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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.
16th Nov '15 8:27:58 AM FF32
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[[WMG: Edmund is named after his [[{{Blackadder}} father]].]]

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[[WMG: Edmund is named after his [[{{Blackadder}} [[Series/{{Blackadder}} father]].]]
25th Aug '15 10:36:31 AM TheLyniezian
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[[WMG: Or the Winter is just a by-product of Jadis' magic, which reverts to the natural norm after Aslan returns.]]
Makes more sense. Aslan might simply have timed it well.
25th Aug '15 10:33:51 AM TheLyniezian
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* Alternately, there's nothing to suggest that the world in which Narnia inhabits doesn't follow an AlternateTechline. It's not beyond imagining for (hand-wrought and powered) mechanical devices to be made in a pre-industrial setting, and the fact that Narnia is ruled by early 20th-century Earth humans who might be aware of the machines is certainly likely to mean they are more easily introduced.
18th Aug '15 10:24:22 PM letterA
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* In fact, Coriakin and Ramandu are the two Blue Wizards, who got so lost that they wandered out of Middle-Earth entirely. Because they don't want to have to explain what "Istari" are, they started to call themselves "stars."
18th Aug '15 7:31:13 AM Underachiever
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It's basically a dreamland that he pulls out for special occasions, and in between visits from the Real World it's not even there -- any "Narnian history" connecting said visits is made up on the spot. This explains why Aslan apparently never actually ''does'' anything about problems arising in Narnia when there's no visiting human around to bear proper witness and why even when he does show up he spends easily at least as much time flat-out trolling them as he does actually making himself useful.

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It's basically a dreamland that he pulls out for special occasions, and in between visits from the Real World it's not even there -- any "Narnian history" connecting said visits is made up on the spot. This readily explains the odd entirely-too-Earthlike setting elements, the timeskips, and why Aslan apparently never actually ''does'' anything about problems arising in Narnia when there's no visiting human around to bear proper witness and why even when he does show up he spends easily at least as much time flat-out trolling them as he does actually making himself useful.
18th Aug '15 7:28:56 AM Underachiever
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[[WMG: Narnia only even ''exists'' when Aslan/Jesus thinks some British Kids need a Vague But Important Moral Lesson.]]
It's basically a dreamland that he pulls out for special occasions, and in between visits from the Real World it's not even there -- any "Narnian history" connecting said visits is made up on the spot. This explains why Aslan apparently never actually ''does'' anything about problems arising in Narnia when there's no visiting human around to bear proper witness and why even when he does show up he spends easily at least as much time flat-out trolling them as he does actually making himself useful.
8th Jun '15 2:28:30 PM SharleeD
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We see how Spring starts up again in the first novel after generations of EndlessWinter, but we have no cause to presume that this actually happens ''in'' the springtime: it could just as easily have been Summer, Autumn, or (ironically) Winter in Archenland, the islands, and other nearby regions of similar latitude. The odds are actually three to one ''against'' it being Spring outside of Narnia's borders when Aslan reappeared, so unles the hundred-year Winter wasn't followed by a more-than-three-months-long Spring -- long enough to delay Summer until it could begin simultaneously with that of the bordering countries -- it's likely that Narnia's seasons remained weeks or months out-of-step with the rest of the world, thereafter.

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We see how Spring starts up again in the first novel after generations of EndlessWinter, but we have no cause to presume that this actually happens ''in'' the springtime: it could just as easily have been Summer, Autumn, or (ironically) Winter in Archenland, the islands, and other nearby regions of similar latitude. The odds are actually three to one ''against'' it being Spring outside of Narnia's borders when Aslan reappeared, so unles unless the hundred-year Winter wasn't was followed by a more-than-three-months-long an other-than-three-month Spring -- long enough to delay Summer until it could begin simultaneously with that of the bordering countries -- it's likely that Narnia's seasons remained weeks or months out-of-step with the rest of the world, thereafter.
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