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Once upon a time, in deep winter,

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a queen was admiring the falling snow

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when she saw a rose blooming in defiance of the cold.

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Reaching for it, she pricked her finger

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and three drops of blood fell.

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And because the red seemed so alive against the white

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she thought, "If only I had a child as white as snow,

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"lips as red as blood, hair as black as a raven's wings

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"and all with the strength of that rose. "

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Soon after, a daughter was born to the Queen

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and was named, "Snow White. "

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And she was adored throughout the kingdom

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as much for her defiant spirit as for her beauty.

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We found it in the woods.

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It's injured, Mother.

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It must have broken its wing.

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Don't worry, it will heal in time.

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I'll look after it.

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You possess a rare beauty, my love.

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In here.

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Never lose it.

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It will serve you well when you become queen.

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Be careful you don't fall.

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I'm just getting you an apple.

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Here you go. Thank you.

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William!

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William!

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The next winter was the harshest in memory

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and Snow White's mother passed away.

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The King was inconsolable.

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Taking advantage of his grief,

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a dark and mysterious army appeared

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and lured him into battle.

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What devil spawned this army?

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Send them back to hell!

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No prisoners!

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The dark army was defeated,

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but what would soon come to pass was far darker.

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Sire!

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A prisoner.

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Fear not,

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you will come to no harm from me or my men.

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What is your name, my lady?

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Ravenna,sWe.

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So enchanted by her beauty was the King

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that he forgot, for the first time, his broken heart

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and the very next day, she would become his wife.

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You're so beautiful.

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That's kind, child.

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Especially when it is said that yours

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is the face of true beauty in this kingdom.

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Come.

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This all must be difficult for you.

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I, too, lost my mother when I was a young girl.

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I can never take your mother's place.

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Never

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But I feel that you and I are bound.

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I feel it there.

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Your heart.

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You will be the ruin of me.

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Indeed, my lord.

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I was ruined by a king like you once.

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I replaced his queen,

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an old woman.

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And, in time, I, too, would have been replaced.

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Men use women.

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They ruin us and when they are finished with us

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they toss us to the dogs like scraps.

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What have you given me?

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When a woman stays young and beautiful forever,

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the world is hers.

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First, I will take your life, my lord.

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And then I'll take your throne.

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Welcome, brother.

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MY queen.

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She had tricked her way into the kingdom with a phantom army.

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She now welcomed a very real one.

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William!

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Snow, get out! Snow!

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I can%leave!

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The Princess! No!

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Get out of here! Go!

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William! Don't leave me!

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Father, we must go back! We must!

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No! We've lost her!

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No!No!No!

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Don't leave me! William!

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Out.

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Cut!

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Mirror, mirror

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on the wall,

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who is the fairest of them all?

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It is you, my queen.

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Yet another kingdom falls to your glory.

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Is there no end to your power and beauty?

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The remnants, my queen. What do we do with them?

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To the sword.

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Finn.

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Lock her up.

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One never knows when royal blood may be of value.

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So poisonous was the reign of Ravenna,

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that nature turned on itself and people turned on each other.

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The land died

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and with it, hope.

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And all that time, she kept Snow White imprisoned

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high up in the north tower.

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Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name.

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Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done on Earth as it is in heaven.

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Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our sins,

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as we forgive those who sin against us.

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Lead us not into temptation,

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but deliver us from evil. Amen.

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Hello?

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Hello?

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What is your name? I am Greta.

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What happened to you?

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All the girls in our village were taken.

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I was trying to reach Duke Hammond's castle when I was caught.

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Duke Hammond?

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Is he alive?

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Does he still fight in my father's name?

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You're the King's daughter.

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The night the King died, we were told all in the castle were slain.

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And William?

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Is the Duke's son still alive?

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I don't know, Princess.

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What will they do to me?

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Do you remember when we were children

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begging for scraps like those wretches?

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Yes, sister.

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Am I not kinder?

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Yes.

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These two were captured leading an ambush

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on one of our supply trains.

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Your son?

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Handsome.

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Obviously, a debt owed to your mother.

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There was a time I would have lost my heart to a face like yours.

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And you, no doubt, would have broken it.

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lain, no!

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You would kill your queen?

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Such courage.

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Such beauty.

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But how strong is your heart?

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No. My son.

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MY Son!

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Leave him.

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Let him return to the Duke

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and speak of the generosity of his queen.

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Out.

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Cut!

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Magic comes at a lofty price.

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And the expense grows.

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You look... Old.

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Tired.

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MY Dower

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fades.

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I have something for what ails you.

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Oh.

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Greta?

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Greta?

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Mirror, mirror

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on the wall,

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who is fairest of them all?

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My queen,

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on this day, one has come of age

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fairer even than you.

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She is the reason your powers wane.

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Who is it?

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Snow White.

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Snow White?

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She is my undoing?

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I should have killed her when she was a child.

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Be warned.

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Her innocence and purity is all that can destroy you.

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But she is also your salvation, Queen.

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Take her heart in your hand

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and you shall never again need to consume youth.

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You shall never again weaken or age.

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Immortality.

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Immortality

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forever.

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Finn!

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Brother,

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bring me the King's daughter.

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Did I wake you?

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Are you always awake when I watch you?

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You've never come in before.

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My sister won't allow it.

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She wants you all to herself.

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I'm afraid of her.

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And not of me?

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No.

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Fear not, Princess.

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You will never again be locked in this cell.

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What does she want from me?

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Your beating heart.

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Get me out of here!

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No!

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Greta?

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Go. Get me out of here!

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No! Go.

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No!

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Stop her!

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Catch her!

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Seize her!

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Get to the gate!

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Bring her back to me!

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How is it that an innocent young girl

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makes a fool of my brother?

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Armed only with a nail.

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If she'd had a sword,

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she would have taken my kingdom.

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"Bring me the King's daughter,"

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and you let her slip right through your tiny little fingers.

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H ow?

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You swore that you would protect me!

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You swore!

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Now there's no one I can trust.

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No one. There's no loyalty, no loyalty.

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None, not even from you!

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Where is she?

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She was chased into the Dark Forest,

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where the men lost her.

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She's no good to me in the Dark Forest, lost!

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I need her heart! You failed me, Finn!

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Have I not given all to you!

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Havel

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not given you all?

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Yes, sister.

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Quiet.

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I have no powers in the Dark Forest.

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You have to find me someone.

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Someone who knows it.

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Someone who can hunt her.

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You owe me money from my pocket

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and money for the girl.

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Well, you know, I seem to have drunk it all,

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but you're welcome to it when it comes out again.

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You've gone too far. I want my money!

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Here it is!

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The Queen demands your presence.

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Can't you see I'm having a bath?

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Trust me on this, sister.

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All right! All right!

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Hey!

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My brother tells me you are a widower. A drunkard.

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And one of few who has ventured into the Dark Forest.

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Aye.

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One of my prisoners has escaped there.

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Then he's dead. She.

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She is certainly dead.

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Find her.

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Bring her to me.

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No, I've been to that forest. I'm not going back.

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You will be rewarded handsomely.

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What good is gold to me

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if I'm lying dead with the crows picking at my eyes?

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Why is she of such value?

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That is none of your concern.

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I'll determine what concerns me, thank you.

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You will do this for me, huntsman!

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And if I refuse?

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Do me the favor, I beg of you.

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To his knees.

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So you wish to be reunited with your beloved?

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You do not speak of my wife.

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You miss her.

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What would you give to see her again?

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You know of my powers.

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Bring me the girl

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and I will bring back your wife.

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Nothing can bring her back.

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I can.

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A life

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for a life.

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She can't have gone far.

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All right, do exactly as I do.

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It's a bad idea.

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Stay here.

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Come here. No!

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Will you help me?

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Please, the Queen is going to kill me.

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Sure she is.

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She's going to rip out my heart.

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Quick work.

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Hey.

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Well done, huntsman.

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Hand her over.

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What do you intend to do with her?

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Why do you care?

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You want her... Hey!

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Give me what I was promised.

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You did your job well.

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Now, keep your word.

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He'll kill us both. Shut up.

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He will. I said, shut up.

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No, no.

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I'll keep my word when the Queen keeps hers.

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Where's my wife?

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He's going to betray you.

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My sister has many powers.

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She can take life away, or sustain it,

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but she can't bring your wife back from the dead, you fool!

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I want her back!

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I will find you!

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Quiet. All right?

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Hey, what the hell's going on?

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Who are you? Why does the Queen want you dead?

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She wants everyone dead, all of us.

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What makes you so damn valuable?

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You should know, you're the one hunting me.

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Forget it.

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I should have never got involved in the Queen's business.

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What did I get in? Stupid...

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Where are you going?

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Getting away from you. You're trouble, is what you are.

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I need to get to the Duke's castle. There's an army there.

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Oh, the Duke's army?

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Bunch of farmers and milkmaids with pitchforks.

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I know sheep that have more fight in them.

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I'm valuable.

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That's why you're here, isn't it?

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If you return without me, you're dead.

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If you leave me, I'm dead.

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Just for argument's sake, how much reward?

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However much is enough.

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At least thirty gold pieces... A hundred.

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Help me.

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Who are you?

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Maybe you should have asked the Queen that.

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I don't trust you.

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I've given you my word. I still don't trust you.

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But you have a deal.

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Give me that, before you lose a finger.

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She killed my brave lain with just the palm of her hand

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and then she drew a dagger from her side with no blood.

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She cannot be killed.

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But there is more.

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The Princess is alive.

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Where is my son?

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We have word of the Princess.

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Ravenna has kept her, all these years.

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She lives?

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She escaped the castle, into the Dark Forest.

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I'm going after her.

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We don't know if she survived.

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William!

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What?

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You ventured beyond the castle walls again, disobeying my orders.

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We're all that's left, don't you understand?

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I cannot afford to lose any more of my men.

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I'm going alone.

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I will not lose my only son.

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You don't know the Dark Forest.

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Then I'll find somebody who does.

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I will not abandon her a second time.

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The forest gains its strength from your weakness.

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Do you drink to drown your sorrows?

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Or your conscience?

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What concern is it of yours, why I drink?

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I suppose a man's sorrows are his own.

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What does a young girl like you know about sorrow?

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Don't flatter yourself.

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Now stay close.

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You men know the dark forest?

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Load and prepare.

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You ride for 50 gold pieces.

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Does it not trouble you to serve her?

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Who the Queen?

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I serve no one.

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Especially that old hag, and any other royalty. They're all damned.

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The King and his true queen are not damned.

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The King?

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He's the one that let the devil in the door.

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It's his fault the kingdom's plunged into darkness.

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From you?

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You know nothing.

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What? And you do?

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What's a wee scrod like you care about the King anyway?

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You're barely old enough to remember him.

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The land is diseased.

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Nature is upturned.

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This, this is the legacy of your precious king.

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Do you need a bowman?

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I have a bowman.

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Kill him.

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I said, do you need a bowman?

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Here, I want to show you something.

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Which is your lead foot?

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If someone comes at you, you raise this arm up

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and you block, and use their strength against them.

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You're small, so wait until they're close

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and you drive it through their heart to the hilt.

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You understand? Do not hesitate.

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You look in their eyes

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and do not pull it out until you see their soul.

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I couldn't do that.

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Well, you might not have a choice.

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We have their trail.

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Move on. Move on!

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Wait.

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Is this the edge of the Dark Forest?

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Aye.

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What is it?

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Troll!

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Go!

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Run!

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I told you to run.

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If I had, you would be dead.

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Only demons or spirits pass through the Dark Forest. Which are you?

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We're fugitives from the Queen.

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We mean you no harm.

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Where are all the men?

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Gone.

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Have you got nothing to drink?

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You have traveled far

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and carried a great burden.

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I've had worse jobs.

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Anyway, she's not that heavy.

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You don't know who she is.

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What do you mean?

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Why? Who is she?

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Maybe it needs a skirt, or a dress or something?

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That's nice.

426
How about a face?

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Your mother wants to see you.

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Why didn't you tell me?

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Because I'd think it was too difficult a task?

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You would be right.

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I didn't trust you.

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I'm sorry. Yeah.

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Our scars protect us.

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Without beauty, we are worthless to the Queen.

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It's a sacrifice we made

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so we could raise our children in peace

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while their fathers are at war.

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And you,

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your sacrifice will come.

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You must rest.

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How can you desert her when you know the truth?

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Aye, I know the truth.

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That's why she should be as far away from me as possible.

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Anything I ever cared about was taken away from me.

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Not this time.

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She's safer here with you.

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Lily! Lily, come on!

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Come on!

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Run, rats, run!

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Find her!

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Find her!

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Come on!

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Get in the boats! Get in the boats!

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Lily!

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In there, baby. There you go.

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Come on!

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NO! No!

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Come on! Let's go!

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No! We have to help them!

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You will. Go.

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Come on! Go!

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Your beauty is all that can save you, Ravenna.

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This spell will make your beauty your power and protection.

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By fairest blood it is done.

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Here. Drink, drink!

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But, be warned.

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By fairest blood, this spell can be undone.

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Avenge us!

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I'm sorry.

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I'm sorry. You're not.

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I am. You left us.

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We should never have been there.

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Hey, look at me.

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I'll take you to Duke Hammond's, okay?

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All right?

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You have my word.

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Wait!

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This is our lucky day.

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Oh, no. Dwarves.

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The hedge-pig I loathe most in the world lands right in our lap.

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Come on, Beith.

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Is this how you treat a friend?

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Oh! No, no, no, you puttock.

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This is how I treat a friend.

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She's pretty.

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And who's this?

487
Is this an errant apprentice or captive?

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This man is helping me.

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We should kill them both.

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He's caused us nothing but trouble.

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Skewer him and leave her to rot. I don't like killing girls.

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I do. Good.

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Leave her alone, Duir.

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He's got nothing. One silver coin and an empty codpiece.

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Two days we sat here. What for?

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Nothing.

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We should have stayed by the river. What a waste of time!

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Cut us down, Beith. I have gold I can pay you.

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It's not here, it's hidden back in the woods.

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Shut your ugly mug, huntsman.

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If you had any pennies, you would have pissed it away on mead by now.

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Cut us down, then I'll show you.

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Pull the other one, you lying dangler.

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Tell them the truth, huntsman. There's no time!

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I have to take this girl to Hammond's. She's not safe here.

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Well, my little heart bleeds for you.

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We should chop them up and feed them to the wolves.

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Yeah. Yes!

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Who is she?

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She's worth a lot of gold to me.

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Which I am happy to share with you stupid little dwarves.

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Stop that!

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Gold is worth nothing to any of you if you're all dead!

514
The Queen's men hunt us!

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They're very close! Shutup!

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You have love for the Queen?

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We have no love for the Queen.

518
Then you fight against her?

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No one fights against the Queen.

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We lost everything when the King died.

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We fight only for ourselves!

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Yes.

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My father was King Magnus.

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BEITHI Muir,

525
does she speak the truth?

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Yes. She is of the blood.

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She is destined, Beith.

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I see an end to the darkness.

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Riders!

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They found us!

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If you don't cut us down, we'll all be killed!

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I don't like this, Beith. It smells like trouble.

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You'll find your weight in gold if you cut us down, now!

534
Shut up, Princess.

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Queen's riders!

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And they're coming this way!

537
We'll take her, but not him!

538
What?

539
No, both of us!

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Cut them both down, Gort!

541
Let's get the hell out of here!

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Move it! Move it!

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They're close.

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Blasted fairy music.

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GORTI Yeah.

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Good thing there's plenty of moss about.

547
Where are we?

548
They call it Sanctuary, my lady.

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It's the home of the fairies.

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Fairies.

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Clear!

552
Coll?

553
Clear!

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Set up camp!

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Gus. Quert. Make the fire.

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Gort, your mug.

557
Play louder, you whey-face,

558
I can still hear them harpy fairies.

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Duir, would you really have killed her?

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Yeah.

561
Of course.

562
That seat's not taken, if that's what you were about to ask.

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I want to thank you.

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It's only a log.

565
There's no need to thank me.

566
No, for before.

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For defending me.

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Ah. Your father was a good man.

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The kingdom prospered.

570
Our people prospered.

571
There were more of you.

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Aye. Yeah.

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The men you see before you

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and many, many more, went deep into the caves.

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We were noble gold miners

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because we could see the light in the darkness.

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Gus. Gus?

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You were just a boy, but you remember.

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When we returned to the surface,

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there was nothing.

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The land was blackened.

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Everything, everyone was gone.

583
Was dead.

584
That was the month your father died.

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I'm very sorry.

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As am I, Princess. As am I.

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Son, play a happy song-

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Why spend your leisure Bereft of pleasure

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Amassing treasure Why scrape and save?

590
Why look so canny At ev'ry penny?

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You'll take no money within the grave

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I know I'm a bit gicky,

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but would you care for a dance?

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I'd be honored, Gus.

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Our glasses clinking And round and round

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Is iomai sh' sin Do bhios ag daoine

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Ag cruinniu piosai Is ag déanamh stéir

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So, lads and lasses Because life passes

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Come fill your glasses for another round

600
I don't trust her, and I don't believe her.

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No matter what Muir says.

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Ifeelpecuhan

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Queer almost.

604
What? Since when?

605
I'm tingling all over, but I feel lovely.

606
I feel lovely.

607
How's your gout?

608
Gout?

609
It's a bit better.

610
And my cough.

611
You know,

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this is her doing.

613
How much have you had to drink?

614
No, it was the mushrooms.

615
Send a log downstream.

616
With hump for tramel The scripture's camel

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Still fleecing us out of our bevvy, huntsman?

618
What do you say we let bygones be bygones?

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Not yet, nut-hook.

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Hug.

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Come fill your glasses for another round

622
Is iomai sh' sin Do bhios ag daoine

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So what's in it for you?

624
What are you talking about?

625
I'm talking about the girl.

626
Come fill your glasses for another round

627
Is it really just the gold?

628
I'm not sure, Beith.

629
If I had any sense, I'd have abandoned her long ago.

630
Muir says she's destined.

631
Question is, huntsman,

632
for what?

633
Hmm?

634
Get up.

635
Father? What was that? Father?

636
I know, son, I know.

637
It's him.

638
No, no, no, huntsman.

639
No one's ever seen this before.

640
The white hart bows before the Princess, Father.

641
He's blessing her.

642
What are you talking about?

643
You have eyes, huntsman, but you do not see.

644
You, who have been with her the longest.

645
She is life itself.

646
She will heal the land.

647
She is the one.

648
Can't you feel it? Are your ailments not gone?

649
Gold or no gold,

650
where she leads, I follow.

651
Aye. I'm with you.

652
Yes, Father.

653
Ambush!

654
BEITHI Aim low! Aim low!

655
Coll, Duir, take him.

656
Gus, go with her.

657
Stay with me. Don't you wait for me.

658
You first.

659
I know.

660
Go. That way.

661
Go, go!

662
No, no, it's me! It's William.

663
It's William.

664
I admire your fight, huntsman.

665
Your wife was the same.

666
What do you know of my wife?

667
I remember them all.

668
But especially

669
the ones with fight.

670
She screamed your name,

671
but you weren't there.

672
Now, you can beg her forgiveness in the Otherworld.

673
Sister,

674
heal me.

675
Forgive me, brother.

676
I feel...

677
Arrow!

678
Gus. Gus!

679
Gus, breathe. Gus, breathe.

680
I won't leave you, miss.

681
We used to have pride.

682
And now we just pilfer and drink

683
and dream about when we didn't.

684
Every man here would die for the chance of becoming that man again.

685
So, we follow you, Princess,

686
in life and in death.

687
And we shall have our pride again.

688
On Gus's soul, this I swear.

689
Dark the stars And dark the moon

690
Hush the night And the morning loon

691
Tell the horses And beat on your drum

692
Gone their master Gone their sun

693
Dark the oceans Dark the sky

694
Hush the whales And the ocean tide

695
Tell the salt marsh And beat on your drum

696
Gone their master

697
Gone their sun

698
Dark to light And light to dark

699
Three black carriages Three white carts

700
What brings us together's What pulls us apart

701
Gone our brother Gone our heart

702
I'm sorry I left you.

703
You didn't.

704
If I'd have thought you were alive,

705
I would have come for you.

706
We were children, William.

707
You're here now.

708
Hush the whales And the ocean tide

709
Tell the salt marsh And beat on your drum

710
Gone their master Gone their sun

711
Here.

712
She hasn't changed.

713
She has that same light inside her.

714
You must see it.

715
You'd be blind if you didn't.

716
Thought about her every day since I lost her.

717
I can hardly believe I found her.

718
You should tell her how you feel.

719
It'd be good for her.

720
No.

721
I wouldn't know how.

722
Your not telling someone something like that

723
and living with the regret

724
is a lot worse.

725
William.

726
It's as if nothing's changed here.

727
The world seems

728
beautiful again.

729
It will be,

730
when you are queen.

731
The people of this kingdom hate Ravenna with every fiber.

732
I used to hate her.

733
But now I feel only sorrow.

734
Once people find out you're alive,

735
they will rise up in your name.

736
It takes more than a name.

737
You are your father's daughter.

738
The rightful heir.

739
If I had a choice, I'd take you far away.

740
Keep you safe by my side.

741
But I have a duty. And so do you.

742
How do I inspire?

743
How will I lead men?

744
The way you led me when we were children.

745
I followed you everywhere.

746
I ran when you called.

747
I would have done anything for you.

748
That's not how I remember it.

749
No? No.

750
And we used to fight all the time.

751
And argue.

752
Do you remember that trick?

753
What trick?

754
You see, child,

755
love always betrays us.

756
Wake up.

757
By fairest blood it was done,

758
and only by fairest blood

759
can it be undone.

760
You were the only one

761
who could break the spell and destroy me.

762
And the only one

763
pure enough

764
to save me.

765
You don't even realize how lucky you are

766
never to know what it is to grow old.

767
No!

768
No.

769
No. No.

770
What are you looking at? Do something!

771
You're dwarves, healers.

772
Save her. Help her.

773
No. This cannot be.

774
Please, please.

775
Please.

776
What do we do, Beith?

777
What we promised.

778
Well, here you are.

779
All dressed up, like you're about to

780
wake up and give me more grief. Am I right?

781
You deserved better.

782
I once had a wife, Princess.

783
Sara was her name.

784
When I came back from the wars,

785
I carried with me the stench of death

786
and the anger of the lost.

787
I wasn't worth saving, that's for sure. But she did so anyway.

788
And I loved her so much.

789
I loved her more than anyone or anything.

790
And then I let her out of my sight and she was gone.

791
And I became myself again.

792
A self I never cared for.

793
Until you.

794
See, you remind me of her.

795
Her heart. Her spirit.

796
But now you, too, have gone.

797
You both deserved better, and I'm so sorry I failed you.

798
I'm so sorry.

799
But you'll be a queen in heaven now

800
and sit among the angels.

801
She died for us!

802
For our cause!

803
We cannot just hide behind these walls

804
and watch this land die with her!

805
Your grief clouds your judgment, my son

806
My grief makes me see clearer, Father.

807
My duty is to protect those people who come to me for help.

808
I will defend them to the last drop of my blood,

809
but I will not abandon these walls.

810
The spell is lifted.

811
Death has favored you.

812
Death favors no man.

813
We must ride

814
like thundering waves under the tattered battle flag of my father.

815
You must rest.

816
We have rested long enough.

817
Frost to fire and fire to frost.

818
Iron will melt.

819
But it will writhe inside of itself!

820
All these years

821
all I've known is darkness.

822
But I have never seen a brighter light than when my eyes just opened.

823
And I know that light burns in all of you!

824
Those embers

825
must turn to flame.

826
Iron into sword!

827
I will become your weapon!

828
Forged by the fierce fire

829
that I know is in your hearts!

830
For I have seen what she sees.

831
I know what she knows.

832
I can kill her.

833
And I'd rather die today

834
than live another day of this death!

835
And who will ride with me?

836
Who will be my brother?

837
Aye!

838
Farewell, Princess.

839
Where are they?

840
Amassed on the cliffs.

841
Their numbers have swollen.

842
They say the King's standard flies again.

843
Then let them come.

844
And let them break their skulls on these stone walls

845
and bring me my prize.

846
My lord,

847
we only have a few hours before the tide comes in.

848
Not long enough to breach the castle walls.

849
Is there no other way in?

850
There is another way.

851
Hi-ho, lads, it's off to work.

852
If he starts whistling, I'll smash his face in.

853
Yes.

854
We're promised gold and what do we get?

855
Poo!

856
How low has the dwarf race sunk?

857
That looks like one of mine.

858
BEITHI Hold this!

859
All right.

860
The gatehouse is 50 yards to the right.

861
And there's a whole army out there.

862
Six dwarves against an army?

863
I like them odds.

864
We must ride now. The portcullis will be open.

865
So, you're back from the dead and instigating the masses.

866
You look very fetching in mail.

867
We ride!

868
All right. We move as one.

869
After you.

870
BEITHI Hey, QO, 90, 9°

871
Sorry.

872
What's happening, Coll?

873
They're on the beach!

874
Release!

875
Ready! Release!

876
Release!

877
Go, 90, 90!

878
The summit's breached!

879
Back here, lads! Come on!

880
Get back to it!

881
Pull! Nion, get on that rope!

882
Come on! Go on!

883
Quert!

884
It's a massacre down there!

885
Gort, on that rope!

886
We must turn back!

887
No! I gave them my word!

888
It's over! Get on now!

889
She's moving.

890
You done it, lads!

891
Charge!

892
Ya!

893
Form! Form!

894
William!

895
Come and avenge your father

896
who was too weak to raise his sword.

897
Ah.

898
Go on.

899
Watch them die.

900
How does it feel,

901
knowing you were the one who led them to their deaths?

902
You see?

903
We're not that different, are we?

904
I'm everything you're not.

905
You cannot defeat me!

906
I've lived too many lives.

907
Ravaged entire kingdoms.

908
I have been given powers that you could not even fathom!

909
I will never stop.

910
Never

911
I will give this wretched world

912
the queen it deserves.

913
By fairest blood, it is done!

914
And only by fairest blood isitundone.

915
You can't have my heart.

916
In the name of all that is good and just in this land

917
I crown you queen.

918
Hail to the Queen!

919
Hail to the Queen!

920
Hail to the Queen!

921
Hail to the Queen!

922
Hail to the Queen!

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