Comment on Top 25 Most Depressing Anime Ever by Yamato:

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same here. I was expecting (stop reading this if you still haven’t seen Air TV, or played the original game, and miraculously managed to avoid spoilers up to this point… in which case, you go fucking watch the series, now!)….

Yukito sacrificing himself, possessing his doll, and somehow going back in time to reincarnate as a crow would’ve done something for Misuzu herself… but it was really only good for her cycle of reincarnation (and even that was merely implied). The girl was still doomed to go out in what is still easily one of the most heart-wrenching scenes Key ever made (which is saying a lot for them).

Gooooal. T_T

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