History Characters / TheChroniclesOfNarnia

17th May '18 12:23:18 AM jormis29
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--> '''Voiced in Latin-American Spanish by:''' José Lavat

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--> '''Voiced in Latin-American Spanish by:''' José LavatCreator/JoseLavat
12th Apr '18 8:16:06 PM Arachnos
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* BroughtDownToBadass: In Charn, the Witch is an unstoppable force that annihilated all life aside from herself with a single spell and can effortlessly blast apart large structures with nary a word. In our world, however, she is incapable of using magic altogether, but is still a titan of a woman with SuperStrength due to her bloodline. In Narnia, she is somewhere in between, she is a powerful spellcaster but requires a wand and her selection of spells may be a bit more limited.



* FantasticNuke: An understatement. The Deplorable Word, a spell that kills [[ApocalypseHow absolutely everything in the world]] aside from the caster, makes nukes look like party poppers. Curiously, she doesn't use it in Narnia even after the tables are turned on her, so it may only work in Charn.

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* FantasticNuke: An understatement. The Deplorable Word, a spell that kills [[ApocalypseHow absolutely everything in the world]] aside from the caster, makes nukes look like party poppers. Curiously, she doesn't use it in Narnia even after the tables are turned on her, so it may only work in Charn.



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



* MagicKnight: In the [[FilmOfTheBook film of]] ''Literature/TheLionTheWitchAndTheWardrobe'', she went into battle with a sword and a wand of petrification. A pretty nasty combination by anyone's standards, and she put both to pretty good use.

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* MagicKnight: In the [[FilmOfTheBook film of]] ''Literature/TheLionTheWitchAndTheWardrobe'', she went into battle with a sword and a wand of petrification. A pretty nasty combination by anyone's standards, and she put both to pretty good use. Additionally, she has SuperStrength, so even when her magic is unavailable (such as in our world), she is still a monstrously powerful foe.
** In the book itself, she mostly uses her wand, but when Edmund shatters it, she switches to her ritual knife as a backup weapon and is still a deadly force with it.


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* SignatureMove: Her [[TakenForGranite petrification]] spell, which she tosses out like cookies during her reign over Narnia. This may be a matter of necessity, since magic in Narnia does not seem to work the same way it did in her homeworld. While she can obviously cast other spells (the whole "everlasting winter" thing proves that), this may be the only one she can cast without an elaborate ritual.
** The [[FantasticNuke Deplorable Word]] could be considered another one, as she may be the only one to have ever learned it and is '''definitely''' the only one to have used it, if only once. [[ApocalypseHow Once was more than enough.]]
12th Apr '18 7:39:11 PM Arachnos
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* FantasticNuke: An understatement. The Deplorable Word, a spell that kills [[ApocalypseHow absolutely everything in the world]] aside from the caster, makes nukes look like party poppers. Curiously, she doesn't use it in Narnia even after the tables are turned on her, so it may only work in Charn.
9th Apr '18 7:35:31 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* EvilCounterpart: The Lady of the Green Kirtle: Both are described as impossibly beautiful, both are shape shifters, Lilliandil is instrumental to the defeat of the Green Mist (Confirmed to be the work of the Lady behind the scenes), and the Lady kills her in TheSilverChair as an instrumental step in capturing and corrupting her son

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* EvilCounterpart: The GoodCounterpart: To the Lady of the Green Kirtle: Both are described as impossibly beautiful, both are shape shifters, Lilliandil is instrumental to the defeat of the Green Mist (Confirmed to be the work of the Lady behind the scenes), and the Lady kills her in TheSilverChair as an instrumental step in capturing and corrupting her son
9th Apr '18 7:34:39 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* AdaptationalNameChange: As in, she gets one


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* NamedByTheAdaptation: Specifically the 2010 cinematic adaptation.
16th Mar '18 8:52:20 AM Paireon
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* CompositeCharacter: She is based on four characters in fiction: {{Satan|icArchetype}} from John Milton's ''Paradise Lost'', Ayesha from ''She'' by Rhyder J. Haggard, the Snow Queen from Hans Christian Anderson's fantasy story of the same name, and the Queen of Babylon from the ''Story of the Amulet'' by Nesbit. The mythological character of Lilith was also an inspiration for her character and Jadis is said to be descended from her in the stories.

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* CompositeCharacter: She is based on four characters in fiction: {{Satan|icArchetype}} from John Milton's ''Paradise Lost'', Creator/JohnMilton's ''Literature/ParadiseLost'', Ayesha from ''She'' ''Literature/{{She}}'' by Rhyder J. Haggard, Creator/HRiderHaggard, the Snow Queen from Hans Christian Anderson's Creator/HansChristianAndersen's fantasy story of the same name, and the Queen of Babylon from the ''Story of the Amulet'' by Nesbit. The mythological character of Lilith UsefulNotes/{{Lilith}} was also an inspiration for her character and Jadis is said to be descended from her in the stories.
26th Feb '18 9:59:04 PM Everdream
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* LighterAndSofter: His death compared to Jesus's death. His mane is sheared, he's mocked, and then killed in a quick way by being stabbed once, and while that's all awful enough, that's all that happens to him. Jesus was tortured ''much'' more painfully for hours before finally dying. It's obvious he would have had a similarly brutal death if the book did not have to be family friendly, given that the scene is based on this, and [[SatanicArchetype who killed him.]]

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* LighterAndSofter: His death compared to Jesus's death. His mane is mane's sheared, he's mocked, and then killed in a quick way quickly by being stabbed once, and while that's all awful enough, that's all that happens to him. Jesus was tortured ''much'' more painfully for hours before finally dying. It's obvious he would have had a similarly brutal death if the book did not didn't have to be family friendly, given that the scene is based on this, and [[SatanicArchetype who killed him.the type of person Jadis is.]]
26th Feb '18 8:14:42 PM Everdream
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* LighterAndSofter: His death compared to Jesus's death. His mane is sheared, he's mocked, and then killed in a quick way by being stabbed once, and while that's all awful enough, that's all that happens to him. Jesus was tortured ''much'' more painfully for hours before finally dying. It's obvious he would have had a similarly brutal death if the book did not have to be family friendly, given that the scene is based on this, and [[SatanicArchetype who killed him.]]
26th Jan '18 5:13:29 PM Everdream
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* FlatCharacter: lewis couldn't intentionally write him to have any personality flaws or weaknesses, lose a fight, make any mistakes, [[CharacterDevelopment or change,]] because of him being Jesus, whose perfection is very important in ''Literature/TheBible'' and Lewis's beliefs. Lewis still managed to make him a interesting character to many people while working with these major constraints.

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* FlatCharacter: lewis Lewis couldn't intentionally write him to have any personality flaws or weaknesses, lose a fight, make any mistakes, [[CharacterDevelopment or change,]] because of him being Jesus, whose perfection is very important in ''Literature/TheBible'' and Lewis's beliefs. Lewis still managed to make him a interesting character to many people while working with these major constraints.
26th Jan '18 5:12:34 PM Everdream
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%%* FaceDeathWithDignity

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%%* FaceDeathWithDignity* FaceDeathWithDignity: He keeps his dignity while being killed by the White Witch, even while his mane is being shaved off, which would be very humiliating for any talking male lion.
* FlatCharacter: lewis couldn't intentionally write him to have any personality flaws or weaknesses, lose a fight, make any mistakes, [[CharacterDevelopment or change,]] because of him being Jesus, whose perfection is very important in ''Literature/TheBible'' and Lewis's beliefs. Lewis still managed to make him a interesting character to many people while working with these major constraints.
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