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When I watched (?), I cried...
« Reply #60 on: August 17, 2006, 10:28:25 AM »

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 In pokemon when Ash lets butterfree go so he can go have other butterfree's ^-^';'; Their goodbye was sooo sad! T.T

I totally agree. I watched Pokemon...oh, I'd say 7 years ago now I probably watched Bye Bye Butterfree for the first time. I bawled like a baby.

Also in that episode where Ash has to try and let Pikachu go...I cried again.

And in the Pokemon movie where Ash "dies". Yeah, I sobbed in the movie theater and people didn't want to sit by me.

Non Pokemon....
Grave of the Fireflies
The third or fourth time I watched Zabuza and Haku die in Naruto...I cried.
The end of Prince of Tennis (wtf? I know).
And Death Note left me crying and depressed for days. DAYS.

((I cry easily over anime))
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« Reply #61 on: August 21, 2006, 12:59:15 PM »

I'm pretty darn new to anime, so I'd say Great Teacher Onizuka Live Action (I know,I know,it's not anime, but it still was HELLA touching)

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« Reply #62 on: October 07, 2006, 01:27:04 PM »

Thread necro time!

'Kay, so I just remembered this--and it's not anime, but I can't think of any anime series that made me cry, so whatever. If anybody read the manga series X-Day (well, I dunno if you can call it a series with a total of two volumes, but again, whatever)--in the second volume after the story ends, there's this unrelated short story called, I think, "The Last Supper," and when I first read that, I totally had the sniffles by the end of it. I'd make a Lambda costume someday if I were taller (despite the fact that barely anybody would recognize it).
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