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Name: Rumpelstiltskin, ‘The Dark One,’ Mr. Gold Appearance (Rumpelstiltskin): Appearance (Mr. Gold): Age: Unknown, at least 300 years old.
Affiliation: Neutral Evil
Status and Job: Mr. Gold, Pawnbroker and Antiques Salesman, Sorcerer
Magic Capabilities: There is very little that Rumpelstiltskin can’t do, however he is limited to realm jumping on a whim, forcing someone to fall in love and bringing back the dead. Being the best person to understand magic coming with a price, there isn’t anything he can’t or won’t do to remain superior against other magic users.
Weapons: Rumpelstiltskin mainly uses his magic as a weapon, however he is known to use items such as daggers and swords from time to time. He also has a bad habit of beating people around with his cane.
Skills: Mr. Gold has the ability to outright make you squirm. He knows how to pull all the right strings to make his puppets (you) dance; and since what he has to offer is always so much greater than what others have to offer him, he can keep the puppet show going on for years at a time. He's a phenomenal negotiator, always making sure that he comes out on top in some way, even if it's just the simple notion of taking something useless to him while downright precious to someone else. He also has an uncanny way of telling when he is being lied to, and often-times calls the liar out on it.
Talents: Mr. Gold spends what little free time he has reading and tidying up the shop and his home or more often than not, spinning at his spinning wheel. He seems to have a hand in knowledge in most everything; from gardening to basic medicine. A real jack-of-all-trades.
Strengths: Magic and Power, both of which he has the up-most control over. As the town's pawnbroker, Mr. Gold pretty much has his hand in everyone's lives in one way or another. Whether it be exchanging valuable items for some quick cash, or hunting them down for the over-priced rent that seems to keep getting higher and higher, Mr. Gold is always there. However, this isn't necessarily always a bad thing to other people. Mr. Gold hardly passes up an opportunity of making a deal, therefore if someone has the right price to pay, Mr. Gold can get them out of practically anything and he, in return, will benefit from it.
Weaknesses: Rumor has it that there is a magical artifact that can kill The Dark One. Mr. Gold is what a lot of people in Storybrooke would call 'unfriendly.' He hasn't a true friend to his name despite what people might say about his relationship with The Mayor, and with that he is oftentimes seen alone when not making deals with people. He can oftentimes be very head-strong and come off as aggressive and intimidating, making him hard to approach. He also has a vulnerable soft spot in his heart for Belle, his one true love. He is very quick to anger, having a very short temper, especially when someone brings up his past or his lost daughter.
Relationships: Rumpelstiltskin seems to know of just about everyone just about everywhere (across all the realms included), whether or not they know or are aware of him is another story. As such, Mr. Gold knows EVERYONE in Storybrooke, seeing as they have all come to him at some point for help or he had to go to them to hassle them out of rent money. Unfortunately for Storybrooke, everyone also knows Mr. Gold and have a few less than moral stories about their encounters with him in the past. Edric Liddell - Although Mr. Gold personally can't stand Edric for his outrageous personality that is so unlike his own, Mr. Gold has had to take great lengths to reach out to Edric to steer him in the right direction for his own benefit. He doesn't pretend to like Edric, but he keeps an air of civility when speaking with him. Edric was a pawn to Rumpelstiltskin since before they ever met (thanks to his power of foresight). It was because of Rumpelstiltskin that Edric was cursed into the body of The Cheshire Cat for a number of years. It was also because of Rumpelstiltskin that Edric ‘lost’ his sister Alice to The Queen of Hearts, therefore breaking the man down emotionally so that he could build him right back up to the man that he needed Edric to be in order to break Regina’s curse. With the curse now broken, Mr. Gold has no more use of Edric, and could care less about him or his problems. Heather Jekyll - Mr. Gold hasn't spent much time with Faye in Storybrooke for obvious reasons. She doesn't like him and he doesn't like her. He went through various means to bring the Doctor from another world to him because revealed to him in a vision, there was something about her that he needed to further his plans in Storybrooke for finding Baelfire. While staying at The Dark Castle with him, Rumpelstiltskin made a deal to train Heather in the art of magic, taking her on as his apprentice. There isn't a particular reason he doesn't like the Head Doctor of Storybrooke other than the fact that she has nothing to offer him and has yet to make any sort of deal with him. She is one of the few people who pays rent on time and in full, never having to cause for a squabble or heated discussion where he is used to force his influence into the matter, and that somewhat irks him. Plainly, he has nothing to dislike about her, and that in itself gives him reason to not care for her. Of course, there are a few things that she knows about him that he would have liked to keep to himself, such as the cancer he had while Storybrooke was still cursed, his addiction to cigarettes and alcohol and various other little things that could tarnish his reputation. Evelyn Hyde - Mr. Gold finds Evelyn Hyde absolutely fascinating. He knows her to be a woman who will get the job done, regardless of who is in her way and what lengths it takes to get there. He can relate to this woman, and on a few occasions the two of them were able to just sit down and have a pleasant conversation about such things. It doesn't happen very often, but Evelyn seems to be one of the only people in Storybrooke he would be willing to seek out of pleasantries. He has also made a deal with the woman that he would not harm a hair on Heather Jekyll’s head so long as she cooperates when he wishes to speak with her counterpart. A second deal made between the two was for his aide to help Heather in finding a way to get Edric and the others back from where the portal sent them in exchange for killing Regina in cold blood, but since Evelyn kept Regina alive, that deal is no longer in effect. Ruby Lucas - After a very awkward time nearly five years ago when his guilt got the better of him and offered a very drunk Ruby Lucas a ride home in the middle of a pouring thunderstorm, the young woman tried making a physical pass at him within his own car. Mr. Gold, of course, did not appreciate the notion and stopped his car immediately, kicking her right back out onto the streets to walk the rest of the way home. He is unsure whether or not the waitress remembers this, but he makes an avid point of avoiding her...just in case. His brush with Ruby as Red back in their home land is minimal save for healing her injuries when she took on Belle in her beast form to save the village from her blood lust. It was also Rumpelstiltskin who gave her grandmother the red cloak that keeps her from transforming to the wolf. Granny - Mr. Gold has a complicated relationship with old Widow Lucas. The headstrong woman always gives him trouble when rent is due, and most times than naught she's unafraid to voice her open opinion on him. He owns the Bed and Breakfast, but not the diner, which causes a bit of trouble any time he wants to eat out and the woman goes out of her way to make sure it isn't a pleasant experience, whether it being charging extra for stupid little fees he's never heard about, or 'accidentally' getting his order wrong. Back in The Enchanted Forest, it was Rumpelstiltskin who Granny went to go see about getting her granddaughter, Red, a magical cloak that would keep her from turning. In exchange, Old Widow Lucas was forced to give up her own grandmother’s heirloom that she held most dear to her. Knox Kowalski - He doesn't bother Knox, and Knox doesn't bother him. Surprisingly enough, Knox's home is one of the very few places in Storybrooke that the Pawnbroker doesn't own, and therefore doesn't even have to bother Knox for rent. His encounter with Knox’s other persona, Night, is minimal at best, though he knows who he is, what he is, how he is… he just doesn’t care nor did Rumpelstiltskin have any need for him. Belle - His life, his true love, his world. Mr. Gold will go to great lengths for Belle, insuring her safety as an over protective body guard of sorts. He will go out of his way to ensure that she has everything she needs and won't hesitate to bring an end to anyone who might even look at her the wrong way. Truly, Belle is the only one that can get through to him when his anger is at a point of no return and he will do whatever it is that she wishes. When those requests don't lie inside of what he personally wants, however, he uses his play on words to get what it is that he wants, while still making Belle happy. It's a very, very complicated relationship. He had imprisoned her father after he lost his way trying to get back home. Belle came to take his place, and has served as his caretaker for many, many months until one day, they shared a kiss and his curse was nearly broken. Angered, he sent her away, setting her free and was forced to watch from a distance as she married Gaston, convinced that he truly didn’t love her. Jealous, Rumpelstiltskin cast a curse on Gaston, turning him into a beast. Belle, the kind soul that she is, went after Gaston and tried to calm him down. Thinking that true loves kiss could break the curse, she kissed him, only for her to take on the curse instead (it not being true love) and killed Gaston in cold blood as the beast. Now with a secret guilt that it was by his hand his Belle has to endure such hardships, he dare not reveal it to her, for he is still a great coward. After he watched her die, only to come back to him in Storybrooke, his protective hold and watch on her has only intensified greatly. Though he still keeps secrets, even from her. Mark Dufresne - Mr. Gold has a strange...sympathy for this man, perhaps for the very same reason the Pawnbroker has sympathy for himself; the loss of a child. He has never spoken to Mark about this particular matter, however, as the curse has just been broken and memories restored, but once in a while when the curse was still active and Mr. Gold hears that the firefighter is having a bit of trouble financially, the rent amount owed to Mr. Gold suddenly goes down... just a bit... Now, with memories restored, he would be more than happy to help Mark with getting his son back. Legally of course. He knows Mark’s other self, Nick Chopper (or, The Tin Man) but their correlation with one another is null. Regina Mills - Someone Mr. Gold loves to hate, and hates to love. Regina may be the worst person around when it comes to Storybrooke even compared to himself, and exactly the wrong person to hold the kind of power she does as Mayor, but she also has her uses as well. Having a very long and complicated history with the disgraced Queen, he keeps her at arms length and on a leash at all times, able to go to her when he needs her, and able to keep her away when he doesn't. There are a few instances that Regina catches him off guard, however, and it is for these reasons alone he wants nothing more than to just end her life to make his just a bit more easy, but refrains from doing so because she can still be worth something to him, relieved somewhat that Hyde wasn’t able to go through and kill her like he had wanted after finding out what she had done to Belle. He knew about Regina before she was even born (thanks to his power of foresight) and even from the day she was born, he had every hand in her upbringing, even if it was from far away and they hadn’t officially met until she was practically a grown woman. He shaped her then even more, training her in magic and twisting her into the heartless bitch she is today; the perfect person to cast his curse for him so that he may be reunited with Baelfire. Mason Mills - He has no idea why, (well yes he does, he just doesn't want to admit it) Mr. Gold has a soft spot for the Mayor's adoptive son. There's something in those wide brown eyes and dimpled smile that simply warms the Pawnbroker's heart, and can't help but to show the boy a great mount of sincerity and gentleness whenever he is around. Thankfully, Mayor Mills hasn't quite caught onto this as of yet because he KNOWS that she will use that against him. Deep in his heart, all he wants is to bring Mason back together with his real father, Nick Chopper, but he does not regret his decision in bringing Mason and Regina together, as it was a beautiful play on his part in his and Regina’s game of chess, and truly, she has proven to be an excellent mother to him. Snow White - The would be Snow White having just come out of her coma, Mr. Gold can't help but to offer his subtle help to the girl whenever he can because he knows that by helping Mary Margaret, he's hurting Regina, and that alone is worthy of any price he would otherwise ask for. His affiliation with Snow goes way back to The Enchanted Forest when she was just a little girl, giving Cora that extra nudge and idea to send her horse running wild to have Regina save her so that King Leopold would want to marry her. Various other deals he has made with the bandit princess span a great number of years, and though Snow always got what she wanted, so did Rumpelstiltskin. David Nolan - Mr. Gold still has no idea what Regina was thinking when she made a different persona for this world's Prince Charming. Well, that's not true he does know what Regina was thinking; nothing. Absolutely nothing. He's a complete joke to the regal prince he had helped to shape over the years, and can't help but to roll his eyes and help push him in the right direction with obvious irritation. Now with the curse broken, and memories restored, Mr. Gold has shown very little interest in helping David in any way, unless the payment in return is something absolutely worth his while. Rumpelstiltskin is responsible for turning the shepherd into a prince, having taken his twin brother while still infants to be placed under the care of King George, when Prince James was killed, Rumpelstiltskin jumped on the opportunity to make David the new prince. This of course, helped his chances to create true love by bringing Charming and Snow White together. Robert Leland - Mr. Gold has an obvious dislike for the town's sheriff, simply because he also happens to be the Mayor's lap dog and play thing. He feels a tinge of pity for the man, who otherwise has no choice but to comply to Her Majesties every wish since it was he who had made that arrangement (indirectly) but now with the knowledge that Robert has gone against Regina and had reunited him with Belle (who he had thought to be dead) he now feels Robert to be a bit more...tolerable... Mother Superior - Grumpy and the other Dwarves - Victor Frankenstein - Cora Mills - Killian Jones - Jefferson Madden -
Brief Bio: Very little is known about Rumpelstiltskin himself, as the rumors about him seem to confuse the truth with each passing year. One solid fact remains, however, is that Rumpelstiltskin used to be an ordinary man, a poor man with a small family that has since vanished (and no one knows as to why). Overcome with the need for power, Rumpelstiltskin cursed himself into becoming The Dark One and has since reigned down horror and trickery upon all those whom he wishes to cross paths with. There is no escaping The Dark One, and once you make a deal with him, there is no going back. In Storybrooke, Mr. Gold is the one guy everyone loves to hate, unfortunately the people of Storybrooke can't 'casually avoid' Mr. Gold the way they can with Madam Mayor, because without a doubt he will find you if need be. He lives with Belle in a large, Victorian-styled estate (a Queen Anne), rivaled to that of Regina's, and runs a pawn shop all on his own. And though they hate him, the people of Storybrooke just can't live without him, as he seems to be the very cornerstone of the small town, keeping everything together and running smooth. Well, as smooth as things can get with a man who loves to watch ants squirm under a magnifying glass. It's not very often, but sometimes Mr. Gold can be caught with a cigarette in his mouth, or a bottle of recently half-emptied scotch sitting on the counter top of his shop when he meant to change the 'Open' sign to 'Closed.' And on top of that, a few people have even swore that they heard him talking to himself when he wasn't aware that they were in his shop. He is always seen with a cane in his hand, helping to aid his bad right leg. How he had come by his injury no one knows for sure. He also seems to be popular with the ladies, though most people pause to wonder on the 'how' and the 'why' though his heart truly, and will always, belong to Belle.
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Name: Edric Liddell, 'Cheshire Cat', Henry Carlyle Appearance (Edric Liddell): Appearance (Henry Carlyle): Appearance (Chsehire Cat): Wardrobe Style: When in The Enchanted Forest, Edric's clothing style is rather elegant, his typical outfit consisting of a frock coat of knee-length or longer over a waistcoat and undershirt of similar colors and patterns, along with dark colored trousers and leather shoes. He keeps a pocket watch and chain in his waistcoat pocket both as an accessory and utility. When in Storybrooke, Henry opts to wear a black or gray tie-less three-piece suit with a white or light blue button-up shirt underneath and slightly beat up brown leather shoes. While in Storybrooke, he keeps a Rotary Gents watch strapped to his left wrist and will don a pair of rectangle-framed tortoiseshell glasses, though it is highly debated if he needs them.
Age: 33 Affiliation: Chaotic Neutral Status & Job: Former Stage Magician, currently Storybrooke English Teacher, Illusionist Magic Capabilities: A highly skilled magic-user, Edric's magical ability is focused more towards deception and misdirection as opposed to more outright offensive (Fireballs, Heart Crushing, etc.) spells. A master of illusion, Edric is capable of tricking the mind of nearly anyone he wishes with powerful hallucinations that affect all five senses. These range from casting such things as simple parlor tricks to creating a false pitfall or conjuring an illusory beast to strike fear and discord into his enemies. Edric is capable of creating illusory copies of himself that are virtually indistinguishable from his real self, using this ability to fool enemies into attacking the copies which simply fade away upon being struck. Edric can alter his or others attire, voice, and physical aspect with seemingly no limit to resemble another person. He can utilize this power to simply change his outfit as the need calls for it, to disguise himself as anyone he so pleases, or to even falsify a condition such as a missing appendage. Edric can use hypnosis as a means to influence the mind of others with subtle commands, though the individual willpower of the victim determines how affected they are. He displays mastery over teleportation, and can easily appear in places seemingly impossible to enter through normal means. Edric can render himself completely invisible to whoever he wishes, utilizing a trick of the mind as opposed to a manipulation of light waves. Edric is capable of using this power on others as well. Lastly, Edric can shift between human and feline form at will, though this power is nullified in Storybrooke. Weapons: None, though he is becoming more fine-tuned to wielding weaponry, preferring throwing knives as a way to deal with enemies while displaying adept skill with a dagger. Skills: Edric was born to be a showman, extremely charismatic and eloquent with a sharp wit to boot. His friendly, cheery demeanor and warm inviting smile are usually enough to defuse any tension in a situation with ease. Edric's natural way with words, as well as an ample amount of ingenuity and creativity make him as capable a liar as he is a speaker, able to spin tales together into capable falsehoods with little-to-no indication of deception. As a result of Edric's apparent maturity upon returning from The Enchanted Forest and Wonderland, he's overcome most, if not all of his emotional turmoil, as well as adopting much of The Cheshire Cat's patience and long-term thinking into his own lifestyle, making him slower, more calculated; less likely to form haphazard plans or make rash actions. Edric is a quick learner, and can pick up on most any skill in a relatively short amount of time, though he finds the creative arts more to his liking as opposed to anything laborious. Because of his interest in such topics, as well as bouncing from job-to-job in New York, Edric displays adept skill in cooking, mixology, singing, dancing, photography, and art. Talents: Edric has inherit dexterity and reflexes that are far above-average, the skills he gained as a street magician only furthering this ability. As such, he can execute sleight of hand, card tricks, and even a bit of pickpocketing with ease when the need calls for it. Though not much of a musician back home, Edric has an inborn talent to play music, specifically the piano, an instrument he is well-practiced in, his natural deftness coming in handy when it comes to playing. Edric is an avid reader of books, his thirst for knowledge coupled with his quick learning allow him to absorb information like a sponge; becoming well-versed in the topics of history, literature, mythology, magic, psychology, philosophy, and religion as a result. Strengths: Edric's time living alone in The Enchanted Forest before being roped into Rumpelstiltskin's plans has left him with a heightened sense of instinct and perception, as well as heightened senses and reflexes. He can sniff out deceit or disguise easily, and is rarely tricked, though it has happened before. Edric is a capable researcher, highly skilled at finding information wherever he can. This makes him well-prepared for most situations that will arise as he constantly hungers for new things to learn. His time spent in poverty in Wonderland before becoming a magician allows him to empathize with the common people, as well as leave him a capable set of "street-smarts". Lastly, Edric is quite aware of his attractive features, and thusly never wastes an opportunity to look nice, whether it be how he styles his hair, dresses, or otherwise presents himself. Though not the richest man around, he strives to look the richest. Weaknesses: Though toning down his licentious, womanizing nature, as well as attempting to grow up and settle down, Edric's biggest weakness still lies in his cowardice and unwillingness to confront issues. He's been a runner for many years, and doesn't have any intentions of stopping. As a result of this, Edric will suppress his issues inside of him, as opposed to openly facing up to them. This causes him to shell up and push away others who would like to help, sometimes adding a cutting or cruel remark in order to ensure they stay away. Secondly, Edric still can be somewhat arrogant at times, due both to his magical prowess, as well as his intelligence. Because of this, he can occasionally come across as rude or insulting, though this is far more subdued than it was before. Lastly, Edric still has the small battle of the nasty smoking and drinking habit he picked up over the course of his life. Though far from out of control, it is still a bad habit he needs to quit. Relationships: Mr. Gold -Strongly dislikes Mr. Gold/Rumpelstiltskin for personal reasons, who shares this animosity in kind. However, the both of them are seen commonly speaking or assisting each other, though this is more likely out of common need than benevolence. Regina Mills -Shares a mutual disdain with The Evil Queen, known in this land as Mayor Regina Mills. Though considering her a nemesis to be vanquished, Edric does revel in the fact that there is information he knows but she does not. Alice Liddell -Had a very deep, loving bond with his thought-deceased sister, Alice; whose return has brought with it much shock and surprise. Though the two have a long way to go in rebuilding the relationship, Edric retains hope things can return to the way they were. Jefferson Madden -Was the childhood friend of The Mad Hatter, Jefferson Madden, and maintained this friendship even after Alice's thought execution. Though somewhat shaky due to being separated for longer than five years, the two of them have an almost brotherly relationship in how they interact and talk to each other. Heather Jekyll -Is the true love of Dr. Faye Stevenson, known as Dr. Heather Jekyll in the Land Without Color. Though originally a volatile relationship due to his noncommittal behavior and unwillingness to be serious, he is finally starting to settle down and accept Heather as his one true love. Evelyn Hyde -Has an interesting relationship with Evelyn Hyde. Though she is as much a part of the whole individual as Heather is, Henry is painfully aware that one wrong step could end with the violent woman slaughtering him. Nonetheless, the two of them oftentimes share provocative conversations, usually ending with a night of passion. Mark Dufresne -Has a friendly but not close relationship with Nick Chopper, otherwise known as Mark Dufresne. Though the two have clashing personalities and interests that make most chats awkward, Henry will nevertheless seek the older man out for sensible advice and guidance when he feels lost, the woodsman more than happy to oblige. Ruby Lucas -Gets along well enough with Ruby, or Red Riding Hood. Though he never interacted much with her persona in The Enchanted Forest, he finds himself getting along with her Storybrooke counterpart quite well. Though at one point physically attracted to her (ending in a drunken lovemaking session) Edric tries to keep the relationship purely platonic. Knox Kowalski -Shares mutual disdain with Knox Kowalski, otherwise known as the personification of the Night. Though interacting with him little, Edric views Knox as little more than a brooding misanthrope. Robert Leland -Has interacted very little with Count Roland, known in this world as Sheriff Robert Leland. Despite barely knowing each other aside from name and occupation, Edric holds him at a distance as the sheriff's curse causes him to be a completely-loyal servant to Regina's will, obeying her every command. David Nolan-Dislikes David Nolan for his 'trespassing' onto Edric's and Snow White's friendship. Though Edric holds an air of brittle courtesy around the 'King', he will make his disdain known on occasion. Besides all this, Edric harbors no wish of rebellion or revolution, simply too uncaring of authority to be so bold. Nonetheless, Edric will never refer to him as 'King', or 'Your Majesty'. Snow White -Maintains an acquaintance with Snow White, or Mary Margaret...though the relationship is far from being what it was years ago, due both to Snow's shift in behavior and his hatred of order and rules. Edric fears the friendship may be severed soon, unless it is saved by both parties involved. Mother Superior - Victor Frankenstein - Cora Mills - Killian Jones - Others-Edric gets along relatively well with the rest of Storybrooke's citizens, though he could hardly be considered 'close' to any of them. Nevertheless, his warm and friendly demeanor make it easy for others to talk to him. Brief Bio: Transformed into a grinning cat by Rumpelstiltskin's dark magic, a strange turn of events has allowed the illusionist operating under the name Alexandre to find himself in the Land Without Magic, free from the effects of the Evil Queen's Curse, retaining the memories of his other life. The Cat, calling himself Henry Carlyle was transported to New York, an undoubtedly daunting location for his first trip to the Land Without Magic. Quickly being forced to adjust himself to modern technologies and styles, Henry spent the first five years of his trip bouncing from job to job, becoming a seasoned veteran of the modern world. Eventually feeling himself lose purpose of his true mission, Henry pooled his funds together and made the expensive journey to Maine, to break the Dark Curse and free the inhabitants of The Enchanted Forest and beyond from the Evil Queen's grasp. Other: Though an expert in modern-day pop culture, Edric's interests are far more 'vintage' in style. His most prized possession is a Walkman cassette tape player loaded to the brim with Oldie pieces from the early 1900s. He also enjoys a good book from that time period, the classics being the most interesting to read, in his opinion. Also, on a slightly strange note, Edric has an odd addiction to candy, either keeping a moderate amount in his pockets or fishing to grab some from anyone foolish enough to have some available. Lastly, while Edric is currently driving a rather worn-down Nissan Leopard, he is currently pooling funds together for an Eggshell Blue Citroën DS 21 Pallas.
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Name: Regina Mills, ‘Madame Mayor,’ The Evil Queen Appearance (Regina): Appearance (The Evil Queen): Age: 36 (+5 non-aging years from the curse)
Affiliation: Chaotic Evil
Status and Job: Regina Mills, Madame Mayor, Sorcereress
Magic Capabilities: Having been taught by Rumpelstiltskin himself, Regina’s magic nearly rivals his own, though she has more of a knack for enchanting objects and ripping out hearts for control than her mentor does. The sole reason Regina wanted to learn magic was to bring back the dead, which she still hasn’t been able to accomplish and has just settled down with the fact that even with magic, it isn’t possible. Her only limits include realm jumping without a magic bean (or other portal opener), forcing someone to fall in love and bringing back the dead. Regina’s favored magic abilities include those of the use of magic mirrors, a poisoned apple, disguising herself to look like someone else, taking people’s hearts and brewing potions for her own selfish reasons.
Weapons: Regina doesn’t have any need for weapons, however she can be caught with a dagger from time to time when magic has failed her (usually hidden in one of her boots). She has the know-how and skill to wield a sword but is barely ever seen using this skill. She can also use her body and stunningly good looks as a weapon, should the opportunity arise.
Skills: Regina is a born leader, able to run the small city of Storybrooke as Mayor confidently and smoothly, keeping Storybrooke flourishing and alive despite the town’s undying hatred towards her. She’s a skilled liar; able to deceive and manipulate people on a whim without them ever knowing and can easily turn the blame to others when caught in a situation. It also helps that she seems to have ‘eyes’ all over Storybrooke, enabling her to know just about everything everyone is up to at all times.
Talents: Regina, in her spare time, enjoys landscaping her immaculate lawn of her mansion, both front and back, though she takes special pride in her apple tree growing out in the back. She’s also a decent cook, able to whip up most anything from scratch but her absolute forte is warm and flaky apple pies. She’s also been known to be quite the time in the bedroom.
Strengths: Back in The Enchanted Forest, Regina is the Queen, and therefore has an entire army at her disposal and runs the entire kingdom. She has eyes and ears everywhere; not much goes on in the Enchanted Forest that she doesn’t know about. Her magic aptitude also keeps her on top, as very few can rival her power. A lot of this power carried over to Storybrooke where Regina is the Mayor. Everyone’s business is HER business. No one knows how she does it, but Regina knows what’s going on with everyone, everything, and all the time. She also has her own ways of getting what she wants if someone proves to be stubborn, since she controls the law enforcement. Simply put, you can’t breathe without Regina knowing about it. She has a very driving willpower to see to the end what she desires most, and will not stop unless she is forced to physically or by other means. Despite being ‘knocked down’ a great handful of times in her life, she always ‘gets back up on the horse’ and tries again.
Weaknesses: Although Regina won’t ever admit it, she is very lonely and just wants someone to be there with here even though her harsh personality constantly drives people away (which she does not understand). Also, even though Regina is a very powerful sorceress she is still human and can still bleed, therefore is weak to any normal status ailment or weapon (it’s just harder to injure her because she’s so magically protected). Any mention of Daniel or Snow White has her blood boiling, and her rage towards a blood war she had started so many years ago leaves her blind to the bigger picture; oftentimes leading to her temporary defeat. She also has a new soft spot in her heart for her adopted Son Mason, who she will do almost anything for his happiness.
Relationships: Regina knows most everyone in Storybrooke and everyone knows her. She IS the mayor after all and everyone within Storybrooke was brought here personally by her hand. Edric Liddell - Regina absolutely detests Henry Carlyle (she refuses to call him Edric, given she only knew him as Henry to begin with). Even though she had no clue as to who he was back in the Enchanted Forest or his persona as The Cheshire Cat, the simple fact that he came to Storybrooke to break the curse and is in cahoots with Mr. Gold gives her enough reason to want him dead. When the curse was still in effect, Regina had gone out of her way to keep him under her thumb, by means of threatening, sleeping with him, and manipulation however the little weasel managed to break though her watchful eye and bring an end to the curse anyway. As of right now, Regina isn’t sure if she detests Henry more than Snow or not, but the two are very high up on her list. Heather Jekyll - Regina finds the Head Doctor of Storybrooke... tolerable. She's a head strong woman though, and when she shows this strong side Regina can't help but to lash out and quickly put her back in her place. Aside from that, however, Faye keeps away from Regina and Regina has no cause to seek Faye out, until she recently discovered a secret about the doctor, a secret that nearly got her killed. Now very leery of Dr. Stevenson, Regina keeps her distance but an ever so close eye on her. The fact that she was revealed to be Henry Carlyle’s true love gives her a couple ideas on how to get back at Henry, but has yet to act on them. Evelyn Hyde - Regina had no idea that this woman even existed until it was almost too late. It became quite clear quite quickly that this mysterious woman wanted Regina dead; she still has the bruises on her neck to prove it. Regina won't admit it, but she has grown quite frightened of Evelyn Hyde as she seems to possess more strength than herself, even her diplomatic influence on the town can't rush in to save her from this... monster Regina’s magic has yet to help her against Evelyn. Ruby Lucas – Regina views Ruby Lucas as an annoying little tramp that's just taking up space in Storybrooke. Quite frankly, she’s glad that Ruby lost her memories for trying to cross the town line. The little skank deserved it. Granny - Just as annoying and pointless as her granddaughter, in Regina’s opinion. Perhaps her only redemption is the food she serves at her diner which Regina will go to from time to time, though Regina may have confronted Granny about the dress code of a certain waitress on a number of occasions especially now since Mason is almost always at her side. Knox Kowalski - If he weren't always so broody all the time, Regina might have tried to get to know him a bit better. He's handsome to boot, but has little use for him anywhere else now that her plan to try to keep Snow and Charming from each other by ‘marrying’ Knox and Mary Margaret was thwarted. Frankly, she’s glad he didn’t come back to Storybrooke with the others. He just took up space anyway. Belle – Regina will never forgive Robert for letting lose her scapegoat. Belle was to be imprisoned for a while longer, used only when she could hurt Mr. Gold the most. Now that the two are reunited and with a knowledge of what had happened, she only wishes she would have killed Belle when she had the chance. Back in The Enchanted Forest, Regina snatched Belle away shortly after she was turned into a beast and killed her new husband, Gaston. She saw right through that marriage, knowing where her true love truly lied which she wanted to use to her advantage. Manipulating Rumpelstiltskin into imprisoning himself in a magical prison she crushed Belle’s heart in front of him to see him crumble at her feet before enacting the curse. Of course, this wasn’t the real Belle, only an illusion. She had planned on holding onto the real Belle just a bit longer, keeping her in a basement asylum for five years with her memories intact with only herself to talk to. Her plan failed, however, when Robert got his memories back before the curse was lifted, and now with Rumpel and Belle reunited, she has nothing left on the Pawnbroker; save for maybe a small bit of information that even he doesn’t know she knows about. Her origin of becoming the beast. It was Regina who delivered Rumpelstiltskin’s enchanted rose hair pin to Belle (under a disguise as an old woman) that keeps Belle from changing, after all. Mark Dufresne - Regina doesn't speak with Mark all too often. They used to be practically strangers on the street until one day she found out that Mark was Mason’s real father. She finds little to no significance in him otherwise as she can't even think about who he was back in The Enchanted Forest but that means little to her. Mark Dufresne is a threat to her happiness with Mason, and she will do whatever it takes to put the firefighter in his place: away from Mason. Now with her magic back, she revels in toying around with him, like predator playing with its prey before going in for the kill. Mr. Gold – Regina has nothing short of absolute detestation for the man. She loves to hate Mr. Gold, and once Snow White's demise is certain she'd be more than happy to shift her focus onto his utter downfall (though her temper has gotten the better of her a few times in which she has tried to do so already, like with Belle). She would never get rid of him for good, however, he is far too useful as a person, but Gods does she love watching him squirm. Their relationship spans out across a number of many years. He had come to her as Rumpelstiltskin, had trained her in magic, gave her the curse to cast her own happy ending, and now she strives to become more powerful than him. It's a constant battle of wits between the two of them, however Regina almost always comes up just a tad short against the Pawnbroker Imp, and she's aiming to fix that. Mason Mills - Perhaps the only thing in Regina's life that makes it worth living for once she realized that the curse would be broken and Snow White would get her happy ending back. In an otherwise lonely life, Mason has brought light to her world and helped her to love again. Now her adoptive son, it is as if he were her very own, the bond they share like a true mother and son and she wouldn't have it any other way. She is by means exceptionally overprotective of him, especially when Mark Dufresne (who is the boy’s real father) is around, and will stop at nothing to keep his happiness with her. Snow White - Frankly, the woman should be dead. Regina has had so many chances to do just that, end the miserable life on the very person that destroyed her own, but Regina's sense of vengeance and wanting others to suffer has always won out, keeping a cursed version of Snow White alive simply to watch her suffer during the time of the curse. Now with Snow awake, reunited with Charming and the curse broken, Regina is unsure of what to do next; she never believed that it would get this far but she has plenty of time to plan. David Nolan – A real charming guy... *eye roll* Regina has spent years keeping David away from Mary Margaret, keeping their happiness away in lieu of her own. It worked for a while, until that insufferable Henry Carlyle came to town and began to change things. Now David has taken over the police force, putting a slight damper on Regina’s ‘complete control’ over the city, but he is as dim-witted as he is brawny, which Regina uses to her advantage from time to time. Robert Leland – Who used to be Regina’s right hand man, she could count on Robert to do whatever it is that she wished, and even though he went about things in his own legal way, he got results, results that made Regina happy. Robert also doubled as a bedside partner with no attachments, really the perfect arrangement until suddenly, he began to defy her including helping imprisoned Belle to return to Rumpelstiltskin’s life, crushing any leverage she had on the Pawnbroker. Now as the curse is broken, she can almost feel him plotting against her, to create her own downfall and has since become quite leery of Robert, feeling betrayal and hurt more than anything. Needless to say, there isn’t any more bedroom action for Regina anymore. Mother Superior - Grumpy and the other Dwarves - Victor Frankenstein - Cora Mills - Killian Jones - Jefferson Madden - Alice Liddell -
Brief Bio: Regina was born in the shadow of her mother who constantly reminded Regina that whatever it was that she did, it was for her ‘own good.’ Regina was raised royally though she wanted no part of it; all she wanted was to ride horses and be free, however her mother would not allow it. Regina grew rebellious and eventually fell in love with the stable boy, Daniel. The two met in secret on a regular basis and one day, Daniel proposed. The two planned on running away together, Regina cared not for her royal future; all she wanted was true love. On the afternoon before they were to run off together, Regina heard a cry for help and spotted a little girl on the back of a spooked horse, running to their sure death. Regina jumped on her own horse and chased down the little girl, eventually stopping the wild horse and saving the little girl’s life. It wasn’t until Regina got home that she realized that the little girl was King Leopold’s daughter, Snow White, and King Leopold was out and about looking for a wife. And since this woman had saved his daughter from her death, he sought out Regina at once. Regina’s mother, Cora, accepted the betrothal on Regina’s behalf and in anger, Regina ran to the stables, determined to run away with Daniel. She met with him in the barn and cried out her worries to her lover, however Snow White, who had come to thank Regina and also welcome her as her new mother, overheard everything and ran off, crying. Regina chased after Snow and tried to tell her about true love, and made her promise not to tell anyone. Snow White promised not to tell. Regina and Daniel then decided that it would be best for them to run away on a different day, and so their secret remained hidden. Cora took it upon herself to start spending time with little Snow White since she was to be her step-granddaughter. Cora then began telling Snow that she was jealous that she and Regina got along so well, since Regina seemed to distance herself away from her. She then went on to tell Snow that she was upset because all she wanted was to make Regina happy. Snow, unable to hold the secret any longer, then begged Cora to not make Regina marry her father because she was in love with someone else. Cora then took it upon herself to put the pieces together. On the night that Regina and Daniel were to run away together, the night before Regina’s wedding to the King, Regina met Daniel in the stables; however Cora had followed her daughter there and found out everything. Out of rage that Regina was going to throw away her right to be Queen, Cora ripped out Daniel’s heart and crushed it in front of Regina, demanding that she marry King Leopold and take the throne as Queen. Now heart-broken and left with no other choice, Regina married the King and became Snow White’s step-mother. But she never stopped thinking about Daniel. It was because of this empty hole in her heart that got Regina thinking… can magic bring back the dead? There was only one person that would ever be capable of doing such a thing… and so she summoned Rumpelstiltskin and became his apprentice, learning the ways of dark magic although Rumpelstiltskin made it quite clear that “…dead is dead…” So Regina began to fill the empty hole in her heart with power, anger, and vengeance towards Snow White and in the process, killed her very own mother by pushing her through a looking glass to a land in which she knew nothing of, only later to send a rogue pirate by the name of Killian Jones to crush Cora’s heart for her. Years of plotting and planning, Regina finally came up with the perfect way to get back at Snow White. Through her heart. Regina staged Snow’s father’s ‘accidental’ death and reveled in her tears at the funeral. Afterwards, Regina sent out her Huntsman to chase Snow down through the woods and bring back her heart. The Huntsman, however having a kind heart, let Snow go and tried to trick the Queen by bringing her the heart of a stag instead. Regina was not fooled. Regina spent the next couple of years searching for Snow White through the forest, but never prevailed. Snow just always seemed to be one step ahead of her, all the time. And so Regina, tired of playing the game of cat and mouse, took matters into her own hands and began to torture her subjects. Anyone who knew information about Snow White but kept it to themselves was killed and thus the blood count by Regina’s own hand grew and grew the longer Snow hid and the blood war between royal families began. Snow was unable to take it anymore, unable to let others take the fall for something she had done, and so she agreed to meet Regina to make the bloodshed stop. Regina handed Snow a poisoned apple, telling Snow that if she did not take it willingly, Regina would kill Prince James (Charming) as she had him captive and continue to torture the innocent people in the villages. Seeing that Snow had no other choice, she bit the apple and fell lifeless to the ground. Now all Regina had to do was make sure that ‘True Loves Kiss’ wouldn’t be able to break the curse, and so, she went to Rumpelstiltskin for a curse that would keep the two of them apart forever. However, the curse came with a heavy price, and Regina was forced to rip the heart out of her very own father to create the curse. The curse brought upon a new land. Storybrooke. Having created the curse to bend to her will, Regina has sculpted Storybrooke out of her very imagination, making everything just exactly the way she wanted it. Everyone she used to know as ‘Pinnochio’ or ‘Grumpy’ had a completely new identity; even their memories were fake. As far as everyone else in Storybrooke is concerned, they have lived in Storybrooke their entire lives, going off of the false memories that Regina has implanted into their minds. She was able to pass along someone she used to know as Prince Charming and can smile knowing that he will never recognize Snow White, and has no memories of being married to her. She even adopted a small, young boy to help spruce up her life a bit, and Mason is the only person she truly cares for anymore aside from herself. However with the curse now being broken, and memories restored, Regina has been forced to tread carefully to save her own skin, but as magic has come to the small town, her rise in power is only just the beginning.
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~General Information~
Name (Storybrooke): Charlotte Logan. Real Name: Alice Liddell. Status/ Job in Storybrooke: A nun (formally); a writer (presently). Place Of Origin: Wonderland. Age: 24. Affiliation: Neutral Good. * A neutral good character does the best that a good person can do. She is devoted to helping others. She works with kings and magistrates but does not feel beholden to them. Neutral good is the best alignment you can be because it means doing what is good without bias for or against order. Appearance: Wardrobe Style: The manner in which Alice dresses is extremely dependent on the mood in which she arises from her bed each morning, this causing her wardrobe to contain a vast amount of objects from a large range of styles and colors (eg. Hipster/ Indie, Sweet, Winter). The young woman finding wonder in everything from a stunning diamond necklace, to a traditional Native American headdress. With a love of nature the girl is often found sporting at least one flower, whether this be a simple pendent on a necklace, or a crown of flowers resting atop her head. Though no matter what outfit the young girl chooses to wear, she refuses to take off her most favored accessory, her necklace with the key shaped pendent.
~Relationship Information~
Relationship Status: Single. Parents: Carpenter and his wife. Siblings: Edric Liddell; Cheshire Cat. Pet/s: While not owning her own pet, Alice has a thing for wild animals and enjoys spending hours observing them in their natural habitats. Edric Liddell - Heather Jekyll - Evelyn Hyde - Ruby Lucas - Granny - Knox Kowalski - Belle - Mark Dufresne - Regina Mills - Mason Mills - Snow White - David Nolan - Robert Leland - Mother Superior - Grumpy and the other Dwarves - Victor Frankenstein - Cora Mills - Killian Jones - Jefferson Madden - Mr. Gold -
~Personal Information~
Personality: Sweet, charming and graceful, Alice is a very loving, kind hearted girl who cares for those who she is close to. Extremely curious and full of life she tends to find herself walking into danger or getting into trouble more often than she would like. Quietly confident and calm, she sometimes tends to pull away from company becoming very reserved and thoughtful. With a fierce intelligence, the rare ability to make people laugh, and a warm bubbly glow about her; she tries her best at everything she does. Strengths: Although a kind, sweet soul, Alice stands up for what she believes in no matter the cost. She's helpful beyond measure, always putting aside her own needs to the favor of others she is close to and even some that she's not, if they have good intentions. Skills Unnaturally bright and unique in her own way, Alice has the aptitude for thinking outside the box on general occasion, always coming up with strange ideas that would normally otherwise be considered near impossible to pull off, though with the girls odd way of using her intelligence she is known for being able to twist them to the point of making it all work out. Talents Alice has a flair for writing and enjoys weaving her words into fanciful tales filled with grand adventures and great heroes. She is also known to keep journals, writing in them each and every night detailed recounts of her day to day events. She also has a knack for cooking, having had to learn at an early age to help feed herself and her brother Edric, who can not cook. She has a love for drawing and is really quite good at it coming up with the skill on her own to illustrate her own writings. Her creative inspiration also had Alice picking up and learning to play a Pan Flute at an early age and can play the instrument quite well. Weaknesses: Also known for being stubborn beyond measure, Alice won't back down when it comes down to a decision she has already made up in her mind, and usually when she has her teeth sunk so deeply into something, it is nearly impossible to convince her otherwise. Her curiosity almost always leads her into trouble, whether it be something as minor as a slight paper cut or something far more serious as having to run from The Queen's soldiers. Even when having to deal with the consequences, Alice just doesn't seem to know when enough is enough, her curiosity only growing with every moment that passes her by. Magic Capabilities: Dream walking/ manipulation - Alice has the unique ability to enter a world she knows as "The Dream World", allowing her to slip in and out of the dreams of others, as well as allowing her to summon others into her own dreams. Along with this form of power, Alice has also been able to master the ability to manipulate the dreams she see's around her, allowing her to bring both the sweetest of dreams to a person, as well as the most terrible of nightmares. Although with her gift also comes a terrible danger. While moving about the Dream World should a person, including herself get hurt, their injuries would transfer through the dreams before transferring to that persons physical body making this a dangerous form of magic that she very rarely chooses to use. This particular form of magic also only happens to work if the person contacting/ or being contacted by Alice, is in the same world as she is in. It does not work across realms. Weapons: Alice does not posses any weapons, though she is skilled enough to handle a blade. Brief Biography: Both curious and adventurous by nature, Alice always managed to find herself walking into the clutches of danger, stumbling her way into trouble which in turn seemed to gain her a lot of attention from those around her. Most of the attention both unwanted and unneeded, and eventually her actions led her to being at the mercy of the Queen of Hearts, who in turn ordered for her execution. On the day of her scheduled death, she pleaded with her brother to save her from her untimely demise, but with his own cowardly needs in mind, he fled from the scene leaving her behind with a heavy heart from her own brothers betrayal. Presumed dead, no one knew exactly what had become of Alice Liddell. Pulled from the clutches of death just in the nick of time, Alice was whisked away from Wonderland and instead of getting the freedom she sought, she found herself kept hidden away and held captive under the not so loving care of Rumpelstiltskin. After trying his best to have her as a housekeeper, the Dark One having tired of her strange ways and antics placed her up in the western tower of his castle, locking her away in her own dream world and enchanting the room so that her magic wouldn't leak out into the world giving any clues that she might actually still be alive. Her isolation slowly driving her to the brink of insanity, the young girl (while not physically being there) recreating figures of the people she knew and cared for, her actions causing her to gain not only a greater understanding but a new found fear of her magic. Pulled out of her prison once the Evil Queen's curse had been enacted, Alice was pulled away from the world she knew landing (with most others from the Enchanted Forest) in a world without magic. Now free of her curse though kept captive in another prison, the young woman, now known as Charlotte Logan, spent the next five years serving in a convent with the other nuns of Storybrooke, unknowingly waiting for the day when the curse was to be broken allowing her to once more regain her memories. Seeming to wake up with the rest of the town, the veil over her past beginning to lift allowing her memories to come flooding back to her though it didn't the (now) young woman much time to adjust as a blast from her past sent her tumbling down the rabbit hole back to the land in which she had grown up and once called her home.
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