More like just jerking scene.
It's both funny and sad at the same time
SIX BILLION PEOPLE ANGRY IRISVIEL, SIX BILLION PEOPLE.
>The obvious cgi
>The lifeless look on their faces
>The copy/paste of their faces and bodies
This is certainly tear jerking.
I cry every time
That scene was ultra cringe.
Matter of fact, if you have any familiarity with the military at all and that show doesn't frustrate the shit out of you, then there's something wrong.
It isn't as sad as people say honestly. >>134791269 is a lot sadder.
Cried at these.
No scene in any anime ever made me lose my shit more than this one.
Most of the Key adaptations (Kanon, etc) hit me like a truck. Especially Makoto.
Is that Toei's Clannad adaptation? God, that was terrible. So much lens flare.
this saddens me, again and again
LL wasn't a tearjerker by any means, but the drama was pretty effective when it did happen.
Like pic related. I actually cried in my sleep the night I watched the episode, FUCK.
Gets me every time this scene's strings come in. Just, how?
>Eyes always get watery really easily
>Watched all of this with a friend who usually jokes around during everything we watch
>Bitch tears leaking down my face
>Look over and his eyes are all watery
we've never spoken about this anime ever again
I usually fall pretty easily for this kind of drama but I was still pretty annoyed by Honoka for not giving a shit about what Bird wanted to tell her and how she dealt with Eli's sister so it didn't work out what then killed the ending for me, plus she had too much screentime even in S2
Maybe it's because I'm a Honokafag, but I actually felt that it made her a more realistic character. She is the leader, after all, and must've been under a lot of stress.
I mean, Honoka kind of lost her shit in S1 as well when Kotori wanted to study abroad. But that's a pretty normal reaction, right?
I don't know if the animu made me cry more than the manga
When you know that you are only living on borrowed time, you'd become selfish.
She enabled him to play the piano again, apart from it being a touching story. As someone wiser than me said "When you know that you are only living on borrowed time, you'd become selfish."
>you'd become selfish.
Let me rephrase that
>You'd treat each day as your last and try to get the most out of it, hoping that everyone would forgive/understand the shit you've done after you are resting six feet under or in some urn.
No one has posted this yet? I cried... manly tears...
I usually don't cry with this things but fuck...with this psrticulsr scene I cried like a baby
I lit the last cigarette one of my best friend would ever smoke, and I shot a kid that was about 10 years old. Take that as you wish.
show coulda been a lot better
but this scene still did it for me
Shitty anime that kinda sort of got to me?
That scene in Valvrave where Marie pilots unit one and kept overusing the runes, destroying her memories while saying "it's ok, it's ok" over and over.
Just pullin yer leg there. I did a jump with some swedes the other week. Cool dudes. Were not going to sudan anytime soon. Iraq maybe. That would be sweet.
I sure teared with how hard I was jerking it
I hated her so I never watched after story.
I watched the first series then Tomoyo and Kyou's routes and quit. No way in hell am I watching worst girl's route, I don't care if it's 'official'
I-its not tears, i just need a moment alone t-that's all.
Why are you crying? She gave her life so that Jesus Makabe could live and get even more special treatment?
She was just more fodder for the Jesus Makabe experience. She should be happy to get that much. A death like that is all she should expect for even daring to try and have romantic feelings for Jesus Makabe.
The last few episodes are an emotional rollercoster
Carry your best friend on your back all the way home. Don't even realize he died on the way until you get there.
>So much lens flare.
Lens flare you say?
last few episodes of little busters refrain hit me really hard.
Kengos goodbye made me cry tbhfam
crying homu and her voice failing. we had that during episode 11 too.
that's the obvious choice.
I was going to post that. minori makes some amazing VNs.
The second time this flashback happens it hits so hard because it's not just repeated for emphasis. The first time we see it, Asuna is just remembering it as an event. When she calls it back again it's because she actually understands her mother's feelings. The context is completely different and it illustrates Asuna's growth and understanding. She's begun to know what loss is.
I'll never forget how the Christmas scene made me shed some tears, but today I nearly cried at pic related
this movie was so full of those moments though
This got me the hardest, especially how everyone else reacts to it.
The scene in Shigatsu where Glasses MC is humming on the beach with childhood friend. Not sure why, but scene makes me emotional. Just that scene. Nothing else invoked any sort of emotion beyond boredom. Not even
Kaori's deathcould make me feel anything. Was honestly happy when that went down.
Actually, the whole second half of the show is a tearjerker.
>Think I'm holding up well
This hit me like a truck the first time I watched it. Could still cry a bit when rewatching but not filling buckets like the first time.
>watching them playfully banter
>then find out that banter were his last words
Natsume had several episodes that made cry.
This came out of nowhere
This whole thing.
No mater it looks like shit, Made me root for main characters more than any battle series did. Cried like a child every few chapters.
SON OF A GOD DAMN MOTHERFUCK
Just imagine being sent so far into the future, that not only everyone you know is dead - but several generations after are also dead.
The only scene in 20 years of anime watching that did, and still does, every time.
I don't think it's a time factor, I just think that most anime aren't written well enough to make you care.
I've only cried to two movies in my life, and those were just two-hour long movies.
Just finished S1 last night.
Aruru's reaction is what got me though.
This episode. Goddamn, this got to me, mainly because I don't think I've ever experienced love. It was just so beautiful but bittersweet. I know this shit was a comedy show, but this part hit me like a truck.
Who will be the first elitist to say this wasn't sad
that did nothing for me. ep 136 with the girl ant going back to her mom, that fucked me up, though.
surprised this hasn't been posted yet.
Nigga don't do this to me. That was the worst ride of the season.
Do Mon didn't deserve this I couldn't help but tear up at the entire end of the episode.
I cried pretty much every time he returns from a trip but this one especially rekt me
>mfw the kanji for Reki are almost identical to the kanji for "Run Over"
This god dammit, I was 17 when I first watched this in 2009 and i still get the feels
I cried like a bitch too, but I don't want to rewatch it because looking back to it, the idea of a bunch of people not being able to get over a childhood friend from years ago just feels forced. But if I cried then it had to do something right, so I won't disagree.
Gungrave's end also hit me hard, but it's been so many years I don't remember anything about it anymore. Most recently, that CCS episode where Sakura's father and greatgrandfather encounter and have a talk. I didn't expect to react that way, but seeing them come to terms after the grandfather realizes Sakura's happy and her father really is a good person felt good. The whole episode is really heartwarming too with Sakura's determination to send a gift to her grandfather and the way she gets around crafting the gift.
Came here to post Gungrave. I cried like a little bitch, you should rewatch it, probably one of my favorites of all time on how the way the story and friendship unfolds. One of my favorite endings of all time too.
Sometimes it's necessary, to reminding who we are
>when it shows them meeting for the first time as kids at the end
Are you fucking serious? He said it in the post you goddamn retard.
Nothing in anime is as sad and soul crushing as real life m8.
This show ended up being pretty shitty in the end, but up to this point, it was on course to be AOTS. The whole episode had me on the verge of tears, but this scene in particular really had me bawling. I probably hadn't cried in 10 years before that.
Yeah I feel ya. The last half of the recent episode was pretty gut punching especially the end.
I didn't cry, but that last scene where Yuu wakes up in the hospital with no memories and talks to Charlotte was pretty emotional.
The entire thing wasn't written very well, but fuck me if that wasn't a well-directed scene.
11 year old me was not ready for this
Didn't help in Japanese either because Wizardmon is voiced by Akira Ishida and I was getting hardcore Eva flashbacks
>tfw I was expecting it to have more shooting and war
>still enjoyed it and might be my top anime anyway
Is it reasonable to love and hate a character at the same time?
Gunbusters ending and this right here. The only two things that made me cry bitch tears.
My impression is that she said she still wanted to kill him in order to not make him sad from what I've read from other anons, or was she still trying to kill him? Also being spoilered by this a long time ago put me off from watching it, do I do it anyways?
That was the moment that the intimacy level of the crew hit its apex. They'd always worked together as a team, but for their own interests and they'd always revealed truths of their past but as pedagogy. Here everyone gets involved in their frailty and humanity in a way that cuts into everyone a bit, but Faye especially. It still gets to me.
This one gets me every fucking time.
This scene got me so hard, i was expecting her to live more than the rest of the cast yet she was the 2nd to go
The death in the most recent episode was great too, the first season of this show was so meh but exodus is incredible
This shit got me so hard when i was watching through gundam, this was also the series that made me realize just how much better this entry was than the 3 shows i saw before it.
Shit, even thinking about it right now makes me sad
The anime was a special kind of shit, but I was listening to the ost recently and this still hits me hard.
The 3rd act starts off retarded and seems like theres no redeeming the series, then it has the 3 best god damn episodes to end the show on, seriously this might have the best ending in all of anime, right up there with bebop and war in the pocket for me
Good choice. I wasn't a fan of how the anime handled a lot of details but they absolutely nailed that one.
Pic related also counts for me, if not for sad reasons.
I hate this guy as soon as heaven and earth started, he was an annoying little shit and he was even worse in exodus.
Then in season 2 you see how broken he truly is desperately holding onto hope that his best friend is still alive knowing full well theres no way, you see him break down at just the act of being able to eat hot food with his family again, suddenly the shittiest character in the show was one of the best, then this fucking scene happens
Fafner exodus is one of the most depressing shows in anime, I dont know what the fuck happened between it and the prequals cause its ridiculous how much better it is. Shame that cause the first seaosn and movie are so flawed this gem will be lost in irrelevancy in the west aside from a few threads here on /a/ and the dedicated small group of people on /m/ (that g-rektards are now going after )
This scene was actually really well handled, its a shame it was wasted on this abomination of a show, hell it could of actually gotten decent after this scene cause the few eps before that were quite nice but they go full retard like i havent seen a show go before, even aldnoah was less retarded.
>mfw completely forgot about this scene
Just goes to show how little of an impact her character made
People get unlucky anon.
I think that's really the most disappointing thing about Guilty Crown. It wasn't like it was just vomited out by a studio that just didn't give a shit. The animation, music, OST, and a number of well-executed scenes really spoke to the sheer amount of talent that was funneled into this schizophrenic mess that had no clue what it was trying to be and where it was going.
I don't think anything has ever hit me quite like this scene did. I remember laying in bed and staring at the ceiling for like 45 minutes afterwards
Shit, if you're going to go with moments from the VN, I'd say the point where Okabe returns to the beta line and realizes that he has to live without her. I cried really hard at that.
I would've posted that but I didn't want to cry too. Speaking of, this also counts.
The previous stuff is a lot better the second time around, if you're ever up for it. Helps a lot to already know who everyone is and how they're related instead of having it dumped all at once.
But yeah, they know how to make deaths fucking sting.
i've never seen this anime, but fuck that was amazing.
I dont know i think the first season has too many flaws to think it'd get better the 2nd time through, alot of the deaths in it were too halfassed and only happened right as the character got development or really any type of character. Exodus handles it way better cause they are playing off the build up from the surivors and in the case of the most recent death there was an entire season's worth of character development before they died
I dont think the first season is bad, i actually think its quite good, but its only about a 6/10 for me, right of left is a 7/10 and heaven and earth is a 5/10
exodus is 8 or a 9 though, i say 8 cause i dont think its gonna wrap up as satisfyingly as i wish it did, still kind of upset a certain old bitch basically got a free pass on genocide.
after they showed his past, holy shit right in the heart
He passed away having used up all his lifetime
That line hit me like a fucking truck.
The first half of Kaiba was just plain cruel.
>rewatching all of monogatari
>Get sad at every Hachikuji scene
Kyouko had a hard life.
For me it was was pic related. I know it wasnt sad but it got me in a deep deep depression for a few days after. The dude did everything and life just shit on his face and fucked him.
J-G Bu last episode. Every one saying good buy in the club room after graduation.
Came outta nowhere from a show you'd least expect to shed tear to.
>You're telling me this is the dream, Sayaka?
>VN is tagged with "One True Route"
>expect to be able to save Yuuko somehow
>turns out choices don't matter at all in minori VNs and they just send you back to the starting screen if you pick the wrong one
then I learned what an utsuge was
At least Chihiro gets a good end in both the anime and VN. Chihiro deciding to break up with Renji and forget about him while she still remembers they were lovers was one of the most emotional moments of the VN.
I tear up just listening to the song.
Holy fuck I'm not the only one who remembered that.
Anyone with any familiarity with WAR would know what they were trying for in that scene and if you had been drinking all night and that scene comes on it is rather touching but I get what you are coming from showing emotion is hard at times in this society for various reasons.
I pity him but he was certainly not redeemed in the end. Only his death would have redeemed him. I was still in tears at the ending probably because booze/the spectacle of everything.
I shed a tear of happiness for them.
For me the most tear jerking scene this season
Those first 10 minutes of Kotoura-san. Holy shit, I felt an inmesurable amount of disgust to the human beings that Kotoura had to deal with when she was younger.
And then the show turned to shit after that
Are you a hippo or a lion, /a/?
So many. Even if none of them died or anything, the format made it so every character needed to have a moment like this. Just like life. This manga made me cry so much during my teens. For me the worst were
Danny, Penny and Byonko, Earth, pic related and of course the last one.