I can only watch anime if drunk. Being drunk let's me feel emotions and become more engulfed in the show.
If I am not drunk then I watch everything plain faced, unfeeling and all.
>last anime that got me was clannad after story
pretty generic but what can i say
i need something that can pull my strings again since its been awhile since an anime has
Only time ever. It was like 3 in the morning to be fair though.
Sure. Non Non Biyori holds my record with 4 times. Dem happy tears.
Yeah, but pretty much only if the show ramps up the drama and tries to make you cry, like Clannad AS and Anohana
knew it was coming and what was gonna happen, but I still cried like a little bitch
this fucking song gives me chills every time
Shed a few tears watching One Piece, don't even care.
>don't even care
Yeah you do, faggot.
Yes Angel Beats twice when the performer girl disappeared and then when they had the end graduation. One piece when the crew got separated on saboady.
I've watched tonnes of anime these are the only moments that got me.
Never had any tears get out of my eyes, but I sure felt them trying to escape after pic related.
There's something broken with your emotions if you don't at least find yourself fighting back tears once while watching Non Non Biyori or ARIA. Top-tier iyashikei is adept at healing through catharsis.
that hype for the last episode tho, it was a constant discussion if it was going to be a sad, happy or bittersweet ending
>BUT THEY CAN'T BRING HER MEMORIES BACK, THAT'S WHY THE SAD ENDING IS BEST ENDING
>BUT WHAT IF DEUS EX MACHINA, HAPPY ENDING IS BEST ENDING
>MAYBE SHE DOESN'T GET HER MEMORIES BACK BUT SHE KEEPS HER BODY SO SHE CAN FALL IN LOVE WITH HIM AGAIN
I like how it ended, but michiru is still best girl.
The scream that follows gets me every single time.
Run Melos! also does a great job at making me cry.
Although I would never admit it elsewhere, shonen shit has that quality that gives it a significant emotional impact. Namely length and consistency. Because it's so repetitive and so long, you involuntarily develop an attachment to the characters, making any small event emotionally impactful. But a good anime can do that in a couple of episodes.
Anime did a lot, but there's something different about when a manga does it. It feels much deeper and genuine instead of s simple reaction because of a good combination of soundtrack and sad shit.
I cried tears of joy when I realized Brotherhood wasn't gonna be as shitty as 2k3
Thanks for reminding me, fags. I miss Isla so much.
Maybe because it's a still image. You don't pause or rewind or rewatch, that moment lasts until you go to the next page.
Is it bad that PIng Pong made me cry?
Boku no Pico.
My penis cried
a few times in this one, especially
when yamazaki leaves, misaki tries to kill herselfand "I don't want to log out"
>The Texhnolyze ending
this got me too
also pic related
Is it bad when a prequel/spin-off gets you more misty-eyed than the original?
This shit was sadder than it had any reason to be.
I don't care if you forget all the lyrics, and I don't care if you hug me all the time, and... I promise I won't get mad anymore, just... just please don't graduate...
I get bad nightmares and I sometimes end up in a half-asleep half-awake state where I wander around without purpose
No because all of the emotional baggage of the original is weighing on you the whole time. It causes it be a kind of tragic irony.
Exluding Mio and Rin, yeah, every fucking arc.
Fucking Refrain too man, those last few episodes destroyed my heart. ;_;
Angel Beats is the type of show where I acknowledge that the ending and romance were rushed, yet it still managed to repeatedly kick me in the guts emotionally.
At the end of Mushishi movie I cried. I don't think it was the story necessarily but more so the fact there will never be any more Mushishi anime made or manga published.
I don't really like endings of the "the journey goes on" type. I wish Ginko got a more fitting conclusion.
I wouldn't have minded if he died even.
The Nastume Yuujinchou episode where he meets the lonely fox kid made me very sad
>Clannad ~After Story
>Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso
>Sora no Method
It's how they make you like the characters a lot just to see them say goodbye, break apart or die a few episodes later.
any competent group of 4 talented people should be able to perform any kind of music live, and if yet you want more instruments there is always supprort stage musicians, no need to have more than 4 oficial members. is not a fucking orchestra.
I just watched this show today in one sitting. It was worse than Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso, but it didn't break me as much as Angel Beats! last scene. It's the fucking worse; it had me with watery eyes since the 4th episode. The last episode alone made me feel more than the last half of Shigatsu.
10/10, would shed a tear again
Yeah I'm a baby.
Does anyone else get MORE sensitive with every tear jerker they watch?
Crying is like crying blood anyway, dehydrating you and stuff. Sakurako-san taught me many things.
It's also not a serious band, it's a girl's high school light music club.
I'm a sappy little bitch when it comes to happy endings.
Carnival Phantasm of laughter
Fate/stay night has a lot of them across all three routes
By the way I've finished Shitgatsu, Plastic Memories and Angel beats without crying. I despise forced melodrama.
Like I said it depends on the music those bands can make it work with their specific sound. Bands that use two guitar players make it work with their sound by playing rhythm and lead to get the sound they want which you can't do with only one. Unless you're one of those bands that record rhythm and lead with one guitar player and just play lead live and it ends up sounding like shit.
>not even the saddest moment in the series
I cried a couple times during LOGH.
The ending was just so perfect I almost cried
I actually came close to crying for once, maybe it was because of how they lost Sora, then
almost drowned, and everything ends happily with them being together and loving each other
this scene fucked me up
when Alita realizes Ido
erased his memories, and has forgotten about her [/spolier]
The VN LB made me cry a few times. Refrain is just too brutal.
I never felt so much satisfaction from an ending.
Especially this bit. This bit just destroyed me. I never believed him. I never trusted him. I thought he was lying. And I found out he was the truest of bros, only too late.
"I don't want this."
"I finally got a chance to play with you guys..."
"I want to keep playing forever..."
I want to... get back all the time I've lost..."
"I was so desperate..."
"...to be with you guys..."
"But... now I can't... anymore..."
"I trained so hard, but nothing came of it..."
"Was my life... happy...?
Kyousuke: "No one can answer that."
"Kengo, that's something you decide yourself."
"Kengo, what do you yourself think?"
"...That I wasn't happy..."
"How could I say that..."
"...when I had great friends like you guys!"
"I was so happy!"
"I can't imagine life without having met any of you!"
"That's how happy I've been!"
"Good for you."
//Kengo walks up to me.
//He looks as calm and composed as he's always been.
//He stops in front of me and hands the ball over to me
//I receive it.
//He still holds his hand out toward me.
"Let's shake hands."
"For our friendship."
//I hold out my hand.
//I seize his hand, so big and rough.
"The Little Buster are forever..."
Yeah me and my friends were watching it too. Someone was sobbing and struggling so hard to fight the tears and then we all gave up and all of us started crying freely.
Then someone farted and the cries turned to panicked laughter.
NHK upset me. On the other hand I tend only to gravitate towards sappy stuff when I'm already sappy. I don't get moved to tears easily but being simply moved is common enough. The last thing I tear'd at was a book.
F-fuck you Dune
>No one has mentioned sora no woto
>squid girl when she lost her powers
>sakurasou no pet na hanojo during the graduation speech
>black bullet when the lolis where literally bombed
There's probably more
I didn't cry, but that normal ending got me sad af
>tfw just finished clannad/clannad after story this week.
And here i thought i wasn't gonna cry knowing that
Fullmetal. Shit had me in pieces. Both series by the way, not just Brotherhood.
Those Illya moments in the Fate route always got me.
Cried my eyes out for half an hour and was depressed for 2 days. Also the part in H2 where
Hikaru's mother died.I guess I'm a faggot.
Lots. Lately, it's been a little rare for me to cry, but in some periods of my life I cry easily as a girl whose feelings were denied
It was THAT episode wasn't it. It's understandable.
Only faggots and girly boys cry to anime.
Nope. I didn't cry. It was all that tabasco I had with lunch. I was just. Sick or something ... I was just sweating too much, out in the rain.
iDOLM@STER episode 20
>that moment lasts until you go to the next page.
Is this why I became so bored and jaded with anime? When I read something, even something bad, I always have something about it I love. With anime, I rarely have something about it I don't hate.
His latest one is a doozy.
Masato's scene was better, but yeah, the first time reading Refrain killed me.
There's more overtly depressing shit in the manga but this part got me most of all.
if we are including visual novels.
G senjou no maou.
That shit is designed to make you cry like a little slut.
Strawberry Panic was the first anime that ever made me cry
I can't remember why I cried though since I don't even really remember what it was about
I should probably rewatch it
Angel beats when graduation
Angel beats when Tenshi dissapeared
One piece when Chopper joined
When Luffy beat Lucci it was tears of joy
One piece Binks sake
When the crew got seperated
When Luffy realized he still had his friends
Gurren Laganns last 4 episodes