Best Narnia Characters
I’m really happy to see that Aslan is #1 on this list. Aslan is a representation of Jesus Christ and his sacrifice for us on the cross. I honestly think that Aslan only dying to save Edmund’s life is also symbolic of the fact that if only one person existed and sinned, Jesus Christ would have still died and rose again to redeem that on soul. I also love that he’s a lion. Really unique writing on Lewis’s part!
Aslan is representing God. NO one can beat him, that's for sure. I love him, Susan (Anna Popplewell), and Peter (William Moseley). William Moseley is so cute. Why isn't he married yet? He should've espoused Anna Popplewell, but the relationship he used to have with her obviously didn't work out because Anna married a Sam something. Go ASLAN! He died, like Jesus Christ, and rose again, although not in three days. C.S. Lewis was a Christian, like J.R.R. Tolkien. Tolkien and Lewis were BFFs. :D
NO one can beat Aslan the great lion. He is the King of the Kings. I even say he is like a God. He can almost do anything. He is EASILY the best Narnia character.
Aslan is my favorite he is supposed to be Jesus and is the son of the Emperor across the sea.
When I was really little, Susan was my favorite character because I only knew her from the BBC Narnia adaptations, and hadn’t really read the books yet. However, Edmund became my favorite character when I was about 8 years old, after I read the books all the way through and realized how his character developed and his attitude changed. When I was 11, The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe was released by Disney in the theaters and became only one of 3 movies I have seen 3 times in the theaters. Edmund’s character was really put forth as an excellent transformation and it just caused me to love his character even more. I feel like he really shone forth in the movies, and that Skandar Keynes did a spectacular job in doing the character justice! I love watching all his scenes!
My favorite character along with Peter. But I love seeing his improvements withing the series, and look how mature he'd become!
He was not a perfect character, but his betrayal was forgiven, and from that point on, he was one of the most courageous, just, and kind characters in the books!
Edmund is awesome. I think he is the perfect example of how a traitor can still come back and he a hero. Long live King Edmund The Just!
I have always loved Lucy. She loved Aslan so much, and I honestly believe that He was her favorite part about Narnia. She will always hold such a special place in my heart!
Lucy is the sweetest, most loyal character in the whole series. I hate the fact that the other three siblings almost never believed her, that always annoyed me when I was reading the series.
Aslan, Lucy, and Edmund are my favorite characters. I voted Lucy because she's the lowest here. Also, why the HECK is she lower than Jadis.
Lucy is the most faithful in the whole series of Narnia. She always believes in Aslan, and was the first one to get into Narnia through the wardrobe, the first one to see Aslan when they were fiding their way to help prince Caspian.
She rejected Aslan and chose to forget Narnia in the end. Still a well written character, but very tragic.
She is brave and kind and willing to die for another person
My second favorite
I think what I like about Peter and all his siblings is that they are by no means perfect. They are flawed and impatient with each other and C.S. Lewis wrote them to act like ACTUAL siblings act. I love how Peter is the big brother who looks out for his siblings. He honestly reminds me so much of my own older brother and think that’s the main reason I enjoy his character so much!
Okay, I wonder why he is UNDER Susan. Do you guys even KNOW what became of Susan in the Last Battle?! Read the BOOKS, movie lovers!
Anyways, I vote for him because he is just like ME. He is loyal, and infact he is the High King Peter!
He was always acting as the oldest brother and I could always tell he was tough on Edmund but he had a soft spot for Lucy as she was the most vulnerable.
I like him. His actions may not always be mature enough but he embodies what would be traits a hero needs to possess to be able to have their own story.
Ok guys. Why isn't Rilian the prince here? Prince Caspian is here all right. But can anybody add his son Rilian here please? Jill and Puddleglum is here. But where in the earth is RILIAN?
But anyways I love Caspian very much. Sad he dies in Silver Chair. Also, I'm mad at the movies for making Caspian a MAN and not a ten year old child.
You who hate caspian do not have a life.
She rules narnia in ice and snow for 100 years, has an army of monsters, kills aslan, can turn people to stone, and almost ruins the prophecy. Aslan barely shows his face.
If only Tilda Swinton would return to play Jadis in a hopefully-upcoming film of The Magician's Nephew, then that would be awesome!
I like queen Jadis because of her tenacity.
Wow... You can't get any better than Reepicheep. He is ADORABLE (even though he would hate me saying that. We all know it's true). He has an amazing sense of honor, but also vanity that Alsan eventually points out. It was the saddest scene of all time to watch him ride over the waves into Alsan's world. I legit cry every single time. He is the best character. Please vote for him, the mouse deserves it.
So valiant, so friendly, and always fully committed to his desire of entering Aslan's country, in his entire life. Always be my inspiration.
What won't you like about him? He is adorable and strong.
He is also very noble, and loyal to Lucy, Alsan, Edmund, and the others to he end.
The female protagonist of The Silver Chair
Mr. Tumnus is a sweet and underestimated character. Sure he's got his flaws but not everyone can be as perfect as Aslan. He was the first person Lucy bumped into in The Lion The Witch And The Wardrobe and should no longer be overlooked. MR. TUMNUS for the win!
Mr tumnus is awesome he should be second place not ninth
Bright, with a face of Justin Timberlake
He is a good number nine.
Eustace was the most annoying character in the beginning. (Will Poulter was HILARIOUS) But he changed his ways, much like Edmund, and became a hero.
A spoiled brat who redeems himself as a dragon
I love how he did a 180
I loved both of them so much! Bree had such a great character development, with all his pride, and Shasta was just brilliantky written
I'm voting for Shasta not Bree! The are NOT same person. come on!
Kidnapped by the Calormenes as an infant, Shasta escapes from being sold into slavery and makes his way to Narnia
Most of the MOVIE watchers says he is the old kind gentle proffesor coming in the movie. But hey, he is the FIRST human to find the Narnia. He was there when the world was first created.
He is the foundation of Narnia with Aslan and overcomes temptation from the witch to do good. C S Lewis modelled Digory on himself. Saving his mother with a magic apple from Narnia brings a tear, knowing the author mirrored Digorys pain with his own mother who was ill and he lost at a young age, and how he would have wished for a magic apple of his own
He is the character that gave me those mystery vibes. He is the Grandfather.
Yea, he's pretty great.
Such an amazing character! I absolutely love how he was willing to die for his country, his king, and 4 children he barely knew. Such an awesome character!
He is what I would imagine a True Knight should be. He is loyal, brave and strong. He went straight to his death for Peter, along with the Rhino. They are both awesome.
He is a great warrior and the General of Aslan's army.Moreover he motivates Peter when he leads the way of the army and he is very loyal and I think he should be replaced in rank by jadis
The scene was really funny when Philip and Edmund met. LOL
Should be higher
Puddleglum is the delightful Eyeore of Narnia--but brave in the end. A delight!
He's so pessimistic it's funny!
Why all this hate for puddeglum
Polly was always my favorite when I was little. Probably because she didn't take any crap from Digory.
Polly was always my favorite.
This guy lasted until the final battle. He was a great tactician, loyal to Jadis, and had no problem killing a few Centaurs. Even after being cut off from the queen by that Phoenix, he was still alive. He was the first out of Jadis' entire army to notice the approaching grffions and called it out to the other bad guys. Then, even when he could've ignored Orieus, he clearly took notice that Orieus was heading towards Jadis and rushed to go stop him. He latched himself onto Orieus and held on for dear life. Even when he was stabbed once, it took both of Orieus' swords to kill him.
Otmin is very loyal to Jadis, and clearly takes pleasure out of being a bad guy. Here's a villain that needs to be in Descendants. It would be shocking to see him actually take sides against Jadis.
The guy may not be good but he is loyal to his liege to the last bit of his bones, enough said.
Whoa, I had no idea this guy would make it up to at least this high when I put him on here.
Really such an awesome character! Really great in the book and the movie!
He's a badger!
He has the coolest name of any character in Narnia.
He is Aslans father! Seriously!
He is the GOD. He ISN'T like god. He IS the god.
She is amazing!
The first Minotaur to show they had truly changed their ways when he sacrificed himself during the Night Castle Raid scene.