History TearJerker / TheIdolmaster

1st Sep '17 3:06:32 PM ArgonianLorekeeper
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** Later in the same episode, when she basically cheered herself up and the whole gang calls out to her during the commercial announcing their next live. The announce that they'll "be waiting for her", and she races toward the office... [[SandInMyEyes sniff.]]
* The "Last Concert": if you fail to garner enough fans for your idol, 765 decides to terminate her contract. You then have to give her the bad news and book her farewell concert.
** And as for songs, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6BXL-dKtM0I Tonari ni]], [[HerHeartWillGoOn just... Tonari ni.]]
** 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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** Later in the same episode, when she basically cheered herself up and the whole gang calls out to her during the commercial announcing their next live. The announce that they'll "be waiting for her", and she races toward the office... [[SandInMyEyes sniff.]]
office...
* The "Last Concert": if you fail to garner enough fans for your idol, 765 decides to terminate her contract. You then have to give her the bad news and book her farewell concert.
** And as
concert. [[HerHeartWillGoOn As for songs, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6BXL-dKtM0I Tonari ni]], [[HerHeartWillGoOn just... Tonari ni.]]
ni]].
** 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 MomozakiP]], which may be summed as thus:
***
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 a 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]].
16th Mar '17 11:08:15 PM Tehrannotaur
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[[caption-width-right:350:There's only so much you can handle.]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:There's only so much you can handle.]]
[[caption-width-right:350:[-[[Music/TheBeatles You're gonna carry that weight.]]-]]]
15th Oct '16 4:45:58 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 Episode 20 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 Episode 20 of the anime, [[UpToEleven and then some.]]]]
** Of note is that, as attendees in the comments have pointed out, Asami Imai is among the most experienced singers of the group, so her breakdown was a shock to the other ladies. Both on stage, and in the audience, everyone sang in her stead.
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]].
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