The Dragon Prince season 2 brought us wit, wisdom, and the goofy dialogue we all love. Here are the best quotes from Book Two: Sky.
No series on television has managed to scratch the itch left behind by Avatar: The Last Airbender quite like The Dragon Prince. The two series share significant creative DNA, a kinship expressed in deep characters, resonant themes, and of course, dialogue that is by turns hilarious, touching, and profound. Here are our favorites from the most recent season of dragons, siblings, magic, and moonberries!
The best quotes from ‘The Dragon Prince’ season 2
Episode 1, ‘A Secret and a Spark’
Lujanne: Now, you’re just a standard human again. Ah, but look on the bright side! You’ve got those extra fingers, the little ones. What do you call them? Pinkos!
Viren: Crow Lord! Crow Lord! You, sir, Crow Lord!
Crow Master: Oh, sorry! I heard you calling for the Crow Lord. He’s not here right now.
Viren: Then who are you?
Crow Master: Oh, well I’m, I’m the Crow Master. It’s sort of like, assistant Crow Lord? I just got promoted!
Lujanne: Most people believe that reality is truth and appearances are deceiving. But those of us who know the Moon Arcanum understand we can only truly know the appearance itself. You can never touch the so-called reality that lies just beyond the reach of your own perception.
Episode 2, ‘Half Moon Lies’
Callum: I mean primal magic, not… your kind of magic.
Claudia: Oh? My kind of magic?
Callum: (whispering) Dark magic.
ClaudiaL (whispering) Do you always whisper when you’re being judgmental?
Ezran: So you just zip across this line?
Soren: Exactly! I call it the Slidey Sling Go Fast Rope!
Ezran: That is a good name.
Soren: We need to stay focused on getting the princes to leave with us! I just want to make sure you’re still on-mission, not just having fun.
Claudia: Uh, you built a ZIP LINE today!
Soren: I took NO joy in that!
Lujanne: Real trust is about accepting even the dark parts we will never know.
Episode 3, ‘Smoke and Mirrors’
Soren: How come you’re all… weep-ridden?
Claudia: THAT IS NOT AN EMOTION, SOREN!
Soren: So you’re ready to do this the Soren way, right?
Claudia: Yes, there’s no other way.
Soren:Good. then when it’s time to strike, I’ll give the signal.
Claudia: What’s the signal?
Soren:The signal… is me, attacking the elf.
Soren: I HATE THE MOON!
Episode 4, ‘Voyage of the Ruthless’
Rayla: What are you doing?
Callum: Meditating upon the meaning of sky.
Rayla: Uch, that’s more boring than any answer I would have guessed.
“Human” Rayla: Won’t it be great to encounter other hu-mans and talk about which roads and pathways will take us somewhere slightly faster than other roads and pathways!
Ezran: It is so true! We do love going slightly faster!
Bird: Nailed it! Squawk!
Ezran: Did he just say the word “Squawk”?
Viren: I will rally the kings and queens behind Katolis and finally destroy the Xadian threat! You are witnessing history!
Crow Master: That is great!Um, would you rate the service you received today as “Excellent”?
Episode 5, ‘Breaking the Seal’
Queen Aanya: It seems I am a crown without an adult, and you’re an adult without a crown. Let’s just begin.
Viren: Queen Aanya, what say you?
Queen Aanya: I am… undecided.
Queen Aanya: Yes. It means I have yet to make up my mind.
Harrow: Sarai, my father told me that above all, I must be a just king. The night he died, Lady Justice came to me in a dream.
Sarai: Lady Justice, huh?
Harrow: She was wearing her robes!
Sarai: Uch, so a boring dream.
Episode 6, ‘Heart of a Titan’
Amaya: You don’t need to whisper, Viren. I’m deaf.
Harrow: Advisors and scholars will tell you that history is a narrative of strength. They will recount stories of the rise and fall of nations and empires. There will be stories of armies, battles, and decisive victories. But this isn’t true strength — it’s merely power. I now believe true strength is found in vulnerability. In forgiveness. In love. There is a beautiful, upside-down truth, which is that these moments of purest strength appear as weakness to those who don’t know better. For a long time, I didn’t know better. I ask you and your brother to reject history as a narrative of strength, and instead, have faith that it can be a narrative of love.
Vellads: You want to know the other secret to life? Waterproof socks! It’s a metaphor. Think about it!
Rayla: You just showed me the waterproof socks! That’s not what a metaphor is!
Episode 7, ‘Fire and Fury’
Callum: One does not simply walk into Xadia!
Rayla: Actually, one does simply walk into Xadia!
Gren: Welcome back! I hope you had a pleasant trip!
Viren: How can you possibly remain so cheerful in your dire circumstances?
Gren: Well, I think about it like this: Why see myself as chained down, when I can be chained up?
Viren: …I admire your tenacity.
Soren: Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me! Fool me three times, back to you again.
Corvus: That’s not how it goes.
Episode 8, ‘The Book of Destiny’
Viren: What’s happening??
Librarian: SHH! You’re in a LIBRARY!
Viren: Yes, I’m quite aware I’m in a —
Harrow: Fate is a lie. You are free!
Soren: Now I can’t do anything terrible, because now I can’t do anything.
Soren: I already have my first poem. It’s a haiku. Just tell me when you’re ready.
Claudia: Um. Okay. Ready.
Soren: ‘Dragon smash boy / Say the good words, now / They light the hearts of other people.’ Do you like it? I’m inspiring, right?
Claudia: No, Soren. No! That was a terrible poem and it… it’s not even a haiku!
Episode 9, ‘Breathe’
Claudia: You might have noticed, my dad is a little intense.
Aaravos: Those who fail tests of love are simple animals. They deserve to be motivated by fear.
Corvus: If I may be so bold, you’re a weird king, King Ezran.
Ezran: I know.
The Dragon Prince season 2 is now streaming on Netflix.