Guts and Griffith. Guts for obvious reason, but Griffith ... I don't like him, but still I must to admit how great villian he is, personally he is my favourite villian. I was thinking about Skull Knight, so the options after Guts were Griffith and Skull Knight, but somehow I choosed Griffith over SK.
I know this seems pretty traditional, but by far Guts and Casca are my two most favorite characters in this series. Even with all the other array of characters that have been introduced throughout the story, I still find Guts and Casca as my two most favorite characters in the series. They stand on their own story wise individually and as a set. Too me I feel they are the most interesting down to earth and relateable characters in the Berserk world There is just something very primal about these two that I love.
I'm torn choosing only 2 out of all these "amazing" characters.
Had to go with Guts in the end... Since causality obviously didn't give me a choice on the matter.
Guts is just too damn important.
I also choose Rickert since he deserves this. After all he... Unlike Guts poor boy... Is the only one that ever succeeded in something Guts tried to do for years. Hitting the hawk in the face.
Rickert is the first one to put some actual "damage" on "Griffith" (as far as possible for the young lad he is) as a mere human.
Gotta admit that it must've taken a lot of GUTS to actually face "Griffith" in Falconia like that knowing what kind of demon he is and what he did.
I've got one question though.
WHERE MY BOY GASTON AT!?
Even though he was somewhat of a "simple" (kindhearted) side-character I think his presence was of importance (not for the plot but for Guts and the readers). Especially when it comes to his last words.
To me he was a valuable character.
Actually it was on a couple websites (not specific ones, more like anime watching domains) Ah, I see. The cream of the crop. But if you think about it he really is sort of a tool for comedy relief and clarifying Guts thoughts Personally I'd say that he's simply an interesting character, even...
hey I am new to this board and a fairly new Berserk fan in general (only been a regular fan for a about ba year), this manga is awesome and I'm glad I finally got to be involved here. I spent quit a lot of time browsing on here before I started topic of my own and I am pretty sure this hasn't...
Voted for Guts and Godot. Godot's character as a man who chose to adopt and raise a war orphan runs in direct contrast to the majority of humans in Berserk who have no problem sacrificing others for their selfish desires. In this, he is also a character that represents a warning to the readers of what happens when you throw away everything in your life for that one obsession ( which is why he also warns Guts) but luckily, he gets the chance to redeem himself and does so spectacularly. I often wonder what kind of a life Guts could have had if Godot were the one who found him.