Why is this better than Guts and Casca?
>start reading berserk
>loving the shit out of it for a while
>turns into shounen shit after he forms posse with that dumb kid and priest girl
>have to force myself through this troll arc
does it ever get good again?
Don't forget Farnese isn't into vanilla shit either.
>want to start reading but also want rewatch the series
>decide to rewatch and then just jump to where the anime ends
>hear that I have to read from chapter one to not miss important stuff
I never learn
Not really. We knew next to nothing about her other than what we saw until she was given a backstory to explain her behavior and to develop until she's the character she is now.
There is no other way than to read it. Get over it already.
>I wonder what happens when a magic-user becomes an Apostle.
Probably this guy.
retard speed reader. she was a ultra-masochist that had a great propensity for empathy, her sadistic behavior was a side affect of being raised as nobility. She would self-insert as those that she tortured, and feel pain from their pain.
That's why the characterization makes sense, because she had so much empathy she was able to find a more constructive activity to channel it into. Thus retard raising sim/conversing with spirits and magicks
I think she'll have a special talent for healing magic.
When is she gonna drop the whole crush on the demon lord and run off together with Irvine?
Guts is better off with Schierke anyways.
She's gonna take the shieldbro route and die, turn into a spirit, and live in his sword.
Somebody doesn't have a bag.
Irvines probably dead as fuck somewhere down the line.
>Irvines probably dead as fuck somewhere down the line
no he's not, he is my pure fuccboi and he's gonna survive Guts' rampage or whatever because he's in the forest helping orphans.
Early Golden Age Griffith or Late Golden Age Griffith?
Griffith didn't only lose to Guts on the hill because Guts had gotten stronger, Griffith was also weaker from not fighting in most battles for the past few years, instead being caught up in politics and leading an army, wheras when he met Guts he was still the humble leader of a mercenary band, nothing more, and actually had to fight on the frontlines by himself.
Plus the biggest factor was his indecisiveness during the fight resulting from his feelings toward Guts, but that doesn't matter much at the moment.
Early, battlehardened Griffith could beat Serpico, but Serpico would win against softened, nobleman-wannabe late Griffith.