I see this question being asked on social media rather frequently. Let's start this post with an analogy: When a team develops software, it usually has a name. However, while the name, branding or overall function of the software stays the same, it evolves: the scope grows, features and functionality are added to it. As … Continue reading Are Griffith and Femto the same Person?
An essay about illusions, accountability and how the Godhand can be resisted and possibly defeated.
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!
This perhaps seems like a stretch at first. BUT! There is a solid basis for this. You will see it once you carefully look at what is being depicted and in what order the events unfold. This post complements another article I've written here: Demon Infant, Moonlight Boy and Griffith - how do they relate? … Continue reading Why the Demon Infant was reborn during the Birth Ceremony
In this post I'm going to dive deeper into the origins of the Demon Infant and how and why he changed into the Moonlight Boy - and we're going to find out why him assuming human form actually makes a lot of sense, and that Femto is actually possessing his body.
At some point in the story Farnese believed Guts to be the Hawk of Darkness. Sadly it never has been brought up much after this but it always had me thinking whenever I was reminded of it. Just what does Farnese knew and why the hell did she never bring it up??? Hot take: What … Continue reading Similarities between The Moonlight Boy and The Beast of Darkness
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!
An analysis of what is happening in the recent Berserk episode 358.
With this episode it is finally established that Griffith and the Moonlight Boy share the same body - a theory that has been around ever since 2006. Compared to the other instances, Miura has made it quite obvious for us this time.
Would Guts still pursue Griffith, being this far into healing as he is? Would Casca want to meet Griffith in order to bring the truth to the people of Midland? Will Casca then be the catalyst to make Guts bring Griffith down out of necessity - rather than revenge? Explore more of these ideas in this article!