Rogue One Quotes

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“The Force is with me,” he repeated. “And I am with the Force.” Did he believe the words? Did it matter? Had it ever mattered?”
Alexander Freed, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

“I’m not used to people sticking around when things go bad,” she said, by way of explanation.”
Alexander Freed, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

“There is more than one sort of prison, Captain," Chirrut said. "I sense that you carry yours wherever you go.”
Alexander Freed, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

“I don’t need luck,” Chirrut said. “I have you.”
Alexander Freed, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

“Chirrut shrugged mildly. “The Force did protect me.” “I protected you,” his partner replied.”
Alexander Freed, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

“She dominated his thinking nonetheless. Cassian believed neither pity nor pragmatism explained it.”
Alexander Freed

James Luceno
“You don’t mind that the war will go on and on?”
“Palpatine could have prevented it. Now it’s up to people like you to end it.”
Tarkin nodded. “And so we shall.”
James Luceno, Catalyst: A Rogue One Novel

Gary Whitta
“More than anything, he wanted them to know that even though they would grow up never knowing their father, it was not for the lack of his love for them. No, it was because he loved them so, because he was determined they have the life they deserved, that he had given everything to help secure it for them. That was the most bitter irony of war: The greatest acts of love for your family were the ones that kept you apart from them.”
Gary Whitta, From a Certain Point of View

“Stardust," Jyn said. "It's that one."
"How do you know that?" Curiosity and urgency mixed in his voice, as if he wanted to say: Be sure.
Jyn was sure. "I know because it's me.”
Alexander Freed, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

“Be careful not to choke on your aspirations, Director," the voice from the abyss said.”
Alexander Freed

“The office on the other end of the comm was squawking at him. Bodhi ignored it.
"Rogue One," he declared, "pulling away!”
Alexander Freed, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

“I am one with the Force; the Force is with me.”
Star Wars: Rogue One

“He saw a figure in white robes near the bridge entrance and turned the tape over in his hand. He approached the woman and said, his tone respectful, "Your Highness. The transmission we received..."
The woman looked toward him. He'd seen her face many times before, knew it well. She was young, seemed younger every day, even as her responsibilities grew and grew.
He held out his hand. Childlike fingers took the tape.
"What is it they've sent us?" he asked.
Prince Leia Organa looked at him as if he'd placed another burden on her shoulders - another responsibility to add to a count of thousands - and she was proud to bear it.
"Hope," she said.
Raymus believed her.”
Alexander Freed, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

“Hope?" She eyed Cassian dubiously. "Is that the best the Rebel Intelligence can do?"
Cassian might as well have shrugged. "Rebellions are built on hope," he said”
Alexander Freed, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

“Those whom Chirrut trusted, Baze could find a reason to trust as well.”
Alexander Freed

“Does he look like a killer?"

She was watching Cassian and Bodhi descend into the mud when she heard Chirrut's voice. She turned to look and saw he was speaking to Baze.

"No," Baze said, after a moment of thought. "He has the face of a friend."

"Who are you talking about?" she asked.

Baze eyed her appraisingly. "Captain Andor," he said, flat.

She should have been irritated by the curt explanation. Instead she could only muster vague confusion. "Why do you ask that?" she said, looking to Chirrut now. "What do you mean, Does he look like a killer?"

"The Force moves darkly near a creature that's about to kill," Chirrut answered.”
Alexander Freed, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story