Quotes from Blast of Tempest (TV, 2012)
Zetsuen no Tempest: The Civilization Blaster
Hakaze Kusaribe: There are no convenient miracles, and there is logic that should be inviolable.
Aika Fuwa: Everything happens for a reason. The daily tragedies and misfortunes are all meaningful events, leading toward an ideal conclusion. With that in mind, there probably isn't really any meaningless misfortune.
Aika Fuwa: Summer stars are so unscrupulous. They shine without thought or care. ... They try so hard to display their radiance. Trying to let us know they exist before they disappear. I admire that simple, honest wish.
Yoshino Takigawa: A girlfriend isn't something you get just because you want one. You meet someone you like, and you want to spend time together. That's why you'd want them as your girlfriend, right?
Yoshino Takigawa: What, exactly, would change if I wanted revenge, was consumed by hatred, or went insane with rage?
Hakaze Kusaribe: To lose the woman you loved, not even being able to grieve... If not a tragedy, what is it?
Hakaze Kusaribe: When you do something for the man you love, instead of for the world, it's easier to decide what must be done.
Hakaze Kusaribe: Even if he hates me, being able to die with the knowledge that the one I love will never forget me... There is no greater happiness a woman could desire.
Hakaze Kusaribe: What's wrong with wanting to keep the man you love out of harm's way?
Aika Fuwa: The subtle light that is born when people's feelings come together. That light embraces felicity, evil, sin, and happiness. The light blazes forth... illuminating the whole truth.
Mahiro Fuwa: Butterflies have always been said to carry souls of the dead or to bring bad omens.
Mahiro Fuwa: We don't know if this world is real or a dream. Maybe the world till now has been a convenient fake. But magic will probably disappear now. The dream is over.
Megumu Hanemura: There's something I want to tell you. A story about those who seemed to have lost something. But were able to gain something by coming together.
Mahiro Fuwa: To you, life was just something you acted out and ended, all according to someone else's script. That's why you were always quoting Shakespeare... However, Aika, I say that you were wrong! You did what you shouldn't have, and didn't do as you should have. Because you relied on someone else's script, you were wrong. ... I won't live my life by another person's script. Not by "Hamlet" or "The Tempest". I don't know how many years in the future it will be... But I'll write and act my own ending.