Joined: 7-September 05
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Normally, if only one character dies throughout an entire series (normally anime but may be movie or book), it's a character that I like a lot and a favorite T_T Sometimes it's at a really happy part and it's like wtf when it happens *sigh*
Joined: 15-December 05
From: \"some where in france\"
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i really care about the person dying. but what im more interested about is how that death will affect the whole plot of the series. and that is the best part of any character dying. and i will admit i really dont like it when they die
Joined: 4-May 06
From: Wouldn't you like to know
Member No.: 35,511
Well the death that struck me hardest was both [spoiler] Edward and Hughes. I cried for a few days, another death that hit me kind of hard were some of the deaths in S-Cry-Ed and Trigun -sob- [/spoiler]
Joined: 10-November 04
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So many of the characters I like from any form of fiction have died that I'm used to it. Though, I still get caugh off guarded and start tearing. Yes, I can get super emotional when it comes to anime. I mean, who cries in Gravitation? I did. Or maybe it's just a romance thing.
Anyway, character deaths I've cried the most in: [spoiler]Nuriko from Fushigi Yugi: I was sobbing and couldn't stop crying even after the episode ended. Hughes: Duh, that was really unexpected. I didn't cry when Edward died though. That was more of a 'wtf?' reaction. Chrno Crusade: Everyone who died in the series except Aion and his followers.[/spoiler]
There's more but I can't think of them right now.
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Currently watching: Utawarerumono, Higurashi no Naku Koro ni, Fate/Stay Night, Jyu Oh Sei, Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, Ouran High School Host Club, Bleach
Joined: 24-September 05
From: We built this city on bricks and mortar.
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[spoiler]Hughes is the Aerith of FMA. Everyone in the known universe knows what happens and how, but we keep it filed under spoilers regardless.[/spoiler]
Attention Manga Lust fans: Lust is dead. Finished. Kaput. Joined the Choir Invisible. Roy Mustang incinerated her repeatedly until her Philosopher's Stone dried up and dissolved into nothingness ("Mu" for you Japanese cultural enthusiasts). And she will remain killed off, written out of the plot. Greed was reincarnated because Father saved his Philosopher's Stone and had a guinea pig on hand. Lust is gone. Stop trying to play God with the plot line and bring her back at every possibly junction. In the event that Hiromu Arakawa can skillfully maneuver around this narrative plot hole, I will eat my words with a pinch of salt. Nepharski - Our first, last, and hopeful not only line of defense against bad Homunculi theories.
Joined: 6-November 06
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It sucked soo much when [spoiler]Maes Hughes[/spoiler] died in FMA, In my opinion he was the coolest character ever created in an anime series, and many other people share this opinion with me. [spoiler]Episode 25 - words of farewell - was so sad, the part where I almost cried was when Ed, Al and Winry were on the train just after Hughes had been shot by Envy, it was so sad when Ed didn't know about his death and then saw Hughes waving him off at a remote train station[/spoiler]. Hughes was prolly Ed and Al's best friend and was such a big father figure to his daughter and even to Ed and Al, he really had the perfect family..
Joined: 22-December 06
From: Gotei 13
Member No.: 43,397
* Hagane no Renkinjutsushi (FMA) Shanbara no Ikumono Just found out today... kawaisou tamashii... Edo no otoutou wa shinnaro... I feel like I wanna stay in bed and cry all day... ( My mood sucks!... I remember Hao say but only this time I'm saying this 'cause I'm desperate not pissed off.) Thus, the reason of the creation of my signature... *sobs*...
Joined: 7-October 06
Member No.: 41,785
Gender: Not Telling
[spoiler] I'm never sad when a character dies. Just dissapointed, shocked perhaps. I get a weird feeling in the pit of my stomach. I read the manga version of Hughes death at the bookstore before I saw the episode, so it was not that bad. However, I saw the Ed death on Youtube before I was anywhere near that episode, so I kind of had a 'Wtf' expression on my face for the rest of the day. Technically, Ed doesn't die though. Should it really count? As for the FMA movie, I knew of the plot and the deaths before I saw it. So are the joys of participating on this forum. [/spoiler]