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Kaecilius: How long have you been at Kamar-Taj, Mister...

Dr. Stephen Strange: Doctor!

Kaecilius: Mr. Doctor?

Dr. Stephen Strange: It's Strange.

Kaecilius: Maybe. Who am I to judge?

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[repeated line]

Dr. Stephen Strange: Dormammu, I've come to bargain!

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The Ancient One: Arrogance and fear still keep you from learning the simplest and most significant lesson of all.

Dr. Stephen Strange: Which is?

The Ancient One: It's not about you.

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The Ancient One: We never lose our demons, Mordo. We only learn to live above them.

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Dr. Stephen Strange: I'm not ready.

The Ancient One: No one ever is. We don't get to choose our time.

[takes his hand]

The Ancient One: Death is what gives life meaning. To know your days are numbered. Your time is short. You'd think after all this time, I'd be ready. But look at me. Stretching one moment out into a thousand... just so that I can watch the snow.

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Dr. Stephen Strange: Dormammu, I've come to bargain!

Dormammu: You've come to die. Your world is now my world. Like all worlds.

[He disintegrates Strange easily]

Dr. Stephen Strange: Dormammu, I've come to bargain!

Dormammu: You've come to die. Your world is now my... What is this? Illusion?

Dr. Stephen Strange: No, this is real.

Dormammu: Good.

[he kills Strange again]

Dr. Stephen Strange: [bored] Dormammu, I've come to bargain.

Dormammu: What is happening?

Dr. Stephen Strange: Since you gave Kaecilius power from your dimension, I brought some power from mine. This is time. Endless, looped time!

Dormammu: You dare?

[he kills Strange again]

Dr. Stephen Strange: Dormammu, I've come to bargain!

Dormammu: You cannot do this for ever.

Dr. Stephen Strange: Actually, I can. This is how things are now! You and me. Trapped in this moment. Endlessly.

Dormammu: Then you will spend eternity dying!

Dr. Stephen Strange: Yes, but everyone on Earth will live.

Dormammu: But you will suffer!

Dr. Stephen Strange: Pain's an old friend.

[Dormammu kills Strange again. And again. And again... ]

Dormammu: End this! You will never win.

Dr. Stephen Strange: No. But I can lose. Again. And again. And again. Forever. That makes you my prisoner.

Dormammu: No! Stop! Make this stop! Set me free!

Dr. Stephen Strange: No! I've come to bargain!

Dormammu: What do you want?

Dr. Stephen Strange: Take your zealots from the Earth. End your assault on my world. Never come back. Do it and I'll break the loop.

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Dr. Stephen Strange: [after Mordo hands him a card] Well, what's this? My mantra?

Baron Mordo: The Wi-Fi password. We're not savages.

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Thor: So Earth has wizards now, huh?

Dr. Stephen Strange: Tea?

Thor: I don't drink tea.

Dr. Stephen Strange: What do you drink?

Thor: Not tea.

[Strange uses his powers to transform the teacup Thor is holding into a stein of beer]

Dr. Stephen Strange: So, I keep a watch list of individuals and beings from other realms that may be a threat to this world. Your adopted brother, Loki, is one of those beings.

Thor: Worthy inclusion.

Dr. Stephen Strange: Yeah. So... why bring him here to New York?

Thor: It's a bit of a long story. Family drama, that kind of thing. But, we're looking for my father.

Dr. Stephen Strange: Oh, okay. So if you found Odin, you'd all return to Asgard promptly?

Thor: Oh, yes. Promptly.

Dr. Stephen Strange: Great. Allow me to help you.

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Wong: How's your Sanskrit?

Dr. Stephen Strange: I'm fluent in Google Translate.

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Christine Palmer: [inscription on Strange's watch] Time will tell how much I love you.

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Christine Palmer: Where have you been?

Dr. Stephen Strange: Well, after Western medicine failed me, I headed east, and I ended up in Kathmandu.

Christine Palmer: Kathmandu?

Dr. Stephen Strange: Yeah.

Christine Palmer: What? Like the Bob Seger Song?

Dr. Stephen Strange: 1975, Beautiful Loser, side A. Yeah. And I went to a place called Kamar-Taj and I... talked to someone called "The Ancient One." And I...

Christine Palmer: Oh. So you joined a cult.

Dr. Stephen Strange: No, I didn't. No, not exactly. No. I mean... They did teach me to tap into powers that I never even knew existed.

Christine Palmer: Yeah. That sounds like a cult.

Dr. Stephen Strange: It's not a cult.

Christine Palmer: Well, that's what a cultist would say.

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[after credits]

[Pangborn senses someone in his workshop]

Jonathan Pangborn: Can I help you?

Baron Mordo: They carried you into Kamar-Taj on a stretcher. Look at you now, Pangborn.

Jonathan Pangborn: Mordo. So what can I do for you, man?

Baron Mordo: I've been away for many months now and I've had a revelation. The true purpose of a sorcerer is to twist things out of their proper shape. Stealing power. Perverting nature. Like you.

Jonathan Pangborn: I've stolen nothing. This is my power. Mine.

Baron Mordo: Power has a purpose.

[Pangborn picks up a crowbar and tries to attack Mordo, who strips him of his powers and restores his paralysis]

Jonathan Pangborn: Why are you doing this?

Baron Mordo: Because I see, at long last, what's wrong with the world. Too many sorcerers.

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The Ancient One: [on magic] You cannot beat a river into submission; you have to surrender to its current, and use its power as your own.

Dr. Stephen Strange: I control it by surrendering control? That doesn't make any sense.

The Ancient One: Not everything does. Not everything has to. Your intellect has taken you far in life, but it will take you no further. Surrender, Stephen.

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[Strange is experimenting with time manipulation using the Eye of Agamotto]

Baron Mordo: [bursting in] Stop! Tampering with continuum probabilities is forbidden!

Dr. Stephen Strange: I-I-I was just doing exactly what it said in the book!

Wong: And what did the book say about the dangers of performing that ritual?

Dr. Stephen Strange: I don't know, I hadn't gotten to that part yet.

Baron Mordo: Temporal manipulations can create branches in time. Unstable dimensional openings. Spatial paradoxes! Time loops! You wanna get stuck reliving the same moment over and over forever or never having existed at all?

Dr. Stephen Strange: They really should put the warnings before this spell.

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Dr. Stephen Strange: Wong. Just Wong? Like Adele? Or Aristotle. Drake. Bono... Eminem.

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[from trailer]

The Ancient One: [to Dr Strange] You're a man looking at the world through a keyhole. You've spent your life trying to widen it. Your work saved the lives of thousands. What if I told you that reality is one of many?

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Wong: While heroes like the Avengers protect the world from physical dangers, we sorcerers safeguard it against more mystical threats.

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The Ancient One: You're a man looking at the world through a keyhole. You've spent your whole life trying to widen that keyhole... to see more, to know more. And now, on hearing that it can be widened, in ways you can't imagine, you reject the possibility.

Dr. Stephen Strange: No, I reject it because I do not believe in fairy tales about chakras or energy or the power of belief. There is *no* such thing as spirit! We are made of matter and nothing more. You're just another tiny, momentary speck within an indifferent universe.

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The Ancient One: [as Doctor Strange is being moved through various dimemsions of the Multiverse] You think you know how the world works? You think that this material universe is all there is? What is real? What mysteries lie beyond the reach of your senses? At the root of existence, mind and matter meet. Thoughts shape reality. This universe is only one of an infinite number. Worlds without end. Some benevolent and life giving. Others filled with malice and hunger. Dark places where powers older than time lie ravenous... and waiting. Who are you in this vast multiverse, Mr. Strange?

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Dr. Stephen Strange: What did you just do to me?

The Ancient One: I pushed your astral form out of your physical form.

Dr. Stephen Strange: What's in that tea? Psilocybin? LSD?

The Ancient One: It's just tea... with a little honey.

Dr. Stephen Strange: What just happened?

The Ancient One: For a moment, you entered the astral dimension.

Dr. Stephen Strange: The what?

The Ancient One: A place where the soul exists apart from the body.

Dr. Stephen Strange: Why are you doing this to me?

The Ancient One: To show you just how much you don't know. Open your *eye*.

[She touches Strange's forehead and blasts him into an odyssey across dimensions]

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Man on Bus: That is hilarious!

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[Strange traps Kacilius in the Mirror Dimension]

Dr. Stephen Strange: Who's laughing now, asshole?

Kaecilius: I am.

[forms his own dimension]

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Dr. Stephen Strange: [sitting on the doorstep of Kamar-Taj, on the verge of tears] Don't shut me out. I haven't got anywhere else to go...

[the door suddenly opens, causing him to fall backwards into the building]

Dr. Stephen Strange: Thank you.

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Dr. Stephen Strange: How do I get from here to there?

The Ancient One: How did you get to reattach severed nerves and put a human spine back together bone by bone?

Dr. Stephen Strange: Study and practice. Years of it.

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Baron Mordo: [to Strange] I once stood in your place. And I, too, was... disrespectful. So, might I offer you some advice? Forget everything you think you know.

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[the Cloak of Levitation clings to Strange and wipes away his tears]

Dr. Stephen Strange: Stop!

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The Ancient One: The language of the mystic arts is as old as civilization. The sorcerers of antiquity called the use of this language "spells." But if that word offends your modern sensibilities, you can call it a program. The source code that shapes reality.

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The Ancient One: [after forcing Strange to experiencing the alternate dimensions] Have you ever seen *that* before in a gift shop?

Dr. Stephen Strange: Teach me.

The Ancient One: No.

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[first lines]

The Ancient One: Master Kaecilius. That ritual will bring you only sorrow.

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The Ancient One: You became a doctor to save one life above all others. Your own.

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The Ancient One: I spent so many years peering through time... looking at this exact moment. But I can't see past it.

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Kaecilius: What have you done?

Dr. Stephen Strange: I made a bargain.

Kaecilius: What is this?

Dr. Stephen Strange: Well, it's everything you've ever wanted. Eternal life as part of the One. You're not gonna like it.

[Kaecilius and his Zealots are sucked into the Dark Dimension]

Dr. Stephen Strange: Yeah, you know, you really should have stolen the whole book because the warnings... The warnings come *after* the spells.

[Wong laughs]

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Baron Mordo: The bill comes due. Don't you see? Her transgressions led to the Zealots to Dormammu. Kaecilius... was her fault! And here we are... in the consequence of her deception. A world on fire.

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The Ancient One: I've spent so many year peering through time, looking at this exact moment. But I can't see past it. I've prevented countless terrible futures and after each one there's always another, and they all lead here but never further.

Dr. Stephen Strange: You think this is where you die.

The Ancient One: You wonder what I see in your future?

Dr. Stephen Strange: No. Yes.

The Ancient One: I never saw your future, only its possibilities. You have such a capacity for goodness. You've always excelled, but not because you crave success but because of your fear of failure.

Dr. Stephen Strange: It's what made me a great doctor.

The Ancient One: It's precisely what's kept you from greatness. Arrogance and fear still keep you from learning the simplest and most significant lesson of all.

Dr. Stephen Strange: Which is?

The Ancient One: It's not about you! When you first came to me, you asked me how I was able to heal Jonathan Pangborn. I didn't. He channels dimensional energy directly into his own body.

Dr. Stephen Strange: He uses magic to walk.

The Ancient One: Constantly. He had a choice, to return to his own life or to serve something greater than himself.

Dr. Stephen Strange: So I could have my hands back again. My old life?

The Ancient One: You could and the world would be all the lesser for it. I hated drawing power from the dark dimension but as you well know, sometimes one must break the rules in order to serve the greater good.

Dr. Stephen Strange: Mordo won't see it that way.

The Ancient One: Mordo's soul is rigid and unmovable, forged by the fires of his youth. He needs your flexibility, just as you need his strength. Only together do you stand a chance of stopping Dormammu.

Dr. Stephen Strange: I'm not ready.

The Ancient One: No one ever is. We don't get to choose our time. Death is what gives life meaning. To know your days are numbered, your time is short. You'd think after all this time I'd be ready, but look at me. Stretching one moment out into a thousand just so I can watch the snow.

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The Ancient One: We harness energy... drawn from other dimensions of the Multiverse... to cast spells... to conjure shields... and weapons... to make magic. The Ancient One: Through the mystic arts, we harness energy and shape reality.

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Dr. Stephen Strange: You lack imagination!

Baron Mordo: No, Stephen. You lack a spine.

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Baron Mordo: [after The Ancient One leaves Stephen Strange on Everest] How's our new recruit?

The Ancient One: We shall see... Any second now.

Baron Mordo: Oh no, not again.

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Wong: What do you want, Strange?

Dr. Stephen Strange: Books on Astral Projection.

Wong: You're not ready for that.

Dr. Stephen Strange: Try me, Beyoncé.

[Wong remains silent]

Dr. Stephen Strange: Come on! You've heard of her, she's a huge star, right?

[pause]

Dr. Stephen Strange: Do you ever laugh? Come on, just give me the book.

Wong: No.

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Dr. Stephen Strange: [to Pangborn] You came back from a place there's no way back from. I... I-I-I'm trying to find my own way back.

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[Dr Strange puts away the Eye of Agamotto]

Wong: Wise choice. You'll wear the Eye of Agamotto... once you've mastered its powers. Until then... best not to walk down the streets wearing an Infinity Stone.

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Christine Palmer: Hey. It's OK. It's gonna be OK.

Dr. Stephen Strange: [looking at his injured hands] Wha... What did they do?

Christine Palmer: They... rushed you in a chopper. But it took a little while to find you. The golden hours for nerve damage went by while you were in the car.

Dr. Stephen Strange: What... did they do?

Christine Palmer: Eleven stainless steel pins in the bones. Multiple torn ligaments... severe nerve damage in both hands. You were on the table for eleven hours.

Dr. Stephen Strange: [sobs] Look at these fixators.

Christine Palmer: No one could have done better.

Dr. Stephen Strange: I could have done better.

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Dr. Stephen Strange: We did it.

Baron Mordo: Yes. Yes, we did it. By also violating the natural law.

Dr. Stephen Strange: Look around you. It's over.

Baron Mordo: You think there will be no consequences, Strange? No price to pay? We broke our rules, just like her. The bill comes due. Always!

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Baron Mordo: This is a relic. Some magic is too powerful to sustain so we imbue objects with it... allowing them to take the strain we cannot. This is the staff... of the Living Tribunal. There are many relics. The Wand of Watoomb. The Vaulting Boots of Valtorr.

Dr. Stephen Strange: Really just roll off the tongue, don't they?

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Dr. Stephen Strange: Thank you for the books and for the horrifying story and... for the threat upon my life.

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[last lines]

Wong: Word of the Ancient One's death will spread through the Multiverse. Earth has no Sorcerer Supreme to defend it. We must be ready.

Dr. Stephen Strange: We'll be ready.

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Dr. Stephen Strange: I'm talking tonight at a Neurological Society dinner. Come with me.

Christine Palmer: Another speaking engagement? So romantic.

Dr. Stephen Strange: You used to love coming to those things with me. We had fun together.

Christine Palmer: No, you had fun. They weren't about us, they were about you.

Dr. Stephen Strange: Not only about me.

Christine Palmer: Stephen. Everything is about you.

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The Ancient One: Have you ever seen *that* before in a gift shop?

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Dr. Nicodemus West: Give your body time to heal.

Dr. Stephen Strange: You've ruined me.

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[Strange picks up a brazier to use against Kaecilius]

Dr. Stephen Strange: Hah!

[Kaecilius is alarmed and wary, then... ]

Kaecilius: You don't know how to use that, do you?

Dr. Stephen Strange: Uh...

[swings the brazier at Kaecilius]

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Dr. Stephen Strange: Yeah, you know, you really should have stolen the whole book because the warnings... the warnings come after the spells.

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[from trailer]

Dr. Stephen Strange: I don't believe in fairytales about chakras or energy or the power of belief.

The Ancient One: You wonder what I see in your future? Possibility.

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The Ancient One: [about Doctor Strange] You think I was wrong to cast him out?

Baron Mordo: Five hours later, he's still on your doorstep. There's a strength to him.

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Kaecilius: Daniel, I see they made you master of this Sanctum.

Daniel Drumm: You know what that means?

Kaecilius: That you'll die protecting it.

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Christine Palmer: Stephen, you always spent money as fast as you can make it, but now you're spending money you don't even have. Maybe it's time to consider stopping.

Dr. Stephen Strange: No, now is exactly not the time to stop, because, you see, I'M NOT GETTING ANY BETTER!

Christine Palmer: But this isn't medicine anymore, this is mania. Somethings just can't be fixed.

Dr. Stephen Strange: A life without my work...

Christine Palmer: Is still a life. This isn't the end, there are other things that can give your life meaning.

Dr. Stephen Strange: [bitter] Like what? Like you?

Christine Palmer: ...and this is the part where you apologise.

Dr. Stephen Strange: This is the part where you leave.

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Dr. Stephen Strange: I'm breaking the laws of nature. I know.

Wong: Well, don't stop now.

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Dr. Stephen Strange: Even if there's another way?

Baron Mordo: There is no *other* way.

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The Ancient One: Death is what gives life meaning. To know your days are numbered. Your time is short.

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Wong: I am now the guardian of these books. So if a volume from this collection should be stolen again, I'd know it, and you'd be dead before you ever left the compound.

Dr. Stephen Strange: What if it's just overdue? You know. Any late fees I should know about? Maiming, perhaps?

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Dr. Stephen Strange: [to Kaecilius] Look at your face. Dormannu made you a murderer. Just how good can his kingdom be?

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[Lucian's astral form approaches while Christine operates on Doctor Strange]

Dr. Stephen Strange: I'm gonna have to vanish now.

Christine Palmer: What?

Dr. Stephen Strange: Keep me alive, will you?

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The Ancient One: [about Dr Strange] Stubbornness, arrogance, ambition. I've seen it all before.

Baron Mordo: He reminds you of Kaecilius.

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Kaecilius: Doctor... we don't seek to rule this world. We seek to save it... to hand it over to Dormammu, who is the intent of all evolution... the why of all existence.

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Christine Palmer: [during emergancy surgery] You can't do this free-hand.

Dr. Stephen Strange: I can and I will.

Dr. Nicodemus West: This is no time for showing off, Strange.

Dr. Stephen Strange: How about ten minutes ago when you called the wrong time of death?

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Dr. Stephen Strange: [answers phone in car] Billy. What have you got for me?

Nurse Billy: [on speaker] I've got a 35-year-old Air Force Colonel, crushed his lower spine in some kind of experimental armor. Mid-thoracic burst fracture.

Dr. Stephen Strange: Yeah, well, I could help... but so could 50 other people. Find me something worth my time.

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Dr. Stephen Strange: This one's got pages missing.

Wong: That's The Book of Cagliostro. A study of time. One of the rituals was stolen by a former master. The Zealot, Kaecilius. Just after he strung up the former librarian and relieved him of his head. I am now the guardian of these books. So if a volume from this collection should be stolen again I'd know it and you'd be dead before you ever left the compound.

Dr. Stephen Strange: What if it's just overdue? Any late fees I should know about? Maiming, perhaps?

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Dr. Stephen Strange: [to Doctor West] The patient's not dead, but he is dying. Still want to harvest his organs?

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