• The Exile: This is exciting! Are you a good guy now? Do you ever miss Malak? I hope everyone doesn't hate me. Do you ever worry about people hating you? I don't.
  • Revan: I don't remember you this.
  • The Exile: Yeah, well I don't remember you being anything but a huge dick, but here you are being cool, so people change. How long is this gonna take, anyway? You have any music? Man, it feels good to talk to somebody again. Can I be the DJ? Is there a bathroom on this ship? Can I drive? I thought I was gonna go craaaazy on Malachor for a while there, but I'm sane as a fiddle. How many people have you killed? Where did you grow up? Do you ever get lonely?
  • Revan: Please stop talking.
  • The Exile: You got any brothers or sisters? Did you kill any of your brothers or sisters? Do you have issues sharing? Can I drive?

Was an outcast among men for being raised by elves…but was also an outcast among elves for being a mortal man

Was a ragged Ranger of the North but was also heir to the throne of a kingdom in the South

A mortal man who married an elf 

 A warrior but also a healer

 A man who lived far longer than ordinary men but was not immortal like the elves 

A man who spent years wandering Middle Earth protecting different peoples not under his own name, but under the names they gave him (Thorongil, Strider, Elessar), becoming whoever they needed him to be: always a hero but always an outcast, among them but not one of them

Who always walked between all the different worlds of Middle Earth, unable to fully belong to any of them

“Somehow, even in the worst of times, the tiniest fragments of good survive. It was the grip in which one held those fragments that counted.”
Melina Marchetta, Finnikin of the Rock