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Character Cove / Re: beast
« on: January 31, 2002, 01:50:00 PM »
Its in volume 18, Mozgus talking to Farnese.

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Character Cove / Re: beast
« on: January 27, 2002, 08:39:38 PM »
No, at this moment, the ghosts are taking the form of the Beast, which resides in Guts mind. The ghosts are talking, THROUGH the beasts image.

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Character Cove / Re: beast
« on: January 27, 2002, 05:52:17 PM »
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The second panel shows us the bejelit. If I well remember Guts was succumbing.He was later saved by puk. I suspect that then, even if Miura tell us nothing, but he shows us the bejelit, that Guts had a strong temptation to use it.

No, read the dialogue. The beast is talking to Guts then. It says that if you continue down this path you will become like your friend. Its the beast that notices the Beherit.
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And perhaps that is something that he will do, if he weakens more and the beast grows stronger. Otherwise why he continues to carry the bejelit if for him has no use?

I dont see it happening, but I wont disclude it.

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Character Cove / Re: Casca's life, and the two men in it.
« on: March 12, 2002, 11:18:35 AM »
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Yep.

Sigh :-X

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Character Cove / Re: Casca's life, and the two men in it.
« on: March 11, 2002, 11:27:28 PM »
An excellent post, some good assertions! But there's just one small thing Id like to point out:

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Griffith saw everyone in the Hawks as a means to an end; tools for achieving his dream.

Ultimately this is true. However, there is little evidence to suggest this is how he felt about the Hawks pre-eclipse. When the God Hand forced Griffith to choose between loyalty and power, he chose power (wisely in my opinion, but im an ass and thats another story altogether...)

The strongest resemblence to proof of a relation between 'pre and post eclipse hawks loyalty' is his treatment of Guts in volume 8 of the manga (episode 18 in anime) during their second duel. Griffith says "you belong to me".

This is a rather strong choice of words, in my opinion. For just the day before, Griffith and Guts were exchanging words seemingly in the manner of close friends. Griffith even asks Guts opinion of his actions. Truly if Guts was only a tool to Griffith, then his opinion would hold no weight. This however is not the case.

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Character Cove / Re: Casca's life, and the two men in it.
« on: January 31, 2002, 03:18:06 PM »
Well, but Miura does  ;D . He said the series would not have a depressing ending in an interview a while back.

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Character Cove / Re: Farnese in need of psychological assitence
« on: February 26, 2002, 05:52:36 PM »
Christ, couldnt you have made that one post? I remember something about you saying you werent hot-headed? Well, your triple-post bonanza doesnt really help that claim out.

Id like to disregard this blatant mockery of me, but this is just too funny.

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For your information, i have all 22 volumes of Berserk...and for your information you don't have the translations for Vol. 17 (one chapter!!??!)

So you own the volumes, but just look at the pretty pictures? How about getting aclimate solutions translations? Or just asking for someone to translate a scene? Though it might not be the PERFECT translation, it will give you the gist of a scene. Thats how I learned my stuff...
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So does that mean, people who don't know anything about Berserk (not me) are not welcome in your site but should be insulted,criticised and humiliated

That's like racism ....

If youll notice, I said "research your assertions", which involves simply going through the volume you are about to make a speculation/claim about and reassuring the facts before babbling onto something based purely on fiction, or something in your head (such as your "Guts faith" theory that started this little war)

If more people researched their claims before posting them, it would just make everything a lot less hectic on the BBS.

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You've let your position and power go to your head. It will be your undoing.

Heh. You've known me for all of your 20+ posts life. You are seriously mistaken if you claim to know me.

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Character Cove / Re: Farnese in need of psychological assitence
« on: February 26, 2002, 11:29:00 AM »
:-X
Geez, calm down dude. I was merely asking how much youve read, because I could refute what you said, but only if youve read up to volume 17, where Guts has several conversations involving his views on "god" with Farnese. Otherwise it'd be a spoiler.

Also, if you took any of my comments as harsh, then please for future reference, research your assertions of Berserk before posting them. That would take away about 900% of the negative sentiments that come your way.

I think now is a good time to insert the "foot in mouth" emoticon for you.

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Character Cove / Re: Farnese in need of psychological assitence
« on: February 26, 2002, 10:11:44 AM »
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Their god is white hawk(or something similar)

Technically they are worshipping Idea. Just as the symbol for christianity is a cross, they dont worship the cross, such is the symbol of their religion a white hawk.
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I don't think that Guts doesn't have faith. Remember what he told that priest in Vol.1

"You have faith in god but you didn't believe in the devil?"

Guts knows that everything is made of opposites...since he saw the true evil, he knows there must be an ultimate good out there. He's just so bent on revenge he doesn't have time to worship it.

How much of Berserk have you read?

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Character Cove / Re: Farnese in need of psychological assitence
« on: February 26, 2002, 12:54:20 AM »
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its a religion that draws influence from christianity tho (well, christianity as it was in the middle ages-spanish inquisition)

I realize this, but that doesnt mean that you can call the religion "christianity".
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as for Farnese, she's got issues... but she's gettin' help finally.  However you could consider following the Black Swordsman not the best of therapies (y'know, with the demons and all)  :)

I dunno. I still think Guts (demons and all) is the best person for her to be around. He stands as everything she was taught not to uphold. You can learn a lot from an anti-thesis.

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Character Cove / Re: Farnese in need of psychological assitence
« on: February 26, 2002, 12:17:26 AM »
Youll probably have to reword your last post from "does she" to "did she".

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Character Cove / Re: Farnese in need of psychological assitence
« on: February 25, 2002, 03:06:01 PM »
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you can be sure blood doesn't taste like ketchup at all.
a vampiress ? i've never thought of it before, but perhaps she's a Tremere , i wouldn't be surprised of it
and you know , it's Farnese the Big Christian ... so everything could happen ^^

Its not Christianity, and shes not devoted to that religion anymore anyway....

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Character Cove / Re: Who is the best swordsman after Guts?
« on: September 24, 2001, 12:36:53 PM »
If trajection dear sirs is the truith. Then strength of almighty one would power up the Guts.  ;)

Gaiseric con 1000 years of agreeance. They wouldnt even know?   ;) ;)

Dear Wereallmad, you have an excellent education, instead.
;)

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Character Cove / Re: Who is the best swordsman after Guts?
« on: September 24, 2001, 10:58:15 AM »

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I would say Azan, Serpico, Sillat, Griffith, and Boscogne are closest to Guts skill.

So basically...youre re-stating everything thats in this post.

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Character Cove / Re: Who is the best swordsman after Guts?
« on: September 24, 2001, 10:37:00 AM »
Of cource it wasnt, however it is difficult to make a direct comparison between the two because of the circumstances.

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Character Cove / Re: Who is the best swordsman after Guts?
« on: September 24, 2001, 10:14:35 AM »

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Casca is very good when she's at it...
I would mention griffy too, but he's too supernatural...
I don't see sillat in the picture.Guts made a jerk out of him everytime they met.

Everyone forgets about Boscogne...Sniff...

Griffith as a human was rather powerful, relatively. He just got sidetracked.

Silatt is hard to judge because the only one hes ever really fought is Guts, who he lost to twice HORRIBLY. Then again, thats Guts. Hes not the best comparison.

Casca? Yeah she was pretty good, but nowhere near the afformentioned people. She beat Adon, and a few random yahoos. But then again, theres the relative strength thing. Its hard to judge.

Serpico again, difficult to judge, but I think its accurate to say that he is within the top 5 strongest. Serpico fought Guts twice, and had a distinct (cheap) advantage over Guts. 1) Guts was extremely worn out in volume 17 when they dueled. 2) volume 19's fight involved the sun in Guts eyes, the fact that he couldnt draw his sword, and his footing was off. Serpico had every advantage. Cheap, and not exactly comparison-worthy.

Dont forget about Azan. Hes pretty damned up there in strength as well. He gave Guts a good runaround in volume 16, and fended off the demons in volumes 20-21 rather well.

The best besides Guts? Hmm....My vouch is for Puck.

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Character Cove / Re: favorite form of griffith
« on: June 07, 2002, 10:52:43 AM »
But  Skully might not be your everyday physical body. Here's the thing. If you attack them in their world, you're not going to win. End of story. They can control every aspect of it.

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Character Cove / Re: favorite form of griffith
« on: June 06, 2002, 12:47:05 PM »
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After viewing the Manga version of the Eclipse, I find it impossible for anyone to like Griffith/Femto.

Griffith is my favorite character...

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Character Cove / Re: favorite form of griffith
« on: August 24, 2001, 11:29:08 AM »

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Character Cove / Re: favorite form of griffith
« on: August 24, 2001, 09:15:50 AM »

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Besides... all Parapara's women staring at me freaks me out!

i hear ya fish...Im seriously frightened.

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Character Cove / Re: favorite form of griffith
« on: August 22, 2001, 09:41:50 PM »
I like Griffith.

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Character Cove / Re: Griffith the good guy
« on: June 10, 2002, 06:30:33 PM »
I dont think you had to swing below the belt like you did to make your point... But Ill go along with it.

I, personally like Griffith's character because of his desire to obtain his dream. Thats pretty much it. I'm not a large fan of the "dude looks like a lady" thing, but it doesn't get in the way of me being intrigued by him.

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Character Cove / Re: Griffith the good guy
« on: December 16, 2001, 01:06:57 PM »

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Nietzsche was such an ass.


Logical Fallacy Alert: Ad Hominem

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Character Cove / Re: dont bother reading this
« on: December 31, 2001, 12:30:34 AM »
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I think the Supah Guts Elf-Man theory has you beat still.  ;)

Nope. The "Race of Fish People" is the most inane to date, and Paradiselost has copyrights on that one.

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Character Cove / Re: Guts and Casca(now) = Gambino and Shizu
« on: June 11, 2002, 02:09:50 AM »
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i can see the similarity as well. that was a good one pav.
i actually never thought about it.

Olivier has said it before.

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