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I really hate the Blue Fairy.
The finale just proved the love of a parent and child is enough to count as true loves kiss.
The Blue fairy is a goddamn bitch.
She didn’t want Rumple’s curse broken, she wanted him GONE. Because there are other forms of magic, and he could get them without the corruption of the Dark One’s power. Case in point, the Fairy Godmother’s wand.
But no. She couldn’t tell Bae that his love for his father could break the curse, without having to sacrifice the world they know. That would mean he was still there. Let’s not think about the friends Bae had, the life he knew, the kid himself. No. The Great Blue Fairy only cares about the curse of the Dark One’s powers, the threat to her own supremacy.
I’m surprised she lived after Belle nearly broke it, because, my god, I would have gone and tracked her down, stuck the bitch in a bottle and asked “WHY? WHY DID YOU NOT TELL MY SON ABOUT THIS MOST POWERFUL MAGIC?”
Did she not think anyone could love him? That’s bullshit, anyone with eyes could see that Balefire loved his father, and that love was returned.
I think the Blue Fairy has no capacity for love, look at how she broke up Dreamy and Nova, just because it went against what she thought of as the way things must be. People say Rumple is selfish, but I think compared to the Blue Fairy, he’s a goddamn saint.
Every bit of suffering in the series can be placed at the door of one of two women with magic. The Blue Fairy, (anything to do with Rumple, Grumpy and Nova, possibly others) and Cora (anything to do with Regina)
Hell, I wouldn’t be surprised to find out that they were related in some way. Maybe the Blue Fairy was the one who got Cora where she was.
I hate the Blue Fairy. Hate. Anyone else?
Why I can't blame Neal
Okay, so I found Neal’s reaction when first seeing Emma to be a little “douchy”
I mean… he acts as if he is surprised when he says “Emma?”- um HELLO - of course you knew it was her.. you WERE just running from her. And it’s not like a “oh gawd, Emma, I’ve missed you” Emma it’s a “whadda ya doing herrreee?! huhhhh?!”
So yea, not pleased with that.
I also think that when he said that he would have “stayed away from her” that it could have been perceived as him saying that he wouldn’t have mingled in her life and made it even more complicated. It also could have been he is a douche, but I am waiting to see what he actually meant by that before I judge.
But I can’t really blame the bar scene where he is telling her why he left her. I mean, he didn’t know that she was pregnant and I can honestly say that if I was selfless, I would do the same thing for the person I loved if I thought it was in their best interest in the end.
HE WANTED TO GIVE HER THE GIFT OF GOING HOME AND LIVING WITH HER PARENTS, LIKE THE WAY HE WISH HE COULD GO BACK TO HIS.
This is basically like Emma giving up Henry because she wanted to give him his best chance. Sure, things COULD have gone okay if either stuck around, but in the end, it was in the act of selfless love.
He thought he was doing her a favor. The boy that is haunted every night by the fact that both of his parents LEFT him for other “crap”.
So yea, I don’t view him as a bad guy. Just a poor fellow that was thrust into this horrible mess of fate.
P.S. How the hell does he know that the curse was created by his father in search for him?
Obviously, I don’t update terribly often. There are reasons for this though. Mostly that A. I have school and other important things I have to get to. B. There isn’t much news regarding the movie or the series otehrwise. And C. I lack photoshop skills of any kind, so I am unable to make pretty things for you guys. But I hope to learn sometime, so then I can make some.
Until then, I’ll do what I can. And if any of you do have photoshop skills or have been itching to run a sweep blog, well by all means, please submit. I can’t actually make you an admin though because I started this as a secondary blog. :[ Or else I’d have to give you the password to my regular blog too, and that’s not likely.
And in case anyone is wondering, Balefire is pretty great. Has the same feel of the Sweep magick, but it’s still really different. And oddly enough, my 4 years of high school french seem to be of some use after all. It’s set in New Orleans so there are some french bits woven in. But you definitely don’t need to know French to thoroughly understand everything. I just enjoy knowing what things mean before the character translates them. I’m on book 2 and it’s lovely. But I must say, it’s not one of those books that I can’t tear myself away from. Or else I would definitely be finished by now. But I’m reading other stuff, and having Balefire to pick up whenever I feel like it, is nice.
As always, thanks for following.