Saddest Akame Ga Kill DeathsWhich character's death in Akame Ga Kill is the saddest in your opinion? It's going to be hard to decide since a lot of characters died. I want all of them to be first but you have too vote one.
She was a great character ... I connected to her so fast in such a less screen time. I expected she would die when they have shown the character in which she was changing... Also, her death was depressing
Episode 17 of Akame Ga Kill is the most devastating and heartbreaking episode ever. Kurome is the blame for Chelsea's death! I hate that Kurome for killing poor Chelsea!
I personally break my heart to see her death in episode 17. They did Chelsea wrong, she's doesn't deserve to be treated badly! One day, I will be talking to the author about this.
Why did she have to die when I started to like her. She didn't die in the manga like what? Her death didn't make any sense, it could've been avoided if Tatsumi ignored her and took her to a hospital or something, underrated anime, underrated character, and underrated death.
She was my favorite character in the series, and she truly went out protecting someone she cared for. A true hero. She deserved better.
Her death scene was just the saddest.
The more I looked into Seryu's psychosis, the more I realized how tragic of a character she was...
1. She was basically brainwashed by Esdeath
2. She's nice to the citizens who live in the town
3. She said to Mine and Sheele "Bandits like you are the reason my father was killed in the line of duty! " Meaning she probably had a very traumatic childhood knowing her father was dead
I'll agree Tatsumi had it worse but I actually feel bad for Seryu...
I know, I know! She killed Sheele but try to develop empathy. She was absolutely brainwashed.
The man loved her, but didn't have the chance to tell her. He dies thinking it will be a glorious end, but when we get out of his point of view his death seemed more pathetic then anything else
He was sure a great character...almost every character made me depressive, but him rlly had me heartbreak, it was so sad
He never told the boss that he loved her.
His death was both sad and dumb, he died a heroic death saving people, but he didn't receive as much gratitude and attention after his death especially as the main protagonist and defeating the strongest imperial arm wielder, the emperor. He also could have been saved if he had been treated quickly right away and his willpower should have saved him also (where the plot armor at? )
He didn't have to save the people but it was the right choice for being a rebel who is trying to change the kingdom and not a good choice for breaking a promise with your comrades/firends.
Tatsumi lost everything in his final mission and when he dies we find out the tribe doesn't even know what happened to him. He died as a nobodu
He didn't deserve to die. I can't imagine how his wife and child suffered. Also the way he died was sad too. He just wanted to help a little child and it was the reason he died.
Really sad for him to die and leave his family behind.
He's not really a bad person
Saddest death for me
Thinking about her past with Akame... It's just sad. She thought that her sister who she cares the most betrayed her and joined the bad side.
Wasn't expecting her to die that way, I really thought she was going to make it. Really sad.
Died with a smile
Her whole last scene was exceptionally emotional, beautiful, yet so sad
I wish she lived
I know it happened very early, but I SOBBED for hours. I think I was mostly sad because I really liked her as a character and I wanted her to keep going.
Why did she have die? What did she do to deserve this? Man it is always the nice characters. I wish she got more screen time.
Her death was the saddest, I was crying in class after watching it for like a half hour.
Why why why? I was starting to think she and tatsumi would make a great couple.
Though she was the villain but her death was sad.
Really loved tatsumi
Bruh bulat died as a noble hero, passing on the torch. His death hurt me because he did everything for mc in his final moments