Once Upon a Time Beginner’s Guide

LIST OF MINOR LOCATIONS IN THE ENCHANTED FOREST

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DWARVES COTTAGE
The dwelling place of the seven dwarves and where Snow seeks shelter after being driven out of her home by the Evil Queen.

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DARK DUNGEON
An indestructible jail built by dwarves to hold prisoners who yield magic.

FORBIDDEN FORTRESS
The home of Maleficent and her pet unicorn.

THE GINGERBREAD HOUSE
A house made entirely out of gingerbread and candy. The Blind Witch who lives here uses the house to lure children. The inside is filled with delicious bakery that will entrap any children who are tempted to eat it.

GRANNY’S HOUSE
The Widow Lucas/Granny and her granddaughter Red Riding Hood live here.

THE INFINITE FOREST
A never ending forest that has no way of escape, unless of course you have magic.

LAKE NOSTOS
A lake with magic properties that can restore anything or anyone back to a previous state. A Siren who can take the shape of whatever you desire guards it.

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SIR MAURICE’S CASTLE
The home of Belle and her family.

THE TROLL BRIDGE
The place where Snow White and Prince Charming fell in love. They were unaware at the time but this is where they knew they were destined to be with each other.

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2 thoughts on “Once Upon a Time Beginner’s Guide

  1. Jenna E

    Wow! So far this is a fantabulous piece on Once Upon a Time. Kudos and big Thanks to Brad! His things he’s learnt from each episode are one of my favourite things and I am so glad to see that he is contributing posts as well! Well done Sir!

    Just because I am a very detail oriented/obsessed person, I cannot help but ask… is the picture of Granny’s house not a Storybrooke picture? It does not look like the more wooden cabin structure that was in the Enchanted Forest that appeared in Red Handed to me… just sayin’. 😉

    Big Love to all!

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  2. Jenna E

    Truly amazing post. Incredibly well done!

    Apart from the previously mentioned detail of the perhaps erroneous picture of Granny’s House (on page 3 – later confirmed to be a Storybrooke picture of Granny’s B&B), on page 7, I do believe you meant that Thomas is Cinderella’s husband.

    Also, I might have put James as “James” but maybe that’s just me!

    This was an amazing post and I simply could not resist posting my obsessive detail noticing and my sincere thanks and congratulations!

    More Big Love to all!

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