Story and Philosophy of Trigun **Spoiler Alert!**
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Posted 3/24/07
discuss the story of trigun, and the philosophy of the anime and manga.
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Posted 3/24/07
Never read the manga but the anime is still one of my favorites. though i was a little disappointed at the ending..
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Posted 3/25/07
"Spoiler" wolfwood loses his life because he shows mercy to his enemy. Do you think wolfwood's actions were wise?
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Posted 3/27/07
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While I was so depressed after his death (I couldn't watch the rest of the series for like a week) I loved how Wolfwood chose to die. It showed how much Vash's friendship really meant to him since he was trying to 1. look out for his friend and 2. trying to emmulate his friend's philosophy on life.

Wolfwood was the best character in that whole series. He's the only character that really grows throughout the story arc. Vash is basically the same the whole way through...sure he has little bouts of depression, but he always holds on to his sense of justice and pacifism. Wolfwood, on the other hand, starts out kind of shady, but we can tell that there's good in his heart. He just doesn't know how to find the happy middle ground between justice and peace. But after the episode with the couple who is trying to run away from the caravan, we begin to see how Vash's actions have really impacted him. His whole speech about sacrifice shows just how much he was influenced.

Not to mention how his relationship with Millie changed him. She's the one that made him actually realize that there were things in that world worth living for. Millie with her unfailing optimism made him see the beauty that was present even in the most desolate surroundings. I was heartbroken when during his death scene he starts to dream about how his life could have been with Millie...oh and then seeing her crying on the bed...<stifles a sob>

Anyway, were his actions wise? I think they were necessary in order for him to finally find peace within himself.
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Posted 8/7/07
...really love vash....
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Posted 8/7/07
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Trigun really did have a good balance of comedy, action and drama. you really cant classify this amime. its in a class of its own.
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Posted 2/15/08
Trigun really was a class of it's own. Wolfwood's death made me feel like even though he changed his attitude towards everything, he still had to die for it to mean something or...'have weight'. It showed how much he loved Vash as a friend too. Although I really didn't want him to die. What do you think of the last part where Vash chooses not to kill his brother?
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