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Volume 1Edit

Black and WhiteEdit

How very disappointing, Roman.
—Cinder, commenting on Roman Torchwick's failure in a recent operation
We have big plans for you, Roman... All we ask is... a little cooperation.
—Cinder, ordering Roman to continue working with the White Fang

Volume 2Edit

Best Day EverEdit

You'll know what you need when you need to know.
—Cinder, deflecting Roman's question regarding Cinder's group "grand master plan"
Don't think... obey.
—Cinder, to Emerald Sustrai
We're proceeding to phase two.
—Cinder, regarding her plan's progress

ExtracurricularEdit

People assume that she's fated for victory, when she's really taking fate into her own hands.
—Cinder on Pyrrha Nikos' fighting prowess
It's not about overpowering an enemy. It's about taking away what power they have. And we will, in time.
—Cinder, to Emerald

Dance Dance InfiltrationEdit

They'd be scratching their heads long after we finished what we came here for.
—Cinder, to Mercury Black
Enjoy the rest of the night. After all, it is a party.
—Cinder, to Mercury

BreachEdit

All in all, I call today a success.
—Cinder, regarding the Grimm invasion to Vale

Volume 3Edit

Round OneEdit

Even if you know how the story ends, that doesn't make it any less fun to watch.
—Cinder on foregone conclusions

Beginning of the EndEdit

I want to be strong. I want to be feared. I want to be powerful.
—Cinder's opening monologue
You will question everything you know.
—Cinder to Emerald
The Huntsman severed the connection before it was complete… Yes. It's… an emptiness. It burns. Like hunger. I like it… Yes. I will claim what is ours… Thank you.
—Cinder's half of a conversation with an unknown person

PvPEdit

This is not a tragedy. This was not an accident. This is what happens when you hand over your trust, your safety, your children, to men who claim to be our guardians, but are in reality nothing more than men. Our academies' headmasters wield more power than most armies, and one was audacious enough to control both.

They cling to this power in the name of peace, and yet, what do we have here? One nation's attempt at a synthetic army mercilessly torn apart by another's star pupil. What need would Atlas have for a soldier disguised as an innocent little girl? I don't think the Grimm can tell the difference. And what, I ask you, is Ozpin teaching his students? First, a dismemberment, now this? Huntsmen and Huntresses should carry themselves with honor and mercy, yet I have witnessed neither.

Perhaps Ozpin felt as though defeating Atlas in the tournament would help people forget his colossal failure to protect Vale when the Grimm invaded its streets. Or perhaps this was his message to the tyrannical dictator that has occupied an unsuspecting kingdom with armed forces. Honestly, I haven't the slightest clue as to who is right and who is wrong, but I know that the existence of peace is fragile, and the leaders of our kingdoms conduct their business with iron gloves. As someone who hails from Mistral, I can assure you the situation there is equally undesirable.

Our kingdoms are at the brink of war, yet we, the citizens, are left in the dark. So, I ask you, when the first shots are fired, who do you think you can trust?
—Cinder, giving her speech to all who watch Pyrrha tear Penny apart

Battle of BeaconEdit

Beautiful…
—Cinder, admiring the havoc unfolding below
It's horrendous.
—Cinder, sardonically relishing in the chaos she has wrought
Do not miss what happens next.
—Cinder, just before the arrival of the Grimm Dragon

Heroes and MonstersEdit

This whole time... Right beneath our feet...
—Cinder, to Ozpin
She was right about you... Such arrogance...
—Cinder, to Ozpin

End of the BeginningEdit

Shhh... This is your home now.
—Cinder, to the Grimm Dragon
It's unfortunate you were promised a power that was never truly yours. But take comfort in knowing that I will use it in ways you would never had imagined.
—Cinder, to Pyrrha Nikos
WHAT!?!?
—Cinder, on Ruby's activation of her silver eyes
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