true tears 12

true tears

I’m… still crying now.

Shinichiro watches Noe from afar, who just sets down Jibeta and urges him to fly, but of course, Jibeta won’t fly. Noe tells herself that if she doesn’t decide it by herself, she won’t be happy or crying or flying, and unlike Jibeta, who decides NOT to fly, but to live facing forward instead, which is the same as flying.

Reassured, Shin returns home, calls Hiromi to tell her that Noe will be fine and she’ll be coming back home, and to tell Jun about that. Shin thinks back about Noe’s words, realizing that he himself, hasn’t decided on anything yet, whether if it’s his dancing, his picture books or even Hiromi and Noe. He gazes strongly at his somewhat-finished picture book, and flashbacks of his moments with the 3 girls of the series play back.

Back at the Isurugi household, Noe has just returned and Jun has just finished preparing her dinner, and Noe hugs him, saying “Thank you” repeatedly. In the trashcan, a brown document enveloped addressed to Jun can be seen.

The next day, the Mugiha Festival finally starts. The Nakagami household is a hive of activity. Hiromi helps Shinichiro put on his outfit and they exchange banter about the incident yesterday, and about where best to watch Shin’s dance. It brings back memories of Noe to Shin, and he comments to Hiromi that she shouldn’t force herself to find the best spot, since it’s crowded.

Noe is cramped up at home, clutching the chicken-tissuebox Shin gave her, while deciding whether or not to go for the festival.

The festival finally begins with the dance procession lead. Ai-chan arrives late to the Nakagami residence to help out, and exchanges greetings with Hiromi. Both of them notice Noe peeking at the tent area and she runs after she notices them, and Ai carelessly comments that Noe came to watch as Shin’s girlfriend. Hiromi sharply replies that “I’m the girlfriend” and runs after Noe, leaving Ai to comment that she doesn’t know many things herself.

Hiromi chases after Noe, catching up to her and she faces off with Noe, asking her not to jump in between them, now that they’ve finally been able to be honest to each other about their feelings. Hiromi sheds tears and Noe comments that her tears are beautiful, running off after that.

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Yes, her tears are beautiful…

Noe returns home again, trying to shut out the sounds of the festival. A phone call interrupts her, and she rushes to see Jun after that, telling him that a Tokyo printing company called. Noe asks him about his change of plans. Jun starts to tell her about the past, after Noe started to shut herself upon her grandmother’s death and Jun decided to protect her… but his feelings blossomed beyond that.

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Jun tells Noe that he likes her, and Noe replies she likes him too, but Jun likes her beyond that. Jun asks Noe for a kiss, and Noe agrees. Jun starts by kissing her on the forehead, then the cheek and then he aims for her lips… surprising Noe. Jun finally makes Noe understand about his feelings, saying that it’s painful for him to stay with her already. Noe is surprised at this development and takes off for the cape again, in soliloquy that she doesn’t notice onii-chan’s nor Shin’s and nor Hiromi’s true feelings.

The final dance of the day is being performed at the shrine. While dancing, Shin thinks of his picture book’s new ending, and the reason he drew the book was because of the person who believed that he could fly. Hiromi is watching Shin’s dance, and notices Noe also watching Shin, but she disappears as soon as the dance ends.

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After the dance ends, Shin heads off to look for Noe, and bumps in to Hiromi, who tells him that she told Noe to leave them alone. Shin takes off after hearing that, heading straight for the school, where Noe is climbing the tree, wondering how does the sky look like. Shin finally reaches the tree, only to witness Noe jumping down from it…

First off… Hiromi!!! QQ

Sigh… victory declaration was just so near, but yet so far.. har har….. TT.TT

Despite all that has been said about Hiromi, I will still continue to stick with her to the very end… damn, what am I saying. My screen is kinda blurry somewhat….

*wipes tears*

So anyways, much dramatic developments again in true tears, and Shin’s choice is made clear. I did feel disappointed, but I’m not mad at all for him choosing Noe, as she has her own merits.

Noe, on the other hand, has perhaps suffered the most emotional impacts in this episode, with her realization of her own shortcomings, Hiromi’s declaration of her true feelings, and most shocking of all, Jun’s revelation that he loves her more than just a sibling. In fact, it’s pushed her far enough to actually make her to uh, try to “fly” off from the tree. I really didn’t expect that at all. She looks set to be in the hospital. A running joke now is that we’ll see Noe running around, stealing Imagawayaki and giving out Raigomaru wood sculptures…

As for Hiromi… she’s done all that’s she’s capable of doing, and if Shin decides not to choose her, I can just only hope she’ll live past the pain, and that the creators don’t turn her in to a yandere or something. PLEASE. But damn, she looks so damn beautiful in her kimono. Especially in this shot…

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…. so beautiful, it makes me cry… TT_TT.

39 Comments

  1. Shin Said,

    March 23, 2008 @ 4:30 am

    I don’t want to rub it in, but FUCK YEAH NOE! although experience has taught me not be this excited just yet .-.

  2. asdf Said,

    March 23, 2008 @ 5:20 am

    wow… great colors … SISCON FTW!

  3. Mentar Said,

    March 23, 2008 @ 6:43 am

    Are you sure that you’ve seen the same anime I did? I’ll still give Hiromi 4:1 to win. I see no indication that Shin made any “choice” at all.

    Mark my words, in serious romance shows with a non-predetermined ending you do NOT want to be the first girl to talk with the male lead. Also, can you seriously imagine Shin leaving one-shoed Hiromi out there to dry?

    Anyway, I’m pretty sure we’ll have a Hiromi ending. However, Shin needs to settle the Noe issue first. That’s what will take the first half of ep13, I’d say. Shin will give Noe back her tears. And then we’ll have the Hiromi ending we’ve been expecting.

  4. Justine Said,

    March 23, 2008 @ 6:53 am

    I hope that there will be a Hiromi ending… I like Noe… really… she’s so innocent and caring person… but she already has everything that Hiromi wanted… a family and a person which fully accepts her the way she is (Jun)… Hiromi only has Shin, so if he will left her… that will be the end T.T and if Noe really wants some tears, I think Hiromi will gladly give her all the tears she cried after her parents died, after she heard that the only person she has really loved is her brother, when she was bullied in her so called 2nd house… it would be just so unfair if she will be left all alone again…. I just can’t imagine that… T.T

  5. Kurogane Shiroikaze Said,

    March 23, 2008 @ 10:14 am

    Well, Mentar, when you put it that way.. it does seem likely. It would be awesome if it turns out that way, but from the signs, plus the ambiguous preview for next week….

  6. Dirian Said,

    March 23, 2008 @ 2:56 pm

    I do not claim to have extensive knowledge of romance shows in general, but just looking at True Tears itself, you have to admit Kurogane that it can change directions in a second.

    Just think last week and the week before was it not so obvious that Hiromi was the endgirl? And yet here you, and others, are declaring that Shin’s choice is clear, and Noe is the obvious one.

    Me personally, I am calling off all bets. It’s too close imo. This one is coming down to the wire.

    Right now, either girl or neither could end up with shin, and any of those 3 endings would make sense with what we’ve seen so far and can be written well.

    Indeed, for this show the Ending(assuming it is done well, which I have every reason to believe it will be) is in many ways the central piece which brings everything together, and can(and I think will) make sense of everything we’ve seen. I for one plan to rewatch the series in it’s entire, this time with foreknowledge of the ending, to better understand the kind of show I am really watching, and was really watching, the entire time.

    Some say that after everything, surely Hiromi won’t end up alone. Yet such a possibility is not out of the question. Hiromi could very well be, not the girl who after so much suffering is redeemed and finally finds happiness, but instead the utterly tragic heroine who is well and truly abandoned in the end by the one man she truly loved.

    What is sad is that I don’t see her ending up with Jun to be feasible any longer. There is simply not enough time to write that in and make it feasible, so if she is not the endgirl she is doomed to tragedy and we must hope this fictional character finds happiness elsewhere which we’ll never see.

    While I am an admitted Noe fan, I am not so heartless as to wish such tragedy on Hiromi. I would rather have her find her happiness, even if not with Shin, but if is to lose she is doomed to unhappiness(and assuming there is no followup at all, unhappy she remains for such is the fate of fictional characters).

    Such is tragic and if I feel so sad at such a prospect then Kurogane and indeed all Hiromi supporters are not unwarranted in shedding tears for their heroine. My point is not to make such a fate more palatable, but only to show that it is not inconsistent. Such could be her fate and it would be utterly consistent with the course of this whole show.

    On the other hand, I too do not see a Noe ending as clinched, have long suspected a Hiromi ending even if I was not in favor of it, and she may yet be the endgirl. In that case, I am not sure of Noe’s fate. Certainly she will weep, her tears will be given her in the end regardless I think. But after, who knows? Those who are hoping so much for siscon ending may get their wish. She may become the tragic heroine herself who finds only sadness at the end, and must herself find happiness elsewhere(if she rejects Jun as a lover). As I see it now, both of those endings are entirely plausible. If we were to get a siscon ending, I felt that Jun would need to make his intentions clear before the last episode, if such an ending was to truly come about in the last one, and so they have been.

    I again say that this is completely up in the air. We may go either way at this point. I am still leaning towards a Hiromi ending as the most likely, but it’s really too close for me to call at this point.

    As long as we don’t get Ai as the endgirl(would be totally nonsensical), Hiromi or Noe joining team boxcutter(would be totally inconsistent with the entire series), or Jun ending up with Hiromi(at this point I just see this as almost completely impossible. the writers would have to work a miracle to pull this off believably in the space of an episode. Prove me wrong if you can writers), then I think I will be satisfied with the ending.

  7. matt Said,

    March 23, 2008 @ 3:12 pm

    holy crap ^^ wtheck?!

    you wrote an essay O.o??

  8. Shin Said,

    March 23, 2008 @ 3:14 pm

    Tsk, finally watched the episode myself, and I have to concede to the fact that Hiromi might still have a shot at her True End, although I’m still trying to figure out what made Noe decide to become an heroine…

  9. googooo Said,

    March 23, 2008 @ 3:31 pm

    I still see a Hiromi ending really. Noe needs some help though. She seems kind of insane.

  10. usagijen Said,

    March 23, 2008 @ 4:44 pm

    it’s still not over indeed, and despite my true tears of joy with this episode, I know I shouldn’t be excited just yet. I’m just keeping my fingers crossed, this time… Noe~ D:

  11. ryvrdrgn14 Said,

    March 23, 2008 @ 7:23 pm

    Oh wow. Watching people cling to their favorites to the very end. The comments are burning with emotions. Live without regret! Good luck to you all!

    *remembers Code-E and how he couldn’t even bare to watch the last episode*

    *manly tears* T.T

  12. Leviahan Said,

    March 23, 2008 @ 9:27 pm

    Noe will win. The victory goes to the master of philosophy and life, Noe.
    When everything said and done, Noe is true love and one of best character ever.
    It’s no surprise most people here can’t see it as people’s taste and ability identity the true wins among anime is kind of bland.

  13. bakaneko Said,

    March 24, 2008 @ 9:16 am

    Hehe… Just watch it. The writers will make a Aiko x Shin ending to surprise us all. You always watch out the quiet one, the one everyone has counted out too early.

  14. Derrick Said,

    March 24, 2008 @ 6:35 pm

    Am I really the only guy here who never bought the Hiromi ending ever since episode 1? Episode 10–the ‘big’ Hiromi episode–almost had me, but the plot devices tell you otherwise.

    See here. All throughout the show, Shin struggles with Hiromi, but he will always go back to the picturebook to pour his emotions. In episode 1, Shin was first drawing Hiromi, but he didn’t continue since the bastard wanted to “draw more elegantly”. After eating he started about the angel and her tears. He didn’t stop and continued drawing the “sparkle of the tree of tears”. From then on, everything he puts in that picturebook has been influenced by Noe. No matter what happens (whether he gets in good terms with Hiromi or whatever) to Shin, he writes or thinks of stuffs to put in the picturebook. That’s Noe’s value in this show. The picturebook is Noe’s connection to Shin.

    Now the concept of flight in this series. I’m not officially sure what it is, but I can absolutely say it’s way more emphasized than this childhood memory between Hiromi and Shin. The chickens, the flight, the picturebook all can be traced back to Noe.

    If you’re thinking I haven’t been watching the character developments between Hiromi and Shin, I do. Even so, I still don’t buy it. Because whenever you see Shin after an encounter with Hiromi, he just can’t leave that damn picturebook alone. The feeling is like the dude’s reporting to Noe everytime Hiromi spends time with him. Didn’t see this? I did. Prove me I’m seeing things if you can. Also, I guess the purposely dramatic encounter between Noe and Shin in episode 1 helps cement the deal for me a bit. And that’s how it is, Noe will not be the one wallowing in sadness for the finale. She’s more important in this show that one would think. Should there be a curve ball, I’m pretty confident Noe’s spotlight will still stay where it is.

    I feel for that chick Hiromi. I recall that bastard Shin (ep 4 or 5?) even once said that the Hiromi that he doesn’t know is the happy Hiromi. Yeah, I know Hiromi was still emo when he thought that, but IMO that might just be a fitting end to her issue. The Hiromi Shinichiro doesn’t know is a smiling Hiromi. lol Ironic.

  15. Derrick Said,

    March 24, 2008 @ 6:44 pm

    Am I really the only guy here who never bought the Hiromi ending ever since episode 1? Episode 10–the ‘big’ Hiromi episode–almost had me, but the plot devices tell you otherwise.

    See here. All throughout the show, Shin struggles with Hiromi, but he will always go back to the picturebook to pour his emotions. In episode 1, Shin was first drawing Hiromi, but he didn’t continue since the bastard wanted to “draw more elegantly”. After eating he started about the angel and her tears. He didn’t stop and continued drawing the “sparkle of the tree of tears”. From then on, everything he puts in that picturebook has been influenced by Noe. No matter what happens (whether he gets in good terms with Hiromi or whatever) to Shin, he writes or thinks of stuffs to put in the picturebook. That’s Noe’s value in this show. The picturebook is Noe’s connection to Shin.

    Now the concept of flight in this series. I’m not officially sure what it is, but I can absolutely say it’s way more emphasized than this childhood memory between Hiromi and Shin. The chickens, the flight, the picturebook all can be traced back to Noe.

    If you’re thinking I haven’t been watching the character developments between Hiromi and Shin, I do. Even so, I still don’t buy it. Because whenever you see Shin after an encounter with Hiromi, he just can’t leave that damn picturebook alone. The feeling is like the dude’s reporting to Noe everytime Hiromi spends time with him. Also, I guess the purposely dramatic encounter between Noe and Shin in episode 1 helps cement the deal for me a bit. And that’s how it is, Noe will not be the one wallowing in sadness for the finale. She’s more important in this show that one would think. Should there be a curve ball, I’m pretty confident Noe’s spotlight will still stay where it is.

    I feel for that chick Hiromi. I recall that bastard Shin (ep 4 or 5?) even once said that the Hiromi that he doesn’t know is the happy Hiromi. Yeah, I know Hiromi was still emo when he thought that, but IMO that might just be a fitting end to her issue. The Hiromi Shinichiro doesn’t know is a smiling Hiromi. lol Ironic.

  16. Justine Said,

    March 24, 2008 @ 7:23 pm

    Ok I watched episode for the 3rd time… And I don’t know why, but I’ve got the feeling that it will be Hiromi’s ending… why… 1st of all when two girls/boys are after you and you finally realize with whom you want to be with… where do you go first? Of course to the loosing girl to tell her that you love the other one, and after that you go to your true love to be with her/him forever… sorry, but that’s the scheme in all love polygon anime… and I personally don’t believe the previews in this anime… they are always so confusing and in the end the episode proves that all our speculations were wrong… and I don’t know also why, but I think that Noe will end up dying and reuiniting with her grandmother, then all will cry for her and she will recover her tears… but that are only my speculations…

  17. Bob Said,

    March 24, 2008 @ 11:14 pm

    How is this even a decision, Noe’s character is so one-dimensional, the only thing she has beyond a weird love of chickens is her interest for Shin. This series is a train wreck.

    At least Miyukichi and Ai’s story was good.

  18. TaiLS Said,

    March 25, 2008 @ 1:28 am

    Damn. And I was hoping for a School Days-esque ending with Hiromi on top. Oh well.

  19. Zanshun Said,

    March 25, 2008 @ 2:02 am

    With Kimikiss’s ending being half win and half fail, and H2O being a total wtf for its last few episodes, True Tears better not dissapoint me with anything less then a Hiromi ending.

  20. kyseri Said,

    March 25, 2008 @ 3:45 am

    I’m looking forward to the next ep =D, I figure that no matter who wins after all the drama that’s happened its well deserved

    @Dirian: if Noe does win.. it wouldn’t be suprising to find Hiromi sitting somewhere and having Jun come along and offer her a can of coffee and just sit with her saying nothing lol

    it doesn’t have to end with them hooking up the writers can do a lot just by showing that thing will get better. *like how they cut off Aiko in the race

  21. JohnG Said,

    March 25, 2008 @ 3:55 am

    After 12 episodes, the surest thing you can say about True Tears is that whatever direction the show seems to be going at the end of the episode will surely be destroyed by the first 5 minutes of the next episode (best example: JunxHiromi bike scene/make out preview). Of course, all that could be a trap to lull viewers into believing that Hiromi will still win!

  22. Konata-chan Said,

    March 25, 2008 @ 4:38 am

    (Hello, new to this blog) I think we might get a Hiromi-ending, which I wouldn’t mind; Hiromi is a great character, but I think her relation to Shinichiro hasn’t been given as much depth as Noe’s. I feel that the series has developed Shin’s relationship with Noe much more; they are connected by this whole, symbolic idea of “flight” and his picture book. Between Hiromi and Shin, however, the only thing that connects them is their childhood. And that happens far too often in anime: childhood friends ending up together and all. I feel that their childhood has been barely explored anyway, and I am pretty sure the production team did that on purpose.

    Along the progress of each episode, there is this awkward, almost forced tension between Hiromi and Shin, which has carried on to their relationship. They are dating, but Shin’s mind is always half somewhere else; Hiromi is busy being anxious about Noe. When Shin is with Noe, however, he seems much more relaxed and himself. They would be much more comfortable with each other, in my opinion. Hiromi may have been Shin’s crush, but that is all I think it was: a crush. The only thing Hiromi could say about his picture book was some bland remark that I can’t even remember (nor does he, probably). Noe seems much more interested and everything she says he values immensely.

    If Shin were to end up with Noe, that would give way for a HiromixJun ending. Ok, I know it sounds rather random, but I think it could work out if they are given enough time. With a HiromixShin ending, on the other hand, we’d have a heartbroken Noe (who would thus get her tears back in a rather tragic way) and a heartbroken Jun. Now that’s what we call a happy ending! It’s not happy, nor is it bittersweet. It’s not even realistic since, again, HiromixJun has been literally spoon fed to us across the progress of this series. It’s like, “There you go. Shinichi likes Hiromi. Hiromi likes Shinichiro. THE END.”

    I hope the directors won’t go for that kind of path. They might have had feelings for each other, but they aren’t soul mates; Shinichiro and Noe are.

  23. Bob Said,

    March 25, 2008 @ 7:19 am

    @Konata-chan: All I know is if I had to listen to anyone talk about chickens that goddamn much I’d choke them to retain my sanity.

  24. Dirian Said,

    March 25, 2008 @ 10:10 am

    “@Dirian: if Noe does win.. it wouldn’t be suprising to find Hiromi sitting somewhere and having Jun come along and offer her a can of coffee and just sit with her saying nothing lol

    it doesn’t have to end with them hooking up the writers can do a lot just by showing that thing will get better”

    Hmmm you make an excellent point and I should have been more specific. I feel at this time that a clear and unequivocal Hiromi x Jun end at this point is unfeasible. As Konota-chan said, that kind of thing takes time to be told well, and well…..we just don’t have the time left to do that in a way that would live up to the standard set by the rest of the anime.

    However, an ending kinda like what you described, where the two rejected lovers comfort each other, something which hints that though they will not find happiness with the ones they love, that happiness isn’t completely out of the picture, that there is still a very real hope that both will find happiness, I think that’s very doable, and I hadn’t thought of it, so thank you very much.

    If they then do one of those quick time skip epilogues showing the two together right after that, they could show the two together years later, but I think that would almost be cheap, but again it all depends on how it’s done.

    So yes, even if Hiromi isn’t the endgirl there is still hope for her happiness! w00t! But still I’d hope to see concrete evidence of that before any time skipping(if they time skip at all). Anything that saves Hiromi from eternal misery and still gives Noe her happy tears is an ending I can most definitely support.

  25. kyseri Said,

    March 25, 2008 @ 10:48 am

    @Dirian yeap =D there’s still hope for Hiromi, the way things are going I’m hoping that everyone makes it out of this mess happy XD

    @Konata-chan there’s another way to end the Noe loss ending… Noe is obviously really important to the growth of Shin and its because of her that he realizes that he hasn’t actually done anything right yet.

    Now it could be his turn to help Noe realize that it wasn’t that her grandmother took her tears for her, its just that she’s chosen not to cry and that she doesn’t need someone else’s tears for her to cry again. This could bring Shin to finally make things clear… and as much as I hate it they could end up just good friends =(

    Not so much the way I’d like it to end… I still think the NoeXShin ending has better potential for everything ending happier but yea… I’ve kinda thought of True Tears as a very “real” anime drama… and in reality everything doesn’t always work out with everyone happy so… its possible o.O and there’s a lot of other ways this could end I guess lol

  26. Minimum Tempo » Anime & Manga » true tears 12 Metareview Said,

    March 25, 2008 @ 11:56 am

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  27. EmOtakuVu Said,

    March 25, 2008 @ 12:00 pm

    Gotta say that I’m not ready to declare this a Noe victory quite yet!

    I think each girl has her merits and can’t say I’d be disappointed with either as a final choice depending on how it is done. However, I must admit a slight preference for Hiromi only because I have a soft spot for childhood friends with long simmering attractions finally making good. I love Noe as a character and admit that Hiromi, in the context of the series, was not quite as appealing, but I support her position given what she represents, if not quite as much for who she is herself.

    Things can still go either way now. Noe taking the “plunge” could be the shock Shin needs to break free of his thoughts of Hiromi and fully commit to Noe. Conversely, it could serve to show him that he and Noe perhaps really don’t fly in the same sky and that Hiromi is where he truly belongs. Granted, his seemingly referring to Noe as his inspiration to so many things would seem to point towards her as his final choice, I just can’t quite bring myself to believe it yet. I could still he Shin seeking Noe out, not to confess love to her, but more to let her know that he truly appreciated her and what she has meant to him, and to “properly” let her go romantically so that he can return to Hiromi. Personally, I kind of prefer that ending. Noe truly loves him, and has whethered a lot, but her love though strong is relatively short compared to Hiromi’s, which has spanned years, that alone is reason for me to root for Hiromi. I really have no idea how it will end up and am particularly curious as to how Jun’s situation will shake out, koi kaze perhaps?

    I gotta say, one of my favorite moments this episode is when Ai hears Hiromi say matter of factly that SHE is Shin’s girlfriend. That look on Ai’s face and her comment was bittersweet showing how she further understands how far out of contention she always was, not only was she competing with an active Noe, but Hiromi was truly in play too. It was a nice moment showing Ai coming to an understanding and continuing to move on with the best guy of the series!

  28. THAT Animeblog » True Tears 12: Tears of the Three Views, taste and price that will make you cry tears of joy. Said,

    March 25, 2008 @ 5:46 pm

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  29. True Tears 12 - Hiromi, almost Shirakawa Kotori at Hontou ni Taihen desu Said,

    March 25, 2008 @ 11:00 pm

    [...] the nuances critical in interpreting Shin and Noe’s true motivations.) It’s going to be a Hiromi end as Mentar prophesies. (Unless the writers screw up the end which I sincerely [...]

  30. Setsukyie Said,

    March 25, 2008 @ 11:48 pm

    Noe will probably win..
    Well, unless something bad happens to Noe..(hopefully not)..
    But I won’t make decisions to hastily..
    Because a lot can happen next week..
    So..I will wait..

  31. TheBigN Said,

    March 26, 2008 @ 12:22 am

    “but from the signs, plus the ambiguous preview for next week….”

    Where it does look like Hiromi’s in a “moving on” sort of mood, so we’ll see what happens. Your picture of Hiromi looking at Noe entranced by Shinichiro’s Mugiha was my favorite part of the series, and shows off a lot about Hiromi’s character, or so I’d like to think.

  32. Leviahan Said,

    March 26, 2008 @ 2:06 am

    I want Noe ending so much, it will make this anime perfect.

  33. voodoomage Said,

    March 26, 2008 @ 5:39 am

    Noe FTW. Poor girls has the world coming down around her. She has done nothing to anyone and yet she carries the world on her shoulders… She doesn’t know how to react, and no one is there for her… she’s left to make the choice to try and fly it alone…

  34. Dirian Said,

    March 26, 2008 @ 12:52 pm

    I dunno I don’t buy the whole childhood promise thing, especially since Shin abandoned her when they were kids too(or maybe because Kimikiss has left a bad taste in my mouth for “childhood friends”)

    But either ending could be well written, so meh. I’ll just sit back and enjoy the ride.

  35. totali Said,

    March 27, 2008 @ 12:00 pm

    *thump*

  36. NovaJinx Said,

    March 27, 2008 @ 12:08 pm

    Ground Control, we have a reading on Siscon radar.

  37. Kurogane Shiroikaze Said,

    March 27, 2008 @ 12:19 pm

    @totali: Stop humping the table, you pervert!

    @NovaJinx: “Roger, sending Stripey on the way.”

  38. awayish Said,

    April 7, 2008 @ 3:50 am

    your lack of faith is disturbing. young padawan.

  39. True Tears Episode 12 | Atarashii Prelude Said,

    December 12, 2008 @ 9:35 pm

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