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This page lists Enchanted Forest characters featured on ABC's Once Upon a Time and Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. For characters from Agrabah, a kingdom in the Enchanted Forest, see List of Agrabah Characters.

Enchanted Forest Characters

This section lists characters visiting or residing in the Enchanted Forest.

Abigail

Main article: Abigail

Abigail débuts in the third episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Anastasia Griffith. She is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Kathryn Nolan. Abigail is a princess of a neighboring kingdom and daughter of King Midas. Previously, she was in love with a man, Frederick, but an accident caused him to turn into a golden statue. King Midas gives his daughter's hand in marriage to Prince James so that King George's kingdom may prosper from their gold. When Prince James calls off their upcoming wedding by running away, Abigail helps him to escape without being caught by King George because she, too, does not want to marry him. Before leaving, Prince Charming helps to revive her true love, Frederick, by gathering some of the mystical water from Lake Nostos that allows him to return to as he once was. ("The Shepherd", "Snow Falls", "What Happened to Frederick")

Abraham

Abraham débuts, with his only appearance, in the thirteenth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by C. Ernst Harth. He does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Abraham is a giant of the Enchanted Forest who lives on top of a beanstalk and is one of the many brothers of Arlo. His other brothers include Anton, Argyle and Andre. Abraham has a habit of picking on Anton by calling him "Tiny" due to his small stature and thinks his fondness for human things is ridiculous. He demonstrates this when he crushes a golden harp Anton treasures. After a human army invades the top of the beanstalk, he is slain during the invasion. ("Tiny")

Agrabahn Vipers

Main article: Agrabahn Vipers

The Agrabahn Vipers début in the eleventh episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. They are dangerous vipers which Regina's father encourages her to be served of in order to free herself from her marriage with the king. Their origin is Agrabah, the same land where the Genie comes from. ("Fruit of the Poisonous Tree")

Anastasia

Main article: Red Queen

The Red Queen, also known as Anastasia, débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, and is portrayed by Emma Rigby. Anastasia lives with her mother, who has always wanted her to be a queen or at least marry a nobleman. However, she falls in love with Will. Together, they escape to Wonderland through a looking glass. ("Heart of Stone", "Forget Me Not")

Anita

Main article: Anita

Anita débuts, with her only appearance, in the seventh episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Annabeth Gish. She does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Anita is a shapeshifting werewolf who leads her own pack and is the mother of Red Riding Hood. She is reunited with her daughter when Red is forced to run from her village after killing her boyfriend, Peter, while in wolf form. Anita teaches Red to embrace herself as a wolf but they clash when Red's friend, Snow White, wanders into their pack hideout with the Queen's men storming in as well. One of her pack members, Quinn, is killed in the ensuing battle against the Queen's men and Anita holds Snow White responsible. She reacts by trying to kill Snow White as penance for Quinn's death, but Red tries to stop it and in the midst of the argument, Anita herself accidentally impales herself and dies. ("Child of the Moon")

Andre

Andre débuts, with his only appearance, in the thirteenth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by unknown actor. He does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Andre is a giant of the Enchanted Forest who lives on top of a beanstalk and is one of the many brothers of Arlo. His other brothers include Abraham, Argyle and Anton. ("Tiny")

Anton

Main article: Anton

Anton débuts in the sixth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Jorge Garcia. He does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Anton is a giant of the Enchanted Forest who lives on top of a beanstalk and is one of the many brothers of Arlo. His other brothers include Abraham, Argyle and Andre. Anton is considered the smallest of the giant folk and as a result receives many teasings from Abraham and is called by the nickname "Tiny". Unlike his brothers, he is fascinated by human objects and is naive about the bad nature in some humans. He is taken advantage of by two humans, James and Jack, and unintentionally exposes the secret location of the beanstalk to them. The twosome lead a human army to invade the beanstalk and many giants are slain during the fight. Anton becomes the only surviving giant with the last bean stalk plant in existence. Since then, he has harbored a strong grudge against humans, but his opinion changes when he meets a kind human named Emma. Later, Anton is kidnapped by Cora, who shrinks him down to human size and takes him aboard Hook's ship for the journey to Storybrooke. ("Tallahassee", "Tiny")

Argyle

Argyle débuts, with his only appearance, in the thirteenth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time and is portrayed by Andre Tricoteux. He does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Argyle is a giant of the Enchanted Forest who lives on top of a beanstalk and is one of the many brothers of Arlo. His other brothers include Anton, Abraham and Andre. ("Tiny")

Ariel

Main article: Ariel (Character)

Ariel débuts in the sixth episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by JoAnna Garcia Swisher. She does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Ariel is a mermaid who fell in love with a prince she once saved from a shipwreck. When sea goddess Ursula allows her to walk on dry land, her new friend Snow White helps her meet Eric, who shows sympathy to her. Eric asks Ariel to join him on a trip to a distant land, but Snow White's archenemy Queen Regina steals Ariel's voice and stops her from meeting him. Eventually, Ariel ends up in Storybrooke and reunites with Eric; just in time to return to the Enchanted Forest due to a curse. Back in her native land, Ariel searches for him, but he is kidnapped by a pirate. The couple eventually reunite in Hangman's Island, where they live happily together. ("Ariel", "The New Neverland", "Going Home", "The Jolly Roger")

Arlo

Main article: Arlo

Arlo débuts in the thirteenth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Abraham Benrubi. He does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Arlo is a giant of the Enchanted Forest who lives on top of a beanstalk and is one of the many brothers of Anton. His other brothers include Argyle, Abraham and Andre. Arlo is the leader of the giants and takes great pride in the careful growing and harvesting of ripe magic beans. He is highly perceptive and wary of the past misdeeds of humans who used their beans to travel to and conquer other lands. Arlo strongly believes in the integrity that must be upheld to keep humans from finding out they are growing new beans. He is caught off guard when humans attack their home and hastily instructs Anton to destroy all the beans so no humans can use them for their own selfishness. After being stabbed by a poisonous blade, he uses his dying breath to give Anton the last beanstalk plant in existence so that one day it may be replanted. ("Tiny")

Aurora

Main article: Aurora

Aurora débuts in the first episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Sarah Bolger. She does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Aurora is the daughter of Sleeping Beauty.[1] Under the influence of the same sleeping curse as her mother, Aurora remains asleep on a bier in her crumbling palace until Prince Phillip arrives to awaken her with true love's kiss. When Phillip is killed by a Wraith, she is not quick to forgive Emma and Mary Margaret, who caused the creature to appear, but decides to channel her anger into helping them find a way home. On the journey, Aurora begins suffering after effects of the sleeping curse. Later, she is kidnapped by Emma and Mary Margaret's nemesis, Cora, to force them to hand over a compass. Despite Cora's attempt to win Aurora over by promising to revive Phillip, she shows true strength in remaining loyal to her new friends. Hook steals Aurora's heart for Cora, though Mulan retrieves and returns it. Time passes and Aurora, with the assistance of Mulan, somehow manages to revive Phillip. Eventually, Aurora gets pregnant, but the Wicked Witch Zelena threatens to harm the baby if she reveals her plan to kidnap Snow White's unborn child. When Aurora fails to keep Zelena's secret, she and her husband are turned into flying monkeys, which causes the pregnancy to pause. When the second curse is cast, Aurora is transported to Storybrooke. After Zelena's defeat, Aurora reverts to human and gives birth the very next day. ("Broken", "Lady of the Lake", "Into the Deep", "Quite a Common Fairy", "A Curious Thing", "There's No Place Like Home")

Baelfire

Main article: Baelfire

Baelfire débuts in the eighth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Dylan Schmid and Sebastian Wilkinson. He is the Enchanted Forest alias of Neal Cassidy. Baelfire is the son of poor villagers Rumplestiltskin and Milah. He grows up without a mother and relies on his cowardly father. When he comes of age at fourteen, Baelfire must enroll as a soldier to fight in the Ogre Wars. Though he is unafraid and willing to fight, Rumplestiltskin uses other means from losing his only son by possessing the magic powers of the Dark One. Baelfire's life changes drastically by watching his father become cruel and blood thirsty and longs for the man he once knew to return. By obtaining a magic bean from a fairy, he persuades Rumplestiltskin to go with him to a land without magic. In the end, Baelfire is abandoned by his father to travel to the new world alone. ("The Crocodile", "Desperate Souls", "The Return")

Bashful

Main article: Bashful (Enchanted Forest)

Bashful débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Mig Macario. He is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Bashful. Bashful is one of eight dwarves born with his other brothers. He is the shyest and most timid of all his dwarf brothers. Bashful becomes a mining dwarf but later befriends a princess named Snow White. Together with his dwarf brothers, they fight alongside with her to rescue her true love, Prince Charming. He mourns Snow White's passing after she dies at the Evil Queen's hands, though she is miraculously restored to life with true love's kiss from her prince. Eventually, the Queen casts a curse which causes Bashful and most of the Enchanted Forest inhabitants to be sent to Storybrooke. When the curse is undone, Bashful returns to his home land and joins his friends in a journey to take back Queen Regina's palace from an invader. ("Dreamy", "7:15 A.M.", "An Apple Red as Blood", "Pilot", "Going Home", "Witch Hunt")

Behemoth

Behemoth débuts in the sixth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Robert Mailet. He does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Behemoth is a colossal fighter who Prince James is given the challenge to defeat in order to win the favor of a neighboring kingdom's ruler, King Midas. He is defeated by Prince James but feigns death while the prince is giving a victory speech. Unsuspectingly, Behemoth uses the last of his strength to rise and gravely wound Prince James by stabbing him clean through his chest. With his opponent beaten, Behemoth falls back to the ground and dies. ("The Shepherd")

Belle

Main article: Belle (Enchanted Forest)

Belle débuts in the twelfth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Emilie de Ravin. She is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Belle. Belle is the bookish daughter of Sir Maurice, who willingly sacrifices herself as part of a deal with the Dark One, Rumplestiltskin, so her family will be protected by the warring ogres. With the terms of the deal lasting for an eternity, she becomes Rumplestiltskin's castle maid. Over a period of time, they grow close and she is able to see the gentle man beneath the veneer of intimidation and power. In an attempt to help him let go of the darkness in his heart, she gives him true love's kiss to break the Dark One's curse, though he mistakenly believes she is trying to take away his powers on orders of the Queen. She is later thrown out of the castle by him. Before leaving, Belle calls Rumplestiltskin a coward for not believing she loves him, and that he will live to regret it. On a journey to discover herself, she frees another Prince Phillip beast from a curse, which gives her hopes of saving Rumplestikltskin. Before she can return to his castle, she is imprisoned by the Queen. Eventually, the Queen casts a curse which causes Belle and most of the Enchanted Forest inhabitants to be sent to Storybrooke. When the curse is undone, Belle returns to her home land and joins Neal in a journey to revive the Dark One, who sacrificed himself to defeat Peter Pan. ("Skin Deep", "The Outsider", "Pilot", "Going Home", 'Quiet Minds")

Black Beard

Main article: Black Beard

Black Beard débuts in the seventeenth episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Charles Mesure. It is currently unknown if he has a Storybrooke counterpart. In the Enchanted Forest, Black Beard takes leadership of Hook's former ship. Black Beard offers to relinquish a prisoner if Hook gives up on trying to take back the Jolly Roger, but the former captain selfishly refuses. Instead, Hook binds Black Beard's arms and legs and throws him to the sharks. ("The Jolly Roger")

Blind Witch (The Thing You Love Most)

Main article: Blind Witch (The Thing You Love Most)

The Blind Witch débuts, with her only appearance, in the second episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Patti Allan. She is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Miss Ginger. The Blind Witch is one of many of the Evil Queen's followers who gather to hear her speak about the Dark Curse. The Blind Witch is unsure about whether the curse will give them the happiness she and the other minions desire, to which the Evil Queen affirms it will. She helps to contribute to the first casting attempt by giving up a lock of her hair to the Evil Queen and stands by as the curse is activated, but fails. ("The Thing You Love Most")

Blind Witch (True North)

Main article: Blind Witch (True North)

The Blind Witch débuts, with her only appearance, in the ninth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Emma Caulfield. She does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. The Blind Witch lives in a Gingerbread House covered with candy and sweets to lure lost children into her home. Inside, she remains asleep in a chair until a tempted child takes a bite of one of the goodies left out on the table. When the Blind Witch awakens, she is unable to see but makes sharp calculations with her keen sense of smell to find her prey. Siblings Hansel and Gretel are sent to the gingerbread house to fetch a poisoned apple for the Evil Queen. The Blind Witch is alerted to their presence when Hansel eats one of her food items but Gretel pushes her into the open furnace and locks the door. Then, the Evil Queen sends a fireball to presumably kill the Blind Witch. ("True North")

Blue Fairy

Main article: Blue Fairy

The Blue Fairy, also known as Reul Ghorn, débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Keegan Connor Tracy. She is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Mother Superior. She comes to the aid of those who wish upon a blue star, and trains inexperienced fairies such as Nova and Tinker Bell. At one time, she gifts a young boy, Baelfire, a magic bean so he can escape to a land without magic and bind the dark powers of his father, Rumplestiltskin. Under threat of the Evil Queen's curse, the Blue Fairy requests a wood carver, Geppetto, to make a magic wardrobe out of an enchanted tree. As he requires his son, Pinocchio, to be one of the two people protected from the curse, she agrees and later lies to the war council about the wardrobe only having the power to save one person. On the day of the curse, Snow White gives birth early, so she asks him to allow mother and child to go through the wardrobe together. Geppetto, however, secretly refuses her command. When the curse is undone, the Blue Fairy returns to her home land. Grumpy enlists her aid in counterattacking the Wicked Witch of the West, but she is not helpful. ("Dreamy", "Quite a Common Fairy", "The Return", "The Stranger", "Going Home", "A Curious Thing")

Bossy

Bossy débuts, with his only appearance, in the fourteenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Ken Kramer. It is currently unknown if he has a Storybrooke counterpart. He 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. ("Dreamy")

Cinderella

Main article: Cinderella

Cinderella débuts in the fourth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Jessy Schram. She is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Ashley Boyd. Cinderella is the lonesome and sad housemaid of her stepmother and two stepsisters. Tired of being stuck in a life she doesn't want, Cinderella asks for a chance to change her life. She signs a deal with Rumplestiltskin to owe him something in the future and in return he uses a wand to transform her rags into a ball gown. She attends the ball; winning the heart of Prince Thomas and happily accepts marriage with him. Rumplestiltskin reappears to claim his end of the deal; asking for her first born child. The prospect terrifies Cinderella, so she manages to tricks Rumplestiltskin into signing a new fake contract. The unfulfilled original deal causes Thomas' disappearance as the price of her evasion. ("The Price of Gold")

Claude

Claude débuts in the ninth episode of second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Paul Lazenby. He does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Claude is one of the men who travel by wagon to take part in the hunt for a creature called the Yaoguai. He teases a woman, Belle, who is also riding in the same wagon, for being so engrossed in a book. However, it catches his interest when she tells them the book details information about the Yaoguai. After she says the creature can be found by a lake, Claude and the other men kick her off the wagon to head to the location themselves. Only after realizing she gave them false information, Claude tracks her down to a village. He and his friends attempt to force her down a well, but they are stopped by a female warrior, Mulan. Later, Claude reveals the location of Belle to the Evil Queen, who captures the girl. From then on, he is employed by the Evil Queen as a guard outside of Belle's cell. When an intruder approaches the cell, Claude is killed in the battle. After Hook helps the Evil Queen "murder" her mother, Cora, Claude's corpse is sent to Wonderland in an exchange to bring the latter's body back to the Enchanted Forest. ("The Outsider", "Queen of Hearts")

Cora

Main article: Cora

Cora débuts in the seventeenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Jennifer Koenig, Barbara Hershey and Rose McGowan. She does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Cora, while working in a tavern, falls in love with Jonathan, who she is tricked into believing is a real prince. Several months later, she is now pregnant and tracks him down to demand financial support for herself and the child, but he escapes. As luck would have it, Cora meets Prince Leopold and wins his favor, so he decides to marry her. The day before the wedding, Jonathan blackmails her for money in order to buy his silence about their prior liaison and her out-of-wedlock pregnancy. Prince Leopold's former fiancée, Princess Eva, overhears and reports this to him. Exposed for her lies, Cora's engagement with Prince Leopold is broken off. After giving birth to a girl, she abandons her to a cyclone. Now working on a mill, she delivers flour to King Xavier's castle when Princess Eva humiliates her in front of all the royals. After sneaking into a ball, she boasts to King Xavier of her ability to spin straw into gold. As a result, Cora is forced to prove her skill, which she does under the instruction of Rumplestiltskin. Despite winning Prince Henry's hand in marriage, Cora realizes she truly loves Rumplestiltskin. They agree to run away together, but only after she gets revenge on King Xavier by ripping out his heart. Instead, Cora rips out her own heart; believing love is weakness. Years later, still obsessed with power, she secures an arranged marriage for her daughter, Regina, and King Leopold. Fed up with her mother's controlling ways, Regina uses magic to banish her to Wonderland. Cora returns to the Enchanted Forest with Hook's help and waits out the Dark Curse's designated time of twenty-eight years. After the breaking of the curse, Emma and Mary Margaret end up in the Enchanted Forest. Cora uses their presence to her advantage to find a way to Storybrooke. ("The Stable Boy", "We Are Both", "The Miller's Daughter", "Lady of the Lake", "Bleeding Through")

Daniel

Main article: Daniel

Daniel débuts in the seventeenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Noah Bean. He does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Daniel is a stable boy who works for Henry and Cora by tending to their riding horses. He falls in love with their daughter, Regina, and she reciprocates his feelings as well. After Regina is made to accept King Leopold's hand in marriage by her mother, Daniel proposes to her and they make plans to run away together. King Leopold's young daughter, Snow White, discovers the affair and promises to keep Regina's secret, but is manipulated by Cora into telling the truth. On the night the lovers depart, Cora decides to rid Daniel for good by killing him. His death permanently devastates Regina, and she blames Snow White for not keeping her secret. Even after death, Regina hopes Daniel can be revived with magic, so she preserves his body. Though bringing back the dead is impossible, a scientist named Dr. Frankenstein attempts to resurrect him as part of a deal with Rumplestiltskin in order to force Regina to move on. ("The Stable Boy", "The Doctor")

Doc

Main article: Doc (Enchanted Forest)

Doc débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by David-Paul Grove. He is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Doc. Doc is one of eight dwarves born with his other brothers. He is the most serious and wise out of his dwarf brothers. Doc becomes a mining dwarf but later befriends a princess named Snow White. Together with his dwarf brothers, they fight alongside with her to rescue her true love, Prince Charming. He mourns Snow White's passing after she dies at the Evil Queen's hands, though she is miraculously restored to life with true love's kiss from her prince. The Evil Queen threatens the land with a curse and when Snow White's child is prophecized to be their savior, a plan is put in place to send a heavily pregnant Snow White to another land via a magic wardrobe to be unaffected by the curse's effects. But, she goes into labor the day of the curse approaches and Doc has no choice but to help deliver the baby. ("Pilot", "Dreamy", "An Apple Red as Blood")

Donna

Main article: Donna

Donna débuts in the fourth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Laura Bertram. She does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Donna is a local villager who graciously allows three travelers, Martin, Myrna, and their son, Jiminy to stay overnight in her house. She and her husband, Stephen, become concerned upon hearing a spreading elfin plague and accepts a drinkable elf tonic from Martin and Myrna. Unaware she is being tricked and also that their fake elf tonic has been switched with a potion Jiminy received from a wizard, Donna drinks it and permanently turns into a puppet. ("That Still Small Voice")

Dopey

Main article: Dopey (Enchanted Forest)

Dopey débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Jeffrey Kaiser. He is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Dopey. Dopey is one of eight dwarves born with his other brothers. He is the most silly and goofy out of his dwarf brothers. Dopey becomes a mining dwarf but later befriends a princess named Snow White. Together with his dwarf brothers, they fight alongside with her to rescue her true love, Prince Charming. He mourns Snow White's passing after she dies at the Evil Queen's hands, though she is miraculously restored to life with true love's kiss from her prince. ("Pilot", "Dreamy", "An Apple Red as Blood")

Elsa

Main article: Elsa

Elsa, also known as the Ice Queen, débuts in the twenty-second episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time. Trapped in a vessel, she is locked away in Rumplestiltskin's castle vault where he keeps magical items deemed too dangerous to control. After being imprisoned by Rumplestiltskin, Emma and Hook become entrapped in the vault as well. In an attempt to look for a way home, Hook pulls out the vessel and places it on a table. When Emma manages to open a portal, the vessel is taken in to the present as well. ("There's No Place Like Home")

Emma Swan

Main article: Emma Swan

Emma Swan débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Jennifer Morrison. She does not have a counterpart. Emma is the daughter of Snow White and Prince Charming who is sent to a land without magic via the wardrobe when she is just a newborn infant to be protected by the Evil Queen's curse. Rumplestiltskin prophecized she is the savior that will one day break the curse in twenty eight years' time. After the breaking of the curse, an accident causes Emma and Mary Margaret to be ripped from Storybrooke back into the Enchanted Forest. For Emma, this is the first time seeing her would-have-been home had she never left twenty eight years ago via the wardrobe. She and Mary Margaret battle against Cora and Hook in the race against time to return to Storybrooke. ("Pilot", "Lady of the Lake", "Queen of Hearts")

Eva

Main article: Eva

Eva débuts in the fifteenth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Rena Sofer and Eva Allan. She does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Eva is a princess that has been engaged to Prince Leopold since childhood. He, however, does not wish to marry her, and instead chooses a commoner, Cora, as his intended marriage partner. While eavesdropping a conversation, Eva discovers Cora is pregnant by a gardener, Jonathan, and she immediately notifies Prince Leopold, who finds proof of his future bride's deception and casts her out. Much later, Eva visits King Xavier's kingdom where she deliberately humiliates Cora. Eventually, she marries Prince Leopold and gives birth to a daughter, Snow White. As Queen, Eva becomes a kindly ruler; learning to mature from the perception she had as a young princess; with the changed belief in the decorum and respect others should be treated with despite social rank. Eva is quick to correct her haughty daughter when she overhears Snow White treating their castle servant, Johanna, in a most unkind matter that mirrors her own youth. Unknowingly poisoned by Cora, Eva dies from the illness and leaves a tremendous imprint in Snow White to always be kind and just to the people she meets. ("The Queen Is Dead", "The Miller's Daughter", "Bleeding Through")

Evil Queen

Main article: Evil Queen

The Evil Queen débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Lana Parrilla. She is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Regina Mills. Regina is the only child of a prince-turned-valet, Henry and former miller's daughter, Cora. She falls in love with a stable boy, Daniel, but keeps the relationship secret. Cora forces an arranged marriage upon her daughter by orchestrating a situation in which Regina valiantly saves the life of a princess named Snow White. As a result, Snow White's father, King Leopold, asks for Regina's hand in marriage so she may become a mother to Snow White. Rather than go through with the wedding, Regina plans to leave home forever by running away with Daniel. Though Snow White is sworn to secrecy about Regina and Daniel's love for one another, she is manipulated by Cora into telling the truth. Cora kills Daniel, which devastates Regina, but grief quickly turns to anger when she finds out Snow White could not keep her secret. Unhappily, Regina becomes King Leopold's wife, but schemes to be rid of him, which she succeeds with the help of a friend. After King Leopold's death, Regina puts all her energy into driving Snow White into ruin and attempts more than once to capture and kill her. After many failed attempts, she to take drastic measures by casting a Dark Curse. ("Pilot", "Fruit of the Poisonous Tree", "The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter", "The Stable Boy")

Fairy Godmother

Main article: Fairy Godmother

The Fairy Godmother débuts in the fourth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Catherine Lough Haggquist. She does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. The Fairy Godmother is in the service of King George's family and pays a visit to the housemaid Cinderella to grant her a chance to go to the royal ball and meet her prince. Due to an earlier deal with King George, Rumplestiltskin receives from him the whereabouts of the Fairy Godmother and purposefully kills her in order to obtain her wand. ("The Price of Gold")

Frederick

Main article: Frederick

Frederick débuts in the thirteenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Greyston Holt. He is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Jim. Frederick is a knight who is in love with a princess, Abigail. One day, while bravely defending her father, King Midas, from robbers, he is accidentally turned into a statue via the king's golden touch. Ever since then, he has stayed as a golden statue despite Abigail trying multiple times to bring him back with true love's kiss. Abigail is arranged to marry Prince Charming from King George's kingdom. From the alliance, King George's kingdom will prosper from King Midas' gold. She goes along with it despite not truly taking an affectionate liking to Prince Charming. When Prince Charming runs away from the impending marriage, Abigail aids him in his escape. When asked why she is helping him, Abigail surprises Prince Charming by revealing she, too, does not want to marry him and shows him the golden statue of Frederick. Seeing her despair, Prince Charming is sympathetic to her plight and helps her in the only way Abigail herself knows of, which is taking some mystical water from Lake Nostos. After bringing it back, the water is poured on the statue of Frederick and he is magically revived back into a human. ("What Happened to Frederick")

Friar Tuck

Main article: Friar Tuck

Friar Tuck débuts in the third episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, and is portrayed by Michael P. Northey. He is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Friar Tuck.

Gaston

Main article: Gaston

Gaston débuts in the twelfth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Sage Brocklebank. He does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Gaston is the fiancé of his intended future wife, Belle. He cares for her though she has no romantic feelings towards him. When Belle willingly gives herself up to be Rumplestiltskin's eternal housemaid as part of a deal to protect her family from the ogres ravaging the lands, he is against her leaving but it does not deter Belle's stubbornness. Believing Belle is needlessly sacrificing herself for her family's sake, he storms Rumplestiltskin's castle with the intent of defeating him but instead is transformed into a rose. The rose is given to Belle by Rumplestiltskin. With no awareness the rose is actually Gaston, she cuts the stem before placing it in a vase. ("Skin Deep")

Geppetto

Main article: Geppetto

Geppetto débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Tony Amendola and Michael Strusievici. He is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Marco. Geppetto is the only child of villagers Donna and Stephen, who are permanently turned into marionettes after they ingest a magic potion. As a lifelong act of penance, Jiminy is turned into a cricket by the Blue Fairy and follows Geppetto as he grows up; guiding him as a voice of consciousness. Geppetto becomes a wood carver who makes a puppet named Pinocchio. The puppet becomes animated and can talk despite being made out of wood. While caught at a storm at sea, Pinocchio sacrifices the last life vest to Geppetto. By daylight, both of them wash up at the shore, but Pinocchio is dead. Due to Pinocchio's selfless act to save Gepetto, the Blue Fairy turns him into a real boy. After learning about the forthcoming Dark Curse and the wardrobe's ability to protect two people from the curse's effects, he refuses to cooperate unless Pinocchio is one of the two who will be safeguarded. The Blue Fairy reluctantly agrees to the deal and lies to the war council about the wardrobe only being able to protect one person from the curse. Despite the decision a still heavily pregnant Snow White must be the one to go through the wardrobe, she gives birth on the day the curse approaches. The Blue Fairy insists that Geppetto allow both Snow White and her newborn daughter to pass into the wardrobe. Refusing to follow her advice, he selfishly only thinks of keeping Pinocchio safe and persuades him to go into the wardrobe. ("Pilot", "The Stranger")

Glinda

Main article: Glinda

Glinda débuts in the nineteenth episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Sunny Mabrey. It is currently unknown if he has a Storybrooke counterpart. Formerly part of a sisterhood of witches in Oz, Glinda is banished to the Enchanted Forest by the Wicked Witch of the West. South of Rumplestiltskin's castle, she encases her home in a dimension of ice and snow, in which only the pure of heart may enter. On the arrival of Prince Charming and Snow White, Glinda gives them information on her prior relationship with the Wicked Witch, and how they can only defeat her with powerful light magic. ("A Curious Thing")

Grace

Main article: Grace

Grace débuts in the seventeenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Alissa Skovbye. She is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Paige. Grace is the daughter of Jefferson and lives a cheerful though meager life in a house in the woods. A stuffed white rabbit doll catches her eye in the marketplace but her father does not have enough money to pay for it. Even so, she understands and doesn't mind it when she is given a secondhand rabbit doll to play with in her pretend tea parties. Grace panics when Jefferson tells her he must go away to do a job for the Queen and begs him not to go. He promises to be back soon and lets a neighborhood couple take care of her while he is gone. ("Hat Trick")

Granny

Main article: Granny (Enchanted Forest)

Granny débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Beverley Elliott. She is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Granny. Granny is a strict and toughened woman who looks after her granddaughter, Red. She dislikes that Red harbors feelings for blacksmith's son, Peter. However, the real reason why Granny keeps such a close eye on her granddaughter is because she is hiding a family secret. As a child, Granny is scratched by her husband, who carries the shape-shifting werewolf gene. From this encounter, she is infected with the ability to shape-shift. Granny's daughter, Anita, greatly embraces her wolf side and wants to raise her child, Red, as a wolf too. Granny does not allow it and takes Red away to raise the child solely to be human. Red is kept human even on the full moon if she wears a special cloak that prevents her from changing, but there are times she becomes a wolf when without the cloak. Granny keeps the villagers from finding out the wolf that has been stalking and killing people is actually her granddaughter. However, one full moon night, Red shape-shifts and mauls Peter to death. Thus, Granny is forced to accept the consequences in not telling Red about her heritage. She urges Red to flee before the village hunters realize what is going on. Much later, Granny reunites with Red and assists Snow White in rescuing Prince Charming. She also joins the war council that assembles when the Evil Queen intends to cast a Dark Curse over the whole land. ("Red-Handed", "An Apple Red as Blood", "Child of the Moon")

Gretel

Main article: Gretel

Gretel débuts in the ninth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Karley Scott Collins. She is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Ava Zimmer. Gretel is the older sister of her brother, Hansel. Their father goes missing in the woods and so they comb the area looking for him. The Queen stops on the road and questions why they are in her woods. She offers to help find their father if they help her steal an apple from a witch. They enter into the witch's gingerbread house to get the apple, but Hansel awakens the witch by eating the food set on the table as bait. With Gretel's quick thinking, she pushes the witch into the furnace and locks her in. The Queen is pleased they successfully retrieved what she asked for and tries to sway them into living with her rather than continuing to look for their father. Gretel and Hansel refuse and in anger, she sends them back into the forest to be trapped there forever. ("True North")

Grumpy

Main article: Grumpy

Grumpy débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Lee Arenberg. He is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Leroy. Grumpy is one of eight dwarves born with his other brothers, though he was not born and given the name "Grumpy". Originally, he is the most whimsical and a true daydreamer out of his dwarf brothers, so he is given the name "Dreamy". Dreamy becomes a mining dwarf but meets and falls in love with a fairy, Nova. Together, they dream of running away and living a life together. Their plan is forced to a halt when the head dwarf, Bossy, and the Blue Fairy convince him to stay as he is. Dreamy breaks up with Nova and goes back to the mines a changed dwarf. It is there he gives up on his dreamish and fantasy ideas and becomes more realistic and callous, which earns him the new name "Grumpy". He later befriends a princess named Snow White. Together with his dwarf brothers, they fight alongside with her to rescue her true love, Prince Charming. He mourns Snow White's passing after she dies at the Evil Queen's hands, though she is miraculously restored to life with true love's kiss from her prince. Grumpy joins the war council that assembles when the Evil Queen intends to cast a Dark Curse over the whole land. ("Pilot", "Dreamy", "An Apple Red as Blood")

Gus

Gus débuts as a mention in the seventh episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time. He is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Billy. Gus is referenced briefly by Billy himself when telling Ruby about his dual identity in the Enchanted Forest, in which he was one of the mice who lived in Cinderella's pantry. ("Child of the Moon")

Hansel

Main article: Hansel

Happy

Main article: Happy (Enchanted Forest)

Honora

Honora débuts in the nineteenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Christina Gooding. She does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. 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. Honora is allowed to go home after placing their dinner on the table. Rumplestiltskin is paranoid in thinking other people will try to steal his power if they know it can be obtained by killing him with the dagger. So, to prevent Honora from informing someone else about the dagger via other means since she cannot speak, Rumplestiltskin brutally murders her. Baelfire is stunned 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. ("The Return")

Hook

Main article: Hook

Hook débuts in the fourth episode of the second episode of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Colin O'Donoghue. He does not have a Storybrooke counterpart.

Hordor

Main article: Hordor

Hordor débuts in the eighth episode of the first season, and is portrayed by Ty Olsson. He does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Hordor is one of the knights in service to the Duke of the Frontlands and is ordered to hand pick from the villages children who have come of age at fourteen to train them to be soldiers in the ogre war. He is intimidating and full of arrogance. When he takes away a village girl, Morraine, to enlist her in the war, her parents plead for mercy. Unmoved, he uses a magic dagger to force the Dark One, Zoso, to subdue them with magic. Hordor uses his position as a knight to his own advantage in bullying Rumplestiltskin into submission and humiliation. He attempts to take Rumplestiltskin's son, Baelfire, as the next intended child to use as a soldier in the war but is stopped by the Dark One. Immediately, Hordor shows his allegiance by kneeling to him; not knowing the Dark One is now Rumplestiltskin himself. As punishment for how Hordor treated him earlier, Rumplestiltskin slaughters him and all of his men. ("Desperate Souls")

Huntsman

Main article: Huntsman

The Huntsman débuts in the seventh episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Jamie Dornan. He is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Sheriff Graham. The Huntsman is a man of the woods who was abandoned by his parents as a child and raised by wolves. He grows up to share a strong bond with them and keeps a wolf as his companion, though others mock him for his sensitive nature. Enlisted by the Queen to fulfill the terms of a deal, he asks for in return for the wolves to be protected from humans. The Huntsman is given the duty to kill the Queen's stepdaughter, Snow White, but cannot go through with it after reading a farewell letter she has written to her stepmother. Moved to tears by the letter, he allows her to escape. As a replacement, he gives the Queen not the heart of Snow White, but a heart of a deer. The Queen finds out he tricked her and takes his own heart as payment for his failure. She makes the Huntsman her lifelong servant and slave to do her bidding, though the Huntsman helps a captured Prince Charming flee from the Queen's palace to reunite with Snow White. ("The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter", "A Land Without Magic")

Jack

Main article: Jack

Jack débuts in the sixth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Cassidy Freeman. She does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Jack is a female warrior in her own right and highly confident in her fighting abilities. Once long ago, she traveled to another land and rescued a village from a beast called the Jabberwocky. In return, she received a magic mushroom as a gift. She becomes Prince James' flirtatious lover and is undeterred when his father, King George, catches them fooling around while the kingdom is being driven into ruin by James' habitual spendings. After King George orders James to investigate a giant that has climbed down the beanstalk, Jack partakes in it as well. She wins the giant's friendship by giving him the mushroom, which helps shrink him to human size. Both she and James scheme to find out the location of the giant's home and when they do, Jack leads a human army up the beanstalk to slay all the giants. While stabbing a giant, Arlo, he extracts payback by stabbing her with her own poisoned blade. Abandoned by James, she meets her own end dying of poison. ("Tiny")

Jiminy Cricket

Main article: Jiminy Cricket

Jiminy Cricket débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Raphael Sbarge, Morgan Roff and Adam Young. He is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Archie Hopper. Jiminy is born into a family of swindlers; with his parents, Myrna and Martin, being the two most influential people in his life. Despite that, Jiminy feels remorse for stealing from other people and seeks a way to change his life and be rid of his parents. He receives a magic potion from Rumplestiltskin to use on his parents but receives a shock when they give it to two villagers, Donna and Stephen, who ingest the contents of the bottle and are turned into permanent puppets. Donna and Stephen's only son, Geppetto, is left an orphan due to the potion. Reeling from devastation, Jiminy wishes upon a blue star for his actions to be undone. The Blue Fairy answers his call by telling him she cannot bring Geppetto's parents back but she can make it so Jiminy can help the child himself. He accepts and asks to be turned into a talking cricket. Since then, Jiminy has accompanied Geppetto as his voice of consciousness. ("That Still Small Voice")

Johanna

Main article: Johanna (Enchanted Forest)

Johanna débuts in the fifteenth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Lesley Nicol. She is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Johanna. Johanna is the gentle and soft spoken palace servant of Queen Eva. While busy preparing for the coming of age birthday party of Queen Eva's daughter, Snow White, she tries on the royal tiara heirloom in a moment of leisure. Johanna is quick to apologize for her insolence when Snow White belittles her for touching an item she believes is not meant for a servant to wear, though Queen Eva corrects her daughter for behaving in such an unkind manner. Despite Snow White's spoiled and uppity nature, Johanna forgives and shows understanding for the young princess who is still learning what it means to be a royal and to treat others above and below her rank with respect and kindness. She becomes Snow White's sole support system while her mother is dreadfully ill and passes away, especially when the princess must cope with deep-seated grief. ("The Queen Is Dead")

Jonathan

Main article: Jonathan

Jonathan débuts in the eighteeneth episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by David De Latour. It is currently unknown if he has a Storybrooke counterpart. Frequenting a tavern, Jonathan charms a bar maid, Cora, into believing he is a prince and proposes to her. After giving her a cover story of having to go away for few months, they consummate the marriage. In truth, Jonathan is just a gardener of the royal estate of Prince Leopold, which Cora shockingly discovers, but she demands that he give financial support to his unborn child. He refuses, hitting Cora, and then flees. Upon hearing news Cora is engaged to Prince Leopold, he blackmails her into providing him riches to buy his silence about their past relationship and her current pregnancy. Cora agrees to the deal and requests they meet in the chapel, but by then, Prince Leopold has discovered the truth. ("Bleeding Through")

King George

Main article: King George

King George débuts in the sixth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Alan Dale. He is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Albert Spencer. King George is a ruler of an unnamed kingdom. As king, he and his wife are unable to conceive an heir due to a curse that rendered her barren. By making a deal with Rumplestiltskin, a son is procured for him from commoners. He names the child James and grows to love the boy as his own flesh and blood. After the Queen from a neighboring kingdom cuts off relations, Prince James runs up debts with his personal dalliances and careless spending. To fill the coffers, King George forms an alliance with King Midas, who promises gold if Prince James destroys a dragon ravaging his lands. To prove himself worthy enough, Prince James battles a colossal fighter, Behemoth, but he is fatally wounded during the battle. Grief-stricken, King George asks Rumplestiltskin to resurrect his son, but dead is dead. Instead, Rumplestiltskin fetches Prince James' twin, David, to take his deceased brother's place. David succeeds in the mission, which impresses King Midas so much he offers his daughter, Abigail, as a bride. Though David is forced to accept the marriage, he falls in love with Snow White. King George crushes these hopes by making Snow White reject David, who responds by calling off the wedding and chasing after his love. Furious, King George has been captured and sentenced to death, but later hands him over for a worse punishment in the Queen's hands. ("The Shepherd", "7:15 A.M.", "Heart of Darkness", "An Apple Red as Blood")

King Leopold

Main article: King Leopold

King Leopold débuts in the eleventh episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Richard Schiff and Eric Lange. He does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Since childhood, Leopold has been engaged to a princess, Eva. After meeting a commoner, Cora, they form a connection and he decides to marry her instead. When Eva reports that Cora is deceiving him, he finds proof and casts her out. Presumably, his prior engagement with Eva resumes, and he marries her. They have one daughter, Snow White. As king, he is often busy, but Eva's sudden death devastates him. Afterwards, he spends much time wandering through various lands with his knights and daughter in tow until one day Snow White's horse goes awry and she is saved by a young woman named Regina. In his desire to have a mother for Snow White, he proposes to Regina. The marriage takes place, but his attention remains completely on his daughter and he is neglectful of Regina. By chance, King Leopold finds a lamp and frees the genie inside. He invites his new friend into his kingdom, but remains unaware of the Genie's growing affection for Regina. From reading Regina's diary, King Leopold discovers she has a lover and locks her up as punishment. Wishing to free Regina, the Genie kills King Leopold by poisoning him. ("Fruit of the Poisonous Tree", "The Queen Is Dead", "Bleeding Through")

King Midas

Main article: King Midas

King Midas débuts in the third episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Alex Zahara. It is currently unknown if he has a Storybrooke counterpart. King Midas is the ruler of a nearby kingdom to King George's. His kingdom is quite rich and plentiful due to a cursed hand King Midas has in which everything and anything he touches turns into gold. He and King George draw up a possible alliance. If King George's son, Prince James, can help rid one of his villages of a dragon, then he in turn will provide gold for King George's poor kingdom. To impress King Midas, Prince James battles and wins against a strong fighter, Behemoth, to prove he can take on the dragon. Alas, Prince James is struck down by Behemoth, but is replaced by his twin brother, Prince Charming. After Prince Charming's successful defeat of the dragon, King Midas agrees to help King George's kingdom but also asks for the deal to be sealed via a marriage between their two lands by offering his daughter, Abigail. ("The Shepherd")

King Xavier

Main article: King Xavier

King Xavier débuts in the sixteenth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Joaquim de Almeida. It is currently unknown if he has a Storybrooke counterpart. King Xavier is the ruler of an unnamed kingdom with his son, Prince Henry, next in line to the throne. During a royal ball for his son to find a wife, King Xavier looks down upon a miller's daughter, Cora, who claims she can spin straw into gold. To prove it, he locks her in a roomful of straw, and if success follows, she can marry Prince Henry. Cora does not disappointment in her talent, and makes King Xavier's kingdom rich with gold. Before the wedding occurs, Cora visits King Xavier, intending to rip out his heart, but he calls her out for her affair with Rumplestiltskin. He teaches her "love is weakness" and makes her choose between a poor life or a rich one. ("The Miller's Daughter")

Liam Jones

Main article: Liam Jones

Liam Jones débuts in the fifth episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Bernard Curry. He does not have a Storybrooke counterpart.

Little John

Main article: Little John (Enchanted Forest)

Little John débuts in the third episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Jason Burkart. He is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Little John.

Lumiere

Main article: Lumiere

Lumiere débuts in the fifteenth episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Henri Lubatti. It is currently unknown if he has a Storybrooke counterpart.

Mad Hatter

Main article: Mad Hatter

The Mad Hatter débuts in the seventeenth episode of first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Sebastian Stan. He is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Jefferson. The Mad Hatter, also commonly known as Jefferson, is a portal jumper who adventurously travels between worlds by using a hat to procure items and valuable things for the deal maker, Rumplestiltskin. Later in his life, he has a daughter, Grace, and blames himself for losing Grace's mother in an unknown fashion due to the portal jumping. Not wanting to lose Grace, too, he retires from world travelling and never uses his hat again. Jefferson lives a content but poor life with Grace as a mushroom seller. He is troubled when the Queen requests to be taken to Wonderland so she can fetch something back the Queen of Hearts stole from her, and outright refuses. But, he changes his mind after feeling guilty at the inability to provide a proper childhood for Grace due to the lack of income and asks the Queen in return for helping her that she give him what he needs, too. Using his portal-jumping hat, he and the Queen travel to Wonderland. ("Hat Trick", "The Doctor")

Magic Mirror

Main article: Magic Mirror

The Magic Mirror débuts in the second episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Giancarlo Esposito. He is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Sidney Glass. The Magic Mirror is originally a Genie that spent his entire existence granting three wishes to whomever becomes his master by releasing him from his lamp. One day, a king named Leopold uses a wish to free him. The Genie is welcomed into King Leopold's home as a guest where he falls in love with the Queen, Regina. He gifts her mirror to show she is "the fairies in the land". King Leopold, finding evidence of Regina's infidelity in her diary, locks her up. After receiving a box containing poisonous vipers, the Genie uses them to King Leopold so he can be with Regina. Only after, he recognizes Regina was only using him to get rid of her husband. Desperate to be with her, the Genie uses the lamp's last wish to stay by Regina's side forever. His wish backfires on him as he becomes trapped in a mirror for all eternity. ("Fruit of the Poisonous Tree")

Malcolm

Main article: Malcolm

Malcolm débuts in the eighth episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Stephen Lord. He is the Enchanted Forest alias of Peter Pan.

Maleficent

Main article: Maleficent (Enchanted Forest)

Maleficent débuts in the second episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Kristin Bauer van Straten. She is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Maleficent. Maleficent is a witch whose alternative form is that of a fire breathing dragon. Once, she harbored a grudge against a woman named Sleeping Beauty and cursed her under a Sleeping Curse.[1] Later, she did the same to Sleeping Beauty's daughter, Princess Aurora and also separated the princess from her true love, Prince Phillip by turning him into a beast. Eventually, Maleficent retires to an isolated home. At some point, she agreed to trade her Sleeping Curse for the Evil Queen's Dark Curse. Maleficent battled Prince Charming during the time he was tasked with hiding a potion in the body of a beast, which turned out to be Maleficent herself after she transformed into a dragon. He throws the potion into her body via her ear flap and flees. When the Evil Queen returns to ask for the curse back, Maleficent is unwilling to barter and warns of the darkness in using such a curse. Despite it, the Evil Queen forcibly takes the curse back and doesn't care about the consequences. ("The Thing You Love Most", "A Land Without Magic", "Broken", "The Outsider")

Maleficent's Unicorn

Maleficent's Unicorn débuts in the second episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. The unicorn is Maleficent's pet and 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, the Evil Queen spars with Maleficent to take the curse back by force since she won't willingly hand it over. As the unicorn is Maleficent's weak point, the Evil Queen prepares to kill the animal, but is stopped shortly. This gives the Evil Queen the advantage to trap Maleficent and make away with the curse. ("The Thing You Love Most")

Marian

Main article: Marian

Marian débuts in the nineteenth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Christie Laing. She does not have a Storybrooke counterpart.

Martin

Main article: Martin

Martin débuts in the fifth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Harry Groener. He does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. He is the husband of Myrna and together with her leads a life of thievery and pick-pocketing. He firmly believes their son Jiminy must follow in their footsteps as well since there is no changing who he is born as. Although Jiminy grows up to protest against his parents' lifestyle in swindling people, Martin and his wife continue on with their schemes. When he and Myrna become aware Jiminy is plotting to get rid of them, they turn the tables on him by switching out a special potion their son planned to use on them. Martin and Myrna give the potion to a young couple in their ploy to convince them a spreading plague can only be cured by buying their "elfin tonic". The result is the couple is magically turned into a pair of puppets; much to Martin and Myrna's amusement. ("That Still Small Voice")

Mary Margaret Blanchard

Main article: Mary Margaret Blanchard

Mary Margaret Blanchard débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Ginnifer Goodwin. She is the Storybrooke counterpart of Snow White. Mary Margaret unexpectedly revisits the Enchanted Forest following the breaking of the Dark Curse in which a mishap causes Emma to fall into a portal. Concerned about losing Emma, Mary Margaret jumps in to follow through. They are taken prisoner by Mulan and Aurora to a Safe Haven. Upon meeting the leader of the Safe Haven, Lancelot, Mary Margaret recognizes him as an old friend as does he. Assisted by Mulan and Aurora, she and Emma battle against Cora and Hook to find a way back to Storybrooke. ("Broken", "Lady of the Lake", "Queen of Hearts")

Mayor Tomkins

Mayor Tomkins débuts in the fifteenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Bill Dow. It is currently unknown if he has a Storybrooke counterpart. He is the mayor of the village which local residents Red, Widow Lucas and Peter live in. Mayor Tomkins becomes increasingly concerned about the welfare of his village due to a large wolf stalking and killing the townspeople. He calls a town meeting to order after the hunting party compromised of some of the village people are slaughtered by the wolf. At the meeting, Widow Lucas warns against anyone attempting to pursue or take down the wolf. She tells the ominous story of her six brothers who died for the cause as well as her own scar in being branded by the wolf. ("Red-Handed")

Medusa

Main article: Medusa

Medusa débuts in the tenth episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time. It is currently unknown if she has a Storybrooke counterpart.

Milah

Main article: Milah

Milah débuts in the fourth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Rachel Shelley. She does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Milah is a villager who is the wife of Rumplestiltskin. She leads a very ordinary life of making a living through wool spinning. When Rumplestiltskin is drafted into the Ogre War, she gladly allows him to go because he desires glory in showing his worth as a courageous soldier. During the months he is gone, she is pregnant with child and gives birth to a son, Baelfire. But, Milah hears disturbing accounts about her husband's cowardice in purposely injuring himself so he can get sent home. The day he returns, she learns the truth and is disgusted that he has turned out just like his own father who was a coward, too. Her pride is hurt; justifying Baelfire would have a better father if he had fought and died a hero instead of a father who is alive but ran away from battle. The marriage takes a steep turn for the worse and in the years that follow, Milah actively gambles and drinks at the tavern. She falls in love with a pirate captain, Hook, and is enamored with the tales he tells of travelling and exploring other worlds. Making a split decision to pursue her own happiness elsewhere, she runs away with him and leaves behind her husband and son. Though regretful of leaving Baelfire, she and Rumplestiltskin do not cross paths again for years. When they do, he finds out the truth in the circumstances of her disappearance was not from being kidnapped as he thought, but through willingly going with Hook. In the heat of an argument, Milah claims she left because she never loved Rumplestiltskin, which deeply angers him. She dies after Rumplestiltskin tears out and crushes her heart in a fit of rage. ("The Crocodile", "Manhattan")

Monstro

Monstro débuts in the twentieth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. He is a giant whale at sea who attacks and attempts to swallow Geppetto and Pinocchio while they are caught in a storm. Pinocchio sacrifices himself to give Geppetto the last life vest and jumps into the sea as a huge tidal wave engulfs everything. ("The Stranger")

Morraine

Main article: Morraine

Morraine débuts in the eighth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Conner Dwelly. She does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Morraine is a local girl who lives in the same village as Baelfire. When she comes of age at fourteen, the Duke's men come to fetch and enlist her in the Ogre War as a soldier. After the Dark One, Rumplestiltskin, puts a stop to the war, Morraine is allowed to return home. She is different from the other children in that she is not afraid of associating with Baelfire though his father is the feared Rumplestiltskin. Morraine gives advice to Baelfire to seek the "Reul Ghorm" if he wishes to find a way for his father to stop being the Dark One. ("Desperate Souls", "The Return")

Mother/Woman

Mother/Woman débuts in the fifth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, and is portrayed by Sarah-Jane Redmond. It is currently unknown if she has a Storybrooke counterpart. 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 a 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 way only Anastasia could ever set foot in her household again is by working as a 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")

Mulan

Main article: Mulan

Mulan débuts in the first episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Jamie Chung. She does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Mulan is a trained warrior who served in her native land's army for the Emperor and becomes skilled in wielding a powerful sword. She spends months trying to protect her village from a beast called the Yaoguai but is ultimately unable to slay it when a leg injury forces her to turn over the task to a fellow Yaoguai hunter, Belle. Belle defeats the Yaoguai in an unlikely matter of freeing the creature from a curse, which allows it to return to the human form of a man, Prince Phillip. Mulan and Phillip become travelling companions and later go on a journey to find his true love, Aurora. Once the two lovers are reunited, Phillip's life is quickly extinguished by a soul sucking Wraith, and Mulan takes an oath to protect Aurora for his sake. She and Aurora help aide Mary Margaret and Emma in bridging a way home. ("Broken", "We Are Both", "Lady of the Lake", "Tallahassee", "Into the Deep", "Queen of Hearts", "The Outsider")

Myrna

Main article: Myrna

Myrna débuts in the fifth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Carolyn Hennesy. She does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. She is the wife of Martin and together with him leads a life of thievery and pick-pocketing. She firmly believes their son Jiminy must follow in their footsteps as well since there is no changing who he is born as. Although Jiminy grows up to protest against his parents' lifestyle in swindling people, Myrna and her husband continue on with their schemes. When she and Martin become aware Jiminy is plotting to get rid of them, they turn the tables on him by switching out a special potion their son planned to use on them. Martin and Myrna give the potion to a young couple in their ploy to convince them a spreading plague can only be cured by buying their "elfin tonic". The result is the couple is magically turned into a pair of puppets; much to Martin and Myrna's amusement. ("That Still Small Voice")

Neal Cassidy

Main article: Neal Cassidy

Neal Cassidy débuts in the first episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Michael Raymond-James. He is the Land Without Magic alias of Baelfire.

Nova

Main article: Nova

Nova débuts in the fourteenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Amy Acker. She is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Astrid. Nova is a clumsy but kind natured fairy who dreams of becoming a fairy godmother. Her dream is crushed when the Blue Fairy asks Nova to spend the next year collecting fairy dust. Because of her carelessness in handling fairy dust, Nova lacks confidence in her actual abilities in becoming a fairy godmother. When she meets Dreamy, he cheers her up. Nova asks Dreamy to come to Firefly Hill with her and together they gaze at the night sky's horizon as fireflies gather to glow up the darkness. They fall in love and because of their shared interest in travelling, Nova and Dreamy plan to leave together on a boat to see the rest of the world. She is heartbroken after Dreamy goes back on their promise and tries to convince her they don't belong together. ("Dreamy")

Peter

Main article: Peter

Peter débuts in the fifteenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Jesse Hutch. He does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Peter is the son of a blacksmith and lives in the same village as his secret love, Red. They often have to sneak around to meet each other since Red's Granny does not approve of the relationship. Amidst Red's attempt in tracking the wolf which has been killing the village people, she comes to the conclusion based on her findings that Peter is the wolf. She goes off with him alone at night to tell him the news, which Peter takes as a shock. He allows Red to chain him down to a tree so if he shapeshifts again, it won't be possible to harm anyone else. To his horror, when the full moon approaches, it is not himself that turns into a wolf, but Red. Desperately, he tries to snap a hint of recognition into wolf Red, but instead she lunges and mauls him to death. ("Red-Handed")

Peter Pan

Main article: Peter Pan

Peter Pan, also known as the Pied Piper, débuts in the first episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Robbie Kay. He is the Neverland alias of Malcolm.

Pinocchio

Main article: Pinocchio

Pinocchio débuts in the twentieth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Jakob Davies. He is the Enchanted Forest alias of August Booth. Pinocchio is originally a wooden puppet carved and made by the wood carver, Geppetto. With the power of the Blue Fairy, Pinocchio becomes a mobile and talking puppet. One stormy night at sea, he and Geppetto are being chased by a giant whale, Monstro. More concerned about the safety of Geppetto than himself, Pinocchio urges him to put on the last remaining life vest. At dawn, Geppetto finds an unmoving Pinocchio awash at shore. While grieving for his beloved companion, he calls upon the Blue Fairy. Due to Pinocchio's proved selflessness, the Blue Fairy allows him to become a real human boy. She states as long as Pinocchio is kind, selfless and honest, he can always remain as he is. After Geppetto learns news of the Evil Queen's curse, he makes a deal with the Blue Fairy so that Pinocchio will be one of the two people protected from it. On the day the curse is cast, Geppetto persuades Pinocchio to flee danger by going inside the magic wardrobe. Despite Pinocchio's fears in separating from his adoptive father, Geppetto makes him promise to take care of the savior who will one day free all of them from the curse. Via the wardrobe, Pinocchio enters a land without magic. ("The Stranger")

Prince Charming

Main article: Prince Charming

Prince Charming débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Joshua Dallas. He is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of David Nolan. Prince Charming is originally a shepherd named David who lived on a farm with his mother, Ruth. His life changes the day Rumplestiltskin comes to fetch him to replace his deceased twin brother, James as King George's son. David is tempted into the role with one of the rewards being his mother's farm will flourish and she won't have to worry about money. Masquerading as Prince James, he slays a dragon in one of the villages of King Midas, but then is coerced into accepting an arranged marriage with Midas' daughter, Abigail, to seal the alliance between his kingdom and King George's. David continues the princely facade due to King George's threats of harming his mother. While still engaged to Abigail, he meets and falls in love with Snow White, who dubs him "Prince Charming". Unable to forget her, he spends a long journey in fighting for a future to be with Snow White while King George and the Evil Queen act as the main instigators in keeping them apart. Their eventual marriage results in a child who will be the prophecised savior of the Evil Queen's Dark Curse. ("Pilot", "Snow Falls", "7:15 A.M.", "An Apple Red as Blood")

Prince Eric

Main article: Prince Eric

Eric débuts in the sixth episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Gil McKinney. He is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Eric. Eric, prince of the Maritime Kingdom, is saved by a woman while caught in a shipwreck. A year later, while attending the Under the Sea celebration, he meets Ariel, who he believes is the same woman. As they both like travelling, he invites her to depart with him tomorrow for an expedition around the world. Unknown to Eric, he remains unaware Ariel is a mermaid. The next morning, still in mermaid form, Ariel swims up to below the castle balcony where Eric is awaiting her. However, her voice has been taken away by the Evil Queen, and he does not see or hear her when she calls to him. When the Evil Queen casts a curse, Eric and most of the Enchanted Forest inhabitants are swept away to Storybrooke. The opposite occurs when the curse is undone, in which Eric and the Storybrooke residents are brought back to the Enchanted Forest. Kidnapped by a pirate named Black Beard, Eric is placed on Hangman's Island as ransom where Ariel reunites with him. ("Ariel", "The Jolly Roger")

Prince James

Main article: Prince James (Twin)

Prince James débuts in the sixth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Joshua Dallas. He does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Prince James is the son and heir to King George. Years ago, because King George and his wife are unable to conceive a child, a deal is made to procure one from a farming couple to raise as heir apparent. King George grows to love James as his own blood, though his son becomes careless and irresponsible in spending gold and running the kingdom into debt. Tasked with finding more gold to satisfy his father's demands, James and his lover, Jack, manipulate and trick a giant named Anton into revealing the location of his home, the beanstalk, to them. They attack and kill the giants with an army. In his selfishness, he leaves Jack to die and steals the giants' treasures back to his own kingdom. Later, James battles Behemoth to prove himself worthy to King Midas, who wants him to defeat a dragon terrorizing a village in his kingdom. If he can destroy the dragon, King George's kingdom will benefit from the gold in King Midas's kingdom. Shortly after Behemoth falls in battle, James is unexpectedly killed by him. ("The Shepherd", "Tiny")

Prince Phillip

Main article: Prince Phillip

Prince Phillip débuts in the first episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Julian Morris. He does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Prince Phillip is the true love of Aurora. Long ago, they were cursed by a witch, Maleficent; with Aurora asleep under the Sleeping Curse and himself transformed into a great beast. His curse is broken with the help of fairy dust. After regaining human form, he crosses paths with a female warrior, Mulan, and they journey together in rescuing Aurora. With true love's kiss, he and Aurora have a long awaited reunion. His life is cut short by a soul sucking Wraith. ("Broken", "The Outsider")

Prince Thomas

Main article: Prince Thomas

Prince Thomas débuts in the fourth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Tim Phillipps. He is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Sean Herman. Prince Thomas is the neighboring prince who attends a royal ball looking for his future bride. He falls in love with Cinderella and they marry in a happy celebration. Eventually, Cinderella tells Thomas about the deal she made with Rumplestiltskin so she could go the royal ball and meet him; with her end of the bargain being she has to give up her first born child. Even so, Thomas believes the love they have is not something the deal made and it's real. He helps her to figure out a solution to prevent Rumplestiltskin from taking their child, which succeeds, but ultimately, the price of the unfulfilled deal is Thomas himself disappearing into thin air. ("The Price of Gold")

Quinn

Main article: Quinn

Quinn débuts in the seventh episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Ben Hollingsworth. He does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Quinn is one of the members of a wolf pack with its leader, Anita, who requests he find and bring her daughter, Red, to their den. He recognizes Red for what she is—a wolf—after spotting her in the woods. Red is integrated into their pack and finds herself at home, but her friend, Snow White, wanders too close to the den. Quinn brings Snow White in as a suspicious character, but Red pleads for her friend's innocence when he starts to choke her to death. Following this, the Evil Queen's men storm into the hideout with the intent of capturing Snow White. In the midst of the battle, Quinn is killed while defending the pack. ("Child of the Moon")

Rapunzel

Main article: Rapunzel

Rapunzel débuts in the fourteenth episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Alexandra Metz. It is currently unknown if she has a Storybrooke counterpart.

Red Riding Hood

Main article: Red Riding Hood

Red Riding Hood débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Meghan Ory. She is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Ruby. Red Riding Hood is a village girl who lives with her Granny, Widow Lucas, and is secretly in love with the blacksmith's son, Peter. She and Peter want to run away together, but are unable to do so with a wolf prowling around. Red tries to track the beast and later deducts the wolf is Peter. She finds out the hard truth when it is she herself that transforms under the full moon instead of him, and while in her wolf state, Red mauls Peter to death. Along with Snow White, she is forced to flee the village before the hunting party finds her. Red meets her mother, Anita, for the first time, and with her help, learns to control and embrace the wolf inside herself while also finding acceptance of her human side from Snow White. Aligning herself as an ally of Snow White, she aids her in providing monthly provisions of food while hiding out from the Evil Queen. Red joins in the rescue of Prince Charming and also becomes part of the war council in the fight against the Evil Queen's Dark Curse. ("Pilot", "7:15 A.M.", "Red-Handed", "Child of the Moon")

Robin Hood

Main article: Robin Hood (Enchanted Forest)

Robin Hood, also known as the Thief, débuts in the nineteenth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Tom Ellis. He is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Robin Hood. Robin Hood is the nemesis of the Sheriff. The Sheriff hates Robin Hood for humiliating him and for stealing the woman he loves, Marian. While Marian is heavily pregnant with Robin Hood's child and also very sick, he sneaks into the castle of Rumplestiltskin and attempts to steal a healing wand. Captured and held prisoner, he escapes after the castle maid, Belle takes pity on him. With the wand in his possession, Robin Hood successfully restores Marian to full health. A stray arrow startles both Robin Hood and Marian and they make haste in their getaway on horseback. ("Lacey")

Rocinante

Rocinante débuts in the eighteenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. Rocinante is Regina's most beloved horse who she uses to practice her riding skills. Regina hates the arranged marriage her mother, Cora, is forcing her into, and tries to ride away with Rocinante, but is unsuccessful in her escape. Many years pass since Regina marries King Leopold and drastically changes in personality. In order to get revenge against her nemesis, Snow White, she is given a curse from Rumplestiltskin. Regina kills Rocinante to extract the horse's heart as the sacrifice, but the curse doesn't work. When she confronts Rumplestiltskin about it, he scoffs the curse needs more than a horse's heart, and she must use the heart of the thing she loves most. ("The Thing You Love Most", "We Are Both")

Roland

Main article: Roland

Roland débuts in the third episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Raphael Alejandro. He is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Roland.

Royal Doctor

The Royal Doctor débuts in the fifteenth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Duncan Ollerenshaw. 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 to ask her to fetch the king to come to his wife's bedside. ("The Queen Is Dead")

Rumplestiltskin

Main article: Rumplestiltskin

Rumplestiltskin débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Robert Carlyle. He is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Mr. Gold. Rumplestiltskin is originally an village wool spinner who married a woman named Milah. He receives a draft for the Ogre War and with her blessing goes off to train for war as a soldier. While in the training camp, he meets a Seer who sees into his future with the news he will become a father, but due to his actions on the battlefield, his son will become fatherless. Though skeptical at first, later on Rumplestiltskin believes in her prediction and purposely injuries himself so he can be sent home. His cowardly actions disgust Milah and their marriage takes a turn for the worse. He loses his wife years later when she unsuspectingly runs away with a pirate. Fearful of losing his son, Baelfire, who is going to be forced to fight in the Ogre War, he steals a dagger and gains powers of the Dark One. Through intimidation and cruelty, Rumplestiltskin becomes a shrewd and bloodthirsty magic wielder that has no mercy for anyone who threatens himself or Baelfire. When given the chance to give up his powers for a peaceful non-magic life with Baelfire, he chooses magic and loses his son for good. For the next centuries, Rumplestiltskin pours all his power and uses any means into crafting a curse that will allow him to reunite with his son. ("Desperate Souls", "The Return", "The Crocodile")

Ruth

Main article: Ruth

Ruth débuts in the sixth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Gabrielle Rose. She does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Ruth is a commoner who owns a farm and is the mother of twin sons, James and David. From a deal made with Rumplestiltskin, she forfeits one of her infant sons in exchange for the farm's prosperity. She admits the truth to David when Rumplestiltskin comes to seek her remaining son to take the place of the recently deceased James as King George's adoptive son. With one of the rewards being riches for Ruth and the farm, David willingly takes on the facade to better his mother's living circumstances. However, he is unable to return to his old farm life due to King George's demands, and stays as the fake prince to keep the king acting out his threats in harming Ruth. As a parting farewell, Ruth gives her son a ring and makes him promise to gift it to his future bride. While David, now known as Prince Charming, and his true love, Snow White, are warring against King George to take back the kingdom, he revisits his mother. She hides when King George's men invade the farm to capture Prince Charming, but is fatally wounded by a stray arrow. To save her life, Prince Charming takes his mother to Lake Nostos to retrieve the water that can restore her to health. Unfortunately, Lake Nostos is all dried up except for a few droplets of water left. Because Snow White is cursed to be barren by King George, Ruth switches out the water so her future daughter-in-law can be healed instead. Ruth passes away peacefully while watching her son and Snow White get married in a ceremony ordained by Sir Lancelot. ("The Shepherd", "Lady of the Lake")

Seer

Main article: Seer

The Seer, formerly known as Little Girl, débuts in the fourteenth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Shannon Lucio and Brighid Fleming. She does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. The Seer is reputable for being able to see into the future. During an Ogre War, she is used to predict what will happen on the battlefield. In the soldier training camp, Rumplestiltskin is designated the duty in guarding her cage and warned of the "tricky beast" inside it. Using the naive man to her advantage, she promises to tell him his future in exchange for a sip of water. When he doesn't believe in her ability, she demonstrates her untold knowledge about what she knows about him. The Seer predicts Rumplestiltskin will become a father, but his actions on the battlefield will cause his son to be fatherless. She meets him again years later after what she foresaw has already come to pass. Rumplestiltskin coerces her into telling him how to regain his son, but she reaches her limit and instead offers him her powers so he can learn to see what will happen. With the burden of future sight lifted from her, she dies after giving Rumplestiltskin the last prophecy—a young boy will lead him to his son, but will be his undoing. ("Manhattan")

Sheriff

Main article: Sheriff

The Sheriff débuts in the nineteenth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Wil Traval. He is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Keith. The Sheriff rules and oversees the town of Nottingham. He is in love with a woman named Marian, but blames Robin Hood for stealing her away. Ever since then, the Sheriff harbors a grudge against him. One day, while patrolling his part of the woods, the Sheriff happens upon the Dark One, Rumplestiltskin, who is looking for the whereabouts of Robin Hood. Unwilling to give out information without a price, the Sheriff asks to spend a night with his "wench", Belle. Despite being coldly declined by Rumplestiltskin, the Sheriff persists in pursuing the matter, which causes the Dark One to rip out his tongue for his arrogance. Through Rumplestiltskin's intimidation, the Sheriff finally confesses to his tangled and hated past with Robin Hood and offers information on where he might be found. ("Lacey")

Sir Lancelot

Main article: Sir Lancelot

Sir Lancelot débuts in the third episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Sinqua Walls. He does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Sir Lancelot is originally a knight of the round table who falls from his rank and joins King George's guard. He captures and brings Snow White to King George where she is unknowingly poisoned into becoming barren without Lancelot's knowledge. In guilt, he leaves King George's service and joins forces with Snow White and Prince Charming. Lancelot assists in their journey to Lake Nostos to gather water to restore Ruth's life. ("Lady of the Lake")

Sir Maurice

Main article: Sir Maurice

Sir Maurice débuts in the twelfth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Eric Keenleyside. He is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Moe French. Sir Maurice is a lord of a castle in the land of Avonlea who is desperately trying to protect his people from the warring ogres. Rumplestiltskin offers to help at the price that Sir Maurice's only daughter, Belle, becomes his servant forever. Sir Maurice strongly opposes the idea, but Belle goes under the pretense her family and friends will be protected from the ogres, and that's all that matters to her. ("Skin Deep")

Siren

Main article: Siren

The Siren débuts in the thirteenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Aria Pullman. She does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. The Siren is guardian to Lake Nostos and a persistent protector against those who try to take the lake's waters for their own purposes. She leads men astray with the allure of both her body and voice, and if that is not enough, she can transform into the object of the person's desire. After seducing her prey, the Siren drowns her victim underwater. None have lived to tell the tale of escaping her until Prince Charming successfully evades her customary tricks and kills the Siren for good. Following her death, the lake bed dries up and all the water disappears. ("What Happened to Frederick", "Lady of the Lake")

Sleeping Beauty

Sleeping Beauty, based on the character from the titular fairytale, débuts as a mention in the second episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. She is the mother of Princess Aurora. For an unknown reason, the witch Maleficent cast a Sleeping Curse on her. Sleeping Beauty is briefly referenced by Regina, who recalls when Maleficent was bested by her.[1] In later life, Aurora is befallen by the same curse. ("The Thing You Love Most", "Broken")

Sleepy

Main article: Sleepy

Sleepy débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Faustino Di Bauda. He is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Walter. Sleepy is one of eight dwarves born with his other brothers. He is the most lethargic out of all his brothers. Sleepy becomes a mining dwarf but later befriends a princess named Snow White. Together with his dwarf brothers, they fight alongside with her to rescue her true love, Prince Charming. He mourns Snow White's passing after she dies at the Evil Queen's hands, though she is miraculously restored to life with true love's kiss from her prince. The Evil Queen threatens the land with a curse and when Snow White's child is prophecized to be their savior, a plan is put in place to send a heavily pregnant Snow White to another land via a magic wardrobe to be unaffected by the curse's effects. He and Grumpy are put in charge of standing guard to watch for the approaching curse, though Sleepy dozes off. ("Pilot", "Dreamy", "An Apple Red as Blood")

Sneezy

Main article: Sneezy

Sneezy débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Gabe Khouth. He is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Mr. Clark. Sneezy is one of eight dwarves born with his other brothers. He is the most hypersensitive to allergies out of all his brothers. Sneezy becomes a mining dwarf but later befriends a princess named Snow White. Together with his dwarf brothers, they fight alongside with her to rescue her true love, Prince Charming. He mourns Snow White's passing after she dies at the Evil Queen's hands, though she is miraculously restored to life with true love's kiss from her prince. ("Pilot", "Dreamy", "An Apple Red as Blood")

Snow White

Main article: Snow White

Snow White débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Ginnifer Goodwin. She is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Mary Margaret Blanchard. Snow White is the daughter of King Leopold and Queen Eva who grows up as a spoiled and proud young princess. During the day before her coming-of-age birthday celebration, Snow White is given a life lesson by her mother on the respectable manner she must treat a person no matter if one is a servant or royal. She is taught the celebration is to not glorify her status as a royal princess, but to show she can be honorable and kind as queen one day. Her morals are put to the test when Eva falls deathly ill. Though Snow White has the opportunity to save her mother at the cost of someone else's life being taken away, she cannot go through with the act and Eva succumbs to the mysterious affliction. While travelling between lands, Snow White's horse goes awry and she is saved by an experienced rider named Regina. Impressed by the woman's feat, King Leopold decides Regina would make a good mother for Snow White, and asks for her hand in marriage. By accident, Snow White glimpses Regina and the stable boy, Daniel, kissing, but promises to keep it a secret. Despite that, she is manipulated by Regina's mother, Cora, into telling her about the love affair. Since then, Regina has never forgiven Snow White for not being able to keep the promise and indirectly causing Daniel's death at Cora's hands. Regina becomes her stepmother, but they have a distant relationship. Only after the strange death of King Leopold, Snow White's life is threatened by Regina's attempt in having her killed. Snow White is forced to give up her life as princess and learn to survive in the wilderness to avoid capture. While on the run, she meets and falls in love with Prince Charming, though circumstances force them apart again and again. Their eventual marriage results in a child who will be the prophesied savior of the Evil Queen's Dark Curse. ("Pilot", "Snow Falls", "7:15 A.M.", "An Apple Red as Blood")

Stealthy

Main article: Stealthy

Stealthy débuts in the tenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Geoff Gustafson. He does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Stealthy is one of eight dwarves born with his other brothers. He is the most quiet and covert out of all his brothers. Stealthy becomes a mining dwarf but later puts his other abilities to use when he breaks into King George's castle to rescue Grumpy from his jail cell. On Grumpy's orders, he also frees Snow White. Though she suggests leaving out the back of the castle, Stealthy insists he and Grumpy are heading out through the front. They are ambushed by King George's men and Stealthy is shot dead. ("7:15 A.M.")

Stephen

Main article: Stephen

Stephen débuts in the fourth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Luke Camilleri. He does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Stephen is a local villager who graciously allows three travelers, Martin, Myrna, and their son, Jiminy to stay overnight in his house. He and his wife, Donna, become concerned upon hearing about a spreading elfin plague and accept a drinkable elf tonic from Martin and Myrna. Unaware he is being tricked and also that their fake elf tonic has been switched with a potion Jiminy received from a wizard, Stephen drinks it and permanently turns into a puppet. ("That Still Small Voice")

The Dragon

The Dragon débuts in the sixth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. It is a known creature inhabiting the mountains and causing 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. ("The Shepherd")

The Gnome

The Gnome débuts in the second episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Layton Keely. He does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. 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. ("The Thing You Love Most")

The King

Main article: The King

The King débuts in the fourth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Ted Whittall. He is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Mitchell Herman. The King is father to Thomas and partakes in the happy wedding celebration between his son and his future daughter-in-law, Cinderella. He has the first waltz dance with her and mentions he would not mind seeing a grandchild soon. ("The Price of Gold")

The Miller

The Miller débuts in the sixteenth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Gerry Rousseau. It is currently unknown if he has a Storybrooke counterpart. 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 herself. ("The Miller's Daughter")

The Shadow

Main article: The Shadow

The Shadow débuts in the twenty-first episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is voiced by Marilyn Manson.

The Woodcutter

Main article: The Woodcutter

The Woodcutter débuts in the ninth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Nicholas Lea. He is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Michael Tillman. The Woodcutter is father to his two children, Hansel and Gretel, and goes out one day into the forest to cut down wood. His children search endlessly for him after he goes missing, but do not find him. They aide the Evil Queen in retrieving a apple. She offers them a place in her palace instead of continuing to search for their father, but they refuse. Angered at their rejection, she traps them in the Infinite Forest and summons the Woodcutter to ask why his children are so adamant in finding him. Courageously, he states it's because family always stays together. The Evil Queen casts him into the Infinite Forest as well where all three will wander about for all eternity. ("True North")

Tinker Bell

Main article: Tinker Bell (Enchanted Forest)

Tinker Bell débuts in the third episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Rose McIver. She is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Tinker Bell.

Trish

Trish débuts in the fifth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Paula Giroday. She does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Trish is a witch-in-training taken under the magical instruction of Rumplestiltskin after Regina bails out on him. Regina returns a changed person and demonstrates her capacity to learn his methods of magic by ripping out Trish's heart and crushing it to dust. ("The Doctor")

Ursula

Main article: Ursula

Ursula débuts in the sixth episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time, and is voiced by Yvette Nicole Brown. It is currently unknown if she has a Storybrooke counterpart.

Valet

Main article: Valet

The Valet débuts in the second episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Tony Perez and Zak Santiago. He does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. The Valet, also commonly known as Henry, is the father of Regina and husband of Cora. As a prince, his own father, King Xavier, wishes for him to hurry and find a proper bride to marry. The miller's daughter, Cora, shows her hidden talent in spinning straw into gold and thus wins a marriage proposal from Henry. Unlike his domineering wife, Henry is weak willed and can do little to stop Cora's actions in pressuring Regina into an arranged marriage to King Leopold, but comes to aide his daughter in her scheme in killing the king. Henry does his best to support Regina, despite that her only desire is to quench her vengeance against Snow White. Regina's first attempt in casting the Dark Curse fails, and after she learns what is needed as a sacrifice for it to work—the heart of the thing she loves most—Henry tries to deter her from that path. He promises they can start over as a family, but Regina decides she is willing to go to any means to enact the curse, and takes her father's heart. ("The Thing You Love Most", "Fruit of the Poisonous Tree", "The Stable Boy")

Watchy

Watchy débuts in the fourteenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Richard Ian Cox. It is currently unknown if he has a Storybrooke counterpart. 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 welcome the new dwarf into the world. ("Dreamy")

Wicked Witch of the West

Main article: Wicked Witch of the West

The Wicked Witch of the West, also known as Zelena, débuts in the twelfth episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Rebecca Mader. She is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Zelena.

Will Scarlet

Main article: Will Scarlet

Will Scarlet, also known as the Knave of Hearts, débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, and is portrayed by Michael Socha.

William Smee

Main article: William Smee (Enchanted Forest)

William Smee débuts in the fourth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Christopher Gauthier. He is theEnchanted Forest counterpart of William Smee. William Smee is a trader who comes across Rumplestiltskin and wants eternal life in exchange for giving him a magic bean. He is captured by Rumplestiltskin's nemesis, Hook. To settle a debt, Milah asks him to let herself and Hook go if they hand over the bean. Hook tricks Rumplestiltskin and he does not receive the bean, so the deal William Smee had with him becomes null and void. Unhappy that his wish for eternal life is unfulfilled, Hook offers for him to join his crew and go to Neverland where people never age. ("The Crocodile")

Wolf

Main article: Wolf

The Wolf débuts in the seventh episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. It is the animal companion of the Huntsman, who has a strong affinity for wolves. The Wolf makes other people uneasy when the Huntsman brings it with him into a tavern, but it is quick to defend him after people threaten his safety. ("The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter")

Wraith

Main article: Wraith

The Wraith débuts in the first episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time. It is a soul sucking creature who wears a medallion and will hunt down anyone who becomes branded by it. ("Broken")

Zoso

Main article: Zoso

Zoso débuts in the eighth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Brad Dourif. He does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Zoso is the previous owner of the Dark One's Dagger and possessed the cursed corrupt powers of the Dark One. After an unknown time of being slave to follow the orders of whoever possessed his dagger, he disguised himself as a beggar and tricked Rumplestiltskin into stealing the dagger. Then, to free himself from the Dark One's powers, he goaded Rumplestiltskin into killing him, thus transferring the curse onto the person who used the blade. ("Desperate Souls")

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