"That dream is over! It is time for fear to rule the world!"
"You can't kill fear, Jack."
"Wherever there is hope, I'll turn it into fear."
"My army is ready."
"That dream is over; is time for fear to rule the world."
"What an adorable dream. What's more powerful? It's Fear."
[First line] "Oh, I thought I heard the clippity-clop of a unicorn!"
"What an adorable dream! And look at her- oh! Precious child... so sweet, so full of hope and wonder. Why, there's only one thing missing: a touch of Fear!"
[Upon corrupting Cupcake's dream] "What a pretty little nightmare!"
[To the Man in the Moon] "Don't look at me like that, old friend. you must have known this day would come. My nightmares are finally ready. Are your Guardians?"
"Maybe I want what you have, to be believed in. Maybe I'm tired of hiding under beds!"
[to Bunny] "Oh, go suck an egg, rabbit."
[watching as Sandy is consumed by Nightmares] "I'd say sweet dreams"...but there aren't any left!"
"No Christmas, or Easter, or little fairies that come in the night. There will be nothing but fear, and darkness...and me. It's your turn not to be believed in."
[After Jack destroys his tsunami of nightmares and blasts him to the ground] "Finally! Someone who knows how to have a little fun!"
[To Jack] "No? I don't know what it's like to be cast out? To not be believed in! To long for... a familiy... All those years in the shadows, I thought no one else knows what this feels like... but now I see I was wrong."
"We don't have to be alone Jack. I believe in you. And I know children will too."
"We won't be needing any Christmas toys this year, thank you. Nor ever again!" [a yeti groans as he has just finished repainting a giant stack of toys.]
"So, what do you think, Jamie, do you believe in the Boogey-?"
"You can't get rid of me! Not forever! There will always be fear!"
"Really? Then what are they doing here?"
[As he is attacked and dragged back into his lair by his Nightmares] "Hr? Ah! Noooo! No, no, no! Ahaaa! Nooooooo!"
Jack: "What did you do?"
Pitch: "More to the point. what did you do?"
Pitch: "What goes together better than cold and dark? We can make them believe! We'll give them a world where everything! Everything is-"
Jack: "Pitch Black?"
Pitch: "...And Jack Frost too. They'll believe in both of us."
"This is all that's left of your precious wizard."
"In time..., in time you'll be mine."
"May I be your apprentice too, Master Ombric? I learned your spells of enslavement quickly enough!"
"You're my slaves now! My little puppets."
"Now tell me of this weapon you seek."
"You pathetic toys. Are you useless to me?"
"The weapon is here- that much is certain. In time I'll find it. All the magic I may need is in those books of yours. I need no tutor."
"Little man, how useless you've become. (turns to Katherine) I once had a Fearling prince slip out of my grasp, but it won't happen again. But before I turn you into a Fearling princess, I want to hear one last scream. (turns to a Fearling) Crush him. Now."
"What a feisty Fearling you'll be."
"How does it feel to have your own invention best you in every way?"
"I've scuttled whole planets, burglar. You're just another inconvenience."
"What sort of trick is this? I can slice you in two before you can lift a sword."
"I'll keep the djinni as a gift. Let's just say it 'suits' me."
"Thought I was done for, didn't you? No, my dear. It's your so-called Guardians who will be destroyed."
"You preyed on my weakness, and that was very clever. But soon I'll be rid of any weakness. Your Golden Age, will become the Age of Nightmares!"
"That's exactly right. The Man in the Moon's toys are of some use to me. But the prize I seek is of greater value- much greater. With it I can make an undefeatable army."
"They've abandoned you, their precious Katherine. To me. Your rightful place is at my side. Everyone's known that from the very moment you reminded me that I once had a daughter. I lost her, just like you lost your parents."
"You long for that, don't you? For the love of a parent- a father. I can give that to you... The locket- you know the one- it has your face in it now. You've seen it in your dreams, haven't you? You couldn't count on your parents. They left you. When you were just a baby. What kind of parents do THAT? And your friends- your Guardians- why, you can see for yourself that they aren't coming. Without me, you'd be alone. Abandoned. Again."