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Title: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Sareth on May 16, 2018, 09:16:50 AM
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Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: jackson_hurley on May 16, 2018, 11:57:00 AM
Thx! Just pre-ordered mine.  :guts:
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Mangetsu on May 22, 2018, 11:27:23 AM
episode out
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Squiddot on May 22, 2018, 11:34:18 AM
Oof. 9 pages. I guess this is the price we gotta pay for such quick releases. It's a shame we didn't get anything major this episode but at least there's nothing left to attend to now.

Nice fight.
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Walter on May 22, 2018, 11:50:41 AM
The mystery of the thicket revealed!  :ganishka:

Cool to see Zodd tear into the hydra. I was surprised such a creature required a triple-team of apostles to take down though. Of course, I also didn't realize it could immediately pop a new head.

Too bad about the strange shortness of this episode. From 15 pgs, which was noticeably short last time, to 9 (not including the new title page) is a bit disheartening, given that this is now effectively a HALF length episode.


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It's a shame we didn't get anything major this episode but at least there's nothing left to attend to now.

Indeed, but I kind of expected that resolution near the front end of this episode, with more revealed afterwards. I guess that's coming in (3) though.

Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: jackson_hurley on May 22, 2018, 11:51:31 AM
That was short... but oh so sweet for a fight! Zodd against the hydra was amazing!
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Sareth on May 22, 2018, 11:57:04 AM
RIP giant king 2018-2018
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Bohdan on May 22, 2018, 12:09:47 PM
Someone on Reddit said that this is an addition to Episode 356, that's why it's so short. If it's true, it makes sense, maybe YA editors or Miura himself chop those pieces so we don't get hiatuses.

So technically it is still 356, I think. It's going to be less confusing in the volume.
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: MrFlibble on May 22, 2018, 12:10:13 PM
  :zodd:"AAAARGH HELP ME GRUNBELD"

 It's interesting to see the return of the monster types teased at during the blast of the astral world. Since Miura likes to recycle established story elements, I wonder if we'll get to see the headless horseman or the swamp monster as well. I was wondering if they were going to use a type of elemental creature, one which couldn't be captured easily by giants, however the Hydras regeneration ability makes it more than a match for the elite aposltes. This is the first battle where the three of them worked together to take an enemy down.
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: jackson_hurley on May 22, 2018, 12:17:16 PM
Someone on Reddit said that this is an addition to Episode 356, that's why it's so short. If it's true, it makes sense, maybe YA editors or Miura himself chop those pieces so we don't get hiatuses.

So technically it is still 356, I think. It's going to be less confusing in the volume.

Could make sense indeed. It would put the episode to a total of  24 pages. And since there is no classic title in one of the pages (and we already knew it was gonna be called Jotunn (2)) but some kind of "previously on" page just at the beginning, could mean the case. Meaning we might get another one in june.

Anyways, back to watching the art because it is incredible as always. (I almost got scared for Zodd)
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Archer1215 on May 22, 2018, 12:17:54 PM
I think this is the most active we’ve seen Griffith in combat since his incarnation. Riding down the length of Grunbeld’s neck, leaping from his horse, and stabbing the Giant King in the eye has to be one of the coolest stunts he has ever pulled off. I’m also glad that Zodd, Grunbeld, and Irvine got to have their moments against the hydra. It’s cool to see the Band of the Falcon working together like this. Hopefully there are more engagements like this in the future. (Where art thou, Locus and Rakshas?)
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Squiddot on May 22, 2018, 12:25:49 PM
It seemed like the reveal that the hydra regenerates didn't really affect anything in this fight. Zodd's only got so many hands he would have needed Grunbeld to nuke it anyway! Maybe Miura plans to use them again in the story.

Speaking of the hydra, my first thought when i started really looking at its introduction was "there's nothing stopping that thing from devouring those giants right there." But Miura was one step ahead of me, because the very next panel it does just that  :ganishka:

That tiny burst of "giant speak" we see is pretty cool too.

Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: DANGERDOOOOM on May 22, 2018, 12:54:37 PM
Ah, I see he brought back a Griffith classic. Stabbing people in the eye with his sword.
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Aazealh on May 22, 2018, 01:07:05 PM
Cool to see Zodd tear into the hydra. I was surprised such a creature required a triple-team of apostles to take down though. Of course, I also didn't realize it could immediately pop a new head.

Yeah I loved seeing Zodd just into the fray. Seeing him bite into one of the heads kind of reminded me of my cats for some reason. :void:

The fact the heads regrow make sense: it's faithful to the mythological depiction of the hydra. That being said I agree it wasn't a given, and it's interesting to see that a seemingly "random" critter like that requires teamwork from Griffith's lieutenants. A reminder that while they make it look easy, these creatures aren't pushovers.


Too bad about the strange shortness of this episode. From 15 pgs, which was noticeably short last time, to 9 (not including the new title page) is a bit disheartening, given that this is now effectively a HALF length episode.

Yeah it is indeed very short, to the point where the previous episode and this one could have reasonably been a single issue. That might be a compromise in order to maintain the monthly releases.

Ah, I see he brought back a Griffith classic. Stabbing people in the eye with his sword.

But with a leaping strike! Pretty cool indeed. While this episode was basically just eye candy, I have to say it was premium grade stuff.
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: jackson_hurley on May 22, 2018, 01:16:58 PM

But with a leaping strike! Pretty cool indeed. While this episode was basically just eye candy, I have to say it was premium grade stuff.

For sure! And that amazing panel where we see Griffith coming in the giant's eye reflection. Feast for the eyes.
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Delta Phi on May 22, 2018, 01:23:56 PM
Ah, I see he brought back a Griffith classic. Stabbing people in the eye with his sword.

Said the same thing. "Ah yes, classic Griffith!" It put a smile on my face.

I enjoyed what little we got, but it is a bit concerning just how short this episode is. I would feel better if this was just the second half of Jotunn (1), but with the swift demise of the leader it seems pretty reasonable that this is Jotunn (2) after all. Here's to hoping there's a few missing pages that will come out with the JP release!

I guess as long as Miura is telling the story he wants to tell, the length of the episodes won't really matter. Besides, once compiled into a volume the ending of one episode and the beginning of another is often imperceptible once you're engrossed. I just hope we don't start getting skinny volumes  :troll:
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Walter on May 22, 2018, 01:54:23 PM
Someone on Reddit said that this is an addition to Episode 356, that's why it's so short. If it's true, it makes sense, maybe YA editors or Miura himself chop those pieces so we don't get hiatuses.

So technically it is still 356, I think. It's going to be less confusing in the volume.

It's worth discussing, but far from conclusive. Consider that that episode number was edited by the Korean scanlators. There's a possibility they mistyped it. It's a big enough change in the production (one episode published across 2 months) that I'd rather see the title in Japanese before hanging our hat on this possibility. However, 356 (15 pgs) + "357" (9 pgs) does equate to one large-sized episode (24 pgs). So it's not a crazy thought. Just a whole new ballgame.

In any case, it certainly looks like each release was structured around an episode-ending climax, which is standard with Berserk. But if shorter releases become the status quo, my concern is that if each release builds to a climax in a shorter page count, that could effectively change the way the story is told.

While this episode was basically just eye candy, I have to say it was premium grade stuff.

Speaking of "eye candy" check out the juice coming out of the hydra's eye!  :beast:
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Gobolatula on May 22, 2018, 02:04:41 PM
There were a lot of great artwork in this episode as always. I enjoyed seeing Zodd tearing into that hydra.
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Bohdan on May 22, 2018, 02:15:30 PM
Let's hope that this is somehow one time incident, because pacing would be terrible with more episodes like this. Sure, art is great etc. but it just doesn't work well this way. Hiatuses or not, 9 pages episodes would kill this manga.
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Walter on May 22, 2018, 02:26:30 PM
Hiatuses or not, 9 pages episodes would kill this manga.

Let's not get ahead of ourselves, man. Not sure how much I can stress that we shouldn't conclude anything yet. We're dealing with scanlations at this point.
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Aazealh on May 22, 2018, 02:30:18 PM
It's worth discussing, but far from conclusive. [...] However, 356 (15 pgs) + "357" (9 pgs) does equate to one large-sized episode (24 pgs). So it's not a crazy thought. Just a whole new ballgame.

I've been super busy these past few weeks, so I hadn't actually checked out the title of episode 356. But I just did, and it turns out the way they named it specifically says "part one". Not as in (1) for the first of a series of episodes, but as in the first part of the episode itself. So I actually do think this is really "episode 356, part 2" and not episode 357.
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Bohdan on May 22, 2018, 02:46:14 PM
Btw. isn't Zodd's horn getting bigger? It seems that way to me.
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Sareth on May 22, 2018, 02:49:24 PM
I've been super busy these past few weeks, so I hadn't actually checked out the title of episode 356. But I just did, and it turns out the way they named it specifically says "part one". Not as in (1) for the first of a series of episodes, but as in the first part of the episode itself. So I actually do think this is really "episode 356, part 2" and not episode 357.

So maybe the thread should be retitled, then?
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Aazealh on May 22, 2018, 03:23:34 PM
So maybe the thread should be retitled, then?

Yeah, but that can wait until we get confirmation directly from Young Animal.
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Walter on May 22, 2018, 04:29:27 PM
So I actually do think this is really "episode 356, part 2" and not episode 357.

That's the best case scenario, then. It means the strange brief pacing of the past two releases will be limited to the episodic experience, not the volume experience. I'm fine with that, particularly if it facilitates more regular releases.  It's just a shame that it comes with a cost of less to discuss each month (in this case, quite a bit less).
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: jackson_hurley on May 22, 2018, 04:49:02 PM
That's the best case scenario, then. It means the strange brief pacing of the past two releases will be limited to the episodic experience, not the volume experience. I'm fine with that, particularly if it facilitates more regular releases.  It's just a shame that it comes with a cost of less to discuss each month.

I'm wondering if this is gonna turn into a new kind of standard. Probably not for all the next episodes to come but maybe when one said episode can afford it (like in this case during an action sequence that can be cut in half) to avoid some hyatus? Like Walter said, it could facilitates the releases.

Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Cyrus Jong on May 22, 2018, 05:38:42 PM
Disappointing that we got such a short episode this month. I thought that the previous one's less-than-average length was partly a result of the longer-than-average 355, but I guess that isn't the case. If this really is the result of an episode being split in two, I really would like to hear the reasoning for it, and if it's going to be a more regular thing from now on, but I doubt we'll be getting any answers on that front.

Cool to see the hydra again in any case. This guy seems like he's bigger than the one we saw in Volume 34 though, considering how tiny the Jotunn look next to him. Now, I don't know if it's a malevolent creature or just an animalistic predator, but I can't help but feel a bit sorry for it after all the crap it goes through here (and likely before, when the big hairy guys captured it).

Zodd leaping into the fray the second it appeared amused me more than it probably should have. I can't help but think he's all like: "Oooh! Oooh! I call dibs on this one!"

Griffith certainly took down the chieftain in style, though I was kinda hoping the big guy wouldn't quite bite it just yet. I thought maybe we'd get a bit of insight into he and the Jotunn's perspective on this new world, the puny little monkeys that suddenly showed up, and those big freaky things are now killing them. But maybe they're just too primitive to be worth reading into.

Ah well, this is all just setup for the next plot development. Hopefully, we'll start to see where things are going next month.
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Aazealh on May 22, 2018, 06:46:31 PM
Cool to see the hydra again in any case. This guy seems like he's bigger than the one we saw in Volume 34 though, considering how tiny the Jotunn look next to him.

I think the scale is off in the first two pages. The giants should be roughly the same size as Zodd, but here they look minuscule next to the hydra.
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: jackson_hurley on May 22, 2018, 06:54:35 PM
I think the scale is off in the first two pages. The giants should be roughly the same size as Zodd, but here they look minuscule next to the hydra.

That's because they're teen warriors. They're not fully grown yet.  :ganishka:
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Keratos on May 22, 2018, 07:04:38 PM
That's because they're teen warriors. They're not fully grown yet.  :ganishka:

Even though that was probably a joke it kinda makes sense that the ones with the Hydra would be younger and the ones fighting in the front lines are older.
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: NightCrawler on May 22, 2018, 08:25:48 PM
Pure filler, even if pretty.
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Mangetsu on May 22, 2018, 08:28:09 PM
Pure filler, even if pretty.

You need to learn the meaning of filler
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Theozilla on May 22, 2018, 09:30:34 PM
Just to be sure, the "ominous large shadow in the thicket" Sonia mentioned in the previous release was definitely referring to the Hydra correct? We shouldn't expect some other entity to still be lurking about, right?
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: jackson_hurley on May 22, 2018, 09:42:39 PM
Just to be sure, the "ominous large shadow in the thicket" Sonia mentioned in the previous release was definitely referring to the Hydra correct? We shouldn't expect some other entity to still be lurking about, right?

I think so..
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: NCHaskew on May 22, 2018, 11:55:28 PM
Glad to see another Fantasia beast show up--almost like checking off the list introduced in volume 34. Hopefully this means a dragon's up next  :ubik:
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Cyrus Jong on May 23, 2018, 01:38:30 AM
Just to be sure, the "ominous large shadow in the thicket" Sonia mentioned in the previous release was definitely referring to the Hydra correct? We shouldn't expect some other entity to still be lurking about, right?

I would only expect another critter to show up if it's meant to be a narrative twist. And it's way too early to pull that sort of thing off.
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Aazealh on May 23, 2018, 05:02:23 AM
Just to be sure, the "ominous large shadow in the thicket" Sonia mentioned in the previous release was definitely referring to the Hydra correct? We shouldn't expect some other entity to still be lurking about, right?

Yes.

Pure filler, even if pretty.

This is the continuation of what we saw last month, and its purpose is still the same: setting the scene of Griffith's military campaign before the story develops from here.
I get how the release schedule can be frustrating, but this is actually the opposite of filler.
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: DarkAdin on May 23, 2018, 01:36:46 PM
No matter how much time passes, Griffith is still getting things done.  :griffnotevil:
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Faded on May 23, 2018, 03:17:35 PM
Epic art work, I don't feel as concerned as others about pacing.

I'll take what I can get, and if doing a half-episode release every now and then helps fill in the gaps then so be it.

Do you think that with the resolution of this battle, that we have a change on PoV for next episode? I know that Miura likes to show a little bit of action regularly so maybe this Griffith battle was a way of getting some of that in before flipping back to a mountain of Guts and Casca dialogue?
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Aazealh on May 23, 2018, 03:36:25 PM
Do you think that with the resolution of this battle, that we have a change on PoV for next episode? I know that Miura likes to show a little bit of action regularly so maybe this Griffith battle was a way of getting some of that in before flipping back to a mountain of Guts and Casca dialogue?

Nah, that wouldn't make sense. Like I said in the previous thread, this battle is merely a cool introduction to something else. You should expect there to be at least a few episodes from Griffith's side before switching back.
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Faded on May 23, 2018, 05:28:17 PM
Nah, that wouldn't make sense. Like I said in the previous thread, this battle is merely a cool introduction to something else. You should expect there to be at least a few episodes from Griffith's side before switching back.

If that's the case I can imagine Grunbeld squaring off against an actual dragon in the next episode will make for some finger licken' artwork, so I personally hope that is the next Fantasia creature that Griffith encounters.









Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: BiQ-- on May 23, 2018, 05:40:14 PM
Nah, that wouldn't make sense. Like I said in the previous thread, this battle is merely a cool introduction to something else. You should expect there to be at least a few episodes from Griffith's side before switching back.

Somehow I have a feeling we're going to check on Rickert & co. before we see Guts & Casca again. I would normally have absolutely no qualms about it, but ... well.. now...
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: MiyamotoPuck on May 23, 2018, 06:02:13 PM
Beautiful, but so short.. :judo:
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Proj2501 on May 24, 2018, 03:52:44 AM
Quite the thrill to see Zodd have some trouble with the hydra. Griffith's finishing move was elegantly fitting.
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Menosgade on May 25, 2018, 10:52:01 AM
The drawings on Zodd are pretty powerful. I could feel his savagery right after he reaches the hydra and imagine the heat of battle and blood spilling. Chillling stuff.
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Faded on May 25, 2018, 03:14:23 PM
I like how through out this entire ordeal, the giant king had yet to even stand up from his chair. :ganishka:

There's oblivious, and then there's not realizing you're about to be skewered like a cocktail olive level obliviousness.   :rickert:


Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: bulleit on May 25, 2018, 04:38:25 PM
I like how through out this entire ordeal, the giant king had yet to even stand up from his chair. :ganishka:

There's oblivious, and then there's not realizing you're about to be skewered like a cocktail olive level obliviousness.   :rickert:

I think another way to look at that is that Griffith and the Apostle's attack was so fast that he didn't have time to stand up. In the last episode we see him drop the bell indicating that he was alerted to danger. However he still couldn't react fast enough to do more than put his hands on the arms of his chair to try to stand up before he got a sword through the eye. I think it seems like more time passes because of the layout of the panels.
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Faded on May 25, 2018, 05:09:45 PM
I think that this was at least a partially planned battle on the Giants part, they had formed a battle line and had ranged units placed in a strategic defensive position, as well as a pet hydra on stand by. He should have known he was in danger and would have had time to react if he had more intelligence than common pond scum.

Not to say that it would have made a difference honestly. Reaching for a weapon would have just meant dying in another possibly less awesome manner. "Even if they are mighty, none can stand in the way of the Hawk!"

Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: bulleit on May 26, 2018, 12:26:05 AM
I don't disagree that they planned the battle or had a strategic reserve (the hydra), but that doesn't mean they could react in time to an offensive push that the Apostles and a member of the God Hand are capable of. I don't think it is unreasonable to assume that the giants were somewhat complacent and used to being the biggest and baddest on the battlefield. All of a sudden they are assaulted by an overwhelming force and caught flat footed. Due to the shock and speed, the King didn't even make it out of his chair. I think you underestimate the speed at which the battlefield can develop and the time it takes to orient to an unexpected situation. That is less dependent on intelligence and more dependent on arrogance.
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Theozilla on May 27, 2018, 05:59:45 PM
Since its seems to have been confirmed that the most recent release was in fact Part Two of Episode 356, besides renaming the thread, how should it be recorded in the sites' Episode table archive?: http://skullknight.net/images/eps.htm
Should it be counted as two for the "# releases" with a *note stating that one episode was split apart or should it be vice versa?
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Walter on May 28, 2018, 12:52:34 AM
Since its seems to have been confirmed that the most recent release was in fact Part Two of Episode 356, besides renaming the thread, how should it be recorded in the sites' Episode table archive?: http://skullknight.net/images/eps.htm

Pretty simple: Through the magic of merging cells! Also, for convenience, I switched over to this URL a few months back: http://skullknight.net/releases

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Should it be counted as two for the "# releases" with a *note stating that one episode was split apart or should it be vice versa?

Boy, that's more thought than I've ever put into that column :ganishka: I think it counts as two releases,  yeah. Hakusensha is gaming the system a bit, but it is technically two consecutive releases in Young Animal, even if they add up to one episode at the end of the day.
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Archer1215 on May 28, 2018, 12:24:49 PM
What are you guys going to do for the podcast this month? Will you do another volume re-read since this month’s release is so short, and simply cover the second half of 356 in that?
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Truder on May 28, 2018, 12:40:52 PM
What are you guys going to do for the podcast this month? Will you do another volume re-read since this month’s release is so short, and simply cover the second half of 356 in that?
I think that's a good idea! Maybe do a panel by panel for this latest episode too. :ganishka:
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Walter on May 28, 2018, 12:50:04 PM
What are you guys going to do for the podcast this month? Will you do another volume re-read since this month’s release is so short, and simply cover the second half of 356 in that?

It's already done. Will be posted later today.
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Bender on May 28, 2018, 09:51:17 PM
(https://i.imgur.com/A1qarrj.jpg)

my Google translate skills have failed me...
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Aazealh on May 31, 2018, 05:39:05 PM
Miura's comment, courtesy of Puella:

I've explained more than enough to the young manager about the charms of narration. ( ̄3 ̄)

** In Japanese the word for "narration" and "explanation" is the same, so the comment is funny.
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: jackson_hurley on May 31, 2018, 06:00:05 PM

 ( ̄3 ̄)

Thank you Aaz/Puella!

Am I the only one who sees Puck in the end of the comment? haha  :puck:
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Sareth on May 31, 2018, 06:10:26 PM
Am I the only one who sees Puck in the end of the comment? haha  :puck:

I see the stray fairies from Majora's Mask

(https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/zelda/images/a/a7/Stray_Fairy.png/revision/latest?cb=20091222095214)
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: jackson_hurley on May 31, 2018, 06:21:39 PM
them too indeed!
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: NightCrawler on June 06, 2018, 06:01:43 AM
Miura's comment, courtesy of Puella:

I've explained more than enough to the young manager about the charms of narration. ( ̄3 ̄)

** In Japanese the word for "narration" and "explanation" is the same, so the comment is funny.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80eMhhWnWbk
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Griffith on June 06, 2018, 05:50:45 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80eMhhWnWbk

I love that clip, "maybe he's not fucking with us intentionally, after all", along with the ones of bitching about arbitrary time constraints at the Great Northern.  :ganishka:
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Khalamir on June 07, 2018, 04:56:24 PM
The preview for the 22.6 issue is out: http://www.younganimal.com/magazine/next.html
I might have missed it, but I don't see Berserk there.
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Keratos on June 07, 2018, 05:06:13 PM
The preview for the 22.6 issue is out: http://www.younganimal.com/magazine/next.html
I might have missed it, but I don't see Berserk there.

 :sad: :sad: :sad:
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Walter on June 07, 2018, 05:13:03 PM
The preview for the 22.6 issue is out: http://www.younganimal.com/magazine/next.html
I might have missed it, but I don't see Berserk there.

Yep, just saw that myself. Too bad.
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: jackson_hurley on July 01, 2018, 03:33:49 PM
Just for fun while we wait for news, anobody else wondering if Griffith told Grunbeld before the fight that he's gonna ride on his back to make the end kill badass?  :ganishka:

As much as I like these scenes, I always enjoy thinking about pointless stuff like that. Haha
Title: Re: Episode 356 part II
Post by: Cyrus Jong on July 01, 2018, 03:58:40 PM
Just for fun while we wait for news, anobody else wondering if Griffith told Grunbeld before the fight that he's gonna ride on his back to make the end kill badass?  :ganishka:

As much as I like these scenes, I always enjoy thinking about pointless stuff like that. Haha

He wouldn't need to! He knows he just needs to do as he will, and the rest will fall in place. If Grunny has a problem with being used as a glorified springboard without permission, well, tough shit. Griffith is one of his five supreme lords, so he'll just have to put up with it.