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(Solved) Do They Find The Author In Once Upon A Time?

Emma Swan, Snow White, David Nolan, Regina Mills, Henry Mills, Rumplestiltskin, Maleficent and Cruella De Vil all search for the Author relentlessly, with the heroes’ goal to give Regina a happy ending, while the villains desire to get their own happy endings by destroying the heroes’ happy endings 😊 When Pinocchio reveals that the Author is trapped in the storybook, Henry finds the key at the Sorcerer’s mansion and frees Isaac from the storybook 😁 David and Snow recognize him as the peddler that they have once met, so Isaac flees 🙌 Rumplestiltskin meets Isaac, who takes Isaac along. There, it becomes clear that Cruella had met Isaac back in 1920 England. Cruella killed her mother. Isaac took her power to kill other people, and he tells Snow and David about it when Cruella takes Henry hostage. Emma does not know and kills Cruella. Regina gets the right ink by mixing a bit of Lily’s blood with hers, which is darkened with Emma. Regina decides she does not want Isaac to create Zelena mills, so Isaac gets irritated. He leaves Rumplestiltskin with magic ink. Writes another story The happy endings of the villains. But the ending is not what it seems. Isaac has lost all of his work. Isaac tries to escape, but is captured by Snow and David. They take him into custody and reveal that he had written and altered Charmings to harm Maleficent, her daughter, and the couple. This was all because he mistakenly believed they were their bosses. Isaac is held in an asylum under the hospital. [1]
Isaac is a storyteller by trade and becomes a television salesman to help increase sales. He fails to persuade a customer to purchase a television in December 1966. His boss has to intervene. Isaac receives a mail from a book publisher asking him to visit them after being criticized by his boss. He is surprised to find the Apprentice at his door. The Apprentice offers Isaac a variety of pens, and asks him for one. Isaac picks the quill that glows, and it is clear that he will be the next Author. After a short explanation of the Author’s purpose, the Apprentice leads Isaac to another realm. “Operation Mongoose Part 1” [2]
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Isaac, a self-described storyteller, becomes a TV salesman in an attempt to increase consumer sales. He fails to persuade a customer to purchase a television in December 1966. His boss then intervenes and changes the situation. Isaac is irritated by his boss for his poor customer service skills and checks his mail pile to find a request from the book publishing company. Unknowingly, Isaac meets the Apprentice who offers several pens to him and then asks for his choice. Isaac picks the quill that glows, and it is clear that he will be the next Author. After a short explanation of the Author’s purpose, the Apprentice leads Isaac to another realm. “Operation Mongoose Part 1” [3]
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Mary Margaret, a Storybrooke teacher, finds a book full of fairy tales in her loft cupboard one morning. Henry, one of her students is looking sad on the school grounds. Henry expresses his frustration at not being part of Storybrooke, and believes that Regina isn’t his mother. Henry is cheered up by his adoptive mother Regina, who gives him the storybook. She explains that the stories within the book signify that things can get better for Henry if they hold on to hope. As he flips through his book, he sees a photograph of a Princess. He briefly recognizes Mary Margaret as the princess when he glances up. The prince and the princess are holding an infant girl on a separate page. He mysteriously recognizes her name as Emma. (“Going Home”) [4]
Pinocchio, watching over a young Emma in 1990, finds her homeless. He also attempts to warm her by lighting pages from a fairytale novel, after which she fled from a home for children. She stops him from ruining the pages of The Ugly Duckling tale and gives him insight on how fairytales are about transformation. Pinocchio explained that the ugly duckling is a Swan, even though Emma believed it was always one. He had also said that belief can transform a duckling into a Swan if they believe in the right things. This is how he convinces Emma that she doesn’t want to live on the streets and that even though she’s runinguning away from her home in the past, she’s winingining’t give up hope of finding a better one. Emma is encouraged by his words and goes to police to get help. She gives her last name to “Swan” to honourr Pinocchio’s advice about the ugly duckling, as well as the power of believing in yourself. (“Tougher than all the rest”) [5]
Jeanne Bergman, onceuponatime.fandom.comCruella was already there waiting to receive Henry when he arrived at the Underworld’s mayoral office looking for maps. When she questions Henry about Emma’s death, Cruella talks to him about how he can escape the Underworld. He could be going for the best or worst place. She knows she’s likely to be the one, so she tells Henry to get the Author’s pen and bring her home to the land where she lives. The news is fast moving in the Underworld as everybody heard that Henry was the new Author. He had also broken the pen. Cruella points out that Henry does not know one thing. The pen is magical, living and he has broken it in order to send it to the Underworld. He doesn’t believe the pen serves its purpose. He should retrieve it and grant her whatever she wishes. Cruella says that Henry may not see the value of what it brings, but Henry believes Emma is a good person and will bring her back to life. Henry claims that he is finding no work in Robin Hood’s office after he returns home to Henry. (“Labor of Love”) (last modified 50 days ago, by Shunta Kinney of Ruian in China). [6]
Henry summons Emma at the dock next day. She quickly responds by miraculously showing up. He pulls away just before she can touch his hand. Henry recollects his resentment last night. She apologizes, but Henry convinces her that she is not referring to him. Emma is hesitant to let Regina approach her, and Regina insists that Emma leave Henry. Emma then coolly asks Regina if she fears Henry will reveal the truth about Camelot. Regina confronts Emma about the memory erase. Emma says that she has cast the curse which cannot be broken since there’s not a saviourr now. Henry urges Regina to go for it, but Emma says they have won’t be able to break the curse since Emma isn’t on their side anymore and Regina lacks the will to become a saviorr. Emma warns Regina and Henry that they have to leave the town together before solving the problem. The problem is a fury that kidnaps Robin Hood, claiming she was paying the unpaid price for magic six weeks earlier. Regina, her friends, defeat the fury. Townpeople and Camelot new visitors enjoy a quiet evening in the restaurant, where Henry notices Violet gazing at the music. After explaining how the jukebox works, he puts money into it and chooses “Only You.” Violet senses that the song’s melody is familiar, even though neither Henry nor she remember it being the one they have heard at the Camelot Ball. Violet tells Henry her name and they exchange their names six weeks after it occurred. (“The Price”) (thanks Larrissa Titus of Zarqa in Jordan for this information). [7]
Isaac is a storyteller by trade and becomes a television salesman to help increase sales. He fails to persuade a customer to purchase a television in December 1966. His boss has to intervene. Isaac receives a mail from a book publisher asking him to visit them after being criticized by his boss. He is surprised to find the Apprentice at his door. The Apprentice offers Isaac a variety of pens, and asks him for one. Isaac picks the quill that glows, and it is clear that he will be the next Author. After a short explanation of the Author’s purpose, the Apprentice leads Isaac to another realm. “Operation Mongoose Part 1” [8]

Article references

  1. https://ouaat.fandom.com/wiki/Isaac_Heller
  2. https://onceuponatime.fandom.com/wiki/Isaac_Heller
  3. https://onceuponatime.fandom.com/wiki/Authors
  4. https://onceuponatime.fandom.com/wiki/Henry’s_Once_Upon_a_Time_Book
  5. https://onceuponatime.fandom.com/wiki/August_Booth
  6. https://onceuponatime.fandom.com/wiki/Author’s_Pen
  7. https://onceuponatime.fandom.com/wiki/Henry_Mills
  8. https://onceuponatimeabc.fandom.com/wiki/Isaac_Heller
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