History TearJerker / FinalFantasyX

18th Mar '17 6:00:26 PM Sharysa
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* After the ship from Besaid fails to stop Sin, you get a cutscene showing a happy, quiet little moment in Kilika. Children playing with their blitzballs, a young mother holding her baby, that sort of thing. Then [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt Sin comes]]. The blitzball is next seen bobbing up and down amid the wreckage, and [[spoiler:when Yuna performs the Sending, you clearly see a minuscule mortuary wrapping among all the others, and that same young mother collapsing to the ground in uncontrollable tears as pyreflies come out of it]].
** Before that, when Sin appears while you're on the ship, the sailors are preparing to harpoon it. Wakka objects, saying that it'll pull the ship under and you'll all die. The sailors keep going anyway, because this might get Sin to leave Kilika alone. "Our families are in Kilika. Forgive us, Lady Summoner!" Yuna just nods. And then it fails, and Sin goes for Kilika anyway.

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* After the ship from Besaid fails to stop Sin, you get a cutscene showing a happy, quiet little moment in Kilika. Children playing with their blitzballs, a young mother holding her baby, that sort of thing. Then [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt Sin comes]]. The blitzball is next seen bobbing up and down amid the wreckage, and [[spoiler:when [[spoiler: when Yuna performs the Sending, you clearly see a minuscule mortuary wrapping among all the others, and that same young mother collapsing to the ground in uncontrollable tears as pyreflies come out of it]].
** Before that, when Sin appears while you're on the ship, the sailors are preparing to harpoon it. Wakka objects, saying that it'll pull the ship under and you'll all die. The sailors keep going anyway, because this might get Sin to leave Kilika alone. "Our families are in Kilika. Forgive us, Lady Summoner!" Yuna just nods. And then it fails, and Sin goes for Kilika anyway. anyway.
** Some people need a few repeats of the scene to realize that the bright, colorful objects massing in the water under Yuna aren't some sort of animal/plant, but ''shrouded corpses.''
23rd Jan '17 7:25:22 AM GottamsReckoning
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* The pain Yuna must have been feeling each time [[spoiler:you're forced to kill one of the aeons after it is possessed by Yu Yevon]]. And then her pain quickly turns to resolve as she [[spoiler:prepares to summon the next aeon, only for the party to kill it as well]]. This can also be pretty painful for the player themselves. And if you decide to Scan them, you will discover that they are, one after another, basically [[spoiler:begging for Yuna to kill them and put them out of their misery.]]
** [[spoiler:Worst is Anima's, which is "Thus I atone."]]
** [[spoiler:The Magus Sisters' are a little less sad. Sandy says "Don't cry", Cindy says "Stop the suffering", and Mindy says "Gotta say goodbye." It's still sad, though, that they're trying to cheer Yuna up even though they must all die...]]
** [[spoiler:It's even worse if you've played ''Final Fantasy X-2'' because you know ''exactly'' how much it hurt Yuna to have to do what she did.]]

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* The pain Yuna must have been feeling each time [[spoiler:you're forced to kill one of the aeons after it is possessed by Yu Yevon]]. And then her pain quickly turns to resolve as she [[spoiler:prepares to summon the next aeon, only for the party to kill it as well]]. This can also be pretty painful for the player themselves. And if you decide to Scan them, you will discover that they are, one after another, basically [[spoiler:begging for Yuna to kill them and put them out of their misery.]]
misery]]. It's even worse if you've played ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX2'' because you know ''exactly'' how much it hurts Yuna to have to do what she did.
** [[spoiler:Worst is Anima's, which is [[spoiler:Anima]] tells Yuna: "Thus I atone."]]
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atone". [[spoiler:The Magus Sisters' are a little less sad. Sandy Sisters]] try to cheer Yuna up. [[spoiler:Sandy says "Don't cry", Cindy says "Stop the suffering", and Mindy says "Gotta say goodbye." It's still sad, though, that they're trying to cheer Yuna up even though they must all die...]]
** [[spoiler:It's even worse if you've played ''Final Fantasy X-2'' because you know ''exactly'' how much it hurt Yuna to have to do what she did.]]
goodbye"]].



* The ending, wherein [[spoiler:Auron is sent to the Farplane, and Tidus, because he was created by the dreaming of the Fayth, begins to disappear as they depart Spira. Yuna tries to keep him from leaving, only to fall right through him in a heartbreaking scene. Before he departs, Tidus takes Yuna into a ghostly embrace from behind (cue the most bittersweet rendition of "To Zanarkand" in the entire game), then dives off the airship and reunites with his father. A montage of all the best moments in the game as seen through Yuna's memories. Yuna's final line: "The ones we have lost, and the dreams that have faded... never forget them"]]. This DownerEnding is mitigated only if you watch the credits to the very end and see TheStinger (or play the sequel). But so elegantly and effectively done, perfectly executed. Damn you, Squaresoft.
** [[spoiler:During the above mentioned embrace, the music swells to its highest crescendo, and then as Tidus goes through Yuna, a measure of silence... then it resumes into its dwindling ending as he leaps off the airship]].
** [[spoiler: The last thing Yuna says to Tidus. In the English version, it's an AnguishedDeclarationOfLove. In the Japanese one, it's the most painful and emotionally freighted "thank you" you've ever heard. Either way it hits like a ton of bricks]].
** Adding to this point, the final shot of [[spoiler:the remaining party looking on just before Tidus jumps off the airship is particularly sad -- especially Yuna; notice how at the very end of the shot, she starts to lose it and stop holding back her tears]].
** Specifically, the part of the ending where Yuna is [[spoiler:standing at the docks whistling]] feels absolutely heartbreaking, due to the particular significance that had been attached to the action earlier.

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* The ending, wherein [[spoiler:Auron is sent to the Farplane, and Tidus, because he was created by the dreaming of the Fayth, begins to disappear as they depart Spira. Spira]]. Yuna tries to keep him [[spoiler:him from leaving, only to fall right through him in a heartbreaking scene. scene]]. Before he departs, Tidus [[spoiler:Tidus takes Yuna into a ghostly embrace from behind (cue the most bittersweet rendition of "To Zanarkand" in the entire game), game, it swells to its highest crescendo, and then as Tidus goes through Yuna, a measure of silence... then it resumes into its dwindling ending as he leaps off the airship), then dives off the airship airship, sees Auron and Braska, and reunites with his father.father giving him a high five]]. A few days later, Yuna is [[spoiler:standing at the Luca docks whistling]] and it feels absolutely heartbreaking, due to the particular significance that had been attached to the action earlier. A montage of all the best moments in the game as seen through Yuna's memories. Yuna's final line: "The [[spoiler:"The ones we have lost, and the dreams that have faded... never forget them"]]. This DownerEnding is mitigated only if you watch the credits to the very end and see TheStinger (or play the sequel). But so elegantly and effectively done, perfectly executed. Damn you, Squaresoft.
** [[spoiler:During the above mentioned embrace, the music swells to its highest crescendo, and then as Tidus goes through Yuna, a measure of silence... then it resumes into its dwindling ending as he leaps off the airship]].
** [[spoiler:
** The last thing Yuna [[spoiler:Yuna says to Tidus. Tidus]]. In the English version, it's an AnguishedDeclarationOfLove. [[spoiler:AnguishedDeclarationOfLove]]. In the Japanese one, it's the most painful and emotionally freighted "thank "Thank you" you've ever heard. Either way it hits like a ton of bricks]].
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bricks. Adding to this point, the final shot of [[spoiler:the remaining party looking on just before Tidus jumps off the airship is particularly sad -- especially Yuna; notice how at the very end of the shot, she starts to lose it and stop holding back her tears]].
** Specifically, the part of the ending where Yuna is [[spoiler:standing at the docks whistling]] feels absolutely heartbreaking, due to the particular significance that had been attached to the action earlier.
tears]].



* The scene with Luzzu [[spoiler:after Gatta is killed]] at the Djose Temple is hard to take. For that matter, the sheer shock of [[spoiler:witnessing Gatta's lifeless body slump to the ground; or, if Luzzu is killed, Gatta screaming that Sin "tore him apart."]] The worst part about this is that if you don't know what triggers it[[note]]Telling Luzzu to stay on the back of the battle, as Gatta orders him ; encouraging him to go to the front lines will get him killed instead of Gatta[[/note]], you unknowingly choose which of these scenes you will witness.

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* The scene with Luzzu [[spoiler:after Gatta is killed]] at the Djose Temple is hard to take. Punching the temple's wall for not protecting him and saying that he was too young to die. For that matter, the sheer shock of [[spoiler:witnessing Gatta's lifeless body slump to the ground; or, ground]]. On the other hand, if Luzzu [[spoiler:Luzzu]] is killed, Gatta [[spoiler:Gatta will start screaming that Sin "tore him apart."]] and he saw his body torn apart by Sin]]. The worst part about this is that if you don't know what triggers it[[note]]Telling Luzzu to stay on the back of the battle, as Gatta orders him ; him; encouraging him to go to the front lines will get him killed instead of Gatta[[/note]], you unknowingly choose which of these scenes you will witness. It's a SadisticChoice that will always have a DownerEnding, no matter what the player chooses.



* "To Zanarkand" is a heartbreaking piece of music on its own, especially [[http://store.ffdistantworlds.com/track/zanarkand-final-fantasy-x the orchestral version]].
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T-P_Try2jZU&hd=1 Wandering Flame]] is pure tearjerker fuel.
** As well as [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4i5p9GPaSM4 Phantoms.]]
* Almost Fridge-y, but [[spoiler:Seymour]] offhandedly calling Kimahri [[spoiler:the last Ronso]].
** Related to this, upon playing through the game again, the scene at Gagazet where all the Ronso first tell Yuna they will bar Yevon's way and prevent anyone from attacking her party, and then sing the Hymn of the Fayth in her honor. First time around it was brave, noble, a possible OffscreenMomentOfAwesome that proved how truly heroic the Ronso were, and the song was powerful and poignant. Upon second viewing, knowing they truly did sacrifice all their lives (rather than just the possibility it might happen) turns the whole thing tragic and heartbreaking, with the hymn becoming their own funeral dirge.
* "Suteki Da Ne" can really tug at your heartstrings.
** Especially when you translate "Suteki Da Ne" to find out that, in English, it's "Isn't It Wonderful?" Listen to it again with the title's implications, and prepare to bawl.
*** The [[http://www.animelyrics.com/game/finalfantasyx/sutekidane.htm lyrics]] are worse. "Isn't it wonderful / To walk together in each other's hands / I do so want to go / To your city, your house, into your arms."

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* The game's awesome music composed by long-time collaborator Nobuo Uematsu (one of his last pieces for the ''Final Fantasy'' series) along with Masashi Hamauzu. "To Zanarkand" is a heartbreaking piece of music on its own, especially [[http://store.ffdistantworlds.com/track/zanarkand-final-fantasy-x the orchestral version]].
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version]]. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T-P_Try2jZU&hd=1 Wandering Flame]] is pure melancholic tearjerker fuel.
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fuel. As well as [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4i5p9GPaSM4 Phantoms.]]
Phantoms]].
** "Suteki Da Ne", the game's main song whose melody is reprised in some compositions, can really tug at your heartstrings. Especially when you translate "Suteki Da Ne" to find out that, in English, it's "Isn't It Wonderful?". Listen to it again with the title's implications and the [[http://www.animelyrics.com/game/finalfantasyx/sutekidane.htm lyrics]], and prepare to bawl.
-->"Isn't it wonderful / To walk together in each other's hands / I do so want to go / To your city, your house, into your arms."
* Almost Fridge-y, but [[spoiler:Seymour]] offhandedly calling Kimahri [[spoiler:the last Ronso]]. \n** Related to this, upon playing through the game again, the scene at Gagazet where all the Ronso first tell Yuna they will bar Yevon's way and prevent anyone from attacking her party, and then sing the Hymn of the Fayth in her honor. First time around it was brave, noble, a possible OffscreenMomentOfAwesome that proved how truly heroic the Ronso were, and the song was powerful and poignant. Upon second viewing, knowing they truly did sacrifice all their lives (rather than just the possibility it might happen) turns the whole thing tragic and heartbreaking, with the hymn becoming their own funeral dirge.
* "Suteki Da Ne" can really tug at your heartstrings.
** Especially when you translate "Suteki Da Ne" to find out that, in English, it's "Isn't It Wonderful?" Listen to it again with the title's implications, and prepare to bawl.
*** The [[http://www.animelyrics.com/game/finalfantasyx/sutekidane.htm lyrics]] are worse. "Isn't it wonderful / To walk together in each other's hands / I do so want to go / To your city, your house, into your arms."
dirge.



* Lulu and the Cavern of the Stolen Fayth side event. [[spoiler: Lulu in her younger years was a Guardian of a summoner named Ginnem, but due to Lulu being young and inexperienced, Ginnem died there. This tragic event [[MyGreatestFailure has haunted Lulu]] for years. When the party reaches the heart of the Cavern, they are confronted by the tortured soul of Ginnem, who Lulu comments on as having no trace of humanity left. As the party begins to battle Ginnem's version of Yojimbo:]]
-->[[spoiler: '''Lulu''': ''This is my last duty for you. My last as your Guardian.'']]

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* Lulu and the Cavern of the Stolen Fayth side event. [[spoiler: Lulu [[spoiler:Lulu in her younger years was a Guardian of a summoner named Ginnem, but due to Lulu being young and inexperienced, Ginnem died there. This tragic event [[MyGreatestFailure has haunted Lulu]] for years. When the party reaches the heart of the Cavern, they are confronted by the tortured soul of Ginnem, who Lulu comments on as having no trace of humanity left. As the party begins to battle Ginnem's version of Yojimbo:]]
-->[[spoiler: '''Lulu''': ''This -->"This is my last duty for you. My last as your Guardian.'']]"



* Might be somewhere between this and FridgeHorror, concerning Seymour, of all people. [[spoiler: Yes, he's a total asshole when we meet him, and he tries to kill everyone in Spira. But just, take a moment to think about why: Due to being half human, half Guado, he didn't fit in with either. His own father exiled him because the Guado didn't like having a half-human guy living with them, and I'd doubt humans were much kinder. Then, when he was a little kid (How old was he? 9, maybe?), his mother took him to Zanarkand. Despite his begging, she decided to die. During that, she told him he had to use power to make people acknowledge him (As in, she's telling a 9 year old he'll never be liked if not for power), and not only is she becoming his Aeon, she's becoming his '''final''' aeon. As in, she's telling her little child to ''die'' for the people who haven't been kind to him even once. Now, he became a Maester of Yevon. Yevon says that death is the end of pain and sorrow. Now, most people would not want to die because death would also mean the end of joy, but how much of that did Seymour have, anyway? To him, death would most likely be something great. Later on, his sanity becomes even less stable, but I'd say at least until you kill him the second time, he might genuinely be trying to do what he thinks is the best for Spira.]] Not an excuse for most of his behaviour, but he still deserves a bit of sympathy. And if that's not enough, [[spoiler: you can use his own mother to defeat him. Not only has she kind of told him "Yeah, kid, please go kill yourself for the people who hate you", now she herself is trying to kill him. The only person whom he thought loved him, decided to kill him. If that guy had any sanity left at this point, I'd bet you it's gone then.]]
** If you [[spoiler:Summon Anima during the final Battle with Seymour, his words to her pretty much sum this sentiment up to a tea]]
--> [[spoiler:'''Seymour''': ''You'' would oppose me as well! '''So Be It!''']]

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* Might be somewhere between this and FridgeHorror, concerning Seymour, of all people. [[spoiler: Yes, he's a total asshole when we meet him, and he tries to kill everyone in Spira. But just, take a moment to think about why: Due to being half human, half Guado, he didn't fit in with either. His own father exiled him because the Guado didn't like having a half-human guy living with them, and I'd doubt humans were much kinder. Then, when he was a little kid (How old was he? 9, maybe?), his mother took him to Zanarkand. Despite his begging, she decided to die. During that, she told him he had to use power to make people acknowledge him (As in, she's telling a 9 year old he'll never be liked if not for power), and not only is she becoming his Aeon, she's becoming his '''final''' aeon. As in, she's telling her little child to ''die'' for the people who haven't been kind to him even once. Now, he became a Maester of Yevon. Yevon says that death is the end of pain and sorrow. Now, most people would not want to die because death would also mean the end of joy, but how much of that did Seymour have, anyway? To him, death would most likely be something great. Later on, his sanity becomes even less stable, but I'd say at least until you kill him the second time, he might genuinely be trying to do what he thinks is the best for Spira.]] Not an excuse for most of his behaviour, but he still deserves a bit of sympathy. And if that's not enough, [[spoiler: you can use his own mother to defeat him. Not only has she kind of told him "Yeah, kid, please go kill yourself for the people who hate you", now she herself is trying to kill him. The only person whom he thought loved him, decided to kill him. If that guy had any sanity left at this point, I'd bet you it's gone then.]]
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]] If you [[spoiler:Summon Anima during the final Battle with Seymour, his words to her pretty much sum this sentiment up to a tea]]
--> [[spoiler:'''Seymour''': ''You'' -->"''You'' would oppose me as well! '''So Be It!''']]It!'''"



* During the scene between Yuna and Tidus at Rin's outpost on the Mi'ihen Highroad, Tidus says to Yuna that when playing Blitzball, "your head must be in the game. You can't think "That's a cute girl in the fifth seat from the right". This went over this troper's head the first few times, but if you go back to the beginning of the game, Tidus promises a cute redhead to do a special pose for her when he scores. And where was she seated? You guessed it, fifth seat from the right. While Tidus' tone of voice is cheerful and doesn't show any trace of angst or sadness, you can't help but feel choked up at the fact that he's reminiscing a life he's starting to accept he will never be able to go back to.

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* During the scene between Yuna and Tidus at Rin's outpost on the Mi'ihen Highroad, Tidus says to Yuna that when playing Blitzball, "your head must be in the game. You can't think "That's a cute girl in the fifth seat from the right". This went over this troper's head the first few times, but if If you go back to the beginning of the game, Tidus promises a cute redhead to do a special pose for her when he scores. And where was she seated? You guessed it, fifth seat from the right. While Tidus' tone of voice is cheerful and doesn't show any trace of angst or sadness, you can't help but feel choked up at the fact that he's reminiscing a life he's starting to accept he will never be able to go back to.
23rd Jan '17 6:17:26 AM Neldolas
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* When you really think about it, Yuna's childhood prior to being taken to Besaid. [[spoiler:She lost her mother while she was on her way to reconcile with her brother and then becomes an orphan at the age of 7 after Braska defeats Sin. And Yuna didn't even realize that she was alone in the world until she went back home to an empty house after the celebrations in Bevelle]].

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* When you really think about it, Yuna's childhood prior to being taken to Besaid. [[spoiler:She lost her mother while she was on her way to reconcile with her brother and then becomes an orphan at the age of 7 after Braska defeats Sin. And Yuna didn't even realize that she was alone in the world until she went back home to an empty house after the celebrations in Bevelle]].Bevelle]].
* During the scene between Yuna and Tidus at Rin's outpost on the Mi'ihen Highroad, Tidus says to Yuna that when playing Blitzball, "your head must be in the game. You can't think "That's a cute girl in the fifth seat from the right". This went over this troper's head the first few times, but if you go back to the beginning of the game, Tidus promises a cute redhead to do a special pose for her when he scores. And where was she seated? You guessed it, fifth seat from the right. While Tidus' tone of voice is cheerful and doesn't show any trace of angst or sadness, you can't help but feel choked up at the fact that he's reminiscing a life he's starting to accept he will never be able to go back to.
12th Jan '17 6:24:23 PM Usagi1992
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* The inability of so many characters in this game to communicate with each other leads to several very sad and painful moments, but this scene by far takes the teary cake in respect to this.
-->'''Tidus:''' ''(in tears)'' I hate you, Dad.
-->'''Jecht:''' ''(chuckle)'' I know, I know.

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* The inability of so many characters in this game to communicate with each other leads to several very sad and painful moments, but this scene by far takes the teary cake in respect to this.
this; all through the course of the game, Tidus brags about what he'd do if he ever saw his father Jecht again, ranging from popping him in the jaw to at least [[CallingTheOldManOut giving him a brutal]] TheReasonYouSuck speech. And yet, when they finally do meet at the end of the game right before the Sin boss fight, this happens...
-->'''Tidus:''' ''(in tears)'' I hate you, Dad.
Dad?
-->'''Jecht:''' ''(chuckle)'' Hmm?
-->'''Tidus:''' ''(voice cracking)'' ...I hate you.
-->'''Jecht:''' ''(chuckles)''
I know, I know.
25th Oct '16 12:05:52 PM Harco
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** The scene with Luzzu as the Operation is about to commence. [[spoiler:He tells Wakka he was the one to convinced Chappu to join the Crusaders. Wakka punches him, saying Chappu was thinking of proposing to Lulu. Luzzu then tells them that Chappu said to him that being with your girl is good, but keeping Sin far away from her is even better. Luzzu had already confessed his role in Chappu's untimely death to Lulu before they left Besaid, but given Lulu's reaction, she probably didn't know that was the reason Chappu suddenly joined the Crusaders. It also bears mentioning that, when Luzzu prepares to confess to Wakka, she falls out of her role as TheStoic for the first time.]] Afterwards, Luzzu gets called to his post at the front. Yuna tries to stop him, but Auron tells her to let him pass as he has chosen his path, just as Yuna chose hers when she became a summoner. Luzzu walks of silently--everyone present, including himself, knowing full well that he probably won't survive. Which just makes Auron's words to Yuna all the more poignant [[spoiler:when you learn of the true nature of the pelgrimage, which Tidus lampshades in his narration after the scene]].
22nd Oct '16 7:49:27 PM dlchen145
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** There's also Auron [[spoiler:slashing away with his sword at the image of his younger self.]] Seeing [[BadAss Auron]] break down like that, so full of self-loathing for what he couldn't do and over the friends he couldn't protect.... It was incredibly powerful, even beautiful in a way.

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** There's also Auron [[spoiler:slashing away with his sword at the image of his younger self.]] Seeing [[BadAss Auron]] Auron break down like that, so full of self-loathing for what he couldn't do and over the friends he couldn't protect.... It was incredibly powerful, even beautiful in a way.
24th Sep '16 8:51:06 AM TMK
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*** That Jecht sphere... It starts off with Jecht asking Auron if the latter caught the Blitz game, and ends with an emotional-and-trying-to-hide-it Jecht telling Auron to turn the sphere off. Jecht was ''crying?'' Hell, and throw in that toxin-spurred shot of Jecht standing in the doorway of their home back in Zanarkand.
*** "You know... for the first time... I'm glad to have you... as a father."

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*** ** That Jecht sphere... It starts off with Jecht asking Auron if the latter caught the Blitz game, and ends with an emotional-and-trying-to-hide-it Jecht telling Auron to turn the sphere off. Jecht was ''crying?'' Hell, and throw in that toxin-spurred shot of Jecht standing in the doorway of their home back in Zanarkand.
*** ** "You know... for the first time... I'm glad to have you... as a father."
24th Sep '16 8:48:26 AM TMK
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* "Dad?... I hate you." The inability of so many characters in this game to communicate with each other leads to several very sad and painful moments, but this scene by far takes the teary cake in respect to this.
** *chuckle* "I know, I know."

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* "Dad?... I hate you." The inability of so many characters in this game to communicate with each other leads to several very sad and painful moments, but this scene by far takes the teary cake in respect to this.
** *chuckle* "I -->'''Tidus:''' ''(in tears)'' I hate you, Dad.
-->'''Jecht:''' ''(chuckle)'' I
know, I know."
3rd Sep '16 2:04:06 PM Elemiel
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* Auron's and Kinoc's falling out as friends. A minor one for Auron, but that can get really sad when you think about it (especially after watching Auron's Sphere where you see them interacting a little). Back when they were young, they used to be good friends. When they meet again, Kinoc has become a corrupt and cynical religious leader. Auron (who's already a very jaded man) seems to be very disappointed to see that his old friend has become so rotten.

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* Auron's and Kinoc's falling out as friends. A minor one for Auron, but that can get really sad when you think about it (especially after watching Auron's Sphere where you see them interacting a little). Back when they were young, they used to be good friends. When they meet again, Kinoc has become a corrupt and cynical religious leader. Auron (who's already a very jaded man) seems to be very disappointed to see that his old friend has become so rotten.rotten.
* When you really think about it, Yuna's childhood prior to being taken to Besaid. [[spoiler:She lost her mother while she was on her way to reconcile with her brother and then becomes an orphan at the age of 7 after Braska defeats Sin. And Yuna didn't even realize that she was alone in the world until she went back home to an empty house after the celebrations in Bevelle]].
3rd Sep '16 1:50:25 PM Elemiel
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** And the moment before entering that room, Rikku begins to argue with the others about the pilgrimage and Tidus [[spoiler:asks them why they keep talking about Yuna as if she's going to die]]. "To Zanarkand" begins to play as they immediately stop arguing and the party members begin to run ahead of him because none of them [[spoiler:can bring themselves to tell him the truth]].
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