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Letting girls die in anime (Spoilers)
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Posted 1/22/08
well i never watched air but i didnt like it when lucy died at the end of elfin lied T^T so cruel i liked her......
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ok i do know wat u mean but i only half way agree i think mahoromatic's ending sucked because of her dying but i feel it's also necesary sometimes like in elfien lied.
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All i can say is thats one long title. .....Meh you can't have a story without someone dying. Obvious to the point where one must die especially the protagonists main love-interest
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27 / F / the DOLPHIN and S...
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its called a tragedy story..!
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25 / F / boring, bland ohio
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tradgedy. would it be different if it was a guy that died?
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well that just makes the anime even better, cause that feeling will stay with u for a long time. "it leaves an impression"
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Well... .__.
It's not really my place to say what ending a creator should use. Since I've used sad endings too... ^u^
Sometimes, a sad ending just fits with the anime... .__.
Or if a character is just incurably insane/evil. They did that to a character in Black Lagoon... .__.
Also, I think what creators who let characters die are trying to say is: "Stories don't always end in a happy way."
Or...
"CRY DAMN YOU!!! I WANT YOU TO CRY!!!!!!" D< ....That's what I think when creating a sad scene.


But!!! Also, there are times when the story just DEMANDS a sad ending just by the events in the story. Trust me, you'll never see when a story is demanding a sad ending until it happens...! I have a friend whose developed a sixth sense from watching so many animes and reading so much manga they can tell what kind of ending the story will have... XP ... Which is why I don't bring them when I go buy manga...
Posted 1/22/08
Chrono Crusade... rosette died and Chrono.. soo sad...
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Posted 1/22/08
Air TV Clannad and Kanon 2006...yeah i guess im right
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27 / M / Canada
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Posted 1/22/08
are u talking about romeo and juliet written by Shakespeare
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... Just because the ending didn't turn out the way you liked doesn't mean its not good. >.< I mean, take a look at School Days, Sekai died. I was not like "OMG! How they let the girl die!?!" (Instead I was like: "Wow.") For me, all I want is a nice, unexpected ending. Personally, I hate just happy endings. Their so damn predictable and annoying, I want some sad in the ending...Sad endings are good, their mostly unexpected. 100% happy endings just annoy me. The girl dying? The anime goes on, or ends, either way. Besides, guys die all the time... I'll put it short, I honestly won't get mad the ending or the manga artist just because the girl died. How could they let her die? Well, its their story, they can do whatever they want with it. ^-^ Although when the girl protagonist in the a romance dies and leaves the male protagonist all alone -.- it IS a bit sad...or very. But still, I've got no complaints. ^-^
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Posted 1/22/08
Tragedy always leaves a better mark on the soul.
Besides, death will always exist, and putting it in anime, while giving only a small taste, still presents all the sorrow of a death. Especially for some of the authors, who may have recently lost a love one, it is a beautiful way to remember them by.
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Posted 1/22/08

Uohz wrote:

Tragedy always leaves a better mark on the soul.
Besides, death will always exist, and putting it in anime, while giving only a small taste, still presents all the sorrow of a death. Especially for some of the authors, who may have recently lost a love one, it is a beautiful way to remember them by.


Agreed, I find that Tragedy is always predominant when it comes to memory. Air must have been probably the saddest anime I've ever seen but the more sad it is just means the producers/authors are that amazing. As for why female protagonists die, I don't think animes like AiR or Kanon would be NEARLY as memorable if the characters hadn't died. So as i said before, it plays a role in the anime.
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Posted 1/22/08
thats true in alot of anime's a girl of some importance is dead or is going to die!
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26 / F / LaviLand!!!!!!!! ♥
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Posted 1/22/08

shimmery_lyt wrote:

well let me say this first HOW CAN YOU LET THE GURL DIE......ive watched a lot of anime that they let the gurl to be precise they let the protagonist's love interest die...or the gurl die...... or the love of the boy die who knows just get my point hehehehe....

it really pisses me off when they let the gurl die LIKE IN AIR....................how could the author let her die..... he/she can make a lot of good endings but why did they let the gurl die.... i know its part of the story but its not fair.........its not fair....

say all what you want.......for me its not fair to let the gurl die........and the anime deserves a better ending.....


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i agree.. ´well no about air.. i dont wanna see that anime.. bz the end... i friend saw it and well... 2sad...
but i saw chrono crusade. marc for the rest of my life
how can they do that the let them die!!!!!!!!!
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