waqas, I just said that what Skully has said, there is a case that it could be a bit elusive if taken 100% directly (to get my point think what Obi Whan said to Luke about his father(that he was dead) in the first place ;)) , and this for a reason. I didn't just make this up just for the fun of it: I put it that way because the berserker armour so well explains Skully's status now. And if you remember, Shielke said that another person died in a berserker armour (the one of the guy with the sword in hand bleeding). If the berserker armor eternally sustains the od as Skully has said it made inside my head DING!DING!: undead skully must be in a berserk armour or something like that. This is the reason I drove to the above conclusion, of Skully's words not having a 100% direct meaning. And I also believe what I made up could fit the situation and Skully's character in the story a bit well (we know Skully is a bit mysterious with people like Guts in the things he says to them . Maybe he doesn't want to give them the impression that he influences them in their decisions, dunno).waqas said:You drew negative attention because your opinion was contradictory to the accepted facts of the topic. What made it worse is that, when confronted with these facts from the text, you chose to ignore them and make up your own "facts" that you garnered from your imagination.
In other words, you were and are WRONG.
Anyway, your point about facts I made with my imagination has allready been stressed and I' ve tried to reply as best I can. That is again to respect the DING!DING! the story has made in my mind about Skully's status, berserk armour properties, what Shielke has said about the other man and what Zodd also said to Skully when they saw Guts in the berserk armour (I mean if Zodd exists for 300 years and saw Guts in that armour, how could he parallel him with Skully that died and put that armour 1000 years ago? Yes, I know there is a way to answer this a different way but this put together with the other facts (what Shielke said, Skully's explanation of the berserker armour's proprieties and Skullys status, I believe, create a more solid image to not put in doubt than Skully's directness in the sentence "Yes, I wore that armour once").