Author has written 2 stories for Merlin, and Harry Potter.
Everlily Emrys Holmes here, so glad you decided to check this page out!
You don't need to know too much about me personally, but I will tell you that I am a college age nerdy female!
And now a little bit about my fandoms!
I am proud to say that I am a part of the following fandoms: Harry Potter, Sherlock, Doctor Who, Merlin, Supernatural, Lord of the Rings/The Hobbit, The Avengers, Star Trek, and many more, but those are my favorites! I know thats a lot of Nerd, but don't hate, respect the nerdism! ;-)
I will write and post as often as I am able, because I have been a reader on this site for a long time and I know how frustrating long hiatuses can be, but I am a busy girl and I may have to take a break from time to time. When I write a story I will try to have most of it written before I post it, so that way I can get it out to you guys as soon as possible!
I also want to say thank you to all of the authors on this site, its a big thing to just put yourself out there like they, and now I will, do! Extra love and thanks to the authors that you can find on my favorites list, and a few others, you guys are awesome, and are my inspiration to write on this site! I hope to be as good as you someday! It may take me a while to really get my writing started, so in the meantime, check them out guys, seriously!
Okay, thats all I have to say for now, I hope you guys enjoy!
Im going to put some of my favorite quotes from my fandoms here, I know that its a lot, but if you decide to read it I hope it makes you smile! ;-)
Sherlock: I know you're an Army doctor, and you've been invalided home from Afghanistan. You've got a brother worried about you, but you won’t go to him for help, because you don't approve of him, possibly because he's an alcoholic, more likely because he recently walked out on his wife, and I know your therapist thinks your limp's psychosomatic, quite correctly, I'm afraid. That's enough to be going on with, don't you think? The name is Sherlock Holmes, and the address is 221B Baker Street. Afternoon.
Mike Stamford: Yeah, he's always like that.
John Watson: [upon first seeing Baker Street] Well this is a prime spot. Must be expensive. Sherlock Holmes: Mrs. Hudson, the landlady, is giving me a special deal. She owes me a favour. A few years back her husband got himself sentenced to death in Florida. I was able to help out. John Watson: You stopped her husband from being executed?Sherlock Holmes: Oh, no. I ensured it.
Sherlock Holmes: You're an army doctor. John Watson: Yes. Sherlock Holmes: Any good? John Watson: Very good. Sherlock Holmes: Seen a lot of injuries, then? Violent deaths?John Watson: Well, yes.Sherlock Holmes: Bit of trouble too, I bet.John Watson: Of course, yes. Enough for a lifetime. Far too much. Sherlock Holmes: Want to see some more? John Watson: Oh, God, yes!
Sherlock Holmes: The game, Mrs. Hudson, is on!
Sherlock Holmes: There you go, you see? You were right. John Watson: I was right? Right about what? Sherlock Holmes: The police don't consult amateurs.
John Watson: [slowly] That was amazing. Sherlock Holmes: [deadpan] You think so? John Watson: Of course it was. It was extraordinary. It was quite... extraordinary. Sherlock Holmes: That's not what people normally say. John Watson: What do people normally say? Sherlock Holmes: "Piss off!"
Sherlock Holmes: Shut up. Detective Inspector Lestrade: I didn't say anyth—Sherlock Holmes: You were thinking. It's annoying.
Anderson: [In the doorway] She's German. "Rache," German for revenge, she could be trying to tell us—Sherlock Holmes: [Interrupts] Yes, thank you for your input. [Shuts the door in Anderson's face]
Sherlock Holmes: Dear God. What is it like in your funny little brains? It must be so boring.
John Watson: That's fantastic! Sherlock Holmes: Do you know you do that out loud? John Watson: Sorry. I'll shut up. Sherlock Holmes: No, it's... fine.
Sherlock Holmes: That's clever. Is it clever? Why is it clever?
Sherlock Holmes: We've got a serial killer on our hands. Love those, there's always something to look forward to.
Sherlock Holmes: PINK!!
John Watson: You know, I've got a phone. That was very clever, all that, but you could've just phoned me. On my phone.
Mycroft Holmes: I am the closest thing to a friend Sherlock Holmes is capable of having. John Watson: And what's that? Mycroft Holmes: An enemy. If you were to ask him, he'd probably say his archenemy. He does love to be dramatic.
Sherlock Holmes: Did he offer you money to spy on me...? John Watson: Yes. Sherlock Holmes: Did you take it? John Watson: ...No? Sherlock Holmes: Pity, we could've split the fee. Think it through next time.
Sherlock Holmes: Are you doing it? John Watson: Yes. Sherlock Holmes: Have you done it? John Watson: Ye- Hang on!
John Watson: Do people usually assume you're the murderer? Sherlock Holmes: (smirks) Now and again yes.
John Watson: Why didn't I think of that? Sherlock Holmes: Because you're an idiot. [John looks up, insulted.] No, no, no, don't be like that, practically everyone is.
Sherlock Holmes: Shut up. [To Lestrade] I'm not your sniffer dog. DI Lestrade: No, Anderson's my sniffer dog.
Sherlock Holmes: [with contempt] I'm not a psychopath, Anderson, I'm a high-functioning sociopath. Do your research.
Sgt. Sally Donovan: Are these human eyes? Sherlock Holmes: Put those back! Sgt. Sally Donovan: They were in the microwave! Sherlock Holmes: It's an experiment!
Sherlock Holmes: Shut up everybody, shut up! Don't move, don't speak, don't breathe, I'm trying to think. Anderson, face the other way, you're putting me off. Anderson: What, my face is? DI Lestrade: Everybody, quiet and still. Anderson, turn your back. Anderson: Oh, for God's sake... DI Lestrade: Your back! Now, please!
Sherlock Holmes: She was clever! Cleverer than you lot and she's dead!
Sherlock Holmes: ...Ha. Look at you lot. You're all so vacant. Is it nice not being me? It must be so relaxing.
Sherlock Holmes: Anderson, don't talk out loud. You lower the IQ of the whole street.
Sherlock Holmes: Bitterness is a paralytic. Love is a much more vicious motivator.
Sherlock Holmes: Oh, what, now? I'm in shock! Look, I've got a blanket.
Dr John Watson: Stop it! We can't giggle at a crime scene.
John Watson: Because I had a row... in the shop... with a chip and pin machine! Sherlock Holmes: You had a row with a machine? John Watson: Sort of. It sat there and I shouted abuse.
John Watson: [when Sherlock is not answering the door] Oh, I'm Sherlock Holmes and I always work alone, because no one else can compete with my massive intellect!
Sherlock Holmes: How would you describe me John, resourceful, dynamic, enigmatic? John Watson: Late?
John Watson: [comes in] What the HELL are you doing?! Sherlock Holmes: Bored... John Watson: What? Sherlock Holmes: BORED! [continues to shoot wall] BORED! BORED! [stops, hands the gun to Watson] Don't know what's got into the criminal classes. Good job I'm not one of them. John Watson: So you take it out on the wall? Sherlock Holmes: Oh, the wall had it coming.
Sherlock Holmes: Look at that, Mrs. Hudson. Quiet. Calm. Peaceful. Isn't it hateful?
Sherlock Holmes: I am on FIRE!
Sherlock Holmes: Don't make people into heroes, John. Heroes don't exist, and if they did, I wouldn't be one of them.
Sherlock Holmes: People have died. Jim Moriarty: That's what people DO!
Jim Moriarty: Noboby ever gets to me. Sherlock Holmes: I did. Jim Moriarty: You've come the closest. Now, you're in my way. Sherlock Holmes: Thank you. Jim Moriarty: I didn't mean it as a compliment. Sherlock Holmes: Yes you did. Jim Moriarty: Yeah, okay I did.
Sherlock: Catch... You... Later. Moriarty: [High pitched, sing-song voice] No, you won't!
Moriarty: Sorry, boys! I'm soooo changeable.
Little Girl: They wouldn't let us see Grandad when he was dead. Is that cos he'd gone to heaven? Sherlock Holmes: People don't really go to heaven when they die. They're taken to a special room and burned. John Watson: Sherlock...
John Watson: Are you wearing any pants? Sherlock Holmes: ...No. John Watson: Okay.
John Watson: Sherlock, seriously, what are we doing here? Sherlock Holmes: No idea. John Watson: Here to see the Queen? Sherlock Holmes: (Mycroft walks in) Oh, apparently yes.
Sherlock Holmes: Get off my sheet! Mycroft Holmes: Or what? Sherlock Holmes: Or I'll just walk away. Mycroft Holmes: I'll let you.
Sherlock Holmes: Sex doesn't alarm me. Mycroft Holmes: How would you know?
Sherlock Holmes: I'm not the commonwealth. John Watson: And, that's as modest as he gets.
Mycroft Holmes: Just once, can you two behave like grown-ups? John Watson: We solve crimes. I blog about it, and he forgets his pants. I wouldn't hold out too much hope.
Mycroft Holmes: We are in Buckingham Palace, the very heart of the British nation. Sherlock Holmes, put your trousers on!
Sherlock Holmes: Punch me in the face. John Watson: Punch you? Sherlock Holmes: Yes, punch me, in the face. Didn't you hear me? John Watson: I always hear "punch me in the face" when you're speaking, but it's usually subtext. Sherlock Holmes: Oh, for God's sake! [He punches John in the face. John punches him back] Thank you John, that was - [John tackles Sherlock and grabs him in a chokehold] Okay, I think that's enough now. John Watson: You want to remember, Sherlock, I was a soldier. I killed people! Sherlock Holmes: You were a doctor! John Watson: I had bad days!
Sherlock Holmes: You think I'm a vicar with a bleeding face? Irene Adler: I think you’re damaged, delusional and believe in a higher power. In your case, it’s yourself.
Irene Adler: And somebody loves you...Oh, if I had to punch that face,[Looks at John] I'd avoid your nose and teeth too. John Watson: [Laughs] Could you put something on please, anything at all... a napkin?
Irene Adler: Brainy is the new sexy.
John Watson: We should call the police! Sherlock Holmes: Yes [fires a gun repeatedly into the air] On their way. John Watson: For God's sake... Sherlock Holmes: Oh shut up, it's quick.
Molly Hooper: Who is she? How did Sherlock recognize her from... not her face?
Sherlock Holmes: Look at them. They all care so much. Do you ever wonder if there's something wrong with us? Mycroft Holmes: All lives end. All hearts are broken. Caring is not an advantage, Sherlock.
Sherlock Holmes: I dislike being outnumbered, it makes for too much stupid in a room.
Sherlock Holmes: Mrs. Hudson has been attacked by an American, I'm restoring balance to the universe.
Sherlock Holmes: [on the phone] Lestrade? We've had a break-in at Baker Street. Send your least irritating officers and an ambulance. Oh, no-no-no-no, we're fine. No, it's the burglar. He's got himself rather badly injured. Oh, a few broken ribs, fractured skull, suspected punctured lung. He fell out of a window.[Cuts to Mrs Hudson's downstairs flat, where John is cleaning her face] Mrs. Hudson: Oh, it stings. [Something large and body-shaped falls past the window and crashes on top of a dumpster] Oh, that was right on my bins.[Cuts to police officers and paramedics congregating outside as an ambulance leaves and Sherlock stands by Lestrade on the sidewalk] DI Lestrade: And exactly how many times did he fall out the window? Sherlock Holmes: Oh, it's all a bit of a blur, Detective Inspector. I lost count.
Sherlock Holmes: Thank you. Shame on you, John Watson! John Watson: Shame on me? Sherlock Holmes: Mrs Hudson, leave Baker Street? England would fall!
John Watson: Hamish [Both turn and stare at him] John Hamish Watson. Just if you were looking for baby names.
Mycroft Holmes: My brother has the brain of a scientist or a philosopher, yet he elects to be a detective. What might we deduce about his heart?John Watson: I don't know.Mycroft Holmes: Neither do I. But initially, he wanted to be a pirate.
[Sherlock bursts into the room, covered in blood, brandishing a harpoon] Sherlock Holmes: Well that was tedious. John Watson: You went on the Tube like that?Sherlock Holmes: None of the cabs would take me.
Sherlock Holmes: Oh, John, I envy you so much. John Watson: You envy me? Sherlock Holmes: Your mind, it's so placid, straight-forward, barely used.
Sherlock Holmes: I need a case!! John Watson: You've just solved one! By harpooning a dead pig apparently! Sherlock Holmes: That was this morning! When's the next one?
Sherlock Holmes: Oh, what am I saying, this is brilliant! Phone Lestrade, tell him there's an escaped rabbit! John Watson: ...You serious? Sherlock Holmes: It's either this or Cluedo. John Watson: Ah, no. We are never playing that again. Sherlock Holmes: Why not? John Watson: Because it's not actually possible for the victim to have done it, Sherlock, that's why! Sherlock Holmes: It was the only possible solution! John Watson: It's not in the rules. Sherlock Holmes: Well then the rules are wrong!
John Watson: Did we just break in to a military base to investigate a rabbit?
John Watson: Can we please not do this this time? Sherlock Holmes: Do what? John Watson: You being all mysterious with your - cheekbones. And turning your coat collar up so you look cool Sherlock Holmes: I don't do that. John Watson: Yeah you do.
John Watson: Yes, if I wanted poetry, I'd read John's emails to his girlfriends. Much funnier.
Dr. Frankland: Oh, Mr. Holmes, I'd love to tell you. But then of course, I'd have to kill you. Sherlock Holmes: That would be tremendously ambitious of you.
Sherlock Holmes: Listen, what I said before John, I meant it. I don't have friends; I've just got one.
Sherlock Holmes: Is that why you're calling yourself "Greg"? Dr. John Watson:...That's his name. Sherlock Holmes: ...Is it? Lestrade: Yes, if you'd ever bothered to find out.
Sherlock Holmes: Get out. I need to go to my mind palace.
Sherlock Holmes: Murder weapon, scene of the crime, all at once. Oh, this case! Henry, this case...! Thank you! It's been BRILLIANT! John Watson: Sherlock... timing! Sherlock Holmes: ...Not good?
Mycroft Holmes: Too much history between us, John. Old scores. Resentments. John Watson: Nicked all his smurfs? Broke his Action Man?
Sherlock Holmes: Joining me? John Watson: Yeah, well, apparently it's against the law to chin the Chief Superintendent.
[Sherlock grabs a police radio, sending all police headphones into feedback and alarm. In the chaos, he takes a gun from the nearest officer and waves it around] Sherlock Holmes: Ladies and gentlemen, will you please all get on your knees? [Firing the gun in the air] Now would be good! DI Lestrade: Do as he says! John Watson: Just so you're aware, the gun is his idea... I'm just, you know... Sherlock Holmes: [suddenly pointing the gun at John's head] My hostage! John Watson: Hostage! Yes. That works...
Sherlock Holmes: Alone is what I have. Alone protects me. John Watson: No. Friends protect people.
Sherlock Holmes: Oh, I may be on the side of the angels... but don't think for one second that I am one of them.
Sherlock Holmes: No one could be that clever. John Watson: You could.
John Watson: You... you told me once... that you weren't a hero. Umm... There were times I didn't even think you were human, but let me tell you this. You were the best man, the most human... human being that I've ever known and no one will ever convince me that you told me a lie, so... there. I was so alone... and I owe you so much. But please, there's just one more thing, one more miracle, Sherlock, for me, don't be...dead. Would you do that just for me? Just stop it. Stop this...
Mycroft Holmes: Baker Street? He isn’t there anymore. Why would he be? It’s been two years. He’s got on with his life. Sherlock Holmes: What life? I’ve been away.
Sherlock Holmes: Well, short version... Not. Dead.
Sherlock Holmes: Wait. Before you do anything you might later regret, one question, let me ask one question. [Beat. He indicates John’s moustache] Are you really going to keep that?[John stares at him for a moment before grabbing him by the jacket and throwing him to the ground in an attempt to throttle him]
John Watson: I don’t shave for Sherlock Holmes. Mary Morstan: You should put that on a t-shirt.
Mycroft Holmes: Don’t be smart. Sherlock Holmes: That takes me back. [Mimicking Mycroft] “Don’t be smart, Sherlock, I’m the smart one”. Mycroft Holmes: I am the smart one.
David: ...They’re right about you. You’re a bloody psychopath. Sherlock Holmes: High-functioning sociopath. With your number. [He grins evilly]
Sherlock Holmes: I confess at first I didn't realize he was asking me. When finally I understood, I expressed to him that I was both flattered and surprised.[Flash back to John and Sherlock standing in the kitchen at Baker Street. Sherlock dead silent, John waiting patiently.][Flash back to Reception] Sherlock Holmes: I explained to him that I had never expected this request and I was a little daunted in the face of it.[Flash back to John and Sherlock standing in the kitchen at Baker Street. Sherlock dead silent.] John Watson: Sherlock...[Flash back to Reception] Sherlock Holmes: I nonetheless promised that I'd do my very best to accomplish a task which, for me, was as demanding and difficult as any I'd ever contemplated. Additionally, I thanked him for the trust he placed in me and indicated that I was ...[John looks very confused] Sherlock Holmes: ... in some ways very close to being moved by it.[Flash back to John and Sherlock standing in the kitchen at Baker Street. Sherlock dead silent, staring.] John Watson: Yeah, it's getting a bit scary now.[Flash back to Reception] Sherlock Holmes: It later transpired that I'd said none of this out loud.
Sherlock Holmes: So in fact... you mean... John Watson: Yes...[John nods] Sherlock Holmes: I'm your...[John nods] Sherlock Holmes: Best...[John nods] John Watson/Sherlock Homes: [respectively, spoken together] Man / Friend. John Watson: Yeah, of course you are. Course. You're my best friend.
Sherlock Holmes: The point I'm trying to make is that I am the most unpleasant, rude, ignorant and all-round obnoxious arsehole that anyone could possibly have the misfortune to meet. I am dismissive of the virtuous, [He looks at the priest], unaware of the beautiful [He looks at the maid of honour] and uncomprehending in the face of the happy [He looks at Watson and Mary]. So if I didn't understand I was being asked to be best man, it is because I never expected to be anybody's best friend. And certainly not the best friend of the bravest and kindest and wisest human being I have ever had the good fortune of knowing.
Sherlock Holmes: John, I am a ridiculous man, [John nods] redeemed only by the warmth and constancy of your friendship. But, as I am apparently you best friend, I cannot congratulate you on your choice of companion.[Beat] Actually, now I can. [To Mary] Mary, when I say you deserve this man, it is the highest compliment of which I am capable.John, you have endured war and injury and tragic loss - so sorry again about that last one - so know this; today you sit between the woman you have made your wife and the man you have saved. In short, the two people who love you most in all this world. And I know I speak for Mary as well when I say we will never let you down and we have a lifetime ahead to prove that.[The guests wipe tears from their eyes]
John Watson: He's clueing for looks.
Mrs Holmes: Are you two smoking?![The Holmes brothers whip round to face their mother, hiding their cigarettes behind their backs]Mycroft Holmes: No!Sherlock Holmes: [simultaneously] It was Mycroft!
Mycroft Holmes: I have, by the way, a job offer I should like you to decline.Sherlock Holmes: I...decline your kind offer.
Mycroft Holmes: Also...your loss would break my heart.[Sherlock chokes on his cigarette]Sherlock Holmes: What the hell am I supposed to say to that?!Mycroft Holmes: Merry Christmas?Sherlock Holmes: You hate Christmas.Mycroft Holmes: Yes. Perhaps there was something in the punch.Sherlock Holmes: Clearly. Go and have some more.
Sherlock: Oh, do your research. I'm not a hero, I'm a high-functioning sociopath. Merry Christmas! [shoots Magnussen in the head]
Sherlock Holmes: William Sherlock Scott Holmes.John Watson: Sorry?Sherlock Holmes: That's the whole of it. If you're looking for baby names.
Jim Moriarty: Did you miss me?
Arthur: Yet you called me 'friend'.
Arthur: I warn you, I've been trained to kill since birth.Merlin: Wow. And how long have you been training to be a prat?Arthur: You can't address me like that.Merlin: Sorry. How long have you been training to be a prat, my lord?
Merlin: No. No way. No. No, there must be another Arthur, because this one's an idiot.
Morgana:[to Arthur] And what kind of king do you think Camelot would want? One that would risk his life for a lowly servant, or one that does what his father tells him to?
Uther: Could somebody tell me what happened?Merlin: Well...Uther: Somebody with a brain.
Merlin: Rise and shine!
Arthur: We're supposed to be hunting. It requires speed, stealth and an agile mind!Merlin: So, you're able to get by on two out of three, then.
Arthur: I'd do exactly the same. Well... you've been terrible. Really. I mean it, the worst servant I've ever had. Merlin: Thank you, sire.
Merlin: Listen to me!Arthur: You know me, Merlin, I never listen to you.
Merlin: Just... don't be a prat.
Uther: What’s the nature of this beast?Arthur: Well, it is said to have the body of a lion, the wings of an eagle, and the… face of… a bear.[Merlin struggles not to laugh.]
Arthur: I thought I told you to do that yesterday? Merlin: I didn’t have time, I was cleaning your stables. Arthur: That’s strange, because a little bird told me you were somewhere else. Merlin: Mucking out the stables is strange and a talking bird isn’t? Arthur: Merlin, what’ve we said about you trying to be funny? Merlin: I shouldn't.
Merlin: What are Wildooren? Arthur: They’re like giant – [gestures with hands, and then sees Merlin’s expression and brings his hands much closer together] – baby rats. Merlin: Baby rats? They don’t sound so bad – Arthur: They feast on human flesh. Merlin: Maybe we should go over the mountains…
Merlin: Look on the bright side: you’ve still got me!Arthur: Is that supposed to cheer me up?Merlin: Thought it might.Arthur: You really are a complete idiot, aren’t you Merlin?
Merlin: Arthur's thanking me, Uther's grateful, you're proud... I've never been this popular!Gaius: I'm almost certain it won't last.Merlin: Just let me enjoy the moment.
Arthur: Something's been upsetting you, hasn't it.Merlin: MaybeArthur: Was it when I threw water at you?Merlin: Wasn't very nice.Arthur: It was a bit unfair... Like when you called me "fat".Merlin: Why was that unfair?Arthur: Cause I am not!Merlin: (just smirks)Arthur:...(without warning grabs Merlin in a headlock, rubbing the top of his head with his fist) Still think I need to get in shape?Merlin: (struggling to get away) No, no no no!Arthur:(releases him)Merlin: (laughs)Arthur: That's better.
Merlin: Why don't we disguise him? Arthur: That might just work.. Merlin: We can dress him up as a woman. Arthur: That, on the other hand... Merlin: We can dress him up as a servant. Arthur: THAT'S better.
Arthur: If I need a servant in the next life...Merlin: Don't ask me.
Arthur: Describe dollop-head?Merlin: In two words?Arthur: Yeah.Merlin: Prince Arthur.
Merlin: It is your fate to be the greatest King Camelot has ever known, and your victory today will be remembered for every age until the end of time.Arthur: There are times, Merlin, when you display a sort of - I don't know what it is. I want to say- it's not wisdom. But yes, that's what it is. Don't look so pleased, the rest of the time you look like a complete idiot.
Merlin: Look at what you've got.Arthur: What?-Merlin: You... and me.Arthur: Merlin, what exactly are you going to do?Merlin: I'm going to be at your side - like I always am, protecting you.Arthur: God help me.
Arthur: [Adjusting horse straps] There's no better place to measure the mood of your people, than the local tavern.Merlin: This is one of those moments where I tell you something isn't a good idea and you ignore me, isn't it?Arthur: You're learning Merlin slowly, but, you're learning. [Pause] Now remember, in here, you're not my servant, I'm just a simple peasant like everyone else.[Merlin nods sceptically, turns]Merlin: The simple part's right.Arthur: What?Merlin: I said the sun is very bright.Arthur: [Looks around] Yeah, yeah it is.
Arthur: You look like a startled stoat.Merlin: Yeah? Well, at least I don't look like a bone idle...toad. Let's go.Arthur: Are you saying I look like a toad?Merlin: Yeah, and maybe one day you'll magically transform into a handsome prince...just magic's outlawed, that'll probably never happen. Come on, let's go.Arthur: Merlin! [Merlin turns] I'm the one who gives the orders, remember?Merlin: Yeah. [pause] You ready? Let's go.
Merlin: I've brought you your ceremonial sword.Arthur: Is that for me to fall on?
Merlin: If you really want to know what I think? I think you're mad. I think you're all mad. People should marry for love, not convenience. And if Uther thinks an unhappy king makes for a stronger kingdom, then he's wrong because you may be destined to rule Camelot but you have a choice... as to how you do it.
Arthur: You know, Merlin, you couldn't keep a secret if your life depended on it!Merlin: You'd be surprised!
(Old) Merlin: And you, oh I've heard how you...mistreat your servants! They do everything for you but they don't have any thanks! You are an arrogant prat, with the brain of a donkey and a face of a toad!
Arthur: Merlin?Merlin: Yes?Arthur: Shut up.
Merlin: It's lonely... to be more powerful than any man you know and have to live like a shadow. To... to be special and have to pretend that you're a fool. I know how it feels... I understand.
Arthur: You don't have to put up with the gloating. Do you have any idea what is feels like to live with a man who constantly thinks he's the best?Merlin: Mmh, it's a bit irritating...
Arthur: No, Merlin, I know where we're going. I just can't tell you, that's all.Merlin: Right, 'cause if you do you'll have to kill me, I suppose.Arthur: Immediately and without hesitation.
Merlin: One more minute and you both would have been dead! Neither of you won. Your plan was a half-baked disaster and if it was not for that fire, we would all be pushing up daisies.
Arthur: Merlin?Merlin: No, I don't really fancy it.Arthur: You don't have a choice, Merlin.
Lancelot: You know Merlin, you're the one Arthur should knight. You're the bravest of them all and he doesn't even know it.
Merlin: Maybe it sensed something.Arthur: Yes, that you're a clotpole.Merlin: That's my word.Arthur: Yeah, and it suits you perfectly.
Sir Lancelot: [Confused at Merlin's recovery] You're meant to be... dying.Merlin: Sorry.
Arthur: Lancelot? How's Merlin?Sir Lancelot: Bad news... [Sighs deeply] He's still alive.
Arthur: A good servant's hard to come by. Merlin: I'm not that good. Arthur: True.
Arthur: Are you saying I'm drunk?Merlin: No, I'm just saying, you shouldn't be wandering around the palace.Arthur: And why is that?Merlin: You're not wearing any trousers.
Arthur: Merlin. It's a new day. [Merlin rises.] You've been here all night?Merlin: I didn't want you to feel that you were alone.
Merlin: Arthur thinks he's so sharp, but when I tell him I'm a sorcerer he can't see it!"
Arthur: "It is destiny, my love. Destiny and chicken"
Arthur: Were you born clumsy or do you work at it?
Morgana: Bring back memories of when I used to beat you?
Arthur: If you weren't scared you'd be talking rubbish as usual.
Arthur: We can't leave him here! We have to lift him unto the bed!
Gaius: What else do your powers tell you?
Merlin: No. I'm happy to be your servant, till the day I die.
Arthur : What did you do? I said distract them, not knock them out.
Arthur: Whoa ... what are you doing? (Both their hands are up, as if saying: 'Personal space limits begin right here!')
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