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12th Nov '17 2:04:46 AM zoopyDoopy
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* A throwaway line, but a sad one: the homeroom teacher mentions Sayaka, followed by 'and now I'm hearing one of the girls in the third year is missing as well'. She's talking about Mami. This is pretty sad when you remember that it's been the better part of a month at this part, and Mami died near the beginning of it. In episode terms, Mami died in Episode Three and it's now Episode 11. It's been eight episodes since she died, and the teachers are only just now getting worried about it. This suggests that either: the teachers tried to call home, and no one was there, or Mami has possibly missed class before due to the pressures of a magical girl life. Either way, Homura was more right than she knew when she said in Ep 4 that it would be some time before Mami even had a missing person's report - not only does she have no relatives to notice her going missing, but she appears to have somehow flown under the radar in her school life, too.
18th Oct '17 10:39:45 AM KyuTurtle
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*** [[spoiler: Kyoko isnt entirely apathetic to Mami's death. In her first confrontation with Sayaka over killing familiars, she acts cocky and arrogant, but isn't hostile, until Sayaka snaps back that people like Kyoko are the reason why Mami's dead, causing Kyoko to drop the haughty mask and clench her fists, angrily muttering "Shut up," showing that Mami's death affected her more than she let on.]]

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*** [[spoiler: Kyoko isnt isn't entirely apathetic to Mami's death. In her first confrontation with Sayaka over killing familiars, she acts cocky and arrogant, but isn't hostile, until Sayaka snaps back that people like Kyoko are the reason why Mami's dead, causing Kyoko to drop the haughty mask and clench her fists, angrily muttering "Shut up," showing that Mami's death affected her more than she let on.]]



* There is a Vocaloid by the name of CUL out there, whose voicebank was based on the voice of Sayaka's seiyuu. How did a producer use this to their advantage? Well the song they made is called [[spoiler: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-tsQjb69cc&feature=related "Atashitte honto baka"]], that is, "I'm such an idiot" or "I was stupid... so stupid...", i.e., the most spoilerriffic sentence Sayaka uttered in episode 8.]]

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* There is a Vocaloid {{Music/Vocaloid}} by the name of CUL out there, whose voicebank was based on the voice of Sayaka's seiyuu. How did a producer use this to their advantage? Well the song they made is called [[spoiler: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-tsQjb69cc&feature=related "Atashitte honto baka"]], that is, "I'm such an idiot" or "I was stupid... so stupid...", i.e., the most spoilerriffic sentence Sayaka uttered in episode 8.]]
11th Sep '17 2:49:31 AM SeveralCakes
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** Due to their contracts, [[spoiler: they will '''never have a life beyond the witch hunt.''' The Puella Magi that lasted the longest before witching out was twenty when it happened. Assuming that she was fourteen, she lived six years before ''going irreparably insane, splitting her own soul open and vomiting its contents into a hell-dimension she created'' '''''out of pure rancorousness and acerbity.''''' They will never grow up. They will never lead a normal life. They will die before they can achieve anything in the real world, the world they protect and the world they gave their souls for. Sayaka was right; Magical Girls really are the living dead. It brings to mind a part of the description on Oktavia von Seckendorff's witch card:]]
--> ''Her fortune only turns under the weight of memories and no longer moves toward the future. Nothing will reach her any longer. She will come to know nothing more.''
4th Aug '17 2:20:35 AM zequeins
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* Oktavia giving out a blood-curdling shriek [[spoiler:in Sayaka's voice.]] The effect is both nightmarish and [[TorturedMonster tragic.]]
1st Aug '17 8:06:19 PM The12thDoctor
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[[caption-width-right:350:[[FromBadToWorse This is only one of many tribulations that Madoka will end up suffering from.]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:[[FromBadToWorse This is only one of many tribulations that [[caption-width-right:350:[[MemeticMutation Being Madoka will end up suffering from.]]is suffering.]]]]
1st Aug '17 8:03:03 PM The12thDoctor
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[[caption-width-right:350: Madoka Suffering]]

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[[caption-width-right:350: [[caption-width-right:350:[[FromBadToWorse This is only one of many tribulations that Madoka Suffering]]will end up suffering from.]]
28th Jul '17 2:47:44 PM Stingray009
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[[caption-width-right:350: Madoka Suffering]]
16th Jul '17 11:35:28 AM nombretomado
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* Kyoko's surname is Sakura, or Cherry Blossom. Aside from the red motif there was a small piloted missile employed by the Japanese during WW2 nicknamed Cherry Blossoms that were used for Kamikaze attacks against American battleships. [[spoiler: Considering how Kyouko went out there's an odd parallel.]]

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* Kyoko's surname is Sakura, or Cherry Blossom. Aside from the red motif there was a small piloted missile employed by the Japanese during WW2 [=WW2=] nicknamed Cherry Blossoms that were used for Kamikaze attacks against American battleships. [[spoiler: Considering how Kyouko went out there's an odd parallel.]]
15th Jul '17 9:56:17 AM nombretomado
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* It's bad (and horrifying) enough that ''[[spoiler:[[WorldWarII Anne Frank]]]]'' was a ''Puella Magi''. The theories that the Witch Uhrmann may have been a ''[[WhatMeasureIsANonHuman dog]]'' used in an Incubator experiment who just wanted love from humans [[HumansAreCthulhu and couldn't understand why people (and Incubators) did so many terrible things to her]] take this show's tear ([[NightmareFuel and fear]]) quotient [[SerialEscalation continually higher]] ([[FridgeHorror and makes you wonder about Urobuchi's mental landscape]]).

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* It's bad (and horrifying) enough that ''[[spoiler:[[WorldWarII ''[[spoiler:[[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII Anne Frank]]]]'' was a ''Puella Magi''. The theories that the Witch Uhrmann may have been a ''[[WhatMeasureIsANonHuman dog]]'' used in an Incubator experiment who just wanted love from humans [[HumansAreCthulhu and couldn't understand why people (and Incubators) did so many terrible things to her]] take this show's tear ([[NightmareFuel and fear]]) quotient [[SerialEscalation continually higher]] ([[FridgeHorror and makes you wonder about Urobuchi's mental landscape]]).
4th Jun '17 10:31:05 AM nombretomado
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