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Unsure whether their child will be good or evil, Snow White and Prince Charming touch the horn of a unicorn to glimpse their baby's future. While her husband sees his infant daughter in a basket, Snow White sees her teenage daughter in a pink gown. When Snow states herself to be her mother, the girl rips out her heart before crushing it. Desperate to get the potential for darkness out of their daughter, Snow White and Prince Charming visit the Apprentice who tells them he can infuse another vessel with their daughter's potential for darkness. Snow convinces Charming that they'll use Maleficent's egg since she believes a child of a dragoness will be evil by nature. As the Apprentice enacts the spell on the egg, he reveals infusing darkness in it puts this land at risk, so it must go to another world. Realizing they have made a grave mistake, the horrified couple watches a portal open while the egg hatches into a baby. After the portal absorbs the egg, the Apprentice cautions Snow White and Prince Charming to keep their child on the right path in life, while their unborn child is thought to be pure as white. While Emma is still growing in her mother Snow White's womb, Snow makes a desperate wish on a blue star to have a way to give her daughter a happy ending. The Blue Fairy hears this wish and grants it by causing everyone to sing. The magic in all the songs are later imbued into Emma's heart by the Blue Fairy, who explains that she'll need the songs one day as she will fight a great battle on her own. On the day the Evil Queen's Dark Curse is cast, Snow goes into labor early and gives birth to Emma. While the plan had been to put a pregnant Snow into the magic wardrobe to ensure Emma, the prophesied Savior of the Queen's curse, would have her mother to guide her as she grew up in the Land Without Magic, Emma's parents are forced to send their daughter into the wardrobe. Emma's father Prince Charming fights his way past the Queen's knights to put her into the wardrobe, which will bring her to the Land Without Magic where she will hopefully grow up and break the curse in twenty-eight years. Prior to Emma going into the wardrobe, Pinocchio went through it at Geppetto's behest, ending up in the woods outside of Storybrooke, a town created from the curse. Once Emma arrives in the Land Without Magic, Pinocchio picks up Emma, and the two children are later placed in a foster home together. Despite that Pinocchio promised Geppetto that he'd look after Emma until she is ready to be the Savior, he abandons her for freedom, leaving her to grow up in the system alone.

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Growing up in the foster care system, Emma moves from family to family. At one point, she is adopted and lives with a family, but is returned to the foster system at age three when that family has a biological child of their own. In 1989, Emma and some children from her group home visit a movie theater in Minnesota to watch the Disney film, The Sword in the Stone. In the theater, Emma steals an Apollo candy bar from another person, and as she takes a seat, an usher tells her to not do "it". She begins apologizing for stealing, but he points out that he is actually referring to something else and then cautions her against doing things for the right reasons because bad things will happen. He tells her she will have the chance to pull the sword out of the stone one day, but that she must never do it. After giving her the message, he disappears. In 1990, sometime after running away from her group home, Emma begins living on the streets. One night, she rips out pages from a fairytale book and burns them in a trash can in an effort to keep warm. As she moves to tear out a page from The Ugly Ducking story, a boy, actually the older Pinocchio, stops her from destroying it. He offers her insight about all fairytales being about transformation, such as the duckling turning into a swan, but Emma believes the duckling was always a swan without knowing it. The boy explains his view of the duckling having turned into a swan with the power of belief, and that if someone believes in something hard enough, they can change their fate. He uses this to persuade Emma that being on the streets is not the fate she wants that despite running away from her previous home, it doesn't mean she won't find a good one someday. Encouraged by these words, Emma goes to the police for help, and when asked for her last name, she adopts the surname "Swan" to pay homage to the advice she got about the ugly duckling and the power to change by believing in herself. In her room, a year later, Emma records a brief audio tape of herself humming a song, with dreams of singing on stage at a school. Another girl in the group home sees a paper advertising the competition and mocks her for even thinking anyone would want to hear her sing as she's just like the rest of the orphans who will be alone forever. After the girl leaves, Emma crumbles up the ad and throws it into the trash. Henry begs Emma not to depart from Storybrooke since she still needs to save everyone from the curse. However, she'd rather bring him out of town so he can be away from Regina for good. When she doesn't listen to Henry, he purposely swerves the car as the vehicle crashes into a ditch. Pushed by his insistent pleads that Emma's family needs her, she decides to drop the plan for now. Emma returns to the apartment to face a disappointed roommate. Mary Margaret is very upset, despite that Emma once considered them as family, she left without a word. She admits to not wanting the role of sheriff and people relying on her. Emma confesses she attempted to take Henry with her as well. Mary Margaret calls attention to the fact kidnapping Henry has never been what's best for a child, and Emma just wants to run away by reverting into the previous person she used to be. She takes Mary Margaret's advice by figuring out what is best for Henry, and goes to confer with Archie about gaining custody. He doesn't see the chances as very likely since Henry has been continuously misbehaving since her arrival in town. Out of choices, she informs Regina that she is leaving Storybrooke, but wants visitation with Henry. Regina agrees and gives her a poisoned apple turnover as a parting travel treat. As Emma is packing up her belongs in the apartment, Henry enters. She lets him know her reasons for leaving town, that other people shouldn't be hurt in the tug-of-war with Regina, and the two have a farewell hug. However, he is uneasy at the sight of Regina's apple turnover on the counter. Henry snatches the turnover and states that she may not believe in the curse or in him, but he believes in her. Then, he bites into the turnover and collapses. Horrified at the turn of events, Emma takes a comatose Henry to the hospital and refuses to leave his side. While checking his bag, she grabs his book and receives a flash of memories of her brief time in the Enchanted Forest. She attacks Regina, realizing that it is her fault Henry is sick. Regina admits that everything in the book that Henry believed is true, and together they set off to Mr. Gold's. Informing them that only true love can cure Henry, he gives Emma her father's sword, and Regina guides her to Maleficent's underground prison. Abandoning the sword early on, Emma uses her gun on the dragon; to no avail. Eventually, she slays Maleficent with the sword, and retrieves the true love potion. As she is travelling up the elevator, it stops suddenly and Emma calls for help. Mr. Gold answers, claiming Regina has "run off". She tosses him the egg, which he leaves with. She climbs up to see Regina tied up and frees her. They prepare to go after Mr. Gold, but receive an urgent call from the hospital and learn upon arrival that Henry has passed away. As Regina collapses with grief into the arms of Dr. Whale, Emma approaches Henry's bedside in tears. She professes her love for Henry and kisses his forehead, but, her display of a mother's love for her child inadvertently gives Henry true love's kiss, awakening him from the poisoned apple's Sleeping Curse as well as breaking the Dark Curse. As everyone in the room watches in awe, now remembering their past lives, Regina, in a state of panic, professes her love for Henry and runs out of the hospital to hide. Emma asks Henry why everyone wasn't returned to the Enchanted Forest when the curse broke, but see a purple cloud engulfing the town.

Shortly after the purple smoke clears, Emma reunites with Mary Margaret and David after the curse has been broken. She pulls back after the tender moment and states to her allies, including Granny, Ruby, Mother Superior and the seven dwarves, have to find Mr. Gold and ask him what he did to Storybrooke by releasing the purple smoke. As they walk towards the pawn shop, her parents attempt to get Emma to open up to them. Emma is still reeling from finding out who they are and asks for time to adjust. Suddenly, Archie rushes up to inform them that Dr. Whale is leading an angry mob to Regina's house. Prompted by Henry's concern for Regina, they make it in time to stop Dr. Whale. With her parents, they decide to place Regina in a jail cell for protection and then confront Mr. Gold for his misdeeds. Mr. Gold believes that he deserves thanks for bringing Emma to her parents, breaking the curse and saving Henry's life, which she is doubtful he has any credit in. Instead, they learn that the purple cloud was magic and that Mr. Gold also released a Wraith upon the town to destroy Regina. They temporarily stop the creature, but Regina has a more permanent solution by using a hat to send it away. About the time when the Wraith causes destruction in Storybrooke, Emma drives her car to somewhere and almost bumps into a man. At town hall, Regina's attempt at opening a vortex fails until Emma grabs her hand and unintentionally activates the hat. Emma pushes Regina out of the way when the Wraith moves to grab her. As the Wraith falls into the vortex, Emma is drawn in, to which Mary Margaret follows through. The two women land in the Enchanted Forest and are found by Aurora and Mulan. Emma and Mary Margaret are accused of killing Prince Phillip and taken hostage by Aurora and Mulan, who then take them to a survivors' haven. Mary Margaret makes an attempt to escape, but is knocked unconscious. She and Emma are forced into a holding pit. Out of the darkness, Cora greets Emma. Emma learns Cora is Regina's mother, and is discouraged by Mary Margaret from speaking to her any further. She is more inclined to take chances with Cora since they have no one else to rely on, and reminds Mary Margaret that they need to get back to David and Henry. Cora tries to ask about Henry, but Mary Margaret cuts her off. The two are released to speak with the leader of the survivors, Lancelot, who Mary Margaret is acquainted with. He offers to help them return home, but insists no more portals exist. Mary Margaret knows of one possibly in existence, so the two women travel to the location with Mulan. Near nighttime, they decide to camp out. While Mary Margaret and Mulan go fetch supplies, Emma waits. However, she rushes to the scene of a scuffle as Aurora, who deliberately followed them, attempts to harm Mary Margaret and they are pulled apart by Mulan. Annoyed, Emma fires her gun into the air, attracting an ogre. She nearly killed by it, though Mary Margaret takes care of the ogre by shooting an arrow in its eye. Continuing on, they reach the old castle of Snow White and Prince Charming. Aurora and Mulan wait outside as Emma and Mary Margaret go inside. Emma gets a first glimpse of her would-be nursery had she never left the Enchanted Forest as well as the magic wardrobe that took her to the land without magic. They receive an unexpected appearance by Lancelot, who is revealed to be Cora in disguise. Cora battles them for the wardrobe, but Emma sets it on fire. In the end, Cora is forced to flee. Before they leave, Emma finally expresses anger over being abandoned by her parents, but realizes how much they gave up for her sake. Tearfully, Emma admits she is not used to having someone putting her first while Mary Margaret tells her to get used to it. They embrace and depart shortly after. Following the return to Storybrooke, Mr. Gold seals the box in his pawnshop to keep Pan at bay. During an evening festivity at the diner, Emma hands Henry his storybook, and is puzzled by his strangely dull reaction to it. Later, she is asked out by Neal for lunch tomorrow. She is hesitant to accept, even when Mary Margaret says Emma owes it to herself to meet with him. However, Emma's thoughts are still focused on only Henry, especially after the ordeal he went through in Neverland. When she decides to call it a night, Henry requests to sleep over at Regina's house. Though surprised, Emma allows it and uneasily watches them leave together, despite reassurance from Mary Margaret that Henry probably just wants to spend the night in his old room. The next morning, she can't shake the feeling something is off with Henry and thinks things over at the dock. David comes to talk to Emma about her reason for standing up Neal. When Emma voices her concerns about Henry, he reasons that Regina is the boy's mother, too. She is also constantly worried something bad will happen, though David suggests that seeing the good is what makes life worth living. She's still unsure whether having lunch with Neal is a good idea, but he helps Emma find out with a ride to Granny's. As they pull up at the diner, a scream alerts them to trouble. Emma sees Hook and Tinker Bell come out of the building together, which leads her to suspect the two are now involved, though both give different answers. All four witness Mother Superior being killed by the Shadow as everyone begins to suspect Pan is behind it, so Emma goes with David and Mary Margaret to procure the box from Mr. Gold. Next, Emma stands outside the town line as Pan is released from the box on the same side as her. Pan makes the ludicrous claim that he is Henry. As proof, Emma asks him to tell her the very first time he and she connected together. Henry correctly answers that it was at his castle playground when he understood why Emma gave him up at birth, which was to let him have the best chance in life. Relieved, she and Henry hug in reconciliation. They head to the vault where Regina took "Henry" for protection. Hook, Neal and Tinker Bell are already waiting there, though the door is locked. As Mr. Gold works to unlock it, Emma's parents open her up to moving on with life and not worrying so much, but she is finding it difficult to be a savior and have a day off from trouble. Inside the vault, Regina is found unconscious while one critical item is missing and now in Pan's hands—the Dark Curse. Mr. Gold shares with everyone of the only viable way to stop Pan's curse is for Regina, as the original caster of the Dark Curse, to undo it by destroying the scroll, though there will be a steep price for this. They plan to switch Henry back to his own body so he will be in possession of the scroll and bring it to Regina. Mr. Gold can perform the spell, but needs a strong outlet in order for it to work. Tinker Bell has knowledge of a powerful Black Fairy's wand that Mother Superior kept, so she, David, Hook and Neal go to retrieve it from the convent nuns. While waiting in the pawnshop, Mary Margaret relates to Emma how difficult it was to give her up when the curse hit, and her constant struggles about the different life they could've had if that path wasn't taken. Emma, too, thinks about the same with Henry, and mulls over what could have been, but realizes it wasn't meant to be. David, Hook and Neal arrive back with the wand, courtesy of a restored Mother Superior, and Mr. Gold uses it to transfer Henry's spirit back into his original body. Everyone except Mr. Gold heads out, and with Granny's tracking skills, they are reunited with Henry. Regina passes out after taking the scroll and awakens with knowledge of the price for stopping the curse. They are accosted by Pan as he steals back the scroll and freezes them in place. The showdown ends when Mr. Gold summons the dagger and stabs Pan as well as himself with it; killing both of them. Regina reveals the price for stopping the curse is all former Enchanted Forest inhabitants will be sent back to their old world while Storybrooke will disappear out of existence. Emma decides to stay with Henry, and will leave town while Regina crafts new memories for them. Before this, she says goodbye to all her loved ones. As Emma drives out of Storybrooke with Henry, their memories are altered by Regina. Directly after driving out of Storybrooke, Emma and Henry obtain false memories of their life together. As Emma recalls, a fire broke out in her apartment in Boston, which caused her and Henry to start their lives over in New York.

A year later, in New York, Emma becomes accustomed to taking Henry to a fountain outside the Midtown Library and giving him a penny to make a wish, as way to cheer him up when he is upset. During one of these times, Emma assumes he is unhappy about something at school, but Henry is actually upset because he notices his mother is lonely. At the fountain, he makes a wish asking for his family to be complete. A few days later, Henry and Emma are having breakfast in their New York apartment. She answers the door to see a strange man dressed in pirate clothes, and he claims to know her. When he attempts to kiss her, she knees him and ignores his profuse explanations by slamming the door closed. For eight months, Emma dates a man named Walsh. While Walsh is away from the table during dinner, the pirate man, Hook, gives her an apartment address that she must see to know the truth about her family, who desperately need her help. Hook asks her to find him in Central Park when she is ready to talk. Walsh reveals a ring on a dessert platter, which shocks Emma, as she feels marriage is too soon for them, so he promises to wait for her. At home, Henry urges Emma to accept, since Walsh has proven himself to be serious, and won't leave her like his biological father did. The day after, Emma heads to the address, recognizing a dream catcher as Neal's, meaning the apartment is also his, but more shockingly, she finds a camera strap with Henry's name. In a confrontation, Hook exemplifies the strap as proof Emma was once at the apartment a year ago and offers a potion to restore her memories. Instead, Emma has him arrested for assault and criminal harassment. Later, she admits to Henry that the past is keeping her from accepting Walsh, so he sets up a dinner date for them. Out of curiosity, Emma has the photos in the camera copied, and she is stunned that one of them shows herself and Henry in a town called Storybrooke. After bailing Hook out of jail, he pushes Emma into taking the potion, despite that she will have to give up her current life, because knowing the truth is important. She regains her memories from the potion and later learns that her family has been re-cursed by someone powerful. Emma heads to the rooftop with Walsh where she rejects his proposal; citing that she has to take care of past business. Walsh reveals knowledge about the memory potion and violently attacks Emma after turning into a flying monkey. Emma shoves him off the roof. In the morning, Emma gives Henry a cover story about Hook and the three head to Storybrooke. She reunites with David and a visibly pregnant Mary Margaret, who both cannot recall anything that happened during that past year. David and Mary Margaret recount to Emma the last memories they have of the day Pan's curse was stopped and how everyone was presumably sent back to the Enchanted Forest, but they only remember waking up in Storybrooke like it was another regular day. Hook confirms they did indeed go back to their homeland. Mysteriously, some town residents have been disappearing since everyone's return to Storybrooke, and when two more dwarves are reported missing, Emma decides to look into it. The next day, at the diner, she introduces Henry to Mary Margaret as the two women settle for the lie that they were cellmates while incarcerated in Phoenix. Regina, stunned to see Henry, is pulled aside by Emma to be questioned about the new curse, which the mayor denies involvement in. Soon, Emma investigates another missing resident, Little John, who was kidnapped by a winged beast, so she sends David, Hook, and the Merry Men to look for him. She teams up with Regina to lure the townspeople at a town hall meeting into believing the mayor is guilty of casting the new curse. The scheme goes off without a hitch, leaving the two to sleuth out the real criminal by concocting a memory potion to recall the lost year in the Enchanted Forest, but it fails. In another plan, they have Leroy, who helped them with the town hall ploy, spread the word that Regina is creating a memory potion so whoever drinks it can recall who cursed them. By making the news public, they hope to draw out the crook. In a stake-out, Emma and Regina rush up to the mayoral office when they see someone break in, but the person disappears quickly in green smoke. Afterwards, Emma allows Regina to meet Henry. David and Hook return, reporting that Little John turned into a flying monkey, as they conclude that the Wicked Witch of the West cast the new curse. Meeting at the inn, Emma, David, Mary Margaret and Regina strategize on how to break the new curse. With the last curse, she recalls believing in magic after touching the fairytale storybook, which triggered her memories of the Enchanted Forest. From this, Regina suggests the key to breaking the curse is for Henry to believe in magic as Emma did. They head to the apartment where the storybook appeared to Mary Margaret during the first curse. As they leave the inn, Henry, certain Emma is lying again, demands the truth. She shuts down the conversation, and he backs down, but not before asking for her set of keys. Searching the apartment, Mary Margaret's "magical" touch yields the book. In a moment with her mother, Emma reiterates how happy she and Henry were in New York, though Mary Margaret knows that was because their memories were gone. Henry is discovered missing from the inn, though Emma quickly tracks him, using GPS, on his phone to the dock. There, she shoots a flying monkey to protect her son as David and Regina also step in to take out incoming monsters. She hands the storybook to him; asking that he believe in magic. Upon touching the book, Henry receives his lost memories back. Zelena chokes the boy and blames Hook for failing to do what she asked. With Regina knocked unconscious, Emma magically scalds Zelena; forcing her to retreat. Henry awakens Regina, who gives him true love's kiss and breaks the new curse. Afterwards, Hook confesses Zelena cursed his lips and ordered him to remove Emma's magic by kissing her. He admits trying to take Henry out of town since Zelena threatened to harm him. Annoyed at his secrets, she tells him off; believing it should be her responsibility alone to protect Henry. She visits Neal's grave with Henry, in which Mary Margaret begins having labor pains.

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Emma follows her parents to the hospital delivery room where she and Regina cast a protection spell to shield them from Zelena. Still upset about Hook's lie, she goes to face Zelena alone, but with David's persuasion, allows the pirate to come with her. Along the way, Emma expresses regrets over bringing Henry to Storybrooke since he'll always be in danger, but Hook thinks she is scared of considering a happy future in town. During the face-off, Hook is nearly drowned by Mr. Gold on Zelena's order; forcing Emma to choose—save him and lose her magic or let him die. She gives him mouth-to-mouth resuscitation—a "kiss"—and has her magic drained away. With Emma's magic gone, the barrier around the hospital room disappears; allowing Zelena to steal the newborn baby for a time spell. Due to Henry's belief that Regina possesses light magic, she uses it to defeat Zelena once and for all. Rather than condemn the witch to death, Regina spares her sister's life and imprisons her in a jail cell. David returns his son into Mary Margaret's loving arms where Emma watches happily outside the door. Hook thanks Emma for saving his life, even though the cost was her own magic. Emma doesn't mind; stating that she won't need it after returning to New York. Then, she ushers Henry into the room to meet his new family member. Unseen to them, Mr. Gold kills Zelena; accidentally triggering magic in her pendant, which activates the time spell. The next morning, Henry shows Emma an apartment listing in town, but she avoids the topic. During a diner celebration welcoming David and Mary Margaret's son, Emma and Hook overhear Henry reading the fairytale story of how Prince Charming and Snow White met. When Hook hints that she desires to leave town, Emma finds her intentions questioned by Regina. Again, she eludes the issue by leaving the diner. Hook catches up and hands Emma the book to show her the family she will be leaving behind. Emma, however, only sees fairytale stories in the book and believes she doesn't belong. Admitting to running from past foster homes, Emma stubbornly insists she will continue to run until finding a true home. Noticing the time spell is activated, they investigate the portal and are sucked into the past Enchanted Forest. They are forced to hide when the Queen arrives to a nearby village where a prisoner, Marian, is hauled out. Emma pities her, but doesn't intervene on Hook's warning that the future may be altered by changing the past. After Emma finds new clothes, she and Hook witness Snow White trying to steal from Prince Charming. Though this is supposed to be the first meeting between the destined lovers, Emma accidentally breaks a branch; causing a startled Snow White to flee. Hoping to fix the mistake, the two head for Rumplestiltskin's castle. On sight, the Dark One chokes Hook until Emma reveals future circumstances that will lead him to Baelfire. Rumplestiltskin then aids them in tracking down Prince Charming and Snow White's locations. Choreographing a meeting between the future couple, Emma distracts past Hook while future Hook boards the Jolly Roger to convince Snow White to steal Prince Charming's ring from King Midas' castle. Brought aboard the ship by past Hook, Emma keeps him busy until future Hook knocks his past self unconscious. Borrowing magical disguises from Rumplestiltskin, they present themselves as Princess Leia and Prince Charles to blend in the castle. They help Snow White flee from the Queen's knights, but the ring is left behind, which Emma takes. Imprisoned for assisting Snow White, Emma meets Marian, who states they will be executed tomorrow. Using Neal's lock-pick method, she frees both of them and regroups with Hook, Prince Charming and Red Riding Hood only to witness Snow White's execution by the Queen. Shocked at her mother's death, Emma discovers Snow White escaped by turning herself into a bug, and she reverts to human with the Blue Fairy's help. Relieved, she embraces Snow White, who is puzzled by her concern. Fearing Marian will alter the future by simply existing, Hook and Emma decide to take her to the future. Prince Charming notices Snow White stole his ring and takes off after her. Soon, the past is set back on track as the ring is returned and the prince and the bandit part on better terms. Returning to Rumplestiltskin, Emma and Hook learn a special wand can replicate magic, but the portal has to be made by someone who already traveled through it. Intending to "protect the future" by taking a forgetting potion, the Dark One also entraps them in his vault. While there, Hook pulls out a urn, from a cabinet, which Emma chides him for touching as it might be dangerous. Emma, having an epiphany from watching her mother die, realizes Henry brought her to Storybrooke to find her family. With that, her magic is restored and a portal is opened. Before she follows Hook into it, Rumplestiltskin demands to know what happens when he reunites with Baelfire. She states his son forgives and loves him, but he dies to save everyone. Emma proclaims Baelfire died a hero, and that he shouldn't change the future at the risk of making things worse. Lastly, Emma urges him to take the potion, which he does as he shoves her away, allowing the blonde to be swept into the portal. In the present, Emma rushes into her parents' arms and confirms her decision to stay in town. She informs them about her and Hook's adventure to the past, and then asks for her brother's name. David and Mary Margaret announce they are naming him after a true hero—Neal. From Hook, Emma learns he traded his ship for a magic bean in order to find her in New York. Touched, she finally reciprocates his feelings and kisses him. As Emma re-introduces Marian to Regina, Robin Hood recognizes the newcomer as his deceased wife as does Roland, who acknowledges her as his mother. Emma, stunned at the turn of events, starts to apologize by saying she only wanted to rescue an innocent woman, but Regina angrily berates her, telling her she is just like her mother and didn't think of the consequences of her actions. After learning the truth about Cruella, Emma blames Mr. Gold for manipulating her into killing her. Before the blonde can track him down, Maleficent switches sides, no longer trusting Mr. Gold since he only wanted the Author for his own interests. Maleficent agrees to an alliance if Emma locates her daughter, Lilith. Recognizing the name, Emma checks a newspaper microfiche, eventually locating a Lilith Page, who was her childhood friend Lily. Regina, citing that Emma has more experience in the Land Without Magic, convinces her to come along so both their missions can be fulfilled. Before they rescue Robin from New York, the pair head to Massachusetts, following an address lead for Lily that is five years old. At the apartment complex, Emma almost punches the landlord after he insults Lily, who he believes is worthless and has since died from a car crash. On the road, Emma swerves the car after seeing a wolf in the road. With a feeling of deja vu, as the same thing happened to her the night she tried leaving Storybrooke for the first time, Emma wonders if fate is pointing her to something as she notices a sign for a diner. Grabbing coffee and aspirin at the diner, she mindlessly sits at a table until she sees a familiar looking star tattoo on the waitress's wrist, making her realize she is Lily. Later, Emma tries talking to Lily, who insists she has moved on in life with a husband and daughter. Suspecting she is lying, Emma procures her real address and enters the trailer home with Regina, where they discover Lily has a collage of information about the truth. Finding that Lily has taken her car, which has the Apprentice's scroll in it to get into Storybrooke, Emma steals Lily's neighbour's car and forces her to stop on the road. The two exchange blows before Emma aims a gun at Lily, almost pulling the trigger until Regina persuades her out of it. The trio then finds Robin in New York, but even after Zelena reveals her true self, he refuses to leave her since she is pregnant with his child. Returning to town, Emma and Regina not only bring Lily but Robin and Zelena as well. Continuing to be stand-offish with her parents, Emma then introduces Maleficent to Lily. Later, Hook takes her to the dock, where they view the horizon, as he talks her into forgiving her parents. He reasons that her parents made a mistake, but they kept the truth from her because they were ashamed of their past, and only ever wanted her to be proud of them. After Mary Margaret is injured by Lily, who morphed into dragon form, Emma uses magic to heal her. Going by Hook's advice, Emma finally forgives her mother, recognizing that she needs to stop punishing her and she understands what happened in the past with Lily cannot be undone, but it doesn't change the good person Mary Margaret has become. In a race to stop Isaac from changing their stories, Emma and the rest of the gang search the Sorcerer's library for clues, but all the storybooks are blank. With help from August and Hook, they discover the Apprentice is in the hat. After he is released by Mother Superior, the Apprentice rallies them to look for the door illustration needed for trapping Isaac. While Henry and the others search for the photo, Emma, Regina and the Apprentice try to confront Isaac at the pawnshop. Before they reach him, Isaac rewrites new lives for everyone in his book, Heroes and Villains.

In the alternate reality, Emma retains her memories, but she becomes imprisoned in a tower near the Bottomless Sea by Queen Snow White, as the Black Knight Lily guards her cell. Later rescued by Henry and Hook, Emma sails away with them on the Jolly Roger, before defeating dragon Lily with a well-aimed cannon shot. After docking the ship, they run into Snow White and Prince Charming, but Hook sacrifices his life and dies at Charming's hands so Emma and Henry can escape. They regroup with Regina, who they believe can undo Isaac's stories by giving true love's kiss to Robin Hood. Having just watched Hook die, Emma relates her missed chance to tell him that she loved him as all the more reason why Regina should go to Robin. They head for Robin Hood's wedding, but Rumplestiltskin stands in their way, so Emma duels him while Regina rushes for the church. Emma spars with Rumplestiltskin and continually blocks his sword with her own blade, however, Rumplestiltskin puts a swift end to the match by magically knocking her into a pile of sacks. After Emma passes out, Henry takes up a sword to stop the older man from doing any more harm to her, only to have the latter try and kill him for his interference. Regina takes the blow for Henry, and as she is dying, Emma awakens and rushes over just as the church bells chime, signaling the wedding has concluded and Isaac's story for the heroes and villains will remain unchanged. Emma angrily demands that Isaac save Regina, but Isaac states he cannot since he's no longer the Author. Suddenly, Henry notices the Author's quill is glowing and he picks it up, making him the next chosen Author. Isaac is stunned by this and attempts to lunge at Henry, but Emma holds him back while her son uses Regina's blood as ink for the quill and rewrites a new ending to revert the stories of everyone in the alternate reality to return them to Storybrooke.

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After the return to Storybrooke, Emma rushes off to the loft, where she reunites with her parents and then with Hook, whom she nearly declares her love for but backs out at the last moment. During a party at Granny's, she talks to Lily about her father, whose identity not even her motherMaleficent knows of as both she and Lily's birth father only met in their dragon forms. With Mr. Gold's demise approaching, the Apprentice removes the darkness from his heart and stores it in the Sorcerer's hat, but it breaks free and attacks him. Emma manages to save the Apprentice from being consumed by the darkness with her light magic. After the darkness escapes elsewhere into town, the Apprentice tells her about the origins of the Dark One, who was created by the Sorcerer Merlin as a means to trap the darkness. Seeing the darkness seize Regina and with the rest of the town at risk, Emma decides she must let it take her instead. After affirming her love to Hook, Emma allows the darkness to enter her body so she becomes the new Dark One before she vanishes into thin air. Reappearing in the Enchanted Forest from the Vault of the Dark One, Emma finds herself garbed in a cloak and sees Rumplestiltskin, who is one voice out of the many Dark Ones. To get to Camelot, Emma asks a peddler for directions, but he wants money. When he continues to raise the price, she shouts at him desperately, unintentionally choking and levitating him. Later, Rumplestiltskin describes a place where she can find Merlin and asks her to picture it in her mind, leading Emma to magically blink herself there. He directs her to capture a will-o-wisp, which can locate Merlin, but Merida grabs it first. Emma explains why she needs the wisp, while Merida agrees they can fight in hand-to-hand combat for it, as long as no weapons or magic is used by either of them. Not wanting to succumb to darkness, Emma refuses, asking her to take the wisp and go. Instead, Merida offers to give her the wisp after she is done with it at the Hill of Stones. As they travel to the stones, Merida tells Emma about going to save her kidnapped brothers, and her desire to wage war with the clans if necessary. After camping for the night, Rumplestiltskin tells an insomniac Emma that Merida will become the wisp's permanent owner after using it, and it can never be used by another again, as long as the owner's heart still beats. Merida overhears Emma talking to herself, and believing the blonde will betray her, sneaks off in the morning to use the wisp. Emma tries to persuade Merida that she means no harm, but the latter begins firing arrows at her. Emma catches each one, becoming more agitated every time, while Rumplestiltskin urges her to kill Merida to get the wisp. Emma rips out Merida's heart, after magically pulling her close, and begins crushing it, when Hook, Henry, Robin, Regina and her parents arrive to stop her, convincing her to return the heart and that they'll find another way to track down Merlin. Merida, having no hard feelings about what happened, thanks Emma for helping her see she should be merciful to the clans rather than kill them for betraying her. Mary Margaret gives Emma the dagger so no one can control her with it, but Emma hands it to Regina, asking her to take her out if she ever goes too far, though Henry reassures her it won't happen. After regrouping with everyone else, King Arthur and his knights approach, stating Emma and her allies are prophesied to reunite them with Merlin, before taking them to Camelot. Near the Vault of the Dark One, Emma tracks down a revived Hook in the woods, and while she is elated to see him, he is furious at her for making him a Dark One and filling his head with darkness. When he asks where Excalibur is, she lies about it being missing, believing he isn't strong enough yet to handle the sword. To get rid of the Rumplestiltskin apparition, Emma encourages Hook into thinking about their future in the house he picked out. However, on their journey back to their allies, Hook learns from the darkness that Emma is lying about Excalibur and confronts her about it, forcing her to come clean. Although she never used it to control him, Hook is upset that she lied and apparently doesn't trust him enough to make his own choices anymore. After he teleports away, Emma wanders the middlemist field, unsure what to do next. As a last resort, she uses Excalibur to summon him to her. She apologizes to him for lying, and as proof of her trust and belief in him, she returns the sword to him. Seemingly placated, Hook returns to the diner with her so they can be rid of their darkness. He goes in to get Merlin, and when Emma follows him in minutes later, she finds that he has ripped out Merlin's heart, intending to crush it in Nimue's place and enact another curse. Once the curse is cast, a quick-thinking Emma knocks Hook out and absorbs his memories from the last six weeks into a dreamcatcher, in the hopes of finding a way to restore him to the man he used to be. Consequentially, she takes everyone else's memories too, to keep them from remembering Hook is a Dark One, before adding the dreamcatcher to the curse brew for a full memory wipe. As the curse closes in, Emma cradles Hook in her arms. Upon return to Storybrooke, Emma reenters the diner from the entrance, putting on a cold mask towards her confused family and friends. Seeing Mr. Clark wearing her trademark red jacket, Emma callously questions who he is supposed to be, and out of annoyance, she turns him to stone. Regina threatens to fulfill what Emma asked her to do if she ever went too far, but Emma reveals she has the dagger now. To keep Hook's secret under wraps, Emma lies to them, professing she will punish them for what they did to her. Hearing Henry summon her, Emma magically appears at the dock, where she warmly greets him and moves to touch his hand, but he pulls away. Recalling what she had said last night, Henry apologizes for failing her, but Emma assures him that she meant everyone except him. Regina approaches, telling her to get away from her son, while Emma coolly stands her ground. When Regina questions her about the memory wipe, Emma admits she removed those memories for a reason, causing Regina to vow that she will retrieve them no matter what. However, Emma confidently points out it's impossible as she built new curse to be unbreakable since there's no savior to undo it. Later, Emma appears before Hook, who accidentally calls her, before she whisks him to the front of her new house. She invites him in, playfully stating that they can still be together, and gives him a drink. He has other ideas, however, and kisses her. Much to his despair, true love's kiss doesn't work on her, but Emma insists it failed because she doesn't need fixing as she has accepted who she is now. Hook refuses to accept this and asks what happened in Camelot, though Emma dances around the question, citing that it'd be no fun to give him a straight answer. She tries to charm him into staying, but Hook leaves. That night, Regina confronts Emma about the fury that has kidnapped Robin because of an unpaid price of magic, asking her to call the creature off, but Emma reveals Regina is the one who didn't pay the price. With growing agitation, she challenges Regina to be the savior and do what needs to be done. After Regina defeats the fury and the townspeople are having a night out at the diner, Emma watches from across the street before leaving. At home, Emma sees Rumplestiltskin, who tells her that her weaknesses, such as her need to protect her loved ones, will always hold her back, as they did with all the other Dark Ones that came before her, but she can snuff out the light. He leads her to the basement, where Excalibur is buried in the stone, tempting her to unite the sword with the dagger to be rid of any hope of light inside her. Emma attempts to pull the sword out, only to be thrown back by a barrier, as Rumplestiltskin cackles that she must pay a price first before extracting the sword. While Emma tries to pick out a dress to wear for her wedding, Snow offers her the dress she wore for her own wedding, but the Black Fairy ruins things by dyeing it black. The Black Fairy reveals her son never turned against her after all and she offers her the chance to forfeit her heart to her now instead of facing her in the final battle. She attempts to weaken Emma's resolve by bringing up her past as a lonely orphan who never stopped being alone, but when this fails, she directs her to the clock tower to get a taste of what is coming.

Emma observes a cloud of dark fairy dust that is set to unleash a Dark Curse once the clock strikes six o'clock. After she makes plans to face the Black Fairy now and keep her loved ones safe, she says goodbye to Hook in case she dies. While Emma looks through old photos of her family to remind herself of who she is fighting for, Henry curiously presses her tape recorder, which plays audio of a young Emma humming a song. This reminds Emma of a period in her life when she felt truly alone and she turns the recording off without giving Henry an explanation for her reaction. When Emma faces the Black Fairy in the mayor's office, she loses her confidence upon seeing the frozen bodies of her family and friends. The Black Fairy broadcasts the audio of young Emma and mockingly notes the amount of misery she hears in it, to which Emma tries to magically choke her, but it doesn't work, as the fairy points out, because Emma finally understands the truth: that she can't fight alone. A shaken Emma opens up to Henry about the recording being a painful reminder of a time she was so alone that no one even cared enough to hear her sing. She describes how it was never about the little things she had to do by herself, but when she faced bigger things alone, she always ran away. Emma expresses regrets about not being brave enough to keep Henry at birth, but Henry emphasizes that she's changed since then and encourages her to believe she can still defeat the Black Fairy. To ensure her son will have the rest of his family after she is gone, Emma allows the Black Fairy to take her heart, however, the Black Fairy is unable to crush it into ash. Henry reveals with a new storybook page that Emma was never alone as her heart has always had the songs of those who love her. Equipped with this knowledge, Emma summons power from her own song to unfreeze her allies. Later, during the wedding ceremony, Emma recites her vows to Hook, telling him that her life changed when Henry brought her to Storybrooke and that although she was born from true love, she never expected to find it with Hook. The couple dance together after they are married, in which they sing about the future of a happy beginning as everyone else chimes in. When the curse arrives, Emma assures her husband that wherever it is taking them, they'll win in the end. Under the Black Fairy's Dark Curse, Emma believes herself to be a patient at Storybrooke's mental ward for two years now as she recovers from believing in Henry's fairytale delusions. In actuality, the more Emma's belief in magic fades, the more rapidly that magical realms cease to exist. As Emma is painting a swan, Nurse Ratched notifies her that her son has come to see her. Henry mentions not being able to find Snow, David, or Hook, but Emma reminds him that none of those people are real and insists that all she wants is to get better so she can finally be his mother. Henry asks her to retell what happened two years ago, to which Emma explains how Henry had eaten a poisoned apple turnover and recovered from it, thanks to medicine and Dr. Whale. When Emma receives her dose of medication from Nurse Ratched, Henry pushes it away and shows her the Author symbols that tell how the final battle can be won, but Emma remains unconvinced. Mayor Fiona, whom Emma knows as Henry's adoptive mother, arrives to shoo her son to school before making sure that Emma takes her medicine. With good prognosis reports about Emma from Dr. Hopper, Fiona believes she is mentally fit to be released from the ward soon, however, she suggests that Emma help Henry move on from delusions by burning the fairytale book. Despite knowing Henry's beliefs aren't real, Emma doesn't have the heart to hurt him by destroying his book and insists she isn't ready to do it. Later, Emma is doing pull-ups in her cell when Henry breaks her out for Operation Cuckoo's Nest and takes her to the rooftop where she married Hook in an attempt to snap her out of the Black Fairy's curse. Emma has flashes of her wedding and the groom she wedded, yet she is still unsure if what she saw was real and persuades him that it's best if she goes back to Boston since Fiona will lock her up again if she stays. Henry relents by agreeing to grab her car keys from Dr. Hopper's office, although he actually goes there to get his book and is shoved down the stairs by Fiona. At the hospital, Emma rushes to Henry, who has a broken arm and is disappointed to learn from Fiona that he hasn't given up on his fairytale nonsense. Henry insists Fiona pushed him and is trying to snuff out her belief, however, Emma ends up listening to Fiona, who laments that her son will do even more bodily harm to himself in the future if his wild imagination continues. Believing she has to do what is right for Henry, Emma puts the book in a furnace, unknowingly causing the rapid destruction of the Enchanted Forest and endangering her loved ones who are trapped there. She sees a picture of Hook as the pages are scorched and seemingly recognizes him as the man from her vision, but she does nothing as the page curls away under the heat of the flames. As Emma prepares to leave for Boston, she says her goodbyes to Henry, telling him that she is grateful to have met him but that his fairytale beliefs have landed them both in trouble and they have to go their separate ways in order to move on from it. After driving back to her Boston apartment, Emma notices Henry left a handmade book in her bag but then gets a call about a bail bondsperson gig. After accepting the job, she reads through the book which tells the tale of how she became a hero: from when she made the wish on her twenty-eighth birthday, to defeating a dragon and waking up Henry with true love's kiss. Returning to Storybrooke, Emma finds Henry armed with a sword as he is preparing to confront Fiona at the mayor's office. She admits that she doesn't remember the things he wants her to recall, but that the courageous and fearless person he depicted in the story is who she wants to be. When Emma attests to Henry that she does believe him, her last shred of belief is restored and this unknowingly helps to stop the destruction of the Enchanted Forest. Emma then takes the sword and bursts into the mayor's office ready to face Fiona, but upon finding no one there, she hurries out. As Emma steps through a hallway in the town hall building with Henry behind her, she unexpectedly regains her memories when the Dark Curse is lifted because of Mr. Gold killing the Black Fairy. Gideon shows up to attack her and manages to corner her into the mayor's office, but Henry knocks his uncle down, allowing Emma to escape out the door. Emma enacts a barrier to keep Gideon trapped in temporarily, and as she and Henry flee the building, Henry reveals that the Black Fairy still has Gideon's heart but he'll stop coming after her once Mr. Gold finds it. The two reach the town square, where Emma reunites with her parents, Hook, Regina, and Zelena. Regina persuades Emma to remain hopeful that there may be a third way to finish the final battle since the two known options, whether killing Gideon and darkening her own soul or being killed in combat by Gideon thus eradicating all light magic, will not end well either way. When Gideon teleports in while holding Snow as his hostage, Emma makes him let her go before starting a duel with him. Gideon taunts her about having no one to save her this time, to which Emma boasts that she is the Savior and doesn't need saving from anyone. As she fights him, Emma swears to protect her loved ones, to creating light from darkness, to not kill innocents, and to bring hope to others no matter what the cost is. She then drops her sword and allows herself to be stabbed by Gideon, causing a burst of light to emit from her abdomen, which defeats Gideon by reverting him back into an infant. Emma dies but is revived with the power of Henry's kiss of true love. Sometime after final battle has been won, Emma and Regina walk Henry to the school bus stop, with each of them saying goodbye to him before they both watch him head off. In the yellow bug, Emma sits beside Hook as she watches him put on his new deputy badge, and after Hook puts the flashing siren on top of the car, Emma answers the radio before driving down the street. During one night, she joins her expansive family at Granny's for supper. Emma later attends baby Gideon's first birthday, providing the cake with Hook. Henry eventually does leave for the New Enchanted Forest, and after becoming a fully grown man, he uses the message in a bottle to call for Emma, Regina, and Hook's help to escape Lady Tremaine, who has framed him and Cinderella for the death of a prince. When the trio receives the message, Hook insists that Emma stay home and rest because of her pregnancy, which Emma agrees to in part due to her reluctance to let her son know about his half-sibling, as she believes if he knew, he would abandon his travels to return home for her sake. Emma eventually goes against this and shows up after Henry has been saved, just as he is questioning Hook on whether or not she is okay. She assures her son that she is fine and announces her pregnancy to him. Henry is delighted by this revelation but Hook begins acting weird and soon runs off, leaving Emma confused about his behavior. Emma soon learns this Hook is actually the Wish Realm Hook, after she goes to nearby port town, where her Hook who shows her his counterpart, who was stabbed in a scuffle and asks her to heal him. Emma reminds Hook that her magic may not work in this realm, as Regina's didn't, but Hook begs her to try because he deserves a second chance. With some persuasion, she encourages the man to believe in his capacity to be the person that the other Hook has become, which allows her to connect with him and heal his wound. Emma and the two Hooks then return to Henry to say goodbye, but before she leaves, she suggests Henry and the Wish Realm Hook can team up to help each other's missions. Regina also decides to stay with Henry, while Emma and Hook return to Storybrooke on their own. After Regina unites all the realms, providing easy access to and from one land to another, Snow White and Prince Charming bring her to the royal castle to elect her as the new Queen before her subjects. As Snow puts the crown on Regina's head, a flustered Emma bursts in through the door with a carry-on bag as Killian follows her in with their new daughter Hope in his arms. She apologizes for being late before proceeding down the aisle and telling Regina that she wasn't going to miss her coronation. As Emma greets Henry, she asks him to give Killian a hand with the baby, while she slips off her red jacket, unveiling her white gown. Upon being crowned by Snow as "the Good Queen", Regina shares a few hugs with members of her family: Sir Henry, their granddaughter Lucy, and daughter-in-law Jacinda, and Henry. When Regina gets to Emma, the blonde greets her as "Madame Mayor". Killian suggests "Your Majesty" is more apt, though Emma jokes that Regina will always be Madame Mayor to her. Emma congratulates her on getting her happy ending, which Regina prefers to think of as a second chance since she doesn't like endings and everyone's stories are far from over. As the crowd gives a resounding applause to Regina's speech about the wonders and losses that are a part of life and make people who they are, Emma cradles Hope as she and Killian watch on.

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Sep 18th 2021 - 6:15 PM

Surviving this world one day at a time.

Sep 18th 2021 - 2:24 PM

What's going on with your day?

Sep 18th 2021 - 5:04 AM

Glad to hear that! I'm here and not going 

Sep 18th 2021 - 3:10 AM

I'm good, love! How are you? Always nice to see your face. 

Sep 18th 2021 - 2:48 AM

Hello, beautiful!

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I'm fine thanks for asking.

Sep 18th 2021 - 2:35 AM

Hello Emma how are you doing?

Sep 17th 2021 - 7:07 PM

Hello lovelies, my name is Emma Swan the daughter of Prince Charming and Snow White and the birth mother of Henry Mills. I write Emma Good or as the Dark One whichever floats your boat. However, when I write Emma as the Dark One I tend to be pretty graphic on what's going on scene wise. I know some people hate gory details when writing with someone, but that's what you get when you write with Evil Emma. I would love some storylines, mains, connections and or even banter I am down for all of them if possible. I would love to discuss a plot together when your available I'm not one to rush others, but sometimes I can be slow replying. I know some people get impatient, but this is because I run a resource site named Xylo and I am often coding or making content for people to use there.
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Sep 9th 2021 - 8:17 PM

Hello, welcome to my friend's list.
My name is Ari, but I do also go by Jimin.
I am the genderswapped version of Ariel, yeah.
My father is King Triton, as my mother was Queen Athena.
I do have six older sisters; as I am the heir to the throne since I am the only male other than Triton.

I would love to discuss a storyline/connection with you.

(If you prefer messages to discuss, that is fine. I do have a discord.)
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