General Information
Status: Existing
Affiliation: Neutral
Character Affiliations
  • Humans
  • Talking Beasts
  • Dwarfs
  • Dryads
  • Nymphs
  • Naiads
  • Centaurs
  • Fauns
  • Satyrs
  • Giants
  • Winged Horses
  • Marsh-wiggles
Show Information
First appearance: "Snow Falls"
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Narnia, the happy land of Narnia - Narnia of the heathery mountains and the thymy downs, Narnia of the many rivers, the plashing glens, the mossy caverns and the deep forests ringing with the hammer of the dwarfs. Oh, the sweet air of Narnia! An hour's life there is better than a thousand years in Calormen.

Information obtained from Narnia Wiki

The nation of Narnia, often and officially the Kingdom of Narnia, was guarded over by Aslan, the Great Lion, and was filled with humans, talking animals and other mythical creatures.


Aslan created the World of Narnia by singing it into existence, in which the Stars he was creating, joined him in his song.

A land with an unpredictable passage of time - what could be fifteen years for someone in Narnia could be fifteen minutes or fifteen seconds for our world - Narnia was a land of rolling hills rising into low mountains to the south, and was predominantly forested, except for marshlands in the north.

The country was bordered on the east by the Merpeople Nation, on the west by a grand mountain range, followed by the Western Wild, on the north by the barren land of Ettinsmoor, and on the south by a continental divide and the Kingdom of Archenland. The economic heart of the country was the flourishing Great River of Narnia, and all the regions that fed from it. The River entered Narnian lands from the northwest on an east-southeasterly course to the Eastern Ocean.

Officially, the seat of government was the castle Cair Paravel, at the mouth of the Great River, however, under other circumstances, such as (the Age of Winter and the Telmarine Age), separate locations were used as the capital centres of Narnian control.

The peaceful land of Narnia did not get off to a peaceful start, however, as a few moments before Narnia was born, Digory Kirke and Polly Plummer accidentally brought Jadis, Uncle Andrew, a London cabbie and his horse into the void that would become Narnia, at Lantern Waste, by use of the magic rings. Because of this, Aslan charged Digory with the task of planting the Tree of Protection, since his actions had brought Jadis into the infant world.

The cabbie's horse became a Pegasus, and took Digory and Polly to the Western Wild, where Jadis tempted Digory to steal one of the silver apples to cure his ailing mother. The cabbie, Frank I, became the first king of Narnia, and his wife, Helen (Narnia's first queen), was transported to Narnia for their coronation, thus beginning the Age of Conquest

The land of Narnia was in peace for hundreds of years after its creation, and during this time it began to expand its influence to the unknown lands all around it. However, Jadis returned to the Kingdom in Narnian year 898, in order to usurp power for herself. Two years later, she emerged victorious, and bound the entire land in ice and snow for one hundred years, making it always winter but never Christmas. This was known as the Hundred Year Winter.

When four siblings named Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy Pevensie were evacuated from London during the Blitz, they found their way into Narnia through the wardrobe in The Professor's spare room. Their arrival foretold the end to the White Witch's reign.

After defeating the White Witch and ruling Narnia for fifteen year, the four Pevensie siblings returned to England from whence the came... just in time for Baelfire to arrive in their house.



Narnia, despite being mentioned in the Series, never physically appears in the Series.


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