History Quotes / ConanTheBarbarian

1st Jan '15 7:23:44 PM nombretomado
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-->-- The Wizard (MakoIwamatsu) showering the main page quote with [[LargeHam Large Amounts of Ham]].

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-->-- The Wizard (MakoIwamatsu) ([[{{Creator/Mako}} Mako Iwamatsu]]) showering the main page quote with [[LargeHam Large Amounts of Ham]].
12th Jul '14 5:55:40 PM Vox
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->"Crom, I have never prayed to you before. I have no tongue for it. No one, not even you, will remember if we were good men or bad, why we fought, or why we died. No, all that matters is that two stood against many, that's what's important. Valor pleases you, Crom, so grant me one request. Grant me REVENGE! And if you do not listen, then the ''hell'' with you!"

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->"Crom, I have never prayed to you before. I have no tongue for it. No one, not even you, will remember if we were good men or bad, why we fought, or why we died. No, all that matters is that two stood against many, that's what's important. Valor pleases you, Crom, so grant me one request. Grant me REVENGE! And if you do not listen, then the to ''hell'' with you!"
9th Jul '12 6:12:29 AM TSBasilisk
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->"Crom, I have never prayed to you before. I have no tongue for it. No one, not even you, will remember if we were good men or bad. Why we fought, and why we died. All that matters is that today, two stood against many. Valor pleases you Crom, so grant me this one request. Grant me revenge! And if you do not listen, then to '''hell''' with you!"

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->"Crom, I have never prayed to you before. I have no tongue for it. No one, not even you, will remember if we were good men or bad. Why bad, why we fought, and or why we died. All No, all that matters is that today, two stood against many. many, that's what's important. Valor pleases you you, Crom, so grant me this one request. Grant me revenge! REVENGE! And if you do not listen, then to '''hell''' the ''hell'' with you!"



->He’s a fighter, born on the battlefield. To him, combat’s a way of life. It’s all he’s ever known, all he ever wants to know! He’s no soldier who was taught to fight. To him fighting’s an instinct, it’s a part of him. Like his legs, his arms, his chest, his bull neck.

->And believe me, he don’t take it from nobody. He’ll fight man, beast, devil or god.

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->He’s ->Heís a fighter, born on the battlefield. To him, combat’s combatís a way of life. It’s Itís all he’s heís ever known, all he ever wants to know! He’s Heís no soldier who was taught to fight. To him fighting’s fightingís an instinct, it’s itís a part of him. Like his legs, his arms, his chest, his bull neck.

->And believe me, he don’t donít take it from nobody. He’ll Heíll fight man, beast, devil or god.
17th Jun '12 12:08:04 PM FELH2
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-->-- Illustrating how the original Conan was not DumbMuscle, a passage from ''Literature/{{Queen of the Black Coast}}'' where Conan explains how he came to seek a fast boat out of town.

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-->-- Illustrating how the original Conan was not DumbMuscle, a passage from ''Literature/{{Queen of the Black Coast}}'' ''Literature/QueenOfTheBlackCoast'' where Conan explains how he came to seek a fast boat out of town. town.



-->-- Conan (ArnoldSchwarzenegger), ''Conan the Barbarian'' (1982)

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-->-- Conan (ArnoldSchwarzenegger), (Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger), ''Conan the Barbarian'' (1982)



-->-- The original Conan explains Cimmerian religion, ''Literature/{{Queen of the Black Coast}}''

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-->-- The original Conan explains Cimmerian religion, ''Literature/{{Queen of the Black Coast}}''''Literature/QueenOfTheBlackCoast''




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-->-- the original Conan talks about his idea of what is best in life, ''Literature/{{Queen of the Black Coast}}''

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-->-- the original Conan talks about his idea of what is best in life, ''Literature/{{Queen of the Black Coast}}''''Literature/QueenOfTheBlackCoast''



->"Conan is the damnedest bastard that ever was.

->He got a long black mane of hair, crystal blue eyes.

->He’s a fighter, born on the battlefield. To him, combat’s a way of life. It’s all he’s ever known, all he ever wants to know! He’s no soldier who was taught to fight. To him fighting’s an instinct, it’s a part of him. Like his legs, his arms, his chest, his bull neck.

->And believe me, he don’t take it from nobody. He’ll fight man, beast, devil or god.

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->"Conan is the damnedest bastard that ever was.

was.

->He got a long black mane of hair, crystal blue eyes.

eyes.

->He’s a fighter, born on the battlefield. To him, combat’s a way of life. It’s all he’s ever known, all he ever wants to know! He’s no soldier who was taught to fight. To him fighting’s an instinct, it’s a part of him. Like his legs, his arms, his chest, his bull neck.

neck.

->And believe me, he don’t take it from nobody. He’ll fight man, beast, devil or god.
god.



-->-- Robert E. Howard (Vincent D'Onofrio) describing Conan in ''The Whole Wide World'', a movie about his relationship with Novalyne Price (ReneeZellweger).

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-->-- Robert E. Howard (Vincent D'Onofrio) describing Conan in ''The Whole Wide World'', a movie about his relationship with Novalyne Price (ReneeZellweger).
16th May '12 1:41:39 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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-->-- Arnold Conan, quoting Genghis Khan

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-->-- Arnold Conan, [[BeamMeUpScotty supposedly]] quoting Genghis Khan



-->-- {{Cracked}}.com, [[http://www.cracked.com/funny-497-conan-barbarian/ paraphrasing]] the main-page quote

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-->-- {{Cracked}}.Website/{{Cracked}}.com, [[http://www.cracked.com/funny-497-conan-barbarian/ paraphrasing]] the main-page quote



->Heís a fighter, born on the battlefield. To him, combatís a way of life. Itís all heís ever known, all he ever wants to know! Heís no soldier who was taught to fight. To him fightingís an instinct, itís a part of him. Like his legs, his arms, his chest, his bull neck.

->And believe me, he donít take it from nobody. Heíll fight man, beast, devil or god.

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->Heís ->He’s a fighter, born on the battlefield. To him, combatís combat’s a way of life. Itís It’s all heís he’s ever known, all he ever wants to know! Heís He’s no soldier who was taught to fight. To him fightingís fighting’s an instinct, itís it’s a part of him. Like his legs, his arms, his chest, his bull neck.

->And believe me, he donít don’t take it from nobody. Heíll He’ll fight man, beast, devil or god.
6th May '12 4:31:58 PM Goldfritha
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-->-- Illustrating how the original Conan was not DumbMuscle, a passage from ''Queen of the Black Coast'' where Conan explains how he came to seek a fast boat out of town.

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-->-- Illustrating how the original Conan was not DumbMuscle, a passage from ''Queen ''Literature/{{Queen of the Black Coast'' Coast}}'' where Conan explains how he came to seek a fast boat out of town.



-->-- The original Conan explains Cimmerian religion, ''Queen of the Black Coast''

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-->-- The original Conan explains Cimmerian religion, ''Queen ''Literature/{{Queen of the Black Coast''Coast}}''



-->-- the original Conan talks about his idea of what is best in life, ''Queen of the Black Coast''

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-->-- the original Conan talks about his idea of what is best in life, ''Queen ''Literature/{{Queen of the Black Coast''Coast}}''
17th Apr '12 9:22:30 PM TwoGunAngel
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-> "But I choked my ire and held my peace, and the judge squalled that I had shown contempt for the court, and that I should be hurled into a dungeon to rot until I betrayed my friend. So then, seeing they were all mad, I drew my sword and cleft the judge's skull; then I cut my way out of the court, and seeing the high constable's stallion tied near by, I rode for the wharfs, where I thought to find a ship bound for foreign parts."

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-> "But But I choked my ire and held my peace, and the judge squalled that I had shown contempt for the court, and that I should be hurled into a dungeon to rot until I betrayed my friend. So then, seeing they were all mad, I drew my sword and cleft the judge's skull; then I cut my way out of the court, and seeing the high constable's stallion tied near by, I rode for the wharfs, where I thought to find a ship bound for foreign parts."
17th Apr '12 9:21:58 PM TwoGunAngel
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-> "Well, last night in a tavern, a captain in the king's guard offered violence to the sweetheart of a young soldier, who naturally ran him through. But it seems there is some cursed law against killing guardsmen, and the boy and his girl fled away. It was bruited about that I was seen with them, and so today I was hauled into court, and a judge asked me where the lad had gone. I replied that since he was a friend of mine, I could not betray him. Then the court waxed wroth, and the judge talked a great deal about my duty to the state, and society, and other things I did not understand, and bade me tell where my friend had flown.''

-> By this time I was becoming wrathful myself, for I had explained my position. But I choked my ire and held my peace, and the judge squalled that I had shown contempt for the court, and that I should be hurled into a dungeon to rot until I betrayed my friend. So then, seeing they were all mad, I drew my sword and cleft the judge's skull; then I cut my way out of the court, and seeing the high constable's stallion tied near by, I rode for the wharfs, where I thought to find a ship bound for foreign parts."

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-> "Well, last night in a tavern, a captain in the king's guard offered violence to the sweetheart of a young soldier, who naturally ran him through. But it seems there is some cursed law against killing guardsmen, and the boy and his girl fled away. It was bruited about that I was seen with them, and so today I was hauled haled into court, and a judge asked me where the lad had gone. I replied that since he was a friend of mine, I could not betray him. Then the court waxed wroth, and the judge talked a great deal about my duty to the state, and society, and other things I did not understand, and bade me tell where my friend had flown.''

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By this time I was becoming wrathful myself, for I had explained my position. But position.

-> "But
I choked my ire and held my peace, and the judge squalled that I had shown contempt for the court, and that I should be hurled into a dungeon to rot until I betrayed my friend. So then, seeing they were all mad, I drew my sword and cleft the judge's skull; then I cut my way out of the court, and seeing the high constable's stallion tied near by, I rode for the wharfs, where I thought to find a ship bound for foreign parts."
17th Apr '12 9:16:31 PM TwoGunAngel
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-> "Well, last night in a tavern, a captain in the king's guard offered violence to the sweetheart of a young soldier, who naturally ran him through. But it seems there is some cursed law against killing guardsmen, and the boy and his girl fled away. It was bruited about that I was seen with them, and so today I was haled into court, and a judge asked me where the lad had gone. I replied that since he was a friend of mine, I could not betray him. Then the court waxed wrath, and the judge talked a great deal about my duty to the state, and society, and other things I did not understand, and bade me tell where my friend had flown.''

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-> "Well, last night in a tavern, a captain in the king's guard offered violence to the sweetheart of a young soldier, who naturally ran him through. But it seems there is some cursed law against killing guardsmen, and the boy and his girl fled away. It was bruited about that I was seen with them, and so today I was haled hauled into court, and a judge asked me where the lad had gone. I replied that since he was a friend of mine, I could not betray him. Then the court waxed wrath, wroth, and the judge talked a great deal about my duty to the state, and society, and other things I did not understand, and bade me tell where my friend had flown.''
24th Jan '12 9:05:17 PM sithlordservo
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->'''Conan:''' To crush your enemies, to have them driven before you, and to hear the lamentation of their women.

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->'''Conan:''' To crush Crush your enemies, to have see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentation of their the women.
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