She's seen that he's willing to go to severe lengths to achieve his ambition from the sequence where he's trying to wash away the guilt from giving himself over to Genon in order to gain a war chest. While I don't know how 'Griffith fans' interpret that scene, I'd be willing to give the notion that she's seen his dark side and understands it, to some degree, some credence. But to compare Genon and the Eclipse as being similar beyond that would be wrong in my opinion.Walter said:That's an extremely deluded notion. Casca wasn't devoted to Griffith because he was ruthlessly ambitious. She didn't even know quite how ruthless he was. Only Guts did.
That is correct. It's just my own 'thinking out loud' about the situation. I think a lot of their emotions are going to come out when they confront Griffith. While it's no guarantee that the three will ever be in the same place at the same time, I'd think it's safe speculation that at least once before the end, the trio will have a meeting of the minds. Perhaps Rickert wil be there too. It'll be a not so happy Band of the Falcon reunion.Walter said:I don't think anyone here has said that it would be plain, or that day 1 post-restoration Casca would go jaunting across the ocean, teeth bared. Guts' own emotions on the subject aren't plain either, but it's pretty clear what he'd like to do to Femto's skull.