Your saddest anime moments.
Not just regular sad; but overwhelmingly sad.
My top three:
Wolfwood death in Trigun
Episode 22 of Cowboy Bebop when Faye and Ed leave the group
Abenobashi, when it's revealed
that Grampa Masa is deadand the whole "serious part" of the story.
watch Gintama they said, it'll be funny they saidd
>tfw when clicking the "I'm not a robot" button
RIP in peace
This is honestly the only death I actually felt for in that fucking show.
It didn't really hurt until the ED played.
First time I ever cried because of an anime
Oh sweet christ.
That scene was sad but the two scenes that really fucking hit me hard were
Rolo's death and Lelouches death whilst Nunally cried as people chanted his killers name. Also fuck anyone who says he lives; its better with a bittersweet ending
We all saw your amazing fight, Karin-chan!
I'm not even much of a Saibah fan, but this part made me genuinely depressed, that was too much for my heart.
The movies better adapt this well.
What's the dumbest thing you've ever cried to in an anime?
Frankly, this was way more sadder than the Fate ending, which was a bit bittersweet but still positive in the end.
Then we have it in UBW where Nasu didn't even try
this whole fucking scene. I've watched this serious about 5 times, maybe more; it just kills me every time.
>LOCKON! LOCKON! LOCKON! LOCKON! LOCKON! LOCKON! LOCKON! LOCKON! LOCKON! LOCKON! LOCKON! LOCKON! LOCKON! LOCKON! LOCKON! LOCKON! LOCKON! LOCKON! LOCKON! LOCKON!
also it made me sad when she's struggling to break the bracelet with a pressure machine. That when she accepts that she's gonna die that really kicked my heart.
My saddest moment in anime would have to be that feeling I get right after I finish jerking off to a cartoon.
as for me, right when he said this I bursted out crying
I cried like a little bitch during the entirety of Welcome to the NHK.
I had just broken up with my girlfriendand everything seemed to hit home with where I was with my life at that point.
I fucking dare people to find a scene more tragic than this
I was just rewatching this movie because of this thread. Good timing
he only said that because he already has a gf
we'll never know how or what he would say if he never met crab
kinda unfair though for cat expecting him to know her feelings, she hides behind a curtain, how the fuck is he supposed to know that?
When the other Nuns arrive there and see these two I legitimately teared up.
that part in daihase when the touman and based fukiyose are about to go on a date and tsuchimikado butts in out of nowhere and turns it into a group outing
i cry eveytiem
Balled my eyes out to these.
Also, I know it was a trainwreck but this still hit me pretty hard.
>Kimi ga Nozomu Ein
Mecha, ecchi, comedy they said.
It'll be fun they said.
I thought it was just going to be a fun anime about gambling
I was wrong
When Mitsuki finds out Eiichi died in episode 41 or 42. I've watched the whole thing three times, and it made me cry like a little girl the entire time from episode 41-52.
For me, it wasn't the actual death itself, but this final ending sequence. It just hammered home how senseless Togame's death, and everyone else's deaths, really were.
Man, didn't think it would hit me as hard as it did
>Space ambulance :^)
I will never enjoy snowball fights ever again. Dokkaan's ending was even worse for fuck's sake.
You're so fucking stupid, you think what Goku wants is to pass away in peace? He wants to fight until he can't fucking stand anymore, for all of eternity. GT's ending proved a complete lack of understanding of the character by whoever wrote that crap
「Ｃａｎｄｌｅｌｉｇｈｔ’ｓ Ｌａｓｔ Ｓｐａｒｋｌｉｎｇ！」
This scene triggers my feels every time.
>Final episode of HXH.
>Shows the fort.
>DONT DO IT.
>Zooms in slowly to the underground houses.
>Marshal and Spy beside them holding hands.
honestly if we are talking about zatch bell i think danny´s dead was sadder,too bad i can´t find a japanese clip of it
Kyousuke crying when Kirino admits that she cherish everything he's done for her during the first season.
I didn't get upset at them leaving but it just felt hollow like something was missing.
And it ushered in that fucking finale man.
First anime I watched and it set up what the medium can really do.
>tfw this scene never gets posted
I generally avoid watching sad stuff so this is one of the few saddening scenes I've watched in recent memory. Also,Fyana's death
i don't care if she was only dead for 3 episode i cried my eyes out
I've seen 37 of those and only 8 of them made me cry.
Half of its impact was thanks the OST though.
The scream. The knowledge that this was probably one of hundreds of times it had happened.
The attachment felt toward her too. Everything.
First season of Ippo was so good
>See you cowgirl, someday, somewhere ;_;
That episode is sad as fuck, with that and Faye breakdown.
man i had completely forgotten he left. fuck. i think it hurt because i felt the same way graduating highschool really. i haven't talked to anyone since.
but this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DAf7O-utVhw
kills me every time.
Wow that hit me like a dump truck, i read the manga like a month ago, and it wasn't that bad. But fuck that got me like a bitch
Now that I think about it, was that part overwritten later? The shop owner gets weirded out when Okabe mentions the suicide he told him initially, saying she just got sick/died of natural causes. Even if it was a result of the worldline shifting, anything that changed following her going to the 1970s would only have altered the details of the 'present' (as in the week of August it all takes place), since all the texts they altered were recent, right? Or was the shopkeeper just saying that to play it off?
Anyone knows whats the anime where a bunch of astronauts gets propelled into the future and finally get back to earth? Once they get there they are pretty sure everyone is either dead or not waiting for them to come back/ have forgotten about them. Then they see some beacon lighting up and they say something along the lines of "welcome home".
It's been a while since I've seen it, but I think it was altered because Suzuha's original failure was due to the time travel machine malfunctioning when she goes back in time, causing her to lose her memory until it was too late. Okabe fixes it so that she uses it before it becomes damaged, so she's able to complete her mission and doesn't fall into despair.
people always post the finale or Ed leaving, but this scene wrecked me.
That sounds about right, I remember the whole thing about stopping him from sending himself a text to convince her to hunt for her dad. And that makes sense since after re-trapping Ruka they find the IBM 5100 in the storehouse for Moeka to steal, meaning Suzuha had to have made it to the past intact to get it into the house.
Don't think of it as a spoiler, think of it as dramatic irony, makes life much more enjoyable.
I'm surprised this wasn't posted before
Fucking gay as shit but
The end of SAO2. That poor bitch dying from aids and everyone comes to send her off. Like holy shit ive seen people DIE in real life and not given a shit. But some how that fucking got me.
I don't know why but this scene fucking crushed me.
this scene got me.
granted, the anime was pretty depressing overall, but..
I got really depressed too, I thought it was an anime about characters having to face reality and move on with their lives through the power of friendship. Instead I got a shitty ghost ex machina where everyone gets to say goodbye and write stupid notes.
Spirit Circle had much more impact on me.
Especially with all the "fate break promises, next life deliver" happening around.
Doesn't really have many "big" scenes though, as it's recurring trough the whole manga.
This manga was the saddest 41 pages I had ever read.
The entire first half was just fucking brutal.
This guy was a villain yet his death was sad as fuck.
A lot of King's backstory hit me pretty hard, and his face after he found Diane half dead while they were trying to rescue Elizabeth really destroyed my heart in the manga. I still well up thinking about it. Something about the detail in Nakaba's art.
On a lighter note, this almost made me cry out of happiness. I definitely screamed at the top of my lungs like the nerd I am.
Dude when i made that image i didnt know most of the shows, i still don't
I just asked people in the thread and they answered and i added the text in the Ubuntu font cuz for some reason i thought it looked really cool
God this would have been a 10/10 ending if it ended when she left.
Yes I know it's Naruto, it was still sad.
Say what you want of the show, Gin's death was tragic.
This hit me pretty hard, not gonna lie. Bitter sweet as fuck.
Who knew fucking Hiro Mashima could write something worthwhile.
Have you forgotten already /a/? I cried like a little bitch mainly because something similar has happened to me. I had a kitten called scamp he was the runt of the litter, first to do everything, the most friendly and loved playing but one day scamp got weak, had no energy and became almost like a rag doll. I brought him inside, tried to warm him up and fed him milk with a dropper but he wasn't improving.
The next day I found him dead. The worse part was there was nothing I could do about it, he had fading kitten syndrome like incident had, he was doomed from birth.
Oh my god, I thought I was the only one that was impacted by this enough to cry. Everything about that scene killed me, the rest of the manga is god awful and I only read it while I was still a wee kid but just thinking about that scene fills me with dread.
I cry like a bitch every time.
I cried at episode 11 of ARIA because I liked the insert song, Symphony. For some reason I can never cry at sad moments, but I cry when I hear some songs. I also cried when I heard Chris' character song from Symphogear.
Honestly this scene got to me WAAAAY more than the ending.
This scene killed me and I don't even really know why.
An absolutely tearjerking end to a mostly forgettable manga.
>just finish watching Macross Frontier a few hours ago
Pic related, grief edition.
Makoto from Kanon dying. Kind of not a moment, but several tear-filled episodes leading up to it.
Fuck with a young grill. I tear up.
Fuck with a fox. I rage and tear up.
Fuck with a young grill that's a fox that's been loyally waiting for MC to come back for years and sacrificed herself just to talk to him? I bawl like a bitch.
Read all of the chapters, but this is the best one.
Be sure to click the play button on the top bar, to get to music going.
This whole show.
This fucking manga. I knew what was coming, but i still wasn't ready for it. I cried like a fucking bitch when Ai died.
I'm glad it didn't show her actually dying. That would have been even fucking worse.
like a sack of bricks, out of nowhere
Seeing Okabe's PTSD attacks hit me hard.
My brother killed himself after suffering from it for six years, and he would have similar attacks.
This. I cried like a bitch.
The Dragon Ball manga ending is still the best.
>goku rides off to train for another fight
>akira toriyama: this is as far as I can show you. I'm sure the characters will have many adventures in the future, but don't worry, they'll always have the power of the dragon balls.
It was just a shitty bait & switch but this scene absolutely killed me when I first saw it
Urasawa was able to make me cry with just a couple chapters of character development.
>That scene after the fight
I had to pause the episode after it happened, it was hard to see the rest of the episode through tears.
The ending scene to Gurren Lagann. I can relate to it and it hurts time.
I was watching like the second to last episode of this show and had to pause it so I could go be with my dog while he died. When I went back to watch it I just couldn't finish. It took me two weeks to finish the show and when I finally got around to it I bawled my eyes out the entire 40 minutes it took and now whenever I hear the OP I get #sofuckingtriggered.