|Letter to Edmund Pevensie
Author: Queen Katrina the Seafarer PM
Edmund explains his views on la Mary Sue, pevencest, and how the High King decides to torture him with fan fiction. purely my opinions of canon. Don't need to take as lawRated: Fiction K - English - Friendship/Humor - Edmund Pevensie - Chapters: 2 - Words: 453 - Reviews: 3 - Favs: 3 - Follows: 2 - Published: 06-23-12 - Status: Complete - id: 8249063
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Narnians belong to C.S. Lewis. I belong to me. A/N I am not trying to bring down anybody who writes Edmund the way "he" said he wasn't. That is your choice to do so. This is purely my opinion of canon.
Queen Katrina the Seafarer, (thank Aslan you are a human!),
I do not mind answering these questions. To answer your first question, I am trying to work on the papers to ban Mary Su from Narnia forever. If I marry, I won't be seduced by some sparkly pink blonde girl. Also, I am not going to marry the High King, the Gentle Queen, or the Valiant Queen. I wish NOT to do so. I also wish NOT to lose my dinner thinking about it. As for Caspian, he was like a brother especially during the time on the sea. He could come to me for advice and I could talk to him as I would the High King. He's a great chap and he has a lovely wife. It seems my Royal Brother has been on a fan fiction kick since you sent him his letter. He showed me one of them featuring me. I am not depressed. I have never been depressed. When my father went to war, I felt sad, but it went away after a while. I guess Peter did try to help. Jadis was a terrible person you know, but she never beat me. The High King seemed to take great joy out of showing me that story. I digress. I thank you for writing to me. Keep your canon alive and well.
The Snow has Melted,
King Edmund the Just