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This is where it all began for the heroes we've come to know and love, particularly Snow White, Prince Charming, Regina, and Rumplestiltskin. The Enchanted Forest exists within Fairy Tale Land. If you think of FTL as a country, then the Enchanted Forest and places like Arendelle, Camelot and DunBroch are states within it, while places like Wonderland, Neverland and Oz are other countries.
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Created by the Dark Curse into what the Evil Queen believed to be her happy ending, Storybrooke was where time basically stopped for 28 years, with the residents living in a haze, unaware they were actually fairy tale characters until the Savior showed up in town.
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Also known as the land without magic, the real world has been depicted numerous times — Emma grew up there, Neal took up residence there, as did Ursula and Cruella, among others. Storybrooke also exists within the real world. As a child, Baelfire met Wendy Darling in real-world Victorian England, not to be confused with fictional Victorian England, where the Knave rescued Alice from the asylum on Once Upon a Time in Wonderland.
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Again treating Fairy Tale Land as its own country, Wonderland would make up a different country, where the Queen of Hearts, aka Cora, ruled mercilessly. Wonderland, which can be reached by the looking glass, was formerly the home of the Mad Hatter.
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Having visited this world in his childhood dreams, Rumple's father Malcolm basically rejects being an adult in order to stay, becoming the villainous Peter Pan. Neverland eventually becomes the home to Baelfire, as well as Hook.
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The green-hued land of Oz became the home to Zelena after she was abandoned by her mother. Oz was eventually taken over by the green-skinned Wicked Witch after she turned the Wizard into a flying monkey and tricked Dorothy into returning home to Kansas.
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The template on which Storybrooke was modeled from the Dark Curse, the Underworld acts as a weigh station, or purgatory, for those with unfinished business after they die.
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Otherwise known as the Land Without Color, this is where Dr. Whale hails from, which viewers discovered in the Frankenstein episodes.
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Fictional Jazz Age
Basically 1920s England, this is where Isaac first met Cruella De Vil, one of the eventual Queens of Darkness who wanted to use the Author to make sure villains got their happy endings.
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A land from the world of Frozen, Arendelle was once home to the Snow Queen and her sisters before a freak accident, leading the residents of the country to have their memories wiped. Now presently the home of Queen Elsa and her sister, Anna.
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Formerly the Broken Kingdom, Camelot was born when Merlin accidentally turned a desert into grasslands after drinking from the Holy Grail. But the kingdom is tainted as future King Arthur searches obsessively for Excalibur, using enchanted sand to transform the grasslands into a castle.
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A land from the world of Brave, DunBroch is home to Merida, who must keep the other clans on her side in order to fill her father's shoes as ruler in the wake of his death.
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The Land of Untold Stories
A refuge for characters forced to flee their problems, the Land of Untold Stories becomes a safe haven for those whose stories are unfinished, like Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.