History TearJerker / BlazBlue

16th Jun '16 3:34:40 AM Doug86
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** [[spoiler: It becomes a different kind of TearJerker in the next game. [[HeartwarmingMoments She comes back to life in CPEX, and her first thought is to find and see Ragna again.]]]]

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** [[spoiler: It becomes a different kind of TearJerker in the next game. [[HeartwarmingMoments [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments She comes back to life in CPEX, and her first thought is to find and see Ragna again.]]]]
10th Jun '16 2:01:05 AM ChrisX
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** And when Bang hears this intent in his own Arcade at Act 3, the reaction was just also equally sad: [[spoiler:Carl pretty much has embraced the fact that Bang has been so far ineffectual with his 'justice', none of the notions of 'good and evil' matter anymore to Carl, [[BlueAndOrangeMorality his justice 'Whatever methods that can save Ada']]. Bang just failed as a master overall, and what makes things worse, Carl happily and eerily hints that Litchi is probably thinking the same as him (except replace 'Ada' with 'Roy'), meaning that Bang ''failed'' to redeem his love again, and deep down you just know why he failed: He focused too much on his noble duty on the restoration of Ikaruga as his own desire that he fails to actually help those two that they went astray. And to rub the salt in the wound? In his final battle, he got sucker-punched by Nu while fighting Nine, and then had the hope of Ikaruga, the Phoenix Rettenjou, snatched right in front of his eyes. All in all, that was ''really'' [[DarkestHour the lowest situation Bang fell into]]: Not only he failed to save those close to him, ''he even failed his country.'']]
4th Jun '16 8:49:21 PM personastar
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* Carl's arcade ending in Act 2 of CF is quite tragic. Izanami gives Carl a fragment of the Azure, which shows his desired world - being together with his sister again. [[spoiler: The vision is suddenly twisted back into harsh reality, and [[ForegoneConclusion she gets turned into Nirvana anyway]]. Izanami says that his desires are being overruled by a higher-ranked Entitled, and that in order for his wish be granted, he must kill that Entitled - Noel Vermillion. (that's one of his former FRIENDS, by the way). Poor kid can't catch a break...]]

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* Carl's arcade ending in Act 2 of CF is quite tragic. Izanami gives Carl a fragment of the Azure, which shows his desired world - being together with his sister again. [[spoiler: The vision is suddenly twisted back into harsh reality, and [[ForegoneConclusion she gets turned into Nirvana anyway]]. Izanami says that his desires are being overruled by a higher-ranked Entitled, and that in order for his wish be granted, he must kill that Entitled - Noel Vermillion. (that's one of his former FRIENDS, by the way). Poor kid can't catch a break...]][[spoiler:Except Act 3 crosses this over into NightmareFuel, as it's shown Carl would ''happily'' kill Noel without a second thought if it'll bring Ada back.]]
13th Apr '16 3:20:26 AM Vulcan422
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* You may be wondering, at the end of everything, will Ragna ''finally'' get his happy, deserved ending? [[spoiler: NOPE! Act 3 continues the sad, vicious cycle of "Ragna's Life '''Sucks'''". How? After encountering Amane, Ragna is offered the chance to be observed by him in Rachel's stead since she is 1.) no longer an Observer and 2.) dying. Doing so would allow Ragna's eventual breakdown into the Black Beast to be postponed and let him make peace with himself before he eventually dies as well. Ragna's response? ''He refuses'', as it is because of Amane's proposition that he finally figured out the answer as to why the Amaterasu unit is looping time over and over again: the desires of the Entitled. Every single member of the cast wants the world changed, but to suit their own selfish wants, whether it be to remake the world as a bright or dark place, or to simply undo a mistake or decision they once made. Unless the cast can accept their losses and the truth, there will never be change. Ragna's ultimate decision is to fully embrace what it means to be "the enemy of the world". He pulls a [[Franchise/CodeGeass Zero Requiem]] and decides to devour and destroy all of the Entitled's wishes, and then Amaterasu's as well, despite the fact that by doing this, he has no choice but to sever the ties he made with the majority of the cast in ''Chronophantasma'', and may even have to seriously hurt or worse, kill them, including his own brother Jin. The saddest part about this is that he will most likely succeed in saving everyone from themselves, which will subsequently save the world in the process, at the same time possibly dying himself or [[AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence bidding farewell to the world he knows]], but '''no one will ever know why he did what he did'''. They'll just see him as a cruel, treacherous bastard who has crushed their dreams for no reason, no different from Terumi.]]

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* You may be wondering, at the end of everything, will Ragna ''finally'' get his happy, deserved ending? [[spoiler: NOPE! Act 3 continues the sad, vicious cycle of "Ragna's Life '''Sucks'''". How? After encountering Amane, Ragna is offered the chance to be observed by him in Rachel's stead since she is 1.) no longer an Observer and 2.) dying. Doing so would allow Ragna's eventual breakdown into the Black Beast to be postponed and let him make peace with himself before he eventually dies as well. Ragna's response? ''He refuses'', as it is because of Amane's proposition that he finally figured out the answer as to why the Amaterasu unit is looping time over and over again: the desires of the Entitled. Every single member of the cast wants the world changed, but to suit their own selfish wants, whether it be to remake the world as a bright or dark place, or to simply undo a mistake or decision they once made. Unless the cast can accept their losses and the truth, there will never be change. Ragna's ultimate decision is to fully embrace what it means to be "the enemy of the world". He pulls a [[Franchise/CodeGeass Zero Requiem]] and decides to devour and destroy all of the Entitled's wishes, and then Amaterasu's as well, despite the fact that by doing this, he has no choice but to sever the ties he made with the majority of the cast in ''Chronophantasma'', and may even have to seriously hurt or worse, kill them, including his own brother Jin. The saddest part about this is that he will most likely succeed in saving everyone from themselves, which will subsequently save the world in the process, at the same time possibly dying himself or [[AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence bidding farewell to the world he knows]], but '''no '''but [[TheGreatestStoryNeverTold no one will ever know why he did what he did'''.did]]'''. They'll just see him as a cruel, treacherous bastard who has crushed their dreams for no reason, no different from Terumi.]]
13th Apr '16 3:18:19 AM Vulcan422
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* You may be wondering, at the end of everything, will Ragna ''finally'' get his happy, deserved ending? [[spoiler: NOPE! Act 3 continues the sad, vicious cycle of "Ragna's Life '''Sucks'''". How? After encountering Amane, Ragna is offered the chance to be observed by him in Rachel's stead since she is 1.) no longer an Observer and 2.) dying. Doing so would allow Ragna's eventual breakdown into the Black Beast to be postponed and let him make peace with himself before he eventually dies as well. Ragna's response? ''He refuses'', as it is because of Amane's proposition that he finally figured out the answer as to why the Amaterasu unit is looping time over and over again: the desires of the Entitled. Every single member of the cast wants the world changed, but to suit their own selfish wants, whether it be to remake the world as a bright or dark place, or to simply undo a mistake or decision they once made. Unless the cast can accept their losses and the truth, there will never be change. Ragna's ultimate decision is to fully embrace what it means to be "the enemy of the world". He chooses to devour and destroy all of the Entitled's wishes, and then Amaterasu's as well, despite the fact that by doing this, he has no choice but to sever the ties he made with the majority of the cast in ''Chronophantasma'', and may even have to seriously hurt or worse, kill them, including his own brother Jin. The saddest part about this is that he'll succeed in saving everyone from themselves, which will subsequently save the world in the process, but '''no one will ever know'''. They'll just see him as a cruel, treacherous bastard who has crushed their dreams for no reason, no different from Terumi.]]

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* You may be wondering, at the end of everything, will Ragna ''finally'' get his happy, deserved ending? [[spoiler: NOPE! Act 3 continues the sad, vicious cycle of "Ragna's Life '''Sucks'''". How? After encountering Amane, Ragna is offered the chance to be observed by him in Rachel's stead since she is 1.) no longer an Observer and 2.) dying. Doing so would allow Ragna's eventual breakdown into the Black Beast to be postponed and let him make peace with himself before he eventually dies as well. Ragna's response? ''He refuses'', as it is because of Amane's proposition that he finally figured out the answer as to why the Amaterasu unit is looping time over and over again: the desires of the Entitled. Every single member of the cast wants the world changed, but to suit their own selfish wants, whether it be to remake the world as a bright or dark place, or to simply undo a mistake or decision they once made. Unless the cast can accept their losses and the truth, there will never be change. Ragna's ultimate decision is to fully embrace what it means to be "the enemy of the world". He chooses pulls a [[Franchise/CodeGeass Zero Requiem]] and decides to devour and destroy all of the Entitled's wishes, and then Amaterasu's as well, despite the fact that by doing this, he has no choice but to sever the ties he made with the majority of the cast in ''Chronophantasma'', and may even have to seriously hurt or worse, kill them, including his own brother Jin. The saddest part about this is that he'll he will most likely succeed in saving everyone from themselves, which will subsequently save the world in the process, at the same time possibly dying himself or [[AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence bidding farewell to the world he knows]], but '''no one will ever know'''.know why he did what he did'''. They'll just see him as a cruel, treacherous bastard who has crushed their dreams for no reason, no different from Terumi.]]
13th Apr '16 3:14:01 AM Vulcan422
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* You may be wondering, at the end of everything, will Ragna ''finally'' get his happy, deserved ending? [[spoiler: NOPE! Act 3 continues the sad, vicious cycle of "Ragna's Life '''Sucks'''". How? After encountering Amane, Ragna is offered the chance to be observed by him in Rachel's stead since she is 1.) no longer an Observer and 2.) dying. Doing so would allow Ragna's eventual breakdown into the Black Beast to be postponed and let him make peace with himself before he eventually dies as well. Ragna's response? ''He refuses'', as it is because of Amane's proposition that he finally figured out the answer as to why the Amaterasu unit is looping time over and over again: the desires of the Entitled. Every single member of the cast wants the world changed, but to suit their own selfish wants, whether it be to remake the world as a bright or dark place, or to simply undo a mistake or decision they once made. Unless the cast can accept their losses and the truth, there will never be change. Ragna's ultimate decision is to fully embrace what it means to be "the enemy of the world". He chooses to devour and destroy all of the Entitled's wishes, and then Amaterasu's as well, despite the fact that by doing this, he has no choice but to sever the ties he made with the majority of the cast in ''Chronophantasma'', and may even have to seriously hurt or worse, kill them, including his own brother Jin. The saddest part about this is that he'll succeed in saving everyone from themselves, which will subsequently save the world in the process, and '''no one will ever know'''. They'll just see him as a completely treacherous bastard who has crushed their dreams.]]

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* You may be wondering, at the end of everything, will Ragna ''finally'' get his happy, deserved ending? [[spoiler: NOPE! Act 3 continues the sad, vicious cycle of "Ragna's Life '''Sucks'''". How? After encountering Amane, Ragna is offered the chance to be observed by him in Rachel's stead since she is 1.) no longer an Observer and 2.) dying. Doing so would allow Ragna's eventual breakdown into the Black Beast to be postponed and let him make peace with himself before he eventually dies as well. Ragna's response? ''He refuses'', as it is because of Amane's proposition that he finally figured out the answer as to why the Amaterasu unit is looping time over and over again: the desires of the Entitled. Every single member of the cast wants the world changed, but to suit their own selfish wants, whether it be to remake the world as a bright or dark place, or to simply undo a mistake or decision they once made. Unless the cast can accept their losses and the truth, there will never be change. Ragna's ultimate decision is to fully embrace what it means to be "the enemy of the world". He chooses to devour and destroy all of the Entitled's wishes, and then Amaterasu's as well, despite the fact that by doing this, he has no choice but to sever the ties he made with the majority of the cast in ''Chronophantasma'', and may even have to seriously hurt or worse, kill them, including his own brother Jin. The saddest part about this is that he'll succeed in saving everyone from themselves, which will subsequently save the world in the process, and but '''no one will ever know'''. They'll just see him as a completely cruel, treacherous bastard who has crushed their dreams.dreams for no reason, no different from Terumi.]]
13th Apr '16 3:12:52 AM Vulcan422
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* You may be wondering, at the end of everything, will Ragna ''finally'' get his happy, deserved ending? [[spoiler: NOPE! Act 3 continues the sad, vicious cycle of "Ragna's Life '''Sucks'''". How? After encountering Amane, Ragna is offered the chance to be observed by him in Rachel's stead since she is 1.) no longer an Observer and 2.) dying. Doing so would allow Ragna's eventual breakdown into the Black Beast to be postponed and let him make peace with himself before he eventually dies as well. Ragna's response? ''He refuses'', as it is because of Amane's proposition that he finally figured out the answer as to why the Amaterasu unit is looping time over and over again: the desires of the Entitled. Every single member of the cast wants the world changed, but to suit their own selfish wants, whether it be to remake the world as a bright or dark place, or to simply undo a mistake or decision they once made. Unless the cast can accept their losses and the truth, there will never be change. Ragna's ultimate decision is to fully embrace what it means to be "the enemy of the world". He chooses to devour and destroy all of the Entitled's wishes, and then Amaterasu's as well, despite the fact that by doing this, he has no choice but to sever the ties he made with the majority of the cast in ''Chronophantasma'', and may even have to seriously hurt or worse, kill them, including his own brother Jin.]]

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* You may be wondering, at the end of everything, will Ragna ''finally'' get his happy, deserved ending? [[spoiler: NOPE! Act 3 continues the sad, vicious cycle of "Ragna's Life '''Sucks'''". How? After encountering Amane, Ragna is offered the chance to be observed by him in Rachel's stead since she is 1.) no longer an Observer and 2.) dying. Doing so would allow Ragna's eventual breakdown into the Black Beast to be postponed and let him make peace with himself before he eventually dies as well. Ragna's response? ''He refuses'', as it is because of Amane's proposition that he finally figured out the answer as to why the Amaterasu unit is looping time over and over again: the desires of the Entitled. Every single member of the cast wants the world changed, but to suit their own selfish wants, whether it be to remake the world as a bright or dark place, or to simply undo a mistake or decision they once made. Unless the cast can accept their losses and the truth, there will never be change. Ragna's ultimate decision is to fully embrace what it means to be "the enemy of the world". He chooses to devour and destroy all of the Entitled's wishes, and then Amaterasu's as well, despite the fact that by doing this, he has no choice but to sever the ties he made with the majority of the cast in ''Chronophantasma'', and may even have to seriously hurt or worse, kill them, including his own brother Jin. The saddest part about this is that he'll succeed in saving everyone from themselves, which will subsequently save the world in the process, and '''no one will ever know'''. They'll just see him as a completely treacherous bastard who has crushed their dreams.]]
13th Apr '16 3:09:35 AM Vulcan422
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* You may be wondering, at the end of everything, will Ragna ''finally'' get his happy, deserved ending? [[spoiler: NOPE! Act 3 continues the sad, vicious cycle of "Ragna's Life '''Sucks'''". How? After encountering Amane, Ragna is offered the chance to be observed by him in Rachel's stead since she is 1.) no longer an Observer and 2.) dying. Doing so would allow Ragna's eventual breakdown into the Black Beast to be postponed and let him make peace with himself before he eventually dies as well. Ragna's response? ''He refuses'', as it is because of Amane's proposition that he finally figured out the answer as to why the Amaterasu unit is looping time over and over again: the desires of the Entitled. Every single member of the cast wants the world changed, but to suit their own selfish wants, whether it be to remake the world as a bright or dark place, or to simply undo a mistake or decision they once made. Unless the cast can accept their losses and the truth, there will never be change. Ragna's ultimate decision is to fully embrace what it means to be "the enemy of the world". He chooses to devour and destroy all of the Entitled's wishes, and then Amaterasu's as well, despite the fact that by doing this, he has no choice but to sever the ties he made with the majority of the cast in ''Chronophantasma'', and may even have to seriously hurt or worse, kill them, including his own brother Jin.]]
12th Apr '16 12:38:50 PM Vulcan422
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* For all the shit that Izanami has pulled, Rachel's ending reveals a shocking truth about her that casts her in a rather sad light. [[spoiler: Izanami is actually the "Drive" of the Amaterasu Unit made manifest. Or rather, the girl within the Amaterasu Unit--seemingly another version of Noel Vermillion. She was programmed with the personality and powers of a Goddess of Death, and truly believed it was her destiny to create a world of death, only for it to be revealed that she's just another puppet of a greater entity. For all of her buildup as the main villain, she's just a cast-off fragment of the real villain, and now she has lost her sense of identity and is questioning whether she is real or not. The Act 3 preview shows her confronting Relius and desperately asking him "Who am I"?]]

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* For all the shit that Izanami has pulled, Rachel's ending reveals a shocking truth about her that casts her in a rather sad light. [[spoiler: Izanami is actually the "Drive" of the Amaterasu Unit made manifest. Or rather, the girl within the Amaterasu Unit--seemingly another version of Noel Vermillion. a being called "Drive-existence", which is someone's Drive manifested into a corporeal form. She was merely programmed with the personality and powers of a Goddess of Death, and truly believed it was leaving her destiny to create a world of death, only for it to be revealed that wonder if she's just another puppet of a greater entity. even real. For all of her buildup as the main villain, she's revealed to be just another puppet in a cast-off fragment of the real villain, grander scheme, and now she has lost her sense of identity and identity. And to top it all off? ''Saya, her body, is questioning whether she is real or not. The beginning to deteriorate because of the strain she's putting on it by fighting.'' Her entire Act 3 preview shows story is her confronting researching the nature of souls, and wondering if a being like her even has a soul. She eventually beats Relius and desperately asking him "Who am I"?]]is told that because she has a desire, she does have a soul. Cue an immediate JumpScare cut to the NightmareFace from the Act 3 preview, with Izanami stating that her desire is to grant death to this world where destiny is predetermined.]]
3rd Mar '16 12:09:25 AM Vulcan422
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* For all the shit that Izanami has pulled, Rachel's ending reveals a shocking truth about her that casts her in a rather sad light. [[spoiler: Izanami is actually the "Drive" of the Amaterasu Unit made manifest. Or rather, the girl within the Amaterasu Unit--the '''true''' Noel Vermillion. She was programmed with the personality and powers of a Goddess of Death, and truly believed it was her destiny to create a world of death, only for it to be revealed that she's just another puppet of a greater entity. For all of her buildup as the main villain, she's just a cast-off fragment of the real villain, and now she has lost her sense of identity and is questioning whether she is real or not. The Act 3 preview shows her confronting Relius and desperately asking him "Who am I"?]]

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* For all the shit that Izanami has pulled, Rachel's ending reveals a shocking truth about her that casts her in a rather sad light. [[spoiler: Izanami is actually the "Drive" of the Amaterasu Unit made manifest. Or rather, the girl within the Amaterasu Unit--the '''true''' Unit--seemingly another version of Noel Vermillion. She was programmed with the personality and powers of a Goddess of Death, and truly believed it was her destiny to create a world of death, only for it to be revealed that she's just another puppet of a greater entity. For all of her buildup as the main villain, she's just a cast-off fragment of the real villain, and now she has lost her sense of identity and is questioning whether she is real or not. The Act 3 preview shows her confronting Relius and desperately asking him "Who am I"?]]
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