Observation: Shasta is a outcast compared to Ervis or Bree, who had been in Narnia for many years
Hypothesis: I think Shasta will become a great warrior and Narnian in time with Bree's and Ervis' teachings
Observation: Shasta is mistaken for a prince that rules Archenland.
Hypothesis: I think Shasta will have the pleasure of being a king, so it will take a while for him to get to his senses and get out of the castle to meet up with Bree and Ervis
Observation: Lasaraleen and Aravis are two very different people.
Hypothesis: I think Aravis does not trust Lasaraleen because of how noisy, nosy, and annoying she is with Aravis
Observation: Aravis likes prince Rapidash more than her relationship with her soon to be husband.
Hypothesis: I think that Aravis will marry Rapidash instead of marrying someone she doesn't like at all.
Observation: Bree has become lazy with the fact that his old master has not forced him to go on, so now instead of being more alert and stiff, Bree is now very lax and unaware of his surroundings.
Hypothesis: I think Prince Rapidash will catch up to the travelers and beat them to Archenland, giving Rapidash the advantage.
Observation: Prince Rabadash has gotten to Archenland before the travelers did, after their long break in the middle of the desert.
Hypothesis: I think that in order to get past Rabidash's army, Shasta, Bree, Aravis, and Hwin must dress up as smaller troops and the horses will dress up as warhorses, giving them a chance at getting past the troops.
Observation: The two children make it safely inside a hermits house, and the hermit gives them protection until the army of Rabidash go away.
Hypothesis: I think the hermit is a evil person that is a scout of Rabisdash's army, only giving the children cover so that is seems that the hermit is a nice, neutral person of the commotion
Observation: Bree and Hwin are very tired, making it harder to get away from Rabidash
Hypotheses: I think that all of the travelers will be captured and will have to escape using battle techniques.
Observation: the children depart and Aravis goes back and becomes queen, While shasta and Bree try to fight off the Evil Army of Rabidash, with the narnians, and rule over archenland.
Hypothesis: I think Shasta will Win the fight, considering the standards of the battlefield, but starts off with a bad begining, as most writers do.
Observation: Shasta wins the Battle with the narnians, and can control archenland with the King and queen, as a prince.
Hypothesis: I think that shasta will come back as a noble prince in one of the other narnia books, and help some of the narnians to win other battles.
Observation: Bree is returned to his old stable, and Shasta rules over Archenland.
Hypothesis: I think that Bree will also come back in the next few stories of narnia, not as important though, just to talk as a war horse in the next battle
Observation: Shasta takes no credit for Killing off the Army, and gets badly injured int he process.
Hypothesis: the way shasta is being treated at this point, I think that He will go back to his old home as a slave again, unfortunately.
Observation: Aravis returns, unhappily married with her dreadful husband, and is miserable.
Hypothesis: I think that Aravis will come back and divorce her old husband, and marry someone else
Observation: Ever since Shasta has been prince, he has had many rude comments about him, for bad army organizations
Hypothesis: I think that shasta will get kicked out of being prince, and a new one will come to replace him.
Observation: Bree dies in his old stable, because of terrible conditions and betrayal of his master, who tortured him to death.
Hypothesis: I think that The writer wanted to end the story unhappily so that there would be a cliffhanger that would never be solved.
Observation: Aslan appears at the very end of the story, saying nothing but ends the story in a suspenseful way.
Hypothesis: I think that this story was written in a way that Aslan would only appear in a few stories, just to keep Aslan as a legend.
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