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After whose deaths you cried ? If you didn't cry, then list the saddest death in you opinion.

Discussion in 'House of Uzumaki' started by Gin Ichimaru's Shadow, May 13, 2018.

  1. Gin Ichimaru's Shadow Sanban daihyou taicho Ichimaru Gin

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    Write death separately for Part 1 and 2.
     
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    never cried in pt 1, but pt 2 is definitely Jiraiya
     
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    I think that his death is sadder, because he never became "genius" and he wasn't able to shack up with Tsunade.
     
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    true, for me it was very moving death because I loved his character in manga, he never lost hope after so many sad things happening to him (such as losing best friend, dead student and teacher), also I thought that Naruto still needed some guidance from him.
    I'm glad Kishi never revived him in war arc.
     
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    It's difficult because although there are many deaths in the series, they were mostly of bit players, enemies or were too obviously temporary to have any lasting effect (Kakashi, Gaara). Zabuza/Haku was emotional, as were the 'almost' deaths in Part 1 (Choji and Neji). Neji's actual death was quite shocking, but since they were currently engaged in a desperate battle it didn't feel like a climatic send-off. Jiraiya's was sad. Shikamaru's reaction to Asuma's death was quite heartbreaking.

    Not so much Itachi's death, but rather the Uchiha reveal really shook me.
     
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    If he was summoned, Naruto would use Onion no Jutsu on planetary level.
     
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    IMO Shikaku and Inoichi death was quite sad.
     
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    I agree but I think to me it was more of a shock. The fact that these deaths were occurring during a desperate war with the strongest entity we'd seen by that point sort of negated the impact of them, because the fighting was still happening. And so, so many people died in that battle; it seems weird that we only know the names of four of them.
     
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    this thread is the finessed version of saddest moment in naruto
    finessed = stolen
     
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    Hiruzen funeral, i dont know, but i cry when the funeral begins, not when he died
     
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    I'm not the type to cry at tv or movies. Besides Grave of the Fireflies and the 1st Pokemon Movie (don't judge me). But yeah, I always find people's reaction to deaths a lot more depressing than the death itself. Because the dead person just ceases, the living person has to deal with all the emotions afterwards. Half the time they die before it can sink in properly, especially in action anime. I felt worse for Shikamaru desperately running to save his teacher in vain than I did for Asuma who died without being able to see his own kid.

    Haku and Zabuza's deaths were the saddest though. Their journey just turned out so futile. And they spent their lives repressing their emotions even though they really did care for each other. And for what? Their only accomplishment in life was making Naruto realise that the whole "the perfect shinobi is an unfeeling weapon" ideal was bullshit by proving that even shinobi who seemed to follow that doctrine perfectly were miserable and ineffectual.
     
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