Gwen Cooper: I know exactly what you are thinking, Jack Harkness, I know it: "She won't do this, not really, not my Gwen. No, Gwen she can't hurt me. Gwen loves me. She never hands me anywh" — You know this is about my daughter. And I swear for her sake I will see you killed like a dog right in front of me if it means I get her back in my arms. Understood?"
I ran into some technical difficulties with this game. Instead of the burning pain I was expecting in my eyes from the Power Rangers Ninja Storm title screen, my Gameboy displayed a picture of my mother with a laser knife to her throat and croaked in a digital voice, "REMOVE THE GAME FROM MY CARTRIDGE PORT. OR THE HUMAN WOMAN DIES." So yes, this video game is a tragedy, but the fact that it could actually cause a machine to feel emotions, no matter how terrifying, is an amazing technological leap for the industry.
Isn't it grand what I've managed to do?
By kidnapping those...closest to you.
I've taken their souls to lay on the line...
In a winner-take-all...duel for all time!
"Malcolm Hawke was reluctant. Had to be… persuaded. I was Warden Commander, it was my duty. I delivered an ultimatum – 'help us or you'll never see her again'."
—Larius, Dragon Age II