Once Upon a Time Season 3 Spoilers: What Happens to Regina?
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Once Upon a Time Season 3 Spoilers: What Happens to Regina?

Love her or love to hate her, there's no denying that Regina (Lana Parrilla) is one of the key players on Once Upon a Time, and her volatile shifts in behavior often have huge impacts on the plot. So, what can we expect from the (formerly?) Evil Queen in Season 3? We've gathered the biggest Regina spoilers right here.

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There's plenty of her. If you were worried that Regina would be relegated to a side role after her starring turn in Season 2, never fear: We're in for "plenty" more of her next season.

Romance in the air? According to Colin O'Donoghue, there's a possibility for a Hook-Regina romance, and whether or not that pans out, Regina will definitely be getting a love interest this season.

Will she teach Emma magic? Emma is still far from having a grip on her powers, and the showrunners have hinted that she might turn to Regina for training.

Will she be good or evil? According to the showrunners, Regina will do "whatever it takes to get her son back. If that means Regina is required, she'll be Regina, but if that means the Evil Queen is required, watch out." So, basically, it sounds like she's more than willing to step off the straight and narrow path if that's what it takes to get Henry back.

She has a connection to Tinker Bell. And we can't wait to find out what it is!

A bloody flashback? This photo from set suggests Regina has blood on her hands literally! in a flashback.

Why will we see her with Archie. Regina is with Archie in Episode 9? Does that mean she returns to Storybrooke? Or is this another flashback? Interesting...

What do you want to see from Regina next season? Sound off in the comments below!

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