Quotes tagged with "princess" (best)

Rue: She's blessed with beauty, cleverness, and strength, but the thing is, the princess is fated never to be with her prince. The moment she confesses her love, she turns into a speck of light and vanishes.
Narrator: Once upon a time, there was a man who died. The prince and the raven from the man's story escaped from the story and fought. Their battle ended with the prince taking out his own heart and sealing the raven away by using its forbidden power. The prince, who had lost his heart, met a duck in a certain town. Because of her love for the prince, the duck turned into a princess and gathered together the lost shards of his heart. The prince gradually regained his feelings, and at long last, he was able to regain even the feeling of love. And they lived happily ever after. But did they really? After all, the princess is fated to turn into a speck of light and vanish the moment she tells the prince of her love for him.
Narrator: Once upon a time, there was a princess who was held captive. She was imprisoned in the demon king's castle. And with her freedom taken from her, she had no choice but to dance like a puppet to the tune set by the whims of the demon king. One day, a hero came to fight the demon king, seeking to save the princess. However, there was no way the hero could win against the demon king. The hero did not know, you see, that he himself was a puppet created by the demon king.
Narrator: Once upon a time, a witch's curse put a princess into an eternal sleep, and one young man appeared, intending to awake her. But a voice whispered, "Awaken the princess from her sleep? What a cruel thing to do." Is the princess not wishing for the kiss of awakening, but rather to continue to sleep forever?
Princess Kraehe: A single prince has no need of two princesses.
Narrator: Once upon a time, there was a princess raised by loving parents. One day, the princess snuck past the guard at the gate and slipped out of the castle for the very first time. However, no matter how far she went, outside the castle, there was only an endless forest as black as pitch. Before she knew it, the princess ended up unable to either escape the forest or return to the castle. In that kingdom, the inside of the castle was the entire world.
Narrator: Once upon a time, there was a handsome slave. What bound him were not heavy chains, but the princess's love. Every day, every night, the princess whispers her love to the slave and the slave responds in kind. Bound body. Bound emotions. The slave or the princess? Which of them is really the one who cannot move?
Drosselmeyer: If you're the knight, you have to conquer your fears and defeat the villain. If you're the villain, you have to kill the princess without mercy. If you're the princess, you have to save the prince with the power of your love. If you're the prince, you have to use your wisdom and courage... Whoops, that's not possible.
Narrator: Once upon a time, there was a maiden. The maiden wore tattered clothes and was called Cinderella, but she became a beautiful princess by magic and danced with the prince. Then at the stroke of midnight, the maiden left a glass slipper behind and returned to being Cinderella once again. The prince took the trouble to find this maiden and took her as his wife, but... Did the prince really love that maiden?
Khun Aguero Agnis: Princesses, rules, whatever. I don't like any of this.

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