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This page lists Neverland characters featured on ABC's Once Upon a Time.

Neverland CharactersEdit

This section lists characters visiting or residing in Neverland.

ArielEdit

Main article: Ariel (Character)

Ariel débuts in the sixth episode of the third season and is portrayed by guest star JoAnna Garcia Swisher.

BaelfireEdit

Main article: Baelfire

Baelfire débuts in the eighth episode of the first season and is portrayed by guest star Dylan Schmid. He is the Enchanted Forest alias of Neal Cassidy. Baelfire is forcibly taken by the Shadow and whisked away towards Neverland. He forces the Shadow to drop him in the sea by frightening it with flame and taken aboard the ship of Captain Hook. Quickly befriended by the captain, the two become close in a mentor-like friendship and Baelfire opens up about his painful past. To Baelfire's confusion, he finds a drawing of his mother, Milah, below deck. After confronting Hook, he learns the captain had a previous relationship with her, and holds a long-standing grudge against Rumplestiltskin. Seeing Hook's lies as a betrayal, Baelfire leaves the ship for Neverland's shores. ("The Return", "Second Star to the Right", "And Straight On 'Til Morning")

BelleEdit

Main article: Belle (Storybrooke)

Belle débuts in the twelfth episode of the first season and is portrayed by starring cast member Emilie de Ravin. She is the Storybrooke counterpart of Belle.

David NolanEdit

Main article: David Nolan

David Nolan débuts in the first episode of the first season and is portrayed by starring cast member Josh Dallas. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of Prince Charming. travelling with Emma, Hook, Mary Margaret, Mr. Gold and Regina to Neverland, they go on a journey to rescue a kidnapped Henry. Following Mr. Gold's parting from the ship, they finds trouble with a swarm of mermaids accumulating in a breakdown of the group nearly costing everyone's lives, which Emma risks her life to put a stop to. Eventually, their arrival on Neverland's island shoreline helps Emma to put her leadership skills into effect as she asks all party members to cooperate together in the endeavor to rescue Henry. ("The Heart of the Truest Believer")

DevinEdit

Main article: Devin

Devin débuts in the fifth episode of the third season and is portrayed by guest star Skyler Gisondo.

Emma SwanEdit

Main article: Emma Swan

Emma Swan débuts in the first episode of the first season and is portrayed by starring cast member Jennifer Morrison. She does not have a counterpart. travelling with David, Hook, Mary Margaret, Mr. Gold and Regina to Neverland, they go on a journey to rescue a kidnapped Henry. Emma is finding it difficult to be optimistic and is further brought down by Mr. Gold's accusations of her lack of belief in her parents, magic or even herself. Following Mr. Gold's parting from the ship, they finds trouble with a swarm of mermaids accumulating in a breakdown of the group nearly costing everyone's lives, which she risks her life to put a stop to. Eventually, their arrival on Neverland's island shoreline helps Emma to put her leadership skills into effect as she asks all party members to cooperate together in the endeavor to rescue Henry. ("The Heart of the Truest Believer")

FelixEdit

Main article: Felix

Felix débuts in the twenty-second episode of the first season and is portrayed by guest star Parker Croft. He does not have a counterpart. Felix is a lost boy of the world of Neverland who is sent to fetch a certain boy for his leader, Pan. Felix and other lost boys search Hook's ship with the suspicion he is hiding him, but find nothing. Later on, Baelfire decides to stay in Neverland and is taken there by rowboat. Felix examines Baelfire's face to see if he is a match with the drawing of the boy Pan is looking for, which to his disappointment, he is not.

After Pan's employees, Greg and Tamara, follow through with kidnapping Henry, the boy in the drawing, to Neverland, Felix and a gang of Lost Boys confront them. Clueless about the true nature of the Home Office they've been working for, Greg and Tamara find out about the duplicity and refuse to hand over Henry. Felix settles the dispute by having the Shadow rip out and fly off with Greg's shadow, and sends the Lost Boys after Henry while Tamara is struck down by an arrow. Later, Felix spies on a lone Mr. Gold wandering through the jungle and comes out to warn him not to go against Pan or die. Boldly, Mr. Gold asserts he'll take many others with him in death, and implicates Felix himself. As the older man strolls off in self-assurance, Felix tosses him something from Pan. Stunned, Mr. Gold picks up the item, a doll, and breaks down into tears. Tauntingly, Felix states something Mr. Gold hasn't thought about in years still can make him cry. ("And Straight On 'Til Morning", "The Heart of the Truest Believer")

Greg MendellEdit

Main article: Greg Mendell

Greg Mendell, formerly known as Owen Flynn, débuts in the eleventh episode of the second season and is portrayed by guest stars Ethan Embry and Benjamin Stockham. He does not have a counterpart. Working together with Tamara for an organization known to them as the Home Office, the two make it their mission to eliminate magic and kidnap Henry from Storybrooke on orders of their employees. Landing in Neverland, Tamara attempts to speak to the Home Office on a communicator, but Greg discovers the battery box is filled with nothing but sand. The incident causes Tamara to doubt the Home Office, but Greg persists by making a campfire signal in the jungle when they are approached by a band of teenage boys. The leading boy, Felix, reveals they are the Home Office, and their intentions have never been to destroy magic. Shocked by the revelation, Greg and Tamara refuse to hand over Henry until they explain what is really going on. To settle the problem, Felix summons the Shadow, who kills Greg by ripping out his shadow. ("The Heart of the Truest Believer")

Henry MillsEdit

Main article: Henry Mills

Henry Mills débuts in the first episode of the first season and is portrayed by starring cast member Jared S. Gilmore. He does not have an Enchanted Forest counterpart. Kidnapped by magic hunters Greg and Tamara to Neverland, they prepare to deliver him to their employees, the Home Office. However, the communication device is discovered to be fake, to which Henry begins planting doubts in Tamara that the Home Office is not all they thought it might be. Shrugging off Henry's claims, Greg persists into the jungle to make a campfire signal. Afterwards, they are approached by a band of teenage boys. The leading boy, Felix, reveals they are the Home Office, and their intentions have never been to destroy magic. Shocked by the revelation, Greg and Tamara refuse to hand over Henry until they explain what is really going on. To settle the problem, Felix summons the Shadow to kill Greg by ripping out and flying off with his shadow. Tamara is struck by a stray arrow while Henry runs away as the Lost Boys give chase. By chance, Henry is pulled to safety in a hiding spot by another boy, who is an ex-Lost Boy trying to evade capture after stealing Pan's pixie dust. They make a long trek to the Echo Caves, where the Lost Boys cannot track them, but the route is cut off unexpectedly by their pursuers; forcing Henry and the boy to flee towards a dead-end cliff. Once there, the boy proposes sacrificing the pixie dust to the Lost Boys so they'll let them live. Rather than that, Henry takes the vial of pixie dust, and despite the other boy's doubts, he and the latter jump from the cliff just as the dust sprinkles over both parties; allowing them to fly off into the sky. In a short time, they find a safe place to descend to the ground. Once there, the boy's demeanor changes; revealing himself as Pan, saying he needed to be certain Henry has the heart of the truest believer. Henry is dumbfounded as Pan calls out the Lost Boys to surround him. ("The Heart of the Truest Believer")

HookEdit

Main article: Hook

Hook débuts in the fourth episode of the second season and is portrayed by starring cast member Colin O'Donoghue. He does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Hook arrives in Neverland following his altercation with Rumplestiltskin and the death of his love, Milah. While still at sea, the ship picks up a castaway in the waters. Hook welcomes him aboard, and is secretly aware the boy is Baelfire, son of Rumplestiltskin. He intends to make use of Baelfire because of his connection to Rumplestiltskin, but grows to harbor a parental attachment to him. Baelfire angrily confronts him with the truth when he finds a drawing of his mother Milah. Hook admits to withholding information about a past romantic relationship with Milah and hatred for Rumplestiltskin, but swears to have genuine affection for Baelfire. Though Hook wishes to be a family with him, Baelfire refuses the gesture.

After spending an unmentionable amount of time in Neverland, Hook returns to the Enchanted Forest, and then onto Storybrooke, where he makes it his mission to kill Rumplestiltskin. The plan fails, and when pushed to choose between selfishness or selflessness, Hook chooses the latter by lending his ship to help save a kidnapped Henry.

Travelling with Emma, Hook, Mary Margaret, Mr. Gold and Regina to Neverland, they journey to find Henry. Following Mr. Gold's parting from the ship, trouble brews with a swarm of mermaids accumulating in a breakdown of the group nearly costing everyone's lives, which Emma risks her life to put a stop to. Eventually, their arrival on Neverland's island shoreline helps Emma to put her leadership skills into effect as she asks all party members to cooperate together in the endeavor to rescue Henry. ("Second Star to the Right", "And Straight On 'Til Morning", "The Heart of the Truest Believer")

LiamEdit

Main article: Liam

Liam débuts in the fifth episode of the third season and is portrayed by guest star Bernard Curry.

MalcolmEdit

Main article: Malcolm

Malcolm débuts in the eighth episode of the third season and is portrayed by guest star Stephen Lord. He is the Enchanted Forest alias of Peter Pan.

Mary Margaret BlanchardEdit

Main article: Mary Margaret Blanchard

Mary Margaret Blanchard débuts in the first episode of the first season and is portrayed by starring cast member Ginnifer Goodwin. She is the Storybrooke counterpart of Snow White. While travelling with David, Emma, Hook, Mr. Gold and Regina to Neverland, they go on a journey to rescue a kidnapped Henry. Following Mr. Gold's parting from the ship, they finds trouble with a swarm of mermaids accumulating in a breakdown of the group nearly costing everyone's lives, which Emma risks her life to put a stop to. Eventually, their arrival on Neverland's island shoreline helps Emma to put her leadership skills into effect as she asks all party members to cooperate together in the endeavor to rescue Henry. ("The Heart of the Truest Believer")

Mr. GoldEdit

Main article: Mr. Gold

Mr. Gold débuts in the first episode of the first season and is portrayed by starring cast member Robert Carlyle. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of Rumplestiltskin. While travelling with David, Emma, Hook, Mary Margaret and Regina to Neverland, they go on a journey to rescue a kidnapped Henry. However, Mr. Gold decides he would be better off on his own, and has doubts Emma has the capacity to pull off the plan. He disappears to Neverland's island and comes across a campfire with the deceased body of Greg and an arrow stricken Tamara. Healing her wounds, he asks for Henry's whereabouts. Shakily, she describes what the Home Office did and asks for forgiveness all that has happened since, including Neal's death. Coolly, Mr. Gold declines and tears out her heart; crushing it to ash.

While continuing his search for Henry, he orders Felix, who has been watching him, to come out. Felix warns him to not go against Pan or die, to which Mr. Gold instigates if that is the case, he'll be taking many others with him, too. As Mr. Gold walks off, the Lost Boy tosses him a present from Pan. The sight of it shocks the older man, who breaks down into tears as he holds the doll in his hands. Felix gets the last word in by remarking something that hasn't crossed Mr. Gold's mind in years can still make him cry, and leaves the man in his misery. ("The Heart of the Truest Believer")

Neal CassidyEdit

Main article: Neal Cassidy

Neal Cassidy débuts in the first episode of the second season and is portrayed by starring cast member Michael Raymond-James. He is the Land Without Magic alias of Baelfire.

Peter PanEdit

Main article: Peter Pan

Peter Pan débuts in the first episode of the third season and is portrayed by guest star Robbie Kay. He is the Neverland alias of Malcolm. Pan, the leader of the Lost Boys of Neverland, has been searching for a particular boy, Henry, who he wants for an unknown purpose. After Henry is brought to Neverland, Pan pretends to be an ex-Lost Boy on the run to gain his trust. Only after Henry proves to have the "heart of the truest believer", Pan reveals his true colors to him. ("The Heart of the Truest Believer")

Regina MillsEdit

Main article: Regina Mills

Regina Mills débuts in the first episode of the first season and is portrayed by starring cast member Lana Parrilla. She is the Storybrooke counterpart of the Evil Queen. While travelling with David, Emma, Hook, Mary Margaret and Mr. Gold to Neverland, they go on a journey to rescue a kidnapped Henry. Following Mr. Gold's parting from the ship, they finds trouble with a swarm of mermaids accumulating in a breakdown of the group nearly costing everyone's lives, which Emma risks her life to put a stop to. Eventually, their arrival on Neverland's island shoreline helps Emma to put her leadership skills into effect as she asks all party members to cooperate together in the endeavor to rescue Henry. ("The Heart of the Truest Believer")

RufioEdit

Rufio débuts as a mention in the second episode of the third season. After Regina used a locator spell on Neverland map, the group of travellers arrive in front of Peter Pan. The latter sends the Lost Boys to engage them in combat. During the battle, Hook fights Felix. The pirate teases his enemy by saying "You remember what I did to Rufio", implying he killed him. ("Lost Girl")

RumplestiltskinEdit

Main article: Rumplestiltskin

Rumplestiltskin débuts in the first episode of the first season and is portrayed by starring cast member Robert Carlyle and guest star Wyatt Oleff. He is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Mr. Gold.

TamaraEdit

Main article: Tamara

Tamara débuts in the fifteenth episode of the second season and is portrayed by guest star Sonequa Martin-Green. She does not have a counterpart. Working together with Greg for an organization known to them as the Home Office, the two make it their mission to eliminate magic and kidnap Henry from Storybrooke on orders of their employees. Landing in Neverland, Tamara attempts to speak to the Home Office on a communicator, but Greg discovers the battery box is filled with nothing but sand. The incident causes Tamara to doubt the Home Office, but Greg persists by making a campfire signal in the jungle when they are approached by a band of teenage boys. The leading boy, Felix, reveals they are the Home Office, and their intentions have never been to destroy magic. Shocked by the revelation, Tamara and Greg refuse to hand over Henry until they explain what is really going on. To settle the problem, Felix summons the Shadow, who kills Greg by ripping out his shadow, and sends the Lost Boys in pursuit of a fleeing Henry while Tamara is taken down by a stray arrow to the back. Clinging to life, she attempts to crawl away when Mr. Gold stumbles upon the campsite. When asked by him where Henry is, she shakily describes what occurred. Tamara apologizes for everything, including what happened to Neal, and swears she had not known the true intentions of the Home Office. Though she begs for his forgiveness, Mr. Gold calmly declines and tears out her heart; crushing it to ash. ("The Heart of the Truest Believer")

The ShadowEdit

Main article: The Shadow

The Shadow débuts in the twenty-first episode of the first season and is portrayed by CGI. It does not have a counterpart. The Shadow is a creature who collects boys from a land without magic and lures them into staying in Neverland where they can never grow old. By nightfall, the children desire to go home to their parents, but the Shadow never allows them to leave. While in London, the Shadow attracts the attention of a young girl named Wendy. She allows it to take her to Neverland where she has fun playing without adults to boss her and the other children around, but is horrified that the Shadow wants to steal one of her brothers to keep as another lost boy. The Shadow tries to take Wendy's brother, but Baelfire sacrifices himself so her family won't be separated. Unwilling to accept he will become a virtual prisoner in Neverland, Baelfire wards off the Shadow with fire and is dropped into the sea. Briefly, the Shadow attempts to search for him, but loses interest and flies back to Neverland.

When Greg and Tamara bring Henry to Neverland and refuse to cooperate by handing him over to the Lost Boys, Felix summons the creature. To Tamara and Henry's shock, they watch as the Shadow rips out and flies off with Greg's shadow. ("Second Star to the Right", "The Heart of the Truest Believer")

Tinker BellEdit

Main article: Tinker Bell (Enchanted Forest)

Tinker Bell débuts in the third episode of the third season and is portrayed by guest star Rose McIver. She is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Tinker Bell.

Wendy DarlingEdit

Main article: Wendy

Wendy Darling débuts in the twenty-first episode of the second season, and is portrayed by guest star Freya Tingley. She does not have a counterpart. Wendy, curious about magic, allows a shadowy creature to bring her to Neverland. Though she and the other children have fun there, Wendy is the only one allowed to leave because she is a girl, and the Shadow forces boys to stay in Neverland forever. ("And Straight On 'Til Morning")

William SmeeEdit

Main article: William Smee (Enchanted Forest)

William Smee débuts in the fourth episode of the second season, and is portrayed by guest star Christopher Gauthier. He is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of William Smee. William is a black market trader who proposes to exchange a magic bean to Rumplestiltskin. As a reward, he wants eternal life. While William tries to obtain the bean from the ship of Captain Hook, he is caught and imprisoned. Hook and his companion, Milah, broker with Rumplestiltskin to give him the bean to protect their own lives from harm. William bears witness to Rumplestiltskin's murder of Milah and amputation of Hook's arm supposedly containing the bean. In truth, Hook tricked him into cutting off the wrong hand. William is unable to gain his end of the bargain of eternal life since the deal with Rumplestiltskin was not a success, so Hook offers him to join his crew and go to a place where no one ever ages.

While at sea on the Jolly Roger in Neverland, Hook and his crew spot a boy floating in the water and reel him in. William advises against keeping the boy as he might be the one Pan and the Lost Boys are after. He fears everyone on board will lose their lives if they refuse to bend to Pan's whims. Despite the warning, Hook is invested in keeping the boy, who he learns is Baelfire, Rumplestiltskin's son, and hides him from the Lost Boys as they search the ship. ("The Crocodile", "And Straight On 'Til Morning")