He, with the good old honest Narnian Marshwiggle, Puddleglum, and the children Eustace Scrubb and Jill Pole, are deep in the realm of the Witch. A shield, once black and without device, now has turned bright as silver, and on it, redder than blood or cherries, is the figure of the Lion, Aslan.
"Doubtless," said the Prince. "This signifies that Aslan will be our good lord, whether he means us to live or die. And all's one, for that. Now, by my counsel, we shall all kneel and kiss his likeness, and then shake hands one with another, as true friends that may shortly be parted. And then, let us ... take the adventure that is sent us."