KazigluBey said:And those lack of time lapses can sometimes make publishers irritated. Though by this point I doubt Miura has to worry about that much.
Yeah, I highly doubt he's ever taken any decision due to the publisher's pressure. Wouldn't really fit the character. Besides it's more the other way around, losing Berserk would be a fatal blow to Young Animal.
KazigluBey said:We can look back to the first time that the apostle army went into Wyndham and how Ganishka's Daka and Pishacha were getting beat pretty badly until Ganishka got tired of that nonsense and grew to epic proportions. If he's hoping to use mass numbers of semi-decent soldiers against a group of apostle, killing machines he's gonna fail. Let's hope he comes up with some strategies that will make this battle memorable.
I think it'll be memorable. It'll probably have to be in two parts anyway: the human soldiers battling each others in the open, and the monsters doing the same in the fog. I expect a grand scale. I'm also hoping for more astral creatures similar to the Kundalini to counter the apostles (along with Daka, Pishacha and such), not to mention Ganishka's magic. He's not stupid and certainly not resourceless, so I don't think he'll go down without a valiant fight. And while we already know he's going to lose, I find that if he could just deal a single blow to Griffith, even a small one, it would be some sort of small victory for him. An achievement for an apostle to have stood his ground against his designated master.