Only those who were close to Madoka and possess strong wills can remember her. The two get up and depart, and the scene cuts to Kyousuke as a famous violinist; as the audience applauds for him, he is struck by a memory of the hospital and says Sayaka's name. There seems to be less conflict among magical girls on the new world with the new system in place. However, even with the new changes in place, giving the universe a new hope, it is not enough to deter the fate of all magical girls when they die or run out of magic. Episode one of just about every magical girl series starts out the same way: the protagonist meets the cute animal mascot and becomes a magical girl. Now that her wish has come true by signing Kyubey's contract, her mind is clear and she doesn't seem to regret becoming a magical girl.
However, this could be due to Homura retraining her weak body every time she starts again in the hospital and not be a result of accumulated strength. Urobuchi says that he can't say it's not right; it's quite something for a middle school girl. The idea of an eternal existence is pretty damn horrifying, especially if there is still a risk of the universe coming to an end at some point. It's really an interesting situation, what with her not having any beginning or end. The resulting paradox removes Madoka from the universe.
It's kind of jarring, and I'm not sure what to make of it. Madoka somehow dies from her wounds from the battle. It underlies the system , but it also seems to thematically reflect the ways our hopes are often. During a talk with Madoka, she admits finding herself worthless, not unlike Madoka does in the timeline of other episodes. I'm surprised she's willing to just let Madoka run off at the end of it all, but I guess without understanding what's really going on she's imagining that Madoka is doing something much more mundane than sacrificing herself. And that, after so much physical and psychological pain, so much suffering was lavishly piled up on those girls… The more I thought about it, the more it seemed to me that this was just perhaps the one perfect ending for this show.
However, curses continue to haunt humanity in the form of Magical Beasts or Demons of unknown origin; it is the role of magical girls to defeat these monsters, gather their curses in the forms of small cubic fragments Grief Cubes? She proceeds to go outside, but is stopped by Junko. Hearing that Hitomi is taking it hard sucks, because she really hasn't done anything wrong, and doesn't even have the faintest idea of what's going on. Aoki says that she was only useful until halfway through, but she was glad to be part of the staff. That enormous with two halves of a face? Oh Fuck No Homura getting her leg crushed was fairly rough, but watching as she gives up on any hope that was left inside her was so much more crushing. I take this to be Madoka finding a way to show the girls some hope or good that came of it so they could smile at the end. Instead of being protected by her, I want to protect her! So she wakes up, unaware of what she looks like, and just happens to meet Kyousuke.
Madoka Kaname, an eighth grader of Mitakihara middle school, is one of t. She has to watch the suffering of Madoka and the other Magical Girls over and over again, and the outcomes are crueler with every timeline. They're glad they get to see everyone's reactions, sorta. It was bittersweet, didn't feel forced and was, on the whole, quite satisfying. Please keep in mind that they are fanmade theories, and not official material. Saitou asks about the overall background style, how the backgrounds are wide open. Next they talk about Madoka's request here; it's really intensely sad.
But we can still care for each other, and that Madoka embodied. They then talk about how they didn't really do a lot of retakes; the recordings were very raw. Most likely, these events are taking place in one of many timelines that fall between Timeline 4 and the timeline shown in Episodes 1 through 9. Kyoko giving her blessings here is also nice, since she had said that she'd never allow Madoka to make a wish without knowing it's what she wanted. Just in case you weren't paying attention during Episode 3, it would fit in with the crowd.
Evidence against this was the different shape of witch in the two sequences, and different coloring of the scene. Don't get me wrong, it's still really sweet, and I was still crying throughout, but it still just feels a bit silly having Madoka's mom go on about so many little details. Her Soul Gem is near total corruption. Sayaka's Funeral I was kind of expecting that we'd have to deal with some kind of fallout from Sayaka's death, but this is pretty miserable. Kinda liked it better with the star bodies : I read the lyrics for the opening finally, and it was pretty solid stuff.
Good thing the roommates are out of town at the moment. The Bar Well, at least someone has noticed that Mami went missing. The End of Witches I'm not sure if I'm supposed to know who all of these people are, since it looked like Cleopatra and Joan of Arc were present, but regardless, there's some neat character designs. At least one element from the franchise is rendering them valid. From the opening scene, we get what we presume is a flash forward or premonition of what looks to be the final battle. There's also the matter of conditions of life, though I think that gets into a messy argument. After several desperate but unsuccessful attempts to defeat Walpurgis Night, Homura runs out of time.