History TearJerker / HighschoolDxD

1st Apr '17 7:41:44 PM ilovehirohamada
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* In volume 12, Kiba battles Georg of the Khaos Brigade. Losing badly and about to face his own death, Kiba and the demoralized Gremory Group [[spoiler: hear Ise's voice encouraging them to look after his best pal. One of Ise's Evil Pieces transforms into Ascalon and allows Kiba to win the fight. Apparently even beyond the grave, Ise cares for his friends. A mixture of tear-jerker and heatwarming since at the time no one was sure that Ise was ever coming back.]]

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* In volume 12, Kiba battles Georg of the Khaos Brigade. Losing badly and about to face his own death, Kiba and the demoralized Gremory Group [[spoiler: hear Ise's voice encouraging them to look after his best pal. One of Ise's Evil Pieces transforms into Ascalon and allows Kiba to win the fight. Apparently even beyond the grave, Ise Issei cares for his friends. A mixture of tear-jerker and heatwarming since at the time no one was sure that Ise Issei was ever coming back.]]
10th Dec '16 5:53:48 PM Jgamer
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** And before that, when Vali [[spoiler: was trapped within the illusional world that Aži Dahāka created, it showed his innermost desire. To have a normal family. Even knowing it's an illusion, he can't help but be drawn into the warmth of having a family; he eats dinner with them, plays with his younger siblings and sleeps together with them. And even when he finally gathers the resolve to leave, he breaks down crying. And the icing on the heartbreak cake is, before he leaves, it's revealed that the father figure in this illusion that reflects his ideal family is Azazel, making the next bit even more painful when Azazel leaves with the other gods to seal Trihexa]]

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** And before that, when Vali [[spoiler: was trapped within the illusional world that Aži Dahāka created, it showed his innermost desire. To have a normal family. Even knowing it's an illusion, he can't help but be drawn into the warmth of having a family; he eats dinner with them, plays with his younger siblings and sleeps together with them. And even when he finally gathers the resolve to leave, he breaks down crying. And the icing on the heartbreak cake is, before he leaves, it's revealed that the father figure in this illusion that reflects his ideal family is Azazel, making the next bit even more painful when Azazel leaves with the other gods to seal Trihexa]]Trihexa]]
* The first half of Volume 22 is a mix of this and Heartwarming, with the heroes, despite their losses, moving on with their lives and making plans for the future, albeit while being bitterly reminded of those losses from time to time:
** Issei is looking back at his life [[spoiler: as he prepares to become a High Class Devil]], thinking back to the events of [[ContinuityCavalcade the past 21 volumes]]. However, it ends with [[spoiler: Azazel's [[SoProudOfYou last message]] to him]], leading Issei to lament [[spoiler: that Azazel isn't there to see his shining moment.]]
14th Nov '16 10:53:48 PM Skyrius
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* Volume 21: [[spoiler: In order to stop Trihexa for good, nearly all the faction leaders and their subordinates decided to seal themselves within Trihexa so that they can [[SealedEvilInADuel battle it to keep it from getting out]]. In particular, Vali is forced to watch as his surrogate father Azazel goes away, and Sona and Rias are left crying on the coast over the loss of their respective older siblings. Grayfia has it worse as she is the only member of Sirzechs' peerage to be left behind after being hypnotized. ]]

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* Volume 21: [[spoiler: In order to stop Trihexa for good, nearly all the faction leaders and their subordinates decided to seal themselves within Trihexa so that they can [[SealedEvilInADuel battle it to keep it from getting out]]. In particular, Vali is forced to watch as his surrogate father Azazel goes away, and Sona and Rias are left crying on the coast over the loss of their respective older siblings. Grayfia has it worse as she is the only member of Sirzechs' peerage to be left behind after being hypnotized. ]]]]
** And before that, when Vali [[spoiler: was trapped within the illusional world that Aži Dahāka created, it showed his innermost desire. To have a normal family. Even knowing it's an illusion, he can't help but be drawn into the warmth of having a family; he eats dinner with them, plays with his younger siblings and sleeps together with them. And even when he finally gathers the resolve to leave, he breaks down crying. And the icing on the heartbreak cake is, before he leaves, it's revealed that the father figure in this illusion that reflects his ideal family is Azazel, making the next bit even more painful when Azazel leaves with the other gods to seal Trihexa]]
30th Aug '16 6:59:49 PM Zaiaku666
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* Volume 21: [[spoiler: In order to stop Trihexa for good, nearly all the faction leaders and their subordinates decided to seal themselves within Trihexa so that they can [[SealedEvilInADuel battle it to keep it from getting out]]. In particular, Vali is forced to watch as his surrogate father Azazel goes away, and Sona and Rias are left crying on the coast over the loss of their respective older siblings.]]

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* Volume 21: [[spoiler: In order to stop Trihexa for good, nearly all the faction leaders and their subordinates decided to seal themselves within Trihexa so that they can [[SealedEvilInADuel battle it to keep it from getting out]]. In particular, Vali is forced to watch as his surrogate father Azazel goes away, and Sona and Rias are left crying on the coast over the loss of their respective older siblings. Grayfia has it worse as she is the only member of Sirzechs' peerage to be left behind after being hypnotized. ]]
8th Aug '16 10:14:09 AM Jgamer
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** The fact that [[spoiler: Issei's kids refer to Azazel as the "Founding Governor" suggests that Azazel died sometime later, considering the events of Volume 21...]]

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** The fact that [[spoiler: Issei's kids refer to Azazel as the "Founding Governor" suggests that Azazel died sometime later, considering the events of Volume 21...]]
* Volume 21: [[spoiler: In order to stop Trihexa for good, nearly all the faction leaders and their subordinates decided to seal themselves within Trihexa so that they can [[SealedEvilInADuel battle it to keep it from getting out]]. In particular, Vali is forced to watch as his surrogate father Azazel goes away, and Sona and Rias are left crying on the coast over the loss of their respective older siblings.
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23rd Jun '16 6:52:16 AM AlienPatch
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* Volume 19 is abound of this, in particular how Strada addressed the DxD team after his defeat. To elaborate:

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* Volume 19 is abound of this, in particular how Strada addressed the DxD DXD team after his defeat. To elaborate:
13th May '16 12:21:52 AM JasonUlloa
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** To elaborate on volume 20, [[spoiler: Belial and Rizevem hold issei's parent hostage. When he makes it there, he gets bound and forced to drink dragons blood by Belial, forcing his true nature as a dragon to be shown in front of his parents, reducing him to a sobbing wreck. Yet his parents don't hate him, and hug him. This causes his Bi-lingual to work its magic on issei's Parents. It shows their past, revealing that Issei had two other siblings that were tragic miscarriages before him, but his parents persevere, learning from it instead of giving up, finally having him. As more of Issei's childhood is revealed, it's revealed that the main reason for his inferiority complex is that he feels responsible for taking his dad's fishing pole without permission and when he breaks it, he feels like it's his fault, and it's a partial catalyst to why he is so obsessed with Oppai; to keep his inferiority complex in the back of his head, while being genuine about his love of Oppai all the same. All of this is punctuated by his parents not caring if Issei is a dragon, that if he was just a mindless monster, he wouldn't have felt fear of rejection and the inflections in his dragon voice was still their little boy, scared of what was happening to him in front of them.]] [[WhamEpisode Damn]].

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** To elaborate on volume 20, [[spoiler: Belial and Rizevem hold issei's parent Issei's parents hostage. When he makes it there, he gets bound and forced to drink dragons blood by Belial, forcing his true nature as a dragon to be shown in front of his parents, reducing him to a sobbing wreck. Yet his parents don't hate him, and hug him. This causes his Bi-lingual Bilingual to work its magic on issei's Parents. Issei's parents. It shows their past, revealing that Issei had two other siblings that were tragic miscarriages before him, but him. However, his parents persevere, persevered, learning from it them instead of giving up, and finally having had him. As more of Issei's childhood is revealed, it's revealed that the main reason for his inferiority complex is that he feels responsible for taking his dad's fishing pole without permission and when he breaks it, he feels like it's his fault, and it's fault. It's a partial catalyst to why he is so obsessed with Oppai; to keep his inferiority complex in the back of his head, while being genuine about his love of Oppai all the same. All of this is punctuated by his parents not caring if Issei is a dragon, and that if he was just a mindless monster, he wouldn't have felt fear of rejection and the rejection. The inflections in his dragon voice was were still those of their little boy, scared of what was happening to him in front of them.]] [[WhamEpisode Damn]].
25th Apr '16 10:44:39 AM FreedomPlanet
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** The fact that [[spoiler: Issei's kids refer to Azazel as the "Founding Governor" suggests that Azazel died sometime later.]]

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** The fact that [[spoiler: Issei's kids refer to Azazel as the "Founding Governor" suggests that Azazel died sometime later.later, considering the events of Volume 21...]]
4th Nov '15 5:17:19 AM salvadorfranz
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** [[spoiler: Course the same kids refer to Issei's wives as keeping him on a tight leash, so it may be that just how often he is away from them is exaggerated for the sake of drawing attention to the one kid's resentment.]]

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** [[spoiler: Course the same kids refer to Issei's wives as keeping him on a tight leash, so it may be that just how often he is away from them is exaggerated for the sake of drawing attention to the one kid's resentment.]]
** The fact that [[spoiler: Issei's kids refer to Azazel as the "Founding Governor" suggests that Azazel died sometime later.
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29th Oct '15 2:02:16 PM adz_fh
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->''When Kiba spoke — as if possessed by something, he seemed to have a gentle expression. …To become a sheath to this guy that I’ve always been concerned about[[note: Issei refers to Kiba's vengeful nature and how Tosca's presence softened it.]]. Kiba had said that he was determined to protect her forever.''

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->''When --> ''Neither I nor my comrades who were lost for words, could do anything but shed tears for their reunion. …Kiba, it’s truly great. What you’ve lived for until now, it exists! Because you’ve lived until now, you were able to see this girl again!''

--> ''When
Kiba spoke — as if possessed by something, he seemed to have a gentle expression. …To become a sheath to this guy that I’ve always been concerned about[[note: about[[note]] Issei refers to Kiba's vengeful nature and how Tosca's presence softened it.]].[[/note]]. Kiba had said that he was determined to protect her forever.''
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