Zitat – Urges
Preiss: Do you like women, Herr Knight?
Gabriel Knight: I’ve been known to.
Baron Friederich Von Glower: What separates man from every other species on the planet? Civilization! Oh, its not a bad thing, human society, but it has come at a terrible price. Through civilization we have lost our physical self, our sensory perception, our instinct if you will. We became fat and lazy, a dull rusted blade.
Gabriel Knight: And those on the good days.
Gabriel Knight: What do you think of the club philosophy?
Preiss: It works, doesn’t it?
Gabriel Knight: Does it?
Preiss: We’re all animals! Why deny it?
Gabriel Knight: So you don’t believe in suppressing anything?
Preiss: Why would I want to suppress my urges? If your body wants something, it must be natural.
Gabriel Knight: Well what if you get the natural urge to rip someones throat out, shouldn’t they suppress?
Preiss: Well, fortunatly my insticts are to pleasure, of the equally sticky, but less fatal kind.
Gabriel Knight: What about those whose instincts are fatal. Shouldn’t they suppress?
Preiss: I believe that nature, handles that situation when it occurs, Herr Knight.
Gabriel Knight: How?
Preiss: In the wild when a member of society does not conform, he is hunted down and executed. End of mutant instinct, and its genetic bloodline.