History Heartwarming / Berserk

14th Apr '18 10:34:50 PM Polokun
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* The final page of Chapter 354. After nearly twenty years of waiting for readers, Casca finally returns to normal. Many readers shed many tears that day.

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* The final page of Chapter 354. After nearly twenty years of waiting for readers, Casca finally returns to normal. Many readers shed many tears of happiness that day.
14th Apr '18 10:33:12 PM Polokun
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* The final page of Chapter 354. After nearly twenty years of waiting for readers, Casca finally returns to normal. Many readers shed many tears that day.
9th Apr '18 8:30:18 PM thatmadork
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* Kind of a strange example but Guts mocking Theresia over the corpse of her dead father and encouraging her to kill herself. Surely a MoralEventHorizon, right? It would be normally, except as he goes to leave, the girl vows to kill him somehow, someday, and Guts brushes it off with a sneering "Good luck with that". As Puck goes to chew him out for being a monster, he notices Guts is ''on the verge of remorseful tears''. [[ZeroApprovalGambit He was giving the girl something to cope with her grief and a reason to keep living]], and it's likely he will allow the girl her revenge someday.
28th Mar '18 12:09:19 AM Delnoir
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* Chapter 355: After Casca has regained her sanity and is beginning to regain her memories, Farnese asks her what she remembers about Guts. Casca says nothing, but the expression on her face says all that needs to be said; her feelings for Guts are the same as they were before the Eclipse. In addition, the Flower Storm Queen conjures up a lovely dress to replace Casca's robes, which is the first time that Casca has worn a dress since the celebratory ball at Wyndham's royal palace after the end of the war with Chuder.

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* Chapter 355: After Casca has regained her sanity and is beginning to regain her memories, Farnese asks her what she remembers about Guts. Casca says nothing, remains silent, but the expression on her face says all that needs to be said; her feelings for Guts are the same as they were before the Eclipse. In addition, the Flower Storm Queen conjures up a lovely dress to replace Casca's robes, which is the first time that Casca has worn a dress since the celebratory ball at Wyndham's royal palace after the end of the war with Chuder.
24th Mar '18 7:37:59 PM Agent_B
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* Chapter 355: After Casca has regained her sanity and is beginning to regain her memories, Farnese asks her what she remembers about Guts. Casca says nothing, but the expression on her face says all that needs to be said; her feelings for Guts are the same as they were before the Eclipse. In addition, the Flower Storm Queen conjures up a lovely dress to replace Casca's robes, which is the first time that Casca has worn a dress since the celebratory ball at Wyndham's royal palace after the end of the war with Tudor.

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* Chapter 355: After Casca has regained her sanity and is beginning to regain her memories, Farnese asks her what she remembers about Guts. Casca says nothing, but the expression on her face says all that needs to be said; her feelings for Guts are the same as they were before the Eclipse. In addition, the Flower Storm Queen conjures up a lovely dress to replace Casca's robes, which is the first time that Casca has worn a dress since the celebratory ball at Wyndham's royal palace after the end of the war with Tudor.Chuder.
22nd Mar '18 3:16:07 AM Farnham
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* Chapter 355: After Casca has regained her sanity and is beginning to regain her memories, Farnese asks her what she remembers about Guts. Casca says nothing, but the expression on her face says all that needs to be said; her feelings for Guts are the same as they were before the Eclipse. In addition, the Flower Storm Queen conjures up a lovely dress to replace Casca's robes, which is the first time that Casca has worn a dress since the celebratory ball at Wyndham's royal palace after the end of the war with Tudor.
10th Mar '18 7:58:08 AM Dravencour
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** Wyald has Casca at his mercy and is about to rape her to death with his hideous...''thing''. Casca's slapping and yelling apparently had enough of an effect that he's beginning to stir and hears what's going on. At the last possible moment, when Casca lets out a BigNo, Guts wills his battered body into action, and before you can even see what happened he's got Wyald's loathsome tool impaled on his sword. When they've both regained their footing, Casca watches speechless and trembling as Guts tells her in true DeadpanSnarker fashion that she busted his lip, but that thanks to her he's ready to keep fighting. Just let that sink in for a moment: Guts was completely KO'd, and he would have just died without putting up a fight if Casca hadn't been there, but because he needed to save her he surpassed his limits and got a HeroicSecondWind. Further into the next phase, when Wyald is bearing down on Guts, Casca tries to go help him again despite everything that just happened to her. Judeau has to ''physically stop her'' from going, and she agonizes over the fact that Guts never gives up or runs away.

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** Wyald has Casca at his mercy and is about to rape her to death with his hideous...''thing''. Casca's slapping and yelling apparently had enough of an effect that he's beginning to stir and hears what's going on. At the last possible moment, when Casca lets out a BigNo, Guts wills his battered body into action, and before you can even see what happened [[GroinAttack he's got Wyald's loathsome tool impaled on his sword.sword]]. When they've both regained their footing, Casca watches speechless and trembling as Guts tells her in true DeadpanSnarker fashion that she busted his lip, but that thanks to her he's ready to keep fighting. Just let that sink in for a moment: Guts was completely KO'd, and he would have just died without putting up a fight if Casca hadn't been there, but because he needed to save her he surpassed his limits and got a HeroicSecondWind. Further into the next phase, when Wyald is bearing down on Guts, Casca tries to go help him again despite everything that just happened to her. Judeau has to ''physically stop her'' from going, and she agonizes over the fact that Guts never gives up or runs away.
4th Jan '18 3:30:07 PM NoxArtemis
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* Continuing with their voyage through Casca's memories, Farnese and Schierke learn more and more about the woman Casca once was, and experience many of her emotions during important life events. Evidently, they eventually come across the memory of Casca and Guts making love. While funny in the moment of [[PrimalScene Farnese slapping her hands across Schierke's eyes to shield whatever precociousness is left in her]], Farnese sees and feels for herself what Casca felt towards Guts: unbridled love. To add, since it's from Casca's perspective, Farnese saw the look that Guts gave Casca in the moment and his eyes say it all. Understandably, witnessing this tugs at Farnese's heartstrings, but she's not too surprised, since she knows deep down that Guts loves Casca, and that this confirmed that Casca was very much in love with Guts too. [[TheResenter Despite her complicated feelings about Guts and Casca's relationship]], it seems that Farnese has reconciled [[GreenEyedMonster her feelings of jealousy towards Casca]].

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* Continuing with their voyage through Casca's memories, Farnese and Schierke learn more and more about the woman Casca once was, and experience many of her emotions during important life events. Evidently, Eventually, they eventually come across the memory of Casca and Guts making love. While funny in the moment of [[PrimalScene Farnese slapping her hands across Schierke's eyes to shield whatever precociousness is left in her]], Farnese sees and feels for herself what Casca felt towards Guts: unbridled love. To add, since it's from Casca's perspective, Farnese saw the look that Guts gave Casca in the moment and his eyes say it all. Understandably, witnessing this tugs at Farnese's heartstrings, but she's not too surprised, since she knows deep down that Guts loves Casca, and that this confirmed that Casca was very much in love with Guts too. [[TheResenter Despite her complicated feelings about Guts and Casca's relationship]], it seems that Farnese has reconciled [[GreenEyedMonster her feelings of jealousy towards Casca]].
27th Sep '17 9:19:47 AM NoxArtemis
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* As they delve deeper into Casca's mind, Schierke and Farnese come across a badly injured, three-legged dog dragging a casket which it is very protective of. The dog has a brand of sacrifice on its neck, indicating that this is how Casca sees Guts, and the casket has a broken doll resembling Casca inside. Even in her broken state of mind, Casca still recognises Guts's loyalty and self-sacrifice in trying to protect her. And this is ''after'' the incident where Guts had nearly raped her. Even after all the horrible stuff they've been through, she still feels a concern for his well-being that's almost palpable.
** Farnese's interactions with the tiny, sprite-like version of Casca inside the broken doll are also adorable. Particularly the way it fumbles about in her hands upon being picked up.



* When Schierke and Farnese enter Casca's inner mental state, they come upon a massive, black, three-legged dog dragging a metal coffin by its chains. [[AngryGuardDog The dog becomes very angry and violent]] whenever something tries to approach the coffin, as it has several arrows protruding from its body from warding off attacks. Schierke and Farnese discover that the dog represents Guts when they see the Brand of Sacrifice on its neck and that within the metal coffin, the last remnants of Casca's sanity are contained, meaning that on some subconscious level, Casca knows that Guts is keeping to his promise of always protecting her and is aware of the damage that he has sustained from doing so.

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* When Schierke and Farnese enter Casca's inner mental state, they come upon a massive, black, three-legged dog dragging a metal coffin by its chains. [[AngryGuardDog The dog becomes very angry and violent]] whenever something tries to approach the coffin, as it has several arrows protruding from its body from warding off attacks. Schierke and Farnese discover that the dog represents Guts when they see the Brand of Sacrifice on its neck and that within the metal coffin, the last remnants of Casca's sanity are contained, meaning that on contained inside in the form of a broken doll resembling Casca. On some subconscious level, Casca knows that Guts is keeping to his promise of always protecting her and is aware of the damage that he has sustained from doing so.his loyalty and self-sacrifice. And this is ''after'' the incident where Guts had nearly raped her. Even after all the horrible stuff they've been through, she still feels a concern for his well-being that's almost palpable.
** Farnese's interactions with the tiny, sprite-like version of Casca inside the broken doll are also adorable. Particularly the way it fumbles about in her hands upon being picked up.
26th Sep '17 1:01:08 PM NoxArtemis
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* Guts remembering his days with Casca before the Eclipse while spending the night in Godo's elf mine: "The memories of our days is still burning me up inside," is one of the most romantic, passion-filled things Guts has ever said when referring to his love for Casca, admitting that deep down it wasn't his hatred and love for battle that kept him going, but his feelings for Casca, and [[http://www.mrsmanga.com/Berserk/122.132/178/ the two page panel expressing how complete he felt with Casca just adds to his feelings of passion but also regret (note: NSFW.]]

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* Guts remembering his days with Casca before the Eclipse while spending the night in Godo's elf mine: "The memories of our days is still burning me up inside," is one of the most romantic, passion-filled things Guts has ever said when referring to his love for Casca, admitting that deep down it wasn't his hatred and love for battle that kept him going, but his feelings for Casca, and [[http://www.mrsmanga.com/Berserk/122.132/178/ the two page panel expressing how complete he felt with Casca just adds to his feelings of passion but also regret for taking Casca for granted (note: NSFW.]])]]
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