Video Game Time Traveler
I wonder if they'll stop by Roderick's country after they leave Elfhelm. It'd be really neat to see where he comes from. Plus, he has to introduce his fiance to his family at some point, right?
Hmm, it made me think... If Griffith realised that "his" body's feelings are influencing him, could he somehow try to separate it from him? But I guess the answer is no...RyoGTO said:From this I still don't feel like the Child has anything to do with Griffith--at most maybe that he used it as a mechanism to rid himself of feelings for Guts and Casca, but there is no basis for that IMO.
Aazealh said:Femto was incarnated into the child's body. Then we saw that Griffith was influenced rather dramatically by the kid's feelings. So I don't see how anyone could say that the Moonlight Boy isn't related to Griffith and/or that he's "what's left" of their son. Putting A + B together makes it clear the two are related, and this episode strongly reinforced it with the similarity in their astral selves.
RyoGTO said:neither the Moonlight Child nor Griffith look like the demon baby, so to assume that either one is fully the demon baby cannot be taken as certainty
RyoGTO said:and with that I feel that there was some split between Griffith and the Moonlight child--further, I feel that they are two distinct entities born of the same situation.
RyoGTO said:I also don't recall Griffith being influenced by the kid's feelings. When did it occur? I think I missed it.
RyoGTO said:I really think that the hair in the astral form could be purely coincidental, since the boy has long hair at this point
RyoGTO said:is obviously a powerful being of light considering he can easily get through to Guts even when Schierke cannot--which is what I believe is the reason for his extreme luminous glow (not that he is supposed to resemble Griffith)
RyoGTO said:Also I remember Griffith saying at the Hill of Swords, that he had come to see if he had any feelings left for Guts that might hinder him in accomplishing his goal, at which point he confirmed aloud that he did not.
Aazealh said:Then in volume 22, when Griffith was watching Guts fight Zodd and when Casca was endangered by falling rocks, Griffith felt the child inside of him and reflected upon its influence, its feelings and what he'd made him do.
Yeah, that would be neat. But I think there will be at least one more episode if they're going to switch perspectives. But I could be wrong. I have a feeling that how the boy returns this time will be interesting. Wonder if we'll see Zodd again, or if the transportation will even be revealed.Gobolatula said:It would be very interesting if the story switches back to Griffith's side next episode. Especially if we see Griffith right away. What's noteworthy is that we're sure that the boy is still with Casca at the very end of the arc and he hasn't left yet. I have a feeling this time around we'll get more concrete information about the boy before he disappears again.
Walter said:Yeah, that would be neat. But I think there will be at least one more episode if they're going to switch perspectives. But I could be wrong. I have a feeling that how the boy returns this time will be interesting. Wonder if we'll see Zodd again, or if the transportation will even be revealed.
At the end of the episode you can see sunlight on the horizon. I think that we will definitely see at least 1 more episode of Guts a Co. before a perspective change. We might still see Isma say goodbye to everyone and also maybe see Guts' actual condition. (I would hope). I really doubt that we will see Zodd near by to pick up the child. I think that merging of worlds will somehow allow the child to stay separated from Griffith. I would really enjoy seeing the merrows give directions to Elfhelm before they leave off into the ocean. I would also really enjoy them giving a bit more back story on the Sea God and maybe also see the sea monsters start to nibble away at it.Chaos said:I've been thinking that would be an interesting event to occur in addition to wrapping things up before switching perspectives. It would be interesting to see if the boy simply "disappears" when dawn breaks (in similar fashion to the demon child), or if indeed Zodd comes to pick him up. Any other ideas on how he might leave, if he does?
Why is that spoiler tagged? Anyway, that's not exactly what he said as it turns out. He just said something to the effect of: "Well, you'll soon hear about them."hellrasinbrasin said:So we have a flashback story in June centered around a young Guts. And then at some point after that Miura will begin the ground work for that God Hand story arc he mentioned a while back during an interview for the 1st film.
Joe Chip said:I'm wondering what the new episode will show. When do you guys think that it will take place ?
Giovanna said:I'm very interested on the purpose of this flashback... Maybe something that needs more explanations? Or Miura felt the need of a specific background so he could develop an idea in the future? Any ideas?