Ok, part of it was a 'that sucked' kind of statement. So, sorry. I'm new here, please be lenient ^_^. But there was more to it in my mind, let me put it down properly so that it won't become a worthless statement. As for getting my mind changed, well, I'll be happy to, if there's a good reason. :)"Griffith No More!" said:So, you fail, read it again starting with the introduction of Azan into the series and tell me his re-introduction in 248 wasn't perfectly fitting for him.
As you say, starting with Azan's introduction. Azan appeared first I think when the HICK just chased down Guts. He was upholding his chivalry ideals back then, and he was serious about it. Kind of like Grunbeld commenting on how Zodd has a good opponent to fight, that tone. Then at the mock eclipse, we see Azan fighting again. Afterwards, as a sole survivor, full of shame for that fact, he choses to go back to the Holy See, because 'someone has to take responsibility'. Serious mood here too, even gloomy. And then the reintroduction. It's not that every character has to be serious, I'm quite happy with the puck/evarella/isidro slapstick and find it apropriate most of the time. Azan's reintroduction however, while working fine in the framework of that episode, didn't work for me in the context of the work as a whole, because a character who I perceived as serious before (maybe erroneously?) was brought back as a bag of cheap thrills. (Aside: the fact that he's sleeping on a boat out in the open though is by itself somewhat tragic; it shows that not all has been well for him, he must have been forced to resign from the HICK or some other such thing happened. Of course this impression is mitigated by his comedy sideshow act right afterwards.) Does that pass as analysis? Anyway, hopefully in the next episode Azan will be a bit more serious, and reveal to Guts' band what happened to him.
Also as a sidenote I'd like to say that Berserk is a great manga and small things like this couldn't possibly ruin my enjoyment of it - so even if I find this reentry pathetic that doesn't signify that it ruins my enjoyment or anything. ;D
So then, it would be possible for her to go meet him. Schierke now has strong feelings against Griffith, but it would probably be unreasonable for her to go off on a private revenge trip. Damn Miura, this is one moment where I really don't know what to expect next, lol."Griffith No More!" said:I think that's if she gets too deep into the spiritual realm near him; since he reigns supreme there I guess he might absorb her some bullshit. ;D
Like what happened to her when she went inside Guts. Griff being a God and all probably has much more aura to worry about.
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