Top Ten Saddest Madoka Magica DeathsMadoka magica looks cherry and fun but some times moments make you cry like these vote for which one pulled your heart strings the most
I don't understand why, but this death always hurt me more than the other deaths like Sayaka's or Mami's. I guess it's because she's my favorite character, but the way she died... She died trying to save her friend, and although she couldn't save Sayaka, she at least was able to destroy her in witch form. Sacrificing herself like that was very powerful to me.
The saddest part about Kyoko's death is that she chose to die so that her friend wouldn't be alone. She died for the sake of her friend. Kyoko is the sweetest character I have ever known.
I like Kyoko Sakura because name is easy to say and my sis favorite. By QiXian
She died safing a friend which are so heart breaking and she didn't give up
When Sayaka died, I was devastated. She died with a shattered heart, which is the worst kind of death anyone could ever suffer. She didn't just wanted to kill the witches for the grief seeds, but she wanted everyone to see that she could be their savior.
Sayaka was one of my favorite characters and her death did not go down easily for me. All she ever wanted to do was be a hero. Kyoko even died trying to save her. And everyone was devastated at Sayaka's death, it broke my heart. She never meant to make the mistakes she did, and the worst part is that her last words were, "I was stupid... so stupid."
I loved this character because she was fierce and energetic. It seemed she had an everlasting light inside of her. We never would have suspected how this light would fade. We miss you, Sayaka.
What happened to Sayaka was truly a tragedy. She had such a pure heart and her love for Kyosuke was so true that despite of knowing how dangerous being a magical girl is, she still made a wish to heal him for which in return she faced a fate of combat. She did all of this for him! But what's so sad is that this wish of hers brought her own demise. Her feelings, reactions and character was so realistic that it affected me the most! The entire anime is sad but Sayaka's arc made the most impact on me. One of the main themes in the anime which is "when you wish for someone's happiness, someone else's joy must be cursed in return" was so nicely depicted in her case. Moreover, she wanted to fight for justice but it wasn't long until she started to discover how bad many humans are and she started to actually question herself about what was she fighting to save if people themselves were so evil. Her arc was like an introduction to reality and she's indeed one of the most tragic characters out ...more
I cried when she became a witch. And more when Kyoko sacrificed herself. Especially when the And I'm home song played. I cried even more! And what does Kyousuke Bieber(because both Bieber and Kyousuke sound like girls Instead of boys. In fact If Kyousuke joined American Idol with all the judges as Belieber girls instead and sang baby, the judges will declare him as winner and say that he's a professional! And even cry to tears of a oh so"amazingly stunning"voice)say after his childhood friend's death? Nothing! He didn't even thank him for what she did! Instead, he goes off with Hitomi who didn't gave a fudge about him being in the hospital! I hate Kyousuke and Hitomi. What kind of friends are they?
Sayaka only wanted to help someone and some girl took him away. Sayaka didn't want to kill witches for grief seeds but to be a hero and have a true heart. And Kyoko died trying to save her.
Sayaka Miki will always have the saddest death I've ever known.
I cried when Madoka died. She wasn't my favorite character... Homura Akemi was my favorite but luckily she didn't die. Madoka's death was amazing though. Sayaka's death was sad, but you could see her death coming because she didn't listen to any advice of saving herself. Mami's death was sad too, but Mami wasn't there the whole series and nobody really missed her that much. It was different with Madoka. Madoka died by sacrificing herself for all the magical girls who had to feel pain and betrayal. She saved them from becoming witches. She reinvented the universe saving others while destroying herself. None of her closest friends and even her family remembered her except for Homura. Madoka died peacefully. Yet sadly.
Madoka's death was devastating as the main character she made the biggest sacrifice for saving her friend Homura by making a wish no magical girl thought of making by erasing all witches ever to live. The wish was to big and manage to re creat the universe and died while doing it and it erased every persons memory of her exept Homura and junko her little brother
I loved Madoka, I bawled like a baby at her death...
Well, Madoka didn't really die...
In the short time we knew Mami she was expressed as a role model and guide for the girls. Before she died she opened up about how alone she was all this time and we get to recognize her as what she is...a young girl. But just as she started to feel secure about fighting along side friends she dies, and in those last few moments I imagined that she felt anything but secure.
She was my favorite character in the anime and when she died I was angry and sad at the same time and after finishing the anime I was thinking about it a lot and it makes me really sad. She was just trying help people, that was her only goal and she ended up dying while doing it, I find that depressing.
Mami did NOT last long in fact she lasted about 2 episodes she died while trying to show madoka and sayaka what being a magical girl was all about. While fighting a witch mami was killed
Watching Rebellion and reading the different story makes me even more sad about her dying in the main serious. She was so sad all along and just wanted someone to save her from her loneliness:(
Homura didn't really die, but she became a witch. Even worse. Homura death was sad because she only wanted what was best for Madoka. Homura became a witch by getting depressed that Madoka became a god, and she could no longer see her.
I feel bad for Homura especially because she was a main character and really shaped the journey of the magical girls.
Homura didn't even die. But, we still mourn her turn to a witch and losing her soul.