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    Mai: The man whose face strikes fear in the hearts of even the worst evildoers!
    Shū: Robbery! Tattle-telling! Speeding! Blackmail! Stealing other people’s food!
    Mai: He’ll do anything if it’s for money!
    Shū: His name: Mister Pilaf Daimao!
    Muroto Daichi: The TV isn't always right. You have to believe what you see with your own eyes.
    Shinpachi: Tama may look like an adult, but she was created a short while ago, so she should get one?
    Tama: Yes, it says on Wikipedia that I was born on August 16th, 2007.
    Shinpachi: What's that? Wikipedia exists in this world?
    Hajime: It'd be a tragedy if we gave them a culture-inspired name, since it'd affect the rest of their life.
    Kaoru: Let's name it something that'll go with your family name.
    Hajime: If it's a boy, Shinji. A girl, Rei.
    Onoda Sakamichi: I'm going on my bike! Because... Because... on a bike... I can go to Akiba for free. I can buy five extra capsule toys with the money I save!
    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.
    Reinhard von Lohengramm: If the enemy had anyone with even a tenth of my intelligence, Iserlohn Fortress would have fallen into their hands decades ago.
    Reinhard von Lohengramm: Genes determine everything? What nonsense. Individuals are not responsible for their genes. Individuals are individuals. Family lines or genetics have nothing to do with the abilities of the individual. People who believe that genes decide everything are truly worthless people who can only do what they are told. People who boast of their ancestry have nothing that they can boast about in themselves. Those people are the ones that I truly disrespect.
    Siegfried Kircheis: Although he might forget the names of other commanders, he remembers the names of the members of his fleet. That's the kind of person Admiral Reinhard von Musel is.
    Hildegard von Mariendorf: A slate in the eternal tundra on which only the right arguments are etched. Everyone acknowledges the rightness of it, but refuses to go near it. That's who Fleet Admiral Oberstein is.
    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.
    Oskar von Reuenthal: Regardless of the color of eyes or skin the color of blood is the same for everyone, isn't it?
    Do zamachowca.
    Paul von Oberstein: You're misguided to hold this grudge against the Kaiser. It is I who recommended inaction to the Kaiser regarding the attack on Westerland. You should have targeted me, not the Kaiser. That way, fewer people would have interfered with your attempt and your mission might have succeeded.
    Yang Wen-li: Someone who cannot hate something cannot love something, either.
    Dusty Attemborough: If it were a third-rate TV anime a dead protagonist can come back to life at the producers' convenience. But the world we live in is not such a convenient place. Lost lives will never return. Because of it, we live in a world where a life is an irreplaceable existence.
    Yang Wen-li: In the end, conspiracies or terrorism cannot reverse the flow of history. But they can make it stagnant.
    Emil von Selle: I will follow wherever Your Majesty goes. Even to another galaxy.
    Reinhard: You have larger ambitions than I do. For me, this galaxy is plenty enough. As for the other galaxies, you can conquer them.
    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.
    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.
    Reinhard von Lohengramm: So long as the organization relies solely on the genius of one individual, such an organization will remain immature.
    Olivier Poplin: Damn it's hard to get a man's clothes off, and there's no reward either.
    Walter von Schönkopf: Only a nation which safeguards individual human rights is worthy of being called a democracy.
    Alex Cazerne: Learning to retreat and letting one's wife win is the secret to maintaining familial harmony.
    Yang Wen-li: Everybody has to display a certain loyalty towards their paycheck. I was the same way. It isn't just a piece of paper, it's a chain that binds people.
    Reinhard von Lohengramm: There is great satisfaction in fighting for the sake of gaining power, but it is joyless to fight for the sake of maintaining it.
    Reinhard von Lohengramm: Something that's supposed to die and doesn't... will eventually rot away, whether it's a man or a nation.
    Do Yanga.
    Reinhard von Lohengramm: If that dear friend was still alive, the one before me would not be you, but your corpse.
    Yang Wen-li: Perhaps there is a universal, absolute truth. Perhaps it clarifies every question. But that's beyond the reach of these small hands.
    Alexander Bucock: The life of the Alliance is at an end! Its politicians who toy with power. It's opportunistic soldiers... No, its citizens have turned over rulership to politicians, instead of participating in it! The people have democratic principles on their lips, but can't spare the effort to safeguard them! The collapse of a government is the sin of its rulers and leaders. The collapse of democratic rule is the sin of every citizen!
    Reinhard von Lohengramm: I cannot lose to anyone. People admire and stay loyal to me because I'm undefeated. I'm not supported because of my bloodline.
    Walter von Schönkopf: If the majority of the citizens wish dictatorship instead of democracy, how do you solve such a paradox?
    Walter von Schönkopf: If the dictatorship is bad, it's up to the citizens to correct it.
    Yang Wen-li: To me, political power is like sewage. You can't do without it, but it's not something you want to approach.
    Alexander Bucock: The Alliance should die as a democracy rather than become a dictatorship to survive.
    Reinhard von Lohengramm: There must've been so many soldiers who continually won battles, but got left out of history because they lost their last battle.
    Reinhard von Lohengramm: Constellations of stars I'm seeing for the first time. You're only allowed to exist as objects for my conquest and rule. Just wait.
    Reinhard von Lohengramm: But even if my sister hates me, I can't turn back. If I retreat now from the road to leadership, who will restore the universe to unity and harmony? Shall I entrust the future of humanity to the high noble prodigals who care only about their own lineage? Or to demagogues who just move armies guided by sophistry and profit?
    Do Juliana.
    Bernhard von Schneider: There are more than a few historic examples of geniuses being beaten by ordinary people. But we can't win the victory if we expect a miracle from the start.
    Alexander Bucock: I think it's correct for democratic nations to restrict the power of soldiers. Soldiers shouldn't wield power or authority when they aren't on the battlefield. Also, democracy can't be healthy when the military grows fat by not accepting the criticisms of the government or society thus turning into a nation within a nation.
    Yang Wen-li: Humans were drinking alcohol five thousand years ago, and they're still drinking it now. And five thousand years from now, they'll be drinking alcohol. Although it's unlikely that there'll be a human race in five thousand years.
    Yang Wen-li: Alcohol is humanity's friend. Can I abandon a friend?
    Yang Wen-li: Just as people sometimes die, nations aren't eternally indestructible things, either.
    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.
    Yang Wen-li: Anything that hasn't existed since the genesis of the universe needn't survive until the end.
    Yang Wen-li: People tend to make the common mistake of believing that a situation will last forever.
    Huang Rui: Our Alliance seems to be faced with a very hard to answer dilemma. Which do we want, a corrupt democracy or a pure dictatorship? Which has more justice and order?
    Reinhard von Lohengramm: What criminals need is neither diplomacy nor persuasion. They have neither the ability nor the intention to understand. Only force will enlighten their foolishness.
    Hachiken Yūgo: How can I face everyone? I'm basically Tokugawa Hidetada... The man who didn't make it in time to the Battle of Sekigahara.
    Walter von Schönkopf: When I was six years old, I fled to this free country, brought by my grandparents. It's already been 28 years, but I remember it well. The contemptuous looks of the customs officials penetrating as coldly as the wind, treating exiles like beggars. I probably won't forget it until I die.
    Do Juliana.
    Yang Wen-li: For as long as human history goes on, the past will continue to accumulate. History isn't just records of the past. It's also proof that civilization has continued to advance to the present. Our present civilization is the result of our past.
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