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Reinhard von Lohengramm: What do they think people are? Assuming it's a matter of course to rule over them. Stealing from people and insulting people... yet they say it's their privilege to be forgiven?! Those people are corrupt! This empire is corrupt!
Reinhard von Lohengramm: Kircheis, do you think what was possible for Rudolf is impossible for me?
Mōri Motonari: People do not believe in the truth. They make up convenient truths from what they see.
Friedrich IV: As with the genesis of the human race, there's no reason for the existence of the Goldenbaum dynasty. Just as there is no immortal person, I'm afraid there is also no indestructible nation. The evil truth may be that the Galactic Empire will die out in my era. At any rate, if it is to be destroyed, it should be destroyed as magnificently as possible.
Yang Wen-li: The Empire, with a few nobles ruling the masses, is bad government. The Alliance, with a government chosen by the people, is badly governed. Which one do you think is wrong?
Alexander Bucock: Commodore Fork! You're being rude. Accusing anyone who questions your ideas, or advises caution, of aiding the enemy - that's impolite.
Reinhard von Lohengramm: Strange, isn't it... When rain is falling, it mysteriously makes the heart heavy. But once it's over, it displays everything beautifully.
Fritz Joseph Bittenfeld: The goddess of victory is waving her underwear in your faces!
Saber: If you commit evil, in the name of hatred for evil, your anger and hatred can only bring further conflict.
Julian Mintz: I don't want to die while still young enough to be called "boy".
Yang Wen-li: In reality, it's dictatorship rather than democracy that drastically advances government reforms. But I think humanity ought to avoid being united by a dictatorship. While it's true Duke Lohengramm might have that talent, what about his descendants? His heir? Rulers aren't necessarily wise through generations. He's like a miracle which could happen only once every few centuries. I don't think the entire human race should be ruled by a system where everything depends on one person's character.
Yang Wen-li: For those who have come to power, wealth and glory not by their own strength and effort, but simply through inheritance, what right do they have to complain? The very existence of such blood-lineage dynasties is disgusting. Power is the property of one generation. It shouldn't be transferred, it should be seized.
Shibazaki Kenjirō: When I was young, teenagers were fighting the state by throwing stones at riot police. We call Sphinx "terrorists," but they may have been called something completely different in another day and age.
Olivier Poplin: The entire population of the human race is 40 billion. And half of it is women. Even considering that half of that won't pass the age limit and a further half of that will fail on the account of their looks, there still are 5 billion that are potential targets of my romance. I can't waste even one second.
Alexander Bucock: Democracy is the philosophy of making friends on equal terms, not of creating master-servant relationships. I want to have good friends, and I want to be a good friend to other people. But I don't want a good master or to be a good servant.
Yang Wen-li: Someone who cannot hate something cannot love something, either.
Reinhard von Lohengramm: I've never once liked Oberstein as a person. But when I think back, it seems I've followed his advice the most. It's because that man's arguments are so right that they leave no room for debate.
Kuroba Tōichi: A magician must always outwit his audience. If you get stuck on an idea, then you'll just have to take it in the opposite direction. Whatever the result is, it is sure to surprise them.
Muroto Daichi: The TV isn't always right. You have to believe what you see with your own eyes.
Beerus: I'm a very generous god. But there's just one thing I absolutely cannot stand. And that is the insensitivity of people who won't give me my due respect!
Spanner: Man, I like the Japonese people, and Japone, because their robotic engineering is very advanced. Katakana and kanji are cool, and the scent of green tea is very mysterious somehow.
Xanxus: It doesn't matter if there's internal conflict. In times of crisis, when scum from the outside are attacking us, the Vongola always... Always stand united!
Do Goku.
Vegeta: Shut up! First you take my power, then you get your ass kicked!
Do Goku.
Vegeta: I'll grow stronger all on my own. I'll surpass Super Saiyan God, Beerus, and you, especially!
Do Kuririna.
Żółwi Pustelnik: Why are you surprised? Cell. Boo. Beerus. Not to mention Goku and Vegeta. You've seen how such amazing people fight closer than anybody else! Attacks from a grunt like that will never hit you if you just stay alert! Have some faith in yourself! Your techniques are from the Turtle School of Martial Arts!
Reborn: Calm down, Tsuna. If the boss doesn't stand firm, everybody else will panic.
Podczas walki z Cabbą.
Vegeta: You disappoint me... Asking me to teach you in the middle of a fight? And you... You dare call yourself a Saiyan?!
Hit: Foolish youth.
Son Gokū: I may not look it, but I'm actually gettin' pretty old now.
Hit: I'm over 1000 years old.
Tsunemori Akane: Just because an approach is new doesn't necessarily mean it's right.
Toriko: Limits... Shit like that doesn't even exist! As long as you never stop walking forward... all there is, is growth!
Dio Brando: Humans live hoping to conquer their anxieties and fears, and attain peace of mind. Seeking fame, controlling others, and acquiring wealth are all done to achieve peace of mind. Marriage and friendship are also pursued as means of attaining peace of mind. When humans say they wish to help others, or that a thing is done for love or justice... It's all merely to give themselves peace of mind. To achieve peace of mind is the goal of all mankind.
Vegeta: Even if he was from another universe, there's no way Freeza would be a good man.
O Goku.
Gowasu: That man has fought with Beerus-sama before?! My goodness... Then how come... How come that man is still alive?
Do Homury.
Kyubey: I'm sure you didn't really want to know the truth. And yet, you couldn't bear not to search for it. It just goes to show how illogical human curiosity is.
Sakata Gintoki: In battle, the ones who burden themselves with regret are always the first to die. The only burden samurai should carry is their sword.
Afro: Nothing personal. It's just revenge.
Murakoshi Miki: You'd prefer a man with lots of money, right?
Miura Chihiro: Wrong. The man of my dreams... He must have a villa, plenty of servants, and a yacht. He must be able to provide me with cute clothes and high-heels!
Tenma Kenzō: I shot a man. He's probably dead. [...] And from here on, there is another person I have to shoot. I'm no longer a doctor.
Yukio: I know I'm not what they think an ideal child should be... But the fact that you two think that means it's likely I think you're not exactly ideal parents, either.
Satō Yō: Oshiroi, do you want to do it with me... no, with the Hounds?
Oshiroi Hana: Well... I don't know how to put this. It's not that I'm not interested... But... for starters, just one person would be better. I'm new to this, so I'd like to hold hands and stuff first...
Satō Yō: I was asking if you want to join the Hounds.
Oshiroi Hana: But you asked if I wanted to do it in a group...
Miura Gorō: If your manga becomes popular, you can play around a little, but at the beginning everyone's struggling to survive.
Do Nakaia.
Yoshida Kōji: I'm a-ok with taking on the challenge of making you a super mangaka! [...] That's right, like the Super Saiyan of mangaka.
Takigawa Hōshō: It would seem that the source of the curse was not the spirits of the rokubu, after all.
Shibuya Kazuya: It's Okobu-sama.
Taniyama Mai: How did you know?
Shibuya Kazuya: Because my brain works differently than yours.
Sunny: In that howl just now, I sensed some extraordinary resolve. If we were to go help now, it would be an insult to that resolve.
Komatsu: Something's there... Z-Zombie-san?
Zonge: It's not Zombie, it's Zonge-sama!
Komatsu: Good job making it out of there alive. Or are you really a zombie...?
Izumi Konata: I heard that this was something that really happened... Someone who works at a certain video software wholesaler finished work for that day, and got on a bus late at night like he usually does. His house was towards the end of the bus route. And so, as he was riding the bus, other passengers started leaving one by one, and he ended up as the only passenger left. The driver mistakenly thought that there was nobody left on the bus... And, can you believe it? He started to sing, in a loud voice, Danzen! Futari wa _______ Cure!
Konata: Oh, wait, I'm being paged. Hold on. [...] He scolded me for talking too long on the phone.
Kagami: Oh, sorry. I thought your house was rather laid-back with that stuff. But is it actually pretty strict?
Konata: No, we're in the middle of a fighter-game match.
Konata: I went to Asakusa the other day.
Kagami: Oh? When did you go?
Konata: Trains in the winter make you drowsy, you know?
Kagami: She slept past her destination?!
Tsukasa: Wait... But isn't that in the opposite direction?
Konata: Apparently, I slept too long, so it doubled back from the final stop, and I slept past my station again. And when I came to, it was Asakusa.
Robot: I felt alive for the first time when I found out I was going to be ruined. Because there is death, there is life. Eternal robots finally became like humans by obtaining death. We should accept death like humans.
Akoes: I sympathize with you robots who never need to eat or drink, or get to sleep with a woman.
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