Homura repeats the inevitable cycle of despair and death, but when she travels into another timeline, Madoka's personality seems a bit off. Some magical girls shouldn't survive this timeline, but Homura will keep them alive for Madoka's safety. However, when Madoka becomes stricken by an arrow of love, the crush goes overboard, and changes the chances of surviving the Wapurgisnatch's attack.
I don't own Madoka Magica.
I don't own the music.
I don't own any of the pictures or videos.
There are cliches in the book.
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"If you use your wish to grant someone else's, you should know exactly why you're doing it. Are you really doing it for someone's benefit, or the opposite, you're doing it for the person's everlasting gratitude?"
-Mami Tomoe, Episode 2
((Alright I'm going to frank with you: I don't ship Homura with anyone (lol)! Even Nagisa, because she's REALLY young, and to be in a relationship with someone way older than you would be pedophiliac. *Coughs* MamiNagi *Cough* Any ship with younsters and older people *Cough* etc. bad ships))