Multiple versions of the fairy tale characters from the story realms exist. This is a second Enchanted Forest, where stories play out very differently.
The other pages are:
- Main CharactersClick to expand
- Storybrooke CharactersClick to expand
- Enchanted Forest CharactersClick to expand
- Seattle CharactersClick to expand
- "New" Enchanted Forest Characters
- Magical Lands CharactersClick to expand
- Lands Without Magic CharactersClick to expand
- Mythological CreaturesClick to expand
- Adaptational Villainy: In this version, he is responsible for Marcus' death, though it's later revealed it was Lady Tremaine who actually killed him; the Prince only helped her.
- Misplaced Retribution: Cinderella tries to kill him for Marcus' death, even though it was Lady Tremaine who planned the whole thing.
Prince "Robert" Marius
- Baleful Polymorph: Dr. Facilier separated Robert from his love by turning Robert into a human.
- Good Parents: To Tiana. She also looks proud when Tiana becomes queen.
- Et Tu, Brute?: His wife Rapunzel killed him with the help of a prince because she blamed him for Anastasia's death.
- Good Parents: To all three of his daughters, including his stepdaughter.
- Irony: He tells Rapunzel if she hadn't made the deal with Gothel, he probably would've been dead and Anastasia and Drizella in streets, yet Rapunzel ends up being known as Lady Tremaine and killing him with the help of a prince.
- Posthumous Character: He is dead by the time Henry meets Ella at the beginning of the seventh season.
- Small Role, Big Impact: He only appeared in one episode so far, yet without him Henry and Cinderella wouldn't have met, Drizella and Anastasia wouldn't have been born, and the Hyperion Heights curse wouldn't have been cast.
- Good Counterpart: Being a Good Stepmother, she is this to Lady Tremaine.
- Good Parents: Not only with her biological daughter Ella, but her stepdaughters Anastasia and Drizella as well.
- Good Stepmother: To Anastasia and Drizella, ironically.
- Parental Abandonment: She abandoned her husband Marcus and daughter Ella to protect them when her heart was cursed by Rapunzel.
- Posthumous Character: She was already dead by the time Ella and the audience learns why she abandoned her family.
- Determinator: She'll do anything to join the Coven of the Eight.
- The Other Darrin: In-universe, as an alternate version of the Gretel played by Karley Scott Collins seen in "True North".
- Small Role, Big Impact: She only appears in one episode, but it is her death that led her brother Hansel, known as Nick in Seattle, to go on a witch-killing spree and attack Ivy, her killer Drizella's cursed counterpart.