We wouldn't be surprised to find out Santa is real in the world of Once Upon a Time. So, if the jolly gift-bearing man in red were to stop by Storybrooke to deliver presents and coal based on who was naughty and who was nice so far this season, who would get what?

In the spirit of the season, we've divided the major characters from this year into naughty and nice categories. Read through our picks, and then weigh in with your ‘naughty or nice’ list in the comments below!

Naughty

We wouldn't be surprised to find out Santa is real in the world of Once Upon a Time. So, if the jolly gift-bearing man in red were to stop by Storybrooke to deliver presents and coal based on who was naughty and who was nice so far this season, who would get what?

In the spirit of the season, we've divided the major characters from this year into naughty and nice categories. Read through our picks, and then weigh in with your ‘naughty or nice’ list in the comments below!

Naughty

Peter Pan. Do we even need to explain this one? Pan was beyond naughty — he was downright evil.

Felix. Pan's right hand man was ready to do any dastardly deed his master commanded.

Henry. Dude, when your parents are telling you not to give your heart away, you listen to them. It's nice that Henry is trusting and all, but this season his inability to see the worst in people nearly got him killed.

Prince Charming. Another case of good intentions having bad results. Not telling your wife and daughter that you're dying? Really not cool.

Nealfire. We realize Nealfire has plenty of reasons not to trust his dad, but freezing Rumple in the forest just made everyone's lives more difficult.

John and Michael Darling. We got why they were willing to do anything to get their sister back, but that doesn't mean we have to like all the shady things they did for Pan.

Nice

Regina. Who'da thunk that it would take Neverland for Regina to really shed her Evil Queen skin?! Yeah, she wasn't against a little heart tearing if it helped to find Henry, but in the end she was all about doing what was best for her son (and not herself) this season — even when that meant allowing him to forget her and giving him false happy memories with Emma, who Regina used to treat as a rival for Henry's affections.

Rumple. Again, it's not like this former baddie has gone all good, but he did sacrifice himself to save his family, so that counts as nice in our books.

Hook. Another character that was finally not selfish. In fact, Hook was downright helpful this season, and even agreed to give Nealfire a chance to win Emma back.

Emma and Snow. Emma, as always, was brave and generally good hearted. Same with Snow.

Who did you think was naughty, and who was nice this season? Sound off in the comments below.

Rebecca Martin is an Associate Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment and our resident Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad, and genre TV expert. Follow her on Twitter and Google+!