Come up with a plausible way to defeat them and the Idea of Evil because it's clear that Miura doesn't have one.
I just need to throw the manga to the fire. There. I win.
Guts and Griffith team up to defeat the evil oppressors!
>Griffith and Guts finally fight
>Griffith just absolutely shitting on Guts
>Guts looks dead
>Griffith picks him up
>he says some witty shit
>Guts says some witty shit
Muira was found dead in his apartment the earlier this morning.
Witnesses say they couldn't even recognize the body at first, as he was covered from head to toe in kitchen knives that had been shoved all the way down to the hilt.
It was also noted that while nothing was taken from his house, although all of his goods apparently related to [email protected] were thrown in a pile and burned.
Something tells me that's Miura's actual plan.
Guts keeps struggling and powering up, eventually becomes and equivalent to Skelly Knight
He learns to accept that he cannot defeat the Idea of Evil. All he can do is combat it for eternity.
Guts defeats Griffith and prevents his supreme evil world ending plan, but it's a bittersweet ending because the masses still saw Griffith as the messiah and his death causes Falconia to crumble, sending mankind into a new dark age where they learn to cope with the magical creautres that are now a reality.
Or this. I wouldn't be surprised by this.
Guts and his comrades of the final arc will essentially turn into new Godhand. Or maybe transcend shit and power so much they eventually tab into some
forcesthat basically turn them into into Godhand's Godhand and let's them fuck their whole universe in the Feast of Feasts.
Miura knows what he's doing stop this "Miura a hack" meme already
Guts will probably use the beheilt to fight Griffith and the end go to a deep monologue of how he became the true monster and he isn't better than Griffith. for the name of revenge he ends up like skull knight.
probably be like a devilman manga ending
This was the first time Guts ever felt betrayed and used by Griffith too.
Convince the IoE in a lengthy discussion that humans don't want the evil in the world but that they are stuck with it due to their nature. The IoE decides the best way to fix this is to end itself by rebooting the world so that there is no need for it. Everyone dies, everything ends, the end.
>Miura knows what he's doing
He admitted that the Griffith/Guts dynamic wasn't planned and he came up with it because he wanted to give Guts a reason to be angry:
>Miura: And so when the God Hand showed up in the manga, Griffith still wasn’t all that important yet.
>Really? I figured that you must’ve had the antagonism with Griffith in mind from the start.
>Miura: I think there were a bunch of things overlapping in my mind, and they start coming together around the third volume of Berserk. First of all, if Guts is angry, there is going to have to be an object of that anger.
It exists outside time anyways so there will always be humans.
It all comes together by dubs. That kid looks a lot like Griffith too. I wonder if his death will be a callback to this too. Maybe it'll make up for Miura's being a lazy fuck if he ends it full circle.
>given the ability to become a demi-god and recreate your appearance in any way you want
>turn yourself into a fat ugly leaf octopus, or stumpy slug man, or BDSM ayy lmao
The fuck is wrong with most of god hand
I really don't think he can pull this off.
He gave the god hand near omnipotence and the ability to warp space. Skull knight with a fucking dimension cutting sword was child's play for Femto.
That should sound like it should be some fan-fiction shit but no, Miura was confident enough to go with it.
They can't change their appearance.
Notice how Femto/Griffith's head is shaped like the helmet he wore and Void's face is mutilated which is what happened to the wise man (his former self).
Slan having a bdsm outfit just means her human past had some lewd stuff going on.
I can only imagine what the others asked for
>I want to be a fat cockroach with a human head
>I want to be an upsidedown flower with a human head
>I want a gigantic ass brain that sticks out of my head and hooks peeling back my mouth at all times
>Notice how Femto/Griffith's head is shaped like the helmet he wore
And you don't think it's possible he intentionally choose to look like that himself?
I mean, he choose to wore it as a human. He clearly liked how it looked.
You only can hurt the godhand by being outside of casuality.
Flora was the only one ever shown to be a threat to them.
Skullknight is to brainzilla as Guts is to femto. They're both struggling against the tale, but not outside of it completely.
However brainzilla never tainted skullknight's waifu's fetus and imbued it with the Godhand's (beings outside the tale) essence.
This is probably what'll happen, although I'd put good money on Griffith fucking up even without the moon child.
His aspect is Ambition, he's going to get too big for his Godboots and pull something fucking stupid and maybe take Slann and Conrad with him as he tries to fuck the Idea of Evil up because they're small time.
Honestly, Guts could probably get away with living in Elfland with Casca and ending his journey there, Griffith is a shoe-in for a third strike.
Slan is gonna join Guts because he's the ultimate male specimen and she just wan fuck. And Slan is pissed at the godhand because they got senioritis as soon as femto showed up.
The Idea of Evil is something that was created by humans' need to blame something else for all their problems, rather than accepting responsibility for them. It will persist until humanity is ready to accept its own faults and no longer needs to rely on the existence of an absolute evil to support its own fragile ego. So in other words, humanity will have to either die out or evolve to be better people to defeat it.
However, I think what the manga is building up to is the antithesis of the Idea of Evil. The Idea of Goodness must also exist in such a world, and it will surely appear at the end to offer hope.
I like the way that concept is handled in The Wheel of Time if you've read it.
Basically the MC captures the force of evil and sees what would happen if he destroyed it. It's a world where everyone is basically mind controlled into being pure and good, but everything feels hollow. He decides not to destroy it and instead locks it up because he acknowledges that that force drives peoples personalities and make people into who they are and needs to exist.
What I am hoping for from the ending is this sense of beautiful inevitability. That sense of realization that it couldn't have ended any other way, but you still fully respect how it ended and you genuinely want to take time and consider what that meant for the story as a whole.
Is there any reason for why Idea of Good WOULDN'T exist?
Seems pretty logical and easy way to balance things out.