Quotes / Famed In-Story

Men of Harlech, on to glory
See your banner famed in story
Waves these buring words before ye,
"Britain scorns to yield!"
Men of Harlech

"Hail! generous youth, whom glory's sacred flame
Inspires, and animates to deeds of fame;"
George Gordon, Lord Byron

"Fame is the perfume of heroic deeds."

"Fame is a bee.
It has a song
It has a sting
Ah, too, it has a wing."

Montgomery! true, the common lot
Of mortals lies in Lethe's wave;
Yet some shall never be forgot,
Some shall exist beyond the grave.

"Unknown the region of his birth,"
The hero rolls the tide of war;
Yet not unknown his martial worth,
Which glares a meteor from afar.

His joy or grief, his weal or woe,
Perchance may 'scape the page of fame;
Yet nations, now unborn, will know
The record of his deathless name.
George Gordon, Lord Byron

"He lives in fame that died in virtue's cause."

Gandalf! If you had heard only a quarter of what I have heard about him, and I have heard very little of all there is to hear, you would be prepared for any sort of remarkable tale. Tales and adventures sprouted up all over the place wherever he went, in the most extraordinary fashion.

He is legend even among the Fiends, and few have seen him or spoken with him. Along with Lugoj, Voivode of Voivodes, it was he who freed the childer from their elders' sanguinary shackles. His mastery of blood sorcery is rivaled only by the Inner Council of the Tremere. Sabbat younglings dub him "the Flayer," "the Vivisectionist" and a host of other sobriquets, but elders among the Sabbat Fiends know him simply as Velya.
Vampire: The Masquerade - Children Of The Night

“Come on, she’s definitely a monster hunter or something.”
“Monsters? Come on, there’s no such thing. I haven’t seen a monster my whole life.”
“Well, I guess she’s freaking GOOD then, huh?! And yes, you have seen a monster before since WE ALL SAW THAT LION!”
“Lions aren’t monsters, Dan. Be rational.”
“Oh yeah, the lion wasn’t a monster. Sure. And I’m sure the fact it was pink and it has a Bag of Holding in its skull is just, you know, normal lion behavior.”