Who's Who in Narnia
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The "Great Lion". The omnipotent creator Narnia and all it's inhabitants.
(The Horse and His Boy) Escapes his cruel Calormene master to flee with Shasta (Prince Cor) to Narnia.
(Prince Caspian) One of the Old Narnians present at the great Council on the Dancing Lawn.
(The Horse and his Boy) Warns King Lune of the Calormene army attempting to invade Narnia.
(The Voyage of the Dawn Treader) Monopods are one legged dwarfs which inhabit Coriakin's Island. Clipsie is the daughter of the "chief of the duffers" is the one who recited the incantation which made them invisible. They muddle together 'duffers' which is what Coriakin calls them, and 'monopods', the name the visitors give them, to make 'Dufflepud' which they all agree is a wonderful name.
(Prince Caspian) Leader of the moles at the time of the Narnian Revolution.
(The Silver Chair) A healer who tends to Puddleglum the marshwiggle's burned foot.
(The Last Battle) The ringleader of a band of disgruntled dwarfs who turn against King Tirian during the Last Battle.
(The Horse and his Boy) He and his brothers give Shasta food and shelter. While there, Shasta is reunited with Prince Corin who is, unbeknown to him, his twin brother.
(The Last Battle) A Messenger of King Tirian.
(The Magician's Nephew) Arrived Narnia on the First Day as Strawberry the cab-horse and given wings and the power of speech by Aslan.
(The Last Battle) In league with Shift the ape and the Calormene Army. Loses the power of speech when he encounters the god Tash in the stable on the hill.
(Prince Caspain) A stargazer and prophet. Acts as a marshall in the combat between Peter Pevensie and King Miraz.
(The Silver Chair) Carries Eustace Scrubb and Jill Pole on his back to the Parliament of the Owls.
(The Silver Chair) One of the underground gnomes bewitched by the Lady of the Green Kirtle as part of her plan to conquer the "Overworld".
(The Last Battle) One of the renegade dwarfs who refuse to believe in Alsan.
(Prince Caspian) Fought for Prince Caspian in the Second Battle of Bernua.
(The Horse and His Boy) A mare belonging to Aravis, a young Calormene aristocrat running away from an arranged marriage.
(The Last Battle) King Tirian's dearest friend.
(Prince Caspian) Planted the apple orchards at Cair Paravel.
(The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe) The White Witch's chief of police.
(The Last Battle) Has hearing so keen he is able to stand next to the waterfall at Cauldron Pool and listen to whispered conversations at Cair Paravel.
(The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe) The first creature encountered by Lucy Pevensie after she finds her way into Narnia through a wardrobe in Professor Kirk's house.
One of the many Earthmen brought up from the far underground land of Bism to serve the Lady of the Underland.
(Prince Caspian) Initially helpful to Prince Caspian but later turns on his Old Narnian friends when they reject his plan to resurrect the White Witch.
(The Silver Chair) Looks after Eustace Scrubb and Jill Pole when they return from the Underland with Prince Rillian.
(Prince Caspian) One of the 'Old Narnians' in hiding during the rule of the usurper King Miraz.
(Prince Caspian) Second in command to head mouse Reepicheep.
(The Last Battle) Loyal to King Tirian, he breaks away from the renegade dwarfs to fight with the Narnians.
(The Silver Chair) A frog-like creature with very long limbs and webbed hands and feet. Joins Eustace Scrubb and Jill Pole on their journey to find Prince Rillian.
Sweet and gentle but not very bright, Puzzle is manipulated by Shift the ape into wearing a lion skin and posing as Aslan.
(First appears in Prince Caspian) The Chief Mouse of Narnia, famous for his loyalty and valour.
(The Last Battle) Warns King Tirian of the trouble he has foreseen in the stars.
(The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe) Turned to stone by the White Witch and restored to life by Aslan.
(The Horse and his Boy) An advisor to the Kings and Queens of the Golden Age of Narnia.
Devises a plan to gain control of Narnia and it's inhabitants by dressing up his donkey friend Puzzle in a lion skin and passing him off as Aslan.
(The Last Battle) A traitor to Narnia.
(The Last Battle) King Tirian sends Roonwit to enlist his help fighting the invading Calormenes.
(Prince Caspian) Rescues Caspain after he was thrown from his horse.
(First appears in Prince Caspain) Sent to Cair Paravel to look for the help summoned by the sounding of Queen Susan's horn, he is rescued by the Pevensies when soldiers of King Miraz try to drown him.
(Prince Caspian) Present at the great Council at the Dancing Lawn. He arrives "carrying on his back a basketful of rather sea-sick dwarfs who had accepted his offer of a lift and were now wishing they had walked instead.â€
Fights with the Calormenes against Narnia. Killed by Jill Pole.
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