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Old 04-09-2010, 03:18 AM   #5
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Re: Favorite/Saddest Deaths (or near death scenes

I have to go with Zabuza too. The way he chose death, and chose to die honorably at that. The way he died by attacking all those ninja with just a Kunai in his mouth, still fighting until he could no longer move after being stabbed several times. The way that Naruto's words got to him, and the fact that Kakashi gave him a grave and left his sword as his tomb stone. Zabuza was a demon all the way, but u wouldn't have believed his reputation by the way he chose to die when he could have just ran off and healed to fight another day. He went out like a true G and gave Haku the respect he deserved for protecting him, especially considering that he was brought up in the Bloody Mist, and probably had the best coming of age story ever in that village.
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