She was useless from the beginning and became more and more useful as time went on.
>useless crazy bitch who burns down mansions >useless knight commanding a bunch of posers >babysitter who can't keep track of a retard >successful babysitter >magi apprentice >fully fledged sorceress, a bulwark against evil
I just finished Berserk. Great series but I was a little underwhelmed with the finish. Does anyone know where to get the manga in bulk? I'd like to get physical copies but I don't want to order one book after another
>>120941864 I'm not willing to forget years of her mentally unstable behaviours that made me want to punch someone. Plus, come on, we've seen her history, I can't accept that someone like that is going to be reformed into a decent human being. She should be even more fucked in the brain after all that has happened.
>>120932041 >I just want Farnese to be relevant again She will be.
I can garentee it. But only once they get off that damned boat.
She's going to learn magic and shit and the wizards/witches are going to tell her to tap into a deep emotion. Some emotion which will give her power.
And that will be her passion for fire and burning things.
That's when Crazy Farnese will come back.
>>120940550 Once she needs to have a major character change. Cutting hair is a sign of change. Letting hair grow is a sign of character stagnation (hence why Casca's hair is long, it's because she's autistic)
>>120941981 Sadistic, but not a slut by definition. Wanting to be with someone doesn't make you slutty. >>120942069 History is history. Being born and raised in wealth almost necessarily corrupts people, but hardship can sometimes fix them, which is what happened here. There's no evidence she isn't reformed. >>120942149 I saw that on rule34, and it really was gross.
So, I've been marathoning the fuck out of Berserk. I found a download for the first 25 volumes of the not shit translation, and I just finished reading all of them. Where the FUCK do I find the other volumes for the good translation? I need to keep reading this shit, and I don't wanna switch over to the bad translation after all this time.
>>120942235 >unless they're in extraordinary circumstances Which sort of fits her case
>brooding father >born in rich family so she can't just whore herself without being given an insane amount of shit >forced into religious organisation who are probably preachy as fuck about keeping your virginity >bitchy attitude >the only person she felt an emotional connection rejected her and thus has a hateful opinion of all men in general (though I just see it that way, it might not be true)
You can imagine their backstories in relation to their powers. Conrad was the guy who used words to manipulate Griffith. And he uses rats to spread disease. His main collective negative emotion is famine and disease.
It's easy to assume he was a politician or figurehead who's words moved people. He likely used disease and starved people to death for politician gains and must have had massive influence on the world.
Ubik is a bit hard to figure out. His main collective negative emotion is mass insanity. Though I don't see what sort of person would fuck people in groups to make them insane but he must have apparently relished in it.
>>120942380 Conrad is very relevant, it's just that people don't understand how insane he is because he never puts himself in front as the main audience (basically hiding in the background which I think was the intention. Only being persuasive when he needs to and letting others do the work for him)
Ubik just doesn't give a fuck and loves to fuck with people.
>>120942508 Slan is absolute pure sex incarnate. You can tell Miura spent more attention making sure every single body part was perfect. In a goddamn world where every single women already have perfect bodies.
>>120942515 If you remember correctly, her parents were always absent. That's one of the reasons why she was so angry. And I doubt her servants would have tried giving her orders, like to stay inside at all time.
As for the order, it never prevented anyone else from having sex. Remember those knights paying prostitutes? But anyway, she pretty much showed she felt guilty about sex and wasn't going to fuck anyone.
also, I'm curious to know what the intentions of the god hand members (aside from Femto) are. Void seems all about karma and all that shit, Conrad may only care about spreading the plague, but for the other twos I have no fucking clue.
I may be missing something about Slan, it might be related to the Qliphoth, but as for Ubik I'm clueless. Maybe as >>120942515 said he just wants to fuck around
He was the wiseman mentioned by Mozgus. Void was likely some sort of leader of a cult that pissed off Gaiseric.
Someone postulated that Void seems to be disfigured similar to how Griffith wears the helmet he was tortured with. It's easy to speculate that the mouth disfiguration was caused by torture which is an interesting point.
After Void became a God Hand, he came back to earth similar to how Griffith came back. Skull Knight even mentioned how ''this is exactly like before''.
And after coming back to Earth, Void used his godlike influence (similar to how Griffith affects people around him) to gain a mass following. Then he sacrificed everyone to open a portal for the God Hand to come down on Earth. This can be seen in the ruins of the tower of conviction where all the skull have the mark on their forehead. Marks are done at random (Guts getting it on the neck, Casca on the breast, etc) but all of those skeletons show the same location. This suggest to me that they carved the mark themselves with a knife.
And by this, Void was able to bring the 4 other God Hands on Earth. Gaiseric somehow defeated all of them and Void was sent back to the Astral to become the first God Hand.
>>120942857 I agree with some of what you say, however, the sacrifices in ruins feel more connected with Skully than Void. When the 4 angles mentioned in the story came, the city was still standing, assuming that Skully king tried to oppose them, the sacrifices might have been his doing.
>>120942696 >Maybe even Conrad as fuck You cheeky fuck.
>>120942795 >I may be missing something about Slan Slan seems easy to understand if you imagine her as your typical beauty which moved countries sort of woman.
Basically having kingdoms and kings fall for her beauty in a literal fashion and her just being an actual whore, getting people to collectively have orgies and not give a fuck. The whole ''men would give their entire fortunes to simply have a night with her'' sort of backstory which, although cliche, really seems like the sort of woman Slan represents but with more baggage. It's also possible she was a figurehead in the whole pagan goat orgy feast which the Church was against. If she was the 2nd God Hand member, a full 864 years passed since her influence which is enough to fuck the land. This is enough time for the cult to gain roots in popular influence.
Effectively making the two main moral institution under the direct influence of the God Hand. And not only that, but making both of them at war for no fucking reason.
Void likely created the Church that is still worshiped.
>tribe warfare everywhere >everyone keeps fighting for no reason >decide to unite the land >create empire >all is good >faggot ass cult taking roots in your kingdom >snuff out the leader and send him to be tortured and executed >he somehow escapes >comes back >he becomes a messiah and his influence seems to rival your even though you're the goddamn Emperor/king of the land >faggot brings his followers to your main city and gets them to execute themselves in mass by carving their forehead >fucking angelic beings come from the sky >sacrifice your entire Empire to destroy those assholes >sacrifice your body to remain alive so you can finally kill the faggot who destroyed your kingdom
Gaiseric had a hard life. He's like Griffith + Guts all in one.
>>120942795 >I'm curious to know what the intentions of the god hand members (aside from Femto) are They want to cause the Apocalypse, which they already did.
The Apocalypse started the moment Skull Knight cut and opened the Astral world. This is a very subtle reference by Miura which is brilliant in a way.
When the Astral is open, you see all of the God Hand and their main negative collective emotion as they come our the Physical world.
You see Slan with bodies in a corridor which resemble a vagina. You see Conrad coming out of rats and skulls. You see Ubik and mass insanity of weird characters. And you see the brain of Void.
What is interesting to note is the picture from Ubik. It's actually a reference to a famous pictured called the Garden of Delight.
On the left on this image, you can see paradise. In the middle, you can see the world, all its weirdness and whatnot. But on the right, it's hell and the apocalypse. Basically, Griffith has now brought about the Apocalypse is what Miura suggests.
Which makes sense, the entire world will be fucked over by fantasy monsters with a single safe heaven IN THE ENTIRE FUCKING WORLD.
The God Hand have effectively trapped the entire human race by making the world toxic and grouping humans into a single spot for harvest. My theory is that each of the God Hand are fueled by negative collective emotions.
Void is indoctrination from religion. Slan is collective sex and taboo. Conrad is the collective fear people have during disease area and time of plague Ubik is mass insanity. Femto is mass sacrifice.
And IoE is the strongest of all; our need to have a purpose for human suffering.
The God Hand are going to use Griffith's kingdom as grounds to fuck with the population, sacrifice them and fuel them. Sections of Falconia would be given to different God Hand members to do whatever they want. Like Slan getting thousands for mass orgies, Ubik getting thousands to become insane, etc.
>>120943804 >Elfenheim might be the one other safe haven Maybe. Though I don't know how long that will last. I still think that once Griffith becomes king and Guts gets Casca back, something will force both sides to clash. I still think that Guts will stop his revenge altogether once he gets Casca back.
But what's interesting is that both sides are furthest apart and at opposite ends.
Contrast is a big theme in Berserk (Good versus evil, human vs inhumane, Guts being tall and strong versus Griffith who is smart and slender, etc)
Guts will have his own safe heaven in Elfenheim while Griffith will have his kingdom. What's interesting to note is the contrast.
Griffith needs to be crowned king by the pope for it to be actually official and for him to sit on his throne. This has been referenced again in the last chapter which I doubt was a coincidence. Guts will achieve a minor goal (fixing Casca's mind) and Griffith will accomplish his lifelong dream of having a kingdom once he gets crowned king. Notice the contrast?
Once Griffith fully becomes king, we'll get to see Guts again.
And what I think will happen is that both of those men will fuck their loved one.
Guts will have passionate love with Casca again. And Griffith will be forced to consummate the marriage with Charlote.
What I hope will happen is the same thing Griffith did to Casca. Basically fuck her brains out. It would be hilarious is simply having sex with Femto just fucks you because of how bad it is.
Just imagine a braindead Charlotte as queen, it's just hilarious. Guts gains back the woman he loves while Griffith destroys the woman he's supposed to love.
>>120943839 >I can't wait for another "Griffith did nothing wrong thread" if that happens Also, it's why that faggot ass knight is doing his damn best to sell the idea that Falconia is a paradise.
Everyone is happy. Kids are having fun everywhere. Magical shit is commonplace. The king is just, fair and open. Food and shelter for everyone.
It's all made to show how great of a place Falconia is just before the curtain is removed to show what a death trap it really is.
The downside to all of this is that Erika is going to die.
Griffith letting the God Hand fuck over the kingdom is going to lead to her demise. Rickert mentioned that she's the only thing he cares about and the reason why he even came to Falconia. Rickert even laments that he doesn't understand how Guts feels because he wasn't at the Eclipse.
Now, don't you think Rickert will understands how Guts feels once she's dead? It's going to happen, I know it.
>>120944138 Well, you know, more braindead. A byproduct of incest leads to staring like a cow. But, her just acting like Casca would be a downgrade from just whispering Griffith's name and shit.
>>120944328 >There are many things I don't agree with Which parts don't you agree? Anything constructive would be nice. Although I think I've figured out most of the plot and themes, there are still some things which I don't know and can't predict.
>>120944216 Rickert might be leaving after this and seeing the demon arena. At the very least be a lot more alert. I'm almost sure that his and Erica's escape route is that flying thing that the ex-Kushan magician is keeping.
>Oh shit, Kushan was an actual indian empire that I just dicovered while checking if I spelled Kushan right
>>120944478 Well there was a mention of a break-in so I wonder where that will go. If you can break in, then surely you can break out.
The way I imagined it is that Rickert, although mad at Griffith, will stay in Falconia because there's nowhere else to go. And Falconia does seem like a good place to live.
Erika would vanish one day and Rickert would try and look for her. He would stumble somewhere he isn't supposed to and find Erika's remains or something indicating she's been killed. That would be enough insentive for Rickert to understand what Guts felt in the Eclipse and for him to leave.
I would love for Rickert to just start going apeshit, trying to tell everyone that they're all going to be slaughtered and that it's a trap, without anyone giving a fuck and ignoring him. That would be funny.
I don't think Rickert seeing the demon area really scared him enough for him to leave. Everyone knows about the Demon army. It just seems to me like a home for the Apostles but it might also be where the God Hand send the population to be sacrificed and whatnot. I dunno.
It would be interesting, since they now showed the Demon area, that it's where Erika's remains are found since Rickert was given a tour of the place. So he would have a reason to check the place out rather than a secret door saying DO NOT OPEN.
>>120944447 for instance, assuming that's what you think will happen, Guts finding a save haven in elf island doesn't seem probable to me. Unless Miura has lost its evilness, it's likely something bad will happen once they get there.
It's kind of foreshadowed by the fact that (if memory serves me right) he still owns a bejelit, and the whole 'elf king can save casca from autism' seems a bit fishy to me. Not that he wouldn't be able to, but we all know how smoothly things go in Berserk
there are some things you said I really like though, like the void and apocalypse ones
>>120944307 Not really. Casca's the true leader of the Hawks, so she would be the one commanding the army anyway. I just think you should post in a way that doesn't make you come off as a raving lunatic.
>>120944774 I really don't know anymore. I feel like, even though Miura has no right to fuck us over again, he still will.
>>120944672 I don't see that happening. That would imply that Erica would be singled out and killed before the mass chaos happens, which seems very improbable.
You just want Rickert to join the anti Griffith club, but as far as I've seen he already is against him and does not need further reasons. Guts was right, he wouldn't be able to hate Griffith, but he established that he does not think that this Hawk/Falcon of light is Griffith anymore.
Furthermore, if Erica was going to be killed off, Miura wouldn't have established the connection with the Kushan magician and the ex hookers, he's making these encounters in preparation for a survival group. And I still think that flying creature is going to be the escape route int he end.
>>120944708 I honestly think, because it's ironic, that the Behelit Guts is holding will be used by Griffith in the end. It might not happen but it would be hilarious if it did. That the thing Guts held the entire time is what saves Griffith in the end.
Much like Void became the first God hand, Griffith would also become the first God Hand. But what I think the Behelit will be is a temptation for Guts to use it. Testing his humanity as he could have all the powers he would want literally at his fingertips.
I do agree with your disagreeing with Guts finding a safe heaven because it would slow down the plot. I just think it fits narratively with Guts simply giving up on revenge.
Since his overall goal (killing Griffith) made him ignore Casca, he promised to protect her and I think it's quite possible he might end up trying to seek out Griffith to just be happy with Casca.
But 'something' will make him return to the mainland. I have no clue what that something is but meh. I haven't seen anyone guess what will happen once Casca returns to normal.
I know that they have to stay there for awhile because loli witch and Farnese will need wizard training. And Ishido will likely also get some training. So there's going to be a lot of time alone on the island. I'm expecting a lot of SoL.
This fits with the contrast we're getting with Falconia getting some exposition. Once Falconia gets some coverage, we'll see how the Elf Island works. Seeing the two sides before both sides start to head towards the other until we reach a full on war.
>how smoothly things go in Berserk True but it's magic and shit. This is really the only place left to cure Casca. It just has to turn out well somehow.
>>120944996 I still have a bad feeling about Guts' companions. I fear they will all get brutally murdered somehow.
>It just has to turn out well somehow.
I agree, the Elf King will probably be able to cure her. I'm not expecting it to be easy though, I doubt it will go like 'oh you wanna get her cured? Good! *snaps fingers* there you are', and I actually fear the consequences of her newfound normality because of the whole 'she might not like getting her sanity back'
>>120944881 >That would imply that Erica would be singled out and killed before the mass chaos happens, which seems very improbable. I don't think she will be singled out. I think it's the opposite.
Because there are so many people in Falconia, singling out people would seem too obvious. If you pick people at random, no one will notice. And this is how I think Erika will die.
Rickert and Erika just doing their own shit and whispers about one person or so just not showing up for work or whatever. In a city of possible thousands/millions, I doubt people would care if a thousand or so people vanish at random.
Erika would be one of those people.
As for Rickert joining the anti-Griffith club, that's more speculation on my part.
The only reason why I think it's going to happen is because there's been foreshadowing of 'a legendary battle that goes beyond the history books' With one side with the noble church knight commanded by Griffith and the other filled with witches, mercenaries and whatever is left of the Kushan army and kingdoms who didn't want to go to Falconia.
Berserk has been showcasing people will skill on the human side and Rickert is one of them. Roderick being a very good naval captain. Farnese's father having money to be the singular person who decides wars and can finance them singlehandedly. He would be able to finance a mercenary army That Bridge Church knight who's strong. Silat being a master assassin. Serpico being a master tactician.
All those people are likely going to be working together in the future. And Rickert seems like the sort of person with 'legendary skills' similar to those people.
So, how would you make Rickert go from being comfortable in Falconia, to seeking to find Guts? What possible reason would Rickert want to find Guts?
The most obvious answer to me is that he experienced what Guts felt and knows Falconia is deathtrap. I don't see any reason or way for Rickert to even leave Falconia without a drastic even like Erika dying.
>>120944936 He could just be putting these characters into Falconia to show us how the creation of the city is positively affecting its inhabitants, and how people like them will be the true victims if it's a death trap like we all suspect. Luca, for example, started out from humble beginnings as a prostitute running from her plague addled village, but her reaching out to Casca and protecting her fellow brothel sisters won us over, and she ended up as one of the few characters in the series to be in a better place now than she was initially as the proprietor of an inn/bathhouse. We don't want her to get hurt.
>>120944996 >But 'something' will make him return to the mainland.
Casca can make him give up revenge, but that doesn't mean they have to give up fighting. Even if they live peacefully, so long as they have the brand, they'll end up condemned. The same could be true for all humanity now, but that's just one thing that would be better to fight for than revenge.
>And Ishido will likely also get some training.
Guts and Azan's swordplay just don't suit the nimble Isidro. When Casca gets better, despite her loss of muscle she'll still probably have her reflexes, agility and knowledge of the human body. Her style of fighting was only really to pinpoint and strike vital points of the human body in order to quickly cut down vast amounts of enemies in succession, so that would be much more suited to Isidro than what he's up to at the moment. The only real challenge there would be having Isidro accept a woman teaching him.
>>120945129 Something like Guts entering her mind or Casca going on some bizarre inner journey would be more sensible.
>>120944862 >I really don't know anymore. I feel like, even though Miura has no right to fuck us over again, he still will.
I'm still debating if Miura's take on Beserk in recent times is just preparation to make the mind-fucking all the sweeter for him. Its become almost Shounen at times that I just don't see how an apocalypse event isn't real close.
>>120945163 The whole people not showing up thing doesn't seem likely now that the Apostles are being made to devour Astral creatures instead, but it's more a matter of preference than being a strict dietary requirement, if you compare how many humans Zodd has killed (thousands) to how many he's eaten (zero in retrospection)
>>120945219 I think I'm just sad after yesterday's episode of GARO. A lot of us felt like we were completely blindsided. With Casca, whose main mystery now is what exactly she wishes for, there is a LOT of room to fail. Even if it succeeds, it's unlikely that she can bounce back to the warrior she was before, but I'll never blame her for that.
>>120945176 >Casca can make him give up revenge, but that doesn't mean they have to give up fighting. Of course not. What I think will happen is that Guts and co are going to return to the mainland and just have some JRPG dicking around until they get to the main storyline (learning about Falconia and that humanity has been trapped by the God Hand and Griffith) Guts will have forgotten about revenge but duty will be what brings Guts to fight Griffith again.
Until that point, Guts can ignore his revenge and simply focus on trying to make his DragonSlayer live up to its name by slaying a dragon.
>Ishido being trained by Casca
Now that would be interesting. I really like that idea. Guts training him for muscles and Casca training him for flexibility.
Goddamn it, the kid is truly going to be insane by the time he grows up. Makes me wonder if we're going to get a time skip once Casca becomes normal again.
>Griffith gets crowned king >all is well >go back to Guts >he gets off the boat >Casca returns to normal >Guts lets go of revenge >time skip >whispers about people vanishing >Erika vanishing >Rickert escapes >loli witch and Farnese becoming talented witches >Ishido being trained by both Casca and Guts >something making Guts and co go back to the mainland It would be interesting. Not fully convinced it would happen but it's out there.
>>120945304 People are not going to be sacrificed for the Apostles but for the God Hand directly. Whether or not the Apostles will be used is too vague to speculate.
While people are posting theories on the next couple of chapters. >Crew arrives on Elfhelm and surprisingly it's still a paradise of elves and magic users. >Like Schierke can now travel within Guts' mind, the elf king offers to use his magic to send Guts' soul into Casca's mind. >He goes through with it and they have a long awaites reunion within casca's head. There's a lot of arguing but Guts eventually helps casca break down the barriers she built up around herself. >Her memories flood back and she becomes lucid again, not running in spaz mode. >Schierke super mad that she's not the only one to share a headspace with Guts anymore but fuck she's not about to break up this reunion.
>The party asks “what’s next?” but Guts just says he’s grateful for the help, but the party is done, and that with Casca cured he’s happy to live out his days here. Nobody is particularly happy to hear this, especially Casca who feels Guts is being an asshole to the people who gave so much for them >Before they can get too settled a party of apostles invades. >Griffith knows that there are more magic users on the island and is still hunting them down.
>The magic users and elves are slaughtered. >Casca witnesses just how deadly Guts has become as he mows down the apostles. >However he soon goes dogmode and Casca learns the unfortunate side effects of the armour. Luckily Schierke manages to cool him down, although at this point the armour has become so resistant she fears she may not be able to ever do it again.
>Skully intervenes and helps clear up the remaining apostles
>big survivor meeting about the state of the world after the destruction of Ganishka. (Insert SK flashback here)
>The hawk of darkness prophecy is passed around and the rest of the party learn about Griffith.
>Guts’ plans to live peacefully shatter
>As long as Schierke is with them Griffith will hunt them down. She may well be the last magic user alive.
>The magic users and elves are slaughtered. >Casca witnesses just how deadly Guts has become as he mows down the apostles. >However he soon goes dogmode and Casca learns the unfortunate side effects of the armour. Luckily Schierke manages to cool him down, although at this point the armour has become so resistant she fears she may not be able to ever do it again. >But it's too late, Guts finds the dead corpse of Caska between the tons of dead. >It's not clear if Guts killed her or she was killed by the apostles
>120947373 >Crew arrives on Elfhelm and surprisingly it's still a paradise of elves and magic users. >Like Schierke can now travel within Guts' mind, the elf king offers to use his magic to send Guts' soul into Casca's mind. >>He goes through with it and they have a long awaites reunion within casca's head. There's a lot of arguing but Guts eventually helps casca break down the barriers she built up around herself. >Her memories flood back and she becomes lucid again, not running in spaz mode.
>>120953409 Another thing is that, you imply that the magic users are incapable of defending themselves. I have a theory that the wizards and witches on Elfhelm live there solely out of some agreement with Void, that they can live peacefully so long as they don't meddle with human affairs. Flora disagreed with this and outcast herself as a result, but is still respected by the other mages even after her death. This little theory is just to explain why Elfhelm doesn't bother helping humanity when even the little Schierke can do so much for others. It definitely seems like something that should be brought up.
>>120942355 >Try to download this torrent >Client no longer knows how to connect to peers >A quick google search reveals that this is the most ambivalent fucking problem and there's a million possible solutions I just want to read an actual real translation of Berserk Is that so hard
>>120942515 >His main collective negative emotion is mass insanity. >Though I don't see what sort of person would fuck people in groups to make them insane but he must have apparently relished in it. Ubik is the smartest and most cunning of the bunch. I bet Guts will have a hard time going up against his dastardly machinations.
>>120959464 Ubik really doesn't seem to me to be the sort of guy to be a politician.
He reminds me of Hugo Strange from Batman from the look of his glasses and his creepy ass face. Maybe Ubik was a doctor of some kind and was curious about the human psyche?
Conrad seems to me like the kind of guy who would talk to you and change your entire worldview. Conrad was the one who talked to Griffithand changed his world view while Ubik showed him his subconscious idealism.
One anon speculated that Conrad was Minister Foss. I disagreed but you can see the resemblance. Both men are bald (lol coincidence) but both seem to be very influential and manipulate using only words without taking center stage. I just think Conrad went a step further and fucked around kingdoms by using plague and famine for more power.
>Ever heard of Saul Alinsky? No sorry.
>>120959535 >Ubik is the smartest and most cunning of the bunch. I dunno, they all seem smart. Void might be the smartest since he keeps preaching about karma. It's really hard to tell. Though Ubik really seems like the guy who would just fuck over a kingdom for laughs.
>>120961473 >Ubik was obviously a banker Hmm, possible. I just don't see what the subconscious would have to do with being a banker.
Void was the messiah of a cult and preached karma. Slan was a figurehead slut, possibly for the pagan cult. Conrad was likely an influential Minister Foss type guy but with more influence who likely used plague and famine for power.. And Griffith was the leader of a very successful mercenaries.
Every single person in the God Hand, to me, were very important people who likely fell down from grace hard. Just like Griffith did. But how does a banker fall down from grace?
And I just don't see how much power a banker could have compared to what Void, Slan, Conrad and Femto had as past lives.
And being a banker doesn't really relate to the subconscious.
>>120961805 while I don't think he was a banker, it could very well be.
Remember Farnese's father? If memory serves me right, he's (also) a very powerful banker and pretty much every kingdom needs his support if it wants to start a war. He may have been a banker with that degree of power, or even bigger. With that kind of job, he would have to be very manipulative and persuasive, and also a little sneaky backstabber.
I don't know, it works for me, but again, I don't think he was really a banker
>>120962285 >Remember Farnese's father? If memory serves me right, he's (also) a very powerful banker and pretty much every kingdom needs his support if it wants to start a war. He may have been a banker with that degree of power, or even bigger. With that kind of job, he would have to be very manipulative and persuasive, and also a little sneaky backstabber. That's my point, what does Farnese's father have to do with the subconscious?
>>120962378 You do have a good amount of material to read, but it's really not worth catching up to at this point. I wish I never read Berserk in the first place and just avoided it until it finishes. I'd probably be retired by then
>>120962409 it may be only related to Ubik. If he was a sociopath by nature, acquiring all of that wealth couldn't really have benefitted his mental status. Being so wealthy and powerful puts you above the law, and if you're batshit insane like someone (Henry Howard Holmes anyone?) you could start some pretty fucking weird experiments and researches with humans (in Ubik's case, to study the human mind) and whatnot.
Then he fell from grace and well, some serious shit happened.
Then again, It's just stupid speculation, I really don't think this is what happened
I wish these threads weren't about tripfags whenever one shows up, for once. If they post some stupid shit, just ignore them like you should do with general shiposting
Anyway... After Falconia do you think we're going to see maybe a chapter in which they see land from the ship and in the next one they finally get off the fucking boat, or is it going to be more painful than that?
This is probably the best berserk thread i've seen in months.
Anyways, when casca get healed on elf island, I don't think Guts is going to give up on his revenge. Do you think he'll forget all the shit Griffith has done and is going to do? Guts' rage is a fire that can't be put out. Even if it costs him his life.
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