"Despise infantry if you must. Crush them underfoot, by all means. But do not ignore them. Battlefields are littered with the wreckage of Titans whose crews ignored infantry."
— Grand Master Ferromort of Division Reductor, Warhammer 40,000
"It's like David and Goliath, but this time, David won!"
— Homer Simpson, The Simpsons
"Nobody roots for Goliath."
Skitter: You’re planning to make threats?
Alexandria: Threats is the wrong word. But English is a limited language in some ways. There’s really no word to articulate what I mean. A threat with a measure of inevitability to it. A promise? Too feeble. People break promises too often. A curse? A malediction? Too… magical. An oath? The connotations are wrong. When I say I’ll do something, I make it happen.
"Prodigious size alone does not dissuade the sharpened blade."
— The Ancestor, Darkest Dungeon
Suddenly it was Andy who had the upper hand. It was Hadley who had the gun on his hip and the billy in his hand, Hadley who had his friend Greg Stammas behind him and the whole prison administration behind Stammas, the whole power of the state behind that, but all at once in the golden sunshine it didn't matter, and I felt my heart leap up in my chest as it never had since the truck drove me and four others through the gate back in 1938 and I stepped out into the exercise yard.