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\epigraph{
\textit{
You can only do this by mapping the territory.
By understanding how the enemy thinks and acts.
By having a solid game plan.
And by picking your battles very, very carefully.}



}%
{\textit{- Anon}\\} 

This is my code, the epigraph prints twice when I put the text inside \textit. I am not sure how to sort this issue out.

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    As always on this site, pleases provide a full minimal example that others can copy and test as is. For example what does this question have to do with the biblatex tag? – daleif Feb 19 at 8:55
  • BTW: are you sure this example even compiles? I get there's no line to end here from those blank lines above }%. Never ignore compilation errors even if you get a PDF out of it. Depending on how your LaTeX is configured latex may make a choice if it encounters an error, that choice might not be any good. – daleif Feb 19 at 9:24
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I have no idea what causes your problem. Following is an MWE, based on the minimal code you provided, that works with no double printing.

% epiprob.tex  SE 584057
\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{epigraph}
\begin{document}
\epigraph{
\textit{
You can only do this by mapping the territory.
By understanding how the enemy thinks and acts.
By having a solid game plan.
And by picking your battles very, very carefully.}
%
%
%
}%
{\textit{- Anon}\\} 

\end{document}

If I had not removed the empty lines then a "no line to end here" was reported. Did you get that when you ran your code?

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