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Volume 4Edit

RemembranceEdit

Did you forget your manners while you were away?
—Jacques, to Weiss
Thanks to him, Atlas is forbidden from exporting Dust to other Kingdoms. "A precautionary measure", as he puts it, "until we're certain nobody is going to declare war". How anyone could possibly find that to be sound logic is beyond me.
—Jacques, talks about James Ironwood
Many forget that you were there. My own daughter, a Schnee, on the grounds, defending another Kingdom! We need to remind them! And we need to show them that the Schnee family is just as strong as ever!
—Jacques, to Weiss Schnee

Tipping PointEdit

I'm sorry, I tuned out for a second, but sounds like I'm the good guy again?
—Jacques demonstrating his ego to the guests of his gala

PunishedEdit

Young lady, I don't give a damn about what you want. This isn't about you! This is about the Schnee family name, and your apparent insistence on dragging it through the mud!
—Jacques, to Weiss, about her desire to leave Atlas
This behavior of yours is incredibly disappointing. You couldn't possibly understand the lengths I've gone to in order to keep this family where it is. You think running off like your sister is going to make the Schnee name stronger? You're wrong. Siding with her only divides us.
—Jacques, to Weiss
You're not leaving Atlas. You're not to leave the manor grounds unless I specifically allow it. You are going to remain here, out of sight and out of trouble, until you and I come to an agreement on your future.
—Jacques grounding Weiss
Your presupposition that you can simply have whatever it is you want is a clear sign of our failure as parents. But from now on, I'll be giving you the full attention you require, starting by keeping you where I can see you.
—Jacques, to Weiss, on why he is grounding her
Clearly, the trauma you endured at the fall of Beacon was too much for you. Which is why you've generously revoked your claim to the company and its earnings and passed it on to your brother Whitley.
—Jacques, to Weiss, giving the claim he will publicize for why Weiss is no longer heiress
It's time to wake up and face reality.
—Jacques, to Weiss, after he revokes her claim to the SDC

Taking ControlEdit

Oh, yes, we have far more pressing matters to discuss, starting with your apparent lunacy!
—Jacques, agruing with General Ironwood
You've never trusted anyone other than yourself!
—Jacques, to General Ironwood about trust issues
You need to get a grip.
—Jacques, to General Ironwood, after the latter pounds on his desk

Volume 7Edit

Pomp and CircumstanceEdit

So let me get this straight, James. In addition to this nonsensical embargo of yours crippling my business, you’ve also decided you have the authority to commandeer private property?
—Jacques, to General Ironwood
Lately, you seem to forget who your friends really are. I’m going to get that Council seat, James, and maybe then, you’ll--
—Jacques to Ironwood before noticing Weiss
You roped my missing daughter into these schemes of yours, too? How long has she been back in Atlas? Did Winter know about this?
—Jacques, accusing Ironwood about Weiss
If you think I’m one to forget anything, girl, then you’ve misjudged the man your father is.
—Jacques, to Weiss
You know... your mother was devastated when you left. Didn’t leave her room for days. You know how... she gets... when she’s upset.
—Jacques, to Weiss about her mother
I knew one day, you would overextend your reach. I didn’t come here to beg for an abandoned mine. I came here to thank you... for personally handing me the noose to hang you. You’ll regret this.
—Jacques, to Ironwood
So these are the little friends you threw everything away for?
—Jacques, to Weiss about her team
You’re supposed to be dead.
—Jacques, to Arthur Watts
That bastard is costing me more money every day with this embargo. I’d lay off every employee in Mantle if I wasn’t trying to get their damn votes for this Council seat.
—Jacques, to Watts about Ironwood

SparksEdit

If I’m elected Councilman, I’ve made it no secret I will be opposing General Ironwood and his senseless embargo that is crippling all of Atlas. It is my belief that these measures are not only reckless, but criminal. With no shipments allowed to enter or leave leave the kingdom, I know many are suffering. And my family has been weathering the same storm as many of you. Effective immediately, I am forced to shut down all nonessential SDC operations. If elected to office, I will make the changes necessary to fix what Ironwood has broken. I hope you ask yourself before the vote, can you trust anyone else to stop Ironwood? Will Robyn Hill be able to get your jobs back?
—Jacques, during his speech

About JacquesEdit

Having married into the family, Jacques decided to take the Schnee name over his own. He was... a lot of words I shouldn't repeat. But most importantly, he was a cunning businessman.
—Qrow about Jacques, in "Schnee Dust Company"
Cheap labor, dangerous working conditions, doing whatever it takes to destroy the competition, Jacques Schnee doesn't care about people. He cares about winning. That, and making sure he's got the best damn PR team in the world.
—Qrow about Jacques, in "Schnee Dust Company"
When I was ten, my dad finally admitted to my mom that the only reason he married her was for the family name. It was actually on my birthday. He missed the big dinner, she got mad, he finally snapped. I think she already knew. Looking back, I think I knew too. But hearing him say it finally pushed her over the edge. First it was separate lunches and dinners, opposite balconies at my recitals, a glass of wine here, a glass of wine there. Then, it was no dinners, no recitals, a bottle of wine here and... well, you get the idea.
—Weiss, to Yang about her father in "Alone Together"
I think Father may have just provided the spark that’s going to set this kingdom on fire.
Winter, to Weiss about their father after they watch his speech
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