Best Narnia Characters2234
The Top Ten
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. - 2234
"So noble and wonderful. Aslan is my FAVORITE. He is a God."
Best character from the series.
I like Narnia because of him! - Userguy44V 7 Comments
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!
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!
It's EDMUND. And he's the top one character in this story.
Edmund is great! A very well written charecter, with his betrayal and redemption. In the first part of the first movie, we see Edmund run back into the house to grab his father’s photo. Peter starts yelling at him, possibly out of concern, but still, Ed is the only one who ran in to get the photograph. That’s when all of the “I’m gonna prove myself through whatever means necessary” actions began. I love how Aslan redeemed him, and the conflict in his choices. - Camaro6V 4 Comments
I will kill whoever does not like prince caspian. Though I did like him more in the voyage of the dawn treader
You who hate caspian do not have a life.
WHY IS HE EVEN IN THE TOP TEN?
(Ahem) Why isn't Lucy here instead
If only Tilda Swinton would return to play Jadis in a hopefully-upcoming film of The Magician's Nephew, then that would be awesome!
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.
I like queen Jadis because of her tenacity.
Yes - Userguy44
She is the most loyal, faithful, trusting and wonderful character of the whole narnia series! LONG LIVE QUEEN LUCY THE VALIANT!
She is just amazing. She has never lost her imagination and curiosity through out the books. If it was not for her Narnia would have never been found
She was the most loyal. She was always faithful. She always believed, even when no one else did. Should be number one.
LUCY! she and Ed are the best!V 1 Comment
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
I think he should be first in the list
He is a great leader and even though Edmund betrays him he still fights for him when the white which stabs him
Peter was the most likable from the beginning, plus he good-hearted, brave, and a good leader.
Peter is so arrogant! In Prince Caspian, he doesn’t believe Trumpkin about the crossing at the River Rush. Even though he’s been gone for about 200 years, of course, the high king Peter would know everything, especially more than a stupid little dwarf! (Sarcasm intended.) in the same movie, Peter basically says that he doesn’t need Aslan’s help, and that he can do it all himself. - Camaro6V 3 Comments
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.
HaHa, if very good
He is also very noble, and loyal to Lucy, Alsan, Edmund, and the others to he end.
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.
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
Yea, he's pretty great.
Ummm hello! he witnessed the creation of narnia! how is that not special? oh yeah don't forget how he made that wadrode and how cool he is to the pevensies when he's old?
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.
I loved both of them so much! Bree had such a great character development, with all his pride, and Shasta was just brilliantky written
Amazing character! - superchubbell
WHY isn't SHE ON THIS LIST
He's so pessimistic it's funny! - neehawgamer
Puddleglum is the delightful Eyeore of Narnia--but brave in the end. A delight!
Why all this hate for puddeglum
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.
Should be higher
The scene was really funny when Philip and Edmund met. LOL
Polly was always my favorite.
Polly was always my favorite when I was little. Probably because she didn't take any crap from Digory.
He is Aslans father! Seriously!
Aren't centaurs the best?
Wow she;s badass.
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