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>thinks he's a grown man
Just admit you're heartless
As a NEET living alone with my 16 year old giant slow burmese cat, Kanojo to Kanojo no Neko has reduced me to sobbing 3 times now.
>"My life was meaningless..."
The anime does some scenes better, but I thought this one was more heart wrenching in the VN
Anohana and Shigatsu
I dont care if theyre babbys first feel bad anime. Its still real to me damnit ;_;
I always cry at least thrice whenever I rewatch Kaiba, so cumulatively probably that. I cry easily when consuming any fiction though, but I don't think I've actually cried to anything too recently.
Though I remember reading Vagabond drunk a few years ago and the chapters with Matahachi's Mom made me weep like a child. I'm talking on the ground bawling, though I was plastered. Thats probably the hardest I've cried.
Almost cried with Madoka (I really wanted to say I did, but I'm a fucking idiot at times like this).
Almost cried with F/Z (after reading the whole fucking VN I literally memorized the Famous Last Words).
Can't think of more.
I always cry with movies though.
This has been mentioned a few times now, i watched that shit years ago and i was not impressed. Why did you cry when you saw it, was there something i missed? Did you have an eye infection?
That moment in Shinsekai Yori when they're all sitting in the council figuring out what happened with the war and you realise it while they're talking.
Evidence that It's all 12 year olds that say Elfen Lied is good and made them cry. Pottery.
I mean, I can see how a 12 year old would find it sad, but it was fucking awful.
Not to mention the manga with all its annoying fetish pandering.
With madoka i started tearing up with the prologue of the first episode while slowed down magia was playing, and by episode six i was literally lying on the floor in a lake of snot and tears
I was in a terrible moment of my life, madoka was cathartic
I watched it at a rough time in my life and it just hit me fuckin hard, man. Doesn't help that I was pretty close to my brother growing up so brotherly love stories always hit home with me.
Fuck you, Araki.
I've never cried while reading/watching anything, hell i went through grave of the fireflies without a single tear (I did feel sad, of course) but damn.
Gyro's death, Valentine's last efforts before accepting his own fate and Johnny's life after (and, before) made me grab a box of tissues
Even before that, i felt so bad for Diego and Hot Pants.
Lets go home, Gyro.
This scene made me angry and depressed.
I knew at this point she was going to lose. I hope you're happy chitoge.
All these baby men crying over toddler anime. At least post something that provokes actual emotion. Sheesh.
loyal and loving pets are one of the few blessings we get in this world. But to stay on topic SAO had me crying the most so far.
And one more thing. Three great dogs over the years. I can wait to meet them in Heaven. But i know when i get there, it will be part of the greatest joy i can ever feel.
>Grandmothers dies, don't cry once, not at her funeral even when my mother is totally broken
>Family dog dies, tear up just a little bit because I went in to see her while she was being put down
>Anime and other media has made me cry quite profusely more then once
I'm so fucking detached from reality I really should just die.
A bunch, I tear up easily.
Clannad After Story (the part with the goodbye to the father, hit harder due to personal reasons)
Trigun, Gungrave and Cowboy Bebop had its moments
TTGL, not Kamina's but Kittan's scene
The last part of Katanagatari for some reason.
And a bunch of movies.
okay, then how about
>And one more thing. Three great dogs over the years. I can wait to meet them in Heaven. But i know when i get there, it will be part of the greatest joy i can ever feel
is this nigger serious.
>heaven being a thing
>if it was, thinking fucking animals going there
Sure Your Lie in April was pretty devastating but once we learned Kaori's true intentions and just imagined how creepy it would've been from a guy's perspective then it would lose the fairy tale like sensation it had and just be outright creepy, because double standards and shit.
Galaxy Express 999 left me feeling hollow on a few episodes, especially the episode where all the civilians are at war with one another while the upper class watch them for entertainment.
The part where Kiritsugu blows up the zombie plane with Natalia inside.
I didn't cry but tears kept pouring out.
nah dude its the emotions you keep bottled up. Like i said in >>138800377 you can only carry so much over time before you have to let it out. So yeah I cry some times. Especially when certain scenes remind me of what i have lost over the years.
But the end of 0083, especially that last episode, Kou looking at the crops, Keith in the Gelgoog. It brings out a lot of emotions in me, and a bunch of nostalgia.
FLCL comes kind of close in recent years.
Speaking of Gundam: War in the Pocket has quite a few sad moments, Bernies death doesn't do it for me but Al's reaction at the ceremony at the end along with Christina in the airport.
Same. Even when the sad reveal is fucking obvious it still gets me.
the most? not sure.
most recently? during pic related, surprisingly
I wish 0080 did more for me. But since it was built up as tragic, it had less impact. I still defend it as one of the saddest thing committed to animation and use it as a pretty good entry into Gundam for newbies.
Probably, but I was a kid playing through the story over and over again in Gundam: Encounters in Space. So I tend to be more lenient.
The only question is would it have been as good as the Geass S2/AGE shitstorm.
Saikano. Now go watch. You really should have recognised it.
made me cry at the end, good job show
>Shigatsu wa kimo uso
Mediocre. Didn't cry at all
>Hunter x Hunter
Komugi, are you still there?
all three of the true endings made me tear up a bit. Couldn't be helped: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RDMXVvHSnJ0
>Grisaia no Kaijitsu
cried like a little fucking bitch during Amane's ending. They weren't playing fair at all
fucking fuck I cried seven times what the fuck jesus. It was exhausting.
I didn't cry when Nagisa or Ushio died though
Forgot to add that I cried a little when Akari returned in Yuru Yuri. That caught me off guard big time. The cop-out at the end was the perfect combination off "pisses you off" and "makes you laugh your ass off"
If you don't cry reading/watching Hokuto no Ken then you have no humanity.
And also you'll never reach Musou Tensei.
angel beats was the only one that ever got me to shed a tear but TTGL was the one that hurt the most
"They had it coming" doesn't make things less sad.
Anyway, the thing i found more painful was the cold and progressive extinction of ingenuity
It was like watching yourself becoming adult from outside
>In my country all the kids watched it
HnK executes moments of immense sadness really well, better than any other manga at least. Over 30 years on and still the GOAT.
I agree. Also despite being the first (well, second) proper shounen fighting manga and popularise many things for that particular subgenre of shounen manga, it still did stuf back then which no manga did before or after it. I can't imagine what it must have been like to read it as it came out, no wonder if fucking sold shitloads.
She was more or less the same the entire time. MC never did anything of worth, she more or less caused the whole event by catching the demon in the first arc and when she got lost and Satoru had to come back to save her getting them both captured.
It was a good story but it was from the wrong characters perspective.
honestly, the KANADEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE was so generic I busted out fucking laughing
completely ruined the scene for me
the rest of it before that had a made me scared for why Otonashi was still there and really set it up to be a great scene but lelmaeda writing
I don't ever feel like crying while watching anime, but Homura's downfall in Rebellion managed to have me sobbing like a bitch.
One Piece also did a very good job at making me cry over the death of a ship.
Never cried over an anime. I've gotten a heavy feeling a few times, and my eyes have gotten a little wet, but never any tears. I remember this scene pushed me real close, though.
Just got around to watching Your Lie in April, starting crying at the last episode right before my friends were coming over to help me build more of the deck. One of them had watched it and just nodded knowingly, the others were disgusted I'd cry at an anime.
Fate/Zero. I had seen the seagulls webm before, but didn't realize it was from this and lost it when I realized what was going to happen.
Even though the ending is clear to those that read the VN, I still teared up a little when Iskander finally went. I'm just glad he lasted so long.Oh, and I when I reread FSN I teared up a bit at that one scene where Saber is brushing Illya's hair in Fate.
Not anime, but I shed a few tears at the ending of Hana to Akuma.
And finally at the ending of
Tasogare Otome x Amnesia, the scenes where they're writing in the notebook because he can't hear her anymore and he starts breaking down as she asks if he's going to cry.Then they fucking ruined it by "jk, I'm back!" GIVE ME BACK MY FUCKING TEARS, SILVER LINK!!! Oddly enough other shows like Now and Then, Here and There never really affected me. I have yet to watch Clannad though, so I shouldn't say anything.
Samurai Champloo made me tear up multiple times especially the scenes where Mugen is pleading that he doesn't want to die yet and that episode where the kid was a pickpocket because his mom was sickly and then he got cut down; and his mom told the team he's not coming back is he. All followed by the ending theme gave me massive feels.
The ep of sailor moon where it was revealed she was the princess. I was 9
Wolfs rain, natsume yuujincho, mushishi, others I can't remember.
The opening for FFXIV:ARR gets me bawling every time
>Sorry, I bit your tounge.
>yfw you realize it's a slowed down piano version of her OP
I know we're not supposed to admit it but
naruto the scene when Hinata sacrifices herself against Pain and we get flashbacks from the Chunin exams of her fight against Neji
but a giant tearjerker about that thing was the music I'll admit.
THIS FUCKING SCENE RIGHT HERE
JUST FUCK MY SHIT UP KISHIMOTO
I cry on pretty much every moeshit SoL
I feel you anon. I've never felt as much as a bitch as when watching Aria. I cried almost every episode because it was so beautiful. I haven't even started the Natural yet because I know I need to be alone while watching or else I'll cry like a fag in front of people.
It's just too beautiful and perfect.
Honorable mentions to H2O: Footprints in the Sand and Clannad. Bitch tears were had.
Fuck youtube and showing me shit I don't want. Can't find the actual scene, but here's the music.
I don't care what /a/ though, I loved the hell out of Kyousogiga, and this scene got me good. So many different feelings hit like a ton of bricks, but it made me happy at the end.
This hit hard. Really hard.
>Dislike the characters at first
>They grow on me
>Really invested in the movie
>Shit goes down
>Holy shit it's going down hard
>That plot twist
A good set of tears comes from a buildup and great ending. This fucking movie did way more.
Not sure it counts but the animation that made me cry the most was La Maison in petit cubes.
Pretty short and amazing.
Besides that, anime tends to be pretty overdramatic in trying to make you cry and it comes off as hilarious. Like clannad & angel beats
even seeing a gif of that scene gets me teary
Pokemon, the first movie where Ash gets stoned
Teared up at Shigatsu
Felt empty at the ending of Dragonball and FMAB
Don't really remember many that I cried at, actually. If tearing up counts then there are a lot more that I've somehow blocked out.
I teared up when I finished Azumanga Daioh believe it or not
Mushishi's a close second. I want to be like Ginko so much. Travelling is my passion.
Byousoku 5 centimeter also got me, because I could relate heavily. I had girl friends at the same age...and well, you know the story.
Didn't make me cry, but made be depressed as fuck
Hotaru no haka. I do not think there is anything more deliberately cruel. Yes,it's fucking deliberately. Yes, Imperial Japan has its faults, but it's always heartbreaking to see innocent victims that try to survive alone in this shit.
K-on and kimi no iru machi
Both for the same reason but Kimi hit me harder. Christ growing up is probably one of the worst feelings when you slowly but surely realised that you peaked in highschool/first year uni
>when things get so hype you feel it in your adams apple and tears start flowing
"I wonder if it's enough already?"
Anytime this song comes on, really.
Tbh I am heartless bastard and don't feel any strong type of emotions while watching anine, but despite that there was one moment I cried like a little bitch.
dropped the anime 1ep later
Fma has fucked me up a lot
Shiki made me cry like a little girl, I really liked nao so the episode focusing on her ruined my shit
Episode 1 of cross game
Tonnes of others these just stick out
>using tonnes instead of tons when referring to an arbitrary number of things
>not using metric arbitrary numbers of things
Kill La Kill
Haibane Renmei made me feel a bunch after Kuu went away.
Seeing Rakka sad was just too much for me.
This is so damn heartbreaking because usually characters look peaceful in their last moments but Wolf felt completely cheated and angry
I let out a few tears for Boku dake ga Inai Machi when Kayo confronted a hot breakfast.
A bunch of shows have made me cry in the past but I don't specifically remember them. Been too long, watched too many.
The finale of Chrno Crusade manga made me cry.
Probably Angel Beats at the moment where he yells out his eternal but damned love..
I'm pretty emotional, cried through the whole last 3 episodes of SAO II even though I know and hate how shitty this production string strategy is.. Im just too empathic for these things as I have gone through a lot of stuff myself and can comprehend anything to a pretty severe degre...
I don't cry with anime, but VNs always make me cry. Must be all the time investment, since you pretty much can read every thought of the MC and you somehow, even if you don't self-insert, get attached more to the protagonist through reading the watching.
Anyway, last time I cried like a baby was in Grisaia no Kajitsu in the Sachi's route.
The Chimera Arc of Hunter X Hunter made me cry. Though not because it was sad. But because it was so fucking shit.
And then they pull that whole;
>only some are bad
>look, this one who is responsible for the deaths of hundreds upon hundreds is a good guy
>he dindu nuffin because he only cared about his queen
>oh and he has some of his memories, this means he a good boy dindu nuffin
Fucking stupid shit. Took me forever to get past that whole arc because I just couldn't take the stupidity.
There a lot "sobbing" titles. But as I remember manly tears in
Hokuto no Ken
Grisaia no Kajitsu
and pic related is last one
I felt empty as fuck seeing Renge cry in
I was sobbing like a little girl when I finished this, holy shit
/a/ I'm looking for a gothic anime series, of which I've only seen 1 or 2 screenshots, on /fa/ no less.
Basically all I remember is an extremely tall and thin male character (grotesquely tall and thin) wearing what can only be described as bondage gear. Like a gigantic long drapey dress.
I'm aware that this isn't the appropriate thread but it looked depressing as fuck.