A man who would save others, must first save himself.Selflessness0
Complete sentences - now there's something that's hard to come by these days.Words0
What are you nuts? Don't put me in that soup-bowl of a pond, ya' crazy human!0
My first is foremost legally,
my second circles outwardly,
my third leads all in victory,
my fourth twice ends a nominee,
my whole is this gate's only key.
Tend carefully your faith! From a small spark can still a blaze grow.Faith, Courage0
If you find your true love, protect her with your life. We're all beasts without the redeeming humanity of love.Love0
What was it when I looked at you
What power has chained me through and through
And binds my heart with links so tight
I can not live without the sight - of you
You may cheat me of your flesh, human, but you can't cheat Death of your soul!0
Fate is not like the cut of a blade, young one, but rather like the myriad of paths formed when a hammer cracks ice.Fate / Destiny0
Guard: 'Have you found the Levitating Albino Warthog?'
Rosella: 'No, but I know where to find a pumpkinificating goose.'
Rosella: 'Check the nearest looking glass.'
The rocks are silent, as they have been for ages untold.0
He, who does not correct small faults, shalt not control great ones.Failures, Government0
Faith is not something to be found. It needs to be ignited and then embedded deep within the very soul of all people.Faith, Courage0
How will I find this heart of mine?
Taken from me for some time
Here I stand in my pool of tears
Here I'll stay throughout the years
Don't just wander Alexander, let your conscience be your guide.0
Five fierce guards of the isle we be
'Watch for a foreign man' said he
With ears and nose, tongue, hands, and eyes
Its nature cannot be disguised
If man it be, then man it dies
Advice is free, Alexander, making use of it costs much more!0
Anxious is the man, who knows not the customs of the land beneath his feet.0
Alexander: 'If your existence has been all that you say it has, then truth alone shall be my sword.'
Narrator: 'Reflections of despair, of wailing souls, of shackles colder and more immutable than any forged by man, of a world of thirsts that can never be quenched [..] His enslavement to this throne while still a man, the years of watching misery and horror and growing ever more numb to it. The seep of his own humanity, the slow growth of a new thing altogether which became that what he is now.'
Home is a hard place to leave, even if you are unhappy there.Home0
With this kiss I thee impart
Power most dear to my heart
Take me now from this place hither
To another place far thither
Elements from the earth and sea
Combine to set the heavens free
When I stir this magic brew
Great god thor I call on you
Lucreto: 'Finally we meet, mortal. I must comment thee thou hast proven more stalwart than I thought. 'Twil be a shame to see one such as thee die.'
Connor: 'I have no intention of dying, Lucreto!'
Rosella: 'You really should have a spine! Can't you get yours back?'
Dr. Kadaver: 'No, I couldn't. The patient must come first. But, Ms. Rosella, I'd do anything for another one. I tried a broomstick and some dried spaghetti, but it just wasn't the same.'
Grow up, young lady, that's what they all say
It's time to settle down, put childish things away
Aren't you happy, thrilled, delighted? You're going to be a bride
Yes! I'm so excited, I want to run and hide
Aah... life giving water, nectar of the gods.0
Since you are of noble birth, I’ll give you five seconds to explain your presence here before killing you. I warn you, it better be good.0
Love can't be banished, even from this place... still less can it be banished from my heart.Love0
Guard: 'Stop! You can't got through there! That door leads to a pit of... salivating snakes. That's right... snakes!'
Rosella: 'Well fine, I'm sure I prefer them to your company!'
You are far from life. And love. And hope. You are surrounded by dust, and it is dust that you shall become.0
Gnomes: 'Old Bill Batter, never fatter, vision can resolve this matter. Look you now and end this chatter!'
Bill Batter: 'By all that's beauteous, fair and slightly
Four morons do I sleep with nightly!
There's nothing there at all I say!
Enough of this, let's now away!'
Gnomes: 'Trilly Dilly, use your hands. Is it beast, or is it man?'
Trilly Dilly: 'Be all you mad? What aileth thee?
A bunny can't trill merrily!
A hare does not at all taste sweet!
A rabbit here is all we greet.'
Gnomes: 'Taste, Grump-Frump, that we might know, whether friend or whether foe.'
Grump-Frump: 'Grump-Frump knows a tasty treat
It matters not what others bleat!
No danger is this one so sweet!'
Gnomes: 'Listen! Hark you, Grovernor! Do your duty as you swore. With your ears, please tell us more.'
Grovernor: 'A nose is not a way to spy!
My ears cannot be told a lie
A nightingale is all there be
No man is near, and so say me!'
Gnomes: 'Old Tom Trow, smell your smell. Do that which you do so well.'
Tom Trow: 'Tom Trow I am, that's all I'll be
My nose knows all on land and sea
A flower of stench has washed ashore
A flower, 'tis all, and nothing more'
And whenever King Graham looked into his magic mirror, he saw visions of adventures yet to come... for him, for his children, and for Daventry, the land he loved so much.0
Death: 'Until we meet again, mortal. I assure you, we WILL meet again.'
Prince Alexander: 'No offense, my lord, but I hope that is many long years from now.'
Death: 'It is never as long as you might wish, mortal. Now begone.'
There is nothing you can say of love that will make me cry, mortal. I have had Cleopatra and Helen of Troy stand before me, and they moved me not.0
Where everything's new, not really what it seems
Enchantment adventure are waiting for me
I'll find that magic land, a land beyond dreams
Long ago, in the castle of a kingdom called Daventry...0