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  • Durza: When a rider dies, the last thing he hears are the agonising screams of his dying dragon!


  • Durza: I expected more.


  • King Galbatorix: I suffer without my stone. DO NOT... PROLONG... MY SUFFERING.


  • Eragon: I'm the Rider and I say we go!
    Eragon: [arguing with Saphira] I'm the rider, and I say we go!


  • Eragon: What's the word for tree?
    Brom: Tree is Traevum.
    Brom: Tree is traevum.
    Eragon: ...And a branch?
    Brom: Kvistr.


  • Murtagh: I'm Murtagh and you need me, Dragon Rider.


  • Uncle Garrow: Your day will come too, Eragon, and you will decide for yourself the kind of life you wish to lead.


  • Durza: I expected you to be more... more... well, more.


  • Saphira: Careful old man, only my voice is gentle


  • Brom: Legends of Eragon, the great Shadeslayer, spread throughout Alagaesia.


  • Durza: It is said that as a Rider takes his last breath, he can hear the dying screams of his dragon.


  • Brom: The thing is the word. Know the word, and you control the thing.


  • Brom: A Rider can live on if his dragon is killed. But if he is killed...
    Brom: A Rider can live on if his dragon is killed. But if he is killed.
    Saphira: So, is his dragon...
    Saphira: So, is his dragon.


  • Roran: Work on that aim. You may make a hunter, yet.


  • King Galbatorix: When the Varden learn that the legend is real, they will be encouraged to challenge me. And I am not interested in being challenged.


  • Saphira: (talking to Eragon).. I've waited 1000 years to hear your thoughts. and now you can hear mine. I am Saphira. And you are my Rider.
    Saphira: (talking to Eragon) I've waited 1000 years to hear your thoughts, and now you can hear mine. I am Saphira. And you are my Rider.


  • Eragon: [arguing with Saphira] I'm the rider, and I say we go.


  • Arya: Poor Durza, how will he tell the king? You failed.


  • Brom: That's the spirit - one part brave, three parts fool.
    Brom: That's the spirit, one part brave, three parts fool.


  • King Galbatorix: I suffer without my stone. Do not prolong my suffering.


  • Brom: [narrating] There was a time when the fierce and beautiful land of AlagaĆ«sia was ruled by men astride mighty dragons. To protect and serve was their mission, and for thousands of years, the people prospered. But the riders grew arrogant, and began to fight among themselves for power. Sensing their weakness, a young rider named Galbatorix betrayed them, and in a single bloody battle, believed he had killed them all, riders and dragons alike. Since then, our land has been ruled by Galbatorix. He crushed all rebellion, including the freedom fighters known as the Varden. Those that survived fled to the mountains. There, they hoped for a miracle that might even their odds against the king. Our story begins one night, as Arya, an ally of the Varden, rides for her life, carrying a stone stolen from the king himself.


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