Posts Tagged ‘Kerrigan’
Supreme – Leviathan Scenes
Kerrigan: Izsha, what is a primal zerg doing on my leviathan?
Dehaka: I am Dehaka. One-who-collects. I kill, I take essence. Now I come to you because I feel your change. All Zerus feels it. All Zerus fears it, and you.
Kerrigan: But you don’t fear me, do you, Dehaka?
Dehaka: You shine. You will bring more essence, and I will follow. When you do not, I will not.
Kerrigan: Well, I’ve forged alliances on shakier ground than that. Very well, you can stay. Betray me and I’ll collect your essence.
Dehaka – New Conversation
Kerrigan: Do you think the remaining pack leaders will join me now?
Dehaka: They are a rock, a tree, a hill. They will stand against the wind. They seek power.
Kerrigan: And you?
Dehaka: I am a river, I flow. I seek essence.
Kerrigan: Well the pack leaders have no chance against the Swarm now.
Dehaka: They gather essence for thousands of years. They are blinded. But they are not foolish.
Zurvan – New Conversation
Zurvan: You have been reborn. A primal pack leader of boundless power.
Kerrigan: I feel as if I can rip worlds apart.
Zurvan: And are you the equal of Amon, who once controlled you?
Kerrigan: He never controlled me. I felt … an influence. A trace of something dark, but long gone. Amon must have died before I was infested.
Zurvan: I hope it is so. For he truly could rip worlds apart.
Abathur – New Converation
Abathur: Genetic strands different. Restructured from base level up.
Stronger than Queen of Blades. Sequences complex but clean. Completely different at core.
Kerrigan: Yes, I am different. I am my own master. When the xel’naga artifact made me human again, it cleansed me of Amon’s influence. And that allowed me to become … something greater.
Abathur: Must take sample. Study new sequences.
Kerrigan: Don’t even try, Abathur. What I am now, is beyond your comprehension.
Abathur: Difficult to admit. New structure beyond understanding. Will return to work.
Planet Zerus – Leviathan Scenes
Zurvan: You have questions.
Kerrigan: The primal zerg say the Swarm is corrupted. What did the fallen xel’naga, Amon, do to us?
Zurvan: He desired our strength, the ability to steal essence. But we were independent… We would not follow. And so he bound the zerg to a single overriding will. They lost their identity, and became his slaves.
Kerrigan: The hive mind. That’s Amon’s corruption?
Zurvan: It is, and a terrible fate for a strong primal zerg.
Izsha: My queen, why did we wake the Ancient One? Its power outstrips even yours.
Kerrigan: The Ancient One is the key to unlocking the power of Zerus, and I need that knowledge.
Izsha: Will it not destroy us?
Kerrigan: It’s called a gamble. It’s something terrans do, when their instincts tell them the time is right.
Izsha: I see. Just as when the terran James Raynor came to Char to return you to your original form?
Kerrigan: Yes, just like that. The thing about gambles, Izsha, is that sometimes you lose.
Abathur: Primal zerg. Unacceptable. Must be wiped clean. No trace left. Destroy primal zerg.
Kerrigan: What are you talking about?
Abathur: Saw ranged primal zerg creatures on battlefield? Based on hydralisk! Primal zerg stole design from Swarm! Swarm on planet for hours, days, already being replicated!
Kerrigan: Abathur, are you upset?
Abathur: Unacceptable! Swarm’s power, ability to assimilate strengths. Primal zerg must not take from us!
Kerrigan: Don’t worry about it. They’ll be on our side before I am done here.
Kerrigan: I sense something. An ancient consciousness … sleeping.
Zeratul: The Ancient One. A primal zerg who witnessed the creation of the Overmind.
Kerrigan: You want me to awaken it, don’t you?
Zeratul: If you truly seek the power of Zerus, you will need the Ancient One.
Izsha: My queen, enemy primals are massing nearby. They are going to attack us.
Zeratul: They wish to stop you from speaking with the Ancient One. What will you do?
Kerrigan: What my enemies fear most. Always.
Zeratul: YOu are on the path, and no longer need my guidance. You will not see me again, Kerrigan.
Kerrigan: So this is the Ancient One.
Izsha: To awaken this creature, we must feed it.
Kerrigan: There’s a lot of biomass here. We’ll kill these quillgor and have drones harvest meat from their corpses. Once the drone is done harvesting, it will drag the biomass to the ancient.
Brakk: Brakk speaks now! You intrude on my territory, corrupt zerg! We will devour your flesh!
Izsha: Warning. A force of primal zerg fliers is preparing to assault the hive cluster.
Abathur: Mutalisks reconstituted. Ready for your armies. Will destroy primal guardians.
Izsha: Primal zerg forces are massing nearby. They are likely to attack again.
Kerrigan: Let them try.
Kerrigan: This pack of quillgor is our first target. Let’s move out.
Izsha: Quillgor located. We must move quickly if we are to secure their biomass.
Izsha: A drone can harvest biomass from this quillgor. The process is slow, and our drone will be vulnerable. We must protect it while it harvests.
Kerrigan: We need to harvest this biomass quickly!
Brakk: She must not wake the ancient! Destroy the meat! Leave her nothing!
Kerrigan: We have to stop them. Our forces can intercept their raiding parties.
Izsha: Primal zerg forces incoming. Our drone must be protected. Primal forces are attacking quillgor biomass.
Brakk: Your arrogance is unacceptable! Zerus will consume you!
Kerrigan: I’m sensing something primal nearby, but it’s small.
Abathur: Primal essence pool. Strong sequences. Approach, absorb essence. Will augment strength.
Kerrigan: I feel stronger. This must be the power Zeratul spoke of.
Izsha: Brakk’s forces have destroyed quillgor biomass.
Brakk: Your Swarm is mindless. The primal zerg descend upon you!
Izsha: It is dangerous to harvest from multiple corpses. The primal zerg are sure to attack our drones.
Brakk: You grow greedy! It shall be your downfall!
Abathur: Primal organism detected. Function similar to hive, spawns primals. Annihilation recommended.
Izsha: A drone is under attack by Brakk’s forces.
Izsha: Primal forces are attacking quillgor biomass.
Izsha: We should morph units that can attack flying units. Morphing hydralisks or queens will allow us to destroy the enemy’s fliers.
Brakk: This ends now, corrupt zerg! I will kill you myself!
Kerrigan: Defend the hive cluster!
Brakk: Your empty minions are no match for the might of the primal zerg.
Ancient One: I return.
Kerrigan: Ancient One! I am here for the power of Zerus. I will sacrifice anything to achieve my goal. You will help me.
Ancient One: Your Swarm bears the mark of Amon, the fallen xel’naga, who came to Zerus long ago. He forged the zerg into a weapon, and took them away. Yet some of us were hidden, overlooked. We multiplied. We remain pure. If you seek our power, you must become primal zerg. You must become pure.
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.
Note: The Voidseeker approaches the zerg Leviathan.
Kerrigan is meditating and detects a familiar psionic presence. Her zergling pet reacts.
Note: Zeratul decloaks. Kerrigan rushes toward him with anger, and punches him in the chest, followed by a roundkick to the face which knocks him back violently.
Before Zeratul lands, Kerrigan telekinetically stops his body mid-air, and slams him against a pillar behind her.
Zeratul lands on his knees and hands.
Kerrigan jumps about 15 feet high like a superhero and her right fist flares up with telekinetic force slamming against Zeratul with such a strength his shield resonates as if hit by a sonic boom.
Kerrigan is pushed back with the momentum of her punch.
Kerrigan runs toward Zeratul and lands another telekinetic-powered punch on his chest, catapulting him clear through the pillar.
Zeratul’s body finally lands on the ground on his back.
Kerrigan grabs his chest piece and pulls him slightly off the ground.
Kerrigan: What do you want?
Note: Zeratul doesn’t respond. Kerrigan becomes frustrated and anger shoots through her spine, powering another telekinetic punch aimed at Zeratul’s face. Before she lands the punch, Zeratul’s right hand grabs her entire face to mindmeld.
Note: The camera aims on Kerrigan’s right eye, and zooms in into her corneas, showing a point of view that warps in into an unknown space sector. Kerrigan is now seeing through the eyes of Zeratul aboard the Voidseeker.
A green planet appears before her.
Zeratul: Kerrigan … I have been to the beginning. Behold … Zerus! Birthplace of the zerg. Here the zerg evolved, and here the dark one altered them.
Those left behind are the primal zerg. They fight. They kill. They evolve.
Note: The scene shown is two primal zergs fighting each other. One wins, eats its contender and evolves in real-time growing new eyes, and other features throughout its body.
The scene zooms out into orbit and through Kerrigan’s right eye back to the here and now, while Zeratul’s hand rests on her face.
Zeratul: Just as you must … if you survive.