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    Particularly Starlight (not the Muse one), when Bedivere facing Goddess of Rhongomyniad
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    Random fact: Starlight (the Muse one) was my groom entrance song.
    Random fact 2: the clapping rhythm in the chorus of Starlight (the Muse one) spells T-I-T-S in Morse.

    Back to topic,

    I love the bittersweet endings. Arcueid True, Continuation of the Dream, etc.
    As the size of an explosion increases, the number of social situations it is incapable of solving approaches zero.

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    OMG you know that T*ts thing XD
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    i like how simple people like Mikiya can be found in abnormal situacions and act normal afterwards, then again him acting normal no matter what might be something abnormal on its own

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    I really like the recurring narrative tropes and how they are executed.

    Like when the good guy explains to the villain why he sucks, and then kicks his ass. (Sometimes they do it the other way around, to keep it fresh.)

    Or when an immovable object is pitted against an unstoppable force, and the narration explains why one of them beats the other.

    Or how the protagonist moving away from his established core values often triggers a bad end.
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    As the size of an explosion increases, the number of social situations it is incapable of solving approaches zero.

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