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[Minuet of Forest]
The flow of time is always cruel. Its speed seems different for each person, but no one can change it. A thing that does not change with time is a memory of younger days.

Memories, TimeThe Legend of Zelda - Ocarina of Time, by Sheik
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Sam: "Where should I put this so it doesn't hurt anyone we know or care about?"
Max: "Out the window. There's nothing but strangers out there."

Sam & Max - Hit the Road, by Max
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Gratuitous acts of senseless violence are my forte!

Sam & Max - Hit the Road, by Max
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Milan Nedich: "I won't talk."
Sam Fisher: "Are you gonna make me cut your neck and look for the words inside your throat?"

Splinter Cell - Chaos Theory, by Sam Fisher
 
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Guard: "Who are you? "
Sam Fisher: "I'm the good guy here to save your world."
Guard: "I thought I was the good guy?"
Sam Fisher: "No, you're the side with the super secret underground base and I'm the guy who's trying to break into the base - which makes me the good guy."

Splinter Cell - Chaos Theory, by Sam Fisher
 
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Sam: "Lasers are so..."
Grimsdottir: "Nineties."
Sam: "I was going to say 'seventies'. Will you stop trying to make me feel old?"
Grimsdottir: "I've got news for you Sam - you are old!"

Splinter Cell - Pandora Tomorrow, by Anna Grimsdottir
 
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Rebel: "I don't speak English."
Sam : "I'd be willing to bet your neck that you do!"

Splinter Cell - Pandora Tomorrow, by Sam Fisher
 
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Soldier: "I've got orders not to let anyone leave. Where are you going?
Sam: "Do you really wanna know? Look, I'm in special-ops, so I'd tell you where I was going, but then I'd have to kill you. So do you really wanna know?"
Soldier: "Oh... no, sir."
Sam: "Good call!"

Splinter Cell - Essentials, by Sam Fisher
 
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Sam: "Pretend I'm Harry Tuttle."
Guard: "Who?"
Sam: "I'm an ill-tempered, heavily-armed heating engineer asking about your ventilation system."

Splinter Cell - Chaos Theory, by Sam Fisher
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Space, the final frontier. These are the voyages of Duke Nukem. My continuing mission : to explore strange new babes, to seek out new aliens and kick their asses.

Duke Nukem - Manhattan Project, by Duke Nukem
 
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I like big guns, and I cannot lie.

Duke Nukem - Manhattan Project, by Duke Nukem
 
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Ah, New York! It's my kind of town. If I can kill 'em here... I can kill 'em anywhere!

Duke Nukem - Manhattan Project, by Duke Nukem
 
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It's time to kick ass and chew bubble gum... and I'm all outta gum.

Duke Nukem - 3D, by Duke Nukem
 
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One last thing left to do. I was compelled to give Vlad his gun back, one bullet at a time.

Weapons, RevengeMax Payne - 2
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In the end, what seperates a man from a slave? Money? Power? No, a man chooses, a slave obeys.

Power, SlaveryBioShock, by Andrew Ryan
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Is that a banana in your pocket or are you just happy to see us?

BananasMonkey Island
 
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Guybrush: "I'm looking for 30 dead guys and one woman."
Cannibal: "I don't think I want to hear any more about it."

Monkey Island
 
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Swordfighting is a little like making love; it's not always what you do, but what you say.

Monkey Island
 
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Storekeeper: "What do you want?"
Guybrush: "I could really use a breath mint."
Storekeeper: "You're telling me. Take one. Please. Take a whole roll."

Monkey Island
 
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Guybrush: "My name is Guybrush Threepwood and I wanna be a pirate!"
Lookout: "So you want to be a pirate, eh? You look more like a flooring inspector."

Monkey Island
 
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"You fight like a dairy farmer."
"How appropriate. You fight like a cow."

CowsMonkey Island
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Meathook: "You've got a real attitude problem!"
Guybrush: "Well... you've got a real hair problem!"
Meathook: "You just don't know when to quit, do you?"
Guybrush: "Neither did your barber."

Monkey Island, by Guybrush Threepwood
 
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We do not see what has been done, we only see what remains to be done.

ObjectivesDiablo - II
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No weapon can overcome the weakness of an undisciplined mind. They can only serve as an extension of the self.

WeaponsDiablo - II, by Tzo Krin
 
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A life unlived is no different than death.

LifeDiablo - II
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The first three were dead before they hit the ground. The others weren't so lucky.

Diablo - II, by Captain Rumford
 
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After a while the scars serve as their own layer of armor.

ExperienceDiablo - II
 
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How will I survive? I don't intend to get hit in the first place. If you even touch me, it's because I allowed it.

Diablo - II, by Maloth
 
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Girl: "We are going to die here, aren't we?"
Demon Hunter: "No. As long as I'm here, they are the prey. And I am the hunter."

Diablo - III, by Demon Hunter
 
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There is still work to be done. If these translations are correct, the powers of hell, could already be on the move. The world must be told of the coming darkness!

Diablo - III, by Deckard Cain
 
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It was then I realized my companion hadn't been gaining strength. He had been losing what was left of his humanity...

Diablo - II, by Marius
 
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I can see what you see not
Vision milky, then eyes rot
When you turn they will be gone
Whispering their hidden song
Then you see what cannot be
Shadows move where light should be
Out of darkness, out of mind
Cast down into the Halls of the Blind

Diablo - II, by Book of the Blind
 
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Where the actions of hell seem straight forwardly bent on destruction, the motives of heaven are unfathomable.

SkyDiablo - II, by Deckard Cain
 
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Not even death can save you from me!

Diablo - II, by Diablo
 
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Stay awhile and...
Ah, no one ever listens.

Diablo - II, by Deckard Cain
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It has been said...
That in the end of all things...
You would find a new beginning.

Diablo - II
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Sometimes I think that Cain talks too much, but I guess that is his calling in life. If I could bend steel as well as he can bend your ear, I could make a suit of court plate good enough for an Emperor!

TalkingDiablo - II, by Griswold
 
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Look at that edge, that balance. A sword in the right hands, and against the right foe, is the master of all weapons.

Swords & BladesDiablo - II, by Griswold
 
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I have spent decades trying to understand the forces at work in this world. But, In the face of all that is transpiring, I realize how meager my knowledge is.

Diablo - II, by Deckard Cain
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Hello my friend. Stay awhile and listen...

Diablo - II, by Deckard Cain
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The past is like a broken mirror, as you piece it together you cut yourself. Your image keeps shifting and you change with it.

Past, MirrorsMax Payne - 2, by Max Payne
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Look at what happened during Prohibition - a handful of poor, uneducated immigrants from Sicily became stronger than all the laws, courts, and police here in the States.

Mafia, SicilyMafia, by Tommy Angelo
 
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If a regular guy like me could kill the most powerful man in the city, what good was all his power? It seemed to me that no matter how strong someone is, there'll always be somebody stronger to clip his wings.

PowerMafia, by Tommy Angelo
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Vito: "Mr. Angelo?"
Tommy Angelo: "Uh... yes?"
Vito: "Mr. Salieri sends his regards!"

Mafia, by Vito Scaletta
 
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You know, the world isn't run by laws written on paper. It's run by people - some according to laws, others not. It depends on each individual how his world will be, how he makes it.

LawMafia, by Tommy Angelo
 
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Vito! How on earth were you able to get the money? You haven't done anything that you will be sorry for, did you?

Mafia - II, by Francesca Scaletta
 
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My name is Vito Scaletta. I was born in Sicily in 1925. That little guy is me, I'm standing there with my parents and my sister Francesca, in front of our old house. I don't really remember too much about the old country, except that we were pretty hard up, and then one day my father decided it was time to move away. Away from Sicily, across the ocean to start a new life in America. Never in my life had I seen anything as fantastic as Empire Bay, it was beautiful. But on the other hand, I'd never seen anything more filthy and so disgusting as our new rathole of an apartment. The American dream was more like a nightmare. My father started working at the port for the guy who arranged our immigration, it was back-breaking work, and the little money he made mostly went toward booze. Eventually my parents sent me to school, I had to learn English. I sure as hell wasn't going to do that in a neighbourhood full of Italians. That's where I met Joe. Over time Joe and I got to be best friends and since we were both poor and there wasn't much work around, we stared a little business of our own. Well, that time, it didn't work out so good. The year was 1943 and America was at war and they needed guys who spoke the language to help out with the invasion of Sicily, I was 18 and anything seemed better than jail, who says you can't go home again.

Mafia - II, by Vito Scaletta
 
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I am a soldier, I've served my country for 20 years. But if I'm captured or killed I know that nobody will come to rescue me. I won't even get a funeral. Because the nation that I protect can never admit that I exist. So my death would go unremarked, my bones would go unclaimed. I don't know if that day will come but I do know...that it must not be today! I am invisible, I am relentless. I am Sam Fisher. I am a Splinter Cell.

Splinter Cell - Chaos Theory, by Sam Fisher
 
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A famous explorer once said, that the extraordinary is in what we do, not who we are. I'd finally set out to make my mark; to find adventure. But instead adventure found me. In our darkest moments, when life flashes before us, we find something; Something that keeps us going. Something that pushes us.

Tomb Raider, by Lara Croft
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My name is Sam Fisher. I'm a soldier. I'm not much of a philosopher, but if you want to know what I believe, I'll tell you. I believe the greatest threats to our freedom actually start small. They begin as random events that most people don't even notice. But they grow. They multiply. They start chain reactions that threaten the entire world. Some people call that "fate". I call it "Chaos Theory". But, believing in Chaos Theory doesn't mean you have to surrender to it. That's where I come in. I find those threats before they get out of hand, and I eliminate them. Quickly, quietly, relentlessly. I take the lives of a few to protect the lives of many. I commit acts of war to preserve the greater peace. I take no joy in killing, but make no mistake; I'll do what needs to be done. Because it's my job. It's my duty. My name is Sam Fisher, and I am a Splinter Cell.

Splinter Cell - Chaos Theory, by Sam Fisher
 
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