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And never will: Deal with it.Aazealh said:"...The Guts that I don't know"
Griffith said:Anyway, very exciting, especially that Guts' past is finally being revealed to his closest friends... via Casca (that's what you get for being so closed off, big guy =).
Griffith said:And never will: Deal with it.
Damn it, the thought occurred to me as well but I forgot to write it! I swear. =)Aazealh said:I think that's fitting actually. In fact I wonder if I didn't speculate about it before lol. What I'm curious is whether he'll simultaneously open up to the guys back in the real world. They seem to be in a feeling-sharing mood back there. It'd be interesting to have him confide some things to Roderick & Serpico while Farnese and Schierke get to relive some of his and Casca's past (from her perspective).
We sort of knew all roads lead there, but if they're sharing Casca's feelings then YIKES! -indeedAazealh said:Just wait until the waterfall memory.
Although that calls to mind a much scarier and ghastly thought: how they will get through the Eclipse.
Griffith said:We sort of knew all roads lead there, but if they're sharing Casca's feelings then YIKES! -indeed
Aazealh said:Yeeeeeeeep. With the way the dog, coffin, doll and all were represented, I figured all her memories might take on surreal forms, but it wasn't the case here... So will the really traumatic events also be depicted as they happened? Will some parts be as they happened while others are figurative? Finding out is sure to be a dreadful time.
That's a very good question. And it might be a bit too soon to say this but I'm starting to wonder if they'll only haveRhombaad said:I wonder if Danan will need to intervene if it becomes too traumatic.
Rhombaad said:I wonder if Danan will need to intervene if it becomes too traumatic.
Aazealh said:By the way, in case anyone's interested, the line Guts says in the dream when he turns around is a tiny one from the Bonfire of Dreams scene where he makes fun of Casca specifically for coming up with that name (we hear her say it on the previous page). Dark Horse's translation for it is: "You smooth talker, you sound like some princess." I thought that was an interesting choice.
No, I don't think so.Death May Die said:From what you guys are discussing here, do you think it would ever come to them deliberately choosing to leave a memory/piece out because it's perhaps too powerful or upon regaining such would cause Casca to again become too unstable and break?