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{Y:i}In ancient times, the land|lay covered in forests,
{Y:i}where, from ages long past,|dwelt the spirits of the gods.
{Y:i}Back then, man and beast|lived in harmony,
{Y:i}but as time went by, most|of the great forests were destroyed.
{Y:i}Those that remained were guarded|by gigantic beasts...
{Y:i}who owed their allegiance|to the Great Forest Spirit,
{Y:i}for those were the days|of gods and demons.
Yakul! Come on, boy.
- Girls!|- Ashitaka!
There's something strange going on.|You have to hurry.
The wise woman wants everybody back|to the village at once.
- We just came from Ji-san.|- Did he see something?
Yes, in the forest.|Something's wrong.
- The birds have gone.|- The animals too.
I'll go to the watchtower|and check with Ji-san.
You three hurry back home|and be quick about it.
All right.|Be careful!
Something's there.
- Ji-san, did you see it too?|- I did. It isn't human.
The wise woman's calling everybody|back to the village.
There. Look.
- It's some kind of demon!|- A demon?
Run, Yakul! Run!
It's headed for the village.|I've got to stop it.
{Y:i}Prince Ashitaka, wait!|Be careful!
That thing is cursed!|Don't let it touch you!
Here, Yakul!
Calm your fury, o mighty lord!
Whatever you may be, god or demon,|please leave us in peace!
- The monster!|- Come on!
Go back! Please!|Leave our village alone!
Stop! Please! Stop!
Get up!
- Run!|- Come on! Hurry!
- He killed it!|- Ashitaka!
- Fetch the wise woman!|- Don't put the fire out yet.
Are you all right?
- Kaya, don't touch it. This wound is evil.|- The prince has been hurt.
{Y:i}- Where is the wise woman?|- Here she comes!
You must keep away from him, all of you.|Everyone, stay back.
- What shall we do?|- Take this and pour it over his wound, child, slowly.
All right.
O nameless god|of rage and hate,
I bow before you.
A mound will be raised and funeral rites|performed on this ground where you have fallen.
Pass on in peace|and bear us no hatred.
Disgusting little creatures,
soon all of you|will feel my hate...
and suffer|as I have suffered.
I'm afraid this is very bad.
The stones tell me the boar god|came from far to the west.
He had some kind of poison inside him,|driving him mad,
a poisonous hatred that consumed|his heart and flesh...
and turned him|into a demon monster.
- Prince Ashitaka?|- Yes?
{Y:i}Show everyone|your right arm.
What's it mean?
My prince, are you|prepared to learn...
what fate the stones|have foretold you?
Yes, I was prepared the very|moment that I let my arrow fly.
The infection will spread throughout|your whole body, bone and flesh alike.
{Y:i}It will cause you great pain|and then kill you.
Is there no way|we can stop it?
The prince got that wound by defending|our village and saving our lives!
Do we just sit here|and watch him die?
You cannot alter|your fate, my prince.
However, you can rise|to meet it, if you choose.
Look at this.
This iron ball was found|in the boar's body.
{Y:i}This is what hurt him so.
{Y:i}It shattered his bones and|burned its way deep inside him.
{Y:i}This is what turned him|into a demon.
There is evil at work in the land|to the west, Prince Ashitaka.
It's your fate to go there and see what|you can see with eyes unclouded by hate.
{Y:i}You may find a way|to lift the curse.
{Y:i}- You understand?|- Yes.
We are the last|of the Emishi.
It's 500 years since the Emperor|destroyed our tribe...
and drove the remnants|of our people to the east.
Some managed to survive here|for all these years,
but the blood of our tribe has grown|thinner and weaker with each generation.
Now our last prince must cut his|hair and leave us, never to return?
{Y:i}Sometimes I think the gods|are laughing at us.
Our laws forbid us from watching you go,|Ashitaka.
Whatever comes to pass now,|you are dead to us forever.
- Ashitaka!|- Kaya, what are you doing here? You know it's forbidden.
Do you think|I care about that?
I came to give you this so you won't|forget your little sister.
Your crystal dagger.|Kaya, I can't take this.
Please, keep it with you,|brother, to protect you.
You must take it with you. Please, I want|you to have it, so you won't... forget.
Kaya, you know I could|never forget you.
A battle?
{Y:i}No. A massacre.
Where are you going?|Come back here, you coward!
They're unarmed! Move in!
{Y:i}Look! Up there, on the hill!
- It's a warrior!|- Good! His head is mine!
You! Stop!
{Y:i}- My arm! What's happening to me?|- Stop him!
Hurry! Stop him|before he gets away!
Let me pass!|I'm warning you!
A demon.
The mark is|getting bigger.
{Y:i}- Who's that?|- I've never seen him.
Are you selling soup|or donkey piss?
{Y:i}Mommy! Look!
There he is now.
{Y:i}I wouldn't get too close to him.
- Will this be enough?|- Hey! What are you trying to pull?
This isn't money.|Give me back my rice, you little thief.
- Excuse me, but might I inspect that?|- Go ahead.
Mmm? My God!
But this is a lump of pure gold,|you silly woman!
However, if it's money you want, I'll pay for|the rice and take this nugget off your hands.
What do ya say?
My good people, is there a money changer|who could tell us how much this is worth?
No? All right.
Now, I'm just a monk, but I'd|say three bags of rice at least.
That's right, maybe even more. Hey,|wait a minute. Where are you going?
Where are you going?|Give me my gold!
Hey! You can't|just rush off now.
We've only just met.
We have got your rice,|and everything's fine.
You're a man of few words.|I understand.
Don't you even think of thanking me.|It was my pleasure.
In fact, I should be|thanking you, really.
{Y:i}You see, I was caught in that battle.|I saw what you did to those samurai.
{Y:i}You fight like a demon.|Where'd you learn to fight like that?
I see you noticed|we're being followed.
That's what we get for waving that|gold nugget around.
{Y:i}They'll wait till we're asleep,|then slit our throats.
What to you say we give 'em a little|demonstration of how fast we can run, huh?
So the demon monster turned out to be|a giant boar.
I followed its trail westward through|the mountains...
to where the samurai were attacking|those villagers.
- But then...|- You lost it. That's life.
See this place here?
When I came here last, a few years back,|this was a lovely little village.
{Y:i}But then there must have been|a flood or a landslide or a fire.
{Y:i}The only sure thing|is that everybody's dead.
These days, there are|angry ghosts all around us,
dead from wars,|sickness, starvation.
And nobody cares.
So you say you're under a curse?|So what? So's the whole damn world.
Mmm! Ahh!
I was wrong to fight in that village.|Two men are dead because of me.
{Y:i}Samurai thugs.|You win some, you lose some.
Hand me your bowl. My point is,|everybody dies. Some now, some later.
From brothel girl|to Emperor.
I've heard them say that the Emperor|has promised...
an entire hill of gold to anyone|who can help him live forever.
Beautiful bowl.|I've seen one other like it.
Have you ever heard of the Emishi|people? They're said to ride red elks.
{Y:i}They also use stone arrowheads|just like you.
Of course, they were all|wiped out 500 years ago.
Don't worry.|I won't tell anyone where you're from.
Anyway, I've got|much bigger fish to fry.
Have you ever come across|anything like this before?
Never have.
It came from the giant boar.|It was inside him.
I'm sure it was that little ball of iron|that killed him.
There's a place high in the mountains|far to the west of here.
It's where the spirit of the forest dwells,|and it's a very dangerous place for humans.
- To enter there is certain death.|- The Spirit of the Forest?
I've been told the beasts there are all|giants, just as they were in the dawn of time.
See ya there, my friend. Mmm.
Hyah! Move! Hyah!
Hyah! Come on!|Watch the load!
Push him!|Hyah! Ha!
The sooner we get this rice home,|the sooner we eat. Let's move!
Coming this way! Wolves!
Don't let the oxen panic! Stay calm!|Take up your positions!
Keep your powder dry.
{Y:i}Make sure you wait for them|to come within range!
- Ready! And fire!|- Fire!
- They're getting away!|- Fire!
{Y:i}- Second round! Fire!|- Fire!
That was it?|They weren't so big.
They're just pups.|Wait till you see their mother.
Where are they?
It's Moro!
Come on.
{Y:i}Ha, ha!|We killed her!
You forget she is a god.|It will take more than that.
- She certainly did some damage.|- We move out now.
What about the men|she pushed over the cliff?
{Y:i}They're dead.|Let's get the living home.
He's still breathing.
Hang on.
My name is Ashitaka!
I have traveled far|from lands to the east.
Are you ancient gods, and have I come at|last to the realm of the Spirit of the Forest?
Go away.
A kodama! I never thought|I'd see one of them here.
{Y:i}Oh, no, no, no, no!
Easy there. You don't want|to make your injuries worse, do you?
{Y:i}Oh, no!
He's a tree spirit.|He brings good luck.
It's a sign|this forest is healthy.
But they'll lead their lord|and master right to us.
Who do you mean?|You mean those wolves I just saw?
{Y:i}- No, I mean a real monster,|like a huge enormous deer,
{Y:i}Except they say it's got a human face|sometimes, and then at night they say it...
Where'd it go?
{Y:i}Look! Reinforcements! We're doomed!
Oh, no!
If Yakul's not afraid, then we have|nothing to worry about here.
Would you be kind enough to grant us|passage through your forest, little one?
Sir, I really think|we should turn around now.
I wonder, did I mention that no humans|have ever made it through these woods alive?
There's a lovely trail|back across the river.
The current's too swift|for us to get across,
and your friend's injuries|are very bad.
If we don't get him back soon,|he doesn't have a chance.
Hey, little fellow, are you showing us|the way or just getting us more lost?
Please, sir, I'm really pretty sure|they're not trying to help us get home.
Oh, my God!|There's thousands of them.
Look at that. That must be|their mother, a fine old tree.
Oh. This place is magical.
The tracks of those wolves|and the girl with them.
This place must be where|the four of them live.
Sir, I think maybe we took|a wrong turn somewhere.
This is a place|for gods and demons.
I think we're safe.|We'll rest a bit.
More tracks?
Whatever made these|made them recently.
Sir! What's going on?|Are you all right?
Uh, sir, what|just happened there?
You went white as a sheet|all of a sudden.
{Y:i}- I warned you about this place.|- Here.
{Y:i}- Did you see anything just then?|- Like what?
Forget it.
Hang on just a little longer.|You're almost home.
I failed her.
{Y:i}It's gone,
whatever it was.
That's strange.|Suddenly he doesn't feel heavy at all.
My arm!|It doesn't hurt!
It's healed!|No, it's still broken.
Sir, you were right. We made it|back home just like you said!
It's a fortress.
{Y:i}It's Lady Eboshi's Irontown. We make|iron here from the ore in the sand.
{Y:i}Hey, there!|Hello, it's me!
- Look there!|- Hello!
- Someone's come out of the woods.|- Is it the Wolf Girl?
Look! It's me!|Kohroku, the ox driver!
- It's Kohroku! He's alive!|- Kohroku's alive!
- It's true! Kohroku's still alive!|- Let's go see!
Quiet! Stop that noise!
I'm trying to tally these accounts here,|so shut up!
- Haven't you heard? Kohroku's come back from the dead!|- What?
- There they are!|- There he is!
That's it.
- This is unbelievable.|- Where are the others, Kohroku?
- Yes, is my son with you?|- I'm afraid we're the only ones who made it.
{Y:i}It's never the guards that die.
Stand aside.
That man in the weird costume, sir?|Who do you think it could be?
He's obviously an outsider.
- Be careful.|- Listen to me, everyone!
This stranger saved our lives. He carried|the rifleman all the way back here.
You should be grateful to him.|Ow! Hey, watch the arm.
Hold it right there.
I'm very grateful for you bringing|these men back to us, stranger,
but something|doesn't smell right.
You got back almost as fast as we did|and through the forbidden forest.
On top of that, you did it|with two badly injured men,
- and you want me to believe that you...|- Kohroku! Kohroku!
{Y:i}- You're alive!|- Toki, my love!
That's just great! How are you gonna|drive the ox now all banged up and mangled?
{Y:i}- But, my little flower...|- You scared me half to death.
{Y:i}Don't you "little flower" me.|I wish the wolves had eaten you.
{Y:i}Then maybe I could have|found a real husband!
Sweetness, can we|discuss this later?
Toki, save your sweet nothings|for some other time.
And as for you, Gonza, a fine|captain of the guard you are,
always strutting and throwing your|weight around once the danger's over.
You never do a lick|of work around here.
That's unfair and untrue.
Thanks, stranger. My husband's an|idiot, but I'm glad he's safe and sound.
That's a relief. I was starting to think I'd|done something wrong by bringing him back home.
Say, why don't you take the mask off?|I bet you're really handsome.
Bring the stranger|to me later.
I would like|to thank him personally.
- Kohroku.|- Uh, yes?
{Y:i}- I'm happy you're back, and I apologize.|- Uh, okay.
Uh-oh, milady, you really shouldn't|tell him things like that.
If you're too nice to him,|he'll walk all over you.
I hope you'll forgive me, too, Toki. I was|responsible. I should never have let it happen.
Oh, that's all right. Milady,|if you hadn't been there,
the wolves would have eaten everyone, and then|we'd all have to find ourselves new husbands.
Get some rest, traveler.|I will see you this evening.
Oh, hey! You're not handsome,|you're gorgeous!
Here! You know, they had to fight off|wolves to get this rice through.
Just dish it out!
There he is!
- Where is he?|- Over there in the back.
Toki was right.|He is handsome.
- Yeah, not bad.|- But he's so young!
{Y:i}That never stopped you before.
Quiet out there!|We lost some good men today.
Yeah, there's lots of|gorgeous men in here, honey!
I've seen cattle|that looked better.
Listen, stranger.|Why don't you come over to our place?
You don't want to stay|in this stinking old barn.
Look, woman! We risked our lives|to bring you the rice...
you're all eating tonight,|so watch your mouth.
And who made the iron that paid|for that rice, huh? Tell me that.
Yeah, we're pumping those bellows|while you pigs are in bed.
Actually, if it's not too much trouble,|ladies, I would like to see where you work.
- You would?|- We'll have to work in makeup tonight.
Lend me your lipstick.
- Don't be a stranger.|- Don't forget now.
We'll be waiting for you.
It's best not to pay them|any mind, you know.
Lady Eboshi spoils them rotten.|That's why they're like that.
They say that happy women|make a happy village.
Happy? Ha!|Those kind of women workin' here?
Women like that... It's a disgrace.|They defile the iron.
Lady Eboshi goes around buying the|contract of every brothel girl she can find.
Milady has a kind heart,|that's all.
You got rice|on your chin, old man.
It's true. Everything here has turned|upside-down since she showed up.
That's right. She's not even afraid|of the gods, that woman.
You should have seen the way she dealt|with Nago. Am I right?
- Who's Nago?|- "Who's Nago?" The gigantic boar god.
He used to rule|this whole forest.
We couldn't even get near the mountains|with him around.
Nothing to do but sit around|on our backsides for months,
starin' at a bunch|of angry boars.
Mm-hmm. See, the iron in the sand|under this town had all been dug out.
Then we tried to get at the iron under the|mountain, but Nago wasn't gonna stand for that.
The problem was, before we could dig for|the iron, we had to clear away the forest,
and that's what|made the boar angry.
He's feeling no pain.
Then one day Lady Eboshi came along|with her warriors and her rifles.
Young man, what's wrong?
Is something|hurting your arm?
No, I was just thinking|about the boar god.
I was thinking how he must|have died filled with hate.
Forgive me for keeping you|waiting, stranger.
That's good iron.
We were running behind|with tomorrow's shipment.
Let's have a rest.
- You may tell the others.|- Yes, ma'am.
Some think you're either a spy for the|Wolf Girl or for Lord Asano and his samurai.
There are a lot of people out there|with their eyes on this iron.
Why are you here,|if you don't mind my asking?
I believe|you'll recognize this.
It shattered the bones|of a giant boar,
rotted his flesh and|turned him into a monster.
I fought with him, and for that I|was cursed with this mark on my arm,
and soon it will kill me.
Where is it you come from? I've|never seen a red elk like that before.
I have come a very long way.|I can't tell you more than that.
Answer milady's question|or I'll cut you in half.
What do you plan to do?|What exactly are you here for?
To see with eyes|unclouded by hate.
"Eyes unclouded"?
That explains it.
Come. I'll show you all my secrets.
- Is that wise, milady?|- Gonza, take over for me.
This is my garden. None|of the townspeople dare to come here.
{Y:i}Follow me if you wish|to learn my secret.
Good evening.
{Y:i}We've only just|finished it, milady.
It's still too heavy.
Perhaps if you didn't|hold it so delicately?
Milady, if we make them|any lighter, they'll fall apart.
I trust you to figure it out.
They're not for me.|They're for the other women here.
{Y:i}That'll be something to see.
This is the latest rifle|that I've asked these people to design.
The ones we brought here|have turned out to be too heavy.
{Y:i}These will kill forest monsters and|pierce the thickest samurai armor.
You better watch out there, young man.|Lady Eboshi wants to rule the world.
I'm sorry to have|to push you all so hard.
- I'll have wine sent down later.|- Oh, that'll be nice.
First you steal the boar's forest from|him and then transform him into a demon.
Now you're making|even deadlier weapons!
How much more hatred and pain|do you think we need?
Yes, I'm the one who shot the boar,|and I'm sorry that you suffer.
I truly am.
That brainless pig. I'm the one he|should have put a curse on, not you.
Does that right hand of yours|wish to kill me now, Ashitaka?
If it would lift the curse,|I'd let it tear you apart,
but even that wouldn't end|the killing now, would it?
No, it wouldn't. It would have to kill|all of us to be at peace.
Milady, Osa has|something to say.
Forgive me, milady.
You must not make light|of the boy's strength.
Young man, like you,|I know what rage feels like...
and grief and helplessness.
But you must not take|your revenge on Lady Eboshi.
She is the only one|who saw us as human beings.
We are lepers.|The world hates and fears us,
but she took us in and washed|our rotting flesh and bandaged us.
Life is suffering.
It is hard.|The world is cursed,
but still, you find reasons|to keep living.
I'm sorry.|I'm making no sense.
Oh, they just keep coming back.
Every night they're|out there planting trees,
trying to turn the mountain|into a forest again.
Stay here. Help me kill|the Forest Spirit, Ashitaka.
You would do that?|Kill the very heart of the forest?
Without that ancient god the animals here|would be nothing but dumb beasts once more.
When the forest has been cleared|and the wolves wiped out,
this desolate place will be|the richest land in the world,
and Princess Mononoke|will become human.
Princess Mononoke?
Princess of the spirits of ghouls,|beasts and ancient gods.
The wolf stole her soul,|and now she lives to kill me.
The legends say the blood of the Great|Forest's Spirit can heal anything.
Perhaps it could cure|my poor lepers.
Might even be able to lift|your curse, Ashitaka.
{Y:i}Milady! How does the action feel to you?|Better?
Smooth as silk, the perfect|thing for ruling the world.
{Y:i}- Ah!|- It's still too heavy for the girls.
{Y:i}All right.
Well, look who's here.
Evening. All right if I work|the bellows for a while?
Well, I guess so.
- Excuse me. May I try it?|- Huh?
It's okay.|Might as well let him try.
When you get tired,|I'll take over for you.
Well, that won't be long.
Oops! Better keep|that kimono shut tight, girl.
I'm impressed, but you'll|never keep that pace up.
- It's hard work, isn't it?|- Mm-hmm.
You bet, and our shifts|are four days long.
You must lead hard lives here.
Yeah, I suppose. But it sure beats|working a brothel in the city, huh?
Here we get to eat as much as we want,|and the men don't bother us!
{Y:i}Unless we want 'em to!
- No!|- But you can't leave tomorrow.
- Can't you stay a little longer?|- You can stay and work here.
Thank you all, but there's someone I|have to find out there in the forest.
- She's here.|- Oh!
The wolves are coming.|It's the Wolf Princess!
Wait! I don't want to fight you.|I'm a friend.
{Y:i}Here! She's here!
{Y:i}- She's on the roof.|- Hurry! She's after Lady Eboshi!
{Y:i}- Somebody cut her off.|- She's headed for the forge!
Keep stoking those fires! Riflemen to the|stockade. We've got her right where we want her.
A weapon for every man!|Everyone defends Irontown!
Toki, she's on the roof.
Now, don't get excited.|Keep those bellows working.
Whatever happens, we can't|let those fires go out.
- Is she alone?|- Yes.
She can't escape.|We have her cornered.
You know she means|to kill you this time.
We'll see about that.|Come on.
{Y:i}- Get a weapon!|- Move! Move!
Make room for milady!
Can you hear me,|Princess of Beasts?
If it's me you want,|here I am.
{Y:i}If you seek revenge for|all the animals we've killed,
well, there are two women down|here whom I'd like you to meet.
They want revenge as well for|husbands killed by your wolves.
Come on out, you little witch!|My husband's dead because of you!
{Y:i}There she is!
- It's her!|- There she is!
Everybody out of the way!
Riflemen, get ready to fire!
It's a trap. No! Wait!
Princess of the wolf gods! Don't go|down there! Go back to the forest!
Listen to me, please!|Don't throw your life away!
- Shall I stop him?|- Leave him be. Let him do what he likes.
She's down! We got her!
Stay back.
Cut off a wolf's head,|and it still has the power to bite.
- Take aim where she falls.|- Right.
Open fire.
No! Stay back!
Oh! What the devil was that?
Wake up.
- Skin her!|- Kill her, milady! Kill her!
- Are you all right, sir? Can I help you?|- I'm fine. Fine.
Get away from me!
- Begone!|- Yes, sir!
Traitor! You're a spy|for the wolves, aren't you?
Stay back!
Oh! Halt!
Step aside.
- What do you think you're doing, boy?|- Stay your hand.
The girl's life is now mine.
I'm sure she'll make|a lovely wife for you.
There's a demon inside of you.|It's inside both of you.
Look, everyone!|This is what hatred looks like.
This is what it does|when it catches hold of you.
It's eating me alive,|and very soon now it will kill me!
Fear and anger only|make it grow faster.
I'm getting a little bored of|this curse of yours, Ashitaka.
Let me just cut|the damn thing off.
Lady Eboshi!
Someone come here|and take her from me.
Don't worry. She's just|stunned. She'll be all right.
{Y:i}Lady Eboshi?
As for me, I'm leaving,|and I'm taking the Wolf Girl!
Oh, no, you're not!|Nobody treats my Lady Eboshi like that!
Move and I fire!
Kiyo, what are you doing?
How can he|still be walking?
- Is she all right?|- Yes, milady's safe, sir.
Someone bring me my gun! Riflemen|to the square now, on the double!
They're not getting|out of here alive!
Toki, come here.
What? What's happened?
Sir, I can't let you pass.
The gate's been ordered shut.|It can't be opened.
Turn back, please.
We're grateful to you for bringing|those men back to us.
- We don't want to hurt you.|- Please!
I walked in through this gate this morning.|Now I'm going to leave the same way.
Don't be a fool.|It takes ten men to open this gate.
Stop it! You'll kill yourself.
Out of the way!
The wolves are attacking!|Flint!
She's all right!|Your princess is safe with me!
Stay and I will bring her!|Come on, Yakul.
You have my thanks.
Good luck, stranger.
{Y:i}Stop it!
Leave him!|He's mine!
His own people shot him.|He's dying.
Why did you stop me from killing her?|Tell me while you're still alive.
I didn't want them to kill you.|That's why.
I'm not afraid to die. I'd do anything|to get you humans out of my forest.
I knew that from|the first moment I saw you.
And I'm not afraid of you!|I should kill you for saving her!
That woman is evil, and there's no one|who can stop me from killing her.
No. Live.
That's enough! I'm not|listening to you anymore!
You're beautiful.
What is it, San?|Want me to crunch his face off?
{Y:i}The ape tribe.
All right!|What do you want here?
Apes, how dare you show such|disrespect to the wolf clan.
This is our forest.
The human...|give him to us.
Give us the human and go.
You go before|my fangs find you.
- We will not go.|- We will eat the human.
Yes, let us eat|the man creature.
Are you crazy? Just what happened to|make the ape tribe change this way?
Since when do apes|eat the flesh of a man?
If we eat the human,|we will steal his strength,
and we will drive|the other humans away.
Give us|the man creature.
Stop this. You know you can't possess|the humans' strength by eating them.
All that'll do is make you|into something else,
something even worse|than human.
We plant trees. Humans tear them up.|The forest does not come back.
If we kill the humans,|we will save the forest.
You mustn't give up. We'll find a way.|The Forest Spirit is with us.
Go on planting your trees|and someday we'll beat them.
The Forest Spirit will not fight.|We will all die.
Wolf Girl does not care.|She is human.
I'll bite your head off,|you chattering ape.
{Y:i}Stop! Wait! Come back!
Leave them alone!
Don't worry about them.|It's all right.
You two go on ahead now.|I'll stay here and deal with the human.
- What about the elk?|- Yes.
{Y:i}Can we eat him?
No, you may not.|Go home!
Come over here.|Don't worry. I'm a friend.
Don't be shy. I won't hurt you.|I need you to help me carry him.
You are very wise. You know better than|to set foot on this island, don't you?
Ugh! I smell like a human.
You can go wherever you want to.|You're free now.
There he is.|Come and see. Hurry.
Quick, you idiots.|It's the Nightwalker.
He's the reason we've been sitting around|in these stinking animal skins, you know.
But sir, we can't.|It's a sin to look at it.
Ha. And you call yourself|the greatest hunter in the west.
Look. We've got a letter|of pardon from the Emperor,
forgiving us for cutting off the head|of the Great Forest Spirit.
The legends tell us that|when day becomes night,
the Forest Spirit turns|into the Nightwalker,
and at sunrise,|it changes back.
Look! See there?|It's happening.
- Take a look, MasterJigo.|- What is it?
- Over there.|- Hmph.
Look. There must be hundreds of them.
Those boars are not|from this region.
They must have been traveling for months|to get all the way up here.
- That one's Okkoto!|- Can't be.
They say he died|100 years ago.
It's him, all right.|I know those old tusks.
{Y:i}And it looks like he brought|along his whole tribe.
He's seen us!|Let's get out of here!
Come on, you cowards!|Move! Quickly!
The bullet wound's gone.
The mark's still there.
Finally you're awake.
You really should thank Yakul. He hasn't|left your side this whole time.
How'd you know his name's Yakul?
He told me,|and he told me about you...
about your village,|your people and your forest.
The Forest Spirit brought you back|to life again. He wants you to live.
I had the strangest dream.
- There was a golden creature.|- Eat this.
{Y:i}We are here to kill the humans|and save the forest.
Why are there|humans here, Moro?
Humans are everywhere|these days.
Go back to your own mountain.|Kill them there.
The girl is San, my daughter.
{Y:i}We will kill them here.|We will save this forest.
What is that other human|doing here?
He was shot, and then the Great Spirit|healed his wound.
This man is not our enemy!
{Y:i}The Forest Spirit saved him?
Saved the life|of that loathsome runt?
{Y:i}Why didn't he save Nago?
{Y:i}Is he not the guardian|of the forest? Why?
The Forest Spirit gives life|and takes life away.
Life and death are his alone,|or have you boars forgotten that?
You lie! You must have begged|the Forest Spirit to spare his life!
But you did not beg|for Nago, did you?
{Y:i}Nago was afraid to die.
{Y:i}Now I, too, carry within my breast|a poisoned human bullet.
Nago fled,|and the darkness took him.
I remain and contemplate my death.
Mother! Please ask|the Forest Spirit to save you.
I have lived long enough, San.
Soon the Forest Spirit|will let me rest forever.
All these years you defended the|Forest Spirit! He must save you!
You are not fooling us.|Nago was beautiful and strong.
He would not have run from anything.|You wolves must have eaten him!
Quiet! Watch what you say,|you filthy pig!
{Y:i}Gods of the mountain,|please listen to me.
Nago died far from here,|and I was the one who killed him.
He had become|some kind of demon.
One day he attacked|our village.
If you want proof,|look at my hand where he touched me.
I came here to beg the Forest Spirit|to lift Nago's curse from me.
He healed the bullet wound in my side,|but the demon mark remains.
First it will tear my soul apart,|and then it will kill me.
Okkoto, finally,|a boar who will listen to reason.
No, Lord Okkoto, wait!|Please, you mustn't eat him.
Ah, you are Moro's|human child, aren't you?
I have heard of you.
You're blind.
Stand back.|I will not eat him.
{Y:i}It's all right, San.
My Lord Okkoto, what I said about|Nago's death was the truth.
I believe you,|and I thank you for it, young one.
I am only grieved and ashamed that such|a demon has come from our tribe.
O mighty lord, is there a way|to lift Nago's curse from me?
Leave this forest...
for the next time we meet|I will have to kill you.
You cannot win against the humans.|Their guns will destroy you all.
Look on my tribe, Moro.
We grow small,|and we grow stupid.
We will soon be nothing|but squealing game...
that the humans|hunt for their meat.
You'd risk everything|on one last battle?
That's just|what the humans want.
I do not ask for the help|of the wolf tribe.
Even if every one of us dies,
it will be a battle|the humans will never forget.
The Forest Spirit.
Hyah! Hyah!
Come on! Keep your oxen together!|Hurry!
Get ready now.|Little bit closer. Fire!
Reload! Fire!
Well, I see somebody is going to|have to go play the peacemaker.
Take our riflemen|and hide behind the cliffs.
Yes, sir.
{Y:i}- Let's go.|- And stay there till I send for you.
Come on! Let's keep the oxen moving!|We have to get back to Irontown!
- There they are!|- Where?
Coming around the pass.
The hunters are ready, sir.
Excellent.|Well done, my boy.
Go and spread the word.|We'll be moving out presently.
Yes, sir.
Greetings, Jigo.
Well, I've got the Emperor|breathing down my neck,
and you're busy playing war|with Lord Asano.
And you would have nothing to do with|Lord Asano being here, now, would you?
Of course not.|Whatever made you think that?
He'll call a truce|if I give him half my iron.
Is that right?|Well, he's a greedy bastard, isn't he?
But all the same, you might as well|let him have his iron.
Listen, Eboshi, the boars are gathering|for battle. And you know what that means.
{Y:i}You made me a promise. Now, once you|get me the head of the Forest Spirit,
{Y:i}then we can come back|and destroy Lord Asano together, huh?
Watch out, milady!|There's a horseman coming! Get in!
Well, speak of the devil,|a messenger from Lord Asano.
- We have guests. Mind your manners, ladies.|- Yes, ma'am.
{Y:i}Welcome back, milady!
Whoa! Wait!|Won't you even talk to the man?
Lady Eboshi,|mistress of Irontown!
I bring a message to you|from my Lord Asano.
{Y:i}You have fought valiantly and well. Now,|open your gates that we may speak with you.
Hmph! We can hear you|just fine from down there.
Milady took this mountain away|from the gods, the boars and beasts!
And now that it's worth|something, you want it!
{Y:i}- Well, you won't get it!|- The brazen impudence!
You ladies need to be|taught some respect!
Respect? What's that?
We haven't had any respect|since the day we were born!
You want some of our iron?|Here ya go!
They are really something.
They'll fight forest gods or samurai.|It doesn't matter to them.
They're an amazing bunch, your girls.|They were wasted in the brothels.
Impressive for|a piece of paper.
Well, you know, it's gotten me all|the best hunters and trappers around.
Remember, my dear lady,|we're after a god, not just a beast.
{Y:i}Girls, come here.
Yes, milady, what is it?
Do you have any idea who this paper|has come from? From the Emperor himself.
- That's nice. Who's he?|- Is he supposed to be important?
{Y:i}- I'm serious. Who's he? Should we know?|- Yes! They're really something.
Thank you.
Yes, milady.
Every day that we cut trees and dig for iron,|the forest and its creatures grow weaker.
My way, there is|no loss of life, Jigo.
Listen, you owe me|and I've come to collect.
When you needed riflemen, I sent them, and|without those riflemen, you lose Irontown.
Oh, I'm sorry.|Did that sound like a threat?
Don't tell me|the Emperor believes...
that wives' tale about the Great|Spirit's head granting immortality.
I'm sure I don't know|what the Emperor believes.
I'm just a humble monk.|I'm just trying to get by.
I keep my promises.|Anyway, we have fought the boars before.
They're much easier to kill|than Moro and her wolf cubs,
So you can call out that shady bunch|you've got hidden under the cliff, Jigo.
So I've been found out.
Oh, just one more thing, milady.
{Y:i}Did a stranger come through here,|by any chance?
He's a young man|riding a great big red elk.
Came and went.
A bad-looking bunch,|if you ask me.
Those men are|no ordinary hunters.
- They're killers.|- Killers?
Milady, at least let|some of us go with you.
Yes, you can't trust these men.|They're strangers.
What if something goes wrong and|we're stuck here? We can't help you.
You said yourself we're better shots|than the men are.
That's precisely why I want|you all here in Irontown.
I can deal with forest gods.|It's humans I'm worried about.
Once the Forest Spirit is dead,|we don't know what will happen.
WillJigo be satisfied|with the creature's head...
or will he be after|my ironworks as well?
Jigo's riflemen|may turn on us.
If that happens, I'll need|every one of you here to fight them.
{Y:i}Remember,|you can't trust men.
Don't worry|about her ladyship.
I'll be right at her side,|protecting her.
- That's what we're afraid of.|- What?
Even if you were a woman,|you'd still be an idiot!
{Y:i}In the moonlight|I felt your heart
{Y:i}- Quiver like|a bowstring's pulse
{Y:i}In the moon's mere light
{Y:i}You looked at me
{Y:i}Nobody knows your heart
{Y:i}When the sun has gone|I see you
{Y:i}Beautiful and haunting|but cold
{Y:i}- Like the blade of a knife|so sharp, so sweet
{Y:i}Nobody knows your heart
{Y:i}All of your sorrow|grief and pain
{Y:i}Locked away|in the forest of the night
{Y:i}Your secret heart|belongs to the world
{Y:i}- You know,|you could always jump, boy.
{Y:i}End it all.
As soon as your strength returns,|the mark will spread and destroy you.
It feels like I must|have been asleep for weeks.
I had a dream that San|was by my side, nursing me.
I was hoping you'd cry out|in your sleep.
Then I would have bitten|your head off to silence you.
It's a beautiful forest. Are Okkoto|and the boars on the move yet?
Yes, the boars are marching.
The trees cry out as they die,|but you cannot hear them.
I lie here.|I listen to the pain of the forest...
and feel the ache|of the bullet in my chest...
and dream of the day when I will finally|crunch that gun woman's head in my jaws.
Moro, why can't the humans|and the forest live together?
Why can't we stop|this fighting now?
The humans are gathering|for the final battle.
The flames of their guns|will burn us all.
And what happens to San? What's|your plan, to let her die with you?
Typical. Selfish.|You think like a human.
San is my daughter.|She is of the wolf tribe.
When the forest dies,|so does she.
You must set her free!|She's not a wolf. She's human!
Silence, boy.
How dare you speak|to a god like that.
I caught her human parents|defiling my forest.
They threw their baby|at my feet as they ran away.
{Y:i}Instead of eating her,|I raised her as my own.
{Y:i}Now, my poor, ugly, beautiful daughter|is neither human nor wolf.
How could you help her?
I don't know, but at least|we might find a way to live.
Will you join forces with San|and fight the humans?
No. All that would do|is cause more hatred.
There is nothing|you can do, boy.
Soon the demon mark|will spread and kill you.
Leave this place at sunrise.|Return and I shall kill you.
You're feeling all right?
I'm fine, thanks to you|and the Forest Spirit.
Yakul, sorry if I worried you.
Oh. Ah.
I guess my legs are still|pretty weak, huh?
It's so quiet. I wonder where|our friends the little kodama went.
Ah. I can smell the ironworks.
Thanks for showing us the way!|I have another favor to ask!
Will you please give this|to San for me?
Let's go.
It stinks,|and it burns my eyes.
That's what they want. They're trying|to kill our sense of smell.
It's that damn woman again.
She knows we're out here.
- It's a trap and a stupid one.|- What?
They're trying to lure|the boars out of the forest.
- No.|- The humans are planning something.
Then we have to find Okkoto while there's still|time to stop him or else they'll be killed!
Okkoto is too stubborn.|He won't listen. None of them will.
They may even know it's a trap.|The boars are a proud race.
The last one left alive will still|be charging blindly forward.
{Y:i}- Why chop the trees down?|- To make them angry, which makes them stupid.
Mother, I have to go.|Okkoto's blind.
I must be his eyes.|You understand?
Do as you must.
You know that boy wanted to share|his life with you.
I hate him!|I hate all humans!
From Ashitaka for me?
You two, stay with San.
{Y:i}I must go to the Forest Spirit.|- Right. Let's go.
The Moro tribe has|come to fight with you.
Where can I find Lord Okkoto?
Good luck, my friend.
It's coming from Irontown.
Let's go!
- Halt! Who goes there?|- Samurai again.
- Halt, I said!|- Out of the way!
What the devil|was that thing?
Don't waste your arrows.|He's knocking them away.
- He's a dead man anyway.|- Cease fire. Cease fire!
- Toki, come and look.|- It can't be.
- It's Ashitaka.|- So it's not a ghost.
- Ashitaka!|- Toki!
{Y:i}- Are you all right?|- We're all right.
Lord Asano's samurai thought they'd try|and ambush us while our men were away.
{Y:i}- Thought we'd just roll over.|- But we showed them!
{Y:i}- We sure did!|- Where's Lady Eboshi?
She took every able-bodied man|and went to kill the Forest Spirit.
We're cut off here. We can't even|get a message to Lady Eboshi.
The Forest Spirit.|That explains the explosions.
Hey, sir, I've still|got your bow and arrows!
Aren't you gonna tell him|you've got his cloak and saddle too?
- Oh, I do?|- Oh, you're useless.
Many thanks, Kohroku!
I'll try and bring you some help!|Can you hold out?
Don't worry! We can always pour|hot iron on them.
- Bring back Lady Eboshi!|- And don't take too long!
I missed.
They're bringing boats|across the river!
Go and get Lady Eboshi.|We'll hold them off as long as we can!
I'll be back! I promise!
- We'll be here!|- Be careful!
Get him!|Stop that man!
Looks like they're gonna|try to cut us off. Run, Yakul.
You two, go that way!
Burning animal flesh.
Stay back!
Show me your wound.
You'll have to stay here. Wait for me.|I'll come back for you.
I said, stay!
We're almost there,|my friend.
{Y:i}Who goes there?
My orders are no outsiders|permitted here.
All right, but I've|just come from Irontown.
I have a message for Lady Eboshi.|Tell me where I can find her.
The Eboshi woman's not here. Give me|the message. I'll make sure she gets it.
I must speak with her.|Now where is she?
It's really you?|You're still alive, lad?
It looks like you men|had a worse time than I did.
- We've been burying our friends all day.|- Oh, it was horrible, horrible.
- Irontown has come under attack.|- What?
The women and the lepers|have fallen back to the inner wall.
- We haven't got a lot of time.|- Those samurai bastards.
Asano must have just been waiting|for us to leave Irontown.
Now I must find Lady Eboshi.
She's off hunting down|the Forest Spirit.
Then someone's got|to stop her, call her back.
If you're all done, I want you out of|here. The rest of you, keep digging!
- Wait! What about Irontown?|- That's right! It's our home!
What do they expect us to do,|just abandon Irontown?
You heard the boy!|We haven't a moment to lose.
- Send a message to Lady Eboshi!|- The forest is too big!
No messenger would have|a chance of finding her!
Then send out a hunter!|What else are they good for?
Lady Eboshi|is just being used byJigo.
Tell me something. When you fought with|the boars, were there any wolves with them?
Did you see San,|the Wolf Girl?
I have no idea. It was pitch black|when the animals came at us.
She was there.|I saw her.
I was right in the front line.|I saw everything, everything.
- What happened?|- I'm not sure!
Everything started happening so fast.|It was like a nightmare.
Jigo's troops put us in front|as bait to lure the boars in.
They didn't tell us|about the land mines under our feet...
or the grenades|coming in on top of us.
Where is she?|Where's San?
Take it easy.|I'm trying to get you out.
{Y:i}There's a wolf over here!
Hey! Hurry!|Young master, what are you doing?
- What's going on?|- No! What do you think you're doing?
I have got to find Lady Eboshi.|This wolf's gonna help me find her.
You're on their side,|aren't you, boy?
Stand aside!
What's more important|to all of you?
The head of the Forest Spirit|or saving your town?
Those darts are poison.
That's enough now!
I'm not gonna|slave any longer!
Come on! Let's get this thing|off of him! All together now!
{Y:i}Heave! Heave!
Look out!
After you've come through the swamp,|take cover by the lake until we get there.
- Right!|- Be careful.
Those riflemen with milady|belong toJigo.
Here. Take these. Where I'm going,|they won't be of any use.
You go with them, Yakul.|Look after him!
Find San!|That's where we'll find Eboshi!
Come on. Keep moving.|Straight ahead. Today we finish this.
- Sir.|- Yes? Ah, have you spotted them?
Okkoto's badly wounded.
He and the Wolf Girl are making their|way to the realm of the Forest Spirit.
So they're going to beg him for|his help, are they? Keep after them,
{Y:i}but stay out of sight or you'll|frighten the Forest Spirit away.
Yes, sir. I understand.
That was boar's blood|painted on his face, wasn't it?
Uh-huh, a little trade secret.|Don't want to smell human.
We're almost at the pool|of the Forest Spirit.
Just a little farther.|Keep going.
{Y:i}What was that?
Lord Okkoto, something's wrong.|We have to keep moving.
- Something's out there.|- What? With so much blood in the air, I can't smell it.
I should have known it was you!
- You did this!|- Because of you, the forest will die!
You're wrong! We've all been fighting to|save it! This is the thanks you give us?
- You bring bad things!|- Bad things coming, neither human or animal.
{Y:i}- What do you mean,|"neither human or animal"?
- They're coming!|- It's the end for us!
They're warriors.
They've come back.
My warriors!
They have come back to me|from the land of the dead.
- Forward, my warriors!|- Okkoto, listen!
- Forward to the pool of the Forest Spirit!|- Okkoto, no, wait!
No, Lord Okkoto!|Your warriors haven't come back to you.
Those are humans wearing the skins|of your warriors to hide their scent!
{Y:i}It's a trick!
Don't you understand? It's just a human trick|to get us to lead them to the Forest Spirit!
Come out, Forest Spirit!|If you are truly master here,
give my warriors the power to slay|the humans and be victorious!
Stop, Lord Okkoto, please!|You've got to listen!
San, they're all around us.|Okkoto's done for. Leave him!
No! I won't let him turn|into a demon like Nago did!
Tell mother that the humans are setting|a trap for the Forest Spirit.
{Y:i}She'll know what to do.
You'll have to hurry,|or it could mean the end of all of us!
Go on now.
Stay back or you die!
And then this whole forest|will see just what you are!
Get back!
I burn!|There are flames growing inside of me.
You must fight it!|Don't let yourself become a demon!
Lord Okkoto!
What is it?
- Is it San?|- She's in danger.
Let's go.
I'm on fire.
No! I don't want|to become a demon!
Please stop, Okkoto!
You're too slow! Get on!
- A wolf.|- Hey!
You keep going!
Eboshi!|I have something to say!
- Hold your fire!|- What is it you want?
Lord Asano's samurai|have attacked Irontown!
The women are outnumbered!|They can't hold them off for long!
{Y:i}Forget about|the Forest Spirit!
Your men are already heading back to|Irontown, but they need you to lead them!
What proof is there|this isn't a lie?
Lie? Don't be ridiculous!|What reason do I have to lie?
So it's don't kill the forest gods.|Now you want us to kill samurai instead.
No! What I want is for the humans|and the forest to live in peace!
- Just whose side is he on anyway?|- Shouldn't we go back?
The women are on their own now.|I've done all I can for them.
They can take care|of themselves.
There's the pool.|The creature must be somewhere nearby.
It's the moment of truth, boys,|so keep your eyes peeled.
Why do we need|that woman, sir?
When you're going to kill a god,|let someone else do your dirty work.
Moro, what happened to you?|San! It's me, Ashitaka!
Okkoto?|Turned into a demon.
Leave, boy.
Fight me and the Forest Spirit|will never come.
Lord Okkoto, calm your fury!
O mighty lord, let me have the girl!|I beg of you! Please, let her go!
San! Are you there?|It's me! Ashitaka!
Kill him!
Stop him!|He'll ruin everything!
Oh, Ashitaka!
- San!|- Ashitaka!
And here I was saving|the last of my strength...
to bite off that damn woman's head.|But I must save San.
Close ranks!|Use your grenades!
Don't touch him.|He's no longer a god.
You can't even speak,|can you?
Well done, men. Now, fall back|and get the wounded out of here.
Go on.
Ooh, what a revolting spectacle.
It's him.
Give me back my daughter, demon.
Ashitaka,|can you save the girl you love?
The Forest Spirit.
Eboshi! Hold your fire!
Eboshi! Your enemy's|not the Forest Spirit.
- But that should have killed it.|- He's a god. It'll take more than one shot.
Don't die.
I don't get it. The Great Forest|Spirit took their lives away.
- Quick! He's starting to change.|- Now watch closely, everyone.
I'm going to show you|how to kill a god,
{Y:i}a god of life and death.
The trick is not to fear him.
No! Stop!
You will die!
She did it! Quickly!|Go get the head!
Quick, Jigo!|Bring me that box of yours!
The porters are all dead!|Hurry! Hurry!
Be careful not to touch the spirit's|body! It'll suck the life out of you!
Here it is!|One head, as promised!
Watch out!
I told you.|A wolf's head can still bite.
Come on!|We got to get out of here.
- Hurry!|- It's coming, sir!
- Run!|- Run!
Gonza, we've got|to get to the island!
- Island? I can't swim!|- Then walk along the bottom.
Give her to me!|I'll cut her throat!
Your claim has been avenged.|Your mother saw to that. Here.
- Lady Eboshi.|- Help me.
Don't waste your sympathy.|Ow!
{Y:i}- I promised Toki that|I'd bring you back to Irontown.
He's searching for his head.|We can't stay here.
San, you have got to help us.
No! You're on their side!|You always were!
Take that damn woman|and just go away!
Never!|I hate all of you humans!
Yes, I'm human, San,|and so are you.
Stop it!|I'm a wolf, you hear?
- San?|- Stay back!
I'm sorry.|I tried to stop it.
It's over. Everything's over.|The forest is dead.
Nothing is over. The two of us are|still alive. Now, will you help me, San?
{Y:i}Hey, wait!|Come back! Help us!
A little crisis|and they panic. Whoa!
Whoa! What are you doing?|This way!
Look! The head is moving!
It's calling him to us!
{Y:i}There you go.
- It shouldn't jam anymore.|- Thanks.
- It's awfully quiet.|- Asano is waiting for sunrise.
I wonder if that young man|ever found Lady Eboshi.
Don't worry about him.|He found her, all right.
They'll be marching|over that hill any minute now.
Big dope. Don't ask me why I love him.
- Hey, Kohroku!|- Let him sleep, Toki, while he can.
- What's that?|- I don't know, but I don't like it.
It's the Nightwalker!
Everybody, hold your positions!
- Toki, it's coming right at us.|- Run! We've gotta go!
{Y:i}No! We promised Lady Eboshi|we would defend Irontown!
Look! Over there!|He's come back!
Get everyone out!
The Great Spirit's head's been cut off,|and he wants it back!
{Y:i}If that black ooze touches you,|you're dead!
{Y:i}Run for the lake!|The water will slow it down!
Lady Eboshi and the men|are on their way from the other side.
I'm gonna try to return his head|before he kills us all. Hurry!
- What are we gonna do now?|- It'll kill us all!
- We'll never get out now!|- That's enough!
Get everyone down to the lake and stay|calm. We can carry the sick and the wounded.
Not that way! Stop!
Oh! There it goes!
We're done for!
Once the forge burns, that's it.|That'll be the end of Irontown.
We're still alive, Kohroku.|We'll manage somehow. Now, let's go.
There they are!
Stop right there!
Whoa! Oh, you're both alive.|Oh, how nice.
I'm giving the creature back its head.|Put the box down and back away.
Give the head back now?|Come on, boy. Don't be silly.
Now, when the sun's|about to come up?
Look! He's a brainless,|swollen, life-sucking god of death.
{Y:i}At sunrise he'll vanish.
Sir, it's coming!|We've gotta get out of here!
Look, everybody wants everything.|That's the way the world is.
But I might|actually get it.
Don't force me to kill you.
Oh, dear, you make it sound|so very easy.
You really|ought to... relax!
Get going!
I got it! Whoa! Ooh!
Everything's... Oof.|Under control! Oof.
This is bad.
Master, we're surrounded!
- Come on, sun! Rise!|- Open the box!
Don't you see?|It's too late for that now!
{Y:i}Why are you wasting|your breath talking to him?
Human hands must return it!
Don't say I didn't warn you.
Forest Spirit!
We give you back your head!
Take it and be at peace!
Uh, well, that got|his attention, all right.
Well, I think it's over.
{Y:i}- Hello!|- It's the men.
{Y:i}The men! The men are back!
I really can't believe we made it. I|never thought I'd live to see home again.
- Milady! You're here!|- Her ladyship has been injured.
Look! It's falling on Irontown!
Hang on tight, everybody!|Don't let go!
Huh? I didn't know the Forest Spirit|made the flowers grow.
San. San, look.
Even if all the trees return,|it won't be his forest anymore.
The Great Forest Spirit is dead now.
Never. He's life itself.|He's not dead, San.
He's here right now,|trying to tell us something,
that it's time|for us both to live.
Ashitaka, you mean so much to me,
but I can't forgive the humans|for what they've done.
I understand. You'll live in the forest,|and I'll go help them rebuild Irontown.
I'll always be near.|Yakul and I will come and visit you...
{Y:i}whenever we can, all right?
Amazing. The wolves and that crazy|little Wolf Girl helped save us all.
Ashitaka. Can someone find him?|I need to thank him.
We're going to start all over again.|This time we'll build a better town.
Well, I give up.|You can't win against fools.
{Y:i}In the moonlight|I felt your heart
{Y:i}Quiver like|a bowstring's pulse
{Y:i}In the moon's mere light|you looked at me
{Y:i}Nobody knows your heart
{Y:i}When the sun has gone|I see you
{Y:i}Beautiful and haunting|but cold
{Y:i}Like the blade of a knife|so sharp, so sweet
{Y:i}Nobody knows your heart
{Y:i}All of your sorrow|grief and pain
{Y:i}Locked away|in the forest of the night
{Y:i}Your secret heart|belongs to the world
{Y:i}Of the things|that sigh in the dark
{Y:i}Or the things|that cry in the dark
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