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.
"There is no need for hostility." William held his hand up in defense. "Your father is the one who destroying the magic in this land." Jayleen snarled fangs bare towards the prince. "Dwarves, elves, unicorns and so many more. Attacked and scared off only God knows where. I have every right to be mad. We gave your great grandfather the crown because we trusted man at that time. Now I don't even trust you two feet near me."
Prince Caspian - in the book AND in the movie. He's the epitome of a fantasy prince - still learning, very good-hearted, courageous and merciful. I love when he comes to help Susan. Also Caspian is very handsome, and his accent is very attractive.