T'Challa: Wakanda will no longer watch from the shadows. We can not. We must not. We will work to be an example of how we, as brothers and sisters on this earth, should treat each other. Now, more than ever, the illusions of division threaten our very existence. We all know the truth: more connects us than separates us. But in times of crisis the wise build bridges, while the foolish build barriers. We must find a way to look after one another, as if we were one single tribe.
King T'Chaka: [to T'Challa] You're a good man with a good heart. And it's hard for a good man to be king.
Young Oakland Kid: It's a Bugatti Spaceship.
Nakia: You can't let your father's mistakes define who you are. You get to decide what kind of king you are going to be.
T'Challa: I never yielded! And as you can see, I am not dead!
Erik Killmonger: I've waited my whole life for this. The world's going to start over. I'MA BURN IT ALL!
N'Jobu: Yes, my son.
N'Jadaka: Tell me a story.
N'Jobu: Which one?
N'Jadaka: The story of home.
N'Jobu: Millions of years ago, a meteorite made of vibranium, the strongest substance in the universe, struck the continent of Africa, affecting the plant life around it. And when the time of man came, five tribes settled on it and called it Wakanda. The tribes lived in constant war with each other until a warrior shaman received a vision from the Panther Goddess Bast, who led him to the Heart-Shaped Herb, a plant that granted him superhuman strength, speed and instincts. The warrior became king and the first Black Panther, the protector of Wakanda. Four tribes agreed to live under the king's rule, but the Jabari Tribe isolated themselves in the mountains. The Wakandans used vibranium to develop technology more advanced than any other nation. But as Wakanda thrived, the world around it descended further into chaos. To keep vibranium safe, the Wakandans vowed to hide in plain sight, keeping the truth of their power from the outside world.
N'Jadaka: And we still hide, Baba?
Shuri: Don't scare me like that, coloniser!
T'Challa: What happens now determines what happens to the rest of the world.
Okoye: Guns... So primitive!
Ulysses Klaue: What do you actually know about Wakanda?
Everett K. Ross: Um... Shepherds. Textiles. Cool outfits.
Ulysses Klaue: It's all a front. Explorers searched for it for centuries. El Dorado. The Golden City. They thought they could find it in South America, but it was in Africa the whole time. A technological marvel. All because it was built on a mound of the most valuable metal known to man. Isipho, they call it. "The gift".
Everett K. Ross: [to T'Challa] I have seen gods fly. I have seen men build weapons that I couldn't even imagine. I have seen aliens drop from the sky. But I have never seen anything like this. How much more are you hiding?
Shuri: [as a fatally wounded Everett Ross is wheeled into her lab] Great! Another broken white boy for us to fix.
Okoye: Wakanda forever!
Erik Killmonger: I lived my entire life waiting for this moment. I trained, I lied, I killed just to get here. I killed in America, Afghanistan, Iraq... I took life from my own brothers and sisters right here on this continent! And all this death just so I could kill you.
King T'Chaka: What is wrong, my son?
T'Challa: I am not ready, Baba.
King T'Chaka: Have you not prepared to be king your whole life? Have you not trained and studied, been by my side?
T'Challa: That is not what I am talking about. I am not ready to be without you.
King T'Chaka: A man who has not prepared his children for his own death has failed as a father. Have I ever failed you?
King T'Chaka: Never.
Shuri: [about T'Challa's sandals] What are those?
Shuri: This corset is really uncomfortable, so can we all just wrap it up and go home?
M'Baku: Witness the strength of the Jabari... first-hand!
[picks up W'Kabi and throws him into the field surrounding the Wakandans]
Erik Killmonger: [to T'Challa] Wassup, cuz?
Okoye: [to Killmonger] You are so full of hatred, you will never be a true king!
T'Challa: [on saving Ross] I will not abandon someone to die, when I have the means to save his life.
Okoye: I am loyal to that throne, no matter WHO sits on it.
Shuri: When you said you'd bring me to California when I was a kid, I thought you meant Coachella, or Disneyland. Where are we?
T'Challa: This is the building where our uncle lived, where our father killed him.
Shuri: [sees a condemnation notice] They're tearing it down. Good.
T'Challa: They are not tearing it down, not anymore. I bought the building. And that one... and that one.
[post-credits scene: in a small village at Wakanda, Bucky comes out of a hut. He looks around. A group of children call him "White Wolf". He approaches Shuri]
Shuri: Good morning, Sergeant Barnes.
Bucky Barnes: Bucky.
Shuri: How are you feeling?
Bucky Barnes: Good.
Bucky Barnes: Thank you.
[Shuri starts walking away]
Shuri: Much more for you to learn.
[Bucky pauses for a moment, looking at the landscape, then follows Shuri]
Erik Killmonger: When I tell you to do something, I mean that shit.
Nakia: It is my duty to fight for who I... for the things I love.
Erik Killmonger: Y'all sittin' up here comfortable.
W'Kabi: You let the refugees in, you let in all their problems.
Ulysses Klaue: [blasts a safe and sends the money falling everywhere] I made it rain!
Nakia: [to Ross] The king is dead. Come with me if you don't want to join him!
King T'Chaka: [to his brother] Did you think you were the only spy we sent to the States?
[Zuri reveals himself]
Erik Killmonger: Helluva move
Everett K. Ross: [to Klaw] That is quite the entourage!
Ulysses Klaue: [sees T'Challa] You look just like your old man.
[Killmonger takes a Dora Milaje hostage, Okoye hesitates]
Dora Milaje: Wakanda forever!
[Killmonger cuts her throat, Okoye screams and attacks him]
[TChalla confronts his ancestors in the ancestral plane]
T'Challa: You were wrong - all of you were wrong - to turn your backs on the rest of the world! We let the fear of discovery stop us from doing what is right. No more! I cannot stay here with you. I cannot rest while HE sits on the throne! He is a monster of our own making! I must take the mantle back. I must! I must right these wrongs!
T'Challa: This ends today!
Ulysses Klaue: Let's have some fun!
[opens fire on his pursuers]
N'Jobu: I observed for as long as I could. Their leaders have been assassinated. Communities flooded with drugs and weapons. They are overly policed and incarcerated. All over the planet, our people suffer because they don't have the tools to fight back. With vibranium weapons they can overthrow all countries, and Wakanda can rule them all, the right way!
M'Baku: Glory to Hanuman
Okoye: Wakanda survived for so long by only fighting when absolutely necessary.
Ulysses Klaue: [singing] What is love? Baby, don't huuuurt me! Don't huuuurt me! No more...
W'Kabi: The world is changing. Soon there will only be the conquered and the conquerors. I'd rather be the former.
Everett K. Ross: Erik Stevens. Graduated Annapolis aged nineteen, MIT for grad school. Joined the SEALs and went straight to Afghanistan, where he wrapped up confirmed kills like it was a video game. Started calling him Killmonger. He joined a J-SOC ghost unit, now these guys are serious, they would drop off the grid so they could commit assassinations and take down governments.
W'Kabi: You let the refugees in, they bring their problems with them, and then Wakanda is like everywhere else.
Erik Killmonger: You know, where I'm from... when black folks started revolutions, they never had the firepower... or the resources to fight their oppressors. Where was Wakanda? Hmm? Yeah, all that ends today. We got spies embedded in every nation on Earth. Already in place. I know how colonizers think. So we're gonna use their own strategy against 'em. We're gonna send vibranium weapons out to our War Dogs. They'll arm oppressed people all over the world... so they can finally rise up and kill those in power. And their children. And anyone else who takes their side. It's time they know the truth about us! I am Black Hitler!
Ulysses Klaue: You... you want to go to Wakanda? They're savages!
[shows scarred brand]
Ulysses Klaue: This is what they do to people like us.
Erik Killmonger: I don't worry about no brand. Check these out. Each one is for a kill.
[shows scars on his arms]
Ulysses Klaue: You can scar yourself as much as you like. To them, you'll just be an outsider. Your crazy to think that you can just walk in there. And to think I saw you as a crazy American...
[Klaue laughs, Killmonger shoots Klaue in the head]