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View Quote Drunkards Four: The omen is bad. Mighty Ek Chuah, we beg you. Forgive us for this trespass against your son the jaguar. The omen is bad.
Snake Ink: Lift yourself up, Drunkards Four. The omen was foretold, and now we have a fear more grave. Today I saw the day become like night. I saw a man run with the jaguar. We must not let this man make feet from us.
Zero Wolf: Enough! Your words mean nothing. He runs because he is afraid. When I catch him, I will peel his skin and have him watch me wear it. We leave now!
View Quote Flint Sky: Those people in the forest, what did you see on them?
Jaguar Paw: I do not understand.
Flint Sky: Fear. Deep rotting fear. They were infected by it. Did you see? Fear is a sickness. It will crawl into the soul of anyone who engages it. It has tainted your peace already. I did not raise you to see you live with fear. Strike it from your heart. Do not bring it into our village.
View Quote Jaguar Paw: The heart... for Smoke Frog.
Smoke Frog: Thank you.
Jaguar Paw: This liver for Curl Nose.
Curl Nose: Thank you.
Jaguar Paw: Cocoa Leaf... the ears.
Cocoa Leaf: Thank you.
Jaguar Paw: And for you Blunted... the balls.
Blunted: Not this again.
View Quote Jaguar Paw: Where are they taking us?
Curl Nose: We tell stories of a place stone-built.
Jaguar Paw: What happens there?
Curl Nose: I do not know, but the earth bleeds. We are near.
View Quote Seven: What are they?
Jaguar Paw: They bring men.
Seven: Should we go to them?
Jaguar Paw: We should go to the forest. To seek a new beginning. Come, Turtles Run...
View Quote [Blunted is given the potion to rub on himself]
Blunted: If this works... she won't bother me.
Flint Sky: Your wife?
Blunted: No, her mother. The old hag wants grandchildren.
View Quote And a Man sat alone, drenched deep in sadness. And all the animals drew near to him and said, "We do not like to see you so sad. Ask us for whatever you wish and you shall have it." The Man said, "I want to have good sight." The vulture replied, "You shall have mine." The Man said, "I want to be strong." The jaguar said, "You shall be strong like me." Then the Man said, "I long to know the secrets of the earth." The serpent replied, "I will show them to you." And so it went with all the animals. And when the Man had all the gifts that they could give, he left. Then the owl said to the other animals, "Now the Man knows much, he'll be able to do many things. Suddenly I am afraid." The deer said, "The Man has all that he needs. Now his sadness will stop." But the owl replied, "No. I saw a hole in the Man, deep like a hunger he will never fill. It is what makes him sad and what makes him want. He will go on taking and taking, until one day the World will say, 'I am no more and I have nothing left to give.'"
View Quote I am Jaguar Paw, son of Flint Sky. My Father hunted this forest before me. My name is Jaguar Paw. I am a hunter. This is my forest. And my sons will hunt it with their sons after I am gone.
View Quote I am Jaguar Paw. This is my forest. And I am not afraid.
View Quote O warrior, unafraid and willing, with your blood you renew the world! From age to age! Thanks be to you.
View Quote Performing a sacrifice
View Quote Resting fathers, fly me your strength.
View Quote Speaking of Jaguar Paw
View Quote The omen was foretold, and now we have a fear more grave. Today I saw the day become like night. I saw a man run with the jaguar. We must not let this man make feet from us.
View Quote These are the days of our great lament. The land thirsts. A great plague infests our crops. The scourge of sickness afflicts at whim. They say this strife has made us weak. That we have become empty. They say that we rot.
Great people of the banner of the sun... I say... we are strong. We are a people of destiny. Destined to be the masters of time. Destined to be nearest to the gods.