Any idea what Gideon might be up to? And why he'd think you could hinder his plans?
My sword is near useless against Gideon’s magic, which means his concern for my presence in Storybrooke is more indirect. But my weakness offered him a opening.
It allowed him to exploit Emma’s fears and I’ve little doubt that he means to attack before she’s recovered from the blow.
To cut me off from her at the precise moment that would cause her the most pain, without inspiring her anger in return… It’s a strategy I would not have expected from one so newly in town. It has the perceptiveness of an old enemy.