History Literature / TheLionTheWitchAndTheWardrobe

23rd Nov '17 6:30:38 PM ImpudentInfidel
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* MinionWithAnFInEvil: Tumnus and other Narnia residents are ordered to turn in any humans they find, on the threat of being tortured and then turned into stone. When he finds Lucy, lures her to his cave, and feeds her so that she'll fall asleep, Tumnus finds that he can't do it. He sobs and confesses to her, before escorting her back to the wardrobe.

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* MinionWithAnFInEvil: Tumnus and other Narnia residents are ordered to turn in any humans they find, on the threat of being tortured and then turned into stone. When he finds Lucy, lures her to his cave, and feeds her so that she'll fall asleep, Tumnus finds that he can't do it. He sobs and confesses to her, before escorting her back to the wardrobe. He believed humans to be purely mythical and that he was being paid to do nothing until then.
16th Oct '17 3:35:46 PM Da1tonTheGreat
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* SantaClaus: Father Christmas himself makes an appearance late in the book to provide the children with important tools. Because the White Witch's enchantments kept Christmas from happening, he notes that he hasn't been to Narnia for quite some time.
16th Oct '17 3:32:06 PM Da1tonTheGreat
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** Not to mention the fact that the BigBad, who personally leads her forces on the battlefield, is also female.
29th Sep '17 7:21:01 PM Tarlonniel
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* LoopholeAbuse: How the Pevensies justify taking fur coats that don't belong to them into Narnia, on the grounds that they're not actually removing them from the wardrobe.
29th Sep '17 7:12:11 PM Tarlonniel
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* BittersweetEnding: The enemy is defeated, but those who are not from Narnia have to leave it, perhaps forever.
14th Sep '17 9:10:09 AM Nadim
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* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: Edmund was very easy on siding with the White Witch against his own siblings thinking she would make him king of Narnia rather than kill him and his siblings. It was very obvious from the start that the White Witch was evil from everything the Pevensies heard about her from the Beavers and how she imprisoned Tumnus just because he saved Lucy. He played the {{Idiot Ball}} even further by foolishly sneaking out to her castle and getting himself kidnapped and nearly killed. It wasn't until she betrayed him for coming alone and he was forced to witness her cruelty that he finally snapped out of this trope.
14th Sep '17 8:58:10 AM Nadim
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* YouCantFightFate: The Golden Age Prophecy states that four noble humans will one day discover Narnia and put an end to the White Witch's tyranny. Although the White Witch tried to kill the Pevensies to prevent the prophecy from coming true, they eventually succeed in defeating her and are crowned as kings/queens of Narnia exactly as the prophecy has told

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* YouCantFightFate: The Golden Age Prophecy states that four noble humans will one day discover Narnia and put an end to the White Witch's tyranny. Although the White Witch tried to kill the Pevensies to prevent the prophecy from coming true, they eventually succeed in defeating her and are crowned as kings/queens of Narnia exactly as the prophecy has told
had told.
14th Sep '17 8:56:38 AM Nadim
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* YouCantFightFate: The Golden Age Prophecy states that four noble humans will one day discover Narnia and put an end to the White Witch's tyranny. Although the White Witch tried to kill the Pevensies to prevent the prophecy from coming true, they eventually succeed in defeating her and are crowned as kings/queens of Narnia exactly as the prophecy has told
31st May '17 10:34:26 AM Cleric_Quarion
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** Edmund's betrayal of the group (for Turkish Delight) is based on Judas Iscariot's betrayal of Jesus (for 20 pieces of silver). Aslan chooses to peacefully give himself up to the White Witch after his betrayal, just as Jesus chooses to peacefully give himself up to the Romans.

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** Edmund's betrayal of the group (for Turkish Delight) is based on Judas Iscariot's betrayal of Jesus (for 20 30 pieces of silver). Aslan chooses to peacefully give himself up to the White Witch after his betrayal, just as Jesus chooses to peacefully give himself up to the Romans.
19th May '17 8:51:37 AM axle-k89
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* JerkassHasAPoint: Thanks to a bit of GenreSavvy, Edmund points out to Peter as they follow the robin that they have no idea whether the robin is good or not, and that it could lead them into a trap. He also points out they (bar Lucy) have no way of knowing whether Tumnus really did save Lucy or not, and that they have no idea of the way home from where they are. Peter says he didn't think of that.

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* JerkassHasAPoint: Thanks to a bit of GenreSavvy, Edmund points out to Peter as they follow the robin that they have no idea whether the robin is good or not, and that it could lead them into a trap. He also points out they (bar Lucy) have no way of knowing whether Tumnus really did save Lucy or not, and that they have no idea of the way home from where they are. He's right on all accounts, and when it comes to the last one, Peter says he [[OhCrap didn't think of that.that]].
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