The Voidseeker and the Leviathan arrive to planet Zerus.
Zeratul: The power of Zerus called you here.
Kerrigan: My need to see Mengsk dead called me here. These zerg will help me destroy Korhal.
Zeratul: You must let Zerus remake you, Kerrigan! The final war nears, and there is little time.
Kerrigan: I don’t have to do a damn thing. I will not be a pawn in your prophecies.
Zeratul: But you will do anything to have your revenge?
Zeratul: Then that is enough.
Void Seeker Conversation
Kerrigan: Why are you helping, Zeratul? You have more cause to hate me than most.
Zeratul: The xel’naga wish you restored as the leader of the Swarm.
Kerrigan: You know I don’t believe in your mad prophecies.
Zeratul: Your belief is not required. I act for the greater good, though it earns me the hatred of my own people.
Kerrigan: Spare me your self-pity, Zeratul. Everyone has to make peace with their own choices.
Zeratul: I made my peace long ago. When we are done here, I will return to my people, and accept their judgment.
Kerrigan: We all have to pay for our actions someday. I guess your day is almost here.
Kerrigan: I’m looking through the eyes of my overlords. These primal zerg are fascinating. They show no signs of age.
Izsha: All organisms age. Even zerg.
Kerrigan: But the primals feed off the essence of individuals. They’re in a state of constant evolution. They don’t die.
Izsha: Until they are killed by another primal.
Kerrigan: True. The most successful hunters among them must be incredibly ancient. And incredibly dangerous.