Jane likes to recite creepified nursery rhymes before attacking.  Here's a list of some of them, along with what nursery rhyme they're based off of:

1.  "There was an old woman who swallowed a fly.  [I don't know] why she swallowed the fly.  I hope she dies...[time elapses]...Swallowed a fly?  Now you die."  Based off of "There was an old lady who swallowed a fly."

2.  "For all the Cities' people and all the world's Outsiders can't put one little City together again."  Based off the last half of Humpty Dumpty.

3.  "Maddening?  Maddening?  Quite contrary, for where do your fields lie?  With water and air and comfy chairs, And no one about to die."  This one is based off of "Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary".

4. "Where, oh where -" Probably the start of "Where oh where has my little dog gone".  We can't know for sure, because she is interrupted by The Bandit.

5. "Me, Jane, can give no care.  You, NPC, can give no mean.  And so, betwixt the two of us, we'll lick this Game clean."  This little rhyme is based off of the nursery rhyme, "Jack Sprat".  

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