|Posted by Once Upon A Fan on August 6, 2012 at 11:30 AM|
“You might want to find a place to hide your majesty...” Mother Superior a.k.a. The Blue Fairy, threatened as the thin film of magic that had awoken them mere moments ago settled.
That is about as far as I got while attempting to write a fan fiction in which the Blue Fairy was the evil mastermind.
Then I thought, if I had enough evidence to write a fan fiction then why couldn't it be true? We know how Rumple stumbled into magic, and that for Regina it was practically a birth rite. But we do not know the story of the Blue Fairy - we have heard no such sob story except for omniscient wisdom.
Now again I wouldn't doubt that we may eventually find out her personal tale as the story goes on in Season 2, but lets see what her standpoint seems to be now. Her threat to Regina could be understood as, like everyone else's, being mad her life was 'taken away'. However, saying that seemed a little harsh for her usual compassionate self.
Most of you may not yet see the evil in this; so lets take a look at some OUAT fairy associated things:
For example, episode 3 (Snow Falls), Snow is carrying around fairy dust - dangerous dust that “turns your foe into a form that is easily squashed” which she obtained from a “bad fairy”. Perhaps Snow got that dust from the Blue Fairy - no exact evidence yet on that claim.
But in conjunction with utilizing fairy magic, let us turn to episode 4 (Price of Gold), when Cinderella gets a special red quill to entrap Rumple. She asked, “What if this magic also has a price?” and Prince Thomas said he'd pay it - which he most definitely did. He went missing when he went to fetch a pail of water. Of course Ella blames Rumple at first but as epic as Rumple is, it is very unlikely he was responsible for Thomas' disappearance. Evidence for this is that we saw a small rustle in the bushes besideThomas the moment he vanished - could it be the the price of the Blue Fairies magic?
Also if you take a look at Diane's interview of the Blue Fairy (Keegan Conner Tracy), they touch upon this topic. It also served to remind me of Ruel Ghorm (meaning Blue Star *whoa right!*) as the most powerful being in all the land.
In conclusion I'd like to pose the question; Is the Blue Fairy 'top dog'?
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