Given that they recently had a final falling out, it makes sense that at first, Mr. Gold seems indifferent when they mention his son. But as soon as David reveals that Neal was shot by Tamara and fell into a portal, Rumplestiltskin immediately gets emotional, in disbelief.
“But he wasn’t supposed to die,” Rumple says, on the edge of tears. Surprisingly, he doesn't want vengeance, though. As The Charmings explain that Greg and Tamara took the magical trigger that will destroy Storybrooke and kill everyone, and then ask for his help, he says one word: “No.”
“They killed your son in cold blood. You don’t want to stop them?” David questions.
“They didn’t kill my son; I did. I brought magic to this world to find Bae, and now he’s dead,” Rumple replies. “Magic always has a price, and this is it. And I’m about to pay it.”
Of course, Charming and Snow are shocked, reminding him that not only will everyone not born in this world (which means Henry may be safe) will die — including him.
“Yeah, I’ve made my peace with that,” Rumple says before walking away.
Do you think that he will change his mind and help, or is Storybrooke doomed? Sound off below!
Catch the finale of Once Upon a Time on Sunday, May 12, 2013 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.
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Alyse Whitney is an editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow her on Twitter @AlyseWhitney.