What you want? Yeap? I care not. Ha, you're a queer fellow. I've done had enough of this. Heya! It's me, Imoen. [when taking the leading position] Yer all buffleheaded. [when fatigued] Uh-ah. I'm gettin' a little sleepy. [when dying] I feel so cold. .
Tiax rules all!!! You are but grease stains on the wheel of time compared to Tiax! Tiax does as ye will, but one day... BOOM! He rules! Heh-heh. The day comes when Tiax will point and click! Ya lil' monkey-spanker. When Tiax rules, breeches shall not ride up so wedge-like! (running away): Tiax will rule... From a distance. You have disturbed Tiax the Grand again! Such insolence! Tiax will place a mark of shame upon your forehead! All will know your treachery! (casts) Eh... it would appear that... the great and... mighty Tiax... has shrunk his undergarments... three sizes this day. Excuse... the mighty Tiax... while he catches his... his breath... He will rule... later. Who dares prod Tiax? (On Quayle's death) Ha Ha! Smart guy dies! But Tiax goes on to RULE! .
We're all doomed. We delude ourselves to think that our pitiable band will stand up to our enemies. Life is so hollow. Oh, what is the point? Our quest is vain. Let us save our effort and just lie down and die! I'll do what I can, but expect very little. ( If the character has a high reputation) With you around, I almost feel that we have a chance! The sun shines, and I'm amazed we live to see another day! Onward, to futility! I surely shall collapse from exhaustion before I fall on the battlefield. (In cities) The bluster of the city makes me feel... insignificant. Another death in our hopeless crusade It seems our resident suicide monger, Ajantis, lives in a black and white world. .
Andarsson: There are two reasons I pound this pick against these rocks. Do you wish to hear them? Protagonist: Yes. I would. Andarsson: First because I imagine this rock to be my captor's skull. Second, because the meager spark that leaps from my attempt is all the light I'll ever know again. If you be a new slave like I once was, you shall learn these simple truths soon enough. .
Drasus: Draw your daggers and spells and let's have at 'er! You've crossed our employers and this is as far as you're going to go, my friend. Should've known that lazy bounty hunting rabble wouldn't get the job done. Never settle for second best, I always say! Protagonist: You want to know what I always say? "Always kill the mouthy one," that's what I always say. Drasus: HAW! A good saying! I will use your head for a puppet and make it say it over and over while we drink large amounts of mead! Life is pretty good, you know? .
Emissary Tar: At last, someone who looks like they could be of some assistance! The assorted boobs and dimwits around here have been of very little help. Protagonist: I'm afraid you have mistaken us for someone else. I'm Dimwit, this is my good friend Boob, and behind me you'll find Brainless and Moron. How do you do? .
Gorion: Let's hurry child! The night can only get worse so we must find shelter soon. Don't worry, I will explain everything as soon as there is time. Wait! There is something wrong. We are in an ambush. Prepare yourself! Sarevok: You're perceptive for an old man. You know why I'm here. Hand over your ward and no one will be hurt. If you resist it shall be a waste of your life. Gorion: You're a fool if you believe I would trust your benevolence. Step aside and you and your lackeys will be unhurt. Sarevok: I'm sorry that you feel that way old man. Gorion: Run, child, get out of here! .
Guard: The entrance tax is 6 gold pieces for each party of travellers. Please announce your point of origin. Protagonist: The mystical land of frolicking naked nymphs, where your every desire is granted by bald blubbering bugbears. Hee! Hee! .
Maple Willow Aspen: WHAT?! You were going to ask about my name, weren't you? Everyone wants to know about it, and you're probably no different! Well fine! Maple Willow Aspen IS my name and YES my parents were VERY fond of TREES! I am VERY aware of it, and NO don't want to hear ANY jokes about family trees and me being the SAP! Are you HAPPY NOW?! Protagonist: Actually, I was just interested in directions. Maple Willow Aspen: DIRECT...um...d-d-irections? You mean you don't...well then, *cough* What can I help you with? .
Marl: Oh you think it's funny do you?! You mess up the local economy with your treasure, you upset the balance of nature, you flash your magic around, and because of it maybe somebody's son thinks it's fun and goes out and gets himself killed! It's a bad example and somebody ought to kick your ass for it! Protagonist: Don't get mad at me if "somebody's son" couldn't handle being out from under mom's skirt! Should've taught him to fight instead of dirt-farming! .
Mellicamp the Chicken: Th... thank ye... (cluck). You have saved (cluck) me.Protagonist: Forsooth! Methinks you are no ordinary talking chicken! I fear I have taken one too many blows to the head! Next I'll be hearing hamsters speak! A-a-a-ah!!! Unholy magics are afoot! This chicken is possessed! This bird is FOUL!!! .
Protagonist: What makes you think you are going to rule everything? That's a pretty big job for such a... diminutive fellow. Tiax: Have ye no ears to hear?! It is as Tiax said! DESTINY! Cyric himself will lift Tiax "on-high," hurtling me to my rightful place when the time comes! You shall all be as ants before my grace, though slightly larger ants than the norm if you help me. Protagonist: So your whole belief system centers around some celestial midget-toss? Count me out. I'm not a member of the 'Up With Dwarves League,' you know! .
Winthrop: Aye, now there's the rapscallion! Set on the little wisp, now, and make every bolt count! Protagonist: Winthrop, you old fool! If I had an arrow for every one of these practical jokes you've played on me, I'd... I'd... I don't know, I'd have a lot of arrows! Well met, my friend. Winthrop: Yes, ye'd run me right out of the fletching business in a flash, ye would! It's good to see your impish face again! Now fill me in on what it is ye've been doing lately. Protagonist: I've been adventuring, Winthrop. There's a world out there and it needs a righteous old kick in the arse every now and again, doesn't it? Winthrop: Spoken with the wisdom of a true fool! By the gods, I love this bastard child! .
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