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    Default Re: Who wrote Henry's book?

    I feel like Rumpel is the best option as he knew about the curse before it was enacted (he planned/created it), so he could have made it so the curse while terrible, would create the book.

    Or Rumpel created the book before the curse took effect and ensured that it would cross over to Storybrooke.

    My real question is how did August know about the book? Why did he modify it after arriving at Storybrooke.

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    I have to believe that the storybook came from Neverland; I mean stories are imagination right? Imagination exists in Neverland and therefore the book came from there.
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    Considering the Author is someone we already know, lives in Storybrooke and is magical, here are my suggestions:
    1) August. He wrote a chapter in season 1 after all, though he could've simply copied the style. Now that I think about it, why wasn't Pinocchio's story in the book to begin with? Because he wasn't part of the curse?

    2) Snow White. She had the book originally.

    3) Henry, maybe from the future or with a split personality. He'd care enough about Regina to create the extra page.

    4) Jiminy Cricket. He's the conscience guy and hasn't been used in friggin AGES.


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    I'm betting the author is a character we haven't seen yet. Perhaps the Sorcerer (The Sorcerer and the Apprentice).
    Last edited by pscard; January 1st, 2015 at 10:42 AM.

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    Default Re: Who wrote Henry's book?

    Maybe, since we do now know there are all those blank books in his place.

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    Default Re: Who wrote Henry's book?

    Walt Disney ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by txlucky1 View Post
    Walt Disney ;-)
    They directly denied this. :-)


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    Default Re: Who wrote Henry's book?

    I'm sure, but it's a cute idea.

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    Default Re: Who wrote Henry's book?

    I'm fairly confident it's August, since he's coming back for 4B.


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    How so? Didn't august get killed?

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    Default Re: Who wrote Henry's book?

    August didn't die. He turned younger and became a real boy.

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    Default Re: Who wrote Henry's book?

    Quote Originally Posted by pscard View Post
    August didn't die. He turned younger and became a real boy.
    Besides, it might be a flashback. Like how he found out how to find Baelfire.


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    Default Re: Who wrote Henry's book?

    A fairy tale version of the Fates. They decide to go modern and use a book instead of a floor loom. Besides, a book is more portable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rushy View Post
    Besides, it might be a flashback. Like how he found out how to find Baelfire.
    It wasn't a flashback. Here's the scene:


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    Quote Originally Posted by pscard View Post
    It wasn't a flashback. Here's the scene:

    Thank you, but I meant his return in season 4 might be a flashback.


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    Default Re: Who wrote Henry's book?

    Alright, so August's back now and we've met the Author.
    I have a new theory: August will be the next Author. Think about it, he's already written a story in the book, he is a writer... who says he won't get the quill? Maybe he already has it!


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    Default Re: Who wrote Henry's book?

    So how did everyo9ne like the idea of Henry being the author? I loved it. he has the heart of the truest believer after all!

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    Now I can blame the show's decline on Henry's fanfiction.


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    I wonder.. Will we see any after effects of no new ruler 'down under' now that the devil's a gonner..

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    Quote Originally Posted by garhkal View Post
    I wonder.. Will we see any after effects of no new ruler 'down under' now that the devil's a gonner..
    King Arthur took over the Underworld(at least he said he would), so I doubt it.


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