Quotes by Tyros (Earth-13054)
- I know what you're thinking, Mutant, and I agree--They're animals, aren't they? Which leads to something of a quandary, doesn't it? How can you trust an animal to keep it's word? You can't. Which leads us to the more interesting question, which is: Why would you succumb to the tyrant's request at all? You know by now that we kill your world if ours is to live. Your death is inevitable... So how could we threaten you with the promise of what is already assured? That assurance--That truth--Is undeniable. A strong man would hide behind the walls of that truth--He would make a fortress out of it against which no siege would succeed. He would find... Some victory in that death. Why then, faced with the facts at hand, am I so sure that you will beg? And the walls came crumbling down.
- Galaktus is a universal constant. He must be there at the end of each universe. But because of this world, the universes are dying too soon. So we will unmoor our universe by killing this world.
- You don't understand at all, do you? You're just men. I can tell that you recognize me, you know my master. But beyond the Eye of Agamotto... I have no idea who you people are. Galaktus is an universal constant. He must be there at the end of each universe. But because of this world, the universes are dying too soon. So we will unmoor our universe by killing this world. Just as in your universe, the same will happen to your Earth. And there is more than just my master to account for. So please, go home. Accept the greater good--Accept your good fortune--And let this Earth die. Or we could play warriors while a world crumbles around us... Pretending like this is something that you can defeat with your fists. Well? What are you going to do?
- There are no constants. They could no more keep us here forever than they could remain free themselves... They will fall - all men do. And what follows will be a reckoning.
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