Guts is leaving the Hawks at their best. After all battles have been fought and the war has been won, no one truly needed his fighting power anymore, or maybe so he thought. To stop him, Casca calls Griffith to the scene, where they eventually would duel. How this duel plays out and what it says about the characters involved? Read more here!
I feel like the reason why Casca screams seeing Guts in chapter 359 is similar, yet different from chapter 355. There, it was somehow somewhere connected to Griffith and completely losing her dream of being something invaluable Griffith. In chapter 359 however... it becomes clear to us why she really is having this kind of reaction on seeing Guts.
Do you think we’ll ever get another love scene between Guts and Casca? I hope they’re able to reconcile and heal from their trauma together. It seems like from the current episode (note: episode 359) that Casca isn’t consciously deciding to react like that to Guts (she very well may feel guilty for her ptsd, … Continue reading Will Guts and Casca get back together romantically? [Episode 359 Spoilers]
Assassination of General Julius and Adonis - Griffith's Fountain Speech - Guts and Casca falling off the Cliff. During these instances Guts has made different realizations, that - in combination - made him leave the Hawks. Casca played quite the role in this as well, even if you perhaps don't expect it first. We will explore this in this post!
We all know that unpleasant reaction of Casca when she saw Guts. But why did she do this? What exactly made her remember the terrible memories from the eclipse? Was she afraid to see her lover turn into a monster as well, or was it something else completely? We will dig into her mind and figure it out.
What went on in Griffith's head right before the Eclipse? Was Griffith scared he would be abandoned again? Was he jealous of Guts and Casca? Reader arimii on Tumblr directed these questions to me on first read. Continue reading for the answers!