History TearJerker / DeltoraQuest

6th Jul '16 12:44:20 PM firejewel
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* In the episode "Meeting Prin", Prin is captured by Grey Guards and stuffed in a sack, who even plan to ''eat'' her. When she starts crying out to her mother for help they actually ''[[WouldHurtAChild kick]]'' her to shut her up. While many consider Prin TheScrappy, this is still a horrible and cruel thing to do to an innocent child.
** From the same episode, the elder Kin's story of what drove the Kin from their home in the mountains.
5th Jul '16 4:26:54 PM firejewel
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* The anime had (believe it or not) Thaegan and her children, in the group's (minus Ichabod) final appearance. The part when Thaegan committed her SuicideAttack and her children didn't want to be left behind was sweet in itself. Then when she asked them why they did it, they tell her they just wanted to be with their mother. If that doesn't start the water works the fact that their deaths created a lovely rainbow will.

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* The anime had (believe it or not) Thaegan and her children, in the group's (minus Ichabod) final appearance. The part when Thaegan committed commits her SuicideAttack and her children didn't want to be left behind was sweet in itself. Then when she asked asks them why they did it, they tell her they just wanted to be with their mother. If that doesn't start the water works the fact that their deaths created a lovely rainbow will.
9th Apr '16 5:11:16 AM Chericola
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[[AC: The Towers of Illica]]
* [[spoiler: Britta losing her sunrise pearl.]]

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13th Nov '15 11:18:00 PM Chericola
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\n* The moments just before Britta and Stassi sink fully into the mud. Britta is grieved that she was unable to save the boy, and apologises to him. Then Stassi tells her that because she tried to rescue him, his life is now hers, and they just hold hands and wait for the mud to cover them.
11th Nov '15 3:32:36 PM Chericola
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[[AC: Shadows of the Master]]




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[[AC: Two Moons]]

10th Nov '15 6:57:39 PM Chericola
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* [[spoiler: Zoolah's]] death and Britta's reaction to it. She feels horrible, especially knowing that the shadows that killed [[spoiler: Zoolah]] were just trying to protect her. Also doubles as a heartwarming moment, as Britta actually feels guilty at being associated with [[spoiler: Zoolah's]] death, even after everything [[spoiler: Zoolah]] had done and threatened to do to her.


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* [[spoiler: Zoolah's]] death and Britta's reaction to it. She feels horrible, especially knowing and it's worse for the reader since they know that the shadows that killed [[spoiler: Zoolah]] were just trying to protect her. Also doubles as a heartwarming moment, as Britta actually feels guilty some guilt at being associated with [[spoiler: Zoolah's]] death, even after everything [[spoiler: Zoolah]] had done and threatened to do to her.

9th Nov '15 10:44:16 PM Chericola
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* Barda's reaction to seeing Lindal sick with the Toran Plague. He basically barges into Sharn's room with wild eyes, with Jasmine trying to hold him back. Then his breath catches when he sees Lindal unconscious on the bed and covered in welts.
---> '''Barda:''' Lindal! Is it true--?


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* [[spoiler: Paff's]] suicide. Even though she was a servant of the Shadow Lord, she is so broken and deep in despair that you have to feel sorry for her. Especially when you consider her history-- a slave in the Shadowlands, being freed and returning to a home only to realise that she was completely alone, without family and friendless, and having to work for a fussy old man who constantly compared her to his old assistant. It's no wonder she turned to the Shadow Lord when you think of that. She worked so hard to please him and in the end he abandoned her, causing her complete loss of hope and will to live.
9th Nov '15 10:20:35 PM Chericola
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* [[spoiler: The death of Doran the Dragonlover.]] We spend two series learning more about this courageous posthumous character. [[spoiler:And then it turns out he wasn't dead, but trapped in a particularly cruel form of AndIMustScream. Doran flat out says that death is far better than what can be called life. And he asks Veritas, one of his oldest friends to kill him.]]
* Verity's ultimate fate in ''Isle of the Dead''. It's revealed that she was killed by Laughing Jack on the day of the Shadow Lord's invasion, during an impassioned fit of rage on Jack's part. She was only seventeen. She then spends the next eighteen years in a cursed half-state as a figurehead on board the Lady Luck.

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* [[spoiler: The death of Doran the Dragonlover.]] We spend two series learning more about this courageous posthumous character. [[spoiler:And [[spoiler: And then it turns out he wasn't dead, but trapped in a particularly cruel form of AndIMustScream. Doran flat out says that death is far better than what can be called life. And he asks Veritas, one of his oldest friends friends, to kill him.]]
* Verity's ultimate fate in ''Isle of the Dead''. It's revealed that she was killed by Laughing Jack on the day of the Shadow Lord's invasion, during an impassioned fit of rage on Jack's part. She was only seventeen. She then spends the next eighteen years in a cursed half-state as a figurehead on board the Lady Luck.''Lady Luck''.


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* The whole dialogue between Lief and Doom in Paff's room as they wait for Paff to wake up so that they can question her. What makes it all the more poignant is that Doom for the first time in all three series actually voices what's in his heart (and what he says is ''really'' heartbreaking). It's the first time we see him so undone. We hear that he actually empathizes with Paff, despite her being a Shadow Lord servant, because if he were in her shoes, he might have done what she did and he doesn't want her to wake up to utter despair like he did.
8th Nov '15 1:40:56 PM Chericola
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\n* Britta's grief and bitterness over her lost dream, and her longing at seeing the ''Star of Deltora''.
* [[spoiler: Zoolah's]] death and Britta's reaction to it. She feels horrible, especially knowing that the shadows that killed [[spoiler: Zoolah]] were just trying to protect her. Also doubles as a heartwarming moment, as Britta actually feels guilty at being associated with [[spoiler: Zoolah's]] death, even after everything [[spoiler: Zoolah]] had done and threatened to do to her.

7th Nov '15 5:48:24 PM Chericola
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\n* Britta's explanation of the fates of the Shadowlands survivors. They had been driven mad during their imprisonment, and even now suffer the effects of it. The fact that palace is now being used as a refuge for those damaged victims of the Shadow Lord's cruelty doubles as both a tearjerker and a heartwarming moment, as it's clear that the effects of the tyranny are being felt even twenty years after its end, and Lief cares enough about his people's well-being to try and help them recover from their pain and trauma and give them whatever they need.

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