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  • Natalie Abrams tweeted, about a possible new savior. Does this mean that Emma used the Shears of Destiny.... or worse, died? Or is OUaT just referring to a new hero?


    Update:

    If Emma Swan is no longer the Savior, then who is the current one?

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    • ChocolatEyes613 wrote:
      Natalie Abrams tweeted, about a possible new savior. Does this mean that Emma used the Shears of Destiny.... or worse, died? Or is OUaT just referring to a new hero?


      I just have another potential answer. Now that she won the Final Battle, maybe Emma is not the Savior anymore as she won the Evil she was supposed to? Who knows? Would she still need to be the Savior if the bad guy she was supposed to fight has lost?

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    • Lady Junky wrote:

      Now that she won the Final Battle, maybe Emma is not the Savior anymore as she won the Evil she was supposed to? Who knows? Would she still need to be the Savior if the bad guy she was supposed to fight has lost?

      That is a possibility.... Emma's magic did seem to disappear when Gideon stabbed her.

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    • Maybe there's just another Savior? In 6x19, everyone thought Rumple was the Savior even though Emma was still alive and clearly hadn't lost her magic, granted he wasn't, but the idea of there being two Saviors at the same time was there.

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    • Calibaz wrote:
      Maybe there's just another Savior? In 6x19, everyone thought Rumple was the Savior even though Emma was still alive and clearly hadn't lost her magic, granted he wasn't, but the idea of there being two Saviors at the same time was there.

      All Rumplestitkin and Aladdin proved, was that the Savior does not need to die. They can loose their Light Magic, and then the job goes to someone else. 

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    • Calibaz wrote:
      Maybe there's just another Savior? In 6x19, everyone thought Rumple was the Savior even though Emma was still alive and clearly hadn't lost her magic, granted he wasn't, but the idea of there being two Saviors at the same time was there.

      Nope, Rumple was the Savior but Fiona cut his fate so no, he was not the Savior. They just let him "killing" Fiona because it was his original fate; but Rumple was not the Savior at this time.

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    • Can we agree that there are three possibilities, as to why Emma Swan would no longer be the Savior?

      - She died, as was foretold

      - She severed her fate

      - She lost her magic, when Gideon stabbed her

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    • ChocolatEyes613 wrote:
      Can we agree that there are three possibilities, as to why Emma Swan would no longer be the Savior?

      - She died, as was foretold

      - She severed her fate

      - She lost her magic, when Gideon stabbed her


      Another possibility: Emma is the Savior of Book 1, and Henry is the Savior of Book 2.

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    • Hmm, so any thoughts on who this new Savior could be? My guesses are either Cinderella II or Lucy. Personally, I'd rather it be Lucy.

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    • Calibaz wrote:
      Hmm, so any thoughts on who this new Savior could be? My guesses are either Cinderella II or Lucy. Personally, I'd rather it be Lucy.


      Logically, it would be Henry as he is the new lead.

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    • Lady Junky wrote:

      Another possibility: Emma is the Savior of Book 1, and Henry is the Savior of Book 2.

      One could easily make the aurgument, that Henry has been the true hero all along. If it were not for him, Emma would have never come to Storybrooke and fulfilled her destiny. 

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    • Lady Junky wrote:
      Calibaz wrote:
      Hmm, so any thoughts on who this new Savior could be? My guesses are either Cinderella II or Lucy. Personally, I'd rather it be Lucy.

      Logically, it would be Henry as he is the new lead.

      I guess. I just think it's a bit much, having him be the Author and the Savior.

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    • Calibaz wrote:

      I just think it's a bit much, having him be the Author and the Savior.

      Which is why I do not think, Henry is the new Savior.... in the sense, of how the term has been used before. He is the true hero of the story, because he encouraged the Savior. 

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    • ChocolatEyes613 wrote:
      Calibaz wrote:

      I just think it's a bit much, having him be the Author and the Savior.

      Which is why I do not think, Henry is the new Savior.... in the sense, of how the term has been used before. He is the true hero of the story, because he encouraged the Savior. 

      So... What you're saying is that he's not actually a new Savior Savior, but a "savior" in the term that he's the new hero?

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    • Calibaz wrote:

      So... What you're saying is that he's not the Savior Savior, but "savior" in the term that he's a new hero?

      Yes.... that is exactly what I am saying.

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    • ChocolatEyes613 wrote:
      Calibaz wrote:

      So... What you're saying is that he's not the Savior Savior, but "savior" in the term that he's a new hero?

      Yes.... that is exactly what I am saying.

      I can live with that. Besides the promo also says that "a new curse awakens". Last time I checked, curses are cast, not woke up.

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    • Mah, I'm not going to listen to a promo that's probably misleading.

      I think I said elsewhere that Emma's "death" might have just been the death of her light magic. Fiona was pretty sure that either Emma would darken her light or Gideon would snuff it out, so she's likely just a normal person.

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    • Eskaver wrote:
      Mah, I'm not going to listen to a promo that's probably misleading.

      I think I said elsewhere that Emma's "death" might have just been the death of her light magic. Fiona was pretty sure that either Emma would darken her light or Gideon would snuff it out, so she's likely just a normal person.

      Could be. Maybe the conclusion to Emma's life is that she doesn't have to be the Savior anymore and can live a (relatively) normal life in Storybrooke.

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    • ChocolatEyes613 wrote: Natalie Abrams tweeted, about a possible new savior. Does this mean that Emma used the Shears of Destiny.... or worse, died? Or is OUaT just referring to a new hero?
      Update:
      If Emma Swan is no longer the Savior, then who is the current one?

      Or she just fullfied her destiny so we need another savior?

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    • I'm guessing we will get a new savior, and it will be a new character. Maybe Cinderella. I mean, if Aladdin can be a Savior, they anyone can be, right?

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    • CoolDudeAl wrote:
      I'm guessing we will get a new savior, and it will be a new character. 

      If OUaT is in fact doing adapting Disney's Tangled, then Rapunzel is the mostly likely candidate for the new Savior. Assuming, that Emma lost her powers.

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    • ChocolatEyes613 wrote:

      CoolDudeAl wrote:
      I'm guessing we will get a new savior, and it will be a new character. 

      If OUaT is in fact doing adapting Disney's Tangled, then Rapunzel is the mostly likely candidate for the new Savior. Assuming, that Emma lost her powers.

      I would think if they are going to stick with the Villain long term then Jacinda would be the Savior or Henry, not those on the precipice.

      If Tangled Rapunzel, then she has enough going for her.

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    • Eskaver wrote:

      I would think if they are going to stick with the Villain long term then Jacinda would be the Savior or Henry, not those on the precipice.

      Pretty sure, the writers said, they had a seven year plan. If they keep to that, this is may end up being the final season. 

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    • Eskaver wrote:

      ChocolatEyes613 wrote:


      CoolDudeAl wrote:
      I'm guessing we will get a new savior, and it will be a new character. 
      If OUaT is in fact doing adapting Disney's Tangled, then Rapunzel is the mostly likely candidate for the new Savior. Assuming, that Emma lost her powers.
      I would think if they are going to stick with the Villain long term then Jacinda would be the Savior or Henry, not those on the precipice.

      If Tangled Rapunzel, then she has enough going for her.

      It could happen. Maybe she'll manage to stick around for the whole season than get ceremoniasly offed half-season like the villains we've had so far.

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    • I believe Henry is the new Savior, Lucy was clear that HE was needed to save his family. Also I think since this is a new book Emma is still the Savior of her book, Henry is the Savior of this new one

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    • HRHPrincessSierra wrote:
      I believe Henry is the new Savior, Lucy was clear that HE was needed to save his family. Also I think since this is a new book Emma is still the Savior of her book, Henry is the Savior of this new one

      Likely, but I hope it's not "The Savior" because he has too much going for him, aka truest believer, author, etc and that alreayd gives him a little too much power already.

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    • But he is the protagonist, it doesn't make sense to give the title to a random character. And he is only the author of the first book.

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    • Eskaver wrote:

      HRHPrincessSierra wrote:
      I believe Henry is the new Savior, Lucy was clear that HE was needed to save his family. Also I think since this is a new book Emma is still the Savior of her book, Henry is the Savior of this new one

      Likely, but I hope it's not "The Savior" because he has too much going for him, aka truest believer, author, etc and that alreayd gives him a little too much power already.

      I agree Henry does have a lot of titles, some not mentioned. It just seems they potentially feel he needs another

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    • Chameleon-Guy wrote:
      And he is only the author of the first book.

      Henry is also the Author of the second book.

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    • Lady Junky wrote:
      ChocolatEyes613 wrote:
      Can we agree that there are three possibilities, as to why Emma Swan would no longer be the Savior?

      - She died, as was foretold

      - She severed her fate

      - She lost her magic, when Gideon stabbed her


      Another possibility: Emma is the Savior of Book 1, and Henry is the Savior of Book 2.

      I really hope this is not the case. In my honest opinion an Author should not be able to be a savior, and vice versa. If Henry is an Author AND a Savior then he would be so overpowered the universe would implode. He would be able to completely erase any opponent with a mere thought. No. Henry has to be either an Author or a Savoir. He, (nobody for that matter), should be allowed to be both.

      I feel the same way with the whole "Dark Swan" mess in season 5. A single person should not be able to be the Savior AND the Dark One. They really screwed that up in season 5. Either Emma's Savior status should have protected her from being possessed by the Dark One, or she should have been stripped of her Savior status the moment she became the Dark One, and a new Savior should have been chosen. They totally screwed the pooch on that whole Dark Swan idea back in season 5. (Not to mention that Jennifer Morrison just does not have the acting chops to play a villian. Her entire Dark Swan performance was just painful to watch.) Let's not have a repeat of anything like that again, thank you very much.

      I also feel like making Henry (or even his daughter) be the new Savior is the predictable (and lazy) thing to do. I'd actually be much more intrigued if the new Savior turns out to be someone other than Henry or his daughter.

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    • ArcaneDust17 wrote:

      I feel the same way with the whole "Dark Swan" mess in season 5. A single person should not be able to be the Savior AND the Dark One. They really screwed that up in season 5. Either Emma's Savior status should have protected her from being possessed by the Dark One, or she should have been stripped of her Savior status the moment she became the Dark One, and a new Savior should have been chosen. They totally screwed the pooch on that whole Dark Swan idea back in season 5. (Not to mention that Jennifer Morrison just does not have the acting chops to play a villian. Her entire Dark Swan performance was just painful to watch.) Let's not have a repeat of anything like that again, thank you very much.

      Oh really? I am not a fan of 5A either, but the one thing that kept me from not being so bored was Jennifer's performance. It was also the reason when I realized how talented actor she is. 

      I agree that a person should not get all those power. But by the time of S5, there was only one Savior, and she was THE Savior, not A Savior. Yes, Emma was the Savior, but not because she was born to break the Curse (contrary to what Fiona said), because she was borned to be the Savior. Actually to me, they screwed up everything in S6 by making Aladdin a savior and that other people can become a savior due to unknown reasons.

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    • CadoDoan wrote:
      ArcaneDust17 wrote:

      I feel the same way with the whole "Dark Swan" mess in season 5. A single person should not be able to be the Savior AND the Dark One. They really screwed that up in season 5. Either Emma's Savior status should have protected her from being possessed by the Dark One, or she should have been stripped of her Savior status the moment she became the Dark One, and a new Savior should have been chosen. They totally screwed the pooch on that whole Dark Swan idea back in season 5. (Not to mention that Jennifer Morrison just does not have the acting chops to play a villian. Her entire Dark Swan performance was just painful to watch.) Let's not have a repeat of anything like that again, thank you very much.

      Oh really? I am not a fan of 5A either, but the one thing that kept me from not being so bored was Jennifer's performance. It was also the reason when I realized how talented actor she is. 

      I agree that a person should not get all those power. But by the time of S5, there was only one Savior, and she was THE Savior, not A Savior. Yes, Emma was the Savior, but not because she was born to break the Curse (contrary to what Fiona said), because she was borned to be the Savior. Actually to me, they screwed up everything in S6 by making Aladdin a savior and that other people can become a savior due to unknown reasons.


      Not saying it is possible, but I think both of you forget one recent detail.

      That interview where they mentioned "different authors and different books". It tends to prove that Henry is the Author of Book 1, and so someone else is the Author of Book 2. Meaning that Henry's Author powers would be completely useless in Book 2, and so he would not be owerpowered. Clearly from what we got, Henry is not the Author of Book 2 and so, has zero power on this book. So, if he happens to be the Savior of Book 2, it would not be added to his Author's status.

      Basically, in Book 1, Henry would have his Author powers. And in Book 2, he would be the Savior. No additional powers there.

      Again, not saying it is possible, but we can't deny the possibility too.

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    • CadoDoan wrote:
      ArcaneDust17 wrote:

      I feel the same way with the whole "Dark Swan" mess in season 5. A single person should not be able to be the Savior AND the Dark One. They really screwed that up in season 5. Either Emma's Savior status should have protected her from being possessed by the Dark One, or she should have been stripped of her Savior status the moment she became the Dark One, and a new Savior should have been chosen. They totally screwed the pooch on that whole Dark Swan idea back in season 5. (Not to mention that Jennifer Morrison just does not have the acting chops to play a villian. Her entire Dark Swan performance was just painful to watch.) Let's not have a repeat of anything like that again, thank you very much.

      Oh really? I am not a fan of 5A either, but the one thing that kept me from not being so bored was Jennifer's performance. It was also the reason when I realized how talented actor she is. 

      I agree that a person should not get all those power. But by the time of S5, there was only one Savior, and she was THE Savior, not A Savior. Yes, Emma was the Savior, but not because she was born to break the Curse (contrary to what Fiona said), because she was borned to be the Savior. Actually to me, they screwed up everything in S6 by making Aladdin a savior and that other people can become a savior due to unknown reasons.

      Not a huge fan of 5A either, but I did enjoy Jen's performnace as Dark Swan. I was willing to accept that there were multiple Saviors, but then they went and made her belief the linchpin for all the realms of stories in the S6 finale. Like, why are there other Saviors if it's supposed to be Emma's belief that's appearantly stopping the complete destruction of the multiverse?

      I think the most likely candidates for the Book 2 Savior would be Lucy, Henry, or Jacinda. Since Henry and Jacinda are cursed and without memories, I'm betting on Lucy, unless Henry somehow manages to regain his memoreis by the end of 7x01 (unlikely).

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    • Lady Junky wrote:
      CadoDoan wrote:
      ArcaneDust17 wrote:

      I feel the same way with the whole "Dark Swan" mess in season 5. A single person should not be able to be the Savior AND the Dark One. They really screwed that up in season 5. Either Emma's Savior status should have protected her from being possessed by the Dark One, or she should have been stripped of her Savior status the moment she became the Dark One, and a new Savior should have been chosen. They totally screwed the pooch on that whole Dark Swan idea back in season 5. (Not to mention that Jennifer Morrison just does not have the acting chops to play a villian. Her entire Dark Swan performance was just painful to watch.) Let's not have a repeat of anything like that again, thank you very much.

      Oh really? I am not a fan of 5A either, but the one thing that kept me from not being so bored was Jennifer's performance. It was also the reason when I realized how talented actor she is. 

      I agree that a person should not get all those power. But by the time of S5, there was only one Savior, and she was THE Savior, not A Savior. Yes, Emma was the Savior, but not because she was born to break the Curse (contrary to what Fiona said), because she was borned to be the Savior. Actually to me, they screwed up everything in S6 by making Aladdin a savior and that other people can become a savior due to unknown reasons.


      Not saying it is possible, but I think both of you forget one recent detail.

      That interview where they mentioned "different authors and different books". It tends to prove that Henry is the Author of Book 1, and so someone else is the Author of Book 2. Meaning that Henry's Author powers would be completely useless in Book 2, and so he would not be owerpowered. Clearly from what we got, Henry is not the Author of Book 2 and so, has zero power on this book. So, if he happens to be the Savior of Book 2, it would not be added to his Author's status.

      Basically, in Book 1, Henry would have his Author powers. And in Book 2, he would be the Savior. No additional powers there.

      Again, not saying it is possible, but we can't deny the possibility too.

      I hope you're right. It would seriously be a dumb move to make Henry the Truest Believer, the Author and the Savior at the same time, even though the first two happened xD

      So, you're saying an Author can only be an author of one book. This could happen. But I don't think the book example will work for the Savior situation. Because if I'm not missing something, being a Savior has nothing to do with the books.

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    • CadoDoan wrote:
      Lady Junky wrote:
      CadoDoan wrote:
      ArcaneDust17 wrote:

      I feel the same way with the whole "Dark Swan" mess in season 5. A single person should not be able to be the Savior AND the Dark One. They really screwed that up in season 5. Either Emma's Savior status should have protected her from being possessed by the Dark One, or she should have been stripped of her Savior status the moment she became the Dark One, and a new Savior should have been chosen. They totally screwed the pooch on that whole Dark Swan idea back in season 5. (Not to mention that Jennifer Morrison just does not have the acting chops to play a villian. Her entire Dark Swan performance was just painful to watch.) Let's not have a repeat of anything like that again, thank you very much.

      Oh really? I am not a fan of 5A either, but the one thing that kept me from not being so bored was Jennifer's performance. It was also the reason when I realized how talented actor she is. 

      I agree that a person should not get all those power. But by the time of S5, there was only one Savior, and she was THE Savior, not A Savior. Yes, Emma was the Savior, but not because she was born to break the Curse (contrary to what Fiona said), because she was borned to be the Savior. Actually to me, they screwed up everything in S6 by making Aladdin a savior and that other people can become a savior due to unknown reasons.


      Not saying it is possible, but I think both of you forget one recent detail.

      That interview where they mentioned "different authors and different books". It tends to prove that Henry is the Author of Book 1, and so someone else is the Author of Book 2. Meaning that Henry's Author powers would be completely useless in Book 2, and so he would not be owerpowered. Clearly from what we got, Henry is not the Author of Book 2 and so, has zero power on this book. So, if he happens to be the Savior of Book 2, it would not be added to his Author's status.

      Basically, in Book 1, Henry would have his Author powers. And in Book 2, he would be the Savior. No additional powers there.

      Again, not saying it is possible, but we can't deny the possibility too.

      I hope you're right. It would seriously be a dumb move to make Henry the Truest Believer, the Author and the Savior at the same time, even though the first two happened xD

      So, you're saying an Author can only be an author of one book. This could happen. But I don't think the book example will work for the Savior situation. Because if I'm not missing something, being a Savior has nothing to do with the books.


      Well, "I'm saying". That's what A&E said in that interview ^^ And the Savior's situation is different. Not related to the book, but still. From what we got from S6, a Savior has a very specific threat/ennemy related to him/her. Like for Emma, it was the Black Fairy and the Final Battle. So, not a question of a book, but if Henry is the Savior, he would be the Savior against another threat/ennemy, which would be only from Book 2.

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      1. ResurrectingTheThread:

      Is there a Savior in Season 7? Is it Henry? Cinderella? Lucy? Regina? 

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    • Lady Rapunzel wrote:
      #ResurrectingTheThread:

      Is there a Savior in Season 7? Is it Henry? Cinderella? Lucy? Regina? 

      No.

      Savior = Prophecy to defeat great evil, has "Savior" magic, also born a Savior. Closest we have is Anastasia, but she's the Guardian.

      So, checklist:

      Have powerful light magic?

      Born to stop a great evil?

      Called the Savior?

      If all the answers are yes, then...yes, you are a Savior.

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    • Eskaver wrote:
      Lady Rapunzel wrote:
      #ResurrectingTheThread:

      Is there a Savior in Season 7? Is it Henry? Cinderella? Lucy? Regina? 

      No.

      Savior = Prophecy to defeat great evil, has "Savior" magic, also born a Savior. Closest we have is Anastasia, but she's the Guardian.

      So, checklist:

      Have powerful light magic?

      Born to stop a great evil?

      Called the Savior?

      If all the answers are yes, then...yes, you are a Savior.

      We don't know yet if Anastasia is really the Guardian. What she is indeed the Savior, born to defeat Gothel?

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    • Lady Rapunzel wrote:
      Eskaver wrote:
      Lady Rapunzel wrote:
      #ResurrectingTheThread:

      Is there a Savior in Season 7? Is it Henry? Cinderella? Lucy? Regina? 

      No.

      Savior = Prophecy to defeat great evil, has "Savior" magic, also born a Savior. Closest we have is Anastasia, but she's the Guardian.

      So, checklist:

      Have powerful light magic?

      Born to stop a great evil?

      Called the Savior?

      If all the answers are yes, then...yes, you are a Savior.

      We don't know yet if Anastasia is really the Guardian. What she is indeed the Savior, born to defeat Gothel?

      Then that sucks, because I'm not invested in Anastasia as a character, she is a minor character.

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    • Chameleon-Guy wrote:
      Lady Rapunzel wrote:
      Eskaver wrote:
      Lady Rapunzel wrote:
      #ResurrectingTheThread:

      Is there a Savior in Season 7? Is it Henry? Cinderella? Lucy? Regina? 

      No.

      Savior = Prophecy to defeat great evil, has "Savior" magic, also born a Savior. Closest we have is Anastasia, but she's the Guardian.

      So, checklist:

      Have powerful light magic?

      Born to stop a great evil?

      Called the Savior?

      If all the answers are yes, then...yes, you are a Savior.

      We don't know yet if Anastasia is really the Guardian. What she is indeed the Savior, born to defeat Gothel?
      Then that sucks, because I'm not invested in Anastasia as a character, she is a minor character.

      Not really. She filmed for 7B episodes, so i think we'll see more of her.

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    • Lady Rapunzel wrote:

      Chameleon-Guy wrote:
      Lady Rapunzel wrote:
      Eskaver wrote:
      Lady Rapunzel wrote:
      #ResurrectingTheThread:

      Is there a Savior in Season 7? Is it Henry? Cinderella? Lucy? Regina? 

      No.

      Savior = Prophecy to defeat great evil, has "Savior" magic, also born a Savior. Closest we have is Anastasia, but she's the Guardian.

      So, checklist:

      Have powerful light magic?

      Born to stop a great evil?

      Called the Savior?

      If all the answers are yes, then...yes, you are a Savior.

      We don't know yet if Anastasia is really the Guardian. What she is indeed the Savior, born to defeat Gothel?
      Then that sucks, because I'm not invested in Anastasia as a character, she is a minor character.

      Not really. She filmed for 7B episodes, so i think we'll see more of her.

      The Guardian could be Book 2’s version of the Savior.

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    • It could be possible there can be more than one Savior at a time.

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    • Andrewh7 wrote:
      It could be possible there can be more than one Savior at a time.

      It's a all new Enchanted Forest where they were cursed in and making it into a new town equals one thing they gotta have a Savior and even though my first choice was Henry I gotta throw that off the table because of the poison inside his heart and the consequences to the curse being broken so I gotta say even though she casted it I hope it's Regina because I don't see Lucy filling Emma's shoes even if she gets outta that coma plus this could be Regina's season now that Emma's gone

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    • Calibaz wrote:
      ChocolatEyes613 wrote:
      Calibaz wrote:

      So... What you're saying is that he's not the Savior Savior, but "savior" in the term that he's a new hero?

      Yes.... that is exactly what I am saying.
      I can live with that. Besides the promo also says that "a new curse awakens". Last time I checked, curses are cast, not woke up.

      well Rigena was the savor during snows curse so being a "savior" could just be breaking a curse.

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    • Eskaver wrote:
      Lady Rapunzel wrote:
      #ResurrectingTheThread:

      Is there a Savior in Season 7? Is it Henry? Cinderella? Lucy? Regina? 

      No.

      Savior = Prophecy to defeat great evil, has "Savior" magic, also born a Savior. Closest we have is Anastasia, but she's the Guardian.

      So, checklist:

      Have powerful light magic?

      Born to stop a great evil?

      Called the Savior?

      If all the answers are yes, then...yes, you are a Savior.

      well Lucy could be the savior because Emma didnt know that she was the savior. and the magic thing is the same as emmas probebly because emma didnt know about her magic till after the curse.

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    • Troutlr wrote:

      Eskaver wrote:
      Lady Rapunzel wrote:
      #ResurrectingTheThread:

      Is there a Savior in Season 7? Is it Henry? Cinderella? Lucy? Regina? 

      No.

      Savior = Prophecy to defeat great evil, has "Savior" magic, also born a Savior. Closest we have is Anastasia, but she's the Guardian.

      So, checklist:

      Have powerful light magic?

      Born to stop a great evil?

      Called the Savior?

      If all the answers are yes, then...yes, you are a Savior.

      well Lucy could be the savior because Emma didnt know that she was the savior. and the magic thing is the same as emmas probebly because emma didnt know about her magic till after the curse.

      Don't forget Zelena's Robin could be a the new savior with she has light magic as well.

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