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  • The Lunar series has a few. One of the most prominent is the ending, wherein Alex reunites with Luna, just as the Goddess Tower starts to collapse, and the rest of the team has to run without them. They stand on a nearby cliff, and watch the tower fall into the ocean, and can only assume that Alex and Luna died in the crash. When the normally tough-as-nails Jessica and wisecracking Nall BOTH start bawling their eyes out, it's almost impossible not to shed a few tears yourself. Good thing that both Alex and Luna reveal themselves to be perfectly fine a few seconds later.
    • Then there's the first ending of the sequel, where Lucia decides to return to the Blue Star, leaving Hiro to helplessly watch her walk out of his life. Then comes the epilogue, where Hiro decides to FOLLOW HER THERE. Lucia's tears of joy upon seeing him on top of that crystal-thing of her's gets this troper every time.
  • Eternal Blue had a really big one at the end of Lucia's quest to find the goddess Althena. What does she find? The goddess', aka Luna's, final message, left when she was a grandmother. The moment you see Luna like that, it just hits full-force: Everyone you came to care for and love in the first game...is gone.
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