Magnolia Reinhart Quotes Edit

Volume 1 Edit

  • (To Ryoka) “It’s Ryoko, isn’t it? It’s rare that I see the same Runner in so many days.”

Volume 2 Edit

  • (To Teriach) "Your little hovel, then. Your crack in the side of the mountain. Your little pit where you hoard shiny objects and hide from the world. I am telling you, that girl is important!”
  • (To Erin) “Good evening, Miss Solstice. Do take a seat. We have much to talk about.”
  • (To Erin) “I should be delighted. You are quite the unusual young lady, you know.”
  • (To herself) “Teriarch did say this would happen sooner or later. But did it have to happen when I put my favorite tea pot out?”
  • (To Erin) “After all that insightfulness, force of will, and commendable chess playing ability, that is hardly a question worthy of you, Erin Solstice.”
  • (To Erin) “Throw this tea cup at you if you continue asking such questions.”
  • (To Ressa) “I believe the young woman will hit you if you do that again, Ressa. And she has both [Bar Fighting] and [Minotaur Punch] as skills. I would be careful.”
  • (To Erin)“I am Lady Magnolia Reinhart. I have no enemies upon this continent, or so it is said. And yet I consider the Antinium Queens my greatest nemeses. Consider that for one moment, and please, think before you reply.”
  • (To Ressa) “Ressa, the next time he asks a stupid question, have one of the Golems tear off his arm and beat him with it? Or do it yourself if you’re so inclined.”
  • (To Theofore) “I’m sure they wouldn’t. But unless I receive a satisfactory answer, it is I who shall go to war with them.

Volume 3 Edit

  • (To Ryoka) “Can I offer you anything? Tea? Biscuits? A knife to the throat? How would you feel most comfortable?”
  • (To Ivolethe) “I am Lady Magnolia. This mansion and the land around are mine. You are not welcome here. Begone.
  • (To Nemor) “Oh really? And who else do you have to die with you? More [Assassins]? I do believe I’ve cooked all of them, but I’ll happily do it to a few dozen more.”
  • (To Nemor) “If you had begged—no, even if you had, it is far too late. This is the price you pay for overconfidence, Nemor. And betrayal.”

Volume 4 Edit

  • (To Tyrion) “Lord Tyrion. I’d rather hoped you would have eaten something ghastly and exploded by now, but fortune hasn’t been kind to either of us, has it?”
  • (To Tyrion) “You really haven’t changed. As pleasant as this is Tyrion, I think I shall go walk barefoot on glass shards for a more delightful change of pace.”
  • (To Ressa)“Did you? Ah, you’re too thoughtful, Ressa. And you got to shove young Damia. I envy you.”
  • (To Regis)“Hello? Anyone there? Grandfather, I know you’re listening! Come out already! I haven’t got all day!”
  • (To Regis) “Give the old man a second to insist on ceremony and make an entrance and we’ll be here all day, Ressa. Old man, I know you’re out there! Come here, you pretentious letch!”
  • (To Regis) “Oh, forgive me great uncle Regis. Or is it great, great, great, great, great, great, great uncle Regis? A few hundred more greats? Would you like me to say that every time we meet?”
  • (To Regis) “And I don’t care, you puffed up ghost.”
  • (To Regis) “I, Magnolia Reinhart, do return to my ancestral home to claim the right of my blood. I ask for relics of the past for war and protection, to protect the lands our family has claimed, to destroy our enemies, and safeguard our legacy.”
  • (To Regis) “My ‘scaled disgrace of a lover’ as you put it, has informed me that he would certainly be able to dispel or destroy the enchantments protecting you, oh loving grandfather of mine.”
  • (To Sacra) “There’s a what living on my continent!?”
  • (To Zel) “Peace. To save the world. I will do anything for that goal. Will you help me?”
  • (To Nathal) “Nalthal! Nalthaliarstrelous! Please don’t make me call your full name again! Where are you?”
  • (To herself) “I hate my [Gardener].”
  • (To Sacra) “Sacra. Desperate times call for running people over. With an enchanted carriage.”

Volume 5 Edit

  • (To Bethal) “No, you have it right. For his wife, he would wage war on an entire species. For one death, he would burn all of them in fire.”
  • (To Ressa) “Perhaps she has. Perhaps. Time will tell. The Antinium, Goblins, Liscor, she may make a difference there. But in a war, what can one person do?”
  • (To Tyrion) “No. I suppose I can’t. But I can ensure one thing. If you go through with this, you may take Liscor. And if you do, I will promise you one thing: you will have nothing to come back to.”
  • (To Tyrion) “You could never imagine I’d do this. That is why you are a fool. A damned fool, Tyrion.”

Volume 6 Edit

  • (To Ressa) “Better to be less feared than I was a decade ago, Ressa. Better that than even children checking their plates and cups when I pass them by. It may be better for a ruler of any kind to be feared, rather than loved. But what sort of heart can bear it? I missed their smiles.”
  • (To Nerrissa) “She’s where? And she just walked up? She—did she punch anyone? Scream? Prevaricate in any way? No? That is odd. I wonder if she’s come down with something.”

Volume 7 Edit

  • (To Belavierr) “I eat too much sugar, according to my maid. And I have every intention of tossing you out like the trash you are. Do you wish to make this difficult? Because I could spank you like a girl if it helps change your mind.”
  • (To Belavierr) “I do not need outsiders to oust you, Belavierr. For armies, I trust to [Generals]. For other threats, I hire or find those to do the job. But for a spider in my house? We need no other.”
  • (To Belavierr) “Belavierr. You are indeed powerful. But you are a constant. You do not change because you know nothing. You lose nothing and gain nothing. I would prefer to live, rather than to never die. However brief I may have, it is my time.”
  • (To Maviola) “Age is your foe. But keep moving. Find something to do, even if it is selfish. But don’t lie there. Stand. Move, and burn. Fire dies when it stops moving. Maviola, do you hear me? There is still something for you to do, isn’t there?
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