Princess Tutu

Season 2 Episode 25

Akt 26 - Kapitel des Junges: Finale ~ Der Nußknacker

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Aired Unknown May 23, 2003 on
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Akt 26 - Kapitel des Junges: Finale ~ Der Nußknacker
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Drosselmeyer wants the story to end in tragedy with many tears. Mytho decides to fight against the large crow who is supposedly Kraehe's father. Fakir is at the heart of writing the story, and Duck comes up with a plan, even though she has no power left, she transforms into a swan and dances with the prince to get rid of the crows in a small village. Later on, Mytho and Rue, together destroy the raven.moreless

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • Narration at the end of the Episode:

        Once upon a time a man died. The last story that the man had spun should have ended in extraordinary tragedy. However, the story turned out to have a happy ending. The reason for that ending was one little duck the man himself called into the story. And so, a man started to write a story. That story, overflowing with hope had just begun.

      • Introduction to the Episode:

        Once upon a time a man died. The man tried to continue spinning stories after his death but he couldn't seem to get his stories to develop. The man grinned broadly and called a duck into his story. The little duck tried her best for the prince and eventually surpassed her role as a duck developing an intricate love for the prince. However, as a mere duck she was destined to disappear in a flash of light. Yes. That was the fate that had been decided for her in the story the tearful conclusion.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Fakir: (Writing of Ahiru's pain and perseverance) Her small body was so badly injured that she couldn't even stand. But...To lead the Prince, and all of the people to a happy ending...Regardless of her pain, without losing hope, she continued dancing!


      • Fakir: (About Ahiru, writing her story) It's true that her dance was not as beautiful as Princess Tutu's. However, in the hearts of all who saw it, something that felt like a warming light, streamed into them with a feeling of reassurance!

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