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Manga Mausoleum / Did Griffith really send Sonia to kill Schierke?
« on: March 27, 2015, 02:06:10 PM »
I stumbled upon that theory at Reddit.

What's actually the truth? I see no logic in sending exactly Sonia on such a mission, though on Reddit everyone seem to believe that Griffith is indeed that, um... unconventional?

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Speculation Nation / Sacrifice as sacrificer?
« on: December 26, 2014, 08:15:57 PM »
Reading various discussions about Berserk, I stumbled on divagations about Guts sacrificing his team. I think it's not very possible (apostle Guts? lol, nope), but what with cured Casca? Or - purely theoretically - anybody with the brand? Is it even possible to sacrifice other people while being a sacrifice yourself?

To me it seems rather not very likely, since apostles and other daemos are "blessed ones" in Berserk cosmology, and sacrifices are "damned ones", but I found no virtual proves for that thesis in manga. What's your opinion in that case?

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Character Cove / About Luca's troupe...
« on: June 25, 2014, 06:44:17 AM »
I was thinking last times about Luca's troup of travelling prostitutes, especially from the times of Tower of Conviction - do you guys also think that most of them was... um... like VERY underaged? To be honest, only Luca and that blonde girl with strange brows looked adult (about 16 I think), while Nina about 14, and two other girls (Pepe and that black-haired babyface girl) looked barely in their teens. I didn't set this topic to wonder, how it's possible, that barely teenage girls work as prostitutes (I'm aware that it was hard to survive during the pestilence and famine, so they could catch every oportunity to make their living), but I want to ask if it's true, or just my misunderstanding. Firstly I thought that Nina is just short person, so as Pepe, but than I realize that no adult woman in the manga was that short (even petite Charlotte).

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