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Yeah, what ever. Say what you want about how crappy you think the overall saga itself was, but this kill was the crowning jewel of Dragon Ball Z. There's just so much to say about it.
>The reaction of the villains in hell.
>All of the heros on Earth cheering it on.
>The inventive use of the dragon balls.
>That amazing Bruce Faulconer music.
I cannot watch this and not feel.
Actually, yeah, I was implying that.
I like the japanese them for the part, but it just doesn't fit as well. This moment is huge, from the moment Goku gets his energy back from the wish. The Genkidama theme gets there near the end, and doe fit a lot better for the "remembering Buu" part, but it's just not huge enough throughout.
It's not a matter of fitting or not. It's a matter of purpose. The original purpose was to give NOSTALGIA to the watcher. Original version did, the shitty americunt version doesn't.
Was I really supposed to feel sympathy for her?
That wasn't satisfying at all.
This kinda was, though not in the way OP is talking about. It was sad but it was bittersweet and romantic.
This is easily the most satisfying death in HxH
This wasn't satisfying to me because in my mind Pouf was the best ant, because he was the only one that you could truly hate. He had 0 redeeming qualities apart from playing the violin, which barely counts.
>being satisfied by Pitou's death even when it meant that Gon would pay the price for reaching this power
>not feeling satisfied by Pouf's death even though it was a slow and painful one and after he saw the king remember Komugi
Literally worst fucking pleb
The fact that any of you pitied or felt sorry for Envy makes me sick. He shot a child in the face and single-handedly began a war that killed countless people, including the near extermination of the Ishvalan people. Not to mention pick related.
And any chance he got to laugh or gloat about it, he did it with almost ecstasy.
That and this I grinned for a week
no one is trying to be edgy here, he did all those things for his love.
When you look at something like this, it makes you realize Mustang was basically a monster.
Like, why would you ever need this kind of destructive power against humans?
>Like, why would you ever need this kind of destructive power against humans?
Why wouldnt you need it? Its thanks to the fire alchemy that he is known for the things he did in ishval
It's overkill. It's overkill to a ridiculous extent. They call state alchemists human weapons, but fire alchemy makes him a human weapon of mass destruction. Imagine if somebody like Kimblee had it. They wouldn't have needed an army to wipe out Ishval.
i know right, why would anyone wanna use violence against envy?
Well he is the embodiment of the motion envy which is a pretty dickish emotion. So if he was just a normal guy then he would be pathetic but since he was not even a normal human just.. Envy there is some place to feel sorry the guy.
All Kimblee does is transmute what he touches with his hands into bombs, it's not even close to what Mustang does. Considering that we basically only ever saw him in action with a philosopher stone.
If Kimblee wanted to blow a guy up he has to touch him or hope one of his random blasts kills him. Like how he tried to kill Ed is Baschool, he just blew up the building they were in and hoped for the best, cause his power lacks delicacy.
Mustang though? Not only can he kill you from dozens of meters away, he doesn't even need to have line of sight. He can send his explosions around corners, over walls, through windows. He can do something as surgical and burn your eyes out of your sockets or he can blow a whole building to kingdom come. And all that without using a philosopher stone.
Fire alchemy is easily the deadliest alchemy there is, give it to somebody without a conscience and it'd be a nightmare.
The pity arises from the fact that Envy is a non-human that disparages humanity at every chance, yet he envies everything that makes humans human. The pity isn't for him losing his life, but rather the revelations of his character during his death.
His death made me feel a whole host of confusing emotions. I felt intense sadness and pity for his base existence, but I also felt vindictive and extremely satisfied when the evil motherfucker ended up killing himself out of shame for being pitied.
Wrath was ridiculously fucking strong for being practically human in every regard. Maybe father should have given Pride some fucking training so he wouldn't job, despite being practically stronger than him.
You could argue he was precisely that strong and careful, because he was as vulnerable as an average human. Having regeneration might have made him as lazy as Greed.
Envy is actually the most homunculus like of the all the homunculi. He genuinely seemed like what a fake sentient human would be. The others were far too monstrous and uncaring in their attitudes, aside from father in his original homunculus form.
Don't have a pic or even a video link, but when Jade killed Dist in the TotA anime (I hadn't played the game before I watched it), it felt...final. Forgive me for lack of a better word, but it was a clear end for a pain in the ass, lovable though he was.
Not a kill per se, but having your personality and memories rewritten is like the death of a person, right?
Don't forget he also admits being past his prime because he's old now.
Too bad she got better.
Who gives a shit? Do you even understand how fucking rad it would be to have pyrokinesis? I would take up smoking just to light cigarettes with the tip of my finger as a party trick.
he can be what ever you want him to be
This motherfucker. The satisfaction of seeing him die was matched only by the satisfaction of how he died.