Tag: Narnian geography

Mapping Narnia Anew

I thought I had seen all the maps of Narnia that there were to see, but I was wrong. Let’s take a look at this incredible one, which was posted on Reddit by its creator, DeFlame. Click on it to see the full version in all its glory. I emphasize this is NOT the Narnia …

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Narnia Fundament and Firmament (Part I)

Or, Narnia above and below. Hold onto your hats, folks, for it’s going to be a rocky ride… Now we come to tricky part of mapping out the world of Narnia – the skies above, and what’s underground. Both areas are magical and not limited by the geography and physics of our world. Both contain …

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Worldbuilding Wednesday 9/6/23: Let’s Talk About Bism (Narnia L)

The Land of Bism appears in The Silver Chair. It is a magical land made of  molten rock shaped into terrestrial life, where gems grow on trees and there are streams and waterfalls of liquified ores. I’ve heard it said that the name came from the word abysmal, a descriptor of great depth; but, frankly, …

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Ancient City

Could this have been the ruins of Cair Paravel in some alternate timeline? Or the famous Lost City of the Giants past the Northern Moors?  

Worldbuilding Wednesday 7/28/21: Places in Narnia (Narnia XXIV)

One thing Narnia did not have is a lot of human towns. In fact, I can think of only two: the Telmarine settlements of Beruna and Beaversdam. There’s also a town called Chippingford in The Last Battle but whether it is human or not is unclear. There’s also some kind of human settlement around Cair …

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The Western Wild

Other posts in this series: The Odd Geography of the Utter East The Wild Lands of the North Calormen and the South So we come to the last unexplored region of Narnia – The Western Wild. It’s an area of rugged wilderness, without law or human rulers, as opposed to the south, which is dominated …

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