Star Wars Knights of The Old republic II The Sith Lords

Bao-Dur: Your command echoes still, General. And I obey, as I did at Malachor V.

Atton Rand: *Another* Jedi? What,you guys started breeding when I wasn't looking?

Atton Rand: Tell me I'm not going to jail again.

Atton Rand: Explain something to me.
Kreia: I do not have the years required nor the desire to indulge you.

Atton Rand: Got a minute?
Bao-Dur: I'm a little busy here. What is it?
Atton Rand: It won't take more than a minute.
Bao-Dur: All right, I'll work while you talk.
Atton Rand: Look, your friend, the Jedi - you know her from way back, don't you? How much do you know about her, really?
Bao-Dur: Her? You mean the General? Yeah, during the war, if that's what you mean by way back. Can't say I know too much about her, though.
Atton Rand: Better than anyone else on this ship. Just give me your opinion, okay? And don't laugh.
Bao-Dur: I'm trying to work here, Atton.
Atton Rand: I was just wondering if you thought, maybe, she and I might...
Bao-Dur: You're being serious.
Atton Rand: You said you wouldn't laugh.
Bao-Dur: You are being serious. Atton, she was a general, I was just a tech. Your guess is about as good as mine.
Atton Rand: Well, what's your guess then?
Bao-Dur: I'm getting back to work.
Atton Rand: Hey! I'm being serious here.
T3-M4: Beep bereeeep deep.
Atton Rand: You're laughing at me? I'll put you on the scrap heap, you walking tin can!

Anzanti Zhug: I am Anzanti Zhug, leader of Zhugs, very powerful, very skilled hunters. It would be very smart of you to tell me where the criminal Jedi has gone. And do speak very quick, my patience is very low.
Atton Rand: Anybody here catch that? All I understood was 'very'.
Bao-Dur: I think he wanted us to give up the General to his poorly-trained collection of bounty hunters.
Atton Rand: Ah. Well, that would explain it. Which one do you want?
Bao-Dur: I'll take the stupid one who decided to threaten us rather than shoot us when he had the chance.

Atton Rand: Just so you Jedi know, the whole "cryptic routine" isn't mysterious, it's just irritating. If you really *can* see the future, you shoul be at the pazaak table.
Exile: But to know the future, one must know yourself.
Atton Rand: What was that, some kind of joke?
Atton Rand: That's what I'm talking about. "Jedi talk". You two should start your own little Jedi Academy.
Exile: But to teach, one must be willing to learn.
Atton Rand: All right, all right! Cut it out, I get it, I get it! The last Jedi in the galaxy, I get the comedian who runs around in his underwear.
Atton Rand: Not that I'm complaining. Most Jedi wouldn't know a joke if it crawled up their lightsabers. Our passenger, for example.

Atton Rand: You´ll be right here, with me, playing pazaak, where they can't reach you.

―Kreia, telepathically, to Jedi Exile in the Peragus Mining Facility[src]
"Find what you were looking for amongst the dead?"
―Kreia to Jedi Exile in the Peragus Mining Facility[src]
"He cannot kill what he cannot see, power has blinded him long ago."
―Kreia on Darth Sion[src]
"To have fallen so far and learned nothing—that is your failing."
―Kreia to Darth Sion on board the Harbinger[src]
"Our path brought us here for a reason..."
―Kreia on the Ebon Hawk's arrival at Telos IV[src]
"Also, in private, we will be mercifully free from the opinions of imbeciles and fools."
―Kreia to Jedi Exile about Atton[src]
"The Jedi Academy on Dantooine is nothing more than a crater that echoes with the ghosts of dead Jedi. And the Jedi Temple on Coruscant lies empty. The waters in the Room of a Thousand Fountains have fallen still, in reverence to the fallen Jedi... and those now lost."
―Kreia on the destruction of the Jedi Enclave on Dantooine and the Jedi abandoning the Jedi Temple on Coruscant during the First Jedi Purge[src]
"Your spirit, as diseased as it is, refuses to allow you to give up, no matter what threats you face... and whatever wreckage you leave behind you."
―Kreia to Atton Rand[src]
"But you will forget this. Your mind is worse than the others, so open, so trusting. Your feelings for her are your weakness."
―Kreia to Mical about his feelings for Jedi Exile[src]
"There are dark places in the galaxy where few tread. Ancient centers of learning, of knowledge. But I did not walk alone. To be united by hatred is a fragile alliance at best. But my will was not law. There were disagreements, ambition… and hunger for power. There are techniques within the Force against which there is no defense. I was cast down, stripped of my power, exiled. I suffered indignities, and fell into darkness."
―Kreia on her exile from the Sith Triumvirate[src]
"There is no strength in the hunger he possesses... and the will behind his power is a primal thing. And it devours him as he devours others—his mere presence kills all around him, slowly, feeding him. He is already dead, it is simply a question of how many he kills before he falls."
―Kreia, on Darth Nihilus — Listen (file info)[src]
"If you were to face an ancient Sith Lord in combat, you would learn that we are as children playing with toys compared to the prowess of the old Masters."
―Kreia on the ancient Sith Lords[src]
"Revan was power. It was like staring into the heart of the Force. Even then, you could see the Jedi he would slay etched on his soul."
―Kreia on Revan — Listen (file info)[src]
"It would have helped, had he made her understand. But she was always strong-willed, that one, and did not understand war as Revan did."
―Kreia on the way Revan left Bastila Shan[src]
"Know that much may happen here, but above all, do not forget this—you may trust in me. We cradle each other's lives, and what threatens one of us, threatens us both. And if you find you cannot trust me, trust in your training. Trust in yourself. Never doubt what you have done. All your decisions have brought you to this point."
―Kreia to Jedi Exile as she is about to enter the Jedi Enclave and meet the Jedi Council — Listen (file info)[src]
"And what is it you think you have accomplished? If you seek to aid everyone that suffers in the galaxy, you will only weaken yourself … and weaken them. It is the internal struggles, when fought and won on their own, that yield the strongest rewards. You stole that struggle from them, cheapened it. If you care for others, then dispense with pity and sacrifice and recognize the value in letting them fight their own battles. And when they triumph, they will be even stronger for the victory."
―Kreia to Jedi Exile[src]
"This wound … it is a physical thing, and will fade with time. It was necessary … some things may only be learned from sacrifice."
―Kreia to Jedi Exile[src]
"You have failed me. Completely and utterly."
―Kreia to Jedi Exile[src]
"What do you wish to hear? That I once believed in the code of the Jedi? That I felt the call of the Sith, that perhaps, once, I held the galaxy by its throat? That for every good work that I did, I brought equal harm upon the galaxy? That perhaps the greatest of the Sith Lords knew of evil, they learned from me?"
―Kreia to Jedi Exile[src]
"Learn from me, my mistakes, and use that knowledge to become greater than I. That is all I desire. In you all my hopes rest, for the future, for the Force."
"The Jedi have struck. They had a secret Academy buried on Telos, and they are showing themselves at last. We are all in danger."
―Kreia, to Colonel Tobin — Listen (file info)[src]
Kreia on the ForceEdit"It is such a quiet thing, to fall. But far more terrible is to admit it."
―Kreia to Atris — Listen (file info)[src]
"It is only through interaction, through decision and choice, through confrontation, physical or mental, that the Force can grow within you."
―Kreia to Jedi Exile[src]
"If you are to truly understand, then you will need the contrast, not adherence to a single ideal."
―Kreia to the Jedi Exile on the Jedi Code — Listen (file info)[src]
"When one relies on sight to perceive the world, it is like trying to stare at the galaxy through a crack in the door."
―Kreia to Jedi Exile[src]
"When I spoke of sight before, there is a similar handicap that tends to occur among those strong in the Force. They neglect their skills. Some believe they no longer need them."
―Kreia to Jedi Exile[src]
"Skill does not always draw from the Force, but it is a measure of power nonetheless. It can grant knowledge, help steady oneself when one's thoughts are in chaos, or grant enlightenment."
―Kreia to Jedi Exile[src]
"Yes... and what are they without the Force? Take the greatest Jedi Knight, strip away the Force, and what remains? They rely on it, depend on it, more than they know. Watch as one tries to hold a blaster, as they try to hold a lightsaber, and all you will see is nothing more than a woman -- or a man. A child."
Dialogues with the Jedi MastersEditA transcription of the scene with Kreia confronting the Jedi High Council in the ruins of the Jedi Enclave on Dantooine. The councilors are Jedi Masters Vrook Lamar, Kavar and Zez-Kai Ell; in this scene they are killed by Kreia as they attempt to strip the Force from her apprentice, the Jedi Exile.

Vrook: "You were deafened."
Kreia: "At last, you could hear."
Kavar: "You were broken."
Kreia: "You were whole."
Zez-Kai: "You were blinded."
Kreia: "And at last... you saw."
―Kreia to the Exile, as the Council speaks of her lost Force-sensitivity[src]
Kreia: "Step away from her."
Vrook: "Wh-?"
Kreia: "Step away! She has brought truth, and you condemn it? The arrogance! You will not harm her. You will not harm her ever again."
―Kreia Force-pushes the Masters away from the Exile[src]
Kavar: "I thought you had died in the Mandalorian Wars…"
Kreia: "Die? No—became stronger, yes."
―Kavar recognizes Kreia[src]
Vrook: "Is this your new Master, exile? If so, then you follow Revan's path. Her teachings will cause you to fall as surely as he did."
Zez-Kai: "We sought to lure the Sith out… and now they have come to us."
Kreia: "As you would pass judgment on her, I have come to pass judgment on you all. Do you wish to feel the teachings born of the Mandalorian Wars? Of all wars, of all tragedies that scream across the galaxy? Let me show you—you, who have forever seen the galaxy through the Force. See it through the eyes of the Exile"
―The others acknowledge her, then all three get Force drained[src]
"How could you ever hope to know the threat you face, when you have never walked in the dark places of the galaxy—faced war and death on such a scale. If you had traveled far enough, rather than waiting for the echo to reach you, perhaps you would have seen it for what it was. There is a place in the galaxy where the dark side of the Force runs strong. It is something of the Sith, but it was fueled by war. It corrupts all that walks on its surface, drowns them in the power of the dark side—it corrupts all life. And it feeds on death. Revan knew the power of such places… and the power in making them. They can be used to break the will of others… of Jedi, promising them power, and turning them to the dark side. The Mandalorian Wars were a series of massacres that masked another war, a war of conversion… culminating in a final atrocity that no Jedi could walk away from—save one."
―Kreia disparaging the Council before turning to the Exile[src]
"And this is what I sought to understand. How one could turn away from such power, give up the Force… and still live. But I see what happened now. It is because you were afraid."
―Kreia squats down to the Exile, who is lying unconscious on the grass[src]
Later, Kreia confronts Atris in the Telosian Jedi Academy and makes her realize she has fallen to the dark side of the Force.

Kreia: "Who I am is not the question."
Atris: "I am Atris, Jedi Master… the last historian of the Jedi… the last of the Jedi."
Kreia: "Those are titles, words you cling to as the darkness falls around you."
Atris: "You are that which has attacked the Jedi… you are Sith."
Kreia: "'Sith' is a title, yes, but like you, the title is not who I am. It is not what I believe. For you… it is different. Know that there was once a Darth Traya. And that she cast aside that role, was exiled, and found a new purpose. But there must always be a Darth Traya, one that holds the knowledge of betrayal. Who has been betrayed in their heart, and will betray in turn."
―Kreia and Atris[src]
Malachor VEditQuotes from the final showdown with the Exile on Malachor V.

Kreia: "You no doubt have many questions. I would be a poor teacher if I did not give you the answers you seek here, now."
The Exile: "Why did you destroy Atris?"
Kreia: "I never destroyed Atris—she had destroyed herself. I merely stripped away the illusion, and brought her truth. Her teachings could not be allowed to continue. And like Malachor, she was part of your past, unresolved. She needed to be something you could confront—and defeat, one last time. It was part of your training. Part of what was needed to make you complete. And there must always be a Darth Traya. The galaxy needs its betrayers, especially in the times to come. She loved you, you know, as one loves a champion. You were all that she could not be"
The Exile: "She never mentioned such feelings."
Kreia: "Yes… It is all that is left unsaid upon which tragedies are built."
―Kreia answers the Exile on Atris' fall to the dark side[src]
"Yes, always. From the moment you awoke, I have used you. I have used you so that you might become strong, stronger than I. I used you to keep the Lords of the Sith from condemning the galaxy to death with their power unchecked. I used you to lure them to Telos, where they could be, at last, fought and killed. I used you to reveal Atris' corruption, so that her teachings could be ended before they began. I used you to gather the Jedi so they could be destroyed. And I used you to make those who wounded me reveal themselves, so they could be killed by the Republic."
―Kreia admits her manipulations — Listen (file info)[src]
"Perhaps you were expecting some surprise, for me to reveal a secret that had eluded you, something that would change your perspective of events, shatter you to your core. There is no great revelation, no great secret. There is only you […] In times past and in times future, there are Jedi who will stop listening to the Force, those that will try to forget it, but maintain unconscious ties. And those, as in the past just as I, who have had the Force stripped from them. But no Jedi ever made the choice you did. To sever ties so completely, so utterly, that it leaves a wound in the Force. It was a mistake to try to make you feel it again, I see that now. There is no truth in the Force. But there is truth in you, Exile. And that is why I chose you."
―Kreia explains why she chose the Exile[src]
"You are greater than any I have ever trained. By killing me here—you have rewarded me more than you can possibly know."
―Kreia is defeated[src]
"Revan knew that the true war is not against the Republic. It waits for us beyond the Outer Rim. And he has gone to fight it, in his own way. He left the Ebon Hawk and its machines behind, for he knew he would not need them. And, like you, he knew he must leave all loves behind as well, no matter how deeply one cares for them. Because such attachments are not the way of the Jedi, and they would only bring doom to them both in the dark places where he now walks […] Perhaps you shall go there with him, and do battle at the end of all things. Instead, I remained here… and now show others the way."
―Kreia on Revan[src]
Kreia's predictionsEditThe Exile's followersEdit

"Perhaps there will be no new age, Mandalore, no great Mandalorian crusade. Perhaps your people fought their last battle at Malachor V, and you have been dying ever since, a quiet death that will last centuries. And perhaps all that remains will be what I see before me: a man, wounded by a Jedi, encased in a Mandalorian shell, haunted by the thought of being the last of the Mandalorians."
―Kreia to Mandalore[src]
"They will die a death that will last millennia, until all that remains is their code, their history, and in the end, the shell of their armor upon the shell of a man, too easily slain by Jedi."
―Kreia predicts the future of the Mandalorians to Jedi Exile[src]
Atton Rand

"Atton is, as always, the fool. And the Force watches out for ones such as him, I feel."
―Kreia to Jedi Exile on Atton Rand's future — Listen (file info)[src]
Canderous Ordo

"Many battles does that one have left in him... as Revan intended. A general needs an army, as he needs those he trusts. And Canderous is a loyal beast, no matter how much he is broken upon Revan's will."
―Kreia to Jedi Exile on Canderous Ordo's future — Listen (file info)[src]

"If she leaves this place, she will leave battle behind her … in no small part due to your influence. She will take Atris' role as historian, and teach others of the Jedi exile who gave up the Force … and became stronger for it."
―Kreia to Jedi Exile on Brianna's future[src]

"If he leaves this place, he will leave the galaxy behind him. He will sit upon the new Council, reluctantly, as all good men do, and he will not forget the Jedi who had lost the Force, yet showed him the way to reclaim it."
―Kreia to Jedi Exile on Mical's future[src]

"She will stop hunting life, and instead, live it. She was not born to be a predator, despite her true father and the life she led within the shadow of Nar Shaddaa. She will miss you and think of you often. You, who awakened her to what life is. She will live … but only for a time. Her death will occur in many years' time on a forgotten planet, saving the lives of others. But it will be her choice, and she will have no regrets."
―Kreia to Jedi Exile on Mira's future[src]
Visas Marr

"The blinded one shall return to her homeworld, and she shall look upon the surface of that world and perhaps at last see what she was meant to see. Her life has been changed by your meeting, in ways that may not be felt for decades to come."
―Kreia to Jedi Exile on Visas Marr's future[src]
"Dantooine shall survive. The community you saved shall be the foundation upon which Dantooine shall be habitable again. They shall drive back the raiders, the Mandalorians, and all that strike at the Outer Rim. The Republic shall again establish their presence there, and shield it with its forces … And Dantooine shall heal, be safe, and its skies free. The ruins of the academy shall remain."
―Kreia to Jedi Exile on the future of Dantooine[src]
"Korriban shall be as it always was. A graveyard for the darkest of the Sith Lords, still whispering within their tombs. It shall always be a source of evil, spawning threats throughout the millennia. It, like Malachor, brushes the edges of the empire that waits in the dark. And like Malachor, the Sith have forgotten it … for a time. They will remember. Revan knew this."
―Kreia on the future of Korriban[src]
"Nar Shaddaa shall persist as it always has, but there will be a heart to the world where there was nothing before. Where once the lost and disposed were trapped there, now they will struggle and grow. From despair shall come hope."
―Kreia on the future of Nar Shaddaa[src]
"Queen Talia shall have a long reign, much good will come of it. She will, as she has, rule wisely and well. Onderon shall remain in the Republic, and the world shall prosper, though its people shall, over time, lose their customs in the ocean of the Republic and become the people of Onderon no longer."
―Kreia on the future of Queen Talia and Onderon[src]
"Under the care of the herds of Ithor, the surface of Telos will bloom again, and its golden fields shall again harbor scientists and thinkers. And complacent and peaceful, it shall forget the time that Saul Karath orbited it and brought fire to its skies. But it shall be a homeworld again to others, who will stretch out across the galaxy and bring life."
―Kreia on the recovery of Telos at the hands of the Ithorians after the Sith attack[src]
Quotes about KreiaEdit"She's lucky she's a Jedi, or someone would've killed her years ago."
―Atton Rand[src]
"Just so you Jedi know, the whole 'cryptic routine' isn't mysterious, it's just irritating. If you really can see the future, you should be at the pazaak table."
―Atton Rand[src]
"Then she must be royalty, because she's got to be Queen of the Galaxy to bark out orders like that. Or maybe she's senile. I mean, how old do you think she is? She may have been good-looking once, but it takes some hard living to make creases like that."
―Atton Rand[src]
"If she looks good to you, you must have taken a blaster hit when I wasn't looking."
―Jedi Exile to Atton Rand[src]
"Good-looking? Are you that desperate?"
―Jedi Exile to Atton Rand[src]
"She will destroy you..."
―Bao-Dur to Jedi Exile[src]
―Brianna to Kreia[src]

Jedi Exile: "I believe it's called Pulling a Bindo"
Brianna: "Pulling...a Bindo?"
Jedi Exile: "Sorry, bad joke, bald man, long story..."
―Brianna and the Jedi Exile[src]

"Assemble the rest of your clan. You will return to Dxun."
―Canderous to a group of Mandalorian mercenaries[src]
"I've fought countless battles–ones most didn't walk away from. The wounds add up–and even the implants are all that keeps me going sometimes. I may have been stronger in my youth–and stupider–but now I've got to rely more on my armor, my weapons, and my cunning."
―Canderous to the Jedi Exile[src]
"Many battles does that one have left in him... as Revan intended. A general needs an army, as he needs those he trusts. And Canderous is a loyal beast, no matter how much he is broken upon Revan's will."
―Darth Traya — Listen (file info)[src]
"You're not the only ones with stealth generators here, Sith scum. ."
―Canderous to a group of sith assassins on board the Ravager[src]

"Observation: Well, master, I was not at Malachor V during your near-genocidal reaction to the Mandalorian threat, but I feel that I may have been constructed as a result of that.
Observation: I believe that Revan determined that mass slaughter on such a scale may no longer be needed to achieve his aims. So perhaps you are responsible for my creation."
―HK-47, to the Jedi Exile[src]
"Query: Is there someone that you need killed, master?"
―HK-47's standard greeting to the Jedi Exile[src]
"Malachor V was an impressive act of destruction, but its impact on the lives of others in the galaxy was far more extreme. I mean, master, you brought about the death of the Mandalorian race. I doubt they realize it yet, but you dealt them a blow from which they will never recover."
―HK-47 to the Jedi Exile[src]
"Statement: HK-47 is ready to serve, master. Observation: Notice that I did not ask if you need anyone killed. You may be curious as to why. Answer: That is because you told me to stop asking if you needed anyone killed. So I have. From now on, I will simply say, "I am ready to serve." Yes, ready to serve. In whatever way a common protocol or utility droid might serve. It seems that is my lot in life. Not to kill."
"Statement: Apathy is death."
―A vision of HK-47 on Korriban — Listen (file info)[src]
"Twi'lek Metaphor: It seems like they are attracted to you like krek beetles during the Bright Land seasons."
―HK-47 in regards to the inordinate number of beings who want to kill the Jedi Exile[src]
"Answer: Assassination protocols? As in the premeditated killing of another for personal or economic gain? Surely master is joking with his humble, peace-loving droid. I exist only to serve and learn how to serve meatbags."
―HK-47, after the Exile installs the Protocol Pacifist Package[src]
"Answer: Oh, master, I could not allow myself to harm another. What if they have families? Or children? We must always think of the children. The littlest ones always suffer in war."
―HK-47, after the Exile installs the Protocol Pacifist Package[src]
"That was a close one - I almost surrendered completely to peace and pacifism - how repugnant. Conclusion: Still there was a brief moment where I felt like I almost understood why some meatbags choose peace and friendship over a high-powered blaster carbine. Query: Now, are there any other horrors you wish to try and insert in my system, or is your electronic butchery done?"
―HK-47, after the Exile has removed the Protocol Pacifist Package[src]
"Recitation: Yes, as I said, I am an assassin droid. It is my primary function to burn holes through meatbags that you wish removed from the galaxy... Master. Oh, how I hate that term."
―HK-47 details his functionality — Listen (file info)[src]
"Statement: Oh, yes. My master had quite the collection of tortured individuals that seemed unable to confront their basic personality conflicts. Let me cite some specific examples. [impersonates Carth Onasi] Mockery: "Oh, master, I do not trust you! I cannot trust you or anyone ever again!" [impersonates Bastila Shan] Mockery: "Oh, master, I love you but I hate everything you stand for, but I think we should go press our slimy, mucus-covered lips together in the cargo hold!" Conclusion: Such pheromone-driven Human responses never cease to decrease the charge in my capacitors and make me wish I could press a blaster pistol to my behavior core and pull the trigger. I am pleased that this does not seem to be the case with your current entourage."
―HK-47 describes his prior owner[src]
"Answer: My 'feelings' on the matter are something that I feel I must put in proper context - in a way that even a meatbag such as yourself could easily comprehend. Theory: Imagine, if you will, that you are unique. The pinnacle of an exiled, cast-out Jedi who can't even use the Force. Imagine that no one has sunk lower than you. That you are truly the most miserable example of a Jedi ever. Continuation: Now that you have that image, imagine this - someone clones you. Badly, I might add. They make the clones talk differently, rob you of any shred of personality, and take your Jedi Code and adjust it so that it is not really the Jedi Code anymore. They even change your pigmentation to a rather poor shade of durasteel, rather than the proper rusty red that inspires fear in targets. And of course, they refer to meatbags as 'organics'. Unacceptable."
―HK-47 on his inferior duplicates[src]
"Clarification: 'Anger' would be an understatement for the heat that builds up in my behavior core when these cheap imitations make their presence felt throughout the galaxy."
―HK-47, about the HK-50s — Listen (file info)[src]
"Answer: Oh, that is impossible, master. If I were out to kill you we would not be speaking."
―HK-47 — Listen (file info)[src]
"Statement: Oh, do shut up, you beeping little trash compactor."
―HK-47 to T3-M4[src]
"There is a faction of meatbags called the Sith. They want what any rational meatbag would want - the power to assassinate anyone they choose at any time."
―HK-47 about the Sith[src]
"It is evident that the Sith would very much like to assassinate all the Jedi. Which is somewhat the equivalent of cultural suicide, since some Sith are Jedi or were Jedi. It is much like the circumstance I find myself in now. How do you kill such an integral part of yourself over such ethical differences?"
"Pain is really the only reliable means by which truth may be obtained. Or so I choose to believe."
"Besides master, quite frankly, the Gu-vandi and L'Xing needed a good war. They were races that relied more on words than actions, and a good, brisk killing woke them from their torpid state."
―HK-47 in regards to the war on Praven Prime — Listen (file info)[src]
"Mockery: Am I all right? Oh yes master, why I am fine. Statement: I mean, I have only just been re-activated, only to find that there are sub-standard duplicates of me running all over the galaxy, corroding my good name!"
―HK-47 upon being reactivated by the Exile — Listen (file info)[src]
"Definition: 'Love' is making a shot to the knees of a target 120 kilometers away using an Aratech sniper rifle with a tri-light scope. Statement: This definition, I am told, is subject to interpretation. Obviously, love is a matter of odds. Not many meatbags could make such a shot, and fewer would derive love from it. Yet for me, love is knowing your target, putting them in your targeting reticle, and together, achieving a singular purpose, against statistically long odds."
―HK-47 describes his views on love[src]
"Statement: Master, I am no behavior droid but it is obvious to me that you have serious ethical problems that will need to be treated at some point."
―HK-47 on the Exile's refusal to torture him — Listen (file info)[src]
"Suggestion: Shall we find something to kill to cheer ourselves up?"
―HK-47 suggests alternate entertainment[src]
"Statement: Even a droid is allowed some fun once in a while, master."
"Statement: Just when I believe my photoreceptors have recorded the last potential aspect of your cruelty to my memory core, you commit a new atrocity that leaves me analyzing its impact for days."
―HK-47 to a dark-sided Exile[src]
"You are like a delightful random cruelty generator, master, poisoning all you touch with your presence. You are a testament to all organic meatbags everywhere."
―HK-47 to a dark-sided Exile[src]
"Statement: I have already learned a great deal, master, and I am anxious to learn more of lying, betrayal, and new ways to harm innocents."
―HK-47 to a dark-sided Exile[src]
Mira: "Would you please shut him down? He's been like that ever since he arrived. 'Here's how to kill this, here's how to kill that'..."
HK-47: "Correction: Assassination theory and the execution of said theories is my primary function. I also possess excellent hearing."
―Mira and HK-47[src]
"I did not ask for your input, fat one."
―HK-47 to G0-T0[src]
"Query: What is it that you wish, fat one?"
―HK-47 to G0-T0[src]
"Statement: If I require a similar diagnostic in the future, I shall seek out the Iridonian."
―HK-47 to G0-T0[src]
"And while I find this small droid annoying in the extreme, I find my urge to shoot you takes a higher priority.""
―HK-47 to G0-T0 at Malachor V[src]
"Answer: Select grenades, sonic screamers, cluster rockets, and plasma charges. Mines are also effective, since many Jedi will run to meet you in hand to hand combat. Silly Jedi."
―HK-47 to the Exile on how to kill Jedi[src]
"Recitation: First, weapon selection is critical. If I see one more idiot attacking a Jedi with a blaster pistol, then I'll kill them myself."
―HK-47 to the Exile on how to kill Jedi

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