History TearJerker / TriGun

13th Feb '17 2:29:48 AM eroock
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'''''Trigun''''' is a story about one guy trying to preserve and spread his pacifist ideals in a post-apocalyptic wasteland where AnyoneCanDie (except ''maybe'' him). Needless to say, a lot of this series is just plain sad and only gets more so as it goes on.

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'''''Trigun'''''
''Trigun'' is a story about one guy trying to preserve and spread his pacifist ideals in a post-apocalyptic wasteland where AnyoneCanDie (except ''maybe'' him). Needless to say, a lot of this series is just plain sad and only gets more so as it goes on.
19th Jan '17 2:04:45 PM GlitteringFlowers
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*** And then after ''that'' scene, the episode ends with [[spoiler:poor sweet Milly kneeling beside Wolfwood's bed (where she had slept the previous night), wailing in despair]]. It is absolutely ''heartwrenching''.

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*** And then after ''that'' scene, the episode ends with [[spoiler:poor sweet Milly kneeling beside Wolfwood's bed (where she had slept the previous night), wailing in despair]].despair]], while [[spoiler: Meryl watches over her and Vash waits outside the house, looking VERY serious]]. It is absolutely ''heartwrenching''.
17th Jan '17 12:27:02 AM Soufriere
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* [[spoiler:Tessla's]] story. Even before considering the impact it had on the twins, it's heartbreaking to read that report.

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* [[spoiler:Tessla's]] story. Even before considering the impact it had on the twins, it's heartbreaking to read that report.report, wherein some scientist dryly documents [[spoiler:how the SEEDS crew (apparently [[ForScience out of curiosity]]) performed so many experiments on Tessla that her body literally broke down from the stress until she died]]. Then [[spoiler:they dissected her and kept her parts in jars all around the lab]].
17th Jan '17 12:22:31 AM Soufriere
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after Vash [[spoiler:blows a hole in the Fifth Moon with his Angel Arm and goes to live with Lina.]] The scene that struck hard was at the very end, when Vash is saying good-bye, and it shows (in a flashback) him in a dark alleyway, completely broken and scared of what he could do after the incident.
* Although the way it happens is different between the manga and anime (and are discussed respectively in detail below), [[spoiler:Wolfwood]]'s death is a tearjerker no matter what.
17th Jan '17 12:21:41 AM Soufriere
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** The sequence where Vash screams at Knives that he wants to save the spider ''and'' the butterfly, Knives insists Vash is being unrealistic, and Rem sits there horrified, realizing that something has irrevocably changed for the worse.

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** The sequence where Vash screams at Knives that he wants to save the spider ''and'' the butterfly, Knives insists Vash is being unrealistic, and Rem sits there horrified, realizing that something has irrevocably changed for the worse.worse and she can't do anything about it.
17th Jan '17 12:19:17 AM Soufriere
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'''''Trigun''''' is a story about one guy trying to preserve and spread his pacifist ideals in a post-apocalyptic wasteland where AnyoneCanDie (except ''maybe'' him). Needless to say, a lot of this series is just plain sad and only gets more so as it goes on.
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!!Both Versions
* Of course, Rem's death. [[spoiler:Imagine that the woman who's the closest thing you have to a mother just sacrificed herself to save you, your brother, and the entire race? ...Now imagine that the reason she had to do it was ''because'' of your brother. Knives, ''you bastard''.]]
* The reason the citizens of Inepril City decided to go after Vash: A malfunction left most of their Plants inoperable, and everyone felt the resource crunch. It started a death-spiral where they needed money to call in Plant engineers from the city but found it increasingly difficult to find the money. One of the women explained she had a sick child and couldn't afford a doctor unless she did ''something''.
-->'''Vash:''' "Bounty hunters in aprons? Wouldn't want kids to see this."
* "Goodbye, For Now". It's been some time[[labelnote:*]] (a few months in the anime; two years in the manga)[[/labelnote]] since Vash [[spoiler:blew a hole in the Fifth Moon with his Angel Arm]], and he's been taking a TenMinuteRetirement with Lina and Granny Sheryl. After Wolfwood forces him back into the story, he says goodbye… and we flash back to when Lina found Vash lying half-dead in an alley. The two of them clearly cared deeply about each other.


after Vash [[spoiler:blows a hole in the Fifth Moon with his Angel Arm and goes to live with Lina.]] The scene that struck hard was at the very end, when Vash is saying good-bye, and it shows (in a flashback) him in a dark alleyway, completely broken and scared of what he could do after the incident.
* Although the way it happens is different between the manga and anime (and are discussed respectively in detail below), [[spoiler:Wolfwood]]'s death is a tearjerker no matter what.



* much of the ''Trigun Maximum'' manga, especially [[spoiler: Tesla's story and its impact on the twins, the post-apocalyptic world that follows Knives's collecting of most of the plants, the past of characters such as Nicholas D. Wolfwood, Livio, and Legato, and the ending of the manga -especially the powerfully symbolic (but potentially {{Narm}}-inducing) scene in which Vash and Knives fly away ''hugging'' each other]].

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* much of Once the ''Trigun Maximum'' manga, especially [[spoiler: Tesla's story and its manga changes from just ''"Trigun"'' to ''"Trigun Maximum"'' (and not coincidentally from shonen to seinen), the humorous moments gradually disappear until they're gone completely, replaced by more sad.
* [[spoiler:Tessla's]] story. Even before considering the
impact it had on the twins, the post-apocalyptic world it's heartbreaking to read that follows Knives's collecting of most report.
* Several
of the plants, Gung-Ho Guns get backstories here that they didn't in the past of characters such as Nicholas D. Wolfwood, Livio, anime which make them more relatable.
** Leonof. [[spoiler:As a kid, he had been friends with Vash. Some time later, he lost the woman he loved (Isabel)
and Legato, tried to fill the hole in his life by making puppets. He keeps Isabel preserved in a coffin. When her coffin falls out of Sky City, he snaps the marionette wires Vash is holding him up with and falls to his death.]]
** Hopperd. [[spoiler:[[AllOfTheOtherReindeer He was a hideously-deformed hunchback reduced to begging to survive]]. Then he fell in love with a woman from July City. Not long after, she vanished (apparently vaporized) in
the ending Lost July incident.]] Kinda makes his trash talking from the anime make a ''lot'' more sense, doesn't it?
** Pretty much every member
of the manga -especially the powerfully symbolic (but potentially {{Narm}}-inducing) scene in which Vash and Knives fly away ''hugging'' each other]].Eye Of Michael went through a world of hell.



* [[spoiler: Vash crying and praying for God to do him one favor in the manga as he and Wolfwood sit in the ruins of Wolfwood's childhood home and share one last drink before Wolfwood dies. And as the children he just saved fly to safety, they get one last message to him: welcome home.]]

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* [[spoiler: Knives finally getting sick and tired of there not being enough death, so he [[spoiler:absorbs most of the Plants into himself to become an unstoppable supervillain]]. Remember that up to this point, his ''entire reason'' for wanting to genocide the human race was because he was appalled at man's treatment of Plants. {{Hypocrite}}. Sadder still because we've seen via Vash crying that female Plants are (with the exception of Chronica) absolute sweethearts, and praying ''are'' sentient and probably sapient.
* [[spoiler:Wolfwood]]'s death. [[spoiler:Vash cries and prays
for God to do him one favor in the manga as he and Wolfwood sit in the ruins of Wolfwood's childhood home and share one last drink before Wolfwood dies. And as the children he just saved fly to safety, they get one last message to him: welcome home.]]Welcome Home.]]



* [[spoiler: The death of Wolfwood]].
** After that scene, the song that plays, "Rakuen", is difficult to listen to just on the OST.
** After [[spoiler:Wolfwood's death]], Vash is eating donuts in a lively, ordinary town, remarking at how wonderful being alive is and at all the people. [[spoiler:He then suddenly ''breaks down in tears'' as he thinks of all the horrible things that have happened to him, as well as the fact that many of his friends are now dead.]] And then [[FromBadToWorse Legato shows up]].
*** Let's not forget [[spoiler: Wolfwood [[CryCute crying]] and [[HeroicBSOD breaking down]] prior to all of this, and Milly [[CooldownHug hugging and comforting him]]. [[IntimatePsychotherapy And then some more]].]]. Doubles as CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming, as much as the episode allows.
*** Seeing [[spoiler: poor, sweet Milly hunched over her bed sobbing after hearing the news is ''heartwrenching'']].
*** And when it doesn't seem like Vash is actually grieving beyond a stoic silence, and it seems like while all the other deaths he's encountered destroy him emotionally, [[spoiler: Wolfwood's]] doesn't effect him. Then the beginning of the next episode shows him as he used to be, cheerfully buying donuts and happy as could be, and then suddenly he can't take more than one bite before he absolutely breaks down.
** And [[spoiler: Vash and Knives's childhood]].
* Vash being forced to [[spoiler:kill Legato execution-style, in the head, or risk the lives of Milly and Meryl.]] The look on his face [[spoiler:when being forced to, for the first time, willfully and knowingly kill someone]].
** Not to mention his horrible screams in the next episode after he realizes what had happened.
*** And, later in the same episode, the fact that the townspeople [[spoiler: tie him to a freaking truck and drag him across the ground, despite the fact that he was severely wounded and hadn't done anything to hurt anyone in the town, all because of the horrible reputation he doesn't even deserve. The way he just takes the abuse is ''heartbreaking.'']]
* Episode 16. Just seeing Meryl so distraught after [[spoiler: Vash ended up destroying the city of Augusta.]] She cries for a good half of the episode, and it's this point how clear it is she has feelings for him. The slow pans to everyone else Vash has helped in past episodes looking upset at the news is heartbreaking as well.
* The episode "Goodbye, For Now," after Vash [[spoiler:blows a hole in the Fifth Moon with his Angel Arm and goes to live with Lina.]] The scene that struck hard was at the very end, when Vash is saying good-bye, and it shows (in a flashback) him in a dark alleyway, completely broken and scared of what he could do after the incident.
* When [[spoiler: Vash and Knives fight as kids over killing the spider to save the butterfly. Vash's "I wanted to save them both."]] It just... sums up Vash.
* In the movie, when you find out that [[spoiler: not only was Amelia Gasback's daughter, but she was only 19. If Vash hadn't let Gasback escape back then, she would have never been born.]]
* The [[spoiler:Seeds ship crashes when the Gungho Guns attack]] and the people aboard blame Vash. Brad (who'd been a bit of a {{Jerkass}} toward Vash when he first arrived aboard ship) sticks up for Vash and tells everyone it's their own fault because they wouldn't accept reality. Jessica runs up to Vash, [[spoiler: it's a puppet, she shoots at Vash, and Brad puts himself between Vash and the puppet. Brad dies for Vash after he distrusted him.]]
* In the fifth episode, there's an entire ''city'' on the hunt for Vash... because it's the only way for them to get the plant operational again, due to lack of funds otherwise.
* In the sixth episode, after decades of planning her vengeance, Elizabeth gets her chance to shoot Vash for Lost July... but finds that she can't. And it's then that she realizes that [[spoiler:Vash had been the savior who sheltered her when she was orphaned.]]

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* Of course, [[spoiler:Rem's death. Imagine that the woman that's the closest thing you have to a mother just sacrificed herself to save you, your brother, and the entire race? ...Now imagine that the reason she had to do it was ''because'' of your brother. Knives, ''you bastard.'']]


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* [[spoiler: The death of Wolfwood]].
** After that scene,
In Episode 6, "Lost July", the song that plays, "Rakuen", is difficult reason [[spoiler:Elizabeth]] decided to listen to just on the OST.
** After [[spoiler:Wolfwood's death]],
go after Vash. [[spoiler:She was from July City and was there when Vash is eating donuts destroyed it twenty years earlier. No one died in a lively, ordinary town, remarking at how wonderful being alive is and at all the people. [[spoiler:He then suddenly ''breaks down blast itself, but thousands died in tears'' as he thinks of all the horrible things that have happened to him, as well as the fact that many of his friends are now dead.]] aftermath, including her parents.]]
**
And then [[FromBadToWorse Legato shows up]].
*** Let's not forget [[spoiler: Wolfwood [[CryCute crying]] and [[HeroicBSOD breaking down]] prior to all of this, and Milly [[CooldownHug hugging and comforting him]]. [[IntimatePsychotherapy And then some more]].]]. Doubles as CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming, as much as the episode allows.
*** Seeing [[spoiler: poor, sweet Milly hunched over her bed sobbing after hearing the news is ''heartwrenching'']].
*** And
again when it doesn't seem like Vash is actually grieving beyond a stoic silence, and it seems like while all the other deaths he's encountered destroy him emotionally, [[spoiler: Wolfwood's]] doesn't effect him. Then the beginning of the next episode shows him as he used [[spoiler:she]] was unable to be, cheerfully buying donuts and happy as could be, kill Vash, and then suddenly he can't take more than one bite before he absolutely breaks down.
** And [[spoiler: Vash
realized [[spoiler:he was the cloaked saviour who comforted and Knives's childhood]].
* Vash being forced to [[spoiler:kill Legato execution-style, in the head, or risk the lives of Milly and Meryl.]] The look on his face [[spoiler:when being forced to, for the first time, willfully and knowingly kill someone]].
** Not to mention his horrible screams in the next episode
sheltered her after he realizes what had happened.
*** And, later
she became orphaned]].
* A little added scene
in Episode 12 that cements Meryl's character development. The acting in both dubs during this scene is superb and emotional as hell.
-->'''Meryl:''' "Who ''is'' that? That is not Vash; that is not
the same episode, the fact that the townspeople [[spoiler: tie him to a freaking truck and drag him across the ground, despite the fact that he was severely wounded and hadn't done anything to hurt anyone in the town, all because of the horrible reputation he doesn't even deserve. man. …He's walking away. If we don't stop him, he'll never come back."
*
The way he just takes the abuse is ''heartbreaking.'']]
*
entire second half of Episode 16. 16, "Fifth Moon".
** Vash's reaction as Legato forces him to unleash [[spoiler:his Angel Arm]] against his will.
**
Just seeing Meryl so distraught after [[spoiler: Vash ended up destroying left her at the city of Augusta.]] She cries for a good half end of the episode, previous episode. She spends about half the episode crying, and it only gets worse after [[spoiler:Vash destroys Augusta City and blasts a hole in one of the planet's moons]]. By this point, it's this point how now absolutely clear it is how much she has feelings cares for him. him.
*** Right as things start to hit the fan, Meryl sees [[spoiler:the light from Vash's Angel Arm]], knows instinctively it's him, tries to go to him, but Milly grabs her and runs, knowing if they stay they'll die. The entire time, Meryl is struggling and begging Milly to let her go.
**
The slow pans to everyone else Vash has helped in past episodes looking upset at the news is heartbreaking as well.
*** Especially since it can be inferred that [[spoiler:Frank Marlon started drinking again as a result]].
* Episode 17.
** The sequence where Vash screams at Knives that he wants to save the spider ''and'' the butterfly, Knives insists Vash is being unrealistic, and Rem sits there horrified, realizing that something has irrevocably changed for the worse.
** The scene at the very end where the SEEDS mothership has disintegrated in Gunsmoke's atmosphere with Rem onboard, and Vash (along with the viewer) watch as the pieces shimmer in the sunlight, while in the background we hear Rem humming her favourite song. It's hard not to tear up even writing about it.
* Episode 21.
** The HopeSpot near the end as Vash manages to stabilize a Plant, whom he calls "little sister"… and then Hopperd does a [[TakingYouWithMe suicide dive]], smashing her casing and killing her. Worse yet, Gray had done the exact same thing less than five minutes earlier.
** After the SEEDS Ship finally crashes on the planet (courtesy of Gray and Hopperd), all the people blame Vash, who did everything he could to save them. Brad, who up to this point had been kind of a {{Jerkass}}, defends him and rips his fellow Ship-dwellers a new one for refusing to accept reality. Cue Jessica coming up to greet them. [[spoiler:She's one of Leonof's puppets, who pulls a gun intending to kill Vash but ends up shooting Brad ten times in the back. As Brad dies, he thinks about how much he'd grown while Vash had not changed a bit. He dies as the real Jessica watches.]]
*** The beginning of the next episode, at [[spoiler:Brad]]'s funeral, Jessica has this reaction to Vash.
--->"It's not your fault. It's not, but… I'm sorry!" ''[-(runs away crying)-]''
* Episode 23, "Paradise", has two big ones.
** Wolfwood, wracked with guilt over [[spoiler:murdering Zazie]], recalls Milly's disappointed face and thinks "Please don't look at me like that."
*** A few minutes later, after Milly shows up in his room, he breaks down in tears over the ordeal. Milly comforts him, but couldn't say whether he or Vash was in the right.
** Once the shooting starts, Meryl runs to warn Wolfwood, only to find Milly there, crouched in a fetal position, who says…
--->"Sempai, he told me to wait here. He told me to wait until he comes back." [[note]]Milly's not stupid; her tone makes it clear she knows he's not coming back.[[/note]]
** Most famously, of course, is ''That'' Scene (i.e. [[spoiler:Wolfwood's death]]). [[spoiler:As Wolfwood kneels in the church, dying from his wounds, he thinks about how happy he was travelling with the others and hopes to be reborn in a verdant Eden with Vash, Meryl, and (especially) Milly… then realizes his lifestyle really was the wrong choice and he doesn't want to die. His final words, depending on language, are either "I don't want to die!" (English) or "I can't stand it." (Japanese).]]
*** ''That'' scene is made all the more heartbreaking thanks to the song "Paradise" playing in the background.
*** And then after ''that'' scene, the episode ends with [[spoiler:poor sweet Milly kneeling beside Wolfwood's bed (where she had slept the previous night), wailing in despair]]. It is absolutely ''heartwrenching''.
* Episode 24, in its entirety.
**
The episode "Goodbye, For Now," after ''starts'' with Vash [[spoiler:blows alone in a hole different town buying $$30 worth of doughnuts, trying to keep up his happy façade despite the events of the previous few episodes… and he just can't take it anymore. He breaks down crying in the Fifth Moon with his Angel Arm and goes to live with Lina.]] The scene that struck hard was at middle of the very plaza.
** Meryl flashes back to a couple nights earlier. She tells Vash she needs to understand what's going on. And ''he tells her '''everything'''''. As he talks, we see Meryl's expression morph from shock to despair. It sends her into a mini-[[HeroicBSOD BSOD]].
** Milly sets her own sadness aside to push Meryl into following Vash again, insisting through her own tears, [[BlatantLies "I'm absolutely totally perfectly fine now!"]].
*** When Meryl presses Milly, she says "I'm sure… it's what ''he'' would have done."
*** "Be sure you pack everything, because we won't be coming back."
** At the
end, when Vash is saying good-bye, forced to [[spoiler:shoot Legato execution-style to keep Meryl and it shows (in a flashback) him in a dark alleyway, completely broken and scared of what he could do after the incident.
* When [[spoiler: Vash and Knives fight as kids over killing the spider
Milly from being beaten to save the butterfly. death]]. The look on Vash's "I wanted face as he[[spoiler:, for the first time, knowingly and willfully kills a man]], is painful to save them both."]] It just... sums see.
*** Even sadder is watching [[spoiler:the vision of Rem in Vash's mind fade away as he pulls the trigger]].
* Episode 25 has a few as well.
** The very beginning of the episode, Vash finally regains consciousness after 10 days in an AngstComa and quickly remembers what he'd done. He lets out a primal scream as Meryl stands right outside the door, sobbing because she can't do anything to help him.
** Later in the episode, the townsfolk - who had been friendly
up Vash.
to that point - find out Vash's true identity, drag him out of his safe-house, and ''keelhaul'' him.[[labelnote:†]] For those who don't know, keelhauling is when you tie someone up with a long rope, attach one end of that rope to some sort of vehicle (usually a truck), and drive, dragging the victim along the ground/road. It's a nasty way to die.[[/labelnote]] Keep in mind that he was still recovering from being shot and hadn't done anything to hurt anyone in the village. All because of his [[HeroWithBadPublicity reputation]]. The way he just takes it is ''heartbreaking''.

* In the movie, when you find out that [[spoiler: not [[spoiler:not only was Amelia Gasback's daughter, but she was only 19. If Vash hadn't let Gasback escape back then, she would have never been born.]]
* The [[spoiler:Seeds ship crashes when the Gungho Guns attack]] and the people aboard blame Vash. Brad (who'd been a bit of a {{Jerkass}} toward Vash when he first arrived aboard ship) sticks up for Vash and tells everyone it's their own fault because they wouldn't accept reality. Jessica runs up to Vash, [[spoiler: it's a puppet, she shoots at Vash, and Brad puts himself between Vash and the puppet. Brad dies for Vash after he distrusted him.]]
* In the fifth episode, there's an entire ''city'' on the hunt for Vash... because it's the only way for them to get the plant operational again, due to lack of funds otherwise.
* In the sixth episode, after decades of planning her vengeance, Elizabeth gets her chance to shoot Vash for Lost July... but finds that she can't. And it's then that she realizes that [[spoiler:Vash had been the savior who sheltered her when she was orphaned.]]

!!Both
* Of course, [[spoiler:Rem's death. Imagine that the woman that's the closest thing you have to a mother just sacrificed herself to save you, your brother, and the entire race? ...Now imagine that the reason she had to do it was ''because'' of your brother. Knives, ''you bastard.'']]

29th Aug '16 10:35:51 AM FelinaofL2
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*** Let's not forget [[spoiler: Wolfwood [[CryCute crying]] and [[HeroicBSOD breaking down]] prior to all of this, and Milly [[CooldownHug hugging and comforting him]]. [[IntimatePsychotherapy And then some more]].]]. Doubles as CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming, as much as the episode allow

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*** Let's not forget [[spoiler: Wolfwood [[CryCute crying]] and [[HeroicBSOD breaking down]] prior to all of this, and Milly [[CooldownHug hugging and comforting him]]. [[IntimatePsychotherapy And then some more]].]]. Doubles as CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming, as much as the episode allowallows.
*** Seeing [[spoiler: poor, sweet Milly hunched over her bed sobbing after hearing the news is ''heartwrenching'']].



* Vash being forced to [[spoiler:kill Legato execution-style, in the head, or risk the lives of Milly and Meryl.]] The look on his face [[spoiler:when being forced to, for the first time, wilfully and knowingly kill someone]].

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* Vash being forced to [[spoiler:kill Legato execution-style, in the head, or risk the lives of Milly and Meryl.]] The look on his face [[spoiler:when being forced to, for the first time, wilfully willfully and knowingly kill someone]].
10th Aug '15 5:02:28 AM Beryllium
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!!Manga
* much of the ''Trigun Maximum'' manga, especially [[spoiler: Tesla's story and its impact on the twins, the post-apocalyptic world that follows Knives's collecting of most of the plants, the past of characters such as Nicholas D. Wolfwood, Livio, and Legato, and the ending of the manga -especially the powerfully symbolic (but potentially {{Narm}}-inducing) scene in which Vash and Knives fly away ''hugging'' each other]].
* The manga chapter where Vash resists getting stoned by villagers by using his power and terrifies Meryl due to her memories of his fight with Hopperd, to the point where she recoils in fear when he reaches out to her.
* [[spoiler: Vash crying and praying for God to do him one favor in the manga as he and Wolfwood sit in the ruins of Wolfwood's childhood home and share one last drink before Wolfwood dies. And as the children he just saved fly to safety, they get one last message to him: welcome home.]]
!!Anime



**** [[spoiler: Vash crying and praying for God to do him one favor in the manga as he and Wolfwood sit in the ruins of Wolfwood's childhood home and share one last drink before Wolfwood dies. And as the children he just saved fly to safety, they get one last message to him: welcome home.]]



** And much of the ''Trigun Maximum'' manga, especially [[spoiler: Tesla's story and its impact on the twins, the post-apocalyptic world that follows Knives's collecting of most of the plants, the past of characters such as Nicholas D. Wolfwood, Livio, and Legato, and the ending of the manga -especially the powerfully symbolic (but potentially {{Narm}}-inducing) scene in which Vash and Knives fly away ''hugging'' each other]].




!!Both



* The manga chapter where Vash resists getting stoned by villagers by using his power and terrifies Meryl due to her memories of his fight with Hopperd, to the point where she recoils in fear when he reaches out to her.

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* The manga chapter where Vash resists getting stoned by villagers by using his power and terrifies Meryl due to her memories of his fight with Hopperd, to the point where she recoils in fear when he reaches out to her.

19th Sep '14 9:22:15 AM IMBoring
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** Not to mention [[spoiler: the death of Rem.]]



* In the fourth episode, there's an entire ''city'' on the hunt for Vash... because it's the only way for them to get the plant operational again, due to lack of funds otherwise.
* In the fifth episode, after decades of planning her vengeance, Elizabeth gets her chance to shoot Vash for Lost July... but finds that she can't. And it's then that she realizes that [[spoiler:Vash had been the savior who sheltered her when she was orphaned.]]

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* In the fourth fifth episode, there's an entire ''city'' on the hunt for Vash... because it's the only way for them to get the plant operational again, due to lack of funds otherwise.
* In the fifth sixth episode, after decades of planning her vengeance, Elizabeth gets her chance to shoot Vash for Lost July... but finds that she can't. And it's then that she realizes that [[spoiler:Vash had been the savior who sheltered her when she was orphaned.]]
18th Jul '14 4:08:02 PM Cassiope99
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* The manga chapter where Vash resists getting stoned by villagers by using his power and terrifies Meryl due to her memories of his fight with Hopperd, to the point where she recoils in fear when he reaches out to her.
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