Edit As a young boy, Killian and his father dream of sailing around the world and to discover adventures.
He is also based on the character from the play Peter Pan with the same nickname. Biography As a young boy, Killian and his father planned to sail and explore other worlds on a ship.
Unfortunately, he receives an emotional blow when his father, a fugitive, secretly disappears during the night to avoid capture and leaves him to fend for himself.
On the way there, they are attacked from behind by two other ships firing cannons. To escape them, Liam has the sail released down, which is made of Pegasus feathers, and glides the ship to safety in the clouds. The boy presses that the plant only leads to doom and exemplifies how easy it is to kill an entire army with poison instead of a messy onslaught.
In a misguided attempt to prove the plant is harmless, Liam cuts himself with Dreamshade and passes out from the spreading poison.
Killian promises to give him whatever he wants and hurries to deliver the water to Liam, who is completely healed by it. He turns to repay Pan for his services, but the boy is gone. They become acquainted and begin gambling and drinking together. Killian entertains Milah with stories of the lands he has visited.
Rumplestiltskin asks Milah to come back home with him, though she refuses. Seeing her son, Milah forfeits her stay and goes home. The next day, Killian and his crew seemingly kidnap Milah, but in actuality, she goes willingly with them. Not knowing the truth, Rumplestiltskin goes to his ship to plea for his wife back.
Killian references himself as a man with a code of honor, and if Rumplestiltskin can fight him and win, he will allow Milah to return home.
When Killian throws the sword to Rumplestiltskin so they battle man-to-man, the latter backs out of the duel. Several years later, Killian bumps into by a seemingly helpless beggar, whom he makes fun of by referring to as a crocodile.
The beggar begins to laugh hideously, and casts off his cloak to reveal he is none other than the Dark One. Rumplestiltskin asks for Milah, and at first, Killian feigns ignorance, but then, he lies and states that she died many years ago.
Rumplestiltskin takes his words as truth, and challenges him to a sword fight. Killian nearly has his heart ripped out, but Milah interrupts to stop Rumplestiltskin.
Rumplestiltskin confronts Milah over her abandonment of Baelfire, which Milah regrets doing.
When Milah spitefully claims to have never loved him, he moves to grab the bean, which she tosses to Killian, who catches it. In actuality, Killian switched the bean to his right hand. A furious Killian grabs a hook and stabs Rumplestiltskin. Unaffected, the Dark One teleports away.
In a rage, Hook takes the hook and replaces his left hand with it before burying Milah at sea. He takes out the magic bean and throws into the ocean.
During the journey towards the island of Neverland, Killian and his crew members haul a boy out of the water aboard the Jolly Roger. After the Lost Ones leave empty-handed, Smee chastises Hook for not handing over the boy them. However, Hook has a plan of his own to get close to Baelfire as a way of learning more about Rumplestiltskin and getting revenge.
Despite this scheme, he develops a true friendship with Baelfire by teaching him how to steer the ship, and they bond over being abandoned by their fathers. This tidbit gives Hook knowledge of a way to kill Rumplestiltskin, which conflicts with his growing kinship with Baelfire.
All this comes to an end when the boy finds a drawing of his mother Milah and demands answers from Hook. He tells Baelfire the true fate of his mother, who ran away to be with him because they were in love, but she died when Rumplestiltskin tore out her heart and crushed it.
Since she is gone, he believes they can live out her dream and become a family. Baelfire rejects the notion and opts to go to Neverland. The renunciation crushes Hook, who strays back into darkened emotions as revenge becomes his main and only focus.
Smee struggles to keep up with the walk until he is knocked out by an unknown assailant. He explains his reason for being in Neverland to find magic and return to the Enchanted Forest. As Hook grabs his rum bottle, Tinker Bell mistakenly believes he is taking out a weapon and hastily pulls out another blade at him.
They share the drink while Hook tells her about his quest for vengeance against the Dark One for killing the woman he loved. Hook claims he would only risk his life for two things; love and revenge. While he lost his love, dying for revenge is well worth the sacrifice.Killian Jones, better known as Captain Hook and briefly as the Dark One, is a main character on Once Upon a Time, and a former major antagonist.
He serves as the secondary antagonist of Season 2 (along with Regina Mills), an anti-hero/protagonist in Seasons 3 and 4, a hidden major antagonist in.
Killian Jones, better known as Captain Hook or simply Hook, is one of the main characters of Once Upon a Time. He is a determined pirate captain who was unfortunate enough to humiliate and anger the feared Rumplestiltskin, who ripped the heart out of his beloved Milah and cut off his hand.
Killian Jones, better known as Captain Hook, formerly known as the Dark One, and briefly known as Prince Charles, is a character on ABC's Once Upon a Time. He débuts in the fourth episode of the second season and is portrayed by starring cast member Colin O'Donoghue and guest star Oliver Bell Wish Realm self: Hook.
Killian Jones, also known as Captain Hook, is a main character on ABC's Once Upon a Time. He is portrayed by Colin O'Donoghue. Killian Jones, better known as Hook and briefly Prince Charles, is a character that débuts in fourth episode of the second season in ABC's Once Upon A Time.
In , O'Donoghue was cast as Captain Hook/Killian Jones in the second season of the hit ABC series Once Upon a Time. In , O'Donoghue was cast as the main character in "The Dust Storm", an independent film set in Nashville, Tennessee as a musician called "Brennan".