History Heartwarming / TriGun

10th Aug '15 5:44:01 AM Beryllium
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* In the manga, the part in Vash and Knive's past where they discovered the horrors of the previous experiments and, after many days of refusing to eat or touch anything from humans, Rem manages to get through to Vash. Especially how Vash (shown surprisingly to be even more rash and violent than Knives in his youth) tried to kill himself with a knife only for Rem to grab it and get stabbed, with him muttering how he won't feel sad about her death and how he won't cry... only to break down sobbing and holding her.

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* In the manga, [[spoiler: the part in Vash and Knive's past where they discovered the horrors of the previous experiments and, after many days of refusing to eat or touch anything from humans, Rem manages to get through to Vash. Especially how Vash (shown surprisingly to be even more rash and violent than Knives in his youth) tried to kill himself with a knife only for Rem to grab it and get stabbed, with him muttering how he won't feel sad about her death and how he won't cry... only to break down sobbing and holding her.]]



* Vash and Knives flying away while basically hugging at the end of the manga (while it also has creepy overtones). Knives's epiphanic revelation that he's "the one who grew apart."

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* Vash and Knives [[spoiler: flying away while basically hugging at the end of the manga (while it also has creepy overtones). Knives's epiphanic revelation that he's "the one who grew apart.""]]
10th Aug '15 5:14:02 AM Beryllium
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* When Wolfwood gives his meager food to the two hungry kids. If that wasn't good enough on its own, then [[StepfordSmiler Vash]] smiles for ''real'' for the first time since the start of the series.
* Episode 23. Wolfwood's speech gives this troper the sniffles.
* The end of the post-credits scene in the final episode, when Meryl sees Vash come back.

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!!Manga
* When Wolfwood gives his meager food to the two hungry kids. If that wasn't good enough on its own, then [[StepfordSmiler Vash]] smiles for ''real'' ''[[WhenHeSmiles real]]'' for the first time since the start of the series.
* Episode 23. Wolfwood's speech gives this troper the sniffles.
* The end of the post-credits scene in the final episode, when Meryl sees Vash come back.
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* "Welcome home."
* The preview for episode 18, which is both heartwarming and [[TearJerker tearjerking]] at the same time:
-->'''Kid!Vash''': Rem said she came to this ship because someone she loved back on Earth died. I tried to imagine what would happen if Rem died. Suddenly, hot water began to flow from my eyes and didn't stop for a long time. Rem, don't ever leave.
* The end of "Lost July." Doubles as a TearJerker.
* Vash's first real smile, in episode 9.

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* [[TearJerker "Welcome home."
* The preview for episode 18, which is both heartwarming and [[TearJerker tearjerking]] at the same time:
-->'''Kid!Vash''': Rem said she came to this ship because someone she loved back on Earth died. I tried to imagine what would happen if Rem died. Suddenly, hot water began to flow from my eyes and didn't stop for a long time. Rem, don't ever leave.
* The end of "Lost July." Doubles as a TearJerker.
* Vash's first real smile, in episode 9.
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!!Anime
* Episode 23. Wolfwood's speech gives this troper the sniffles.
* The end of the post-credits scene in the final episode, when Meryl sees Vash come back.
* The preview for episode 18, which is both heartwarming and [[TearJerker tearjerking]] at the same time:
-->'''Kid!Vash''': Rem said she came to this ship because someone she loved back on Earth died. I tried to imagine what would happen if Rem died. Suddenly, hot water began to flow from my eyes and didn't stop for a long time. Rem, [[PleaseDontLeaveMe don't ever leave.]]
* The end of "Lost July." Doubles as a TearJerker.
* Vash's first real smile, in episode 9.
12th Feb '15 8:29:52 PM Beryllium
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* When Wolfwood gives his meager food to the two hungry kids. If that wasn't good enough on its own, then [[StepfordSmiler Vash]] smiles for ''real'' for the first time since the start of the series.
29th Oct '14 6:51:15 AM The_Biologist
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* Episode 25, when Meryl stops the townspeople from torturing Vash. She repeats Rem's line: "No one has the right to take the life of the others." What makes it heartwarming is that Vash sees her as Rem when she speaks, because he has been holding that ideal in his life.
18th Jul '14 3:51:02 PM Cassiope99
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* Vash and Knives flying away while basically hugging at the end of the manga (while it also has creepy overtones). Knives's epiphanic revelation that he's "the one who grew apart."
29th Jul '12 1:23:43 AM MisterCPC
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* In the manga, Vash's exchange with Meryl before he heads off to fight Legato and Knives.
7th Dec '11 9:46:51 PM DoctorSerenitySquid
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** The end of the post-credits scene in the final episode, when Meryl sees Vash come back.
** In the manga, this troper was particularly affected by the part in Vash and Knive's past where they discovered the horrors of the previous experiments and, after many days of refusing to eat or touch anything from humans, Rem manages to get through to Vash. Especially how Vash (shown surprisingly to be even more rash and violent than Knives in his youth) tried to kill himself with a knife only for Rem to grab it and get stabbed, with him muttering how he won't feel sad about her death and how he won't cry... only to break down sobbing and holding her.
** "Welcome home."

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** * The end of the post-credits scene in the final episode, when Meryl sees Vash come back.
** * In the manga, this troper was particularly affected by the part in Vash and Knive's past where they discovered the horrors of the previous experiments and, after many days of refusing to eat or touch anything from humans, Rem manages to get through to Vash. Especially how Vash (shown surprisingly to be even more rash and violent than Knives in his youth) tried to kill himself with a knife only for Rem to grab it and get stabbed, with him muttering how he won't feel sad about her death and how he won't cry... only to break down sobbing and holding her.
** * "Welcome home."
7th Dec '11 9:46:23 PM DoctorSerenitySquid
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* Episode 23 of {{Trigun}}. Wolfwood's speech gives this troper the sniffles.

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* Episode 23 of {{Trigun}}.23. Wolfwood's speech gives this troper the sniffles.



** In the {{Trigun}} manga, this troper was particularly affected by the part in Vash and Knive's past where they discovered the horrors of the previous experiments and, after many days of refusing to eat or touch anything from humans, Rem manages to get through to Vash. Especially how Vash (shown surprisingly to be even more rash and violent than Knives in his youth) tried to kill himself with a knife only for Rem to grab it and get stabbed, with him muttering how he won't feel sad about her death and how he won't cry... only to break down sobbing and holding her.

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** In the {{Trigun}} manga, this troper was particularly affected by the part in Vash and Knive's past where they discovered the horrors of the previous experiments and, after many days of refusing to eat or touch anything from humans, Rem manages to get through to Vash. Especially how Vash (shown surprisingly to be even more rash and violent than Knives in his youth) tried to kill himself with a knife only for Rem to grab it and get stabbed, with him muttering how he won't feel sad about her death and how he won't cry... only to break down sobbing and holding her.



-->'''Kid!Vash:''' Rem said she came to this ship because someone she loved back on Earth died. I tried to imagine what would happen if Rem died. Suddenly, hot water began to flow from my eyes and didn't stop for a long time. Rem, don't ever leave.

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-->'''Kid!Vash:''' -->'''Kid!Vash''': Rem said she came to this ship because someone she loved back on Earth died. I tried to imagine what would happen if Rem died. Suddenly, hot water began to flow from my eyes and didn't stop for a long time. Rem, don't ever leave.



* Vash's first real smile, in episode 9.

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* Vash's first real smile, in episode 9.9.
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24th Apr '11 7:52:51 PM Noraneko
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-->'''Kid!Vash:''' Rem said she came to this ship because someone she loved back on Earth died. I tried to imagine what would happen if Rem died. Suddenly, hot water began to flow from my eyes and didn't stop for a long time. Rem, don't ever leave.

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-->'''Kid!Vash:''' Rem said she came to this ship because someone she loved back on Earth died. I tried to imagine what would happen if Rem died. Suddenly, hot water began to flow from my eyes and didn't stop for a long time. Rem, don't ever leave.leave.
* The end of "Lost July." Doubles as a TearJerker.
* Vash's first real smile, in episode 9.
9th Feb '11 3:17:35 PM FoolsEditAccount
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** "Welcome home."

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** "Welcome home.""
* The preview for episode 18, which is both heartwarming and [[TearJerker tearjerking]] at the same time:
-->'''Kid!Vash:''' Rem said she came to this ship because someone she loved back on Earth died. I tried to imagine what would happen if Rem died. Suddenly, hot water began to flow from my eyes and didn't stop for a long time. Rem, don't ever leave.
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