Topic: Soul Eater, Excalibur! Quotes!
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Sun 06/23/13 02:15 PM
"Excalibur! Excalibur! From United Kingdom! I'm looking for heaven! I'm going to California!"

"FOOL! As someone who is unaware of the vital role that singing has played in the cultural history of mankind you are in no position to question me. Remember that the next time you stop to consider your place in this world. You do not possess the power to deny a singer his song. Do you understand what I'm telling you?"

"My mornings begin with a cup of coffee with cream at the cafe. My afternoon begins with hot tea with two lumps of sugar. And my evenings... In the evening I change into my pajamas."

"Nothing beats a cup of herbal tea in the morning."

"FOOLS!"

"The taller the chefs hat the greater the chef.... FOOLS! .... Who said I was a chef?!"

"Thus at long last the fighting between the rival gangs had ended! To sum up this leads us to number 778 of the 1,000 provisions you must observe. Never mail a letter without the return address or the proper postage. And don't call collect."

"Before becoming my Meister there is a list of 1,000 provisions you must peruse. Be sure to look through all of them, they're important. I greatly look forward to your participation in number 452 the five hour story telling party."

"Hey! Hold on, come back! I'll tell you what! I can lower those 1,000 provisions down to 800, just as long as you take part in the five hour story telling party."

"Number 58 of the 1,000 provisions I would like you to observe, never talk to me while I'm humming to myself. This is an important provision do you understand?"

"A symphony can not be created using common sense and probabilities.It is already written in the fate of the composer. No... that's not it. A symphony is the inevitable result of a bad childhood, deafness, and too many beans eaten after a certain time of day."

"Humming and the nightly news share a very tight connection indeed."

"FOOL! Those in power have the responsiblity to maintain honor!"

"Number 202. Only the grandest of toilets is acceptable!"

"No autographs!"


I love Excalibur from Soul Eater!
I'd totally be his Meister!
He is awesome!

:smile:

Does anyone else on here watch Soul Eater? what

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Sun 06/23/13 02:27 PM
Edited by esebulldog on Sun 06/23/13 02:28 PM
thought this was a different excalibur

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Sun 06/23/13 02:31 PM
Edited by MoonsDragonLionWolf on Sun 06/23/13 02:31 PM
FOOL!
Lol just kidding.
However yes this is a different Excalibur.
The Excalibur from Soul Eater is a sword though that also is a bird looking type creature.

:smile:

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Sun 06/23/13 03:08 PM
Merlin: You brought me back. Your love brought me back. Back to where you are now. In the land of dreams.
Arthur: Are you a dream, Merlin?
Merlin: [softly] A dream to some.
[Yelling]
Merlin: A nightmare to others.

Morgana: Your eyes never leave me, Merlin.
Merlin: Can't I acknowledge beauty?
Morgana: Can't you acknowledge... love? Perhaps you ache for what you've never known.
Merlin: Perhaps you lust for what you cannot have.

The Charm of Making
According to linguist Michael Everson, the "Charm of Making" that Merlin speaks to invoke the dragon is an invention, there being no attested source for the charm. Everson reconstructs the text as Old Irish. The phonetic transcription of the charm as spoken in the film is [aˈnaːl naθˈrax, uːrθ vaːs beˈθʌd, doxˈjeːl ˈdjenveː]. Although the pronunciation in the film has little relation to how the text would actually be pronounced in Irish, the most likely interpretation of the spoken words, as Old Irish text is:
Anál nathrach,
orth’ bháis’s bethad,
do chél dénmha
In modern English, this can be translated as:
Serpent's breath,
charm of death and life,
thy omen of making.

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Sun 06/23/13 05:08 PM
QUOTE:

Merlin: You brought me back. Your love brought me back. Back to where you are now. In the land of dreams.
Arthur: Are you a dream, Merlin?
Merlin: [softly] A dream to some.
[Yelling]
Merlin: A nightmare to others.

Morgana: Your eyes never leave me, Merlin.
Merlin: Can't I acknowledge beauty?
Morgana: Can't you acknowledge... love? Perhaps you ache for what you've never known.
Merlin: Perhaps you lust for what you cannot have.

The Charm of Making
According to linguist Michael Everson, the "Charm of Making" that Merlin speaks to invoke the dragon is an invention, there being no attested source for the charm. Everson reconstructs the text as Old Irish. The phonetic transcription of the charm as spoken in the film is [aˈnaːl naθˈrax, uːrθ vaːs beˈθʌd, doxˈjeːl ˈdjenveː]. Although the pronunciation in the film has little relation to how the text would actually be pronounced in Irish, the most likely interpretation of the spoken words, as Old Irish text is:
Anál nathrach,
orth’ bháis’s bethad,
do chél dénmha
In modern English, this can be translated as:
Serpent's breath,
charm of death and life,
thy omen of making.


Totally unrelated to my original post. whoa

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Sun 06/23/13 05:18 PM
Edited by MoonsDragonLionWolf on Sun 06/23/13 05:19 PM





Excalibur!

Non weapon form and weapon form!

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