History Characters / TheChroniclesOfNarnia

14th Mar '17 10:12:41 PM DustSnitch
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* BackFromTheDead: After he's killed. Considering [[{{Jesus}} who he's supposed to be]], it was inevitable.

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* BackFromTheDead: After he's killed. Considering [[{{Jesus}} [[UsefulNotes/{{Jesus}} who he's supposed to be]], it was inevitable.



* {{God}}: Implied very heavily to be {{Jesus}} in the books, outright confirmed by the author.

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* {{God}}: Implied very heavily to be {{Jesus}} UsefulNotes/{{Jesus}} in the books, outright confirmed by the author.



* KingOfAllCosmos: He's literally {{Jesus}} himself, but in a form that's more suitable for Narnia. On Earth, which is dominated by humans, he took the form of a man. In Narnia, which is mostly populated by {{Talking Animal}}s and [[FantasyKitchenSink mythical creatures]], he takes the form of a [[PantheraAwesome giant talking lion]] who gives you rides on his back and lets you stroke his mane.

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* KingOfAllCosmos: He's literally {{Jesus}} UsefulNotes/{{Jesus}} himself, but in a form that's more suitable for Narnia. On Earth, which is dominated by humans, he took the form of a man. In Narnia, which is mostly populated by {{Talking Animal}}s and [[FantasyKitchenSink mythical creatures]], he takes the form of a [[PantheraAwesome giant talking lion]] who gives you rides on his back and lets you stroke his mane.



* GodSaveUsFromTheQueen: Literally. She declares herself Queen of Narnia... and [[{{Jesus}} Aslan]] himself disposes of her.

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* GodSaveUsFromTheQueen: Literally. She declares herself Queen of Narnia... and [[{{Jesus}} [[UsefulNotes/{{Jesus}} Aslan]] himself disposes of her.



* TheAntiGod: He's established as the EvilCounterpart of Aslan. Since Aslan is another form of {{Jesus}}, this ''would'' make Tash TheAntichrist, especially since his summoning helps bring about TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt. That said, Tash is portrayed more as this trope than as an Antichrist. Whereas your typical Antichrist is a human or at least partly human DarkMessiah, Tash is a full-on GodOfEvil resembling a pre-Abrahamic Middle Eastern idol. And whereas your typical Antichrist is usually born around the time of Armageddon, Tash has apparently been around long before that -- he may even be as old as Aslan, since he's described as an equal opposite, the yin to Aslan's yang. And since Christian theology traditionally views God and Jesus (and the Holy Spirit) as one and the same, the Antichrist/Anti-God distinction might be muddled the same way the Christ/God distinction is.

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* TheAntiGod: He's established as the EvilCounterpart of Aslan. Since Aslan is another form of {{Jesus}}, UsefulNotes/{{Jesus}}, this ''would'' make Tash TheAntichrist, especially since his summoning helps bring about TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt. That said, Tash is portrayed more as this trope than as an Antichrist. Whereas your typical Antichrist is a human or at least partly human DarkMessiah, Tash is a full-on GodOfEvil resembling a pre-Abrahamic Middle Eastern idol. And whereas your typical Antichrist is usually born around the time of Armageddon, Tash has apparently been around long before that -- he may even be as old as Aslan, since he's described as an equal opposite, the yin to Aslan's yang. And since Christian theology traditionally views God and Jesus (and the Holy Spirit) as one and the same, the Antichrist/Anti-God distinction might be muddled the same way the Christ/God distinction is.
14th Mar '17 5:35:29 PM MasterFuzzy
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* ParentalSubstitute: He's more of a father figure to Caspian than Miraz.



* ABoyAndHisX: Inverted -- Bree seems to regard Shasta as ''his'' pet.

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* ABoyAndHisX: Inverted -- Bree seems to regard Shasta as ''his'' pet. This is even lampshaded in the title of the book-it's not called "The Boy and His Horse," after all.



%%* NiceGuy

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%%* NiceGuyNiceGuy: He is one of the genuinely nicest characters in the whole book.
13th Jan '17 2:28:21 PM ProfessorGrimm
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* FreudianExcuse: Lewis mentions the reason for his Jerkass behavior in "The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe" was because before the book began he was sent to a BoardingSchoolOfHorrors that made him go "wrong". His talk with Aslan turns him into his nicer pre-school self.
6th Jan '17 11:13:16 AM LBHills
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[[folder: Diggory Kirke]]

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[[folder: Diggory Digory Kirke]]



* AuthorAvatar: C.S Lewis essentially wrote Diggory's journey to save his mother as a happier alternative to his own life.

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* AuthorAvatar: C.S Lewis essentially wrote Diggory's Digory's journey to save his mother as a happier alternative to his own life.



* {{Expy}}: Of Adam in Literature/TheBible, except Polly (Eve) is trying to ''stop'' him from ringing that bell.
%%* GenreSavvy

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* {{Expy}}: Of Adam in Literature/TheBible, except Polly (Eve) A gender-flipped one for Eve of Literature/TheBible: he's the one who is trying to ''stop'' him from ringing tempted regarding an apple.
* GenreSavvy: When he learns
that bell.
%%* GenreSavvy
magic is real, he refers to the EvilSorcerer trope and shows other signs of knowing how 'these kinds of stories' work... though he's got a blind spot when it comes to the SchmuckBait bell in Charn. When he's a much older man in LWW, of course, he's even savvier.



* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Responsible for awakening Jadis.

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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Responsible for awakening Jadis.Digory's the reason Jadis was brought to the universe of Narnia.



Introduced as Diggory's neighbour in ''The Magician's Nephew'' and is caught up in Uncle Andrew's plot [[spoiler: and transported to The Wood Between the Worlds]], starting the main adventure of the book. Returns in ''The Last Battle'' as a 'Friend of Narnia'.

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Introduced as Diggory's Digory's neighbour in ''The Magician's Nephew'' and is caught up in Uncle Andrew's plot [[spoiler: and transported to The Wood Between the Worlds]], starting the main adventure of the book. Returns in ''The Last Battle'' as a 'Friend of Narnia'.



* BlueOni: Definitely more level headed than the impulsive Diggory.

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* BlueOni: Definitely more level headed than the impulsive Diggory.Digory.



* FireForgedFriends: Her and Diggory. ''The Last Battle'' reveals they remain in contact their whole lives.

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* FireForgedFriends: Her She and Diggory.Digory. ''The Last Battle'' reveals they remain in contact their whole lives.



* PlatonicLifePartners: With Diggory Kirke.

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* PlatonicLifePartners: With Diggory Digory Kirke.
11th Dec '16 4:22:53 PM GottamsReckoning
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--> '''Voiced in European Spanish by:''' Juan Antonio Soler, Creator/ClaudioSerrano (adult self)



--> '''Voiced in European Spanish by:''' Anahí de la Fuente, Marta García (adult self)



--> '''Voiced in European Spanish by:''' David Sánchez, Adolfo Moreno (3rd film), Sergio García Marín (adult self)



--> '''Voiced in European Spanish by:''' Celia Rocha, Blanca "Neri" Hualde (3rd film), Cristina Yuste (adult self)



--> '''Voiced in European Spanish by:''' Carlos Bautista












--> '''Voiced in European Spanish by:''' Ángel Amorós









--> '''Voiced in European Spanish by:''' Artur Palomo













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--> '''Voiced in European Spanish by:''' Fernando Cabrera




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--> '''Played by:''' Vincent Grass
--> '''Voiced in European Spanish by:''' Luis Mas




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--> '''Played by:''' Bille Brown
--> '''Voiced in European Spanish by:''' Luis Mas



--> '''Played by:''' EddieIzzard (''Prince Caspian''), Creator/SimonPegg (''Voyage of the Dawn Treader'')

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--> '''Played '''Voiced by:''' EddieIzzard Creator/EddieIzzard (''Prince Caspian''), Creator/SimonPegg (''Voyage of the Dawn Treader'')Treader'')
--> '''Voiced in European Spanish by:''' Abraham Aguilar




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--> '''Played by:''' Creator/PeterDinklage
--> '''Voiced in European Spanish by:''' Pedro Tena

A grumpy red dwarf whose life was saved by the Pevensies.




A Marsh-Wiggle who lives in marshes and is perpetually gloomy and pessimistic. He guides Eustace and Jill in Literature/TheSilverChair.

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\nA Marsh-Wiggle who lives in marshes and is perpetually gloomy and pessimistic. He guides Eustace and Jill in Literature/TheSilverChair.
''Literature/TheSilverChair''.



--> '''Played by:''' Creator/LiamNeeson

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--> '''Played '''Voiced by:''' Creator/LiamNeeson



--> '''Voiced in European Spanish by:''' Luis Porcar




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--> '''Voiced in European Spanish by:''' Conchi López



* BigBad: In ''Wardrobe'' and ''The Magician's Nephew'', at least (arguably ''The Silver Chair'', if the Lady of the Green Kirtle is indeed supposed to be a reincarnation of Jadis); after that, she is little more than a bad memory. However, the movies seem to be giving her a much greater presence post-mortem.
** Particularly ''Dawn Treader,'' which the [[ExecutiveMeddling scriptwriters insisted]] had to have a villain. Apparently it's not a spiritual journey without a BossBattle.

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* BigBad: In ''Wardrobe'' ''The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe'' and ''The Magician's Nephew'', at least (arguably ''The Silver Chair'', if the Lady of the Green Kirtle is indeed supposed to be a reincarnation of Jadis); after that, she is little more than a bad memory. However, the movies seem to be giving her a much greater presence post-mortem.
** Particularly ''Dawn Treader,''
post-mortem particularly in ''Voyage of the Dawn Treader'', which the [[ExecutiveMeddling scriptwriters insisted]] had to have a villain. Apparently it's not a spiritual journey without a BossBattle.



* BreadEggsMilkSquick: In "The Magician's Nephew," she points out torture chambers, dungeons, and locations of massacres in Charn as casually as if they were minor tourist sites.

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* BreadEggsMilkSquick: In "The ''The Magician's Nephew," Nephew'', she points out torture chambers, dungeons, and locations of massacres in Charn as casually as if they were minor tourist sites.
10th Dec '16 1:25:23 PM lexicon
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* OutdoorsyGal: She loves the trees (and their spirits), riding, feasting outdoors and so forth. Not much of a fan of hunting, though, because she's fond of animals.



* FourTemperamentEnsemble: Melancholic.
23rd Nov '16 11:52:17 AM ansang
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* ActionHero: Especiallu in the movies.

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* ActionHero: Especiallu Especially in the movies.



%%* TallDarkAndSnarky

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%%* * TallDarkAndSnarky


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* TokenEvilTeammate: Until he realized how much of a jerk he was and that the Witch was a monster.
22nd Nov '16 4:41:18 AM silverman2020
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*Yandere:Wants to conquer all of Narnia just to force Susan to marry him.
19th Nov '16 9:20:39 AM MasterHero
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--> '''Voiced in Latin-American Spanish by:''' Héctor Emmanuel Gómez, Ricardo Tejedo (adult self)
--> '''Voiced in Japanese by:''' Creator/RyoheiKimura, Creator/HidenobuKiuchi

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--> '''Voiced in Latin-American Spanish by:''' Héctor Emmanuel Gómez, Ricardo Tejedo Creator/RicardoTejedo (adult self)
--> '''Voiced in Japanese by:''' Creator/RyoheiKimura, Creator/HidenobuKiuchi
Creator/HidenobuKiuchi (adult self)




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--> '''Voiced in Japanese by:''' Yuki Takahashi, Creator/SanaeKobayashi (adult self)



--> '''Voiced in Japanese by:''' Creator/TasukuHatanaka

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--> '''Voiced in Japanese by:''' Creator/TasukuHatanaka
Creator/TasukuHatanaka, Creator/TatsuhisaSuzuki (adult self)



--> '''Voiced in Japanese by:''' Creator/ShizukaIto

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--> '''Voiced in Japanese by:''' Creator/ShizukaIto
Reika Uyama, Creator/ShizukaIto (adult self)




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--> '''Voiced in Latin-American Spanish by:''' José Antonio Toledano (adult self)
--> '''Voiced in Japanese by:''' Creator/RomiPark




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--> '''Voiced in Latin-American Spanish by:''' Héctor Lama Yazbek
--> '''Voiced in Japanese by:''' Tadashi Nakamura
18th Nov '16 9:11:39 AM Rippingtons60
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* InTheBlood: She mentions that one of her ancestors has single-handely slaughtered over seventy nobles, because some of them had rebellious thoughts. Apparently it was normal thing in her family.

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* InTheBlood: She mentions that one of her ancestors has single-handely slaughtered over seventy seven-hundred nobles, because some of them had rebellious thoughts. Apparently it was normal thing in her family.
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