Volume 4Edit


I'll have you know I didn't stop growing while you were away at Beacon.
—Whitley to Weiss


If being kind to my big sister is some sort of crime, then I suppose I'm guilty.
—Whitley to Weiss
It's foolish not to do as Father asks.
—Whitley, talks about their father to Weiss
Don't worry, Weiss. The Schnee family name is in good hands.
—Whitley to Weiss

Two Steps Forward, Two Steps BackEdit

Honestly, I find it barbaric. It's beneath people like me. Like Father. What can a single Huntsman possibly do that an army cannot?
—Whitley, offering his opinion on Huntsmen
What is your plan, anyway? What do you hope to accomplish while trapped in your own bedroom?
—Whitley, asking Weiss about her purpose

Volume 7Edit

Pomp and CircumstanceEdit

Father, you, um... have a visitor.
—Whitley, to his father about Watts
I didn’t. He... let himself in.
—Whitley, to his father about Watts

Cordially InvitedEdit

Good evening, everyone.
—Whitley, greeting Ironwood's Group and Ruby's Group at the Schnee banquet
What an interesting way to say “Hello, dear brother, how have you been?” I’m afraid you won’t find him here. He was let go. I can’t imagine why.
—Whitley, to Weiss about Klein
General, exactly how large do you think our dining room table is?
—Whitley, to Ironwood
Dear sister, I was hoping we could use this time to catch up.
—Whitley, to Weiss
I have to know, why did you go through so much trouble to leave home, only to come crawling back?
—Whitley, to Weiss
And where exactly is it that you’re going?
—Whitley, asking Weiss
Of course once I’m old enough to drive, the company has promised me my own parking space.
—Whitley bragging to Weiss
If you’ll excuse me.
—Whitley, to Weiss before walking away

About WhitleyEdit

A spitting image of you, this lad, Jacques. Creepily so, I might add. He’s definitely inherited your... affect.
Arthur Watts, about Whitely to Jacques Schnee
Why won’t this kid buzz off?
Yang Xiao Long, about Whitley who pesters Weiss at the Schnee Manor banquet
No matter what happens, Weiss... please don’t forget about your brother.
Willow to Weiss about Whitley
Whitley wants nothing to do with me.
—Weiss, about Whitley
Of course not, you left him alone. With us.
—Willow expressing her care & regret for her son to Weiss

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