A conqueror should want for nothing less than the world. But to long for something so great, to struggle for it alone, can surely only lead to being crushed or losing it all.
- Part 1 of Pyrrhic Victory
They liked to call him Caesar, but that was his father. They liked to call him Achilles, too, believing him unbeatable, unstoppable. They call him a thousand things and more, for as Crown Prince of Nohr, he wears many titles. But she had called him Orpheus.
His blood is iron, and his heart is glass. Never was he understood. Not even once. Not even by himself. But sometimes, she came close.
- Part 2 of Pyrrhic Victory