That's the one of the only things that bother me in Miura's Berserk, the way he uses Casca more as a rage and revenge "fuel" for Guts with Griffith than a real character. (Reminds me of the time that Miura said on one interview that he spared Casca from die on eclipse because if she died and Guts made new friends the revenge would become "something of the past"), i thought that during the corridor of dreams Miura changed, i hope it's true.I hate the fact that Casca is abducted, just while we got her back after decades of storytelling. To be clear, I'd hate it even if Miura would've done it, and I'd be really, really disappointed. It would be the first time that I would be concerned about the future of the story. It's a choice that just doesn't make sense to me at this specific point of the overall story, and yes, things might be interesting with her in Falconia, of course, but this minimal interaction with the party just doesn't sit well with me, at all. It basically is a justification to every person saying all these years that after the Eclipse, Casca exist solely to be a plot subject for Guts's sadness and character development. The panels with his desperate look are the nails in the coffin.
It's very weird that the witches and gurus didn't get even one panel for them reacting to the island destruction, Miura made so much episodes for them and now on these Studio Gaga episodes it looks that the island just had Guts and Roderick group there.Elfhelm somehow feel empty?
The way they portrayed it in these last episodes kind of makes me feel as if the current events are of no consequence at all. Where is everybody?
I really hope that's it.There are so many inhabitants and characters introduced on the island, what the hell is going on with all of them? From the chaos going on all the way down to the shoreline, I would imagine a ton of them got fucked. Were they off screened? Was Skull Knight running around sending them to a safe place with the sword of actuation?