Sonic: What? This world isn't big enough for both of us, and one of us has to go?
Metal Sonic: [nods]
Sonic: Well, I agree!
"Apparently every time one of your other selves dies, his power is distributed among the survivors. If Yulaw kills 123 selves, he has the power of 124. Follow this logic far enough, and retirement homes would be filled with elderly geezers who have outlived their others and now have the strength of 124, meaning they can bend canes with their bare hands and produce mighty bowel movements with scornful ease."
Kenji: "Like in that foreign movie where there could only be one, and in the end there was only one, because that was the point."
"What use is there in my becoming a companion to you? On the contrary, sworn brother, in the black night I would haunt your dreams, in the bright day I would trouble your heart. I would be the louse in your collar, I would become the splinter in your door-panel... as there was room for only one sun in the sky, there was room only for one Mongol lord."
— Jamukha, The Secret History of the Mongols