... the dimension of the imagination is much more complex than those of space and time, which are very junior dimensions indeed ... (COM)
'We know all about you, Rincewind the magician. You are a man of great cunning and artifice. You laugh in the face of Death. Your affected air of craven cowardice does not fool me.'
It fooled Rincewind. (COM)
'Would you like to die now, or surrender first?' (COM)
Rincewind looked down at him and grinned slowly. It was a wide, manic and utterly humourless rictus. It was the sort of grin that is normally accompanied by small riverside birds wandering in and out, picking scraps out of the teeth. (COM)
A rescue attempt had hitherto been so far at the back of his mind that, if some advanced speculations on the nature and shape of the many-dimensioned multiplexity of the universe were correct, it was right at the front ... (COM)
It is embarrassing to know that one is a god of a world that only exists because every probability curve must have a far end ... (COM)
The Watch were always careful not to intervene too soon in any brawl where the odds were not stacked heavily in their favour. The job carried a pension, and attracted a cautious, thoughtful kind of man. (COM)
… what he didn’t like about heroes was that they were usually suicidally gloomy when sober and homicidally insane when drunk. (COM)
‘I assure you the thought never crossed my mind, lord.’
‘Indeed? Then if I were you I’d sue my face for slander’. (COM)
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