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120 Princess Mononoke Quotes That Show Courage

2. “Life is suffering. It is hard. The world is cursed, but still, you find reasons to keep living.” – Osa

3. “You cannot alter your fate, my prince. However, you can rise to meet it if you choose.” – Wise Woman of the Emishi

4. “You see, everyone wants everything—that’s the way the world is. But I just might actually get it.” – Jigo

5. “These days, there are angry ghosts all around us—dead from wars, sickness, starvation—and nobody cares. So you say you’re under a curse? So what? So’s the whole damn world.” – Jigo

6. “The Forest Spirit gives life and takes life away. Life and death are his alone.” – Moro

7. “The trees cry out as they die, but you cannot hear them. I lie here. I listen to the pain of the forest and feel the ache of the bullet in my chest, and dream of the day when I will finally crunch that gun woman’s head in my jaws.” – Moro

8. “You mustn’t give up! We’ll find a way! The Forest Spirit is with us. Go on planting the trees and someday we will beat them!” – San

9. “Cut off a wolf’s head and it still has the power to bite.” – Lady Eboshi

10. “Well, they say that happy women make a happy village.” – Prince Ashitaka

11. “No, I want you to keep it, so you won’t forget your little sister.” – Kaya

12. “Please keep it with you, brother, to protect you. You must take it with you. Please, I want you to have it, so you won’t forget.” – Kaya

13. Lady Eboshi: “What exactly are you here for?”

Prince Ashitaka: “To see with eyes unclouded by hate.”

14. “I was hoping you’d cry out in your sleep. Then I would have bitten your head off to silence you.” – Moro

15. “I caught her human parents defiling my forest. They threw their baby at my feet as they ran away. Instead of eating her, I raised her as my own. Now, my poor, ugly, beautiful daughter is neither human nor wolf.” – Moro

16. “Ugh, I smell like a human.” – San

17. “Now, watch closely, everyone. I’m going to show you how to kill a god. A god of life and death. The trick is not to fear him.” – Lady Eboshi

18. “When you’re going to kill a god, let someone else do your dirty work.” – Jigo

19. “Ashitaka, can you save the girl you love?” – Moro

20. “I hate him! I hate all humans!” – San

21. “You’re beautiful.” – Prince Ashitaka

22. “I do not ask the help of the Wolf Tribe. Even if every one of us dies, it will be a battle the humans never forget.” – Hokuto

23. “I’m not afraid to die. I’d do anything to get you humans out of my forest!” – San

25. “What I want is for the humans and the forest to live in peace!” – Prince Ashitaka

26. “Ashitaka, you mean so much to me, but I can’t forgive the humans for what they’ve done.” – San

27. “I was saving my energy to bite off that damn woman’s head, but I must save San.” – Moro

28. “Mother, I have to go. Lord Okoto is blind; I must be his eyes. Do you understand?” – San

29. “Don’t worry about her ladyship. I will be protecting her.” – Gonza

30. “Forgive me, my Lady, but you must not make light of the boy’s strength. Young man, like you I know what rage feels like, and grief, and helplessness. But you must not take your on Lady Eboshi. She’s the only one who saw us as human beings. We are lepers. The world hates and fears us, but she, she took us in, and washed our rotting flesh and bandaged us.” – Osa

31. “No! I don’t wanna become a demon!” – San

32. “All these years, you’ve defended the Forest Spirit! He must save you!” – San

33. “Kaya, you know I could never forget you.” – Prince Ashitaka

34. “I have lived long enough, San. Soon, the Great Forest Spirit will let me rest forever.” – Moro

35. “Give me back my daughter, demon!” – Moro

36. Prince Ashitaka: “It’s all right, San. My Lord Hokoto, what I said about Nago’s death was the truth.”

Hokuto: “I believe you. And I thank you for it, young one. I am only grieved and ashamed that such a demon has come from our tribe.”

37. “I knew that from the first moment I saw you.” – Prince Ashitaka

38. “Your crystal dagger. Kaya, I can’t take this.” – Prince Ashitaka

39. “First, you steal the boar’s forest from him, then transform him into a demon. Now, you’re making even deadlier weapons. How much more hatred and pain do you think we need?” – Prince Ashitaka

40. “Lord Okkoto, you must stop! They aren’t your warriors, don’t you understand?” – San

41. “I did not want them to kill you. That’s why.” – Prince Ashitaka

42. “That’s enough! I’m not listening to you anymore!” – San

43. “Moro, please ask the Forest Spirit to save you!” – San

44. “That woman is evil, and there’s no one who can stop me from killing her!” – San

45. “You’d risk everything on one last battle. That’s just what the humans want.” – Moro

46. “And I’m not afraid of you! I should kill you for saving her!” – San

47. San: “All right, what do you want here?”

San’s Wolf Brother: “Apes! How dare you show such disrespect to the wolf clan!”

Ape Tribe: “This is our forest. The human—give him to us. Give us the human and go.”

48. “What is it, San? Want me to crunch his face off?” – Wolf

49. “We haven’t had any respect since the day we were born!” – Female fire worker

50. Lady Eboshi: “Does that right hand of yours wish to kill me, Ashitaka?”

Prince Ashitaka: “If it would lift the curse, I’d let it tear you apart. But even that wouldn’t end the killing now, would it?”

Lady Eboshi: “No, it wouldn’t. It would have to kill all of us to be at peace.”

51. “What do you say we give ’em a little demonstration of how fast we can run, huh?” – Jigo

52. “It feels like I must have been asleep for weeks. I had a dream that San was by my side, nursing me.” – Prince Ashitaka

53. “Huh. I never knew the Forest God made the flowers grow.” – Kohroku

54. “Relax, kid, I have bigger fish to fry. Your secret’s safe with me.” – Jigo

55. “There’s a demon inside of you. It’s inside both of you.” – Prince Ashitaka

56. “Why did you stop me from killing her? Tell me while you are still alive.” – San

57. “The Forest Spirit saved him? Saved the life of this loathsome runt? Why didn’t he save Nago? Is he not the guardian of the forest? Why?” – Boar in Okkoto’s Tribe

58. “Nago was afraid to die. Now, I too, carry within my breast a poisoned human bullet. Nago fled, and the darkness took him. I remain and contemplate my death.” – Moro

59. Gonza: “That was it? They weren’t so big.”

Lady Eboshi: “They’re just pups. Wait ’til you see their mother.”

60. “The legends say the blood of the Great Forest Spirit can heal anything.” – Lady Eboshi

61. “Princess of the spirits, of ghouls, beasts, and ancient gods. The wolves stole her soul and now she lives to kill me.” – Lady Eboshi

62. Hii-sama: “My prince, are you prepared to learn what fate the stones have foretold you?”

Prince Ashitaka: “Yes. I was prepared the very moment that I let my arrow fly.”

63. “I’m getting a little bored of this curse of yours, Ashitaka. Just let me cut the damn thing off.” – Lady Eboshi

64. “Stay your hand. The girl’s life is now mine.” – Prince Ashitaka

65. San: “Even if all the trees grow back, it won’t be his forest anymore. The Forest Spirit is dead.”

Prince Ashitaka: “Never. He is life itself. He isn’t dead, San. He is here with us now, telling us, it’s time for both of us to live.”

66. “Without that ancient god, the animals here would be nothing but dumb beasts once again. Once the forest has been cleared and the wolves wiped out, this desolate place will become the richest land in the world, and Princess Mononoke will become human.” – Lady Eboshi

67. “It’s a trap. No, wait! Princess of the wolf gods, don’t go down there! Go back to the forest! Listen to me, please, don’t throw your life away!” – Prince Ashitaka

68. “You’d better watch out there, young man. The Lady Eboshi wants to rule the world.” – Technician

69. “I can deal with forest gods, it’s humans I’m worried about. Remember, you can’t trust men.” – Lady Eboshi

70. “You cannot win against the humans. Their guns will destroy you all.” – Moro

71. “That curse will spread throughout your whole body, bone, and flesh alike, and finally kill you. Now, leave this place at sunrise. Return and I shall kill you.” – Moro

72. “This is my garden. None of the townspeople dare to come here.” – Lady Eboshi

73. “Silence, boy! How dare you speak to a god like that!” – Moro

74. “I walked in through this gate this morning. Now I’m going to leave the same way.” – Prince Ashitaka

75. “You go, before my fangs find you!” – Moro’s Cub

76. “Don’t touch him. He’s no longer a god.” – Moro

77. “We’re grateful to you for bringing those men back to us. We don’t want to hurt you.” – Rifle Guard

78. “Huh? Traitor! You’re a spy for the wolves, aren’t you? Stay back! Uh—halt!” – Gonza

79. “Look on my tribe, Moro. We grow small, and we grow stupid. We will soon be nothing but the squealing game that the humans hunt for their meat.” – Okkoto

80. “This is the latest rifle that I’ve asked these people to design. The Chinese muskets we brought here have turned out to be too heavy. These will kill forest monsters and pierce the thickest Samurai armor.” – Lady Eboshi

81. “Disgusting little creatures. Soon, all of you will feel my hate, and suffer as I have suffered.” – Nago

82. “Even if you were a woman, you’d still be an idiot, so there!” – Toki

83. “Are you selling soup or donkey piss?” – Jigo

84. “You want some of our iron? Mine your own!” – Townswoman

85. “Well, I give up. Can’t win against fools.” – Jigo

86. “Ugh, it’s that damn woman again.” – San

87. “I wish the wolves had eaten you! Then maybe I could’ve found a real husband.” – Toki

88. “Quiet! Watch what you say, you filthy pig!” – San

89. “Typical. Selfish. You think like a human.” – Moro

90. “Don’t be a fool. It takes 10 men to open this gate.” – Rifle Guard

91. “And you, Gonza, always struttin’ around and throwing your weight about after the danger’s over! You never do a lick of work around here!” – Toki

92. Toki: “Thanks, stranger. My husband’s an idiot, but I’m glad he’s safe and sound.”

Prince Ashitaka: “That’s a relief. I was starting to think I’d done something wrong by bringing him back home.”

93. “Give the head back now? Come on, boy. Don’t be silly. Now, when the sun’s about to come up? Look! He’s a brainless, life-sucking god of death. At sunrise he’ll vanish like a bad dream.” – Jigo

94. “Yes, I’m the one who shot the boar. And I’m sorry you suffer I truly am. That brainless pig—I’m the one he should have put a curse on, not you.” – Lady Eboshi

95. Prince Ashitaka: “Yes, I’m human, San, and so are you.”

San: “Stop it! I’m a wolf, you hear?”

96. “You scared me half to death! Don’t you ‘little flower’ me!” – Toki

97. “Kaya, what are you doing here? You know it’s forbidden!” – Prince Ashitaka

98. “What do you think you’re doing, boy?” – Lady Eboshi

99. “You ladies need to be taught some respect!” – Messenger from Lord Asano

100. “You two go on ahead. I’ll stay here and deal with the human.” – San

101. “You lie! You must have begged the Forest Spirit to spare his life! But you did not beg for Nago, did you?” – Boar in Okkoto’s Tribe

102. “You are not fooling us! Nago was beautiful and strong! He would not have run from anything! You wolves must have eaten him!” – Boar in Okkoto’s Tribe

103. “Humans are everywhere these days. Go back to your mountain. Kill them there.” – Moro

104. San: “Why chop the trees down?”

Moro: “To make them angry, which makes them stupid.”

105. “Do as you must. You know, that boy wanted to share his life with you.” – Moro

106. Gonza: “But that should have killed it!”

Lady Eboshi: “He’s a god, you fool. It’ll take more than one shot.”

107. “In ancient times, the land lay covered in forests, where, from ages long past, dwelt the spirits of the gods. Back then, man and beast lived in harmony, but as time went by, most of the great forests were destroyed. Those that remained were guarded by gigantic beasts who owed their allegiances to the Great Forest Spirit—for those were the days of gods and of demons.” – Narrator

108. Gonza: “She certainly did some damage.”

Lady Eboshi: “We’ll move out now.”

Gonza: “But what about the men she pushed over the cliff?”

Lady Eboshi: “They’re dead. Let’s get the living home.”

109. “I understand. You’ll live in the forest, and I’ll help rebuild Irontown.” – Prince Ashitaka

110. Lady Eboshi: “Stay here. Help me kill the Forest Spirit, Ashitaka.”

Prince Ashitaka: “You would do that? Kill the very heart of the forest?”

111. “I am the eldest of the Amishi. Our tribe was driven here by the ravages of the Emperor. Now, our must cut his hair and go off into the unknown? Sometimes I think the gods are laughing at us.” – Amishi Elder

112. “Go away!” – San

113. “You will die!” – Lady Eboshi

114. “You’re too slow! Get on!” – Moro’s Cub

115. “That’s what we’re worried about.” – Townswoman

116. “Hokuto’s too stubborn. He won’t listen. None of them will. They may even know it’s a trap.” – Moro

117. “The sooner we get this rice home, the sooner we’ll eat! Let’s move!” – Lady Eboshi

118. “My arm, it doesn’t hurt. It’s healed!” – Kohroku

119. “I missed. They’re bringing boats across the river!” – Leper

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