Magic is a powerful thing. Isn't interesting how Rumple always seems to have a little bit of it. He creates magic out of magic! But what does that mean for Storybrooke. no that there's magic there, does Regina regain her powers? Does Ruby start turning into a wolf again? So may questions... But lucky us, we have another whole season to figure out what the hell is going on!
So...the magic. Heres what I think. The magic that Mr. Gold brought to Storybrooke was created from a bottled form of true love. We know that true love is the most powerful thing on Earth. Emma broke the spell with her love for Henry. True love is the magic that breaks curses. But remember: all magic comes with a price. What is the price that is paid for true love? Is there a price for true love? Is Mr. Gold about to pay it? This is such a confusing subject...true love.
The magic that's coming to Storybrooke is, i believe, a way to set things back to the way they were. I don't think that Mr. Gold is a bad person. I just think that he's in it for himself. He likes power, he likes having people dependent on his magic. I think that having the magic is the key to getting everyone back to the Fairytale Kingdom. However, I don't think it was the best way to do it, based on Henry saying that is was something bad. I think Regina is going to get her magic back, but i think it's going to be limited. Because Mr. Gold set it off, he's going to regain his full powers. I think Emma and Henry are going to find a way to challenge it and bring everyone back to the Fairytale kingdom. The magic is the boost to putting things back to the way they were.
What do you think? Tell me! I wanna know!