“Emma realized she had magic and kind of was in denial of it, then at the end, she’s not really in control of it, nor has she had time in Season 2 to contemplate that,” Eddy dished. However, “Season 3 is definitely going to have her ask the questions: what are my abilities? What does it really mean to be the savior?” The co-creators also revealed that Season 3 will dive deeper into Emma’s past.
With Emma learning about her magical abilities, will Regina step in and help train her former foe? “Her parents may have an opinion about being trained by her, but circumstances may call for it!” Adam said.
He added that we’ve seen instances where Regina and Emma work together (um, like saving Storybrooke from imploding in the finale?) and seen their “connection” at times. So this could lead to more interaction between OUAT’s favorite frenemies.