Who Said It?!

It’s game time! Being the quote junkie I am I thought we could play a little quote game. The rules are fairly simple, I post quotes from werewolf movies, shows and books and you guess where the quote came from and who said it. The first one to answer correctly wins! Keep in mind that no one likes a cheater, so try not to use Google to get the answers – that would be lame.

There’s no prize to be won this round, however, if there’s enough participation this time, I may do the game again and offer a prize next time around.

Let the games begin!

1. “I have no wish to remove one shackle from around your necks, only to replace them with one of my own. You’ll have a choice: you can run and hide, or you can stay and fight. Any man who fights with me shall have his freedom and, if he wishes it; immortality.”

2. “What do you eat?”
“Baby bunnies.” She narrowed her eyes, so I grinned and said, “Adult bunnies, too. I’m an equal-opportunity bunny-eater.”

3. “If Man suspect that we are still here, they will exterminate us. We must rule this city from the shadows.”

4. “There are stories of the cold ones as old as the wolf legends, and some much more recent. According to legend, my own great-grandfather knew some of them. He was the one who made the treaty that kept them off our land.”

5. Person 1: “Do you like cats?”
Person 2: “Yeah. Couldn’t eat a whole one, though.”
Person 2: [to himself] “Who am I kidding? Course I could!”

Now it’s time to play! Where does each quote come from and who said it?

The winner totally gets the right to rub their glory in everyone’s face!

If no one can guess them all after a few weeks, then I’ll make sure to post the answers for the curious.

– Moonlight

By moonlight

One of the writers for werewolves.com, as well as vampires.com.


  1. #1 Is obviously from underworld rise of the lycans said in lucians speech from when he is trying to recruit slaves to his cause awesome movie by the way

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