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** Wodime has a bunch of these revolving around him, showcasing his HiddenDepths:
*** He goes through a simulated adventure through the singularities with the Crypters, and though they may not remember any of what happened, he still comes to cherish them. The proof? His password is “KKOAPBD” [[note]] The initials of the team members [[/note]]
*** He respects the protagonist throughout their encounters and acts as a GracefulLoser after their final confrontation, trusting Chaldea with humanity’s future enough to [[HeroicSacrifice protect them from Rhongomyniad and the Alien God’s descent]].
*** What made Kirschtaria believe in humanity enough to devote his life to improving them? The fact that a nameless, homeless boy [[GoodSamaritan sacrificed himself to save his life]] because it was the right thing to do.


* The final moments of [[TheDragon Agravain.]] After [[OffscreenMomentOfAwesome giving one hell of a fight to Lancelot offscreen]], but before the heroes make it to the Lion King, he returns to his king... in spite of his ''clearly'' mortal injuries. Whatever Agravain’s motives were, he still served his king faithfully until the very end. The Lion King, [[PetTheDog acknowledging this]], [[DiedInYourArmsTonight holds him as he passes]], soothing his pain while he weakly protests that he still has so much work to do. Artoria is still in there somewhere...

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* ** The final moments of [[TheDragon Agravain.]] After [[OffscreenMomentOfAwesome giving one hell of a fight to Lancelot offscreen]], but before the heroes make it to the Lion King, he returns to his king... in spite of his ''clearly'' mortal injuries. Whatever Agravain’s motives were, he still served his king faithfully until the very end. The Lion King, [[PetTheDog acknowledging this]], [[DiedInYourArmsTonight holds him as he passes]], soothing his pain while he weakly protests that he still has so much work to do. Artoria is still in there somewhere...somewhere...
** Earlier, King Hassan demanded Cursed Arm Hassan's life as compensation for seeking his aid. But when the time came for King Hassan to collect, he instead kills the demon attached to the Cursed Arm. When asked why, King Hassan merely says that the demon is the true Cursed Arm, and by killing it, he freed the man attached to it. This not only spares Cursed Arm Hassan -- or rather, Hanam -- but it frees him of his responsibilities as Old Man of the Mountain, leaving him to live his life how he wishes. Before leaving, King Hassan congratulates him for being the first and only Hassan to relinquish his title and live. Not only does Hanam get his happy ending, but it turns out King Hassan isn't heartless after all.


** Part of the reason WHY we won against the Nue in this event is due to the small kindness Goredolf shown to to the snake art of the nue.

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** Part of the reason WHY we won against the Nue in this event is due to the small kindness Goredolf shown to to the snake art part of the nue.



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** Part of the reason WHY we won against the Nue in this event is due to the small kindness Goredolf shown to to the snake art of the nue.

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* Sparrow's Inn Daily Report: Records of the Enma-Tei's Prosperity
** Part way through the event, Beni-Enma tells the player a story about her past and how much she wants to see the old man who forms the basis for the Tongue-Cut Sparrow again. At the end of the event, with the Enma-Tei restored to its original splendour, he finally arrives.

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** With their Lostbelt coming to an end, Qin Shin Huang decides to spend whatever remaining time they have left with their people. When the boy asks why would the Emperor be walking around like the rest of them, they respond that they are human, just like all of them.


** [[LightNovel/KaraNoKyoukai Shiki's]] (the Assassin version) is her red jacket, filled with the memories of her interaction with Mikiya in their youth. Considering that her form in this game seems to be a dream of sorts that formed due to Solomon's efforts of destruction, this could also count as a TearJerker.

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** [[LightNovel/KaraNoKyoukai [[LightNovel/TheGardenOfSinners Shiki's]] (the Assassin version) is her red jacket, filled with the memories of her interaction with Mikiya in their youth. Considering that her form in this game seems to be a dream of sorts that formed due to Solomon's efforts of destruction, this could also count as a TearJerker.


** After capturing Koyanskaya and demanding the antidote to both the poisoned Goredolf and the protagonist, Chaldea is dismayed to find out that Koyanskaya only had one bottle of the antidote. Since it requires a full dose of the antidote to work, that means that only of them will be cured. Goredolf then challenges the protagonist to a game of RockPaperScissors with the winner getting the antidote as a sort-of battle of wills between two men. Goredolf seemingly gives the protagonist the advantage by saying he is going to use rock ahead of time (although in reality, he was planning to trick the protagonist into playing paper and use scisscors). Regardless of which option the player does, though, the protagonist ends up giving the antidote to Goredolf as thanks for Goredolf accidentally saving the protagonist's life by consuming half of the poison first. This action visibly embarrasses Goredolf, who wonders about how someone so young could be so "decent."
*** What makes it even more poignant is if you choose the option "Scissors." If you do so, Da Vinci will ask if you were trying to lose the game on purpose, leaving Goredolf [[StunnedSilence visibly stunned,]] as though he never expected the protagonist or anyone for that matter would do something so nice to him.

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** After capturing Koyanskaya and demanding the antidote to both the poisoned Goredolf and the protagonist, Chaldea is dismayed to find out that Koyanskaya only had one bottle of the antidote. Since it requires a full dose of the antidote to work, that means that only of them will be cured. Goredolf then challenges the protagonist to a game of RockPaperScissors with the winner getting the antidote as a sort-of battle of wills between two men. Goredolf seemingly gives the protagonist the advantage by saying he is going to use rock ahead of time (although ([[BatmanGambit although in reality, he was planning to trick the protagonist into playing paper and use scisscors). scissors).]] Regardless of which option the player does, though, the protagonist ends up giving the antidote to Goredolf as thanks for Goredolf accidentally saving the protagonist's life by consuming half of the poison first. This action visibly embarrasses Goredolf, who wonders about how someone so young could be so "decent."
*** What makes it even more poignant is if you choose the option "Scissors." If you do so, Da Vinci will ask if you were trying to lose the game on purpose, leaving Goredolf [[StunnedSilence visibly stunned,]] as though he never expected the protagonist or possibly anyone for that matter would do something so nice to him.

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** After capturing Koyanskaya and demanding the antidote to both the poisoned Goredolf and the protagonist, Chaldea is dismayed to find out that Koyanskaya only had one bottle of the antidote. Since it requires a full dose of the antidote to work, that means that only of them will be cured. Goredolf then challenges the protagonist to a game of RockPaperScissors with the winner getting the antidote as a sort-of battle of wills between two men. Goredolf seemingly gives the protagonist the advantage by saying he is going to use rock ahead of time (although in reality, he was planning to trick the protagonist into playing paper and use scisscors). Regardless of which option the player does, though, the protagonist ends up giving the antidote to Goredolf as thanks for Goredolf accidentally saving the protagonist's life by consuming half of the poison first. This action visibly embarrasses Goredolf, who wonders about how someone so young could be so "decent."
*** What makes it even more poignant is if you choose the option "Scissors." If you do so, Da Vinci will ask if you were trying to lose the game on purpose, leaving Goredolf [[StunnedSilence visibly stunned,]] as though he never expected the protagonist or anyone for that matter would do something so nice to him.


** Upon discovering that the Lostbelt imposes an age and population limit on the villages, and that all children more of less live [[MinorLivingAlone alone]] and [[FreeRangeChildren without supervision]], the entire team is appalled and try and explain to Gerda the concept of things like a family, grandchildren, and civilisation. Goredolf himself goes into a surprisingly deep and insightful monologue about what it means to grow older together with an extended family, close friends, or even just people you value and appreciate and how happy it can make you. He tries assure that "[[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial as a Magus I don't care about that myself]]" but it's clear that he's not only bluffing, but genuinely upset that Gerda has been denied all of these things.

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** Upon discovering that the Lostbelt imposes an age and population limit on the villages, and that all children more of less live [[MinorLivingAlone alone]] and [[FreeRangeChildren without supervision]], the entire team is appalled and try and explain to Gerda the concept of things like a family, grandchildren, and civilisation. civilization. Goredolf himself goes into a surprisingly deep and insightful monologue about what it means to grow older together with an generations of children, extended family, close friends, or even just people close friends you value and appreciate and how happy it can make you. He tries assure that "[[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial as a Magus I don't care about that myself]]" but it's clear that he's not only bluffing, but genuinely upset that Gerda has been denied all of these things.


** Upon discovering that the Lostbelt imposes an age and population limit on the villages, and that all children more of less live [[inorLivingAlone alone]] and [[FreeRangeChildren without supervision]], the entire team is appalled and try and explain to Gerda the concept of things like a family, grandchildren, and civilisation. Goredolf himself goes into a surprisingly deep and insightful monologue about what it means to grow older together with an extended family, close friends, or even just people you value and appreciate and how happy it can make you. He tries assure that "[[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial as a Magus I don't care about that myself]]" but it's clear that he's not only bluffing, but genuinely upset that Gerda has been denied all of these things.

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** Upon discovering that the Lostbelt imposes an age and population limit on the villages, and that all children more of less live [[inorLivingAlone [[MinorLivingAlone alone]] and [[FreeRangeChildren without supervision]], the entire team is appalled and try and explain to Gerda the concept of things like a family, grandchildren, and civilisation. Goredolf himself goes into a surprisingly deep and insightful monologue about what it means to grow older together with an extended family, close friends, or even just people you value and appreciate and how happy it can make you. He tries assure that "[[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial as a Magus I don't care about that myself]]" but it's clear that he's not only bluffing, but genuinely upset that Gerda has been denied all of these things.

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** Upon discovering that the Lostbelt imposes an age and population limit on the villages, and that all children more of less live [[inorLivingAlone alone]] and [[FreeRangeChildren without supervision]], the entire team is appalled and try and explain to Gerda the concept of things like a family, grandchildren, and civilisation. Goredolf himself goes into a surprisingly deep and insightful monologue about what it means to grow older together with an extended family, close friends, or even just people you value and appreciate and how happy it can make you. He tries assure that "[[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial as a Magus I don't care about that myself]]" but it's clear that he's not only bluffing, but genuinely upset that Gerda has been denied all of these things.
*** What's the first thing Goredolf tells the party later after reestablishing communication with, post meeting Brynhild? There are giants heading to Gerda's village, and the party ''needs to go protect them right away''. He's upfront that the village can provide no resources for them, but [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold it's important to their allies.]]

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* Oniland
** On the ferris wheel, Sitonai comforts Ibaraki who is surprisingly afraid of heights, this leads to Ibaraki to asking her what she wants, and her response is she'd like to see Beserker again. Later during the finale when all the servants gathered to fight the Golden Dragon, Heracles appears, despite not being summoned into Oniland like the other servants. Upon seeing Heracles, Sitonai is confident that they will win. Why? Because [[CallBack Beserker is the strongest.]]


** Santa Alter visiting Gilgamesh is set up as this big confrontation of wills, with him being his usual self. She chooses to not even show up.


** In the event itself, Iskander saves Sakura and tells Kariya that she is his slave. Kariya offers to buy her, and Iskander tells him that the cost is his hand with the command seals. Kariya willingly lets Iskander chop it off, which kills Zouken's worms and saves Sakura from Zouken. Not only that, but considering the above...Kariya did it. [[EarnYoruHappyEnding He saved her.]]

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** In the event itself, Iskander saves Sakura and tells Kariya that she is his slave. Kariya offers to buy her, and Iskander tells him that the cost is his hand with the command seals. Kariya willingly lets Iskander chop it off, which kills Zouken's worms and saves Sakura from Zouken. Not only that, but considering the above...Kariya did it. [[EarnYoruHappyEnding [[EarnYourHappyEnding He saved her.]]

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