SK referring to himself and "others of his kind"? Honestly I think you need to quote the whole dialogue accurately here because half-sentences are just going to be confusing, and there are errors in what you're saying.CowTip said:Again, I'm going from the Dark Horse releases but Skull Knight refers to himself and 'others of our kind' as a reflection of the moonlight on the water, but points out that the brand puts Guts and Casca halfway between worlds and that he might just be a fish who is able to leap out of the water.
Well that's completely wrong, as I already told you. Hell, we don't even know whether SK was branded or not at some point.CowTip said:To me, that says that Skully sees Guts as more outside of the normal workings of the world, perhaps on a level that not even he is on.
It's not really a matter of predictability though. At least not like the way Femto expected SK to show up because he always does show up in such situations.CowTip said:In my original post, I had assumed that Skull Knight and Guts were more or less on the same level, perhaps less predictable than most others.
SK has been opposing the God Hand for a thousand years. 'Nuff said.CowTip said:From the sounds of things (And as proven by the Eclipse and this episode), Skull Knight very well may have tried this sort of intervention more than we've seen.
I believe SK knows what it means perfectly well.CowTip said:(junction of times whatever that means, it seems Skully isn't sure either)