Rufio, causing much anger from the Lost Boy.
For major Neverland Characters, see this category.

Oz

Boq

Boq is an Oz character. He appears in the sixteenth episode of the fifth season. He is portrayed by co-star Jeff Gulka. He is currently deceased.
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History:
Upon finding that Dorothy has returned, Zelena confronted the Munchkins demanding to know who told Dorothy that Zelena is still alive. Boq spoke out against the accusation causing Zelena to reduce him to ash.

Oz Guard (Heart of Gold)

The Oz Guard (Heart of Gold) is an Oz character. He appears in the seventeenth episode of the fourth season. He is portrayed by Tristan Shire.[23] His status is currently unknown.
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Oz Guard (Our Decay)

The Oz Guard (Our Decay) is an Oz character. He appears in the sixteenth episode of the fifth season. He is portrayed by co-star Ray Boulay. He is currently deceased.
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Royal Palace Guards

Royal Palace Guards are Oz characters. They first appear in the sixteenth episode of the third season. One of them is portrayed by Tristan Shire in "Heart of Gold",[23] and co-star Ray Boulay portrayed another one in "Our Decay". They are currently existing.
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Scarecrow

The Scarecrow is an Oz character. He appears in the sixteenth episode of the fifth season. He is voiced by guest star Paul Scheer. His status is currently unknown.
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History:
Some years ago, Zelena had one of her flying monkeys bring Scarecrow to him so that she can take his brain for her first attempt at a time-traveling spell. When Dorothy returns, she and Toto free Scarecrow and escape from Zelena. With help from Hades, Zelena finds where they are hiding. Zelena then uses her magic to magically freeze Dorothy and then rips out Scarecrow's brain, leaving him without a brain. Before she can show Hades, Zelena noticed that Hades was not there.

Witch of the East

The Witch of the East is an Oz character. She appears in the twentieth episode of the third season. She is portrayed by co-star Sharon Taylor. She is currently alive.
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History:
The Witch of the East, whose magic affinity represents courage, protects Oz along with the Witch of the North and South. Due to a prophecy in the Book of Records, they await another person to take the seat of Witch of the West, who is foretold to arrive to Oz by cyclone. Glinda finds someone fitting the prophecy, Zelena, and she becomes the Witch of the West. However, a young girl named Dorothy suddenly arrives to the realm by cyclone; causing Zelena to question the prophecy. Through research, the other half of the prophecy states this sorceress will "unseat the greatest evil the realm has ever seen", which Zelena believes is herself. Through some trickery, Zelena fakes her own death, masquerades as the Wizard to send Dorothy home, and then banishes the Witch of the South to the Enchanted Forest.

Witch of the North

The Witch of the North is an Oz character. She appears in the twentieth episode of the third season. She is portrayed by co-star Karen Holness. She is currently alive.
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History:
The Witch of the North, whose magic affinity represents wisdom, protects Oz along with the Witch of the East and South. Due to a prophecy in the Book of Records, they await another person to take the seat of Witch of the West, who is foretold to arrive to Oz by cyclone. Glinda finds someone fitting the prophecy, Zelena, and she becomes the Witch of the West. However, a young girl named Dorothy suddenly arrives to the realm by cyclone; causing Zelena to question the prophecy. Through research, the other half of the prophecy states this sorceress will "unseat the greatest evil the realm has ever seen", which Zelena believes is herself. The Witch of the North and her other sister witches take in Dorothy as family while Zelena attempts to get rid of the girl. Through some trickery, Zelena fakes her own death, masquerades as the Wizard to send Dorothy home, and then banishes the Witch of the South to the Enchanted Forest.

Woodcutter's Wife

The Woodcutter's Wife is an Oz character. She appears in the sixteenth episode of the third season. She is portrayed by co-star Maria Marlow. She is currently deceased.
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History:
Travelling to the Emerald City, the Woodcutter and his wife notice a cyclone passing through the region, which drops a baby girl in a basket. Both are instantly taken by the child's beauty, but the woodcutter becomes uneasy about the infant after seeing her exhibit magic by felling a tree. He attempts to warn his wife, who remains completely oblivious, believing the tree fell because of the wind. Set on keeping the child, she names her Zelena. Through unknown circumstances, the woodcutter's wife passes away, leaving her husband to raise Zelena alone. ("It's Not Easy Being Green", "Sisters")
For major Oz Characters, see this category.

Underworld

Charon

Charon is an Underworld character. He first appears in the second episode of the fifth season. He is portrayed by an unknown extra. He is currently alive.
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History:
Charon is the mythical ferryman who navigates a boat to the Underworld. He first appears when summoned to Storybrooke by a fury to collect Robin Hood's life as Regina's debt to the unpaid price of magic. He is later summoned by Hook using the blood of Mr. Gold, bringing with him all previous Dark Ones. He returns to Storybrooke, after being summoned again, using the blood of Mr. Gold to transport Emma, Mary Margaret, David, Henry, Regina, Robin and Mr. Gold so that they can journey to the Underworld to find Hook. Charon then takes them to the Underworld. ("The Price", "Broken Heart", "Swan Song", "Souls of the Departed")
For major Underworld Characters, see this category.

Victorian England

Alice's Daughter

Alice's Daughter is a Victorian England character. She appears in the thirteenth episode of the spin-off. She is portrayed by co-star Amelia Wilkinson. She is currently alive.
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History:
She is Alice and Cyrus' daughter. Many years after Alice settles down with her husband, she tells stories from a book to her daughter about her past adventures in Wonderland. As the Alice finishes the end of the book, her daughter asks if the stories are really real, which Alice attests they are. Her daughter then dubs the stories, "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland".

Mr. Darcy

Mr. Darcy is a Victorian England character. He appears in the sixth episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Dallas Sauer. He is currently alive.
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History:
Mr. Darcy is a neighbor's son that Sarah and Edwin hope to introduce to Alice as a potential husband. Although Alice insists she is not ready to move on from Cyrus, they invite Mr. Darcy over for breakfast the next morning. Alice, angered that her wishes were ignored, storms out of the room.

Doctors

The Doctors are Victorian England characters. They appear in the first episode of the spin-off. They are portrayed by co-stars Ryan Elm and Michael Q. Adams. They are currently alive.
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History:
Doctor #1 and #2 work at the Bethlem Asylum. They assist Dr. Lydgate when he interviews one of the patients, Alice.

Orderly 1

Orderly 1 is a Victorian England character. He appears in the first episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Michael Smith. He is currently alive.
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Orderly 2

Orderly 2 is a Victorian England character. He appears in the first episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Kevin Derksen. He is currently alive.
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Painter

The Painter is a Victorian England character. He appears in the sixth episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Troy Young. His status is currently unknown.
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History:
Somewhere in Victorian England, he is painting a landscape in a park when Jafar and the White Rabbit burst out of the ground from a hole. The painter is shocked by their sudden appearance, but he regains some semblance of calm to answer Jafar's inquiry about which way is Bethlem Royal Hospital. Jafar then approaches the painter, remarking on his nice suit, before taking it for himself. The painter's fate after this is not known.
For major Victorian England Characters, see this category.

Wonderland

Burly Guy

The Burly Guy is a Wonderland character. He appears in the eleventh episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Trevor Lerner. He is currently alive.
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Captain of the Guard

The Captain of the Guard is a Wonderland character. He appears in the twelfth episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Dan Payne. He is currently alive.
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Citizen

The Citizen is a Wonderland character. She appears in the fourth episode of the spin-off. She is portrayed by co-star Alicia Thorgrimmsson. She is currently alive.
W104CrowdCropped

Coachman

The Coachman is a Wonderland character. He appears in the fifth episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Richard Meen. He is currently alive.
W105BeABall
History:
In preparation for a royal ball at the Red King's castle in the evening, the coachman drives a carriage full of baked goods there. As he passes on the road, Anastasia and Will smell the food and decide to sneak into the castle as guests to get a free meal.

Dormouse

The Dormouse is a Wonderland character. He is mentioned in the first episode of the spin-off. He is currently alive.
History:
When Alice returns to Wonderland, the White Rabbit pretends that he was having tea with the Dormouse, who told him that he had seen Alice's boyfriend, Cyrus, who was presumed to be dead.

Drunken Guard

The Drunken Guard is a Wonderland character. He first appears in the fourth episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Christian Bower. He is currently alive.
W104GuardEating
History:
While drunk, he guards Jafar's prisoner Cyrus, who begs him for scraps of food since he hasn't eaten for days. The guard relents by throwing him a wishbone, which Cyrus secretly splits into two halves and begins carving both into pointy ends. When Jafar takes over the Red Queen's castle, the guard continues to work for him, and is seen entering the throne room with news of Amara. ("The Serpent", "And They Lived...")

Executioner

The Executioner is a Wonderland character. He appears in the fourth episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Kevin Blatch. He is currently alive.
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History:
The Executioner, dressed in a mask and outfit, is called upon to kill Will, who has been sentenced to death by the Red Queen. Before the event takes place publicly, the Executioner does a demonstration for the eager audience, using his blade to slice a watermelon in half. However, for an unnamed reason, Alice manages to switch places with the actual executioner, donning his mask and outfit, before Will is brought up to the chopping block.

Genie Hunter

The Genie Hunter is a Wonderland character. He appears in the eighth episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Darren Shahlavi. He is currently alive.
W108StandUp
History:
The Genie Hunter and his two companions corner Cyrus as he is camping with Alice, with intentions of capturing him and using him to grant wishes. Cyrus pretends to comply, promising to take them to his genie bottle, while Alice secretly makes a grab for her sword and takes the men by surprise. Together, she and Alice take down the hunter and his henchmen, who quickly retreat after losing.

Ghazi

Ghazi is a Wonderland character. He appears in the sixth episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Hesham Hammoud. He is currently alive.
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Guard

The Guard is a Wonderland character. He appears in the ninth episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Justin Sproule. He is currently deceased.
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Isabella

Isabella is a Wonderland character. She appears in the ninth episode of the spin-off. She is portrayed by an unknown extra. She is currently alive.
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History:
When Will's bottle is found by Lizard, she lets him use her first wish, which he uses to give free beer to everyone in her village. As Will downs a beer, Isabella is one of the villagers cheering him on. Once he's chugged the whole bottle, they all celebrate together. Will playfully tells Isabella how scandalous she is.

Jabberwocky Guard

The Jabberwocky Guard is a Wonderland character. He appears in the ninth episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Nels Lennarson. He is currently deceased.
W109JabberwockyGuard
History:
The guard stands guard outside the tower prison where the Jabberwocky is imprisoned, and attempts to stop Jafar from entering, but the sorcerer quickly disposes of him.

Jafar's Guard (Heart of the Matter)

Jafar's Guard (Heart of the Matter) is a Wonderland character. He appears in the eleventh episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Chad Riley. He is currently alive.
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Jafar's Guard (To Catch a Thief)

Jafar's Guard (To Catch a Thief) is a Wonderland character. He appears in the twelfth episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Reese Alexander. He is currently alive.
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Jafar's Guard 2

Jafar's Guard 2 is a Wonderland character. He appears in the twelfth episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Paul Tryl. He is currently alive.
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King's Guard

The King's Guard is a Wonderland character. He appears in the eleventh episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Trevor Lerner. He is currently alive.
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Lady

The Lady is a Wonderland character. She appears in the fifth episode of the spin-off. She is portrayed by co-star Rebecca Strom. She is currently alive.
W105FromMyCarriage
History:
The Lady is a guest at the Red King's castle banquet. It is from the Lady's carriage that Anastasia steals a ball gown to wear to the celebration. Soon after Will is discovered with forged ball invitations, the Lady recognizes Anastasia's dress as hers, and angrily notes that she must have stolen it.

Nazim

Nazim is a Wonderland character. He appears in the third episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Mark Acheson. He is currently alive.
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History:
After seeing Will come to Underland, Nazim confronts him over money that he owes to him as well as everyone else. As the crowd, with swords drawn, close in on Will, the Caterpillar tells them to stop, to which Nazim grudgingly lets Will go.

Old Peddler

The Old Peddler is a Wonderland character. He appears in the sixth episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star John R. Taylor. He is currently alive.
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History:
The Old Peddler is passing by with his cart when Will asks him for a sip of water. The peddler asks if he is okay, to which Will inquiries if he's ever been stoned and explains how terrible he feels now because of it. The man suggests that maybe he's been using the wrong type of drugs, while Will insists he was actually stoned as a statue, much to the latter's skepticism. The peddler gifts him a jug of water and then continues on with his cart.

Palace Guard (Heart of Stone)

The Palace Guard (Heart of Stone) is a Wonderland character. He appears in the fifth episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Garrett Black. He is currently alive.
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Peasant (The Serpent)

The Peasant (The Serpent) is a Wonderland character. He appears in the fourth episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Peter Hall. He is currently alive.
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Peasant 1 (Nothing to Fear)

Peasant 1 (Nothing to Fear) is a Wonderland character. She appears in the ninth episode of the spin-off. She is portrayed by co-star Kate Bateman. She is currently alive.
W109HijackedYou
History:
That peasant is part of a group of peasants that kidnap the Red Queen. While their hostage is unconscious, the peasant ringleader begins taking the Queen's jewelry, such as a diamond pin and ring, which the group want to sell for money. Once the Queen is awake, the peasants berate her for abandoning them to starve by taking their harvests and letting wild creatures take their fields. While the peasants intend to make her suffer as they have, Cyrus and Alice intervene, though they have nothing to bargain for the Queen's release. Instead, the peasants bind all three of them to poles as food for the Mome Raths, but the trio manage to escape eventually.

Peasant Ringleader

The Peasant Ringleader is a Wonderland character. He appears in the ninth episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Paul Moniz de Sá. He is currently alive.
W109GiveUsAName
History:
The ringleader is part of a group of peasants that kidnap the Red Queen, desiring revenge because she abandoned them to starve after taking their harvests and allowing wild creatures to take their fields. While the Queen is still unconscious, the ringleader procures jewelry from her, which he and the group want to sell for money. While the peasants intend to make her suffer as they have, Cyrus and Alice intervene, though they have nothing to bargain for the Queen's release. Instead, the peasants bind all three of them to poles as food for the Mome Raths, but the trio manage to escape eventually.

Proper Lady 1

The Proper Lady 1 is a Wonderland character. She appears in the fifth episode of the spin-off. She is portrayed by co-star Julie Lynn Mortensen. She is currently alive.
W105Peasant
History:
Proper Lady 1 is a guest at the Red King's castle banquet. She complements Proper Lady 2 on her choice of dress attire just as Anastasia walks by and overhears the conversation. Impressed by their manner of speaking, Anastasia tries to practice imitating them to sound more high class.

Proper Lady 2

The Proper Lady 2 is a Wonderland character. She appears in the fifth episode of the spin-off. She is portrayed by co-star Vanessa Walsh. She is currently alive.
W105YouLookLovely
History:
Proper Lady 2 is a guest at the Red King's castle banquet. She is having a conversation with Proper Lady 1 just as Anastasia walks by and overhears the conversation. Impressed by their manner of speaking, Anastasia tries to practice imitating them to sound more high class.

Screaming Head

The Screaming Head is a Wonderland character. He appears in the third episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Aaron Harrison. He is currently alive.
W103ScreamingHead
History:
He is a man that once broke a deal with the Caterpillar and paid the price by having his head severed from his body. When Will wants to help Alice find the Forget Me knot, which Grendel currently has, the Caterpillar sends him to retrieve it for him. The Caterpillar warns that, should Will try to keep the knot, he'll exact revenge on him by giving him a fate worse than death. To prove this point, the Caterpillar uncovers a lid from a plate to reveal the man's severed head, which screams in agony.

Sentry

The Sentry is a Wonderland character. He appears in the thirteenth episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Toby Levins. He is currently deceased.
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Thief 1

Thief 1 is a Wonderland character. He appears in the sixth episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Kerry van der Griend. He is currently alive.
W106ThisIsATollRoad
History:
Spotting Alice walking past their campfire, the thief blocks her way and asks where she is going. She tells him about going west to find someone, to which he warns her about that being the direction of the Black Forest. His companion also tries to deter her from going, but she refuses the advice. When she tries to continue on her way, they insist she has to pay them a toll in order to pass, namely the necklace she is wearing. Upon refusing, Alice engages in battle with them, overpowering the thief's companion, before throwing the thief on his back and threatening him with a sword. Before going, Alice takes a lit branch from their campfire. Later, the thieves run into Will and tell him about Alice venturing into the Black Forest.

Thief 2

Thief 2 is a Wonderland character. He appears in the sixth episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Sean Owen Roberts. He is currently alive.
W106GoodLuckWithThat
History:
The thief's companion spots Alice walking past, and asks her about where she is going. When she discloses her journey is heading west, both thieves try to discourage her from going there, where she is sure to get lost in the Black Forest. She refuses the advice and tries to continue on, but they insist she has to pay them a toll in order to pass, namely the necklace she is wearing. Upon refusal, Alice engages in battle with them, overpowering the thief, before gaining the upper-hand against his companion. Before going, Alice takes a lit branch from their campfire. Later, the thieves run into Will and tell him about Alice venturing into the Black Forest.

Townsperson 1

Townsperson 1 is a Wonderland character. She appears in the second episode of the spin-off. She is portrayed by co-star Sarah Hayward. She is currently deceased.
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History:
Before the Red Queen, Townsperson 1 pleads for the water supply to be replenished, which is running out, while another townsperson bemoans about his Dodo being eaten by the Queen's Jubjub bird. The Red Queen, exasperated with their grievances, coldly remarks that she doesn't care about their problems. As the two townspeople and the other common folk present react in shock at her response, they suddenly freeze in place, because of Jafar's magic. Jafar questions the Queen about why she is wasting her time with the peasants when she should be focusing on finding the genie's bottle. The Queen reasons she has responsibilities as a monarch, to which Jafar turns the townspeople into ash, stating that now she has spare time.

Townsperson 2

Townsperson 2 is a Wonderland character. He appears in the second episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Gerry Rousseau. He is currently deceased.
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History:
Before the Red Queen, a female peasant pleads for the water supply to be replenished, which is running out, while Townsperson 2 bemoans that his Dodo was eaten by the Queen's Jubjub bird. The Red Queen, exasperated with their grievances, coldly remarks that she doesn't care about their problems. As the two townspeople and the other common folk present react in shock at her response, they suddenly freeze in place, because of Jafar's magic. Jafar questions the Queen about why she is wasting her time with the peasants when she should be focusing on finding the genie's bottle. The Queen reasons she has responsibilities as a monarch, to which Jafar turns the townspeople into ash, stating that now she has spare time.

Villager (The Serpent)

The Villager (The Serpent) is a Wonderland character. He appears in the fourth episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Forbes Angus. He is currently alive.
W104AnExecution
History:
While looking for Will, Alice and Lizard notice a large crowd gathered ahead. Alice asks the villager what is going on, and he states there is going to be an execution. Only after getting to the front of the crowd, Alice sees a poster announcing Will's death sentence.

Villager (Dirty Little Secrets)

The Villager (Dirty Little Secrets) is a Wonderland character. He appears in the tenth episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Kalvin Olafson. He is currently deceased.
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White Knight

The White Knight is a Wonderland character. He first appears in the tenth episode of the spin-off. He is portrayed by co-star Benjamin Wilkinson. He is currently alive.
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History:
The White Knight guards two doors, with one leading to the Well of Wonders, and will allow passage if a person can pick the right door by guessing his riddle. Alice concludes the knight is lying, after he answers yes or no, when she prompts him with the same question for a specific door. From this, she deducts the left door is the correct way to the well.

White Rabbit's Daughter

The White Rabbit's Daughter is a Wonderland character. She appears in the eighth episode of the spin-off. She is voiced by an unknown actress. She is currently alive.
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History:
Along with her mother and brother, she is taken hostage by the Red Queen and hidden in an old wagon as the White Rabbit is forced to do the royal's bidding to ensure his family's safety. After the White Rabbit confesses the truth to Alice and Will about why he is helping the Queen, they help reunite him with his family. As as safety precaution, Mrs. Rabbit takes her children to her mother's house.

White Rabbit's Son

The White Rabbit's Son is a Wonderland character. He appears in the eighth episode of the spin-off. He is voiced by an unknown actor. He is currently alive.
W108PercyCropped2
History:
Along with his mother and sister, he is taken hostage by the Red Queen and hidden in an old wagon as the White Rabbit is forced to do the royal's bidding to ensure his family's safety. After the White Rabbit confesses the truth to Alice and Will about why he is helping the Queen, they help reunite him with his family. As as safety precaution, Mrs. Rabbit takes her children to her mother's house.

Young Woman

The Young Woman is a Wonderland character. She appears in the third episode of the spin-off. She is portrayed by co-star Catherine Michaud. She is currently deceased.
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History:
This woman is Grendel's deceased wife. She and Grendel were happy together, but after her death, Grendel's grief over losing her led him to stealing the forget me knot to relive memories of his life with her.
For major Wonderland Characters, see this category.

Unknown Origin

Barnaby

Barnaby is a character of unknown origin. He is mentioned in the eighth episode of the fifth season. He is currently deceased.
History:
Some time after Captain Hook, aka Killian Jones, lost his hand to the crocodile, Barnaby insulted the pirate by calling him "one-handed Jones". Hook killed him in front of his wife, and took his ring as a trophy.

Black Fairy

The Black Fairy is a character of unknown origin. She is mentioned in the eleventh episode of the third season. Her current status is unknown.
History:
She was one of the most powerful Fairies that ever existed, and was well-versed in dark magic. The Blue Fairy eventually exiled her, and took her wand.

Don Juan

Don Juan is a character of unknown origin. He is mentioned in the nineteenth episode of the second season. His current status is unknown.
History:
Rumplestiltskin once made a deal with Don Juan. According to Mr. Gold, he was "nothing" until he made that deal.

Edgar (Birth)

Edgar (Birth) is a character of unknown origin. He is mentioned in the eighth episode of the fifth season. He is currently deceased.
History:
Edgar was a member of Captain Hook's pirate crew. According to Hook, he was a fine sailor. One day, Hook caught him drinking the captain's wine, and subsequently drowned him. Hook then took Edgar's ring as a trophy.

Eurydice

Eurydice is a character of unknown origin. She is mentioned in the twentieth episode of the fifth season. Her current status is unknown.
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History:
Long ago, Eurydice died and Orpheus followed her to the Underworld. After the latter fed her with Ambrosia, Eurydice eventually escaped Hades' realm. However, as Hades himself says it, it is unknown if it still worked once they left the Underworld. ("Firebird")

Guard (Sisters)

The Guard (Sisters) is a character of unknown origin. He appears in the nineenth episode of the fifth season. He is portrayed by co-star Romuald Hivert. He is currently deceased.
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History:
He works for Hades, and is one of two guards who were tasked with keeping an eye on Cora while she worked at the mill.

Orpheus

Orpheus is a character of unknown origin. He is mentioned in the twentieth episode of the fifth season. His current status is unknown.
520OrpheusBook
History:
Long ago, Eurydice died and Orpheus followed her to the Underworld. He helped her to escape Hades' realm by feeding her with Ambrosia. However, as Hades himself says it, it is unknown if it still worked once they left the Underworld. ("Firebird")

Penelope

Penelope is a character of unknown origin. She is first mentioned in the twelfth episode of the spin-off. She is currently deceased.
History:
Penelope was Will Scarlet's four years younger sister. She was better than him at everything. They had a lake by their home that would freeze over during the winter. The two of them would spend hours out there, but then one day, Penelope fell through a thin patch of ice and died. After that, Will is unable to move on from her death. ("To Catch a Thief", "Heart of Gold")

Prometheus

Prometheus is a character of unknown origin. He is first mentioned in the seventh episode of the fourth season. His current status is unknown.
History:
Long ago, Prometheus stole fire from an unknown entity. It became mankind's original fire, and burned on for a great while, until it was stolen by the first Dark One, Nimue. ("Nimue", "Birth")

Sad Eyed Boy

The Sad Eyed Boy is a character of unknown origin. He appears in the twenty-first episode of the fifth season. He is portrayed by co-star Kiefer Bahrich. He is currently deceased.
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History:
The Sad Eyed Boy is a customer at the Underbrooke Diner. He hasn't spoken for centuries.

Sad-Eyed Man

The Sad-Eyed Man is a character of unknown origin. He appears in the sixteenth episode of the fifth season. He is portrayed by co-star Donny Lucas. He is currently deceased.
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References

  1. http://lingaspect.wordpress.com/2014/10/11/some-runes-used-in-once-upon-a-time-ss4/#familytree
  2. The Duke of the Frontlands was supposed to appear in "Desperate Souls", and to be portrayed by Michael Phenicie.
  3. The Miller is also mentioned in "The Stable Boy", "The Queen Is Dead", "Bleeding Through", "Souls of the Departed", "Our Decay" and "Sisters"
  4. In addition to their olny appearance in "Think Lovely Thoughts", the Spinsters are mentioned in "Manhattan" and "It's Not Easy Being Green"
  5. File:518EmilyBrownGrave.png
  6. File:419AfterAll.png
  7. Maleficent: "Just what the Dark One showed me... That she was banished to this world thirty years ago, to a place called Minnesota, where she was adopted by a couple." ("Lily)"
  8. 8.0 8.1 File:419Newspaper.png
  9. http://www.spoilertv.com/2015/08/once-upon-time-season-4-deleted-scenes.html
  10. https://twitter.com/AdamHorowitzLA/status/604104306397052929
  11. 11.00 11.01 11.02 11.03 11.04 11.05 11.06 11.07 11.08 11.09 11.10 11.11 11.12 11.13 11.14 11.15 11.16 11.17 11.18 11.19 11.20 11.21 This character/s may or may not have been brought over by the second Dark Curse. Therefore, it is unknown if they were cursed again.
  12. Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas on the Season One DVD Audio Commentary for "7:15 A.M.
    http://abc.go.com/shows/once-upon-a-time/blogs/storybrooke-secrets/secrets-episode-110-715-am
    http://abc.go.com/shows/once-upon-a-time/blogs/storybrooke-secrets/secrets-episode-213-tiny
  13. Undoing the first Dark Curse might also undo his transformation into a fish.
  14. Floyd appears in "The Thing You Love Most", "Snow Falls", "The Price of Gold", "The Shepherd", "Desperate Souls", "7:15 A.M.", "Fruit of the Poisonous Tree", "What Happened to Frederick", "Red-Handed" "Dreamy", "Child of the Moon", "Tiny", "Welcome to Storybrooke", "Selfless, Brave and True", "Lacey", "The Evil Queen", "Dark Hollow", "The New Neverland", "Quiet Minds", "Snow Drifts", "There's No Place Like Home", "The Bear King", "Rocky Road", "The Apprentice", "The Snow Queen", "Shattered Sight", "Heroes and Villains", "Darkness on the Edge of Town", "Lily", "Mother", "Operation Mongoose Part 2", "The Dark Swan", "Siege Perilous" and "Only You".
  15. https://twitter.com/AdamHorowitzLA/status/648175588381818880
    "The Dark Swan", ABC, Once Upon a Time.
  16. "Red-Handed", ABC, Once Upon a Time.
  17. File:410MoveIt.png
  18. File:410SoHappy.png
  19. File:122StabilizeHim.png
  20. File:313SeeThatComing.png
  21. https://twitter.com/AdamHorowitzLA/status/572288329821003776
  22. 22.0 22.1 File:521Page3.png
  23. 23.0 23.1 http://www.thefutoncritic.com/listings/20150331abc02/

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