I cried so much... I actually cried a lot throughout the anime. It was sad.
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Hell yes. I also cry on episode 13 of R2 and Episode 23 of R1
I didn't cry, but I thought is was sad.
I admit,yes. When Suzaku stabbed Lulu tears start falling, when he fell into Nanally it cant be helped. I took a bath after that, damn.
I also cried a litte at Shirly and Rolo's death.
How embarassing LOL
I finisht Code Geass a long time ago
I was crying,, Lelouch was dead!
I ALMOST cried.
I definitely did. Also during episode 12, when Shirley died in his arms.
I'm sorry (not) sorry.
Ah sumimasen, yup it is. It Is sort of excessive. But then sunrise always makes storylines like these 'almosts' and then shatters them completely.
I'm sorry (not) sorry.
The show had been wobbling for about ten episodes, but the ending was really great. It was just as emotional as it should be.
But again, the writers obviously haven't "made up their mind" about it and don't have to, because the story is over and it didn't really happen.
Here is a good argument in favor of Living Lelouch:
I say ďdeathĒ with quotes because Iím one of the people that believe that Lelouch is alive. The ending provides enough evidence towards that being the case, including the infamous situation that Lelouch may have acquired Charlesí Code back in the Sword of Akasha, therefore being immortal; dying is merely the requirement of activating it, much like how Charles died by being Geassed to shoot himself.
The flood of Lelouchís memories could also be interpreted as a the transfer of memories to Nunnally, which is how she may have found out the truth. Jeremiahís smile also can be taken into consideration: I donít think he would want to kill one of the only two people eh wants to serve, and he canít simply switch to guarding Nunnally since he is associated with Lelouchís Britannia; therefore, it might be possible he might have known something.
Along with the fact that C.C. addresses Lelouch in the same manner she does Marianne, and that Lelouch canít match that exact situation due to his Geass not being the same, itís possible that Lelouch survived his initial death and is the one driving the hay cart that C.C. is in the back of.
Right, I just watched the episode. And it was sad, even though I knew it was coming. =_=" Nunnally still is weak.
I'm sorry (not) sorry.
i cried. i'm a cry baby. i always get attached to characters *realizes she said something weird* so sad
"Thinking of you, where ever you are..."Sig by me
However I cannot let that second sentence go unquestioned.
I firstly wanna state that that's your own reaction to something and I can't disagree with you when you personally don't like "romantic" characters.
What is a "romantic character"?
I would say it's someone whose sole focus is their love life. They can often be irritating to me because they come across as capricious.
Shirley is not this: she does other things than focus on her love life, but unfortunatley there's so little of it that we can only fill in the gaps. We are almost only shown Shirley in relation to Lelouch (him being the main character) hence we mostly see the side of Shirley who loves Lelouch. But we also see her when Lelouch isn't around (eg. when Milly is joking with her about Lelouch and her "personal development".....). It's at those times that we see Shirley isn't a complete romantic: she doesn't drift off whimsically about Lelouch, she doesn't even bring up Lelouch a lot of the time (it's often Milly), her reaction is usually defensive. She tries to deflect the question rather than indulge in her emotions.
If that makes a "romantic character" then my definition of "romantic" is very different to The Butcher's.
By my reckoning Shirley is much deeper than just a hopeless romantic, and the reasons why someone would have that impression of her is the required focus on the main storyline. But I think enough hints are given to indicate that Shirley is more than a one-dimensional character.
Shirley did not get on my nerves until trying to have Lelouch fall in love with her. IMO,he would be less heartless and more lovy duvy(Not sure if I spelled that right),if he had fallen in love.
It's like trying to turn Alucard romantic,it would ruin his character,also the same for Lelouch.
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