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Apr 21, It plays into the Rumple-Belle or Rumbelle, or whatever people call it, relationship. It's not the Snow and Charming relationship, where they're. Oct 27, Unfortunately, Belle continued to age in a heartbreaking Up-esque montage that showed On her deathbed, Belle reveals to Rumple that she purposefully run date. 10/23/ Status. In Season. Cast. Ginnifer Goodwin. Oct 12, Which is the equivalent of a modern day person dating someone from the age difference between Rumpelstiltskin and Belle is not that great.
Gold notifies David and Emma of Regina's plans. As he moves to leave directly after delivering the news, David persuades him to help them stop Regina since he owes Mary Margaret for saving his life. After Regina leaves the mausoleum, Gold and David search and find missing spell ingredients. Gold concludes Regina wants to cast the curse of the empty-hearted. The spell requires sacrificing the heart of the person she hates most—Mary Margaret.
Gold suggests ending this feud by killing Regina; an idea Henry objects to, though David and Emma don't see any other choice. Upset, the boy flees the building as Emma follows. Gold warns David that while Cora was dangerous for not having a heart, Regina is more of a menace for having one. While David is gone, Gold stands guard over Mary Margaret, especially when Regina attempts to steal her heart.
Later, Gold receives a phone call notifying him that Regina destroyed the curse. Suddenly, Mary Margaret asks him how he is able to live with himself after all the evil things he has done. Gold says it's best to keep clinging to the belief he did the right thing, and to keep thinking so until the mantra becomes reality.
He allows his grandson to pick out a present from the shop. Henry chooses a wand, which Gold then demonstrates for him. As the boy watches the movement, of the wand, Gold turns him into a statue.
Henry's parents and grandparents react with shock, but Gold states that he has no choice since the boy will be his undoing. Brusquely, he takes his cane and smashes the statue. Only then, Gold awakes from the nightmare.
The next day, Gold watches from a distance as Henry and Neal play at the park. Regina stops by, inquiring why his son is with hers, to which Gold replies Neal is Henry's father.
She accuses him of orchestrating it, though he stresses this was fate's doing. Nonetheless, she knows he won't ever be accepted by others since he always chooses darkness. Surprising Belle at the hospital, Mr. Gold professes his love for her is real, which she believes.
Belle thinks whatever past she did have, he was a part of it. Since she brings out the good in him, he will help her remember herself for his and her sake. After signing Belle's discharge papers, he finds her missing.
Upon further inspection, a card of The Rabbit Hole. Gold discovers Belle, with false memories, calling herself Lacey. Furious, he confronts Regina, but she declares it's impossible to undo what has been done.
Setting out to win Lacey's heart, Mr. Gold receives help from David to ask her out. During the date, Lacey expresses surprise that Mr.
Gold is different from his fearsome reputation. She believes no one can truly know what's in a person's heart until you truly know someone. Shocked to hear words she once said in the past, he spills wine on her dress. Lacey leaves to clean up at the bathroom, but when she doesn't return, he finds her in the alley with Keith.
Mistaking their rendezvous for a sexual assault, he scares off Keith. Lacey admits she only accepted his date out of pity for him, and that she is not Belle.
Later, he takes out his anger by ripping out Keith's tongue and beating him up. Lacey, witnessing his actions, becomes drawn to Mr. Sensing her acceptance of him, he continues to hit Keith as Lacey watches with a mischievous smile. That same night, after Mr. Gold is done with Keith, he and Lacey stroll out into the parking lot side-by-side while chatting animatedly.
Unbeknownst to either, Hook sees them from the clock tower. Outside the Rabbit Hole, Mr. Gold allegedly catches Dr. Whale looking at Lacey. After forcing him to the ground, he tries to make Dr.
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Whale to kiss his foot as punishment when Neal stops the altercation. As tensions rise, Mr. Gold sends Lacey to the shop so he can talk privately with Neal. His son is upset that Mr. Gold believes the relationship won't work since Neal still have feelings for Emma.
His son, however, is disappointed his father has not changed from the past. Neal then permanently cuts off contact with him; stating that the only person he's in Storybrooke for is Henry. While spending time with Lacey at the pawnshop, he is approached by David and Mary Margaret.
Gold asks Lacey to leave so he can take care of business. The pair ask for a way to locate Regina, and he helps them due to being indebted to Mary Margaret after she saved his life. Bringing out a bottle containing one of Regina's tears, Mr.
Gold collects Mary Margaret's tear and mixes the two. Afterwards, he instructs she must put the liquid into her eye so a temporary bodily connection with Regina can be breached. After they are gone, Lacey curiously asks him about his magical abilities.
Conjuring a necklace, he then helps her put it on. As Lacey learns more about his inability to age as the Dark One, she, too, wishes to be immortal so they can be together forever. He says it's possible, but mentions it doesn't keep a person immune from dying.
Gold goes on to tell her about a prophecy a seer gave him a long time ago that someone will be his undoing, which he takes to mean his death will occur because of this person. Puzzled, Lacey questions why he doesn't just get rid of the obstacle in his way as he's the kind of man who won't let anything stand in his way.
At a distance, Mr. Gold deliberately tries to sabotage the swing Henry is playing on, but a car door slam startles him. From a truck, Emma and her parents step out. When questioned by a suspicious David, Mr. Gold lies and states that he's spending time with his grandson. Hastily, they also fill Mr. Gold in on Greg and Tamara's plans of setting off a trigger to obliterate every person in Storybrooke who was not born in the Land Without Magic.
They ask for his help to stop it, but he refuses. Blaming himself for Neal's death, after bringing magic to this land in order to find him, Mr. Gold is prepared to die once the trigger self-destructs. Later on, he receives a potion from Leroy to restore Lacey's memories. As the demise of Storybrooke nears, Mr. Gold drinks scotch with Lacey.
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She accidentally spills some and uses Baelfire's shawl as a wiping rag. Outraged, he snatches it back and angrily exclaims it belonged to someone very important to him, and that she would not understand. Gold recognizes, in this instance, that the person he needs most is Belle. Magically reconstructing the chipped cup, he pours the potion into it.
With one sip, Lacey's memories as Belle return. As they reunite, Mr. Gold apologizes for waking her up only to die on the same day. Soon, destruction is alleviated when Emma and Regina's combined powers stop the trigger.
At the dock, Mr. Gold and Belle learn Henry has been taken to another world by Greg and Tamara. Hook, possessing the last magic bean, agrees to help them pursue Henry's kidnappers. Gold persuades Belle into enacting a cloaking spell to keep outsiders from entering town.
Gold intends this to be the last time they meet as it is his duty to save Henry for Neal's sake. Hopeful as ever, Belle believes the future isn't always what it seems, and they will see each other again. Parting with a kiss, Belle walks away, and then assures him that Neal would be proud. Aboard the Jolly Roger, Mr. Gold conjures the magic globe and pricks a drop of blood onto it, which pinpoints Henry in Neverland. After Hook opens a portal with the bean, he, Mr.
Season 3 and 4[ edit ] When Henry is kidnapped to Neverland, Gold travels with Emma, her parents, Regina and Hook to rescue him from his father's plot to steal Henry's heart. Returning to Storybrooke, Pan attempts to kill his loved ones, though Gold uses his dagger to sacrifice both himself and his father.
However, Pan's curse is enacted, and when Regina destroys her curse to end Pan's curse, the inhabitants are returned to the Enchanted Forest. Neal and Belle travel to Rumplestiltskin's castle and are located to the Dark One's vault where Neal resurrects Rumplestiltskin but kills himself. Before he dies, Rumplestiltskin merges Neal's body with his own.
Gold is returned to Storybrooke under Zelena's control. Emma later finds him, only to find that Neal is trapped within him, thus causing Gold to lose his mind. Neal asks for Emma to free Gold to defeat Zelena, though he will die; she reluctantly agrees.
Gold proposes to Belle, also giving her his dagger. Unknown to her, it is a fake, and Gold uses the original to kill Zelena. He later marries Belle with her father's blessing, secretly returning the real dagger to Belle. Gold soon discovers the Sorcerer Merlin's magical hat in Storybrooke and once again defies Belle to take back the original blade. Attempting to cleave himself from his dagger and have ultimate power and control by killing Hook, Belle stops him and banishes him from the town.
Gold finds Ursula and Cruella and enlists them to help in returning to Storybrooke, later teaming with Maleficent to find the Author of Henry's book and retrieve their own happy endings at the expense of Emma who's savior status must be removed.
Gold's darkened heart affliction worsens, he uses the Author to create an alternate universe in which villains get their happy endings. However, Henry undoes Isaac's work, and Belle finds an unconscious Mr. Gold back in Storybrooke. The Apprentice removes the Dark One's powers from Gold's heart and keeps him in a preservation spell. Meanwhile, in Storybrooke, Mr. Gold attempts to save Belle-although he's not sure what he'll encounter once he's found her. Gold One Step by Masako Moonshade reviews Gold finally has Belle back, but for all his plans, he never thought about what happens next.
All he can do is move forward one step at a time. A Chipped Cup by GoneDrake reviews After Belle left the castle, Rumpelstiltskin decided that he would no longer think of his lost love.
But when Belle wants nothing more than death, Rumpelstiltskin has to choose between letting her die To think he might have missed her, had he slept well the night before. But she was dancing, face painfully blank, lips slightly parted. Arms held aloft, eyes closed, she looks to be daydreaming, peacefully floating through her own mind.
Danse Macabre reviews Belle was only a child when she met the strange man dusted with gold. The words she spoke to him made him feel as if there could be hope for his darkened soul. He would keep his eye on her, yes. Make sure she was always content and safe. He did not anticipate the trials they would face together as the child grew into a proper young lionheart.
Gold didn't expect to find a blonde version of Belle in the hospital after losing Boyd's daughter, nor did he expect for her to have an obsession with slippers. He assumes she is only there as a volunteer, and yet when he finds out the truth, Gold finds himself entangled in her world of blunt words and hopeful asides.
They'll include a variety of different Rumbelle stories and situations, including AU Rumbelle, Anyelle and more! Expect a bit of smut here and there: That is, until she decides to take matters into her own hands. Based off the short snippet in the promo to "Lacey. To bother his new caretaker, of course! Gold - Complete Super Glue and Broken Cups reviews Belle is sick of being bored and driven into panic attacks at the hospital, so she decides to glue the cup she had broken.
Later on, she dares to comment on the shared floof of the floof family. Rumbelle Oneshot for fluffapalooza! Gold - Complete A Home For Pongo reviews "The royal family left his shop, failing to note that they had forgotten entirely about the tired dalmatian sitting at Gold's feet. The dog brings about a change in the couple that they never imagined possible.
Gold is weary and heartbroken from trying so very hard to make Belle remember him, but Henry is determined to do so himself.
He sneaks into the hospital while Mr. Gold is out and reads Belle her story.
We all need a happy story with a happy ending after that last episode. Gold - Complete Mad Gran reviews Jefferson can't pay for tea and Granny has a better payment in mind. You think Rumbelle has an age difference? Belle cares for him. Touches base on Belle caring for Rumple when he's ill, helping him manage with his leg, and dealing with his stubbornness, just as requested.
Gold - Complete Reopened Wounds reviews Belle isn't anywhere near fine and dandy when Regina interrupts her date with Rumpelstiltskin. Painful memories are brought back that chill her to the bone. She can only sit and try to listen to their conversation through the fog of her fears.
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After Regina leaves, she reveals a painful secret to Rumpelstiltskin. Belle's thoughts during the date and so on. And how did it go down? My take on the date proposal. My mind is currently full of Rumbelle fears and feels so I needed to get this out. Instead of slapping and cursing at the woman who imprisoned her, she is swallowed by fear.
Rumple won't always be able to protect her.