I honestly liked Ciel's true ending the best. My reaction was very much in accordance to that chart, but it was more specifically "Holy fxuk that was just freaking awesome." It's unfortunate for Arc, but it's hard to deny the adrenaline rush in that scene. I don't know why people dislike Ciel so much. Everybody talks about the "But she tries to kill you" part, but they have no problem loving other characters that do exactly the same (Sacchin, for only one concrete example. She loves you so much she's just going to rip your limbs off and use your torso as a hug pillow at night. Funny thing is that the dialogue in her final scene is freakishly similar to the scene with Ciel's attempt on Shiki, but the roles are suddenly reversed and Shiki is far more the monster to poor Sacchin). Somehow whenever I consider this, the hilarious concept of a mandated "separation of church and porn" pops up in my head, and I can't help but laugh at the thought. Conversely, both Arc n' Ciel's good endings were just plain boring to me. And with no offense intended to either Arcueid or Kohaku, when it comes to endings that make you cry over loss, they really do have nothing on Key's characters that leave you simply devastated. All the Akiha endings (or more specifically the route itself) had only one emotional effect on me:
"Will all great Neptune's ocean wash this blood
Clean from my hand?"
But perhaps what was really most unfortunate of all is that by the time I got around to Kohaku's ending, I was pretty burned out on Tsukihime (and on Kohaku's route itself, which was very intense). I knew I was seeing something very touching, and I knew intellectually what emotions my heart was gathering from it (the warm teary ones), but I was numb as a corpse at that point.