The Witch: Fate be changed, look inside. Mend the bond torn by pride.
Princess Merida: Sorry, I don’t speak Bear.
Princess Merida: There comes a day when I don’t have to be a Princess. No rules, no expectations. A day where anything can happen. A day where I can change my fate.
Young Merida: I saw a Willo the Wisp!
Queen Elinor: A Willo the Wisp? You know, some say that Willo the Wisps can lead you to your fate.
Princess Merida: I didn’t ask her to change you into a bear! I just asked her to change… you.
Princess Merida: Mom, you’ll never guess what I did, today!
Queen Elinor: What’s that dear?
Princess Merida: I climbed up the Crown’s Tooth and drank from the fire falls.
King Fergus: Did you, now? They say only the Ancient Kings were brave enough to drink the fire.
Queen Elinor: Merida, a princess does not set her weapons on the table.
Princess Merida: Mom, it’s just my bow!
Queen Elinor: A princess should not have weapons in my opinion.
King Fergus: Princess or not. Learning to fight is essential!
Queen Elinor: Pretend I’m Merida, speak to me.
King Fergus: I don’t want to get married, I want to stay single and let my hair flow in the wind as I ride through the glen firing arrows into the sunset.
Princess Merida: I am Merida, and I’ll be shooting for my own hand.
Princess Merida: I want my freedom!
Queen Elinor: But are you willing to pay the price your freedom will cost?
Princess Merida: There are those who say fate is something beyond our command. That destiny is not our own, but I know better. Our fate lives within us, you only have to be brave enough to see it.
Princess Merida: If you had a chance to change your fate, would you?