"Some say the Black Rabbit hates us and wants our destruction. But the truth is — or so they taught me — that he, too, serves Lord Frith and does no more than his appointed task — to bring about what must be. We come into the world and we have to go: but we do not go merely to serve the turn of one enemy or another. If that was so we would all be destroyed in a day. We go by the will of the Black Rabbit of Inlé and only by his will. And though that will seems hard and bitter to us all, yet in his way he is our protector, for he knows Frith’s promise to the rabbits and will avenge any rabbit who may chance to be destroyed without the consent of himself. Anyone who has seen a gameskeeper’s gibbet knows what the Black Rabbit can bring down on elil who think they will do what they will."
- Dandelion, Watership Down by Richard Adams, Chapter 31 (via sparkylurkdragon)
Como no recordar este comercial de Chocman.