History TearJerker / DGrayman

22nd Jan '16 12:02:11 PM Leid
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22nd Jan '16 11:28:54 AM Leid
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15th Mar '14 7:16:42 PM Prfnoff
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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.
22nd Aug '13 12:40:19 AM CrystalThorn
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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.
22nd Aug '13 12:39:41 AM CrystalThorn
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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 anime[[note]]and a few volumes of the comics[[/Note]] comics[[/note]] and the song "Musician (Tsunaida te ni kisu wo)" makes her very sad.
22nd Aug '13 12:38:45 AM CrystalThorn
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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.
12th Mar '13 6:07:49 PM Doryna
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* Just the entire concept of the Akuma can teeter between NightmareFuel 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]].

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* Just the entire concept of the Akuma can teeter between NightmareFuel 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]].
5th Mar '13 1:27:29 AM MacronNotes
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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]]'' [[HeroicSociopath 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 TricksterMentor General Cross Marian shows that [[JerkWithaHeartOfGold he's not a]] ''[[JerkWithaHeartOfGold completely]]'' [[HeroicSociopath completely]]'' heartless bastard]] 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...
5th Jan '13 8:19:25 PM Jahlia
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*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...." ]]
29th Dec '12 6:45:06 PM blackmon
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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 insanity
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