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Stand forth, Servant. The Sword you carry has been smelted in the heat of your anger, forged upon your desire, tempered in your hate, quenched in your soul, polished with your loyalty, furnished with your bones and skin, tested in your hand, and borne in my name.
You, Slave, are mine, as much as the Blade...
"Turning an asset is a multi-step process. You back them into a corner, you pile on stress, you create tension with the people they trust. If you can cut them off from good influences, so you're the only voice in their ear they're much more likely to listen. It's a formula that works so well, it even works on spies who ought to know better."—Michael Westen, Burn Notice, "Enemies Closer"
Grodd: "For months I've been reading their body language and facial expressions like a book. They were holding back considerable resentment for each other. All I had to do was get those feelings to come out."Grodd: "What made you do it? Too little sleep? Low blood sugar? Maybe you were just in 'one of those moods' you get into every so often. [...] This blessed organ of mine can send out thought waves that affect those moods. They open the door that most people keep locked."
Parasite: "How'd ya do that?"
Grodd: "Parasite, have you ever said something you knew you shouldn't have? Something really hurtful?"