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Once Upon A Time Peter Pan

Once Upon A Time Peter Pan Charakterbeschreibung: Peter Pan, Vergangenheit

Peter Pan, ehemals bekannt als Malcolm, ist der Anführer der verlorenen Jungs und lebt mit ihnen. Peter Pan (Wunschreich) ist die Wunsch Version von Peter Pan. Er hat seinen ersten Auftritt in. Er wurde unter anderem bekannt durch seine Rolle als Peter Pan in der Fernsehserie Once Upon a Time – Es war einmal . Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Leben und. Peter Pan herrscht über Neverland (Nimmerland). Sein kindliches Aussehen sollte nicht über seine Gefährlichkeit und Macht hinwegtäuschen. Er wird in "​Once. Elizabeth Jones verliert alles und kommt ins Waisenhaus. Sie findet ein Buch,mit dem Titel,,Once upon a time,, und muss feststellen,dass einiges anders ist.

Once Upon A Time Peter Pan

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Pan: "I Hear You're Wicked, But I Am Much Worse " (Once Upon A Time S5E19)

Pan confirms Henry has to believe in him and then commands Wendy to go back into her cage. Afterwards, he approaches Henry in the wilderness.

Pan reasons he did not tell Henry about Wendy because it'd be a burden on him. Henry wants to save her, so Pan brings him to a rocky shore near Skull Rock.

Pan explains that the inside of Skull Rock is where their salvation awaits and only Henry can bring it out, despite that the task won't be easy, as it will require heroism and sacrifice.

Henry agrees to help. Pan and Henry take a rowboat to Skull Rock. Once they are past the steps leading upstairs, Pan draws a line on the ground, which will keep out anyone with a shadow, except for Mr.

Before they can begin, Pan goes to take care of Mr. Gold, who has just reached the top of the staircase with Pandora's Box in hand.

Pan attempts a heartfelt father-to-son conversation with Mr. Gold to affirm he does indeed care for him.

He asks Mr. Gold to choose him instead so they can start over, but this is met with refusal. To counter him, Pan pulls out an identical Pandora's Box and gleefully reveals he possesses the real one while Mr.

Gold is holding a fake. At once, he opens the box and successfully contains Mr. Gold within it. Returning to the task at hand, Pan emphasizes to Henry that he needs his heart to save magic.

At first, Henry takes the meaning figuratively, thinking he simply needs to have a strong belief, but Pan clears up the misunderstanding.

When Henry asks what will happen to him after sacrificing his heart, Pan talks about the legacy he'll be leaving behind as a great hero, but then admits the greater price is not being able to leave the island.

Henry is willing to make the sacrifice, so Pan magically enchants his hand. With encouragement, Henry reaches to take out his own heart, which Emma, Mr.

Gold, Neal and Regina rush up just in time to witness. They plead with Henry that Pan is feeding him lies.

For a moment, Henry considers it, even though Pan presses that his family is lying because they don't want him to give up his own heart for the greater good.

Henry chooses to disobey his family and shoves the heart into Pan's chest. As Henry collapses, Pan gains what he always wanted—the heart of the truest believer.

Pan relishes in the fact Henry gave him his heart out of free will while also revealing to Emma, Neal and Regina that Mr.

Gold is now trapped within Pandora's Box. Emma nicks Pan with her sword, though he flies off shortly after to his "thinking tree" at Pixie Woods.

He leaves the box out in plain sight as a trap, so when Emma, Mary Margaret and Regina arrive, they are ensnared to a tree by vines.

Pan muses about the importance of the "thinking tree" to him as he abandoned his child at the same place, and acknowledges to them that Mr.

Gold as his son. The trio are unable to free themselves and are further warned by Pan that the tree will attack people who feel regret.

Pan pushes Emma towards that emotion by detailing the disappointment he feels in Henry's heart, which is currently in his own chest, every time she let him down.

When Mary Margaret intervenes, he berates her actions of abandoning Emma for twenty-eight years. However, the only one who cares naught for anything Pan has to say is Regina.

She admits to having done the most vile and cruel things to people, but is filled with no regrets in the least since it got her Henry.

Regina snaps herself and her allies free from the tree to tear out Henry's heart from his chest.

Pan collapses out of weakness as Regina also picks up the box. Though beaten, he is not yet finished and materializes below deck on the Jolly Roger after Henry's heart has been restored to him.

He threatens the boy with a dagger and moves to take his heart again, but a spell prevents him from pulling it out.

Not ready to give up, Pan begins ripping out Henry's shadow until a recently freed Mr. Gold opens Pandora's Box to suck him in.

Moments before he is taken into the box, Pan continues to cling onto Henry's shadow. Unseen to Mr. Gold, Pan secretly exchanges bodies with Henry.

As Henry, he goes to the upper level of the ship while they are flying back to Storybrooke and offers a disenchanted Felix a plate of food.

Felix pushes him away until "Henry" gives proof of himself as Pan. Upon arrival in Storybrooke, Pan has Henry's family lock up Felix for safety reasons.

He is presented with a storybook of Henry's and feigns recognition of it when Emma picks up on his strange reaction.

While spending the night over at Regina's house, he flips through the storybook and sees a photo of the Evil Queen 's vault. To Regina, he pleads for the necessity of magic in her vault to protect himself from Pan.

She stresses that Pan will never break free of the box, and that magic isn't the answer to everything. After she is gone, Pan opens the window and releases a trapped Shadow from the ship sail.

The next day, the Shadow kills Mother Superior , which leads everyone to suspect Pan is controlling the creature from inside the box.

Regina takes "Henry" into her vault for protection. Once inside, he knocks her unconscious with a substance and steals a spell for the Dark Curse.

He escapes to the outskirts of town with Felix with the intention of using the curse. At nightfall, he and Felix go to the wishing well to begin dropping all the curse's ingredients in.

As the last necessity, Pan needs the heart of the thing he loves most. Pan takes Felix's heart because he has always been most loyal to him, and sacrifices it.

Shortly after the curse is cast, Pan finds himself switched back to his original body and awakens in Mr. Gold's pawnshop with a magic absorbing cuff on his wrist.

Unknown to Mr. Gold, the cuff has no effect on Pan. When given the opportunity by Mr. Gold to be remorseful, Pan can only recall his son as an infant, who, throughout the years, took away everything he ever desired: freedom, money, time, dreams and the like.

As Mr. Gold prepares to kill him with a sword, Pan rips off the cuff and materializes it on the latter's wrist.

He shows his authority by magically throwing Mr. Gold into a shelf and reveals his intentions towards the latter's loved ones, namely Belle and Neal, after the curse fogs their memories.

As a last word, he insults Mr. Gold as a degraded coward without his magic to hide behind. Pan accosts the rest of the townspeople on the street and steals the Dark Curse scroll while freezing all of them in place.

Pan chooses Neal as the one he should kill just when Mr. Gold stops him by summoning the dagger from his own shadow.

He stabs Pan in the back, as well as himself in the chest, with it. On the brink of death, Pan melts away in darkened smoke as Malcolm takes his place momentarily.

Malcolm pleads for his son to remove the dagger so they can start over as a family. Gold refuses his father's request by acknowledging himself as a villain, and therefore neither he or Malcolm can have a happy ending.

Then, he twists the dagger to embed more deeply into their puncture wounds as a golden light protrudes out of the blade.

Malcolm stops resisting the inevitable while Mr. Gold gives him a kiss on the cheek, to which the light engulfs them as they fade out of existence.

After his death, Peter Pan runs the Underworld's version of the pawnshop, where he finds Mr. Gold snooping around for something.

Pan allows him to continue searching, but he cautions that this shop belongs to him, and Mr. Gold won't find anything unless he wants him to.

After a time, he pulls out the item Mr. Gold wants, a vial of magical ale , and then sets it down on the straw doll 's display table.

He offers it, no strings attached, though Mr. Gold is suspicious of his intentions. Pan admits that he meant what he said before he died, that he wanted to start over, however, Mr.

Gold isn't having any of it. Longing for the tastes and smells of the land of the living, Pan considers that Mr. Gold might help him trade places with one of the living people he came to the Underworld with.

Gold insists he isn't interested, but Pan believes it is only a matter of time before he changes his mind. He then holds out the ale vial to Mr.

Gold, asking him to take it, as a gesture of goodwill from a father to a son. Gold returns to the pawnshop looking for his father, he finds a note Pan left for him.

In it, Pan gives him permission to use the shop as he sees fit, and he states that his previous offer still stands. Deciding to do whatever it takes to void Hades' contract on his child, Mr.

Gold finds Pan and strikes a deal with him. Outside Underbrooke's diner, Mr. Gold stops Zelena from entering to join Hades for a date.

He blames Zelena for persuading Belle to use the sleeping curse , and as such, he has chosen to retaliate against her by accepting a deal that Pan offered him.

Pan then walks up, and Mr. Gold introduces a confused Zelena to his father. With a menacing stare, Pan remarks that he's heard she is wicked.

He contends that he himself is much worse, and then throws a bag over Zelena's head. Etymology Malcolm named himself Peter Pan after the doll owned by his son Rumplestiltskin , in memory of the child he abandoned.

The show 's version of Rufio is mentioned in " Lost Girl ". Malcolm's casting call name was "Colin". Malcolm's casting call describes him as, "dissatisfied, self-centered and ruthless.

Fairytales and Folklore When Hook states that it is Peter Pan who is the villain in Neverland , not he, Emma replies that Pan is not supposed to be a villain.

Barrie 's original draft of the play actually depicts Pan as the villain, kidnapping children from their beds. Captain Hook was only introduced later as a theatrical device to help stagehands change scenery.

Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Do you like this video? You meet his eyes before looking away, you cheeks blushing a soft shade of red.

He loosens his grip on Emilia and reluctantly hands her over to you. How could you not even tell me that she existed? You place Emilia on the bed, not wanting her to get in the middle of your argument.

I loved you! I saw you with her. I saw you kissing Wendy! But before you could get there Pan was standing in front of you, he takes a hold of your hands and forces you to look in his eyes, a haunting sadness visible deep within them.

And you knew by the way he was looking into you eyes, that he was truly being honest. Once again, thankyou for the support so far, it is greatly appreciated, Love you all!

Keep reading. She really is a muggle, if she only knew about the wizarding world, then she would answer differently.

Moordale was a seemingly average school, with average students, most likely achieving average grades. On your first day, you had instantly assessed the students at the school and distinguished each of the groups, hoping to find one which you could fit into.

Next was the stereotypical girls group, who covered themselves in makeup and followed the latest trends, as well as of course having a gay best friend by their side.

You thought life out in the country would be different compared to the city where you had grown up, but so far it had seemed almost identical, apart from the excessive talk and actual practice of sex.

You guessed being surrounded by hills and fields lead to people being so utterly bored that they all just relied on sex for fun.

You attended your first class and continued your assessment of the students, desperately wanting to find your own place within the mixture of people, but so far you had no luck.

You had liked the way the girl sitting on the desk beside you looked, with her pink dip dyed hair and edgy outfit, but as soon as you made eye contact and smiled in her general direction she put her middle finger up to you and from there it was a no go.

You sighed in defeat and began to eavesdrop on the conversation in front of you. Clearly the guy scratching the desk with a knife was a psycho and you should avoid him like the plague, but the awkward boy next to him seemed innocent enough.

He looked over at you at the sound of your giggle and blushed when he realised you had been watching him.

Originally posted by liveasheroes. From then on you had tried to get close to the boy, whose name turned out to be Otis, but it had turned out seemingly more difficult than you thought.

You had never really been interested in guys before, and had reserved yourself from them even more after a rumor at your old school spread that you were a slut who had banged one of your teachers.

Little did anyone else know, that you were in fact still a virgin and your teacher had tried to hit on you during a detention after school, which you very aggressively turned down by punching him in the face and breaking his nose.

But of course no one would believe the word of a 17 year old girl over a teacher, so you were ultimately expelled and forced to exchange to a new school.

You were to meet this unknown sex wizard in the abandoned toilets at the back of the school during lunch.

What seems to be the problem? You sat in silence for a moment, before breaking out into a fit of laughs into what he had just said and soon enough he was laughing along with you.

You had spent the remainder of your lunch break talking to the therapist about your crush, but you never revealed who he was, scared that the therapist may pass the message on.

You were relived you had spoken to him though, as you had enjoyed talking to him and he had given you some good advice.

The next day you decided you would try to approach Otis head on, rather than through his friend Eric. All you needed was a perfect opportunity to speak to him alone.

You rode in to school early on your bike and waited by the bike rack to greet Otis when he arrived. But of course he was with Eric.

They both smiled back at you, and you were about to initiate a conversation with Otis, when Eric suddenly pulled you in and began walking next to you, linking his arm with yours and putting a barrier between you and Otis.

During the attack, Emma pins down a Lost Boy and forcefully demands to know where Henry is, but when she sees the look on the scared boy's face, she backs off.

Pan and his army leave, and later, Mary Margaret comes to have a talk with Emma, as she tries to make the map reveal itself, and asks about the boy and why she let him go.

Emma reveals that she related to the boy, because she's always felt and still feels like an orphan. They're both hurt as they say this, but Snow tells her daughter it's her job to change that for her.

In the meantime, the map finally appears, indicating Henry's location. Pan then shows up and taunts Emma again, telling her that Henry hasn't forgiven her for giving him up either, and that by the time they're done, Henry won't want to leave Neverland, and Emma will not only feel like an orphan This said, David walks away from the group to reveal that he was indeed scratched by the poisoned arrow, and it's working its toxin on him.

The Jolly Roger crew continues their search for Pan's camp in the woods of Neverland , but realize that Pan is moving it.

Meanwhile, Henry lies sleeping under a large tree but is awoken by the villain, who throws an apple at him.

Henry claims not to like apples - a family thing. Pan points out that it's not for eating, but rather for a game, a game he calls "target practice" - something he says as he points a crossbow at Henry's face.

As they prepare for the game, Henry witnesses Pan soaking an arrow in Dreamshade poison, and the villain recounts that there's a lot of stories there of a man who once shot an apple over his son's head.

Henry asks what the poison is for, if they're shooting at the apple, and Pan replies that it's for motivation.

Pan calls out for Felix then, and Henry worries about the latter's aim, but the Lost Boys' leader explains Henry will be the one shooting the arrow, and that it's exhilarating.

Felix plants the apple over his head and everyone chants for Henry to shoot. He does, but aims at Pan instead. The latter grabs the arrow mid-air, and is amused by Henry's attempt to harm him.

Later, Pan and Henry have a talk, where the former tells the latter that the thing about Neverland is there is nobody to tell them "no".

Henry points out that he doesn't belong there, and Pan explains that they've been waiting for him for a very long time, since before he was born.

He goes on to say that Neverland runs on belief, but every other world has stopped believing in magic, and Henry's destiny is to return the magic, and be the savior.

Henry recounts that his mother is the savior, but Pan counter-argues that maybe what makes her the savior is having given birth to him.

He is the descend of both light the Charming lineage and darkness the Dark One's bloodline. He says Henry was created for a reason, and he can help him find it.

Pan then gives him a scroll that proves his belief on why Henry's the hero magic has been waiting for. Henry takes it but says he doesn't believe him, to which Pan replies that Henry reminds him of his father.

Later, Henry looks at the parchment and sees an old drawing of himself Neal goes with the shadow himself and is told by Felix that Pan will be happy to see him again.

When the Lost Boys are vigorously celebrating around a campfire in Pan's compound, it upsets Pan to see that Henry isn't joining in with the festivities, especially considering the fact that the party is being held in his honor.

Henry points out that there's nothing to celebrate, and Pan again tells the boy that he is the savior who will save magic.

Pan then decides to play Henry a tune from his pipe the music from which can only be heard by those who feel abandoned or unloved , but Henry is unable to hear anything, much to Pan's dismay.

Pan is then aggravated to learn that Baelfire , who's in fact alive, returned to the island to save his son, has escaped Felix's custody and joined forces with his father, but decides to let them come.

A sleeping spell is soon cast over the camp, knocking out Henry and the Lost Boys but not Pan, and Rumple , who cast the spell, walks in with Neal.

Pan smugly remarks the special family reunion before Neal uses magical squid ink via arrow to immobilize Pan and take Henry, however, when Neal learns of the prophecy stating that Henry will be Rumple's undoing, he uses the squid ink to immobilize his father also in fear that he'll kill Henry to protect himself.

Neal then sets off alone with his son over his shoulder, but he is soon ambushed by Lost Boys, who take Henry back.

Pan tells Baelfire that the game has changed, and back at the camp, Henry wakes up, being told by his captor that he merely dropped off for a catnap.

The Mills boy says that he dreamt of his father, who he believes to be dead, whilst he was asleep, and Pan offers his condolences, commenting that it makes sense to dream of the people he's lost, and what he hopes for, such as his father being alive or his mother coming to find him, when neither are going to come true.

Pan tells his captive that Neverland is a place where new dreams were born and that he and the Lost Boys can be his new family.

The demon child proceeds to play his magical pipes and, this time, Henry is able to hear the music the produce. The young boy then merrily dances around the campfire with the rest of the Lost Boys, and Peter Pan is thrilled.

At Pan's compound, Henry is again seen sitting by himself, distancing himself from the activities of the other Lost Boys, until one of them, Devin , comes in and starts poking him with his weapon and asking if he's the boy Peter has been looking for all this time.

Henry defends himself from Devin's provocation by grabbing a stick and engaging in a feigned swordfight with him.

Pan shows up and gets Henry to believe he's holding a real sword Henry then swordfights the other kid using an actual sword, and winds up cutting him on the cheek, leading the other Lost Boys to cheer him on, and Henry himself to join them in the cheers.

Later, while Charming is lecturing Hook again, the prince finds part of Hook's brother's old satchel. Hook then tells the prince that they may be able to find a sextant atop of a mountain where his brother's satchel will be.

After saying goodbye, the duo make their way to the top of the mountain. Hook climbs up first and is then met by Peter Pan, who offers Hook a way to leave Neverland if he kills Charming before the poison does.

Little does Hook know, Charming overhears this as he climbs up. They continue their journey and eventually reach the same Dreamshade that killed Liam, Hook's brother.

Hook reveals that there isn't actually a sextant, angering the prince. Hook is forced to knock Charming out and then he collects Neverland's magical waters.

After waking the prince up, Hook explains that the water will save his life, but he won't be able to leave Neverland.

Charming agrees and drinks the water, curing him. He then realizes Hook lied to him because he knew he wouldn't come just to save himself.

When they return to the girls, they claim Pan got the satchel first. After Hook and Emma kiss, following the pirate saving the life of her father , Peter Pan informs Hook, in a provocative way, that Bae is actually alive and in Neverland , and leaves Hook to share this with Emma if he wants to.

Then, the villain meets with his Lost Boys and orders that Neal's cage be hung up along another cage containing someone else Pan appears before Rumple when the latter is attempting to see the future and he informs the Dark One that he can't predict a future in a place where time stands still.

Rumple says that he could create one, and Pan is surprised that he's actually being threatened, especially since he made Rumple his favorite breakfast: eggs in a blanket.

Pan, eating the eggs because Rumple won't, tries to convince the Dark One to go back to Storybrooke and start a new family with Belle , as he's already lost Neal yet again and Henry is unobtainable as Rumple would have to go through him, which Pan knows he cannot do.

Rumple refuses to leave his family behind, but Pan assures him that saving them is pointless as he cannot be forgiven, pointing out that Rumple himself still hasn't forgiven his own father.

The demon child soon retreats into the jungle, leaving Rumple to ponder, and later sees that Emma and the rest of the Jolly Roger crew are currently trekking through the jungle in order to rescue Neal.

Amused, Pan decrees that Neal be moved to the Echo Caves, as the only way his enemies will be able to save him is if they spill their deepest, darkest secrets, thus weakening them.

Pan externally feels that someone, Ariel , has left Neverland , and tells Felix to alert John and Michael in Storybrooke in order to put a halt to whatever the mermaid is up to; he then requests to see his friend in the other cage.

Now reassured that his family is coming for him, Henry starts to question Pan, who assures him that he's not been lying to him.

Henry then theorizes that Pan has his family prisoner, and so decides to sneak out of the camp to investigate. In order to trick the child into believing he has to save magic, Pan frees his prisoner in the other cage: Wendy , who is blackmailed to do his will at the expense of her two brothers.

Henry follows Felix, who's carrying a bag of apples, to a tree house, and inside, where he's expecting to find his family, he finds a girl Wendy lying in a bed, and she tells the boy that she's dying because Neverland's magic is deteriorating, and she needs him to save it so that she may live.

Henry feels sympathy for the girl, especially after learning that she was friends with his father Baelfire , and his faith in Pan is reaffirmed, much to the demon child's satisfaction; he commends Wendy on her performance.

Pan later takes Henry to a part of the island where Skull Rock is visible; he tells the kid that that's where he'll save magic, and Wendy's life, but warns him that it may require some sacrifice.

Henry assures his captor that he's up to the task. Pan tends to Wendy , reminding Henry that only magic can save her, which only Henry can save if he truly believes.

After Henry assures Pan that he does, Pan announces to the camp of Lost Boys that Henry is ready to fulfill his destiny. Pan and Henry then row out to Skull Rock , where Pan casts a protection spell behind them, before entering the cave with Henry.

Once inside the cave, Pan shows Henry a giant hourglass, telling him that it shows how much magic is left in Neverland , and it is almost empty.

Pan then briefly leaves Henry alone, saying he has something to take care of. Peter goes to see Rumple , knowing he would be able to get past his protection spell as he has no shadow.

Pan asks why Gold hasn't told anybody who he really is and offers his son one last chance to move on and be together, reminding Rumple that he also abounded his son.

But Rumple points out the difference: that he regretted his decision ever since. Gold then opens Pandora's Box, hoping to trap his father and save Henry, but Pan reveals that he switched it for a fake.

He holds up the real box and traps his son inside. Pan returns to Henry, saying it is time to save magic and that he must literally give him the heart of the truest believer.

Henry, knowing that all magic comes at a price, demands the true cost of giving away his heart, as Pan informs him it would mean Henry must stay in Neverland.

Henry accepts this, knowing that heroes must make sacrifices and content with knowing his family would be proud of him, so Pan enchants his hand to allow him to remove his heart.

The three parents combined attempt to persuade the boy not to, but wanting to be a hero, Henry tells his parents that he loves them before putting his heart in Pan, sending a shock of magic through the land.

As Pan grows more powerful, Henry collapses to the floor and his parents rush to his side in horror. Now infused with the heart of the truest believer, Pan flies away from Skull Rock after being cut from enraged Emma , and Regina notes that the blonde drew blood; this means that they can hurt him, and if they can hurt him, they can kill him.

Henry's two mothers, along with Mary Margaret , soon go looking for Pan so that they may save Henry, and Mary Margaret is drawn in by Pandora's Box which is sitting on a rock.

Knowing that Rumple is inside, and that he's David's only hope of being cured of Dreamshade, she makes a grab for it, but this causes her, Emma and Regina to be magically tied to a tree that forces one to reflect upon their regrets.

Pan then emerges, taking the box and shocking the ladies with the revelation of his heritage with Rumplestiltskin, before taunting them about the regrets they're currently being faced with; he reminds Emma of giving Henry up for adoption, and Snow of sending her daughter through a wardrobe and off to Maine.

He then approaches Regina, who he believes has the most regrets of all, but the Queen reveals that she does not. She says that, despite all the horrible things she's done, she regrets none of it because it all led her to Henry.

And with that, she breaks free of the vines binding her to the tree and rips her son's heart from Pan's body, leaving him there.

When the heart is returned to Henry aboard the Jolly Roger and the ship begins to fly back to Storybrooke , his vile great-grandfather appears aboard and attempts to take his heart again.

However, he is unable to due to a protection spell cast by Regina. He then attempts to tear Henry's shadow from his body, but is caught by a now free Rumple who traps his father inside Pandora's Box.

As this is happening, Pan transfers his consciousness into his great-grandson with magic, causing the two of them to switch minds. Due to this, Pan, who's in Henry's body, remains free, whereas Henry, who's in Pan's body, is trapped in the box to no one's knowledge.

Malcolm goes back down to his son to tell him the dust didn't work, to which Rumplestiltskin suggests they can find another place to live together.

Malcolm has other ideas, however, and he declares that he can never change from his old habits or be the father that Rumplestiltskin needs.

In order to be granted the youth he longs for, Malcolm abandons his son, allowing Rumplestiltskin to be returned home by the Shadow.

After severing ties with his son, he transforms from an adult into an adolescent. As Rumplestiltskin is whisked away by the Shadow back to the Enchanted Forest, he drops a straw doll that his father once gave him.

The young Malcolm picks the doll up. From that day onward, he assumes the name Rumplestiltskin gave the doll—Peter Pan.

Then the Shadow leads Pan to Skull Rock to show him a large hourglass filled with sand slowly pouring to the bottom. The creature warns that even immortal youth comes with a price, and the day all the sand runs out is the day he will die.

One day, Pan sees two men, Captain Liam Jones and Lieutenant Killian Jones , arrive at the island by ship and then paddle to the shoreline on a small boat.

He approaches to ask them if they are lost, to which the two draw their swords at him. After Pan affirms he lives on the island, Liam introduces himself and his brother while briefing him on their mission, on orders of the king, to procure a specific healing plant, Dreamshade.

As Pan looks at the plant drawing, he attests Dreamshade is dangerous and comments that their king must be really ruthless, though both Liam and Killian don't believe him.

However, Pan presses the plant only leads to doom and exemplifies how easy it is to kill an entire army with poison instead of the messy slaughter and bloodshed of battle.

Killian begins doubting their king, but Liam snatches the drawing back and the two brothers head to Dead Man's Peak.

After Liam purposely cuts himself with Dreamshade and passes out, Pan helps Killian heal him by allowing passage to the island's remedial spring.

As a catch, Pan gives a fair warning that they should not leave Neverland unless willing to pay the price of magic. Killian promises whatever the price, he'll give it.

Pan remains silent and disappears after Killian hurries back to deliver the water to Liam, who is completely healed by it, but upon their venture out of Neverland's waters, Liam suddenly dies.

Lonely by himself in Neverland, Pan concocts a way to gather children from the Enchanted Forest who can become his companions and come back with him to his world.

Using a magic pan flute , the song draws in boys from the town of Hamelin as well as Rumplestiltskin's son, Baelfire , who longs for freedom and friends.

Pan gains Baelfire's trust and informs him beforehand of a deal he is going to make with Rumplestiltskin.

He states the deal will force Rumplestiltskin to allow Baelfire to decide, out of free will, to stay in the Enchanted Forest or leave for Neverland.

Pan tells Baelfire this will prove that Rumplestiltskin cares and trusts him. When Rumplestiltskin finally arrives to confront him, Pan has a long awaited reunion with the son he left behind so many years ago.

He explains his reason for being in the Enchanted Forest, and notes only certain boys, those filled with loneliness, can hear the instrument's music, which explains why Rumplestiltskin heard it also.

Pan accuses him of craving power, before smugly declaring that he is nothing but an unloved, lonely lost boy, because he knows Rumplestiltskin fears more than anything that Baelfire will leave him just like everyone else has.

Pan asks Rumplestiltskin to allow Baelfire to make his own choice, stating that if Baelfire decides to stay in the Enchanted Forest, he will respect the decision and leave.

Much to Pan's ire, Rumplestiltskin finds Baelfire and transports him home instead. Sometime after bringing many of the boys with him to the island as companions, Pan discovers it is possible to maintain his immortality by having the heart of the truest believer and ends up with a parchment drawing of a young boy.

At one time, the Shadow brings back a girl, Wendy , to Neverland, but she goes home the night after. Then the Shadow attempts to bring back one of Wendy's brothers for Pan, but Baelfire protects the family of siblings by consigning himself to Neverland instead.

In guilt, Wendy travels back to the island in an attempt to rescue Baelfire, and in turn, her brothers, John and Michael , follow to save her.

Pan entraps Wendy as his prisoner; forcing John and Michael to do his bidding lest their sister come to harm. To bind the two brothers to servitude, when they age into adulthood he keeps them from aging any further.

As Pan searches for the boy possessing the heart of the truest believer, he uses a fake organization name, the Home Office , and enlists Greg and Tamara as employees, with the pair believing they are working towards destroying magic rather than reviving it.

Greg and Tamara follow orders from the Home Office to kidnap Henry to Neverland , and shortly after both of them are disposed of by Pan's shadow and the Lost Boys , Henry flees into the jungle, where Pan pulls him to safety.

Pan, disguised as an ex-Lost Boy, works to gain Henry's trust by showing him a vial of pixie dust that he intended to use to escape the island, except the dust doesn't work.

They decide to head to the Echo Caves where they can't be tracked, and on the way there, their path is blocked by the Lost Boys, so they run and meet a dead end at a cliff.

Pan suggests forfeiting the pixie dust to the Lost Boys in exchange for their lives, but Henry grabs the vial. They leap off the cliff, and Henry uncaps the vial to pour the dust out, using his power of belief to make the dust work and allow both of them to gain the ability to fly.

Once they reach the ground, Pan changes his demeanor and surprises Henry by calling him by his name. He then reveals himself as Peter Pan and states Henry's importance to him as he has the heart of the truest believer.

As he pulls out a blade, Pan calls forth the other Lost Boys, who rush out to surround and close in on a dumbfounded Henry.

After capturing Henry, Pan pays a nighttime visit to Emma by luring her into the jungle with mysterious voices.

He introduces himself to her, prompting a defensive reaction from Emma, who demands to know where Henry is. He allows her just that by handing over a map to find Henry.

Though the parchment is blank, Pan guarantees it will work once Emma stops denying who she really is. He disappears and later dresses in Henry's clothes at a location in the Dark Jungle as a decoy if Emma chooses to cheat at his game.

Unsurprisingly, Emma and her other party members end up finding him, which prompts Pan to engage the Lost Boys in battle with them.

For several minutes, he allows the battle to go on until signaling with a whistle for the Lost Boys to return to his side.

Before leaving, Pan repeats his previous instructions to Emma. When she finally unveils the map, Pan pays her another unannounced visit while she is scouting for berries.

He commends Emma for beating his game and even nicknames her a "lost girl", but also briefs her on the reason for the test. He implies that she hasn't forgiven her parents for their abandonment, and surprisingly, accuses Emma of endowing Henry with the same feelings.

Pan threatens that by the time she reaches Henry, he will never want to leave Neverland. He also leaves her with one last alarming detail, that by the end of all this, she won't just feel like an orphan but will also be one.

When Henry wakes up, Pan allows him to try his hand at target practice by hitting an apple placed on Felix 's head. He eggs Henry on as the Lost Boys begin chanting for him to do it.

At the last moment, he changes his target and fires the shaft at Pan, who catches the arrow with ease.

Instead of being angry, Pan looks at Henry with satisfaction and pulls him aside to show him something. As they sit on a log, Pan explains the benefits of Neverland as a place no one ever tells anyone what to do.

Henry doesn't think he belongs on the island, but Pan states they have all been waiting for him for a very long time.

Pan calls Henry the savior of magic, and believes it was not a coincidence that a child was born from the greatest of light and dark.

Then Pan takes out a piece of rolled up paper, containing a drawing of Henry, and gives it to him. After accepting the paper, Henry tosses it to the ground and says he doesn't believe him.

During the night, the Lost Boys rejoice with music and dance in celebration of Henry's arrival, but Pan notices the savior of magic himself isn't joining in.

He tries to encourage him with a pan flute song, but Henry is unable to hear the instrument, surprising Pan.

From the corner, Pan sees Felix return to camp after going to capture Baelfire, now called Neal , who came back to the island for Henry.

Felix brings news of Neal's escape, and his discovery of some of their unconscious sentries who were knocked out by a sleeping spell.

From this, Pan gathers that Mr. Gold and Neal have reunited and joined forces. Though Felix advises moving Henry to another location before the duo snatch him back, Pan is not afraid of them.

When Mr. Gold infiltrates the camp, everyone is put to sleep except for Pan himself. Early on, he calls out a hiding Neal, who then aims and fires an arrow, which Pan catches in his fist by the shaft.

Pan commends him for being clever, but realizes too late that Neal coated the arrow's shaft, not the tip, with squid ink.

As they make off with an unconscious Henry, Pan mentions the prophecy that Mr. Gold wants to keep from coming true by murdering the boy.

Once Neal learns the whole truth about Mr. Gold's previous ploy to kill Henry to prevent the prophecy, he leaves on his own with Henry.

Pan and the Lost Boys corner him and steal Henry back. Gold because doing so made him vulnerable without protection; however, if they had not separated, Henry would be the one in danger.

Even though Neal intends to do whatever it takes to get Henry back, Pan points out the real problem is no one walks off the island without his leave.

Neal boasts he already did that once before, but is left unsure when Pan reminds him where he is now and everyone is exactly where they should be.

At the sound of Henry groggily waking up, Pan ushers some of the Lost Boys to take a shouting Neal away to an unknown holding location.

Returning Henry to camp, Henry wakes up and seems to recall hearing his father calling him, which is impossible since he's dead.

Pan gives comforts Henry with the knowledge that it makes sense for him to dream about things lost as well as hopes of his family coming to rescue him, but soon he will find new things to dream of that will come true.

He shares his own experience of having once done that, revealing Neverland as a place where new dreams are born and believes Henry can bring that magic back.

He also offers himself and the Lost Boys as Henry's new family. Then Pan announces he will play a song in honor of Henry.

This time, Henry hears the pipe notes and is drawn into the dancing crowd. Impressed by Henry's quickness in using a stick to block Devin's attacks, he persuades him to use his power of belief to create a real sword.

A moment later, the wooden stick in Henry's hand melts into a sharp, gleaming sword. Armed with a better weapon, Henry easily undermines his opponent's skill in defending himself as the crowd of Lost Boys cheer in approval, slashing Devin's spear to pieces as well as drawing a cut on his cheek.

Henry, not meaning to take things so far, is quick to apologize and drops his sword in dismay. Still, Pan promises that Lost Boys never have to apologize while placing the sword back in Henry's hand, then raises the boy's arm into the air as the camp entourage roars in approval.

Hook is not interested, so Pan offers to give him and Emma a safe way out of Neverland. Hook is adamant that Emma could never leave her son behind.

Since she already did once, Pan suggests if it happens again, Hook can be there to help her pick up the pieces.

While Hook continues to show little care for the deal, Pan can discern the pirate is indeed interested since he is a survivalist, which makes self-preservation very important.

To affirm Hook is in on their arrangement, he wants him to kill David at the top of the peak. Hook reasons that either way David will die from the effects of Dreamshade, but Pan wants to see him murdered in cold blood.

Hook answers by challenging his authority, so Pan reminds him of what happened the last time he came to the island and didn't listen, alluding to the mishap with the pirate's brother.

Hook disobeys him and saves David's life instead of committing butchery. In the jungle, Pan confronts him about the rejected offer.

Hook is happy to say he doesn't need his help with Emma. Pan mocks him for thinking one little kiss means anything, though Hook perceives Emma is finally seeing who he really is.

To this, Pan defines him as a one-handed pirate with a drinking problem, which sounds less than appealing. Hook murmurs he is a man of honor, so Pan presents a conflict with his budding romance—Neal is alive and in Neverland.

He leaves it up to Hook to tell Emma the news or not. Regrouping with Felix, Pan checks up on a caged and drugged up Neal.

He orders for their prisoner to be strung up beside another cage holding someone else. Pan interrupts Mr.

Gold while he is attempting to use foresight to look into the future to tell him it's not possible on the island since Neverland is a place where time stands still.

Gold promises that he may not be able to see the future, but can make one happen. Pan looks dubious at his threat, stating he made Mr.

Gold his favorite breakfast, eggs in a basket, which are actively cooking on a pan over the low campfire and that he looks like he needs it.

Gold insists he's fine, but Pan names all the things that have happened since losing Neal again, and getting Henry is out of the question because he simply doesn't have enough power to go through with the sacrifice.

Pan brings up the silver lining in Mr. Gold's cloudy life, which the latter believes is by killing him, all troubles will be gone. He looked over at you at the sound of your giggle and blushed when he realised you had been watching him.

Originally posted by liveasheroes. From then on you had tried to get close to the boy, whose name turned out to be Otis, but it had turned out seemingly more difficult than you thought.

You had never really been interested in guys before, and had reserved yourself from them even more after a rumor at your old school spread that you were a slut who had banged one of your teachers.

Little did anyone else know, that you were in fact still a virgin and your teacher had tried to hit on you during a detention after school, which you very aggressively turned down by punching him in the face and breaking his nose.

But of course no one would believe the word of a 17 year old girl over a teacher, so you were ultimately expelled and forced to exchange to a new school.

You were to meet this unknown sex wizard in the abandoned toilets at the back of the school during lunch. What seems to be the problem?

You sat in silence for a moment, before breaking out into a fit of laughs into what he had just said and soon enough he was laughing along with you.

You had spent the remainder of your lunch break talking to the therapist about your crush, but you never revealed who he was, scared that the therapist may pass the message on.

You were relived you had spoken to him though, as you had enjoyed talking to him and he had given you some good advice. The next day you decided you would try to approach Otis head on, rather than through his friend Eric.

All you needed was a perfect opportunity to speak to him alone. You rode in to school early on your bike and waited by the bike rack to greet Otis when he arrived.

But of course he was with Eric. They both smiled back at you, and you were about to initiate a conversation with Otis, when Eric suddenly pulled you in and began walking next to you, linking his arm with yours and putting a barrier between you and Otis.

You, Otis and Eric gathered around to try and see what was going on, when suddenly everyone turned and began to stare at you.

So much for a fresh start. You were unsure what to do, but as soon as you heard the whispers in the crowd of people calling you a slut and a whore, you could no longer stand their scrutinizing glares.

You fled the scene, ignoring the calls from Eric and rushed to the only safe place you knew- the abandoned toilets at the back of the school.

You needed to be alone and gather your thoughts. You flung the door open and headed straight into one of the cubicles and began to throw up.

Your mind was spinning out of control, remembering the awful hate comments you had to endure at your previous school and the haunting touch of your teachers hand on your thigh.

You jump at the sound of the voice and look up to see Maeve staring anxiously down at you, pulling you out of your panic attack. Apparently I bit a guys foreskin whilst giving him head, but in reality he tried to kiss me and I turned him down.

People can be right dick heads, you just have to deal with it. You were surprised at how open she was being with you, but now you understood why she was so abrupt with you on your first day.

She listened to your story and ended up comforting you, before you decided it would be best to head back to class.

He only tells me so that I can offer him occasional advice. You were in too much shock to ask him what the other reason was and closed your locker.

No longer wanting to deal with school, and the embarrassment that was your life, you decided to skip. You were walking along the river, enjoying the feeling of the sun on your face and the warm breeze passing through your hair.

The sense of freedom you felt from the surrounding area was the only thing you liked about moving to the country, along with crushing on a certain someone.

You let out a sigh. You were so conflicted with your feelings. And now he would definitely think you fancied someone else, making it even more difficult for you to approach him and hint that the one you had feelings towards was him!

You looked up towards the bridge and had to cover your eyes with your hand to see through the glare of the sun.

They continue their journey and eventually reach the same Dreamshade that killed Liam, Hook's brother. Hook reveals that there isn't actually a sextant, angering the prince.

Hook is forced to knock Charming out and then he collects Neverland's magical waters. After waking the prince up, Hook explains that the water will save his life, but he won't be able to leave Neverland.

Charming agrees and drinks the water, curing him. He then realizes Hook lied to him because he knew he wouldn't come just to save himself.

When they return to the girls, they claim Pan got the satchel first. After Hook and Emma kiss, following the pirate saving the life of her father , Peter Pan informs Hook, in a provocative way, that Bae is actually alive and in Neverland , and leaves Hook to share this with Emma if he wants to.

Then, the villain meets with his Lost Boys and orders that Neal's cage be hung up along another cage containing someone else Pan appears before Rumple when the latter is attempting to see the future and he informs the Dark One that he can't predict a future in a place where time stands still.

Rumple says that he could create one, and Pan is surprised that he's actually being threatened, especially since he made Rumple his favorite breakfast: eggs in a blanket.

Pan, eating the eggs because Rumple won't, tries to convince the Dark One to go back to Storybrooke and start a new family with Belle , as he's already lost Neal yet again and Henry is unobtainable as Rumple would have to go through him, which Pan knows he cannot do.

Rumple refuses to leave his family behind, but Pan assures him that saving them is pointless as he cannot be forgiven, pointing out that Rumple himself still hasn't forgiven his own father.

The demon child soon retreats into the jungle, leaving Rumple to ponder, and later sees that Emma and the rest of the Jolly Roger crew are currently trekking through the jungle in order to rescue Neal.

Amused, Pan decrees that Neal be moved to the Echo Caves, as the only way his enemies will be able to save him is if they spill their deepest, darkest secrets, thus weakening them.

Pan externally feels that someone, Ariel , has left Neverland , and tells Felix to alert John and Michael in Storybrooke in order to put a halt to whatever the mermaid is up to; he then requests to see his friend in the other cage.

Now reassured that his family is coming for him, Henry starts to question Pan, who assures him that he's not been lying to him.

Henry then theorizes that Pan has his family prisoner, and so decides to sneak out of the camp to investigate. In order to trick the child into believing he has to save magic, Pan frees his prisoner in the other cage: Wendy , who is blackmailed to do his will at the expense of her two brothers.

Henry follows Felix, who's carrying a bag of apples, to a tree house, and inside, where he's expecting to find his family, he finds a girl Wendy lying in a bed, and she tells the boy that she's dying because Neverland's magic is deteriorating, and she needs him to save it so that she may live.

Henry feels sympathy for the girl, especially after learning that she was friends with his father Baelfire , and his faith in Pan is reaffirmed, much to the demon child's satisfaction; he commends Wendy on her performance.

Pan later takes Henry to a part of the island where Skull Rock is visible; he tells the kid that that's where he'll save magic, and Wendy's life, but warns him that it may require some sacrifice.

Henry assures his captor that he's up to the task. Pan tends to Wendy , reminding Henry that only magic can save her, which only Henry can save if he truly believes.

After Henry assures Pan that he does, Pan announces to the camp of Lost Boys that Henry is ready to fulfill his destiny.

Pan and Henry then row out to Skull Rock , where Pan casts a protection spell behind them, before entering the cave with Henry.

Once inside the cave, Pan shows Henry a giant hourglass, telling him that it shows how much magic is left in Neverland , and it is almost empty.

Pan then briefly leaves Henry alone, saying he has something to take care of. Peter goes to see Rumple , knowing he would be able to get past his protection spell as he has no shadow.

Pan asks why Gold hasn't told anybody who he really is and offers his son one last chance to move on and be together, reminding Rumple that he also abounded his son.

But Rumple points out the difference: that he regretted his decision ever since. Gold then opens Pandora's Box, hoping to trap his father and save Henry, but Pan reveals that he switched it for a fake.

He holds up the real box and traps his son inside. Pan returns to Henry, saying it is time to save magic and that he must literally give him the heart of the truest believer.

Henry, knowing that all magic comes at a price, demands the true cost of giving away his heart, as Pan informs him it would mean Henry must stay in Neverland.

Henry accepts this, knowing that heroes must make sacrifices and content with knowing his family would be proud of him, so Pan enchants his hand to allow him to remove his heart.

The three parents combined attempt to persuade the boy not to, but wanting to be a hero, Henry tells his parents that he loves them before putting his heart in Pan, sending a shock of magic through the land.

As Pan grows more powerful, Henry collapses to the floor and his parents rush to his side in horror. Now infused with the heart of the truest believer, Pan flies away from Skull Rock after being cut from enraged Emma , and Regina notes that the blonde drew blood; this means that they can hurt him, and if they can hurt him, they can kill him.

Henry's two mothers, along with Mary Margaret , soon go looking for Pan so that they may save Henry, and Mary Margaret is drawn in by Pandora's Box which is sitting on a rock.

Knowing that Rumple is inside, and that he's David's only hope of being cured of Dreamshade, she makes a grab for it, but this causes her, Emma and Regina to be magically tied to a tree that forces one to reflect upon their regrets.

Pan then emerges, taking the box and shocking the ladies with the revelation of his heritage with Rumplestiltskin, before taunting them about the regrets they're currently being faced with; he reminds Emma of giving Henry up for adoption, and Snow of sending her daughter through a wardrobe and off to Maine.

He then approaches Regina, who he believes has the most regrets of all, but the Queen reveals that she does not. She says that, despite all the horrible things she's done, she regrets none of it because it all led her to Henry.

And with that, she breaks free of the vines binding her to the tree and rips her son's heart from Pan's body, leaving him there.

When the heart is returned to Henry aboard the Jolly Roger and the ship begins to fly back to Storybrooke , his vile great-grandfather appears aboard and attempts to take his heart again.

However, he is unable to due to a protection spell cast by Regina. He then attempts to tear Henry's shadow from his body, but is caught by a now free Rumple who traps his father inside Pandora's Box.

As this is happening, Pan transfers his consciousness into his great-grandson with magic, causing the two of them to switch minds.

Due to this, Pan, who's in Henry's body, remains free, whereas Henry, who's in Pan's body, is trapped in the box to no one's knowledge.

Pan later offers his trusty Lost Boy Felix some food as Henry, before admitting who he really is; he states that he never fails, and Pan and his sidekick begin plotting on their way back to Storybrooke.

Pan, in Henry's body, returns to Storybrooke aboard the Jolly Roger in guise of the little boy, with all Henry's family and friends believing his charade.

After being met with a warm welcome, he attempts to gain the others' trust by getting Felix sent to jail, but Emma notices something is up with the child when she gives him back his book of fairytales and he reacts indifferently.

The blonde is further made suspicious when "Henry" requests that he go home with Regina that night, and not her. When being tucked in, he asks the Evil Queen if she brought her vault to Storybrooke, and if her magic is kept inside having read about it in the book , to which she answers positively, wondering why her son would need to know this.

He says that he might need that stuff to protect himself from Pan, but Regina assures him that he's safe with her, and leaves.

Once she does, he gets out of bed and frees the shadow from the ship's sail, allowing it to wreak havoc on the town. The next morning, it murders Mother Superior , and "Henry" and Regina make their way to the scene of the crime, being told by Emma to go somewhere safe; Regina decides to take her son to her vault, much to Pan's delight.

Meanwhile, thinking that Pan is a threat, Emma releases him over the town line and prepares to execute him, but she soon learns that he is in fact Henry in Pan's body, and that the Henry that's currently with Regina is an impostor.

Now in her vault, Pan uses a magical substance to knock out Regina, before stealing the Dark Curse. He then breaks Felix out of jail and explains to his most loyal Lost Boy that he plans to send the residents of Storybrooke into a world of his own dark design.

Peter Pan, still in Henry Mills' body, makes his way to Storybrooke's landmark well alongside Felix , who has brought with him all the ingredients needed for the Dark Curse to be cast.

They are all thrown into the well by Pan, who gloats his victory, but the final ingredient must still be collected: the heart of the thing he loves most.

Felix wonders if that means his son, Rumplestiltskin , but Pan reveals that he never loved Rumple, explaining to his highest ranking Lost Boy that love doesn't just come from romance and family, but from loyalty and friendship With that, Felix's heart is ripped from his body and Pan squeezes it into dust as he drops it into the well.

Green smoke begins to rise from the magical water, the curse taking effect. However, Emma and the others hatch a plan to regain the curse scroll by getting Henry and Pan back into their own bodies so that Regina , the original caster, can tear it and undo the curse altogether, sending everyone back to their home in the Enchanted Forest.

By using the Black Fairy's wand, Rumple is able to cast a spell that accomplishes the first part of this plan, meaning that, whilst the others set out to find Henry and the scroll, Pan wakes up, back in his own body, in Mr.

After expressing his annoyance at never being able to get free of the son he never loved and only burdened him, he reveals that as the one who designed the cuff, it doesn't effect on him.

He then simply takes it off and uses his magic to attach it to Rumple's own wrist, beating up the Dark One and exiting the shop with the aim of murdering Belle and Baelfire , the two people his son loves most.

He magically immobilizes all those on Main Street and, after taking back the scroll, decides to start with his grandson, but Mr.

Gold soon exits his shop as well, intent on stopping his father. Much to Pan's amusement, Rumple says his goodbyes to his loved ones, and the demon manchild reminds his son that he's powerless.

Rumple reminds his father in turn that, while he may have lost his shadow. With that, he summons it and regains the magical dagger he previously gave it, using this to stab Pan in the back.

Dying, Pan returns to his former adult form of Malcolm, and begs his son to stop, saying that they can still be happy together.

But Rumple tells his father that he's a villain— and villains don't get happy endings. He then plunges the dagger deeper into Malcolm's back, causing a bright glow to ensue.

This glow consumes them both, and soon enough, there is nothing left but the curse scroll. Peter Pan and Rumplestiltskin are now both dead.

After the death of Captain Hook , Rumple is blackmailed by Emma to lead a crusade into the Underworld in order to find and resurrect him.

When they have trouble locating the deceased pirate though, and with the Underworld looking just like a demented version of Storybrooke , Rumple decides to head to his shop where he thinks he might just have something that will help them.

However, this shop is run by Peter Pan down in the Underworld, for his soul was transported there following his death.

He appears to Rumple wearing a sharp suit and offering him the Ale of Sinead as a sign of goodwill. He wants to make amends, and also to return to the land of the living.

He says that he meant what he said before he died, that he and Rumple can be happy together, and goes on to tell him that the people he came down with are not his friends.

And, since Pan needs to trade places with a living soul if he is to return, he could benefit from getting rid of one of them.

He suggests that Rumple make it so that one of the "heroes" doesn't make the trip back— while his dear old dad does.

Rumple naturally refuses, although he does accept the ale, suggesting that perhaps he is ready to start putting the past behind him like Pan wants.

Rumple returns to the shop , expecting to find his father, but all he discovers is a note left by Pan on the counter.

In the note, Pan addresses Rumple as his son and tells him that the shop is his to do with as he wishes, adding that his offer still stands.

It goes on to instruct the addressee to use what's in the case — which has been left beside it — if he wants to accept said offer.

Pan ends the note by saying that they can be a family again, signing off as "your father", and Rumple inspects Pan's pan flute before locking up and using what his father has left behind.

He creates a crystal ball using the ingredients in the shop, which allows him to view who he wants.

He wants to view Baelfire to see where he ended up after death, but instead he views Belle ; since he wanted to view his child, he correctly arrives at the conclusion that Belle is pregnant, Shocked about this.

After Belle puts herself under a sleeping curse to freeze her pregnancy, Rumple is deeply upset by what she has done to herself, wanting desperately to fix things for her.

Soon he arrives at the conclusion that it was Zelena who gave her the idea to put herself under the curse; while he can't hurt the Wicked Witch because of a deal he made with her, he can use another deal he has on the table as a loophole: the one with Pan.

Pan still wants to trade places with a living soul in order to return to life, and so Rumple considers allowing him to trade places with Zelena.

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