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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.
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: 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?
Enrique Oliveira: Peace and freedom, lacking a sense of tension, cause people to degenerate. It's war that gives people a sense of vitality. War is what makes civilizations advance, and psychologically elevates people! Prolonged periods of peace and freedom will only decrease the vitality in an already decadent age. Doesn't your precious history proves that?
Yang Wen-li: What a wonderful observation. If only there was no one who had lost their life or family to war then maybe I'd even come to believe it. For people who prefer to take advantage of war and try to establish their on profit on other peoples' sacrifices, it's an unusually fascinating idea. And for people who show false patriotism to deceive other people as well.
Do Juliana.
Yang Wen-li: A military is a tool. And a bad tool at that. Remembering that, try to be as harmless a tool as possible.
Reinhard von Lohengramm: I'm afraid one hundred battles can't be one hundred victories.
Yang Wen-li: I only studied a little history. I've learned that there are two currents of thought in human society. The opinion that there are things worth more than human life and the opinion that there is nothing preferable to life. When people begin to fight, it's on the pretext of the former type of people and it justifies the latter when they stop.
Reinhard von Lohengramm: Reinforcements, is it? Does he think I have a magic jar that gushes forth fleets?
Aleksander Wielki (Rider): It appears this man, Clinton, will be a formidable opponent. Likely to put up a better fight than Darius III.
Fritz Joseph Bittenfeld: The goddess of victory is waving her underwear in your faces!
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: From here on, my battle is not just a matter for the battlefield. Political struggles. Imperial Court struggles. To avoid complications, both unending deceit and murder may be necessary.
Paul von Oberstein: I am the only living survivor of the Iserlohn stationed fleet. Just by surviving I am to be punished.
Yang Wen-li: There has never been 'permanent peace' in human history. But, there have been plenty of ages with decades of peace. In short, my hope is, haughtily enough, for a few decades of peace in the future.
Walter von Schönkopf: Whether in the Empire or the Alliance, corruption in the military is the same.
Jessica Edwards: Secretary of Defence! Where were you?! Where were you, you who glorify the war dead? Where was your family? I offered my fiancé as a sacrifice. So where was your family, you who preach the necessity of citizens' sacrifice? Are you practising what you preach?!
Dziadek Bernadotte: Why do mercenaries kill? For money. The people we fought had goals based on principles and assertions, like overthrowing the establishment or maintaining the establishment. For aggression, defense, and one's homeland. For family, women, narcotics, food, and many other things. We don't understand stuff like that, but we know they're important. But I also think that you can do all those things without killing anyone. I mean, do you really need those reasons to pull the trigger?
Khaidenn: Civilization did not create war. War created civilization.
Kondo Isao: We, the Shinsengumi, belong in battle.
Do Yukiego.
Kajōmaru Hidetomo: If only one side were clearly on the side of "justice" we would refer to this as self-defence or subjugation. But this is war. "War" refers to a conflict in which both sides fight for justice.
Japonia: They say Italian tanks can advance sixty kilometers a week on the battlefield, but after spotting English troops, they can retreat sixty kilometers in a single day.
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