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* GrandmaWhatMassiveHotnessYouHave: Well due to Regina's curse she hadn't aged for 28 years, in Emma's wish realm, in which the Evil Queen never cast the dark one's curse, we see that a naturally aged gray haired Snow White would one day become a still lovely and glowing matron.


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* SilverVixen: Well due to Regina's curse she hadn't aged for 28 years, in Emma's wish realm, in which the Evil Queen never cast the dark one's curse, we see that a naturally aged gray haired Snow White would one day become a still lovely and glowing matron.


->'''Played By:''' Gabrielle Anwar, [[spoiler:Meegan Warner]] (young)

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->'''Played By:''' Gabrielle Anwar, Creator/GabrielleAnwar, [[spoiler:Meegan Warner]] (young)


* ReplacementLoveInterest: He showed up pretty quickly after Graham's death, dated Emma briefly, and later on in "Selfless, Brave and True", his initial jealously and then relief that Emma's not back together with Neal implies that he ''might'' harbour some feelings for her.

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* ReplacementLoveInterest: ReplacementGoldfish: He showed up pretty quickly after Graham's death, dated Emma briefly, and later on in "Selfless, Brave and True", his initial jealously and then relief that Emma's not back together with Neal implies that he ''might'' harbour some feelings for her.


* JerkassFacade: In the pilot.



* HiddenHeartOfGold: In "The Jolly Roger". He acts the way he is simply because he doesn't have enough confidence in himself to really change.



* JerkassFacade: In "The Jolly Roger". He acts the way he is simply because he doesn't have enough confidence in himself to really change.


* GreenEyes: The same shade as her emerald necklace.


* SpiritedYoungLady: As Snow White.



* SpiritedYoungLady: The very definition of the trope.


* AdaptationalHeroism: Zigzagged. On one hand, while she's still a villain, she has an understandable reason to hate Cinderella - she blames the latter for [[spoiler:the death of her daughter Anastasia.]] On the other, [[spoiler:"One Little Tear" establishes pretty clearly that it ''wasn't'' Cinderella or her husband Marcus's fault.]] [[spoiler:Becomes a straight example after her HeroicSacrifice.]]

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* AdaptationalHeroism: Zigzagged. On one hand, while she's still a villain, she has an understandable reason to hate Cinderella - she blames the latter for [[spoiler:the death of her daughter Anastasia.]] On the other, [[spoiler:"One Little Tear" establishes pretty clearly that it ''wasn't'' Cinderella or her husband Marcus's fault.]] [[spoiler:Becomes a straight example after her when she makes a HeroicSacrifice.]]



* AloofAlly: [[spoiler:Implied to have become this to the Resistance. She helps them set up a trap for Drizella, but doesn't attend Lucy's eighth birthday or move into Tiana's palace.]]



* BitchInSheepsClothing: After she [[spoiler:kills the Prince]], she frames Cinderella for it and has the guards chase after her. She is also this as Victoria Belfrey.



* FaceHeelTurn: The kind-hearted [[spoiler:Rapunzel]] became Cinderella's wicked stepmother. Even more shocking since this [[spoiler:Rapunzel]] is based on the [[spoiler:''Tangled'']] version. [[spoiler:She does end up having a RedemptionEqualsDeath moment.]]

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* FaceHeelTurn: The kind-hearted [[spoiler:Rapunzel]] became Cinderella's wicked stepmother. Even more shocking since this [[spoiler:Rapunzel]] is based on the [[spoiler:''Tangled'']] version. version.
* HeelFaceTurn:
[[spoiler:She does end up having has made one before the curse, allying with the heroes to stop Drizella. Unfortunately, it doesn't last because of Drizella manipulating her memories to think that she cast the curse, causing her to become a RedemptionEqualsDeath moment.villain again as Victoria Belfrey. She eventually makes one for real when she [[HeroicSacrifice sacrifices]] herself to save Drizella/Ivy and Lucy.]]


* AdaptionalVillainy: [[spoiler:Rapunzel was the hero and protagonist of her original story. Here she is the wicked stepmother to Cinderella, and even as Rapunzel, was more willing to make evil choice, such as poisoning Cecelia. As Lady Tremaine, she is also capable of murder, with little thought put into it.]]

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* AdaptionalVillainy: AdaptationalVillainy: [[spoiler:Rapunzel was the hero and protagonist of her original story. Here she is the wicked stepmother to Cinderella, and even as Rapunzel, was more willing to make evil choice, such as poisoning Cecelia. As Lady Tremaine, she is also capable of murder, with little thought put into it.]]



* FaceHeelTurn: The kind-hearted Rapunzel became Cinderella's wicked stepmother. Even more shocking since this Rapunzel is based on the ''Tangled'' version. [[spoiler:She does end up having a RedemptionEqualsDeath moment.]]

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* FaceHeelTurn: The kind-hearted Rapunzel [[spoiler:Rapunzel]] became Cinderella's wicked stepmother. Even more shocking since this Rapunzel [[spoiler:Rapunzel]] is based on the ''Tangled'' [[spoiler:''Tangled'']] version. [[spoiler:She does end up having a RedemptionEqualsDeath moment.]]


!!Lady Rapunzel Tremaine/Victoria Belfrey
->'''Played By:''' Gabrielle Anwar, Meegan Warner (young)

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!!Lady Rapunzel [[spoiler:Rapunzel]] Tremaine/Victoria Belfrey
->'''Played By:''' Gabrielle Anwar, Meegan Warner [[spoiler:Meegan Warner]] (young)



* AdaptionalVillainy: [[spoiler:Rapunzel was the hero and protagonist of her original story. Here she is the wicked stepmother to Cinderella, and even as Rapunzel, was more willing to make evil choice, such as poisoning Cecelia. As Lady Tremaine, she is also capable of murder, with little thought put into it.]]



* CompositeCharacter: Of several previous villains. She wants the Heart of the Truest Believer for her plans like Pan, and hates a stepchild for causing the death of a loved one like Regina. Just like Rumple and Maleficent, she is motivated by losing her child and like Regina and Hook her actions are driven by revenge after losing a loved one. Finally, she keeps a prisoner and has an antagonistic relationship with them exactly like Jafar.
** She is both Lady Tremaine and Rapunzel.

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* CompositeCharacter: Of She is both Lady Tremaine and [[spoiler:Rapunzel]].
**Of
several previous villains. She wants the Heart of the Truest Believer for her plans like Pan, and hates a stepchild for causing the death of a loved one like Regina. Just like Rumple and Maleficent, she is motivated by losing her child and like Regina and Hook her actions are driven by revenge after losing a loved one. Finally, she keeps a prisoner and has an antagonistic relationship with them exactly like Jafar.
** She is both Lady Tremaine and Rapunzel.
Jafar.


* BigBad: Of Season 5A, in the present storyline.
* BigBadEnsemble: With King Arthur, [[spoiler:Nimue]], and [[spoiler:Hook]] in Season 5A.



* TheDragon: To King Arthur in Camelot. She returns to this role in Season 6 for the Evil Queen.
* DragonInChief: King Arthur is almost completely reliant on her magic, but she's technically following his orders.



* HeelFaceTurn: She finally makes one at the end of Season 5.

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* HeelFaceTurn: She finally makes attempts one at the end of Season 5.5. It doesn't last and she returns to being a villain in Season 6, but makes one for good in the second-half of Season 6 and is one of the heroes in Season 7.



* BigBad: For Season Seven, due to her efforts to gentrify Hyperion Heights bringing her into conflict with the good guys. [[spoiler:She turns out to unknowingly be in a BigBadEnsemble against her own daughter Drizella, who actually cast the new curse, and Mother Gothel, the witch she kept prisoner who is really working with Drizella. Then it turns out that Gothel is the sole true BigBad, as she out-gambits both Tremaines and imprisons them once they’re no longer of use.]]

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* BigBad: For Of Season Seven, 7, due to her efforts to gentrify Hyperion Heights bringing her into conflict with the good guys. [[spoiler:She turns out to unknowingly be in a BigBadEnsemble against her own daughter Drizella, who actually cast the new curse, and Mother Gothel, the witch she kept prisoner who is really working with Drizella. Then it turns out that Gothel is the sole true BigBad, as she out-gambits both Tremaines and imprisons them once they’re no longer of use.]]


* PrettyBoy: Be played by Josh Dallas and be recognized and even called by all as PrinceCharming definitely helps.

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* PrettyBoy: Be played by [[MrFanservice Josh Dallas Dallas]] and be recognized and even called by all as PrinceCharming definitely helps.

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* PrettyBoy: Be played by Josh Dallas and be recognized and even called by all as PrinceCharming definitely helps.


* BabiesEverAfter: [[spoiler: Emma becomes pregnant with their first child approximately two years into their marriage.]]

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* BabiesEverAfter: [[spoiler: Emma becomes pregnant with their first child approximately two years into their marriage. In the Season 7 finale, he appears at Regina's coronation with Emma and their daughter Hope.]]


* TogetherInDeath: [[spoiler:With Rumpelstiltskin/Mr. Gold in Mount Olympus after he [[HeroicSacrifice sacrifices]] himself to save Rogers and stop Wish!Rumple.]]

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* TogetherInDeath: [[spoiler:With Rumpelstiltskin/Mr. Gold in Mount Olympus after he [[HeroicSacrifice sacrifices]] himself to save Rogers Wish!Hook and stop Wish!Rumple.]]



* AloofAlly: [[spoiler:Implied to have become this to the Resistance. She helps them set up a trap for Drizella, but doesn't attend Lucy's 8th birthday or move into Tiana's palace.]]

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* AloofAlly: [[spoiler:Implied to have become this to the Resistance. She helps them set up a trap for Drizella, but doesn't attend Lucy's 8th eighth birthday or move into Tiana's palace.]]


* TogetherInDeath: [[spoiler:With Rumpelstiltskin/Weaver in Mount Olympus after he [[HeroicSacrifice sacrifices]] himself to save Rogers and stop Wish!Rumple.]]

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* TogetherInDeath: [[spoiler:With Rumpelstiltskin/Weaver Rumpelstiltskin/Mr. Gold in Mount Olympus after he [[HeroicSacrifice sacrifices]] himself to save Rogers and stop Wish!Rumple.]]

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