Martha Kent: It looks like Krypton gave us more than one hero.
Clark Kent: For the first time, I'm ready to stop running from who I really am, from my destiny.
Clark Kent: What was he like? My father.
Raya: Brave... strong... with the biggest heart of anyone I've ever known.
Clark Kent: To be honest, that's not the Jor-El I've imagined.
Raya: He was determined to save us. I remember helping him build your ship. He was so careful, planning every detail, down to your baby blanket. I wish that he could see you now.
Clark Kent: I haven't been the best son.
Raya: Your father was hard on himself, too. He felt guilty that he couldn't save Krypton. His only redemption was sending you to save Earth.
Clark Kent: Save it from what?
Raya: Extinction. Your civilization is going to destroy itself, just like Krypton. You should know this, it was part of your training.
Clark Kent: I haven't started my training. The Fortress is damaged. Jor-El tried to warn me, but I didn't listen. I mean, how could I trust someone who brought so much pain in my life?
Raya: Pain is part of anyone's journey, Kal-El. You can't escape it. You must accept your destiny.
Baern: So this is Jor-El's famed Fortress of Knowledge. I thought it'd be bigger.
Clark Kent: It doesn't matter. You won't be staying long.
Baern: Big talk, big man. I'm surprised you're still standing. I guess Jor-El was right about how the yellow sun affects you Kryptonian cockroaches. But I'm back. And now... I'm super-sized. This is the perfect place for the fall of the House of El.
Baern: Paying for the sins of your father can be a bitch.