History TearJerker / TheIdolmaster

3rd Aug '15 5:22:23 PM creativelybored
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xcx_ulopz84 The 9th Anniversary performance of Yakusoku]] - the closest a live performance had gotten to the tearjerkingness of the anime, [[UpToEleven and then some.]]

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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xcx_ulopz84 The 9th Anniversary performance of Yakusoku]] - the closest a live performance had gotten to the tearjerkingness Episode 20 of the anime, [[UpToEleven and then some.]]
3rd Aug '15 5:21:11 PM creativelybored
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3rd Aug '15 5:20:42 PM creativelybored
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** Similarly, ''[[RescueRomance Futari]] [[StarCrossedLovers no]] [[ButNowIMustGo Kioku]]''.

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** Similarly, ''[[RescueRomance Futari]] [[StarCrossedLovers no]] [[ButNowIMustGo Kioku]]''.Kioku]]''.
* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xcx_ulopz84 The 9th Anniversary performance of Yakusoku]] - the closest a live performance had gotten to the tearjerkingness of the anime, [[UpToEleven and then some.]]
21st Jun '15 10:45:15 PM creativelybored
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*** Taking it to a meta level, is [[http://exciel.blogspot.com/2013/07/on-miura-azusa-and-legend-of-momozakip.html The Legend of MomozakiP]]. While this troper recommends clicking through the link and reading it all, for anyone else, it may be summed as thus:
---> A fan who became famous for his contributions on NND, MomozakiP [[http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm1036128 created a video to promote "Tonari ni...", the image song of his favorite idol.]] It's song popular among the fandom to this day, more than likely to his efforts. Fans waited for more, but a friend then reported that MomozakiP had died of a heart attack. Since then, fandom and iM@S creators alike recognized his contributions. His work has been referenced in the anime, namely [[spoiler:the moment where Chihaya recovers her career with an acapella, later backed by the full instrumental is considered a direct reference]]. Episode 26 as well, which highlights a film that Azusa starred in, uses "Tonari ni..." - now think of the lyrics. A woman, mourning the loss of the man she loved. Maybe that film referred to his video, or [[HarsherInHindsight maybe for the iM@S creators, that man in that story is a reference to MomozakiP himself]].

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\n*** ** Taking it to a meta level, is [[http://exciel.blogspot.com/2013/07/on-miura-azusa-and-legend-of-momozakip.html The Legend of MomozakiP]]. While this troper recommends clicking through the link and reading it all, for anyone else, it may be summed as thus:
---> *** A fan who became famous for his contributions on NND, MomozakiP [[http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm1036128 created a video to promote "Tonari ni...", the image song of his favorite idol.]] It's song popular among the fandom to this day, more than likely to his efforts. Fans waited for more, but a friend then reported that MomozakiP had died of a heart attack. Since then, fandom and iM@S creators alike recognized his contributions. His work has been referenced in the anime, namely [[spoiler:the moment where Chihaya recovers her career with an acapella, later backed by the full instrumental is considered a direct reference]]. Episode 26 as well, which highlights a film that Azusa starred in, uses "Tonari ni..." - now think of the lyrics. A woman, mourning the loss of the man she loved. Maybe that film referred to his video, or [[HarsherInHindsight maybe for the iM@S creators, that man in that story is a reference to MomozakiP himself]].
21st Jun '15 10:40:44 PM creativelybored
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**** A fan who became famous for his contributions on NND, MomozakiP [[http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm1036128 created a video to promote "Tonari ni...", the image song of his favorite idol.]] It's song popular among the fandom to this day, more than likely to his efforts. Fans waited for more, but a friend then reported that MomozakiP had died of a heart attack. Since then, fandom and iM@S creators alike recognized his contributions. His work has been referenced in the anime, namely [[spoiler:the moment where Chihaya recovers her career with an acapella, later backed by the full instrumental is considered a direct reference]]. Episode 26 as well, which highlights a film that Azusa starred in, uses "Tonari ni..." - now think of the lyrics. A woman, mourning the loss of the man she loved. Maybe that film referred to his video, or [[HarsherInHindsight maybe for the iM@S creators, that man in that story is a reference to MomozakiP himself]].

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**** ---> A fan who became famous for his contributions on NND, MomozakiP [[http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm1036128 created a video to promote "Tonari ni...", the image song of his favorite idol.]] It's song popular among the fandom to this day, more than likely to his efforts. Fans waited for more, but a friend then reported that MomozakiP had died of a heart attack. Since then, fandom and iM@S creators alike recognized his contributions. His work has been referenced in the anime, namely [[spoiler:the moment where Chihaya recovers her career with an acapella, later backed by the full instrumental is considered a direct reference]]. Episode 26 as well, which highlights a film that Azusa starred in, uses "Tonari ni..." - now think of the lyrics. A woman, mourning the loss of the man she loved. Maybe that film referred to his video, or [[HarsherInHindsight maybe for the iM@S creators, that man in that story is a reference to MomozakiP himself]].
21st Jun '15 10:30:25 PM creativelybored
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**** A fan who became famous for his contributions on NND, MomozakiP [[http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm1036128 created a video to promote "Tonari ni...", the image song of his favorite idol.]] A song popular among the fandom, more than likely to his efforts, fans waited for more, but a friend then reported that MomozakiP had died of a heart attack. His work has been referenced in the anime, namely [[spoiler:the moment where Chihaya recovers her career with an acapella later backed by the full instrumental is considered a direct reference]]. Episode 26, which highlights a film that Azusa starred in uses "Tonari ni..." - now think of the lyrics. A woman once an idol, and a man who was once her producer, that woman, mourning the loss of the man she loved. Maybe that film referred to his video, or [[HarsherInHindsight maybe that man in that story could have been him]].

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**** A fan who became famous for his contributions on NND, MomozakiP [[http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm1036128 created a video to promote "Tonari ni...", the image song of his favorite idol.]] A It's song popular among the fandom, fandom to this day, more than likely to his efforts, fans efforts. Fans waited for more, but a friend then reported that MomozakiP had died of a heart attack. Since then, fandom and iM@S creators alike recognized his contributions. His work has been referenced in the anime, namely [[spoiler:the moment where Chihaya recovers her career with an acapella acapella, later backed by the full instrumental is considered a direct reference]]. Episode 26, 26 as well, which highlights a film that Azusa starred in in, uses "Tonari ni..." - now think of the lyrics. A woman once an idol, and a man who was once her producer, that woman, mourning the loss of the man she loved. Maybe that film referred to his video, or [[HarsherInHindsight maybe for the iM@S creators, that man in that story could have been him]].is a reference to MomozakiP himself]].
21st Jun '15 10:24:08 PM creativelybored
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*** Taking it to a meta level, is [[http://exciel.blogspot.com/2013/07/on-miura-azusa-and-legend-of-momozakip.html The Legend of MomozakiP]]. While this troper recommends clicking through the link and reading it all, for anyone else, it may be summed as thus:
**** A fan who became famous for his contributions on NND, MomozakiP [[http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm1036128 created a video to promote "Tonari ni...", the image song of his favorite idol.]] A song popular among the fandom, more than likely to his efforts, fans waited for more, but a friend then reported that MomozakiP had died of a heart attack. His work has been referenced in the anime, namely [[spoiler:the moment where Chihaya recovers her career with an acapella later backed by the full instrumental is considered a direct reference]]. Episode 26, which highlights a film that Azusa starred in uses "Tonari ni..." - now think of the lyrics. A woman once an idol, and a man who was once her producer, that woman, mourning the loss of the man she loved. Maybe that film referred to his video, or [[HarsherInHindsight maybe that man in that story could have been him]].
26th Aug '12 9:01:59 PM SuzushinaYuriko
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** And as for songs, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NykBs6GXMA0 Tonari ni]], [[HerHeartWillGoOn just... Tonari ni.]]

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** And as for songs, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NykBs6GXMA0 com/watch?v=6BXL-dKtM0I Tonari ni]], [[HerHeartWillGoOn just... Tonari ni.]]
4th Aug '12 11:16:00 PM Parable
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15th May '12 8:19:51 AM Freecom
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* Episode 23 has the ever-cheerful Haruka almost [[BreakTheCute breaking]] as she is forced to practice and rehearse all alone, as everyone else is too busy to join her.

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* Episode 23 has the ever-cheerful Haruka almost [[BreakTheCute [[BreakTheCutie breaking]] as she is forced to practice and rehearse all alone, as everyone else is too busy to join her.
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