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31st Mar '17 12:26:58 AM PaulA
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[[WMG: Aslan is [[TheWizardOfOz The Cowardly Lion]] after gaining his courage.]]

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[[WMG: Aslan is [[TheWizardOfOz [[Literature/TheWonderfulWizardOfOz The Cowardly Lion]] after gaining his courage.]]
13th Mar '17 2:15:13 PM MasterFuzzy
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*** Well, that's also liking children.

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*** Well, that's [[ImAHumanitarian also liking children.
children.]]




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**But then presumably they'd be able to pop back and forth between Narnia whenever they want.




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**Maybe they were just confused by the phrase? It's not exactly one used in our world.




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** Seems pretty pessimistic to be the Doctor.
8th Mar '17 8:10:51 AM tafelshrew
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2- Vultures were actually a divine symbol in Abrahamic theology; it appears that refferences to eagles in holy texts actually were reffering to the Eurasian Black Vulture (most notably in regards to Cherubim; they had four heads, one of them of a bird of prey)

Thus, Tash is the real servant of God in the series, and Aslan was Lucifer folling everyone all along!

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2- Vultures were actually a divine symbol in Abrahamic theology; it appears that refferences references to eagles in holy texts actually were reffering referring to the Eurasian Black Vulture (most notably in regards to Cherubim; they had four heads, one of them of a bird of prey)

Thus, Tash is the real servant of God in the series, and Aslan was Lucifer folling fooling everyone all along!




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* Jadis was a brutal, practical, and direct warlord. The Lady of the Green Kirtle farts around with an underground army who would have been completely out of their depth if the Lady had managed to lead them above ground, wastes time abducting the mind-controlled Rilian rather than just making him marry her and then secretly murdering Caspian, and relies almost entirely on mind-control, lies, and manipulation rather than force and terror. They just don't seem like the same person to me. (Besides, the Lady of the Green Kirtle mind-controls an entire country's worth of Gnomes; if she's Jadis why didn't she do that to Narnia?)



** A punishment he justly deserved? For an eight-year-old boy who was lost in a winter forest, lied to by a witch, and fed magic food that put him under her influence? [[DisproportionateRetribution What the hell kind of person thinks that merits death?]]



** Aslan is a vile homophobe, so Apollo and Midnighter would be forced to fight with him to survive. There'd be no stability and The Authorithy would fall.

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** Aslan is a vile homophobe, so Apollo and Midnighter would be forced to fight with him to survive. There'd be no stability and The Authorithy Authority would fall.




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** The Turkish Delight was ''enchanted and put him under Jadis' influence.'' Why do people keep forgetting that?



* Aslan turned animals into talking animals. Talking animal ecountering Tash turns into normal animal.
* Rabadash gets turned into a donkey by Aslan and has to visit temple of Tash when his power is strongest (during national holiday in his name) to get back to normal. And if he ever leaves outside Tash's sphere of infulence, assuming Tash resides in the temple, he will turn back into a donkey again.

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* Aslan turned animals into talking animals. Talking animal ecountering encountering Tash turns into normal animal.
* Rabadash gets turned into a donkey by Aslan and has to visit temple of Tash when his power is strongest (during national holiday in his name) to get back to normal. And if he ever leaves outside Tash's sphere of infulence, influence, assuming Tash resides in the temple, he will turn back into a donkey again.


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[[WMG: Jadis taught people magic before conquering Narnia]]
The Lady of the Green Kirtle is described as "one of those Northern witches", and Jadis is retroactively included in their number. Since Jadis was in the world of Narnia from the beginning, she was probably the founder of those witches. We can probably assume that evil people of various species flocked to her (hence how she has an army in LWW), and if any of them had a talent for magic she might have taught them some of what she knew.
18th Feb '17 3:17:38 AM pevensie
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* I think you're definitely right that something more had to have been up but personally I think it's more likely that Susan might have been sexually assaulted considering how she seems to repress childhood memories and how she becomes very concerned with her looks and parties as well as how she doesn't do well in school despite coming off as very smart, acts older than she is, and essentially has a religious crisis. It's darker and I don't enjoy the theory but it seems very plausible.
17th Feb '17 8:06:03 PM Doug86
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[[WMG: Aslan is a [[Franchise/DoctorWho Time Lord]].]]

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[[WMG: Aslan is a [[Franchise/DoctorWho [[Series/DoctorWho Time Lord]].]]
27th Nov '16 3:20:04 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Susan in the movies will be left behind in ''TheLastBattle'' because she's married, or about to be.]]

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[[WMG: Susan in the movies will be left behind in ''TheLastBattle'' ''Literature/TheLastBattle'' because she's married, or about to be.]]
2nd Nov '16 4:48:53 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Aslan is an agent of [[HisDarkMaterials The Authority]].]]

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[[WMG: Aslan is an agent of [[HisDarkMaterials [[Literature/HisDarkMaterials The Authority]].]]
24th Mar '16 9:02:35 AM bookworm6390
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[[WMG: Ever fictional universe has a PortalPool in the Wood between the Worlds.]]
And some of those pools led to multiverses like in the case of DC Comics and Marvel.
19th Jan '16 3:25:10 AM Underachiever
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This explains why he sometimes shows up and then again not without apparent rhyme or reason, fits his mercurial attitude when dealing with non-Gallifreyans, and even provides an explanation of how he came back from the stone table -- he simply traded in one of his reincarnations. He looks like a lion because he has a ''really'' good perception filter. And the wardrobe, of course, was his [=TARDIS=] all along.

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This explains why he sometimes shows up and then again not without apparent rhyme or reason, fits his mercurial attitude when dealing with non-Gallifreyans, and even provides an explanation of how he came back from the stone table -- he simply traded in one of his reincarnations. He looks like a magical talking lion because he has a ''really'' good perception filter.filter in order to fit in among the "native" Narnians. And the wardrobe, of course, was his [=TARDIS=] all along.
19th Jan '16 3:23:39 AM Underachiever
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[[WMG: Aslan is a [[Franchise/DoctorWho Time Lord]].]]
This explains why he sometimes shows up and then again not without apparent rhyme or reason, fits his mercurial attitude when dealing with non-Gallifreyans, and even provides an explanation of how he came back from the stone table -- he simply traded in one of his reincarnations. He looks like a lion because he has a ''really'' good perception filter. And the wardrobe, of course, was his [=TARDIS=] all along.
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