Oh yeah, this reminds me that I still have to watch the golden age movie
you should feel no obligation, while they did a good job overall and with the eclipse in particular-besides cacsa's moans-they still skipped over plenty of important material, most irgeious of which being the fight with wylad excluded just like the fucking anime.
i remember getting spooked the first time I saw this one.
>might as well skip everything except for the count and call it a day
Are you sure you even enjoyed reading Berserk if you care that little about the plot and character development? Beyond that the Wylad fight is important because we get to see Zodd kill another apostle, the band of the falcon has their dreams crushed after they are exposed to Griffith's condition, we learn about the extremes the king is willing to go to to kill Griffith coupled with a brief history of human/apostle interactions, and finally without it we have no explanation regarding the destruction of Guts' original sword.
your opinion really gets me thinking anon. Sure is nice to know that SK, Guts & crew along, and Zodd along with all the other apostles are utter irredeemable shit.
right after the lost children ark when the knights of midland were going to that random town/city that was being ravaged by mudslides and the plague that Conrad was spreading across the kingdom through rats.
>I share the board with this kind of retard
you just gave me nostalgia feels anon, though onemanga started it all for me.
woah woah woah, this is a recent episode, I thought bagserk was dead?
>tfw it's over
>tfw hiatus again anyway
Mozgus wasn't supposed to be scary in his apostle form because he essentially took the form of an ark angel. Tbh if Casca were sacrificed it'ss likely that the effects of the brand would have been minimized to the extent that the mock eclipse might have been cut short and Griffith may not have been reborn. I struggle with the ethics of the conviction ark a lot because even though Mozgus was cruel, pretty much all of his victims were literal heathens that were cannibals and worshiped Slan.
Truly one of the greatest minds of our time!
Beat me on that one.
I made this back when the last chapter came out, never actually shared this here, I hope it's fine.
Last I checked Guts should be about 22 or 23 years old but considering the number of battles he has been in and the wounds he's endured it's not particularly surprising that he looks like he's around his late twenties early thirties.
I don't know man, ever since he got the berserk armor it's been like his age got shot up to 40.
That patch of white hair makes he looks very old
>ever since he got the berserk armor
that's it for you right there anon, not only is he sustaining heavy damage every time he fights, in order to even compete he has to use armor which uses his life force as fuel. I'd still disagree and say that he looks around the age of 28 currently though, which is still 5+ years older than he really is.
We don't know how many of the accused were actually heathens. It's pretty clearly implied that a large number of them were falsely accused for social reasons, and just said whatever the inquisitors wanted to end the torture.
The Slan worshipers were shitty, to be sure, but the Mozgus' inquisition is just as bad.
I disagree, we can see quite clearly here that the insinuation of the middle panel is that the majority of pagans recognize and worship casca for the witchcraft she showed at the ceremony and I am inclined to believe that Mozgus was correct in his and Puck's interpretation that the two brands were jointly responsible for the gathering of dark spirits.
Yeah I did it back then with the umaru scans I think. All for the sake of replies.