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Aaauuugh this episode looks so hot I cant wait seofihwseotihjlkn!!!
Death May Die said:At first I had the impression that Guts just lost his mind and willingly gave into the armor, leaving me to think that maybe they resorted to using the armor a bit too quickly. But as mention before, if Schierke is aiding his mind in containing it, then it is indeed a step further with mastering the armor with team work.
Death May Die said:If they were indeed to master the armor with Guts/Schierke, if Guts were going against Griffith I still think there is little doubt such rage could be contained. But maybe that's might be way too obvious.
Mage said:I am both happy and sad to see the Beast come out. I guess we'll see what effects if any the world's transformation will have on it...so far, it looks like it's the same. But, not like Guts will really make much of a dent in the horde of monsters around them...again, either Schierke must cast an extremely powerful spell, Isma does something, or some other deus ex machina has to happen...
The sea god still hasn't shown itself (the thing in the ship looks like it's just another slug, and I doubt a 'sea god' would tolerate a pirate on its back talking smack) which kind of sucks.
Proj2501 said:I wonder if he voluntarily gave in this time. The first 3 times it seems to me that he slipped and lost control. Can't really say until we read the ep in it's entirety but it'd be something if Guts called out to the Beast (that dark part of himself). I know Prof. Aaz will correct my choice of wording.
Proj2501 said:I mean, it is the Beast that is waiting on the side lines to take advantage of the armor to project itself and manifest.
Proj2501 said:It'd be scary if Guts came to realize that there'll be times he needs the Beast in order to survive. I mean, even before he donned armor, he utilized that part of himself to pull through the hardest of hard times.
dwarfkicker said:More on that, at some point I wonder if Skull Knight himself will ever step in on one occasion and beat Guts back to his senses.
Proj2501 said:No way Magnifico is gonna bite the dust at the hands of the Dragon Slayer. No way. If anything he'll be comic relief until one day he pulls his own weight and really does something super meaningful for the group.
Shadax said:It could also be that this outbreak of the beast is not that serious a threat to Guts or the rest of the crew. It is part of Guts and it does need him for survival and as such it might just be a case of it taking over a bit, directing all its rage at the monsters and then subsiding again for now to keep in line with the "biding its time" and lulling Guts into a false sense of controll.
Unless Elfhelm brings themselves to him first. I wonder how far it really is from the island and if there'd be any real chance of somebody or something from there investigating the nearby revival of the Sea God or just the merging effects on nearby islands.Aazealh said:until they reach Elfhelm that's just not happening.
Dar Klink said:I wonder how far it really is from the island and if there'd be any real chance of somebody or something from there investigating the nearby revival of the Sea God or just the merging effects on nearby islands.
dwarfkicker said:I just hope we don't have to wait until about volume 50 for the group to finally reach Skellig. And, this is just me being greedy, but I hope the story focuses on Guts for a good while. With all of Miura's breaks making it feel longer, his tale seemed to focused on Griffith for a long time. I think that Guts needs a lot of time in the spotlight to make up for lost time.
Truder said:Although as much as I would LOVE to see Guts and Co. reach Skellig.. I get the feeling that after finishing off the Sea God, Miura will most assuredly throw the ball over to Griffith and his new kingdom to explain things over there. Which is nice too.. but I'm more interested in seeing Casca back to normal (and Guts and Co. reaction), than the events happening in Midland. So Elfhelm seems like a very long ways away :(
That's true, but i think they will near the island and it will say something like..Walter said:It's the "Chapter of the Elf Island." And yeah, I agree with Gaahl here. I don't think we'll be seeing Griffith for a while, myself.