Game Quotes from King's Quest (Page 2)

Here you can find the best Quotes and Voice-Lines from King's Quest, a series of games developed by Sierra On-Line. Besides the 8 main titles of the series, that have been released from 1984 to 1998, there's several remakes of the earlier games and a new game that has been published by Activision in 2015.

Game Quotes from King's Quest

Hate to harp on the subject, but Graham was no match for the vicious harpies.

King's Quest - V: Absence Makes the Heart Go Yonder!, by Narrator
 
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I've got two minutes to kill. Tell me everything you know.

Funny InsultsKing's Quest - VII: The Princeless Bride, by Mockingbird
 
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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!"

King's Quest - VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow, by Bill Batter
 
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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."

King's Quest - VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow, by Trilly Dilly
 
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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!"

King's Quest - VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow, by Grump-Frump
 
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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!"

King's Quest - VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow, by Grovernor
 
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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"

King's Quest - VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow, by Tom Trow
 
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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.

King's Quest - I: Quest for the Crown
 
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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."

King's Quest - VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow, by Lord of the Dead
 
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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.

King's Quest - VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow, by Lord of the Dead
 
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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

King's Quest - VII: The Princeless Bride, by Rosella
 
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Long ago, in the castle of a kingdom called Daventry...

King's Quest - V: Absence Makes the Heart Go Yonder!
 
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Abdul Alhazred: "Face my sword if you dare, the man last standing shall have the lamp!"
Prince Alexander: "So shall it be Alhazred, I don't need the genie to deal with a coward like you!"

King's Quest - VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow, by Prince Alexander
 
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You are Sir Graham, the bravest and most honorable knight in the troubled realm of Daventry. King Edward the benevolent, aged ruler of Daventry has summoned you to the castles for reasons unknown.

King's Quest - I: Quest for the Crown, by Narrator
 
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I'm Bump-on-a-log, and that's my brother, Stick-in-the-mud. We've had this thing about each other ever since our childhood. Mom always liked me best.

King's Quest - VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow, by Bump-on-a-log
 
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Two dulcimas raised to the degree of forty halfdulcimas, divided into equal parts by the third of a cackle of grouse geese, put over the result of ten finemackels (albeit small finemackels), stretched over the total of 53 and an eighth bottles of wildebeast lard....yields a gilded minnow of precise measurements; 269 centidrils by three million twenty-three punds (NOT punts, as might be expected). This is not to say, however any sense, whatsoever, that deviations in mean temperature of five or six dregs or so...indicate a fabrication or derivation sufficiently broad enough to exacerbate the conclusions uncovered, in due course, with regards to dimensions, consistency, mass or thickness inherent in the menial suckling grouse.

King's Quest - VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow, by Boring Book
 
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