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Translations: Gintama 515 (2)
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In the category
"Most Dramatic Death"
The Gold Medal goes to...
~ Teresa's death ~
~ Jean's death ~
~ Isley's death ~
Last edited by Miyagi; March 22, 2012 at 05:54 PM.
This is a tossup really. I'd have to say Jean's death probably. I mean everyone pretty much knew Teresa was ether going to die or transform becoming the main antagonist. A predictable death is in no way dramatic. I was tempted in saying Clares simply because of shock value however Jean's death had more meaning to it if that makes sense.
Last edited by Vengeance; February 25, 2012 at 08:10 AM.
I'd have to agree that Jean's was the most dramatic.
I'm giving my vote to Luciela.
Vote for Tereza. I mean c'mon i even cried together with little clare
Teresa's Death for sure. That's one chapter, I always have difficulty rereading.
Teresa's death of course. When I first read it it was quite a shock even though it was to be expected. Brilliantly done scene.
Jean's death just made the reality of the situation in Pieta hit home. I didn't think that there was that much drama around Teresa's death; in fact, I think Teresa's death was quite poorly done.
My number 1 most dramatic death will always be Teresa's Death*... even though in hindsight it was so obviously coming it wasn't even funny.
My runner up Luciela's death (Riful discussing how Raphaela merged with her after just makes this death even more dramatic), followed closely by Jean's.
*Miria might have been my number one... that is if she actually died, just due to how bloody horrible her "death" was... no matter how much I was moved by Clare's loss of Teresa, the loss was all implied there. When with Miria you got to witness her "death" mostly first person and it was horrific and so wrong it wasn't even funny.
Teresa's death. It is pretty much the reason for the whole story. It made Priscilla into an villain/antagonist and gave Clare a motive...revenge.
I'm going to go with Flora's death. Jean and Teresa's you knew were coming. Flora was just so sudden and brutal, it was all the more shocking.
Teresa's death without doubt. I knew she was going to die, but I refused to accept it until the very end -- it was too painful. Besides Clare, the claymore, was born when Teresa died.
I nominate Isley's death 'cause i like a lot the fact that it was 100% unexpected and also it was incredibly sad and crude.
Someone may say that it was too sudden,but tbh i love it even for that reason: Isley was a great character and a death like that is very original imo,instead of the same "great deaths" that we ALWAYS see over and over in tons of mangas.