There are so many memorable quotes from the anime Spice and Wolf, but which ones stood out to you the most? Since it's just a great anime, let's rank the best quotes from Spice and Wolf, with the help of your votes. These memorable Spice and Wolf quotes can be from any character in the series, whether they are a main character like Horo, or even a side character like Marc Cole.
Based on the light novel by Isuna Hasekura and Ju Ayakura, Spice and Wolf is a fantasy romance series that deals with subject matter rarely seen in the genre, such as economics and trading. Horo is a wolf deity who feels forgotten by her village. Times have changed. The people of Pasloe no longer need a wolf deity to bless them for a successful harvest. With no one left to worship her, Horo decides to go back to her northern home of Yoitsu, while also observing how much the outside world has changed. Aiding her is a traveling merchant named Kraft Lawrence, who is getting closer to opening up a shop of his own, thanks to Horo's knowledge and charisma. As the two travel together, they realize there's something more meaningful between them than their business skills. Airing for 13 episodes, Spice and Wolf ran in 2008 from January 9th to March 26th.
One of the most inspirational quotes from Spice and Wolf is spoken by Horo: "No matter the journey, when you come to a fork in the road, you must decide in an instant which path to take." Use your votes to let other fans of Spice and Wolf know what your favorite quotes from the series are. You can also downvote any Spice and Wolf quotes that you didn't like as much.
"No matter the journey, when you come to a fork in the road, you must decide in an instant which path to take."
"There were two kinds of strength. One was the strength that came with having something to protect. The other was the strength of having nothing to lose."
"If you're looking at a single withered tree, it can seem like a big wound to the forest. But from the forest's perspective, that tree's remains will nourish other plants, acting for the good of the whole forest. If you change your perspective, a situation right in front of you, can reverse itself."