Has an anime ever made you cry /a/?
Every single time.
Yes.. I"ts actually normal you know.
I cry at every ED of every show because I know it'll be another week before I can watch it again.
A little bit...
I don't like it when things end...
Yeah. I remember Rozen Maiden and Toradora doing that to me.
Tears of Joy were shed when the SNK anime ended
Yes, i actively search for these sad animes.
Came very close with a few shows but none ever did make me cry. I know people who have though, jealous of them in fact
I cry at every happy, sad or badass moment in animu. Guess I'm just a bitch.
Oh god ;-;
But sometimes I get a little teary when I listen to certain songs from the OST after watching a show.
>even needing an anime to cry
>not crying yourself to sleep everyday by default
What a massive pleb.
Only Walkure Romanze where she's get out of the wheelchair and I have no idea why because I never usually cry.
Why can't you die instead of him, tripfaggot. We would all pay for this to happen
I like to cry for other reasons than how shitty life is sometimes, nothing wrong in that right?
Natsume Yuujinchou had me tearing up sometimes, surprisingly. Alot better than expected.
Bitch tears waiting around every corner
I'd miss you too Anon.
>hyperboleandahalf/the alot, etc etc
Lelouch is one of the few decent tripfags on /a/.
I cry every time I watch this.
No, I can sense and actively avoid series that I need to stay the fuck away from.
You were right there along with Utah. Thinking the Chuunis need to stop acting like twats and grow up. That she was taking their playacting too far and that none of it was real and she needed to grow up and face that.
But she had. She was just trying to enjoy the one bit of childhood that still made her happy. And you were cheering for Utah crushing that spark. Right up until you realized what you'd been approving of.
Never, I usually cry when watching 3dpd movies. The last couple scenes in Captain Phillips, tears were going down the sides of my cheeks
Die you scum
I just finished Sakamichi no Apollon and I bawled like a babyback bitch.
>dat hospital rooftop scene
What? His struggle with with the pirates physically and mentally exhausted him. The film did an amazing job in portraying that. I have a weakness for human suffering
After that just manga
With that scene from Clannad AS.
You mean when Nagisa dies?
Many times; I actively seek the catharsis of a good sob, but sometimes the feels rush upon one all too suddenly.
Case in point this fucking scene in CardCaptor Sakura. I came for the magical loli; I never asked for this. And that fucking flute song man...
the haruhi movie made me cry like a little bitch.
Jewbro was a true bro.
Yoko kiss of death.....
[spolier]When Okazaki is talking to Ushio about how Nagisa was like, oh man
well i fucked up there
whenever I look at this picture on my phone I get the feels.
I feel you i've watched clannad 3 times and every time she says it i get goose bumps and feel like crying.
>typing the spoiler
It was sad as fuck for me for some reason.
I cried at the end of chu2 when all of his friends were helping him
Almost cried at Time of Eve. Anohana too.
That doesn't make me a faggot or anything.
I came very close when Kircheis dies
I teared up at the end of 2.22. Shinji wasn't going to let Rei go. He was willing to risk his own humanity to save her.
Planetes made me tear up a couple times
Fuck, that show was sad as hell. Soundtrack was pretty awesome, though.
The greatest best friend in anime.
I JUST WANTED HER TO EAT WITH SHINJI AND HIS FATHER WHY CAN'T REI BE HAPPY
Legend of the Galactic Heroes
I knew it was coming.
That didn't make it hurt less.
Because she isn't a real person.
2.22 hi res is that you
I knew it was coming. I specifically knew how too.
Somehow, I still thought he'd make it out. So that when it really happened, it would be an ironic echo. like "He survived it before, surely it wouldn't kill him now!" but no.
And there I am, looking at the last hope of the universe die.
I've never cried but this show made me sad as fuck half the time
Everytime someone call him a faggot this post shows up.
Lelouch confirmed for removing his disgusting tripcode to defend himself as anonymous.
Almost, closest it's been.
I was called heartless for not crying at this.
I just didn't really think it was that sad. I felt happy for her really.
I cried during Chihayafuru when she realized her dad cared for her as much as her sister.
You found me.
This too. And Angel beats.
She was a slut. No reason to cry.
caesar's death came close
This one got me close
And TTGL sorta, made me more mad at the end though
This fucking episode I couldn't hold my tears when all the flyers were flying around and the silence.
Still mad it wasn't real
>too buttfrustrated to move on for the next generation
>missing the point of spiral power
The ending of Dragon Ball when I was like 7 years old.
>Feeling like shit
Grave of the Fireflies
5 Centimeters Per Second
Aria made me cry tears of happiness at least twice.
Why did you have to remind me? Time to watch it again.
>implying she doesn't take 20 cocks a day for a living
What makes that sad thing sad though
Some things don't affect people at all but hit others really hard
I cried when kittan in gurren laggan died. Tears and goosebumps when he did a giga drill.
I finished screencapping episodes 6-11 mate.
What shall we do now?
The end of Gunslinger Girl.
VNs make me cry pretty often.
Not that part
The fact that that faggot become president of the universe
Go back to the /c/ thread and post a link to your episodes, I'm almost done with capping 5 and I'll do the same. Then we can divide up the rest some more, because I think the guy that was doing 12-17 isn't keeping in touch and I'm not sure he's doing it.
>crying over chinese cartoons
the only time a man can cry is if their dog dies
The 21st volume of Zero no Tsukaima novel will be delayed at least for two months. Please forgive me! Damn! I'll live on. I had been desperate, but I miraculously got an opportunity to take the operation. There is a possibility of survival. I really want to live
Thats the only reason why I hate Dio
my first dog died on fucking christmas eve
g-get on my level
Not feeling empathy for fictional characters is legitimately a sign of autism.
I never even got close to ZnT but damn.
So is watching anime
I just finished Aiura, it just had this sort of soft, mild and warm fuzzy energy to it, while also making fun of Steve Jobs cancer. I'll truly never forget it, I'm crying internally.
Way too many times to feel comfortable about.
I hated Zero no Tsukaima but I did feel bad for the author when I read that.
the end of gunbuster
When Alice gets her gloves I cried like a bitch.
Also cried when it ended because I'd miss it so much.
Such a great anime.
The anime needs hit you personally, the tone of it has to be in sync with your emotional situation. I almost feel like when something emotional and impactful happens in an anime, that it almost breaks the 4th wall.
It's healthy to cry.
Angel Beats allmost got me... almost.
One Piece as well.
I've never cried during a movie/tv show/game etc. It's not that I don't cry, it's just that the scene doesn't last long enough for a tear to drop out of my eye.
By the end of the One Piece and Angel Beats scenes, I was at my limit, then they ended and I got my composure back.
I cried when i realized anime was dead and that only about 1 or 2 shows a season fit my tastes, but a lot of the time I spend a season or two with nothing I want to watch. Whereas in the golden years I was watching almost half the aired shows each season.
I normally don't have any feelings for real life stuff, but anime always hits me big time.
>Angel Beats, especially Yui's scenes
>the end of GJ-bu
>the end of Welcome to the N.H.K. hell, it wasn't even sad
and many more.
That fucking double promotion and the running to her senpais.
Or "I'm just a bit happy"
Why are the Arias so beautiful?
The ending of Nichjou made me happy cry ever so gently.
Watching the gaidens was bittersweet, knowing what was going to happen and nothing he did mattered in trying to prevent it later on.
Did people actually feel this way?
I thought they should enjoy acting like Chuuni's. I thought Utah was a dick and should of fucked up to Marche's cult.
Normally I'd post a LOGH character, but this came to mind.
Yuta was occasionally unreasonable, but he was also correct. You can have fun doing your whole chuuni thing but you have to get through your head that it isn't real life. Escapism is fun and more power to 'em, but to the point where they let it completely affect their normal lives is too much.
To be fair, they are teenagers and can't really help it though.
So, who of you still pretends to have some kind of super power to save the day sometimes?
I know I do.
It's not like they didn't know that, it was just a coping mechanism.
Even Yuta eventually realized "maybe being a dick isn't the way to approach them about this thing they use because they are afraid of the world and loneliness."
It's fine if your huge gaping vagina tells you that senpai, I won't judge.
Hasn't yet, but it's going to in April.
yes, during both OVAs. This one was the worst offender though
I just pretended in the shower I was a Berserker from Tera because Log Horizon made me feel like being a MMO character in real life.
They were taking it really far, though, a bit too far IMO.
But like I said, kids, can't really help it very much.
I tear up nearly every time a named character dies in a cool or honorable way, most recently was Norris from 08th MS team
Sometimes if a scene has a heroic or motivational act/speech and great music I'll get choked up a bit.
From here all the way to the end of the credits.
I cried during the end of the Madoka Magica tv series watching Madoka purifying magical girls from the past, present and future.
Then Rebellion fucked with that moment to the point of total detachment...thanks Gen for fucking with my happiness.
Wouldn't say it made me cry but it made me sad as fuck, he just felt so betrayed.
Besides that, NGE's OST when everyone is congratulating Shinji at the end makes me tear up for some reason.
>Besides that, NGE's OST when everyone is congratulating Shinji at the end makes me tear up for some reason.
Best NGE ending imo.
And the episode after that.
>I will receive your reprimand in Valhalla, but may it happen only in the distant future...
I thought LOGH was just a bunch of gay guys in space Star Wars rip-off?
I'll admit, I cried at that part.
The end of 'Speak Like a Child'
Episodes 82, 98 and 110 were real tear jerkers
Maybe it's time you actually watched it.
>Grave Of The Fireflies
Someone just had to remind me.
YOU CRIED TO, DON'T DENY IT
Nah, it's Star Wars, but more fun and with a better meaningful story
You didn't have to say that. YOU DIDN'T HAVE TO BRING IT UP.
I know this is Harlock, but what exactly's happening there?
This. When Sagitta Luminus starts playing, I cry like a little colicky baby.
This is the full version, the one used during that scene.
>tfw the Gale Wolf was too late to visit his friend one last time, seeing the two glasses Reuenthal left out
>tfw Mittermeyer adopts his son
truely heroic doings
Acts of utter kindness
My tears will run even if I'm just slightly moved by something.
Last time was Kaiji.
>cries to teenage melodrama
Seriously, stop it.
>watch captain harlock as a kid
>fall in love with the Mazone
>Ramis just can't stop killing them
>cry as he shoots that girl in the spaceship as she ran away
Of course, I believe this one was the first.
Im 27 and do it all the time.
I don't know, maybe I should grow up instead of thinking about, how I could have handeld past stuff with awesome battle shounen powers
You be a faggot if you didn't cry.
>Now I'm impressed.
Bought it like a man.
>no Tokyo 8.0
I'm disappointed with you, /a/
>how I could have handeld past stuff with awesome battle shounen powers
I've had those thoughts too often.
I still imagine myself using various martial arts to stop a shooter. I'm in university and should probably be listening to the lectures
I cried like a baby
>know the date he died
>date is slowly approaching
>the date arrives
>the clock is for the first time ticking by the hour
>then by the minute
>some lowly guy gets him
I just wasn't as ready as I thought I would be.
I didn't cry but I felt like shit.
>that first two episode and that video game designer episode
I literally screamed at the end of the first episode.
Shame the show went to complete fucking shit by the end.
Only time i cried watching anime was at the end of [b]Angel Beats[/spoiler:lit]
Didn't feel a thing when he died but I did shed a tear when Kakizaki ate it.
>you will never possess the Hokuto Shinken
>you will never have the ability of the Ripple, Stand, Spin, or Mode
>you will never have Haki or eat a Devil Fruit
>you will never master the various types of Nen
>you will never be an alien race that transcend levels
>Mirai Nikki seventh story
I think I cried during an episode of Chihayafuru once. I was super drunk and the moment was so fucking uplifting and made of pure happiness that I couldn't help myself. That being said I don't remember what it was.
>sister died of leukemia a few years back
>struggling at uni because I'm a lazy shit who doesn't really know what to do
>this whole damn episode
It just hit me in a way I didn't think was possible.
This and that baseball scene from Little Busters, VN not anime, were the only things to make me cry.
Most things in this thread only gave me a depressed feeling and a hard shiver but those two were the ones that truly just broke me.
Is it fine to cry when your cat dies instead?
I probably have the worst case of losing my cat and it still makes me feel like shit.
This got the whole grand line run across my cheeks. ;_;
Angel Beats and Anohana made me cry like a little bitch, i even had dreams about how sad they were
The Idolm@ster episode with Chihaya choking
Almost every resolution of every arc in Gintama
Shinji suffering scenes
Gurren Lagann final Nia scenes
Spice and Wolf
The worst one was the dog arc in Gintama so far
Every episode... as soon as, "君と夏の終わり”, the tears started flowing.
It just felt way too forced.
Do you mean the single episode where Sadaharu takes in the puppy? That was a pretty sad...
I cry at the end of every Gintama arc too. Happy tears were shed at the end of the Jirochou arc; that was a beautiful scene.
Why is Not-Yui the flattest one there?
With laughter, sure
All though you guys keep crying furfag, that movie had some tear jerking moments.
Boku no Pico, because I thought the police was going to arrest me anytime after watching it.
until THAT ending happened
and then it was almost immediately ruined
i know the fucked the entire anime with that ending if they woulda left it as it was oh mannnnnn
I DIP MY HANDS INTO THIS DARKNESS.
All the fucking time.
>replying to yourself Lulu
first show that made me cry too
then the ending happened
While watchin Blue Exorcist, I absolutely lost my shit and cried like a bitch Kuro found out that Rin's (foster) dad died. Reminded me of when I found out that my grandmother died.
captcha: rtylfis feels
THAT scene from Trigun
Clamp's Clover. It's basically just a 5-minute music video, but remembering the main story of the manga made me cry.
It will never be finished.
this made me cry like a bitch
Is that wolf rain? I watched it so many years ago
No, but tons of manga has since its the superior artform.
Closest I got to crying to a anime was the anime adaption of Metropolis.
The ending to Gurren Lagann had me crying like a bitch.
Code Geass was the worst for me at the ending and when Shirley died .
I had the same reaction.
For some reason seeing old Integra hurt me real good.
Steins;Gate... so many times..
I dropped Wolf Rain 2 episodes in. Does it get better?
Fuck you Dio. Incinerating a dog. You monster. Fuck you, fuck you, fuck you.
When Sayaka accepted her fate at the end of the show, watching her friend play her off on his violin, as the audience in the arena fades in to applaud him as she fades out.. I couldn't help myself
You Are Umasou got me.
Elaborate. There was literally nothing "forced" about it.
Fucking subs when I really want to watch this
The animators conveyed the feels pretty damn well considering that he didn't really say anything coherent.
The picture is from Jin-Roh, don't spoil yourselves.
I came pretty close at shirly's death and the first time through the end of Angel Beats! second time rewatching with imouto I cried.
On that note, I know what happens with Clannad, but I really want to know if its REALLY as sad of an ending as it was made to seem.
Holy shit this
I definitely teared up in TTGL when the team was trapped in the inter dimensional labyrinth and that piano piece at the start of row row starts to play and you're just like "oh shit time to kick some ass"
This fucking ending, after THAT episode. God fucking damn it
>EVERYONE PLACING THE STARDUST THAT ARE THEIR IDEALS AND DREAMS ON JULIAN'S HANDS
This ending always brings a tear to my eye, puts in perspective how while we must lvie to the fullest and by what we truly believe we're all actors in the greatest drama ever, and that drama is called history.
Every time anyone died in the big fight with the anti-spirals I got more and more sad, culminating with Kittan's death. The worst part was the Yoko Wedding scene though I lost it so hard
I finished Dennou Coil about an hour ago.
Should not have watched this after losing a dog recently. Especially with one that was similar to the old one.
The bit with his illegal in the final episode broke me.
Is that harry potter?
Most do. Something's either too happy or too sad.
This. This so much.
This motherfucker right here, man. I loved Part 7 so hard.
Really guys? Maybe most of you haven't seen Rainbow, but you need to get on that shit. Endless tears.
no, but i was really close when i watched clannad afterstory
grave of the fireflies is the only thing that's made me bawl. I fucking cried for like ten minutes while them credits rolled. It's been two years and I wanna rewatch it, but I'm scared.
The scene in porco rosso in the flashback when all the planes are floating in space made me choke up.
I've never cried, my friend says he has when talking about some really sad part of some show, but I personally never shed a tear at anime. Probably not at any form of entertainment, actually. I'm sure there's something psychologically fucked-up with me, and that's not just a "hurr durr dark and edgy defense mechanism."
That said, I got very emotional near the end of Ame to Yuki, when the son howls one last time to his mom before going off into the mountains. Heavy heart and everything when I saw that. Parents sacrifice everything for their children so that they may leave them, it's really bittersweet stuff.
Sadly the only video or movie that has made me cry was marley and me.
The best character indeed. I almost cried when he died.
I cried like a little girl with Clannad AS, after Nagisa dies. It was one of the first anime I've watched.
With Angel Beats too, but only with Yui's arc.
One Piece, in Arlong Park and the backstory of Brook and Chopper.
I don't cry when watching anime, but I cried a bit watching Clannad and cried like a bitch to Clannad AS.
That show made me feel things I've never felt before.
Now and Then, Here and There
tfw she was writing the letters the whole time.
i cri every tiem
I was going through some shit when I watched Tasogare Otome Amnesia, and it hit me pretty hard.
don't watch the movie it's shit
I know right?
Hell, I would go to juvenile prison and endure that shit to make deep blood connections with my bros there.
Their bond of brothership was stronger than anything because they have been forged under pain,blood, piss and tears.
Ahhh, It would feel good to have true comrades.
Band of Hawk(Falcon) Getting slaughtered during the Eclipse.
I got pretty sad at these parts:
Yeah I'm a huge faggot
You have no soul nigga.
I'm too manly and tough to cry tears. The only time I cried in my life was when the coupon for my local steackhouse expired and I had to eat a salad instead.
How do you NOT cry for the last episode of Angel Beats?
Yes. Five times so far, I think.
Mah nigga, man. That scene made my heart burn. I somehow was happy for Sayaka too but I just didn't want to accept her being dead.
Don't know what the last anime that made me cry was but this made me cry bitch teams 15 minutes ago
Non Non Biyori doesn't really have many over the top dramatic moments but I teared up a dozen times watching it. Just powerful, impactful sentimentality.
Sister relationships are my kryptonite
Every single time I've cried in anime, it's always involved father and child relationships.
The closest I've ever been to crying
angel bitsz made me feel like a shit
Refrain man, all of it. I cried.
I just completely lost it and cried.
"I don't want this."
"I finally got a chance to play with you guys..."
"I want to keep playing forever..."
I want to... get back all the time I've lost..."
"I was so desperate..."
"...to be with you guys..."
"But... now I can't... anymore..."
"I trained so hard, but nothing came of it..."
"Was my life... happy...?
Kyousuke: "No one can answer that."
"Kengo, that's something you decide yourself."
"Kengo, what do you yourself think?"
"...That I wasn't happy..."
"How could I say that..."
"...when I had great friends like you guys!"
"I was so happy!"
"I can't imagine life without having met any of you!"
"That's how happy I've been!"
"Good for you."
//Kengo walks up to me.
//He looks as calm and composed as he's always been.
//He stops in front of me and hands the ball over to e.
//I receive it.
//He still holds his hand out toward me.
"Let's shake hands."
"For our friendship."
//I hold out my hand.
//I seize his hand, so big and rough.
"The Little Buster are forever..."
Posting my crybitch list.
>last ep of Texhnolyze
>last ep of Aria
>second half of Haibane Renmei
>last 3 eps of Dennou Coil
>last 2 eps of Katanagatari
>First ep of Usagi Drop
>First ep of Binchou-tan
>Kaiba, Chroniko arc
>final scene of Lain
>final scene of Princess Tutu
>final scene of Disappearance
>final scene of Madoka
>Snail's farewell in Monogatari S2
>Rozen Maiden scene where Hinaichigo dies
>that one mini Ika Musume episode
>Several times in Natsume Yujinshou
>Several times in Sora No Woto
>Several times in Mushishi
>Several times in Tamayura
I was pretty close when Hughes died, and also when Yang Wenli died in LoGH
Final ep of Texhnolyze...just...why did it happend..
I thought refrain was annoying and the drama was cliche.
I liked the first little busters season much more.
Every time I see a happy couple and realize I will never be a loved and loving housewife
>tfw want to cry but can't
Several moments in Welcome to the NHK, Mayois final scene in Monogatari S2, and this scene.
I know that feel
Alright, will do.
Hopefully it's good.
That's because you're an animeonlyfag.
Recently gotten into the habit of crying when awesome shit happens, I don't know why.
The final fight against anti-spiral (In the show, not the movie) provokes tears without fault
Overflowing emotion of any kind can cause you to cry
Rather than this scene, I was closer to crying when Poppo broke down. Always joking around, almost like he's the only one that's moved on, only to find out he's as messed up as everyone else, trying to run from the reality, and ultimately failing to do so.
Like most people on 4chan
This entire show man.
Even Kaioh, the insurmountable demonic asshole, was filled with sorrow.
I've only read the VN, but Clannad is the has made me cry the most of all the VN's I've played, sure Mabu-Rabu had it's moments, but Clannad keeps hitting you like a train, every time I recovered I got hit by another bunch of tears, and even the true end made me cry like a bitch. Then I went straight on to play Planetarian, boy was that a fun morning.
Cowboy Bebop, Clannad, Ano Hana, and Code Geass all made me properly cry.
Only Clannad made me cry more than once, though.
>Then I went straight on to play Planetarian, boy was that a fun morning.
Wow, are you a masochist?
God, the anime was a decent adaptation, messed up a fair few moments, and cut a bunch of stuff, but godamn did it make me cry like a bitch.
Planetarian wasn't too bad, sadness wise, I'm about to read Narcissu tonight though, and I've heard that is a pretty sad VN. True Remembrance was a let down though, I expected it to be a fair deal better than it actually was. I probably should have played it when I first got into VNs instead of now that I'm waiting forever for translations to be cancelled.
>not crying to at least 25% of Natsume Yuuchinjou episodes
To be honest, only Winnie the Pooh has made me cry.
I watched Clannad AS from ep 12 to the end straight through and cried like a bitch. Like snot and everything.
I was started hitting the alc around ep 16 though.
Grave of the fireflies also got to me.
I cried when the Tachikomas sacrificed themselves to prevent a new World War.
Boku no Pico
Everytime I watch it.
It reminds me how fucked up am i
I don't think it's a medium which lends itself to crying. In order to
cry you have to really connect with the characters. There has to be an emotional and visual connection
for me to tear up. Even really emotional scenes like in FMA when Nina is killed and you see her body
lain next to Tucker to pile on the sorrow, you're still disconnected and the fact that it's animated hinders you
every time you want to feel empathy for the characters.
Fuck you for reminding me this
When Goku died after he took out Cell but I was a kid during that time.
When Lala died, I shed tears. Then there was this
The only anime that ever made me cry was Loveless.
I'm not a fujoshit.
No but a cartoon has
I cried at least four to six times during this ride. Holy crap. That scene being the first. But this fucking scene. Holy shit, this is where it really hit me hard. Because I have a friend that is exactly like him, minus the eyes. Same kind of sad life story of being unwanted, same kind of self-made man with a rigid sense of honor. Same kind of luck with women. And he's 31 right now.
Oh jesus christ no, not again. I'm happy that it's over and that it ended well for most of them. I don't want to watch it again. I want to forget all the bad things as if they were a nightmare that I have woken up from.
I hadn't really considered what it really meant for Japan to lose WW2, though. Holy fucking shit.
> Kaiba, Chroniko arc
God I want to watch it all over again now.
I cried like a little girl for the rest of the anime.
going merry's death and clannad after story
You know nothing of sad deaths, Rei.
that felt so forced to me. maybe because i never really liked Nagisa (worst girl) but it didn't affect me at all. what did get me was sayonara, papa
>giving a shit about a retarded alcoholic
The fucker met Jesus 3 times and is still an atheist.
The only character worth a shit in family guy is Quagmire.
None of the Nanto Roku Sei Ken had a more sorrowful death than the Emperor himself.
In the original anime? Absolutely.
i didn't cry, but i got goosebumps.
FMA > FMA:B
I honestly like the movie version of his death, because it solidifies what kind of person Souther was.
It certainly is annoying how the remakes shafted pretty much everyone except Kenshiro and Raoh (Where the fuck did Ryuuga go damnit!?) but the Raoh Den movies are rather good and i liked how they portrayed Souther.
Madoka Magica, Angel Beats, KnK, and the OVA for Another
Saki when best team didn't get in
closest would probably be part 2 of 5cm per second, cosmonaut, kanae tried so hard to be with takaki, but takaki just couldnt let go. the end monologue as she explains that she slept in a pool of moonlight and cried herself to sleep, knowing she'd always love takaki hit me like a train
the final song too.
TTGL 8, kaminas death 25, kittans death, 26, kamina saving everyone, 27, omnifucking everything in a galaxy sized mech, at the precise moment sorairo days starts.
aria the origination 10-13
azumanga daioh 26.
voices of a distant star
Just didn't see it coming.
I'm very "cry resistant", i think i haven't cried in 4 years now.
>no "ef - A Tale of Memories" or "ef - A Tale of Melodies"
Goddamn, was I the only one who cried like a little bitch when watching the last episode of them both?
Your a monster
Not my fault you cant understand comedy, faggot.
When Humpnie Hamburger was buried
lelouch didnt die faggot plus that was heroic and i had goosebumps then.
They were going to do the rest when he got back.
Its hardly heroic if he didnt die.
Lelouch just copied Raoh and snuck out through the backdoor when the gig was over.
Kircheis, Reinhard, Bucock, Merkatz, Oberstein, Reuntal, FUCKING YANG
Katanagatari, and a bit for the Tachikomas
the reason he didnt die is that he killed his father.
the end was romantic and it made me feel better cos lelouch really deserved a good end for him.
you remember the line "if you are the witch i'll be the warlock" he said this to c.c.
at the end he was immortal and guess what this makes him in our metaphor ? warlock.
it was pretty good. nunnaly is a bitch.
Hard to find these days a story that really makes you care so much about the characters. I was impressed when tears flowed once again while watching anime.
At first I thought, "holy shit, this director is cruel as fuck." Then I just"GO HARUKA! SAVE HER!" And then everyone just baaaaaaaaaaaaaawwwed.
Perhaps, but hes still a weaker copy of Raoh.
Right down to the part where he takes over and unites the world with force and terror as the big evil and "dies" to leave his younger sibling incharge of the world to lead it to a peaceful era.
This brought me close, but it reminded me of a friend.
Naruto is the only one
I spent half of this movie crying like a bitch
nope. the whole britannian aristocracy takes commands from "zero" which is now anyone who takes the mask. so he gave people the best democracy and put suzaku (best knight, lawful good) as guard of it.
he did it all fucking well.
Zero aids Nunnaly who is the global president.
Besides, suzaku can be said to be Lelouchs younger brother figure.
nunnaly president ? o.o just heard that.
well we can say that he is like younger brother but it is good anyway because lelouch TRULY knows the suzaku. he faced him as his enemy and as his best friend and it gives one some idea of the person right ?
dont be like that
>took the bait
Yes i know its you.
You are wrong, its not me.
All of these especially Aria made me cry like a little bitch.
So who's the guy in OP's pic? It's not Kenji from fucking Katawa Shoujo, god damn it google.
Goddamn man, you made me remember.
i criede @ teh end of kill la kil
No, but elfen lied nearly did.
At the end of Gungrave
Looks like Basara
I probably have shit taste, but I cried from the Toki and Raoh fight in Fist of the North Star.
I also cried from Mirai Nikki
This, although I forced it a bit to see if I was capable
>No Kodomo no Jikan
At the end of Lovely Complex and sometimes when animanga just hit home too much.
YOU'RE ALL POSTING IN A RECOMMENDATION THREAD.
>that entire fight
>At the end of Lovely Complex
The only thing I remember from the end of that show is thinking
>geez, the childhood friend who happens to be a tall model appears now. Fuck this shit.
i didn't know that show had any value outside of pedobait.
What kind of faggot cries to Mongolian moving pictures?
This was the hardest I've cried in 5 years.
My body was not ready
Do you remember the first anime that made you cry?
Neither was Shu's
Only once. Even though the plot and everything else was retarded as shit, I bawled like a baby at the end.
I didn't shed a year when Nagisa died but the Fuuko arc in season 1 had me in tears multiple times. Truly the best arc. AS wasn't nearly as good, except for the first arc maybe.
Honey and Clover and Idolm@ster during the Chihaya episode.
I was not ready for that second one.
I came close to crying at the end of Welcome to the NHK, and I cried at the end of K-on>
no shame. would cry again.
that epise had quite some impact on me as i was a kid. i still remember it like it was yesterday.
Robin's backstory really made me sob pretty hard just because i could relate having a single mother and hardly having any friends
Ya'll niggas know this scene
It's the surprisingly strong conveyance of the pretty abstract idea of Asuna's flash of insight that makes it hit home in a weird way. Something about the direction just makes it perfectly clear that she has a gut feeling that she recognizes as the feeling she had with Shun for the last time and the realization strikes her that she's never going to see Mimi again and so says her goodbye.
>replying to someone who filtered you
I know this moment got me bad.
Along with other episodes of course. Such as the one with Taki's father.
Holyshit when the little fuckers tried to heal him, it was so incredibly adorable and depressing at the same time.