Used for: There's no other way. Color: It is essentially a golden medallion with a symbol on it. According to legend, it marks its victims and removes their souls; damning them for all eternity. He forces her hand to be branded on the medallion to mark her as the intended victim of the medallion's keeper, the Wraith. Aurora and Mulan lay Prince Phillip's body to rest at the palace bier and mourn his passing. According to legend, it marks its victims and removes their souls; damning them for all eternity. Mulan bags the medallion and passes it to Aurora, stating that she should keep it. He is a guest star.” "Broken" Despite swearing to Belle he won't seek revenge, Mr. Gold finds another way. Usage Information Show Information It first appears in the first episode of the second season. Wrapping the medallion in a cloth, Mulan gives it to Aurora for safekeeping. Wraith Amulet Contained Wraith Amulet Enchanted Forest Once Upon a Time Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. Following this, the Wraith returns into the medallion. He swears not to kill Regina, but concocts a way to get revenge without himself being the one who will be harming her. It is one of the most dangerous creatures in all the known lands: a soul-sucker. The Wraith Amulet is a magical item featured on ABC 's Once Upon a Time. The Qui Shen, the Wraith, is one of the most dangerous creatures in all the known lands; a soul-sucker. The Wraith, also known as the Qui Shen, is a character on ABC's Once Upon a Time. Prince PhillipRegina Mills SpoilerTV (July 17, 2012). Go! Wraiths are common in folklore and fairy tales and are often seen in other stories, although often not by the same name. At the remains of Aurora's old palace, they place Prince Phillip's body on a bier and say their goodbyes. Gold †Mulan (briefly) Show Information Going back to his shop, Mr. Gold takes an amulet from a cabinet and pays a short visit to Regina at her jail cell. Status: Just then, Emma and Mary Margaret arrive unconscious into the Enchanted Forest. Due to Henry's wish that his mother isn't harmed, Emma decides to protect Regina. Mr. Gold is tremendously angered because of what Regina did, but Belle makes him promise not to do anything to prove he is a changed man. I've been marked. ("Broken"). While battling the three strangers, Prince Phillip grabs the medallion around the Wraith's neck and unintentionally marks himself as the next victim. Summoning the WraithMarking the Wraith's victims Bronze It debuts in the first episode of the second season. AuroraMr. Used by: Wraith The Wraith Amulet is a magical item featured on ABC's Once Upon a Time. ("And Straight On 'Til Morning"). Biographical Information Physical Description It is currently in Aurora 's possession. Within the rubble, they discover the unconscious forms of Emma and Mary Margaret, who, unknown to Mulan and Aurora, have crossed over from Storybrooke. https://onceuponatime.fandom.com/wiki/Wraith_Amulet?oldid=906153. After a little help from Emma, the portal bursts open and pushes the Wraith in, but it uses its magic to pull Emma with it. https://onceuponatime.fandom.com/wiki/Wraith?oldid=919435. It first appears in the first episode of the second season. In Storybrooke, Mr. Gold seeks vengeance against Regina for having locked Belle up for twenty-eight years. Summoned from the medallion by Mr. Gold, the Wraith is given orders to hunt down Regina and take her soul. As the two women turn to begin their journey to the safe haven, they hear a strange noise near the palace ruins. ("Broken"), Aurora is captured by Cora who wants the magic compass needed to open a portal and news of Emma and Mary Margaret's plans in returning to Storybrooke. It's too late for me. Current Location: Once Upon a Time Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. Aurora and Mulan lay Prince Phillip's body to rest at the palace bier and mourn his passing. Having branded himself as the Wraith's next victim, he quietly disappears from his betrothal, Aurora, and travelling companion, Mulan, to face his fate. They both begin to believe the two strangers are responsible for bringing the Wraith to this land and causing Phillip's death. Unfortunately, the Prince picked up the medallion the wraith dropped (although he was a real stoic about not reacting to the medallion sizzling through his … However, Belle is quite unhappy when she finds out the truth and leaves him. Enchanted Forest Mulan bags the medallion and passes it to Aurora, stating that she should keep it. ("Queen of Hearts"), At some point, they are successful in their quest and Prince Phillip is brought back. Attacked by the Wraith, Regina is saved by David, Emma and Mary Margaret. ("Into the Deep"), Aurora shares with Mulan the same information Cora told her of. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. When they finally realize what happened, the two find him in time to witness the Wraith suck out his soul. Character Hopeful at the possibility Prince Phillip can be brought back, the two go off together on a journey to find him. While Emma, David and Mary Margaret distract it, Regina attempts to open a portal from a hat to send the Wraith away to another world. Physical Description Used on: GALLERY. In Storybrooke, after the curse has been broken, Belle tells Mr. Gold of her twenty-eight years spent as a prisoner in the asylum. That means lots of ancient artifacts and occult items put in regular appearances. ↑ Once Upon a Time - Episode 2.01 - Additional role being cast. Only appearance: Possessed by: The Wraith Medallion is a magical item featured on ABC's Once Upon a Time. When Emma, David and Mary Margaret learn of what will happen to Regina, Henry begs them to save his mother's life. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. General Information Eye color: After Regina is locked up in jail for her own protection from the townspeople, Mr. Gold brands her with a medallion and summons a Wraith to hunt her down. The Wraith Amulet[1] is a magical item featured on ABC's Once Upon a Time. "New York City Serenade" She perks Aurora's attention with vital information about Prince Phillip's possible return; explaining that though the Wraith took his soul, it merely means part of him is now residing in another world. It is a soul-sucking undead demon that goes after anyone who has touched the Wraith's medallion with their bare hands. It is currently in Aurora's possession. Red Oddly enough, both are variations on the "fairytales are true" trope. Species: Wraith “Another role is being cast for episode 2.01 of Once Upon a Time: Prince Phillip, who has been on many long, hard journeys, and is a warrior from a kingdom that is no longer as well off as it once was. Once Upon a Time Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. Home: The Wraith, or Qui Shen (Chinese: 魁陈, Kuí Chén), is a character on ABC's Once Upon a Time. Origin: The Wraith's Medallion There are two television shows currently on the air that have really strong design work- "Grimm" and "Once Upon A Time". Type: Mark of death The Wraith Medallion is a magical item featured on ABC's Once Upon a Time. If someone touches the medallion with their bare hands, they become marked and branded with the symbol, and then they are tracked down by the Wraith, which will suck out their souls if they can. https://ouaat.fandom.com/wiki/Wraith_Medallion?oldid=6532. The Wraith is transported to the Enchanted Forest and reappears at a crumbling palace, startling Aurora, Mulan and Prince Phillip. The four of them lure the Wraith to the town hall. The Wraith, also known as Qui Shen, is a character on ABC's Once Upon a Time. Relevant Pages "Broken" To the horror of Aurora and Mulan, the Wraith later successfully sucks out and takes his soul, then returns to the medallion. Suspecting the strangers are responsible for summoning the Wraith from the medallion, Mulan holds them accountable for Phillip's death. To the horror of Aurora and Mulan, the Wraith later successfully sucks out and takes his soul, then returns to the medallion. It débuts in the first episode of the second season.