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[[folder: Fridge Logic ]]
* In ''The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe,'' in the scene where the White Witch comes over a group of Narnians having a Christmas party and turns them into stone, the narrative describes how one of the statues still has the fork halfway to his mouth. A few paragraphs earlies, it is described how one of the partygoers -- more specifically the father squirrel -- is in the middle of eating when the Witch approaches and stops with the fork halfway to his mouth. But the thing is, the Witch doesn't turn the partygoers into stone straight away; she spends what must be over a minute threatening them, and getting the story on how they've been given the feast by Father Christmas. This can mean only one of two things. Either the father squirrel sat there with the fork halfway through his mouth for that entire scene, or ''someone'' in the party just looked at the Witch, went "meh," and cheerfully continued eating while she was threatening them all.
[[folder: Fridge Horror ]]
* The statues in the White Witch's fortress.
* The two noblemen who conspire to stab Miraz in the back when he duels Peter had intended to lead the Telmarines to victory, then claim control of the kingdom themselves. But even if they won, Miraz had a legitimate heir: the newborn son whose birth spurred Caspian to flee into exile, in the first place. In other words, they were also planning to ''murder an innocent baby'' to secure their claim to power.
* Practically most of the fates of the Seven Lords in ''Dawn Treader''.
* The fate of [[spoiler: Susan]] in ''The Last Battle''. [[spoiler: She's still in our world, but her entire family has died in a violent train accident.]]
* ''Literature/TheVoyageOfTheDawnTreader'' has 2 in-universe examples: Goldwater Island (later deemed Deathwater Island) and the "Island Where Dreams Come True."
* Also in ''Literature/TheVoyageOfTheDawnTreader'', when the characters reach the end of the world and meet Aslan. Aslan tells them what lies behind him is his country. [[spoiler: Reepicheep asks Aslan if he could enter. He accepts and Reepicheep goes to his death. Yeah, Aslan's Country is really heaven, and Reepicheep just killed himself. Even worse was that Caspian wanted to go ''just to check on his father''.]]
* Aslan's tendency to bring ''young children'' into Narnia and turn them all into ''[[ChildSoldiers professional killers]]'', something even the White Witch [[EvenEvilHasStandards drew the line at!]] [[note]](Her interactions with Diggory, Polly and later Edmund basically just involve her manipulating them)[[/note]]. Edmund in particular demonstrates several signs of being a ShellShockedVeteran and he's barely in his teens!
* If Aslan is to be taken literally when he says that they are opposites, then Tash may be far worse than Satan. To be truly opposite to Aslan/The Emperor he couldn't be his creation, he'd have to be a being of independent and equal power. Jadis is the rebel Lucifer, Tash sounds more like some kind of Anti-God.
[[folder: Fridge Horror ]]
* The end of the first movie. It took the four children what, a ''minute'' to fall back from Narnia to England? And in that minute they regained a lifetime of memories, regressed back 15 years and got cut off from their home, friends and country. Seriously how could they cope with that? They're given no warning, no preparation, NOTHING. Imagine waking up everyday and realizing that hey, you're not in Cair Paravel anymore, and may never go back there. Or thinking 'oh I need to talk to Mr Tumnus/Mrs Beaver about...' and then remembering oh sorry they're gone. The weeks after coming back would have been utterly, utterly devastating. They'd been lost, confused and have no idea if they'd ever go back. To have to rebuild yourself after losing your entire life...its horrific.
** Turned UpToEleven in Prince Caspian. They go back to Narnia! Yay! But...''everyone they know is dead''. Imagine every single one of your friends and everything you built being destroyed. You never got to say goodbye or mourn them. That's it.
* In the third movie, they've "defeated" the green mist thingy, and now you have at lease a ''dozen'' boatloads of people in the middle of the sea, stranded hundreds, if not ''thousands'' of miles from their homes. Just what happened to those people?