Griffith said:You think the merrows are still going to be around 8 volumes from now?
I do. I think it would be anticlimactic if this powerful, dangerous, evil creature that's received so much buildup over the recent episodes didn't make any kind of contact with Guts and Schierke.Oburi said:Btw, does anyone think the Sea God will have some form of communication with Guts or Schierke possibly? Like actual dialog. I feel like any conversation with the Sea God could lead to some really insightful info, if it speaks of course.
Yeah but that's a little different. Those humans weren't complete drones, and retained their own memories and personalities. So we can't really say the Sea God has had any genuine communication with the cast yet.Gobolatula said:The Sea God, in a way, has been communicating through its tentacles, the transformed humans. But, unfortunately, so far we've just gotten, "JOOOIN USSS..."
Walter said:I do. I think it would be anticlimactic if this powerful, dangerous, evil creature that's received so much buildup over the recent episodes didn't make any kind of contact with Guts and Schierke.
It's not going to be a God Hand member. The brand doesn't just react to God Hand and apostles. It reacts to evil, like it's doing here. The sea god is a very evil being.creampuff_war said:the most intriguing aspect of the episode for me was definitely the shot of Guts' brand. I immediately thought apostle, but then considered the possibility that this sea god could be a god hand member (ie Conrad). The more I think about it, the less likely this scenario seems plausible. However, it is, as of now, only god hand members that have made the Brand bleed so badly since the seal was placed on Guts' neck. right?
Walter said:The sea god is a very evil being.
Walter said:remember that Schierke said the Kundalini that Daiba harnessed was powerful enough that it could be seen as a "god" to polytheistic cultures, and it was just an itty bitty snake with a water gun
Mage said:Although the imagery with the ocean effects is bright, I doubt the ship would be left alone without any challenges to Farnese's spell.
Gaahl said:I'm more curious to see how the Sea God compares to giant Ganishka, if that comparison makes sense once we see just what it really is.
Rhombaad said:No way is the Sea God on the same level as a member of the God Hand. I doubt very much that the Sea God is capable of manipulating matter like Femto did a volume ago, for example. I can see its strength rivaling that of an apostle, with Ganishka after his second reincarnation being the exception.
Walter said:Yeah, let's not set our expectations TOO high by comparing the Sea God to a member of the God Hand. To keep things in perspective, remember that Schierke said the Kundalini that Daiba harnessed was powerful enough that it could be seen as a "god" to polytheistic cultures, and it was just an itty bitty snake with a water gun
Griffith said:Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn.
BayJumper said:But still, it would be great if Miura would use the Sea God to pay a tribute to H.P Lovecraft.
Aazealh said:No way, you really think the Sea God is as powerful as an apostle? Will Guts be able to survive this encounter?!
Griffith said:I wonder if that's for the best under the circumstances.