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Fictional last words in animated television series

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Fictional last words in animated television series adventure
Note: A scene of Silver Knight yelling Lady Subaru! is shown after Silver Knight is shot, but its unclear whether he yelled this as he was being deleted, or if it was a flashback.
Fictional last words in animated television series night
Ill see you in Hell.Who: Steve-a-rino Source: American Dad! episode Son of Stan. Note: Character, a homicidal clone of Steve Smith, says this before being shot by a cat at the episodes conclusion.
Fictional last words in animated television series character
Note: Character, a homicidal clone of Steve Smith, says this before being shot by a cat at the episodes conclusion.
Fictional last words in animated television series character
How about an appetizer one fresh bird, fat boy, straight up.Who: Moonities Ignigonkt and Err Note: Moonities Ignignokt and Err was kill by two children
Fictional last words in animated television series children
Hey Beavis. You were crying!Who: Butt-head Source: Beavis & Butt-head Note: In an episode where Beavis gets onion in his eye, causing him to tear up, Butt-head constantly makes fun of Beavis for crying, though Beavis continually denies he was crying, insisting it was an onion. He continues to do this until the two are eventually shown at a retirement home. Butt-head says this, and continues to laugh while Beavis denies this. Butt-head then gets a heart-attack and dies, while Beavis, continues to deny it. He also says, noticing that Butt-head is dead, Im not crying now either! before ramming his wheelchair into Butt-heads corpse. This death is likely not canon.
Fictional last words in animated television series death
Note: In an episode where Beavis gets onion in his eye, causing him to tear up, Butt-head constantly makes fun of Beavis for crying, though Beavis continually denies he was crying, insisting it was an onion. He continues to do this until the two are eventually shown at a retirement home. Butt-head says this, and continues to laugh while Beavis denies this. Butt-head then gets a heart-attack and dies, while Beavis, continues to deny it. He also says, noticing that Butt-head is dead, Im not crying now either! before ramming his wheelchair into Butt-heads corpse. This death is likely not canon.
Fictional last words in animated television series death
What does it matter now, Gideon? Were ruined!Who: Doctor B Source: Beyblade V-Force Note: His former boss, Gideon, will stop and pushed him away when Dcotor B started the red button with destroy everything for explosive, dies by the electrocution on computer screen, and falling debris on the collapsed with Gideons Battle Tower after the final battle on Kane and Tyson.
Fictional last words in animated television series art
Note: His former boss, Gideon, will stop and pushed him away when Dcotor B started the red button with destroy everything for explosive, dies by the electrocution on computer screen, and falling debris on the collapsed with Gideons Battle Tower after the final battle on Kane and Tyson.
Fictional last words in animated television series art
I have to report for Professor Zagart.Who: Gideon Source: Beyblade V-Force Note: Gideon was killed by falling debris on the collapsed with Gideons Battle Tower after the final battle with Kane and Tyson.
Fictional last words in animated television series art
Note: Gideon was killed by falling debris on the collapsed with Gideons Battle Tower after the final battle with Kane and Tyson.
Fictional last words in animated television series battle
Uh oh, Ive been beefed!Who: Chef McMusley Source: Camp Lazlo {Meatman} Note: Before he can rescue Lalzo, Raj and Clam and defeat Meatman, Meatman spits a meat-bomb on him. He explodes to his death. This death is likely not canon.
Fictional last words in animated television series death
Note: Before he can rescue Lalzo, Raj and Clam and defeat Meatman, Meatman spits a meat-bomb on him. He explodes to his death. This death is likely not canon.
Fictional last words in animated television series death
Note: Zog freezes Dot to her death along with Neddie, Toto 2, Boris, Bela and Rick, but was resurrected when Queen Aquarine breaks the ice.
Fictional last words in animated television series death
But Im a little tired. Please let me rest for a bit.Who: Nagisa Furukawa Okazaki Source: Clannad Note: Due to her weakness from chronic illness, Nagisa dies shortly after giving birth to her daughter, Ushio. She is later revived when the collective spirit of the town triggers a miracle in response to Tomoyas desires.
Fictional last words in animated television series desire
Note: Due to her weakness from chronic illness, Nagisa dies shortly after giving birth to her daughter, Ushio. She is later revived when the collective spirit of the town triggers a miracle in response to Tomoyas desires.
Fictional last words in animated television series desire
Its just a dream.Who: Julia Angel Source: Cowboy Bebop Note: One of the three major deaths in Cowboy Bebop, Julia is killed when Anastasias shop is stormed by Vicious men. After a drawn out gunfight, she is shot in the back and dies in Spikes arms.
Fictional last words in animated television series death
Note: One of the three major deaths in Cowboy Bebop, Julia is killed when Anastasias shop is stormed by Vicious men. After a drawn out gunfight, she is shot in the back and dies in Spikes arms.
Fictional last words in animated television series death
Bang.Who: Spike Spiegel Source: Cowboy Bebop Note: After fighting his way through Vicious multi-story headquarters and eventually killing Vicious in a violent duel including an explosion that destroys much of the buildings upper floors, Spike makes his way back to the first floor of the building to find himself surrounded by multiple police officers. Bleeding heavily, he raises his left hand, making a gun shape with his fingers and mumbles his last word before collapsing and allegedly dying from his injuries. Note: Spike also says this line in a much earlier episode of the series, although, he does not die, nor is he in any danger of dying.
Fictional last words in animated television series art
Note: After fighting his way through Vicious multi-story headquarters and eventually killing Vicious in a violent duel including an explosion that destroys much of the buildings upper floors, Spike makes his way back to the first floor of the building to find himself surrounded by multiple police officers. Bleeding heavily, he raises his left hand, making a gun shape with his fingers and mumbles his last word before collapsing and allegedly dying from his injuries.
Fictional last words in animated television series art
Note: Spike also says this line in a much earlier episode of the series, although, he does not die, nor is he in any danger of dying.
Fictional last words in animated television series anger
Its possible Ive wasted my life on petty, and ultimately meaningless, quests for vengeance. There! Are you happy now!?Who: Dan Source: Dan Vs. Note: Dan and everyone else are resurrected and set back to the beginning of the last day.
Fictional last words in animated television series life
Everyone, the Shiniga-Who: L Source: Death Note Note: Dies of a heart attack before he can finish the word shinigami when Rem writes his real name in her Death Note.
Fictional last words in animated television series death
Note: Dies of a heart attack before he can finish the word shinigami when Rem writes his real name in her Death Note.
Fictional last words in animated television series death
By doing this, I’ve become one with the world, and with this sacred planet. My life is this planet’s life. The two of us are one and the same. If you want to resist, then go ahead! However, I will die together with the dignity of the planet! So cry! All you want! This is the beginning of a BRAND NEW EARTH!Who: Dewey Novak Source: Eureka Seven Note: Character commits suicide right after uttering these words.
Fictional last words in animated television series life
Leave! This this is still my bridge, trooper! Go back and tell Winfield to watch. Tell him Matthew Marcus knew how to die.Who: Captain Matthew Marcus Source: Exosquad Notes: Marcus led a disasterous attack on the Neosapen fleet that has needlessly killed many and left the Exofleet flagship Resolute crippled and surrounded by Neosapien ships. Refusing to be evacuated with the surviving crew, he steers the Resolute into the midst of the enemy as it e xplodes.
Fictional last words in animated television series man
Notes: Marcus led a disasterous attack on the Neosapen fleet that has needlessly killed many and left the Exofleet flagship Resolute crippled and surrounded by Neosapien ships. Refusing to be evacuated with the surviving crew, he steers the Resolute into the midst of the enemy as it e xplodes.
Fictional last words in animated television series man
Thanks for the drink, enjoy the pickles, and if you find my Zune, just give me a c-Who: Phil Source: Frisky Dingo Notes: Character is shot before he can finish sentence.
Fictional last words in animated television series joy
If youre going to put up a show of torturing me Im sorry, but Id rather leave the stage.Who: Rika Furude Source: Higurashi no Naku Koro ni - Meakashi-hen Notes: Upon being threatened with torture and a drawn-out death, Rika makes this simple remark before placing a knife against the wall and shoving her neck against it, until she dies. It is later revealed that, with her death, the month starts over so technically her consciousness didnt die.
Fictional last words in animated television series death
Notes: Upon being threatened with torture and a drawn-out death, Rika makes this simple remark before placing a knife against the wall and shoving her neck against it, until she dies. It is later revealed that, with her death, the month starts over so technically her consciousness didnt die.
Fictional last words in animated television series death
Satoshi-kun, Im sorry. Im sorry, everyone. Please forgive me. I wont make the same mistake. I promise. Japanese version
Fictional last words in animated television series forgive
Satoshi-kun, Im sorry. Im sorry, everyone. Please forgive me. Next time, I wont make the same mistakeI promise. English versionWho : Shion Sonozaki - Meakashi-hen Source: Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Notes: After going on a delusional rampage, including the murders of several of her friends, Shion hastily returns to her apartment by scaling the side of the building, only to slip and fall to her death. The second line is of her last thoughts as she plummets.
Fictional last words in animated television series death
Notes: After going on a delusional rampage, including the murders of several of her friends, Shion hastily returns to her apartment by scaling the side of the building, only to slip and fall to her death. The second line is of her last thoughts as she plummets.
Fictional last words in animated television series death
I didnt plan on killing you, but Ill probably never meet such a good target again. At any rate, after duping him out of his money, I was going to do a vanishing act as usual- AAH!W-Wait, what are you?!Who : Ritsuko Rina Mamiya Source: Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Episode 23 Notes: Ritsukos plan was to marry Renas father and swindle him out of his money. She is confronted by Rena and attempts to strangle her to death. Rena manages to subdue her by slashing a shard of glass through her stomach, before beating her to death with a pipe.
Fictional last words in animated television series death
Notes: Ritsukos plan was to marry Renas father and swindle him out of his money. She is confronted by Rena and attempts to strangle her to death. Rena manages to subdue her by slashing a shard of glass through her stomach, before beating her to death with a pipe.
Fictional last words in animated television series death
FINALLY!!Who: GIR Source: Invader Zim Note: Said by GIR when Dib convinces Zim to give up on the invasion. Zim says goodbye to GIR, and then commands him to self-destruct, and GIR happily complies. However, this was all a simulation Zim used so Dib would admit he threw a muffin at his head at lunch, so this never really happened.
Fictional last words in animated television series self
Note: Said by GIR when Dib convinces Zim to give up on the invasion. Zim says goodbye to GIR, and then commands him to self-destruct, and GIR happily complies. However, this was all a simulation Zim used so Dib would admit he threw a muffin at his head at lunch, so this never really happened.
Fictional last words in animated television series self
I will have my revenge even if it takes for another 900 years!Who: Shendu Source: Jackie Chan Adventures Note: Said this line before Jade kills him with the dragon talisman while hes a statue. Shendu returns as a spirit in season 2 and revived in season 3.
Fictional last words in animated television series adventure
Note: Said this line before Jade kills him with the dragon talisman while hes a statue. Shendu returns as a spirit in season 2 and revived in season 3.
Fictional last words in animated television series man
Oh? Youre quite the babe! Bring it on Hex! Ill put your skills to the test!Who : Renato R Source: Jormungand Notes: A double agent for the CIA, R decided to protect Jonah from an ambush from fellow CIA agent, Hex. He and Hex fired at one another, hitting each other in the eye. However, Hex survived due to the bullet having to pass through her scope first.
Fictional last words in animated television series age
Notes: A double agent for the CIA, R decided to protect Jonah from an ambush from fellow CIA agent, Hex. He and Hex fired at one another, hitting each other in the eye. However, Hex survived due to the bullet having to pass through her scope first.
Fictional last words in animated television series age
I truly pissed you off, didnt I, Koko Hekmatyer? Very well. Lets fight again in hell.Who : Hex Source: Jormungand Notes: As revenge for the death of R, Koko carpet bombed the region where Hex was hiding. Hex is seen putting a gun to her head just as the area around her explodes.
Fictional last words in animated television series death
Notes: As revenge for the death of R, Koko carpet bombed the region where Hex was hiding. Hex is seen putting a gun to her head just as the area around her explodes.
Fictional last words in animated television series death
IT HURTS! Oh wait, no it doesnt.Who: Magnanimous Source: Megas XLR Notes: His main body had been separated from his mech, and he remembered that no organic parts were cut off. He then fell into his quantum singularity.
Fictional last words in animated television series art
Notes: His main body had been separated from his mech, and he remembered that no organic parts were cut off. He then fell into his quantum singularity.
Fictional last words in animated television series art
I can fix thisWho: Varsin Source: Megas XLR Notes: His mech explodes shortly after the statement.
Fictional last words in animated television series men
Im sad. Im not sad that Im dying. Im finally sad that my child died. People dont lose their emotions. My emotions just wandered around in an unknown place. Its like a letter that was addressed to me decades ago has finally arrived. Is this true sadness? Or is it happiness? In the final episode of the Magnificent Steiner, I bet he finally became human again.Who: Wolfgang Grimmer Source: Monster anime Notes: Upon seeing and unarmed civilian murdered, Grimmer gives into his rage and kills four ex-Stasi before succumbing to gunshot wounds. His last words refer to a television show called the Magnificent Steiner similar to the Incredible Hulk that he watched as a child.
Fictional last words in animated television series happiness
Notes: Upon seeing and unarmed civilian murdered, Grimmer gives into his rage and kills four ex-Stasi before succumbing to gunshot wounds. His last words refer to a television show called the Magnificent Steiner similar to the Incredible Hulk that he watched as a child.
Fictional last words in animated television series words
And so we bid suf widersehen to this pin infested excuse for a city. What is this cracking noise? Actual cracking? This isnt how I visualized this. Still alive----------Who: Von Groff Source: w:Moonbeam City
Fictional last words in animated television series live
Whats this?! Noooooooooo!!Who: Discord Source: My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic {Elements of Harmony Part 2} Notes: A being of immense chaos which was freed in the Canterlot Gardens and spent the majority of this episode causing chaos for everyone in Equestria, which included but was not limited to essentially ruining the minds of the main cast members, creating clouds of exploding chocolate milk, and causing buildings to tumble like playing cards. It makes sense when you watch the actual episode. After the main heroine Twilight causes her friends to recover from being Discorded, they unite their power of the Elements of Harmony to re-imprison Discord in stone before he could do any more damage.
Fictional last words in animated television series friendship
Notes: A being of immense chaos which was freed in the Canterlot Gardens and spent the majority of this episode causing chaos for everyone in Equestria, which included but was not limited to essentially ruining the minds of the main cast members, creating clouds of exploding chocolate milk, and causing buildings to tumble like playing cards. It makes sense when you watch the actual episode. After the main heroine Twilight causes her friends to recover from being Discorded, they unite their power of the Elements of Harmony to re-imprison Discord in stone before he could do any more damage.
Fictional last words in animated television series power
What?! What the?! I thought I had it set toWho: Dr. Jekyll Doofenshmirtz Source: Phineas and Ferb Notes: Said in a flashback said by Doofenshmirtz.
Fictional last words in animated television series thought
I am Daemon. I am not an entity, I am in time. My time is now. The word, is Cron. Glitch Bob: No, not a cron virus.Who: Daemon Source: ReBoot
Fictional last words in animated television series time
What are you doing, Glitch? Whats happening to me?!Who: Glitch Bob Source: ReBoot Note: Glitch is healing Glitch Bob and transforming back to Bob, killing this version of the character.
Fictional last words in animated television series healing
Note: Glitch is healing Glitch Bob and transforming back to Bob, killing this version of the character.
Fictional last words in animated television series healing
No, wait! Stop!Who: Gummy Bear Source: Robot Chicken Note: In the 100th episode, the Chicken confronts this character on a floor covered in bear traps in the original Gummy Bear skit, the gummy bear got her leg trapped in a bear trap, forcing her to eat her leg to escape. The Chicken disposes of this character by throwing her into the bear traps, disembowling her.
Fictional last words in animated television series character
Note: In the 100th episode, the Chicken confronts this character on a floor covered in bear traps in the original Gummy Bear skit, the gummy bear got her leg trapped in a bear trap, forcing her to eat her leg to escape. The Chicken disposes of this character by throwing her into the bear traps, disembowling her.
Fictional last words in animated television series character
You seem so ruthless. Time to make you toothless!Who: Mo-Larr, Eternian Dentist Source: Robot Chicken
Fictional last words in animated television series time
Since youre here, Ill show you the results of my training Why?Who: Suzuri Source: RIDEBACK Note: Having been mistaken for Rin at a government resistance movement, Suzuri was pursued by government Ridebacks. Upon realizing that Rin was watching her from the monorail, Suzuka tried to escape the soldiers only to be crushed by the truncheon of an enemy rideback.
Fictional last words in animated television series men
Note: Having been mistaken for Rin at a government resistance movement, Suzuri was pursued by government Ridebacks. Upon realizing that Rin was watching her from the monorail, Suzuka tried to escape the soldiers only to be crushed by the truncheon of an enemy rideback.
Fictional last words in animated television series men
Get the hell outta here, children!Who: Chef Source: South Park Note: As he is leaving to re-join the Super Adventure Club, lightning strikes the bridge, and he falls to a gruesome death. He was later ressurected as Darth Chef.
Fictional last words in animated television series death
Note: As he is leaving to re-join the Super Adventure Club, lightning strikes the bridge, and he falls to a gruesome death. He was later ressurected as Darth Chef.
Fictional last words in animated television series death
Cherrio! My name is Pip, I would like to see if you wouldnt mind not smashing our town to little bits.Who: Pip Source: South Park Note: Said to Mecha-Streisand who promptly crushes him.
Fictional last words in animated television series mind
Notes : Bowan is about to be executed for murder, after Superman and Lois Lane find that Bowan had framed another suspect. Wondering how Clark Kent survived a car bomb that Bowan rigged, he realizes that Kent is Superman just before the executioner pulled the lever, killing Bowman offscreen.
Fictional last words in animated television series man
He who lives without honor will end without honor.Who: Hamato Yoshi source: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles note:the Shredder and his Foot Ninjas attempts to interrogate Yoshi into telling them where the Ultrons are. His resistance resulted in him being electrocuted to death.
Fictional last words in animated television series death
note:the Shredder and his Foot Ninjas attempts to interrogate Yoshi into telling them where the Ultrons are. His resistance resulted in him being electrocuted to death.
Fictional last words in animated television series death
You were the best friend I ever had.Who: Terra Source: Teen Titans Note: After betraying the Titans and becoming Slades apprentice, Terra has seen the error of her ways and has decided to rejoin the team. In the course of fighting Slade, however, she has set of a volcanic eruption that threatens to destroy all of Jump City, and must sacrifice herself to stop the explosion. She speaks the above line to Beast Boy just before sacrificing herself and becoming a statue. In the series finale, Things Change, she has seemingly been resurrected, albeit with no memory from her past life.
Fictional last words in animated television series life
Note: After betraying the Titans and becoming Slades apprentice, Terra has seen the error of her ways and has decided to rejoin the team. In the course of fighting Slade, however, she has set of a volcanic eruption that threatens to destroy all of Jump City, and must sacrifice herself to stop the explosion. She speaks the above line to Beast Boy just before sacrificing herself and becoming a statue. In the series finale, Things Change, she has seemingly been resurrected, albeit with no memory from her past life.
Fictional last words in animated television series life
Goodbye, my friend.Who: Ship Source: X-Men: The Animated Series, Episode Obsession Note: Ship is a sentient ship who was not actually named.
Fictional last words in animated television series men
Note: Character was a mercenary who was paid to take out the Lagoon Company using an assault helicopter. He mistook them heading towards a sunken ship as them trying to take cover. In the end they ended up using it to launch their boat into the air, and fired a torpedo into his helicopter, killing him.
Fictional last words in animated television series war
Never mind, there must be some kind of misunderstanding here. I dont know what kind pathetic rumor is floating around town. If we just sit down over lunch youll see that there is a perfectly good explanation. Its plain to see.Who: Mr. Chin Note: Character had tried to betray and destroy the Lagoon Company in an effort to weaken Balalaikas interests. She strapped him to a chair in a room with C4 charges and gasoline.
Fictional last words in animated television series mind
Note: Character had tried to betray and destroy the Lagoon Company in an effort to weaken Balalaikas interests. She strapped him to a chair in a room with C4 charges and gasoline.
Fictional last words in animated television series character
Note: Character was a Neo-Nazi with apparent delusions of grandeur. After a long winded rant about the structure of his gun, Revy shot him out of sheer annoyance.
Fictional last words in animated television series character
Alfred, you bastard! First, you set me up in this disgrace, and then you betray me?Who: Ratchman Note: The leader of the Neo-Nazi group, Ratchman is a coward who is killed by both Revy and Dutch.
Fictional last words in animated television series war
Youre funny, lady. But what are you talking about? Im not gonna die. I cant die, because Ive killed so many people in my life. Weve killed many, many, many, many people. It means we get to live for that much longer. We can we can add on to our lives. So were never going to die. Thats right. We are eternal.Who: Hansel Note: Character was one of two homicidal twin children who had been paid to kill Balalaika. However, when he approached Balalaika, Hansel was shot through the leg and had his arm shot off by snipers. Balalaika admitted it would only be fair for her to torture him, but that she was not as depraved as he was. She watched him bleed out instead.
Fictional last words in animated television series life
Note: Character was one of two homicidal twin children who had been paid to kill Balalaika. However, when he approached Balalaika, Hansel was shot through the leg and had his arm shot off by snipers. Balalaika admitted it would only be fair for her to torture him, but that she was not as depraved as he was. She watched him bleed out instead.
Fictional last words in animated television series children
Its beautiful, the skyWho: Gretel Note: Character was a homicidal young girl who had paid the Lagoon Company to escort her to safety. However, their contact had been paid off by Hotel Moscow and he shot her through the head as soon as she left the boat, much to Rocks horror. Her last words refer to the sea sky which she claimed to have never seen prior to that point.
Fictional last words in animated television series words
Note: Character was a homicidal young girl who had paid the Lagoon Company to escort her to safety. However, their contact had been paid off by Hotel Moscow and he shot her through the head as soon as she left the boat, much to Rocks horror. Her last words refer to the sea sky which she claimed to have never seen prior to that point.
Fictional last words in animated television series words
Shucks, I sure do get a kick out of playing chase with a young lady like yourself, but these old legs cant kee p this up much longer. Why dont you give up? I promise Ill just toast you lightly. Ill make it quick. My wife didnt even take five minutes to cook. Ill be happy as I can be once I get a wiff of your skin starting to char. And would you just look at t his weather weve been getting. Its the perfect day for a barbecue.Who: Claude Torch Weaver Note: Character was a pyromaniac mercenary hired to recover Jane. Revy shot him through the chest and caused the gas tank for his flame thrower to explo de.
Fictional last words in animated television series art
Note: Character was a pyromaniac mercenary hired to recover Jane. Revy shot him through the chest and caused the gas tank for his flame thrower to explo de.
Fictional last words in animated television series man
YOURE CIA!!!Who: Russell Note: A surprisingly skilled member of a Florida based crime family, Russell lost to Eda in a dual in the engine room of the Lagoon. It appears that she may have been willing to let him live, but he began rambling about having seen her once before in DC. She responded by telling him that her real place of birth was actually Langley, Virginia, which is the location of CIA headquarters.
Fictional last words in animated television series art
Note: A surprisingly skilled member of a Florida based crime family, Russell lost to Eda in a dual in the engine room of the Lagoon. It appears that she may have been willing to let him live, but he began rambling about having seen her once before in DC. She responded by telling him that her real place of birth was actually Langley, Virginia, which is the location of CIA headquarters.
Fictional last words in animated television series art
Youre evil! Youre the devil!Who: Chaka Note: Character was an arrogant enforcer of the Washimine Group who fancied himself to be a high class gunman. He intended to had a shootout with Revy, but she refused and instead left him to fight Genji. Genji cut through Chakas bullet, revolver, and arms, and then pushed him into a nearby swimm ing pool. His last words were shouted shortly before Genji pushed him underwater with the end of his swords sheath.
Fictional last words in animated television series words
Note: Character was an arrogant enforcer of the Washimine Group who fancied himself to be a high class gunman. He intended to had a shootout with Revy, but she refused and instead left him to fight Genji. Genji cut through Chakas bullet, revolver, and arms, and then pushed him into a nearby swimm ing pool. His last words were shouted shortly before Genji pushed him underwater with the end of his swords sheath.
Fictional last words in animated television series words
Yukio-Who: Genji Matsuzaki Note: Character was distracted by his master Yukio before he could carry out the final blow in h is fight with Revy. She used her leg to block his sword, and used the opening to shoot him.
Fictional last words in animated television series character
Note: Character was distracted by his master Yukio before he could carry out the final blow in h is fight with Revy. She used her leg to block his sword, and used the opening to shoot him.
Fictional last words in animated television series character
Now that Ive woken up, Ive realized your city doesnt have a place for me. I apologize for having troubled you. I think its best that I bring all of this to an end now.Who: Yukio Washimine Note: Character had realized that she was not fit to inherit the crime family of her father, but with her bodyguard dead and faced with no future, she committed suicide by stabbing Genjis sword through her throat.
Fictional last words in animated television series family
Note: Character had realized that she was not fit to inherit the crime family of her father, but with her bodyguard dead and faced with no future, she committed suicide by stabbing Genjis sword through her throat.
Fictional last words in animated television series family
Note: In the flashback. She calls out to her son Ichigo as he runs after a girl whom he believes will jump in the river. The girl turns out to be the Hollow Grand Fishers lure, and Masaki sacrifices herself to save Ichigo from the hollow Grand Fisher.
Fictional last words in animated television series self
Note: In the flashback. He had fought with a Hollow that had killed his wife, but was possessed by it, forcing Rukia to kill him. He regains his original self in his final moments before dying of his wounds.
Fictional last words in animated television series men
Note: In the flashback. She is dying of a disease, and asks her husband Byakuya to find her younger sister Rukia, but not tell her that she is her sister, and instead be her older brother.
Fictional last words in animated television series ya
Note: He evaded a move that froze a circle of ground made by Rukia Kuchiki by taking to the sky and was preparing an attack of his own when he was cut off, frozen in a pillar that the frozen circle instantly created in the entire area above it.
Fictional last words in animated television series zen
Note: Said after being grievously wounded in his fight with Ikkaku. He is referring to Ikkakus preference of introducing himself to those he kills.
Fictional last words in animated television series self
Note: He realizes that the soul Reaper fighting him and his fellow Arrancar have released the limits placed on them, returning to full power in the process. His opponent, Hitsugaya, tells him that he will not let him escape, and kills him with his Zanpakutō.
Fictional last words in animated television series power
Note: He was aghast when Orihime is able to healing Grimmjow. As then, Grimmjow stabs Luppi with his newly healed arm and finishes off Luppi off with his Cero.
Fictional last words in animated television series healing
Note: He had hoped to return to the Espada, and forced Ichigo to fight him at full power so that he could defeat him at full power and prove his worth. Ichigo defeated him, but allowed Nel to heal his wounds, an act Dordoni considered full of chocolate naive. Dordoni stays behind to hold off the Exequias and allow Ichigo to escape, thinking these thoughts to Ichigo before dying.
Fictional last words in animated television series hope
Note: She fought against Uryū, who defeated her and stripped her of her powers. She is referring to him sparing her life as she mutters her last words, before being taken away and killed by the Exequias.
Fictional last words in animated television series life
Why does this hurt so much!? It hurts!! It hurts so much!! I dont want to die! I dont I dont I dont I dont I dont I dont nononononononono
Fictional last words in animated television series hurt
Note: He has been stabbed through the glass jar containing his heads by Rukia. The bottom head begins to yell for Sōsuke Aizens help and feels betrayed since Aizen promised him that there would be no more pain. The top head curses Rukia before cracking in half and the both of them die.
Fictional last words in animated television series pain
Note: He was stabbed by Ulquiorra after Ulquiorra revealing his rank as Ulquiorra left him to die. But he was later revived by Orihime.
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