Who doesn’t love the main character of any work? Emma Swan starts out as orphan who grew up to be a bail bondsman…person. That’s until a young Henry Mills shows up at her door and explains that he was the son she gave up for adoption ten years before.
And he tries his best to convince Emma that Storybrooke, Maine is really a cursed city of fairy-tale characters. Emma was too smart and sensical to believe that at first.
But I loved seeing her react to the truth of it all. Especially as she found her parents, that brought tears to my eyes.
She did pretty well as the “savior” in most of the stories.
Though sometimes, she wasn’t always the center of attention.
I liked the Dark Swan twist, but I thought it ended too easy and too simply.
By the end of the series, her importance wanes and it’s obvious. So she doesn’t really show up in the last season.
Until the very end where she ends up with the original Killian Jones (Captain Hook) and they have a daughter. They congratulate Regina for being crowned as the Good Queen.