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Duck: Wow, what beautiful eyes. I feel like I'll get drawn in. But they look so lonely.
Olban: Why do they find the brain surgery so abhorrent? It will make everything so tranquil... Kill him. Such a cruel fate.
Seri Kikyou: What's the most popular existence in this world? The answer is obvious: high school girls.
Ko Yamori: I get annoyed at people who think romance is the essence of life.
Narrator: Once upon a time, there was a man who died. The man's work was to write and tell stories, but he could not defy death. The man's last story was about a brave and handsome prince, who vanquishes a crafty raven. But now, their battle will go on for eternity with no end. "I'm sick and tired of this!" cried the raven. "I'm sick and tired of this!" cried the brave prince as well. The raven escaped from within the story and the prince, in pursuit of the raven, did as well. Then, the prince took out his own heart and sealed the raven away by using a forbidden power. Just then, from somewhere, "This is great," murmured the man, who was supposed to have died.
Ryu: It's all my fault for being so damn weak... Faust!
Faust: How can I help you, Ryu?
Ryu: Faust?
Faust: Faust's spirit, to be precise.
Ren: He's dead, that's all.
Horohoro: Don't tell me this still surprises you?
Griffith: Those who die on the battlefield are not royalty, nobility, or commoners. They are the defeated who die.
Yoh Asakura: Don't fixate on what's in the past. Or else you'll get caught out by the changing situation.
Guts: What the hell!! Women are such royal pains! No physical strength! Things go to their heads so damn fast! And periods to top it off. Just look at ya. I guess they just ain't cut out for it.
Ko Yamori: Failing your first date kinda kills you inside.
Kazuya Ryuzaki: Your pride means nothing if this is where it leads you! Throw it all away right now!
Pascual Abaj: A person's thoughts are enough to make them miserable or happy. But when confronted with the onslaught of reality, there aren't many who can find the happiness in it.
Weiss Schnee: In the name of Big Nicholas and the great Schnee Family, all of you fools will receive... judgment!
Marco Lasso: When a girl puts her life on the line to fight, an angel is sure to descend. And I am that angel.
Rimi: So... you ended up double-booking for that night?
Tae: They said it's a job. I can't really back out... I'm sorry. I promised you guys I'd play at the festival too.
Saaya: How can they schedule something without even asking you? What are you gonna do?
Tae: I want to do both!
Saaya: How?
Tae: I'll... clone myself!
Yoh Asakura: There's always been something about swans that's fascinated me.
Mamoru Mikuriya: If you want people to enjoy your story, first you need to understand what they enjoy. Focus on the other person, rather than putting yourself out first and foremost. You're still very young so it's not worth agonizing over. Just try out different things! And if you fail, that's all right. Isn't making funny stories out of failure one of the best parts of rakugo?
Cheelai: What's your name?
Goku: Son Goku. Also... Kakarot.
Kyoji Arakawa: You have to understand, rakugo is a business about pleasing the audience who's come to see you. If you cannot please a single person in your presence, you're not cut out for this.
Lyserg Diethel: Winning a battle doesn't mean defeating your opponent. It means being able to have a smile on your face afterward.
Guriko Arakawa: Rakugo isn't just giving a speech. It's the art of depicting a conversation.
Bill Burton: Does rushing to the aid of your friends, knowing it meant death, make you a hero? Or just a fool?
Kazuya Ryuzaki: We're all living in the same universe. We should help each other.
Kasumi: It's like a pre-event!
Arisa: We've still got days to go...
Kasumi: A Pre-pre-pre-pre-pre-pre-pre-event then!
Arisa: That's a mouthful.
Yoh Asakura: Grudges, huh? Who has the time to hang on to those forever? It's better just to forget about them.
Manta Oyamada: There are all kinds of people in the world, and all kinds of dreams. They clash with each other. They laugh, and they cry. I wonder how many of them accomplish their dreams. And how many of them are actually happy once their dreams do come true? I doubt that anyone really knows. Because you always have to decide what the answer is for yourself.
Mikihisa Asakura: Fighting for something important is to be commended. But what's the point in continuing when what you were protecting has gone?
José Rodríguez: Weird how in a village with all these monsters... the scariest is a human.
Lee Pyron: No one can live life alone. Those who think of nothing but their own gain ultimately end up lonely, withering away by themselves!
Hang Zang-Ching: School report cards, company performance metrics, salaries... The day you see those damn numbers, no matter how much confidence you have, you're crushed by the weight of reality.
José: How about hide 'n' seek?
Paifu: No way! Last time you just became invisible!
Mikihisa Asakura: For when someone abandons doubt, they abandon growth!
Rei Furuya: It's nice being able to get together with everyone like this and have a little fun every once in a while.
Azusa Enomoto: They say that if you catch three of them before they hit the ground, your wish will come true.
About cherry blossom petals.
Kazami: Do you know what, I don't think I've ever seen you make a mistake.
Rei: Of course I have. For example... like that time, uh...
Kazami: Forget it.
Rei Furuya: We all screw up now and then. The important thing is to learn from it and do better next time.
Rei Furuya: You've got bags under your eyes, just like Akai.
To Kazami.
Midori Kuriyama: It's not luck or ham sandwiches that wins cases. We "pork" hard for the money.
Rei Furuya: Only one thought would cross my mind... Shuichi Akai. If only I could forget you.
Piccolo: What do I call you?
Gogeta: Using potaras, it was "Vegetto," wasn't it? Okay then, um...
Piccolo: Forget it! Hurry and go!
Gogeta: I can't do that. Having a name would sound cooler, to be sure. This time it'll be... um... Gogeta!

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