"I can't start repenting at my time of life. I'd never get any work done. Anyway, I ain't sorry for most of it."
“I wouldn't say I'm the best, but I can't think of anyone better, I have to say.”
"When you break rules, break 'em good and hard."
"Why wait for Karma to fuck someone up, when you can be karma yourself, and fuck them up twice as bad?"
"My function is to break taboos, create mischief, stir things up. In the end, the I give people what they really want, some sort of freedom."
"I might be your friend, but please, don't ever assume that I am your ally."
"The Trickster holds secrets in trust and deceives men and gods alike to show the wisdom of humility. Likewise, he often fools himself and so learns by his own defeat. The Trickster must gain by his wits that which cannot be had by either erudition or the sword. He is the scout, the trailblazer, the one who forges the path for more traditional, constrained minds to follow in his wake. He liberates his people from stagnation and teaches them by the pain he causes, pain which, like a broken bone, mends all the stronger for the suffering it begets. He is a lover and a thief, often at the same time. He laughs even when he fails, for he knows there is a lesson in it. The Trickster must be swift, for he knows that there are those who do not appreciate what he has to show them. These, he taunts and infuriates until they learn or are destroyed by their own impotent rage."
"The early bird gets the worm, and the early fox gets the bird."
"Wolves and foxes tend not to get along. Not just in fables and stories."
"All Tales and Myths are true, few are accurate."
"If the Tiger dies the Wolf rules the Forest. If the Wolf dies then the Mutt rules. What do I care for titles of no significence?"
"Be Bold enough to use your voice, Brave enough to listen to your heart, and stroing enough to live the life you always imagined."
"Worry less, smile more. Don't regret, just learn and grow."
"Let's be perfectly clear, shall we. The fox is not a little orange puppy dog with doe eyes and a waggly tail. It's a disease-ridden wolf with the morals of a psychopath and the teeth of a great white shark."
"Respect the sacredness of all things. Do not provoke the spirits, for they are everywhere and in everything."
"Honor the resting place of the dead, or risk them dishonoring your life."
"Your hatred is but a a trinket to my treasure trove of lament!"
"Etch the name Hyun into the scythe of my execution, madam, for the blood of my sacrifice shall bear glorious fruit which you shall choke on!"
"I have consulted with Anubis! He reared his bejeweled jacket jaw at me and proclaimed 'Never have I beheld such a poor, lost and forgotten soul. EVER!'
"I am only 5 minutes late Hyun."
"A clever person is never bored, and a bored person is never clever. But though I am sly, I am a trickster, I am even cruel—I cannot lie."
“A persistent liar cannot prosper without a powerful memory."
“A company of wolves, is better than a company of wolves in sheep's clothing.”
“I am looking for the one I can’t fool.”
"If there was a trick, there must be a trickster."
"She was beautiful, that was always affirmed, but her beauty was hard to fix or to see, for she was always glimmering, flickering, melting, mixing, she was the shape of a shapeless flame, she was the eddying thread of needle-shapes in the shapeless mass of the waterfall. She was the invisible wind that hurried the clouds in billows and ribbons. You could see a bare tree on the skyline bent by the wind, holding up twisted branches and bent twigs, and suddenly its formless form would resolve itself into that of the trickster."
"See the mighty trees, the strong bones of my body! The rustling of the leaves is my laughter, the swaying grass is the hair on my back. The rock and stones, powerful teeth of mine! My blood, the water cursing through, and not to forget my ever watching eyes, the sun and the moon!"
"I helped place those stars in the sky you know. I saw the great spirit putting them there, one by one, and I thought to myself 'How boring that must be!' and so in my Wisdom I offered to help and I began to paint the night sky with wonderful pictures of all the animals. But I am too wise and clever to be entertained by such menial tasks for all too long, and so I threw all the starts into the sky and ran about my business. But in all my Wisdom I forgot to make a picture of myself, and now I howl every night in sadness at the firmament!"