History TearJerker / DGrayman

10th Nov '17 11:18:46 PM Archiviste
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* The Krory and Eliade arc. Krory is an [[spoiler: exorcist]] and Eliade is an [[spoiler: Akuma, so despite them being in love, he has to kill her, and during their fight she tells him that she was just using him. Then, when she thinks she's killed him, she turns back into her human form and walks towards him to say goodbye, only for him to suck out her blood from her neck and restore his health while crying, and she tells him that she loved him before turning into dust.]]

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* The Krory and Eliade arc. Krory is an [[spoiler: exorcist]] Exorcist]] and Eliade is an [[spoiler: Akuma, so despite them being in love, he has to kill her, and during their fight she tells him that she was just using him. Then, when she thinks she's killed him, she turns back into her human form and walks towards him to say goodbye, only for him to suck out her blood from her neck and restore his health while crying, and she tells him that she loved him before turning into dust.]]



* There's the end of the journey to Japan. All the exorcists assemble on deck with three of the crewmembers, Anita and Mahoja, the only members of the crew not to have been fatally struck during the many battles on the trip. All the the doomed crewmembers call out to the exorcists to win, and all the survivors climb into a lifeboat. Then, Lenalee reaches out to help Anita on, and Anita strokes Lenalee's hair and tells her to grow it out again. At that point they realise that Anita and Mahoja are doomed as well. The look on Lenalee's face as she realises this is heartbreaking. It's also heartbreaking for Miranda as well- her Innocence was the only thing holding the ship together and keeping the crew alive. The way she cries when she admits she can can no longer keep it active takes from the audience as well.
* During the battle with the Level Four, when Lenalee synchs with her evolved Innocence. It turns to a pool of liquid in her hands, and as she is about to drink it, her [[KnightTemplarBigBrother brother]] Komui runs to her, almost on the verge of tears. She looks at him, and then gives him the most heartbreaking smile ever, and says "I'm off then, Brother" before drinking and synching with the Innocence. Made more poignant since if she doesn't synchronize with the innocence, it will kill her.

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* There's the end of the journey to Japan. All the exorcists assemble on deck with three of the crewmembers, Anita and Mahoja, the only members of the crew not to have been fatally struck during the many battles on the trip. All the the doomed crewmembers crew members call out to the exorcists to win, and all the survivors climb into a lifeboat. Then, Lenalee reaches out to help Anita on, and Anita strokes Lenalee's hair and tells her to grow it out again. At that point they realise that Anita and Mahoja are doomed as well. The look on Lenalee's face as she realises this is heartbreaking. It's also heartbreaking for Miranda as well- her Innocence was the only thing holding the ship together and keeping the crew alive. The way she cries when she admits she can can no longer keep it active takes from the audience as well.
* The scene where Tyki [[spoiler: gets stabbed by Allen and Road panics a bit and goes to help him, after which he smiles at her and tells her it's okay. He then gets stabbed AGAIN and falls unconscious. Later, Road tells Lero to make sure he doesn't get burned in a fight... and later on, his Noah awakens fully and he spends several minutes screaming in agony before he transforms into Joyd's true form.]]
** Then, in later chapters, we see Road and Tyki [[spoiler: in a room full of broken glass, with Road bleeding, and Tyki sitting there shaking, holding his head, covered in scars and telling Road that it hurts.]]
** God do the Noah get a lot of unexpected b'awww moments. The part where it's Skinn's [[spoiler: farewell party, and they're all being made to cry due to Noah's sadness and pain.]] Jeeesus, this family is insane.
** We know that the the Fourteenth Noah [[spoiler: Nea]] killed all of the previous generations of Noahs except for the Earl and Road 35 years ago. How many times must all of the Noahs cried as they felt their family getting killed by one of them?
* During the battle with the Level Four, when Lenalee synchs with her evolved Innocence. It turns to a pool of liquid in her hands, and as she is about to drink it, her [[KnightTemplarBigBrother brother]] Komui runs to her, almost on the verge of tears. She looks at him, and then gives him the most heartbreaking smile ever, and says "I'm off then, Brother" before drinking and synching synchronizing with the Innocence. Made more poignant since if she doesn't synchronize with the innocence, Innocence, it will kill her.



** To add on to this, earlier on a flashback to a young Lenalee is shown that when she first wakes up is she pretends to reassure herself by thinking the whole war with the Exorcists and Akuma was nothing but a bad dream. Once she gets up, she smells her brother's cooking filling the house and runs towards him smiling. She lampshades it by saying that it sounds like the happy ending of a shallow novel with no conflict but she's imagined this scenario a thousand times.



* The scene where Tyki [[spoiler: gets stabbed and Road panics a bit and goes to help him, after which he smiles at her and tells her it's okay. He then gets stabbed AGAIN and falls unconscious. Later, Road tells Lero to make sure he doesn't get burned in a fight... and later-later, his Noah awakens fully and he spends several minutes screaming in agony before he transforms into Joyd's true form.]]
** Then, in later chapters, we see Road and Tyki [[spoiler: in a room full of broken glass, with Road bleeding, and Tyki sitting there shaking, holding his head, covered in scars and telling Road that it hurts.]]
** God do the Noah get a lot of unexpected b'awww moments. The part where it's Skinn's [[spoiler: farewell party, and they're all being made to cry due to Noah's sadness and pain.]] Jeeesus, this family is insane.



* Detailing on the aftermatch of the example above, Volume 20 came out with the three-pages-long extra chapter 193.5 - Have a handkerchief or two at hand... It's made 10 times worse by the simple fact that the other extra material in that volume are expanded bios on the flashback chapters. To further expound on this, its shown For carrying the body of Edgar (Bak's dad) over to his wife and saying while crying that it took a long time but the Second Exorcist Project will finally be stopped. In addition, Bak and Tui and their fellow scientists requested For not to protect them if anything happened. It ends with a panel of Edgar and Tui holding hands TogetherInDeath with For still crying and saying they were fools for rejecting a guardian angel's protection.

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* Detailing on the aftermatch of the example above, Volume 20 came out with the three-pages-long extra chapter 193.5 - Have a handkerchief or two at hand... It's made 10 times worse by the simple fact that the other extra material in that volume are expanded bios on the flashback chapters. To further expound on this, its shown For Fo carrying the body of Edgar (Bak's dad) over to his wife and saying while crying that it took a long time but the Second Exorcist Project will finally be stopped. In addition, Bak and Tui and their fellow scientists requested For not to protect them if anything happened. It ends with a panel of Edgar and Tui holding hands TogetherInDeath with For Fo still crying and saying they were fools for rejecting a guardian angel's protection.



* From the third''Reverse'' novel, how about Allen [[spoiler: taking [[WeNamedTheMonkeyJack his name from Mana's dog who was named after Mana's brother]], after Mana apparently goes (even more) insane and mistakes the little nameless boy for his dog?]] Thanks Hoshino. I thought his life story was bad before. This is even worse.

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* From the third''Reverse'' third ''Reverse'' novel, how about Allen [[spoiler: taking [[WeNamedTheMonkeyJack his name from Mana's dog who was named after Mana's brother]], after Mana apparently goes (even more) insane and mistakes the little nameless boy for his dog?]] Thanks Hoshino. I thought his life story was bad before. This is even worse.



* The end flashback of the [[spoiler: Earl of all people]] is this as it implies that the 14th [[spoiler: Nea]] is responsible for the former's insanity

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* The end flashback of the [[spoiler: Earl of all people]] is this as it implies that the 14th [[spoiler: Nea]] is responsible for the former's insanityinsanity.
10th Nov '17 11:02:00 PM Archiviste
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* Just the entire concept of the Akuma can teeter between nightmarish and TearJerker depending on how you look at it. You lose someone you love, someone you cared for so deeply that fat demons in trenchcoats wearing funny hats and ridiculous grins can feel it and approach you with the offer to bring them back. You agree to do so, and you'll find out that you brought back your loved one in the form of a [[EldritchAbomination metallic skeleton or some other mutilated variation thereof]] that proceeds to kill you because they have no other choice but to do so unless you kill them first, leaving either you dead and the resulting loved one ripping the skin off your body to wear as their own and take your identity from then on or for you to kill them (somehow), causing you to lose them all over again. And then there's the akuma itself. They were brought back to life against their will, only to be forced to murder the very person who brought them back to life, usually the same person whom they loved dearly. Then they would take over their loved one's body and resume their identity, usually portraying them as being of little emotion or ones many others would mistake as complete bliss, incredible obsession or extreme depression ([[SlasherSmile or something else entirely...]]). Inside, they're a tortured soul, forced to kill many while trapped in a body they can't always fully control, serving their purpose only as a bio-weapon of some sort whose only salvation is being killed by another. Oh, but not just ''any'' person! If you aren't killed by an exorcist, or their weapons, such as you, say, managed to kill yourself, [[FateWorseThanDeath your soul will be lost forever with no hope of being saved]].
* The part where Allen had tried to exorcise a collection of akumas masquerading as a happy family, only to be left crying in grief when one of the akuma blew themselves up before he could reap them, losing that soul.



* Allen's flashback from the Jean and Leo arc.. His cries for ''[[spoiler: Mana to come back to life]]'' were so heartwrenching to hear.

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* Allen's flashback from the Jean and Leo arc.. arc...His cries for ''[[spoiler: Mana to come back to life]]'' were so heartwrenching to hear.



* Pictured above: In episode 11, Miranda's inner thoughts right before she fully releases her Innocence completely ''broke'' [[{{Orihime}} my]] heart.
--> '''Miranda''': ''"As far as I remember, nobody ever thanked me. Everyone turned their backs on me. No matter what I do, I do it wrong. I can't help anybody. I can only be left behind, even if it hurts. But still. Even when I can't do anything well, I'll try anyway. Even though I decide to not try anymore, I regret it, and I attempt it again... After all, I can't do anything right. it's better if I don't try ''at all''. I'm an idiot, am I right...?"''
* The Krory and Eliade arc. Krory is an [[spoiler: exorcist]] and Eliade is an [[spoiler: Akuma, so despite them being in love, he has to kill her, and during their fight she tells him that she was just using him. Then, when she thinks she's killed him, she turns back into her human form and walks towards him to say goodbye, only for him to suck out her blood from her neck and restore his health while crying, and she tells him that she loved him before turning into dust.]]



* The Krory and Eliade arc. Krory is an [[spoiler: exorcist]] and Eliade is an [[spoiler: Akuma, so despite them being in love, he has to kill her, and during their fight she tells him that she was just using him. Then, when she thinks she's killed him, she turns back into her human form and walks towards him to say goodbye, only for him to suck out her blood from her neck and restore his health while crying, and she tells him that she loved him before turning into dust.]]



* Pictured above: In episode 11, Miranda's inner thoughts right before she fully releases her Innocence completely ''broke'' [[{{Orihime}} my]] heart.
--> '''Miranda''': ''"As far as I remember, nobody ever thanked me. Everyone turned their backs on me. No matter what I do, I do it wrong. I can't help anybody. I can only be left behind, even if it hurts. But still. Even when I can't do anything well, I'll try anyway. Even though I decide to not try anymore, I regret it, and I attempt it again... After all, I can't do anything right. it's better if I don't try ''at all''. I'm an idiot, am I right...?"''



* Detailing on the aftermatch of the example above, Volume 20 came out with the three-pages-long extra chapter 193.5 - Have a handkerchief or two at hand... It's made 10 times worse by the simple fact that the other extra material in that volume are expanded bios on the flashback chapters

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* Detailing on the aftermatch of the example above, Volume 20 came out with the three-pages-long extra chapter 193.5 - Have a handkerchief or two at hand... It's made 10 times worse by the simple fact that the other extra material in that volume are expanded bios on the flashback chapterschapters. To further expound on this, its shown For carrying the body of Edgar (Bak's dad) over to his wife and saying while crying that it took a long time but the Second Exorcist Project will finally be stopped. In addition, Bak and Tui and their fellow scientists requested For not to protect them if anything happened. It ends with a panel of Edgar and Tui holding hands TogetherInDeath with For still crying and saying they were fools for rejecting a guardian angel's protection.



* Chapter 198 when you place the face of Alma's [[ReincarnationRomance predecessor]] that Allen sees Kanda and Alma's attempts to kill each other and Alma's earlier attempt at a double-suicide [[UpToEleven all the sadder]].



* Just the entire concept of the Akuma can teeter between nightmarish and TearJerker depending on how you look at it. You lose someone you love, someone you cared for so deeply that fat demons in trenchcoats wearing funny hats and ridiculous grins can feel it and approach you with the offer to bring them back. You agree to do so, and you'll find out that you brought back your loved one in the form of a [[EldritchAbomination metallic skeleton or some other mutilated variation thereof]] that proceeds to kill you because they have no other choice but to do so unless you kill them first, leaving either you dead and the resulting loved one ripping the skin off your body to wear as their own and take your identity from then on or for you to kill them (somehow), causing you to lose them all over again. And then there's the akuma itself. They were brought back to life against their will, only to be forced to murder the very person who brought them back to life, usually the same person whom they loved dearly. Then they would take over their loved one's body and resume their identity, usually portraying them as being of little emotion or ones many others would mistake as complete bliss, incredible obsession or extreme depression ([[SlasherSmile or something else entirely...]]). Inside, they're a tortured soul, forced to kill many while trapped in a body they can't always fully control, serving their purpose only as a bio-weapon of some sort whose only salvation is being killed by another. Oh, but not just ''any'' person! If you aren't killed by an exorcist, or their weapons, such as you, say, managed to kill yourself, [[FateWorseThanDeath your soul will be lost forever with no hope of being saved]].
* The part where Allen had tried to exorcise a collection of akumas masquerading as a happy family, only to be left crying in grief when one of the akuma blew themselves up before he could reap them, losing that soul.

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* Just Tewaku stumbling around the entire concept of battlefield, still horribly mutated and crying for her brother and companions, delivers this line just before [[spoiler:Millennium Earl uses the Akuma can teeter between nightmarish and TearJerker depending Ark on how her]].
-->''"Everyone... please don't leave [[ThirdPersonPerson Tewaku]] alone..."''
* Chapter 198 when
you look at it. You lose someone you love, someone you cared for so deeply place the face of Alma's [[ReincarnationRomance predecessor]] that fat demons in trenchcoats wearing funny hats Allen sees Kanda and ridiculous grins can feel it and approach you with the offer to bring them back. You agree to do so, and you'll find out that you brought back your loved one in the form of a [[EldritchAbomination metallic skeleton or some other mutilated variation thereof]] that proceeds Alma's attempts to kill you because they have no each other choice but to do so unless you kill them first, leaving either you dead and Alma's earlier attempt at a double-suicide [[UpToEleven all the resulting loved one ripping the skin off your body to wear as their own and take your identity from then on or for you to kill them (somehow), causing you to lose them all over again. And then there's the akuma itself. They were brought back to life against their will, only to be forced to murder the very person who brought them back to life, usually the same person whom they loved dearly. Then they would take over their loved one's body and resume their identity, usually portraying them as being of little emotion or ones many others would mistake as complete bliss, incredible obsession or extreme depression ([[SlasherSmile or something else entirely...]]). Inside, they're a tortured soul, forced to kill many while trapped in a body they can't always fully control, serving their purpose only as a bio-weapon of some sort whose only salvation is being killed by another. Oh, but not just ''any'' person! If you aren't killed by an exorcist, or their weapons, such as you, say, managed to kill yourself, [[FateWorseThanDeath your soul will be lost forever with no hope of being saved]].
* The part where Allen had tried to exorcise a collection of akumas masquerading as a happy family, only to be left crying in grief when one of the akuma blew themselves up before he could reap them, losing that soul.
sadder]].



* Tewaku stumbling around the battlefield, still horribly mutated and crying for her brother and companions, delivers this line just before [[spoiler:Millennium Earl uses the Ark on her]].
-->''"Everyone... please don't leave [[ThirdPersonPerson Tewaku]] alone..."''
* From the recent ''Reverse'' novel, how about Allen [[spoiler: taking [[WeNamedTheMonkeyJack his name from Mana's dog who was named after Mana's brother]], after Mana apparently goes (even more) insane and mistakes the little nameless boy for his dog?]] Thanks Hoshino. I thought his life story was bad before. This is even worse.

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* Tewaku stumbling around the battlefield, still horribly mutated and crying for her brother and companions, delivers this line just before [[spoiler:Millennium Earl uses the Ark on her]].
-->''"Everyone... please don't leave [[ThirdPersonPerson Tewaku]] alone..."''
* From the recent ''Reverse'' third''Reverse'' novel, how about Allen [[spoiler: taking [[WeNamedTheMonkeyJack his name from Mana's dog who was named after Mana's brother]], after Mana apparently goes (even more) insane and mistakes the little nameless boy for his dog?]] Thanks Hoshino. I thought his life story was bad before. This is even worse.



* Chapter 193.5 where it shows For [[spoiler: carrying Edgar's dead body, and setting it up next to his coworker. She's talking to them as she's carrying them, and ends it by berating them for ordering her not to protect them. "My god, what the hell were you thinking? Turning down the protection of a guardian angel......you crazy idiots...." ]]
18th Sep '17 2:42:29 AM bt8257
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** Heck, even ''[[JerkAss Kanda]]'' had what could be called a sad look on his face, and he usually acts indifferent towards things like that.

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** Heck, even ''[[JerkAss ''[[{{Jerkass}} Kanda]]'' had what could be called a sad look on his face, and face; he usually acts indifferent towards things like that.
14th Mar '17 12:55:12 PM bt8257
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* Lenalee asking Lavi if she is still in this world after nearly dying. It's so touching, that later [[spoiler: Road uses it to {{Mind Rape}} Lavi.]]

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* Lenalee asking Lavi if she is still in this world after nearly dying. It's so touching, that later [[spoiler: Road uses it to {{Mind Rape}} MindRape Lavi.]]



* And there's the scene ParentalSubstitute and TricksterMentor General Cross Marian shows that [[JerkWithaHeartOfGold he's not a]] ''[[JerkWithaHeartOfGold completely]]'' heartless bastard when he has to tell Allen that he's the host for the Fourteenth Noah, and will eventually have his personality subsumed and be forced to fight his friends. He hugs him, apologizes, and rails against the Fourteenth for choosing someone with friends and a future like Allen. After Allen leaves, he says he can't make fun of General Tiedoll for being affectionate with his students anymore...

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* And there's the scene ParentalSubstitute and TricksterMentor General Cross Marian shows that [[JerkWithaHeartOfGold [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold he's not a]] ''[[JerkWithaHeartOfGold ''[[JerkWithAHeartOfGold completely]]'' heartless bastard when he has to tell Allen that he's the host for the Fourteenth Noah, and will eventually have his personality subsumed and be forced to fight his friends. He hugs him, apologizes, and rails against the Fourteenth for choosing someone with friends and a future like Allen. After Allen leaves, he says he can't make fun of General Tiedoll for being affectionate with his students anymore...



** Keep in mind that this incident [[spoiler:is what [[BreaktheCutie broke any cuteness]] Kanda had to begin with, turning him into the Jerkass we know today.]]

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** Keep in mind that this incident [[spoiler:is what [[BreaktheCutie [[BreakTheCutie broke any cuteness]] Kanda had to begin with, turning him into the Jerkass we know today.]]
14th Mar '17 12:47:17 PM bt8257
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* Lavi's whole internal battle against Road (though it's really more against himself thanks to her powers of MindRape) involves him revealing that he's not supposed to care about the people at the Order but now sees them as his friends. He's also being forced to kill illusions of them, until his "heart" dies and he becomes emotionless. This causes him to try and kill Allen (who can't figure out how to save him without killing him) while Lenalee helplessly screams for him to stop. [[spoiler: When Allen is about to be killed, Lenalee realizes that Lavi was using his Flame Seal to melt the candles Road was using to threaten her and Chaozii. It is shown inside Road's dreamworld that Lavi stabbed himself to keep from being completely controlled, and he then uses the Flame Seal on himself in the real world. Then, in the dream world, he stabs the illusion of Allen because he'd figured out it was actually Road in disguise, and then talks to two past versions of himself, who question him and ask him why he's different from them, to which he replies that they're the same person. All of this happens while Allen is trying to save Lavi from the Flame Seal and yelling his name. When the past Lavi (which is a small child who first became a bookman) hears Allen's voice, he realizes that what Lavi was saying was true and escapes from the dreamworld.]] This turns it into a CrowningMomentofHeartwarming. Yes, the whole thing is very confusing if you haven't actually seen it.

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* Lavi's whole internal battle against Road (though it's really more against himself thanks to her powers of MindRape) involves him revealing that he's not supposed to care about the people at the Order but now sees them as his friends. He's also being forced to kill illusions of them, until his "heart" dies and he becomes emotionless. This causes him to try and kill Allen (who can't figure out how to save him without killing him) while Lenalee helplessly screams for him to stop. [[spoiler: When Allen is about to be killed, Lenalee realizes that Lavi was using his Flame Seal to melt the candles Road was using to threaten her and Chaozii. It is shown inside Road's dreamworld that Lavi stabbed himself to keep from being completely controlled, and he then uses the Flame Seal on himself in the real world. Then, in the dream world, he stabs the illusion of Allen because he'd figured out it was actually Road in disguise, and then talks to two past versions of himself, who question him and ask him why he's different from them, to which he replies that they're the same person. All of this happens while Allen is trying to save Lavi from the Flame Seal and yelling his name. When the past Lavi (which is a small child who first became a bookman) hears Allen's voice, he realizes that what Lavi was saying was true and escapes from the dreamworld.]] This turns it into a CrowningMomentofHeartwarming.CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming. Yes, the whole thing is very confusing if you haven't actually seen it.
8th Jul '16 7:23:54 PM SilverFang
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* And there's the scene in the manga (the anime didn't get far enough) where [[AbusiveParents abusive]] ParentalSubstitute TricksterMentor General Cross Marian shows that [[JerkWithaHeartOfGold he's not a]] ''[[JerkWithaHeartOfGold completely]]'' heartless bastard when he has to tell Allen that [[spoiler:he's the host for the Fourteenth Noah, and will eventually have his personality subsumed and be forced to fight his friends. He hugs him, apologizes, and rails against the Fourteenth for choosing someone with friends and a future like Allen.]] After Allen leaves, he says he can't make fun of General Tiedoll for being soft-hearted about his students anymore...

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* And there's the scene in the manga (the anime didn't get far enough) where [[AbusiveParents abusive]] ParentalSubstitute and TricksterMentor General Cross Marian shows that [[JerkWithaHeartOfGold he's not a]] ''[[JerkWithaHeartOfGold completely]]'' heartless bastard when he has to tell Allen that [[spoiler:he's he's the host for the Fourteenth Noah, and will eventually have his personality subsumed and be forced to fight his friends. He hugs him, apologizes, and rails against the Fourteenth for choosing someone with friends and a future like Allen.]] After Allen leaves, he says he can't make fun of General Tiedoll for being soft-hearted about affectionate with his students anymore...
22nd Jan '16 12:02:11 PM Leid
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22nd Jan '16 11:28:54 AM Leid
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There's no denying that ''DGrayMan'' is a series that loves to render its audience inconsolable.

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There's no denying that ''DGrayMan'' ''Manga/DGrayMan'' is a series that loves to render its audience inconsolable.



* This troper has only seen one episode of the anime[[note]]and a few volumes of the comics[[/note]] and the song "Musician (Tsunaida te ni kisu wo)" makes her very sad. Especially as it's sung by Allen's [[SanaeKobayashi voice actress]] and could be seen as his perspective.

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* This troper has only seen one episode of the anime[[note]]and a few volumes of the comics[[/note]] and the song "Musician (Tsunaida te ni kisu wo)" makes her very sad. Especially as it's sung by Allen's [[SanaeKobayashi [[Creator/SanaeKobayashi voice actress]] and could be seen as his perspective.
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* This troper has only seen one episode of the anime[[note]]and a few volumes of the comics[[/note]] and the song "Musician (Tsunaida te ni kisu wo)" makes her very sad.

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* This troper has only seen one episode of the anime[[note]]and a few volumes of the comics[[/note]] and the song "Musician (Tsunaida te ni kisu wo)" makes her very sad. Especially as it's sung by Allen's [[SanaeKobayashi voice actress]] and could be seen as his perspective.
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