The phrase originated in the 1997 [[Playst … The phrase originated in the 1997 [[Playstation]] game, ''Castlevania: Symphony of the Night''. In the beginning segments of this game, the character controls Richter Belmont as he confronts Dracula. Their badly voice acted conversation is below.
Richter: Die [[furry|monster]]! [[GTFO|You don't belong in this world!]]<br/>
Dracula: It was not my hand that I am once again given flesh. I was called here by humans, who wish to pay ME tribute.<br/>
Richter: Tribute? You steal men's souls, and make them your slaves!<br/>
Dracula: Perhaps the same could be said of all religions.<br/>
Richter: [[NO U|Your words are as empty as your soul]]! Mankind ill needs a savior such as you.<br/>
Dracula: What is a man? A miserable little pile of secrets! But enough talk, have at you!
<br>Richter: Dracula. Die now, and leave this world! You'll never belong here!
<br>Dracula: Oh, but this world invited me. Your own kind called me forth with praise and tribute.
<br>Richter: Tribute? You're a thief. You steal men's souls, their freedom....
<br>Dracula: Freedom is always sacrificed to faith, good hunter. Or are you truly here by choice?
<br>Richter: All I'm here for is you. To hell with your heresy! You're nothing but a blight on mankind.
<br>Dracula: Ha! Mankind. A cesspit of hatred and lies. Fight for them, then, and die for their sins!
</blockquote> nd die for their sins!