Let's pretend we never messed around with the space-time continuum.
That's highly unlikely, but then again this is Deception.
Oh, no. I'm not doing that again.
Seriously, it's a week. They have no idea where to start looking, and not one of them is well-versed in, or can even spell curses. You can't even cure a headache in a week.
Oh boy! Something! But once again, we are forgetting about one goblin-faced villain.
He sure does like to make that pose.
I'll hold you to that.
"THIS IS MY REAL BLOOD! MY ARMS ARE MY CANVAS!"
This is basically the same fight that Reina had in her house, except Rumpelstiltskin still has the rocket launcher. So we're gonna skip that battle entirely.
"Why are you acting so tired? I'm the one who did all the fighting."
"I think I have epilepsy."
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His power level- it's growing!
And we're all back together. One big happy formerly cursed slave family.
And so, Albert and company use their magic borrowed time to read a lot of books while posing thoughtfully.
"I'm pumping my fist!"
"I'm on the floor!"
Reina's curse made her develop cataracts.
I know! I couldn't believe it either. It sounds farfetched, but there she is with the blurry vision.
"But the third porridge was just right. Mixing it with her blood, Goldilocks summoned Yub-Shoggoth, the Elder God of bears. He was so cranky!"
"This is called a book. They have words inside. You open them like this."
"Reina! Guess what! I figured out the cure! It was nutmeg!"
And they lived happily ever after.
And we got a Barracuda for that. Whatever it is.
You know what? Reina dying probably wasn't a good thing. The whole stone business has led to misfortune. I think we need a do-over.
Let's go see the queen.
You don't have to be so pushy.
Thus begins Reina's royal adventure.
Tune in next time for more wacky hijinks, when Reina visits Castle Hades!