- Eustace Clarence Scrubb
- King Caspian
- Lucy Pevensie
- Edmund Pevensie
- Lord Drinian
- Lord Bern
- Governor Gumpas
- Lord Octesian
- Lord Restimar
- The Dufflepuds and their Chief
- Anne and Marjorie
- Lord Rhoop
- Ramandu's Daughter
- Lord Revilian, Lord Argoz, and Lord Mavramorn
- The Sea People and the Sea Girl
- Harold and Alberta Scrubb
- Best of the Web
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Meet the Cast
Eustace Clarence Scrubb
There is only one character who really changes and grows over the course of The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, and that's the unfortunately-named Eustace Clarence Scrubb. Our narrator spends the bett...
Caspian returns for his second appearance in the Narnia chronicles, following his revolt against his evil uncle Miraz in the previous book, Prince Caspian. Now King of Narnia, Caspian has been rul...
On her third visit to Narnia, Lucy Pevensie shows a little more of her human side than she did during the adventures in The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe and Prince Caspian. She is still in ma...
Back for his third adventure in Narnia, Edmund is no longer the traitorous, sniveling little jerk he was at the beginning of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. Instead, he has become a mature,...
If you've read the first two Narnia chronicles, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe and Prince Caspian, you already know that Aslan, the great Lion who rules Narnia from beyond the sea, is a figu...
Reepicheep is a Talking Mouse from Narnia, the Chief of his people, and an old friend of Lucy and Edmund from their adventures in the previous book, Prince Caspian. Although he is only about two f...
Lord Drinian is the captain of the Dawn Treader, a loyal and able-bodied seaman who knows a great deal about maritime navigation. It's important for us to recognize that Caspian himself is not the...
Rhince, sometimes called Master Rhince, is the mate on the Dawn Treader, which makes him the second-in-command after the Captain, Lord Drinian. Rhince is a loyal and skilled sailor but not a fully...
Rynelf is one of the sailors on the Dawn Treader. He is the only sailor who is consistently distinguished by name throughout the novel and he's often mentioned when the narrator wants to convey th...
Pittencream is one of the crew members on the Dawn Treader. He is not mentioned specifically by name until the ship reaches Ramandu's Island, where he is the only sailor who does not go with Caspi...
Pug is an unpleasant man who makes his living by capturing free people and selling them as slaves in and around the Lone Islands. At one point he captures Caspian, Edmund, Lucy, Eustace, and Reepi...
Lord Bern is one of the seven missing lords of Narnia who were exiled by King Miraz. He is the first of the lords found by Caspian and the only one who has not been killed, enchanted, or grievousl...
Governor Gumpas is the corrupt and cowardly ruler of the Lone Islands. He has allowed the slave trade to flourish in his dominions and maintains his guards and officials in a shabby, slobby state....
Lord Octesian is one of the seven missing lords of Narnia who were exiled by King Miraz. The travelers on the Dawn Treader conclude that he died on Dragon Island in some way when they find a brace...
Lord Restimar is one of the seven missing lords of Narnia who were exiled by King Miraz. Caspian and his friends discover Restimar's remains on Goldwater Island, where he has been transformed into...
Coriarkin is a magician who governs the island where the Dufflepuds live. As Ramandu explains toward the end of the book, Coriarkin used to be a star but he committed a crime, and Aslan punished h...
The Dufflepuds and their Chief
The Dufflepuds, as they eventually name themselves, are the people who live on the island governed by Coriarkin the Magician. They began as the Duffers, "common little dwarfs" without much common...
Anne and Marjorie
Anne and Marjorie are two girls Lucy knows from school back at home in England. Anne is a selfish meanie, but Marjorie is one of Lucy's friends. While Lucy is reading the magic book that belongs...
Lord Rhoop is one of the seven missing lords of Narnia. Exiled by King Miraz, he sailed east with his six companions and was left at the Dark Island where dreams come true. Unfortunately the drea...
Ramandu is a "star at rest" who now lives in the form of an old man on an island at the eastern edge of the world of Narnia. Along with his daughter, he cares for Aslan's Table and greets the dawn...
Ramandu's daughter is a tall, striking blonde woman dressed in blue. She appears, majestic and impressive, out of a door in the hillside just before dawn and greets Caspian and his friends. Along...
Lord Revilian, Lord Argoz, and Lord Mavramorn
Lords Revilian, Argoz, and Mavramorn are three of the seven missing lords of Narnia who were exiled by King Miraz. They are discovered by Caspian and the crew of the Dawn Treader asleep at Aslan's...
The Sea People and the Sea Girl
The Sea People are an underwater race who live in the Eastern Seas between Ramandu's Island and Aslan's country. They are more like human beings than mermaids (the fact that they are able to ride...
Harold and Alberta Scrubb
Harold and Alberta Scrubb are Eustace's fad-loving parents. Here's what the narrator has to say about them: They were very up-to-date and advanced people. They were vegetarians, non-smokers and t...