General Backler: In your world, do you not kneel before your king?
Farmer Daimon: In my world, the king's army is expected to protect the kingdom, not just the castle.
Norick: So this is where we pay for our sins?
Solana: No. This is where we pay for our virtues. Sins are more than welcome here.
Muriella: I knew you'd come.
Gallian: I told you I would.
Muriella: I mean, I felt it. I felt it before you came.
Gallian: You are developing your powers well, Muriella. Our time together is paying off!
Norick: [after Farmer crosses the bridge] I'm going next.
Bastian: You're a brave old guy.
Norick: No, I just don't want you weakening the rope before I have my turn.
Zeph: Why do you call daddy "Farmer?" Doesn't he have a name?
Solana: Your father believes people become what they do.
Farmer Daimon: [to Solana] There's something I've always wanted to tell you. I love you.
Farmer Daimon: People say God watches over the innocent.
Merick: The king has a special interest in this one.
Commander Tarish: I know nothing of this.
Merick: Neither does the king.
Gallian: In my kingdom there will be no word for 'madness.' We will simply call it 'power.'
Duke Farrow: Tarish! Prepare your troops to ride! Hordes of Krug are ransacking the land! Oh, the sun is blistering my skin.
Commander Tarish: What is this nonsense you speak?
Duke Farrow: Just do as you're commanded.
Commander Tarish: I listen only to the king.
Duke Farrow: It might behoove you to learn a little respect!
Commander Tarish: [Walks away] Respect is earned.
Duke Farrow: [chuckles] You are mistaken! Respect is my BIRTH RIGHT!
Farmer Daimon: [Seeing a Krug commander controlled by Gallian holding Solona's parents by the necks] Let them go!
Gallian: [laughs] You already killed me once today! Yet, here we are again!
Duke Farrow: [confronting Muriella in the forest] We are no longer in a castle. There are no rules here!
[He and his men are ambushed and captured by Elora and some of her followers]
Muriella: There are rules everywhere, my Duke. Your talent for breaking them has failed you at last.
Bastian: [contemplating zip line] Alright, let's go, come on.
Norick: You were more concerned about your horse.
Bastian: My horse I like. It's you I'm not so sure about.
Norick: Well, wait til you get to know me better.
Muriella: Gallian... Must you always appear so suddenly from nowhere?
Gallian: I don't. I appear so suddenly from somewhere.
Gallian: What manner of vengeance are you enjoying, Farmer? The vengeance of a father? The vengeance of a husband?
Solana: [from behind him] You forget the vengeance of a mother!
Gallian: Tell me, Duke. What do you know of a man they call 'Farmer'?
Elora: Those who you fight, we will help you fight them.
Solana: [At dinner] Norick, this is a pleasant surprise. You should stop by more often.
Norick: Well, I figured Farmer saw enough of this and thought he could use a little break.
Zeph: Norick thinks father should give up farming and join the king's army.
Norick: Now hold on Zeph, I didn't say that exactly!
Zeph: He says that the soldiers make alot of money.
Solana: [to Farmer] Now you are not considering this, are you?
Farmer Daimon: You're my family! I would never leave you. Does that answer your question, Norick?
Norick: Well, we were just talking, thank you very much, just talking.
Farmer Daimon: Everyone has their talents. "Just talking" seems to be yours.
Norick: [to Zeph] Just ratting on his friend seems to be YOURS!
Norick: Now give me the chicken.
Solana: [laughing] Don't give him the chicken.
Norick: Give me the chicken!
[Holds chicken making chomping noises]
Norick: Arf! Arf! Arf!
Solana: If you can bleed, you can die.
Gallian: Perhaps I can.
Gallian: But I won't. I have too much work to do.