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** The very end of episode 22 is one too, [[spoiler: despite him being a murderous psycho you couldn't but feel sorry for L.A. after getting rejected by Ellis]], the last scene of that episode shows him [[ShowerOfAngst alone and naked at the edge of a natural pool]], making soap bubbles, you can't see his eyes but then a single tear rolls across his cheek, [[WhatMeasureIsANonHuman the narrator comments how is that even artificial beings can have a mind of their own.]]

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** The very end of episode 22 20 is one too, [[spoiler: despite him being a murderous psycho you couldn't but feel sorry for L.A. after getting rejected by Ellis]], the last scene of that episode shows him [[ShowerOfAngst alone and naked at the edge of a natural pool]], making soap bubbles, you can't see his eyes but then a single tear rolls across his cheek, [[WhatMeasureIsANonHuman the narrator comments how is that even artificial beings can have a mind of their own.]]

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** The very end of episode 22 is one too, [[spoiler: despite him being a murderous psycho you couldn't but feel sorry for L.A. after getting rejected by Ellis]], the last scene of that episode shows him [[ShowerOfAngst alone and naked at the edge of a natural pool]], making soap bubbles, you can't see his eyes but then a single tear rolls across his cheek, [[WhatMeasureIsANonHuman the narrator comments how is that even artificial beings can have a mind of their own.]]


* ''{{El Cazador de la Bruja}}'' is quite refreshingly fun for the most part after the studio's heavy previous works ''Anime/{{Noir}}'' and ''{{Madlax}}''. But episode 25 still has a big one:

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* ''{{El ''Anime/{{El Cazador de la Bruja}}'' is quite refreshingly fun for the most part after the studio's heavy previous works ''Anime/{{Noir}}'' and ''{{Madlax}}''.''Anime/{{Madlax}}''. But episode 25 still has a big one:



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* [[spoiler: L.A.'s]] death, surprisingly. [[spoiler: Especially since he'd had essentially no memories of his own, save one: a little girl smiling at him. And he got to see that again once more before he died.]]

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* [[spoiler: L.A.'s]] death, surprisingly. [[spoiler: Especially since he'd had essentially no memories of his own, save one: a little girl smiling at him. And he got to see that again once more before he died.]]]]
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* [[spoiler: L.A.'s]] death, surprisingly. [[spoiler: Especially since he'd had essentially no memories of his own, save one: a little girl smiling at him. And he got to see that again once more before he died.]]


* ''{{El Cazador de la Bruja}}'' is quite refreshingly fun for the most part after the studio's heavy previous works ''{{Noir}}'' and ''{{Madlax}}''. But episode 25 still has a big one:

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* ''{{El Cazador de la Bruja}}'' is quite refreshingly fun for the most part after the studio's heavy previous works ''{{Noir}}'' ''Anime/{{Noir}}'' and ''{{Madlax}}''. But episode 25 still has a big one:


* ''{{El Cazador de la Bruja}}'' is quite refreshingly fun for the most part after the studio's heavy previous works ''{{Noir}}'' and ''{{Madlax}}''. But episode 25 still has a big one: [[spoiler:"If you have any last words, say them now." "I love you so much, Nadie."]]

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* ''{{El Cazador de la Bruja}}'' is quite refreshingly fun for the most part after the studio's heavy previous works ''{{Noir}}'' and ''{{Madlax}}''. But episode 25 still has a big one: [[spoiler:"If one:
--> [[spoiler:'''Nadie''': "If
you have any last words, say them now." "]]
--> [[spoiler:'''Ellis''':
"I love you so much, Nadie."]]

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