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Death Parade

After death, either Heaven or Hell awaits most humans. But for a select few, death brings them to Quindecim—a bar where only pairs of people who die at the same time can enter. Attending the bar is an enigmatic figure known as Decim, who also acts as the arbiter. He passes judgment on those who wind up at Quindecim by challenging them to a life-threatening game. These games determine if the patron's soul will reincarnate into a new life, or be sent into the void, never to be seen again. From darts and bowling to fighting games, the true nature of each patron slowly comes to light as they wager their souls. Though his methods remain unchanged, the sudden appearance of a black-haired amnesiac causes Decim to reevaluate his own rulings.

Score: 8.15 out of 10
Death Parade: The truth is, there are no lives that are nothing but pretty.
Death Parade: It's not just grief. There are as many emotions as there are people. The fragility of someone who lets their anger get the best of them... The strength to overcome fear because of love... You can't comprehend anything about them.
Death Parade: It's only obvious that the world is a cruel place. If you can't change the world, then you have to change yourself!
Death Parade: Everyone lives with the sins they've committed.
Death Parade: I say... that people do not live just so that they can someday die. It is because they are alive that they someday die. There is no point to living. The same goes for judgment. Judgment must be performed hand in hand with both life and death. It is something that must be performed hand in hand with humans.
Death Parade: Everyone Makes Mistakes. But people's feelings can manifest through the most subtle of expressions.
Death Parade: I'm sure it's not wrong for people to want to understand each other. And even if it is, I want us to understand each other.
Death Parade: Humans all behave the same way, like idiots. They all forget that someday, they're gonna die, so the moment they come face to face with death, they cling to life.