Peter has a secret he vowed would never endanger his siblings. When Lucy is kidnapped on her birthday because of it, Susan, Peter, and Edmund must overcome all odds, assassination attempts, and a man named Tith to save their sister and help the country re
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This podcast presents an adventure on the Dawn Treader and assorted mischief, starring White Rose, Geoffrey F., Tenethia South, Aravir Morningstar and Swanwhite.
It has been a long time since the recording, but ancient sounds may still resound in your ears. Enjoy these echoes of last summer.
Hurrah! Another costume party is upon us. The theme this time is The Magician’s Nephew. Join us in the chat room Wednesday next week, (May 15th) disguised as Helen or Fledge, or the jackdaw etc….
The event will take place all day until revealing at 4:00 pacific time with up to 3 minutes of guessing per person.
Lucy (sings): You put your left hand in, you put your left hand out… (Uh Susan, I said >Left<! ) ~ Benisse
Susan: Lucy, you will walk forward. *waves hand in front of her as she says this*
Lucy: No, no, you’ve got it all wrong. A Jedi sounds like this: *puts on deep voice* These are not the droids you are seeking. *waves hand*
Susan: What’s a droid?
Lucy: I-I don’t know. It’s just something that a Jedi would say.
Susan: And how would you know?
Lucy: Because I am a Jedi! *pulls out lightsaber from under her cape*
Susan: Very funny, Lucy. Since when did Peter let you play with glowing swords?
No, no, NO, Su, you do it like this! This is how Mr Tumnus showed me to do the secret handshake, otherwise it doesn’t work. ~ ShieldMaiden
… and here we have the Spectacular Sisters and their Levitating Board act. We’re not really sure what levitating boards have to do with Narnia, but the queens seem to have fun performing so we politely watch. ~ Aravir Morningstar
Lucy: Do you mean there’s no reception in Narnia?
Susan: Please. You have an iPhone; my GalaxyS3 works just fine. ~ Claritymermaid