Jadis, the White Witch, is the primary antagonist of C. S. Lewis's The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe and the respective 2005 film adaptation. A powerful witch who loves the cold, the White Witch is an allegory for Satan himself. She is a major player in the live-action storyline of the second Disney Vs Non Disney Villains War.
Disney Vs Non Disney Villains - Part Two
Assembling Her Forces
Jadis takes her first step in the war by killing the Kurgan and sending Captain Hook into the animated universe; both combatants are a threat to her operations. She then summons a massive army, including the exiled Princess Mombi, the malevolent Sanderson Sisters, and the powerful Maxim Horvath.
Jadis comes under attack when a legion of Uruk-Hai, led by Lurtz, attack her home and take out her chief of police, Maugrim. Jadis recognizes the mastermind of this attack is Saruman. She attacks the wizard at his home, using her magic to throw the wizard around the room. But Saruman proves smarter; he catches Jadis off guard and steals her magic wand. Threatened by two magical items, Jadis flees rather than risk her life.
Frightened after her fight with Saruman, Jadis travels to Mordor to make sure that Saruman's master, Sauron, has not recovered the One Ring. She encounters the Mouth of Sauron, but her attention soon turns to the spirit of Sauron himself. Panicked, Jadis flees from the gates of Mordor.