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Love this headcannon!!! Umm...just something off the top of this Fellow Traveler's head. Lol

Love this headcannon!!! Umm...just something off the top of this Fellow Traveler's head. Lol

"Well, he knows me. He's the great Lion, the son of The-Emperor-Beyond-the-Sea, who saved me and saved Narnia." This is what Edmund said to Eustace in The Voyage of Dawn Treader. (Edited by Fellow Traveller)

"Well, he knows me. He's the great Lion, the son of The-Emperor-Beyond-the-Sea, who saved me and saved Narnia." This is what Edmund said to Eustace in The Voyage of Dawn Treader. (Edited by Fellow Traveller)

Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe.

Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe.

There's a place for us!>>>>> you think we will ever find it?

There's a place for us!>>>>> you think we will ever find it?

Lucy telling Edmund what's up.

Lucy telling Edmund what's up.

A variety of Aslan tattoos, inspired by The Chronicles of Narnia, written by C. S. Lewis #literarytattoos http://writersrelief.com/

A variety of Aslan tattoos, inspired by The Chronicles of Narnia, written by C. S. Lewis #literarytattoos http://writersrelief.com/

Edmund the Just. How could someone not love Edmund? (Oh, this is by me by the way, "Fellow Traveler" is the name) :)

Edmund the Just. How could someone not love Edmund? (Oh, this is by me by the way, "Fellow Traveler" is the name) :)

"Even a traitor may mend for I have known one that did"

"Even a traitor may mend for I have known one that did"

Caspian X (books only). Gryffindor. He starts out very like Neville Longbottom. He's all tied up with feelings of insecurity and incompetence, but as he grows into his role, he gains courage, and, unfortunately, almost too much Gryffindor bravado and rashness that betrays him in his later years. But it's the same spirit that then asks to see 10 minutes of our world. And Aslan does agree.

Caspian X (books only). Gryffindor. He starts out very like Neville Longbottom. He's all tied up with feelings of insecurity and incompetence, but as he grows into his role, he gains courage, and, unfortunately, almost too much Gryffindor bravado and rashness that betrays him in his later years. But it's the same spirit that then asks to see 10 minutes of our world. And Aslan does agree.

Edmund gets us

Edmund gets us

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