What scene made you "cry" the most

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Re: What scene made you "cry" the most

Post by froggy2x4 » Sun Jan 27, 2013 5:32 am

honestly i didn't cry i just feel like crap and all twisted in the gut with emi mostly. towards the end of the roof when hes talking to her about fear and helping her and the walls being fronted ... it just struck me hard, then the ending at the grave.. when emi just was talking and trying to get to the point... I wanted to cry like a baby just because I know just how easy it is to lose someone you care and love for... I lost my mom to cancer 5 year ago me being 20 now... so it just struck me incredibly hard.

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Re: What scene made you "cry" the most

Post by pandaphil » Sun Jan 27, 2013 6:28 am

froggy2x4 wrote:honestly i didn't cry i just feel like crap and all twisted in the gut with emi mostly. towards the end of the roof when hes talking to her about fear and helping her and the walls being fronted ... it just struck me hard, then the ending at the grave.. when emi just was talking and trying to get to the point... I wanted to cry like a baby just because I know just how easy it is to lose someone you care and love for... I lost my mom to cancer 5 year ago me being 20 now... so it just struck me incredibly hard.
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Re: What scene made you "cry" the most

Post by Joeshmoelb » Sun Jan 27, 2013 12:17 pm

Hands down the scene that made me cry the most, was the Rin Neutral Ending. Most of the negative endings actually left me mad or annoyed with them (Shizune's bad ending), or genuinely upset(Hanako's bad ending), but the Rin Neutral ending really hit a soft spot. It was the biggest 'cry' scene for me because of how undeniably true it is, truly it is impossible for any person to completely understand another, which we try so desperately do disprove, but seeing Rin definitively give up on even the possibility of understanding another person just broke my heart, I cried myself to sleep that night.

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Re: What scene made you "cry" the most

Post by PharaohSauron » Mon Jan 28, 2013 3:24 am

I didn't truly "cry" during any of the routes, but here is my range of emotions during my first playthough when it was released:

Irritation with Shizune's father
Uncontrolable giggles with Drunk Hanako, along with what I wrote down as "Speakeasy scene"
Blanching/color draining from face when reading about Rin's potentially killing herself in her downward sprial, then bleary-eyed during the end of her route
Big grin for Lilly and her healthy, adolescent sex drive, then bleary-eyed during her end
SPIT-TAKE AVERTED during Emi's mention of anal, tears finally shed during her route's end.

So, long story short: Emi made me cry.
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Re: What scene made you "cry" the most

Post by Xanatos » Mon Jan 28, 2013 3:54 am

PharaohSauron wrote:Uncontrolable giggles with Drunk Hanako
I just kept going "Awwww" in a really saccharine tone that would make Dr. Cox burn all my man cards. :lol: And I have no regrets.
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Re: What scene made you "cry" the most

Post by pandaphil » Mon Jan 28, 2013 4:20 am

Xanatos wrote:
PharaohSauron wrote:Uncontrolable giggles with Drunk Hanako
I just kept going "Awwww" in a really saccharine tone that would make Dr. Cox burn all my man cards. :lol: And I have no regrets.

Gets me every time. :D

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Re: What scene made you "cry" the most

Post by Banryu » Mon Jan 28, 2013 4:34 am

Yeah, Hanako's happy end was too touching for me not to. I really don't cry much, but I'm not afraid to admit it. ~___~ I cried right alongside Hanako and Hisao.
Probably doesn't help me much that Hanako's so goddamn adorable.
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Re: What scene made you "cry" the most

Post by pandaphil » Mon Jan 28, 2013 5:33 am

Xanatos wrote:
PharaohSauron wrote:Uncontrolable giggles with Drunk Hanako
I just kept going "Awwww" in a really saccharine tone that would make Dr. Cox burn all my man cards. :lol: And I have no regrets.
I don't know. The more I learn about it, I wonder if the reason she was getting drunk was to deal with the pain of everyone fussing over her for her birthday.

Banryu wrote:Yeah, Hanako's happy end was too touching for me not to. I really don't cry much, but I'm not afraid to admit it. ~___~ I cried right alongside Hanako and Hisao.
Probably doesn't help me much that Hanako's so goddamn adorable.

Amen to that. <3
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Re: What scene made you "cry" the most

Post by Xanatos » Mon Jan 28, 2013 9:49 pm

pandaphil wrote:I don't know. The more I learn about it, I wonder if the reason she was getting drunk was to deal with the pain of everyone fussing over her for her birthday.
I highly doubt that, mostly because it's little more than speculation. :lol: I'm no stranger to substance-related escapism though. I once got high enough to see rainbows out of my fingertips (while singing the double rainbow song - google it) and become really paranoid that my tea had been poisoned...Also I claimed to be Muhammad Ali and punched a puppy. Incidentally, that was my first and (so far) last time getting high. :lol:
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Re: What scene made you "cry" the most

Post by skyzefawlun » Tue Jan 29, 2013 1:29 am

pandaphil wrote:
Xanatos wrote:
PharaohSauron wrote:Uncontrolable giggles with Drunk Hanako
I just kept going "Awwww" in a really saccharine tone that would make Dr. Cox burn all my man cards. :lol: And I have no regrets.

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Re: What scene made you "cry" the most

Post by inquisitivenegro » Tue Jan 29, 2013 3:28 am

Was too manly to cry.
Ate some steak afterwards.
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Re: What scene made you "cry" the most

Post by Banryu » Tue Jan 29, 2013 3:31 am

inquisitivenegro wrote:Was too manly to cry.
Ate some steak afterwards.
Your definition of manliness seems to be confused.

It's fine if you didn't cry and all, more power to you and all that, but it'd be more brag-worthy if the statement was,
'Was too manly NOT to cry. Ate some steak afterwards'

Real men can cry at the right times.
Granted, you could argue that a man can understand the difference between reality and fiction, and thus would not cry at the latter, which would be equally justifiable.
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Re: What scene made you "cry" the most

Post by pandaphil » Tue Jan 29, 2013 4:58 am

Banryu wrote:
inquisitivenegro wrote:Was too manly to cry.
Ate some steak afterwards.
Your definition of manliness seems to be confused.

It's fine if you didn't cry and all, more power to you and all that, but it'd be more brag-worthy if the statement was,
'Was too manly NOT to cry. Ate some steak afterwards'

Real men can cry at the right times.
Granted, you could argue that a man can understand the difference between reality and fiction, and thus would not cry at the latter, which would be equally justifiable.

^^ This.

Plus ladies love a man who's not afraid to cry. :wink:
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Re: What scene made you "cry" the most

Post by inquisitivenegro » Tue Jan 29, 2013 5:27 am

Banryu wrote:
inquisitivenegro wrote:Was too manly to cry.
Ate some steak afterwards.
Real men can cry at the right times.
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Re: What scene made you "cry" the most

Post by Fiandra » Tue Jan 29, 2013 6:02 am

inquisitivenegro wrote:
Banryu wrote:
inquisitivenegro wrote:Was too manly to cry.
Ate some steak afterwards.
Real men can cry at the right times.
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