History Characters / TheChroniclesOfNarnia

9th Sep '16 8:31:06 PM rjd1922
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* CoolOldLady: In''The Last Battle''.

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* CoolOldLady: In''The In ''The Last Battle''.
31st Aug '16 1:48:57 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* EvilIsNotAToy: Before he stepped up to the plate, many of the characters doubted his existence, even some of his supposed followers (we're looking at you, Rishda, Shift, and Ginger).

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* EvilIsNotAToy: EvilIsNotAToy[=/=]NoMereWindmill[=/=]NotSoImaginaryFriend: Before he stepped up to the plate, many of the characters doubted his existence, even some of his supposed followers (we're looking at you, Rishda, Shift, and Ginger).
31st Aug '16 1:47:58 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* TheAntiGod: As Aslan the lion (read: [[{{Jesus}} God the Son]] incognito) put it:

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* TheAntiGod: As 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 lion (read: [[{{Jesus}} 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 Son]] incognito) put it:Holy Spirit) as one and the same, the Antichrist/Anti-God distinction might be muddled the same way the Christ/God distinction is.
30th Aug '16 1:13:09 AM Morgaus
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* TheSociopath: Let's see; LackofEmpathy, check, TheNarcissist, check, no regard for others or remorse for any of her actions, check, ItsAllAboutMe, double check, see's others either tools to use, toys for amusement, or obsticles to crush, check. What else could she possibly be?

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* TheSociopath: Let's see; LackofEmpathy, check, TheNarcissist, {{Narcissist}}, check, no regard for others or remorse for any of her actions, check, ItsAllAboutMe, double check, see's others either tools to use, toys for amusement, or obsticles obstacles to crush, check. What else could she possibly be?
6th Aug '16 5:09:02 PM Kaltrope
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* NothingIsScarier: Just what was the "terrible price" for learning the deplorable word? To who or what was it paid to?

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* NothingIsScarier: Just what was the "terrible price" for learning the deplorable word? To %%To who or what was it paid to?
6th Aug '16 5:06:18 PM Kaltrope
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* NothingIsScarier: Just what was the "terrible price" for learning the deplorable word? To who or what was it paid to?
17th Jul '16 8:59:02 PM DarkHunter
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* SuperStrength: Even without magic she's quite deadly, she is half giant after all.

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* SuperStrength: Even without magic she's quite deadly, able to rip part of a lamp-post off with her bare hands and little apparent effort. This might have been where the Narnians got the idea that she is half giant after all.was part giant.
8th Jul '16 2:54:10 AM Morgenthaler
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* TheObiWan: He provides Caspian with a comprehensive education and gets him out of the castle.

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* TheObiWan: TheMentor: He provides Caspian with a comprehensive education and gets him out of the castle.
27th Jun '16 9:44:57 AM MasterHero
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* ActionHero: Especiallu in the movies.
* AdaptationalBadass: The movies put heavier focus on his swords skills than the books.



* {{Badass}}: Especially in the movie.



* AdaptationalBadass: Much like Peter, Edmund is not wimp in the books. It's just that the movies depict him as a fighter a lot better.



* {{Badass}}: He's the one who breaks the Witch's wand, turning the tide of the battle with a surge of morale for the troops. In later books he's fighting on the front lines.



* {{Badass}}: While he is still new to it in ''Prince Caspian'', he does have his moments. By the time of ''The Voyage Of The Dawn Treader'', he is a self-certified {{Badass}}.



* {{Badass}}: He kills the Witch and scares away Tash without much effort.
20th Jun '16 7:56:09 PM Rippingtons60
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%%* EvilOverlord
%%* EvilSorcerer

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%%* EvilOverlord
%%* EvilSorcerer
* EvilOverlord: First of Charn, although ''all'' rulers of Charn in her era were this. Then of Narnia.
* EvilSorcerer: Magic comes naturally to her species, namely her royal family. Even in Narnia she was able to re-master magic eventually.



* ItsAllAboutMe: In her, the whole Universe pretty much revolves around her.
%%* KarmicDeath

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* ItsAllAboutMe: In her, her mind, the whole Universe pretty much revolves around her.
%%* KarmicDeath* KarmicDeath: Oh so very much, especially in the film.



%%* TheSociopath

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%%* TheSociopath* TheSociopath: Let's see; LackofEmpathy, check, TheNarcissist, check, no regard for others or remorse for any of her actions, check, ItsAllAboutMe, double check, see's others either tools to use, toys for amusement, or obsticles to crush, check. What else could she possibly be?



* SuperStrength: Even without magic she's quite deadly, she is half giant after all.



%%* WinterRoyalLady

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%%* WinterRoyalLady* WinterRoyalLady: Ironically the only she was ''real'' royalty before her reign in Narnia.
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