Inigo Montoya Quotes

12 of the best book quotes from Inigo Montoya
  1. #1
    “Stop saying that word. It was inconceivable that anyone could follow us, but when we looked behind, there was the man in black. It was inconceivable that anyone could sail as fast as we could sail, and yet he gained on us. Now this too is inconceivable, but look—look . . . See how he rises.”
  2. #2
    “Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die!”
  3. #3
    “He must have outplanned and outthought Vizzini and he will tell me how to break through the castle and kill the six-fingered beast.”
  4. #4
    Inigo had only one problem: he could not find the enemy.
  5. #5
    “You seem a decent fellow,” Inigo said. “I hate to kill you.”
    “You seem a decent fellow,” answered the man in black. “I hate to die.”
  6. #6
    Inigo screamed. He could not believe it; it had not happened. He screamed again. His father was fine; soon they would have tea. He could not stop screaming.
  1. #7
    “Who are you?” he screamed.
    “No one of import. Another lover of the blade.”
    “I must know.”
    “Get used to disappointment.”
  2. #8
    “I have spent all these years preparing to find the six-fingered man and kill him in a duel. But he is a master, Yeste.”
  3. #9
    “That was below your heart. Can you guess what I’m doing?”
    “Cutting my heart out?”
    “You took mine when I was ten; I want yours now. We are lovers of justice, you and I—what could be more just than that?”
  4. #10
    “Am I ready? If you say I am, I will seek him through the world. If you say no, I will spend another ten years and another ten after that, if that is needed.”
  5. #11
    “You heard him—true love is what he wants to come back for. That’s certainly worthwhile.”
  6. #12
    “You are better than I am,” Inigo admitted.
    “So it seems. But if that is true why are you smiling?”
    “Because,” Inigo answered, “I know something you don’t know.”
    “And what is that?” asked the man in black.
    “I’m not left-handed,” Inigo replied, and with those words, he all but threw the six-fingered sword into his right hand, and the tide of battle turned.

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