Ingeras: In the year of our Lord, fourteen forty-two, the Turkish sultan enslaved one thousand Transylvanian boys to fill the ranks of his army. These child slaves were beaten without mercy, trained to kill without conscience, to crave the blood of all who defied the Turks. From among these boys, one grew into a warrior so fierce that entire armies would retreat in terror at the mention of his name. Vlad the Impaler. Son of the Dragon. Sickened by his monstrous acts, Vlad came to bury his past with the dead and returned to Transylvania to rule in peace. His subjects called him Prince. I called him Father. But the world would come to know him as...Dracula.
Future Charles Xavier: It is not their pain you are afraid of, it's yours, Charles. And as frightening as it may be, that pain will make you stronger, if you allow yourself to feel it, embrace it. It will make you more powerful than you ever imagined. It's the greatest gift we have, to bear their pain without breaking. And it's born from the most human power - hope. Please, Charles we need you to... Hope again.
Pirate Crew: Hey-ho, imagine the places that we'll go. No one can stop us when we're so high in the stratosphere. Hey-ho, we'll be the frigate that plunders, every one of the world's seven wonders, when we're up in the sky, for who can fight a frigate that flies? No one can fight a frigate that flies.
Josh Wheaton: I just keep thinking of that C.S. Lewis line, "Only a real risk can test the reality of a belief."
Kara: So, you're gonna risk our future over your yearbook quote?
Jagat Janani: What is your name?
P.K.: I don't have any name. But I don't know why people called me PK... Pk.