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“- Ichabod Crane: You must believe me, it was a horseman, a dead one! Headless!
- Baltus Van Tassel: I know, I know.
- Ichabod Crane: You don't know because you were not there. It's all true!
- Baltus Van Tassel: Of course it is. I told you. Everyone told you.
- Ichabod Crane: I... saw him.”
“Back in the Middle Ages, in more noble times, when a knight failed his king, that knight would throw himself onto his sword to avoid the humiliation of being ostracized by his peers for his incompetence and cowardice.”
“- Arthur: Which is the greatest quality of knighthood? Courage? Compassion? Loyalty? Humility? What do you say, Merlin?
- Merlin: Hmm? Ah. Ah. Ah, the greatest. Uh, well, they blend, like the metals we mix to make a good sword.
- Arthur: No poetry. Just a straight answer. Which is it?
- Merlin: All right, then. Truth. That's it. Yes. It must be...” (continue)(continue reading)
“We knights are blessed in that we do not run from it. We seek it, grasp it by the throat and demand honor in our passing.”
“- Thena: My two knights in shining armor.
- Leonardo: Not so shining.”
“- Arthur: I am King. And this is Excalibur, sword of kings from the dawn of time. Who are you? What do you seek?
- Lancelot: I am Lancelot of the Lake, from across the sea. And I have yet to find a king worthy of my sword.
- Arthur: That is a wild boast. You lack a knight's humility!
- Lancelot: Not a boast, sir. But a curse. For I have never...” (continue)(continue reading)
“A knight proves his worthiness by his deeds.”
“The winner of this tournament - no, no, the privilege - will have the honour of rescuing the beautiful Princess Fiona from the fiery pit of that dragon! Should the winner fail to return, the runner-up shall take his place, and so on and so forth... Some of you may die, but that is a sacrifice I am willing to make.”
“- King Arthur: A knight is sworn to valor.
- Bowen: A knight is sworn to valor.
- King Arthur: His heart knows only virtue.
- Bowen: His heart knows only virtue.
- King Arthur: His blade defends the helpless.
- Bowen: His blade defends the helpless.
- King Arthur: His might upholds the weak.
- Bowen: His might upholds the weak.
- King Arthur:...” (continue)(continue reading)