Quotes from Fray

Joss Whedon ·  216 pages

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“You do not want a war.

You have known violence, you have suffered loss, but you have seen nothing of war. War is not just the business of death; it is the anti-thesis of life. Hope, tortured and flayed, reason, dismembered, grinning at its limbs in its lap. Decency, raped to death...

You will be a murderer and more.”
― Joss Whedon, quote from Fray


“I'm not a leader now. I'm a whole damn army.”
― Joss Whedon, quote from Fray


“Nobody ever called me any OH MY GOD you mean that guy that one that set himself on FIRE!"

"As I said, fanatics."

"But he set himself on fire!"

"Centuries of useless, obsessive waiting. Makes a human-"

"HE SET HIMSELF ON FIRE!

"Maybe he was cold.”
― Joss Whedon, quote from Fray


“They'll all be waiting. Waiting for me to fall.

So, come on , guys. I'm just one girl. No big hero, no protector of justice, not even a bona fide one-hundred-percent slayer. So what are you waiting for?

Take me on.

Hurt my world.

I dare you.”
― Joss Whedon, quote from Fray


“So, what's first?"

"Dexterity. I throw things at you. You avoid them."

"You're not a complicated person, are you? Let's do it."

20 seconds later

"You hib me wib a girder!"

"How many claws am I holding up?"

"You hib my face wib a whole girder!"

"You were meant to duck."

"Can we skip degsteriby?”
― Joss Whedon, quote from Fray



“They come. Sooner than I'd thought, more than I'd even begun to fear. They come looking for death.

And Death is psyched to see 'em.”
― Joss Whedon, quote from Fray


“I'm pissed like this rutting beast can't conceive - I'm a lifetime of pissed, of strong, of muscle built over bruise, I'm slick with power and feel the fight as it changes...

As it flows...

...Everything into place, perfect, and I finally do what I was born to do.

I slay.”
― Joss Whedon, quote from Fray


About the author

Joss Whedon
Born place: in New York, New York, The United States
Born date June 23, 1964
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