Book 1/Page 161/Transcript
Parson Gotti: Y'know what I was going to do, Maggie?
What I almost did do?
Maggie: I see.
Parson Gotti: I really wanted to.
Y'know? I thought you were a monster, for doing that to her.
Maggie: And for what it may be worth, I am sorry.
Parson Gotti: Well, s'kind of a joke to apologize to me about it.
You're only like...
...maybe the third worst monster on this mountain right now.
Parson Gotti: I got another question.
Does this control my mind? Or what.
That would not have worked on a gobwin.
It worked because Bogroll already resembled you in most important aspects.
The changes it makes are remarkably small and subtle.
It cannot turn a dullard into a genius, or a mouse into a maniac.
Parson Gotti: Or a hamster into a pit bull...
Right, so if I thought of this. If I did this...
Maggie: Then some very great part of you wanted to.
The spell only nudged it forward.
Parson Gotti: Okay.
You are a remarkable warrior.