History TearJerker / Berserk

26th Jun '17 5:56:51 AM 9thOutworldsMan
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* Chapter 351 show what is near the mountain in the Casca'smind and while most would think and say erotic things some would know and remember that this is the result of her rape at the hands of Griffith.
** In the same chapter the closer Farnese and Schierke to the top of the mountain it get harder and they realise that the master of the dream, Casca don't want to wake up or regain her sanity.
25th Jun '17 4:07:49 AM Madnessreaver
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* Chapter 351 show what is near the mountain in the Casca'smind and while most would think and say erotic things some would know and remember that this is the result of her rape at the hands of Griffith.
** In the same chapter the closer Farnese and Schierke to the top of the mountain it get harder and they realise that the master of the dream, Casca don't want to wake up or regain her sanity.
13th Jun '17 9:58:51 AM ArgonianLorekeeper
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* She's hardly ever talked about, being the DisposableWoman of ''{{Manga/Berserk}}'', but Sys' brief story is sad with a little bittersweetness added to the mix. A woman who lost her child and almost goes insane with grief is spared that fate by finding baby Guts and raising him as her own child (even going back that far is a little heartbreaking, since Guts started his life [[ChildrenAreInnocent as an innocent baby]] just like everyone else). We don't actually see how Sys raised him during those three years, but during her death scene you can't help but get a feeling of sadness and happiness, since she died holding Guts' hand when he went to her side fearlessly despite that she was dying of the plague. Sys might have died horribly, but she died happily. This moment made me realize that even though Guts didn't really talk about Sys, he did love her as mother and he knew that she loved him back, so maybe he didn't feel the need to talk about her for that reason (unlike his relationship with his adoptive father).

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* She's hardly ever talked about, being the DisposableWoman of ''{{Manga/Berserk}}'', but Sys' brief story is sad with a little bittersweetness added to the mix. A woman who lost her child and almost goes insane with grief is spared that fate by finding baby Guts and raising him as her own child (even going back that far is a little heartbreaking, since Guts started his life [[ChildrenAreInnocent as an innocent baby]] just like everyone else). We don't actually see how Sys raised him during those three years, but during her death scene you can't help but get a feeling of sadness and happiness, since she died holding Guts' hand when he went to her side fearlessly despite that she was dying of the plague. Sys might have died horribly, but she died happily. This moment made me is where one may realize that even though Guts didn't really talk about Sys, he did love her as mother and he knew that she loved him back, so maybe he didn't feel the need to talk about her for that reason (unlike his relationship with his adoptive father).



* Seeing Guts as the Black Swordsman at the end of the Golden Age storyline, walking into the darkness alone. Some fans may describe this as [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome a badass moment]] in Guts' story, which you can rightfully claim too, but this moment makes me extremely sad, especially in the movie interpretation. Why? Because Guts is shown to have such capacity for optimism, hope, and happiness, not to mention that the creative team behind the movie obviously went through the effort to make Guts look very cute and just damn adorable in so many moments (fangirls particularly like how Guts was given "pouty lips"). Mentioning that says a lot about Guts, since you can hardly imagine the guy who was smiling and twirling around in a ballroom was the same guy who gruesomely slaughtered a hundred enemy soldier weeks prior. And seeing Guts warmly smiling at Casca and crippled Griffith in the first half of the movie is so heartbreaking when you finally watch the Eclipse... and then the final scene of the movie shows Guts as this dark, gloomy, brooding, scary, monster of a man who had every fiber of his being destroyed and his heart and soul uninhabitable for happiness.

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* Seeing Guts as the Black Swordsman at the end of the Golden Age storyline, walking into the darkness alone. Some fans may describe this as [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome a badass moment]] in Guts' story, which you can rightfully claim too, but this moment makes me is also extremely sad, saddening, especially in the movie interpretation. Why? Because Guts is shown to have such capacity for optimism, hope, and happiness, not to mention that the creative team behind the movie obviously went through the effort to make Guts look very cute and just damn adorable in so many moments (fangirls particularly like how Guts was given "pouty lips"). Mentioning that says a lot about Guts, since you can hardly imagine the guy who was smiling and twirling around in a ballroom was the same guy who gruesomely slaughtered a hundred enemy soldier weeks prior. And seeing Guts warmly smiling at Casca and crippled Griffith in the first half of the movie is so heartbreaking when you finally watch the Eclipse... and then the final scene of the movie shows Guts as this dark, gloomy, brooding, scary, monster of a man who had every fiber of his being destroyed and his heart and soul uninhabitable for happiness.
13th Jun '17 9:43:07 AM ArgonianLorekeeper
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*** Good thing you added that last part, considering how you can take [[BaseBreakingCharacter Griffith's]] [[DracoInLeatherPants predicament.]]
11th Jun '17 3:33:10 AM 9thOutworldsMan
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* In chapter 350 we see the happy memories of Casca where she use to laugh smile with her friends and comrades. Seeing how things used to be and how they are now one would tearfully wonder how things reached to this point for her.
** There's subtle yet profound sadness in the way Farnese reacts after seeing the full context of Guts' and Casca's relationship in Chapter 350. Faced with the realization that the man she secretly yearns for has long been truly taken, Farnese proclaims out loud that the overflowing emotions she's experiencing at the moment are mere "projections" of Casca's own within the dreamworld, but Schierke (who is also coping with her unrequited crush on Guts) senses otherwise. Although she doesn't say anything, the downtrodden look on Schierke's face suggests that she knows Farnese is only lying to herself to try and maintain composure, while actually hurting deep inside.

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* In chapter Chapter 350 we see takes a look back at some of the happy memories of Casca where she use to laugh smile had with her friends and comrades. Seeing how things the woman she used to be and how they are now can make one would tearfully wonder how things reached to this point for her.
** There's In the same chapter, there's subtle yet profound sadness in the way Farnese reacts after seeing the full context of Guts' and Casca's relationship in Chapter 350.relationship. Faced with the realization that the man she secretly yearns for has long been truly taken, Farnese proclaims out loud that the overflowing emotions she's experiencing at the moment are mere "projections" of Casca's own within the dreamworld, but Schierke (who is also coping with her unrequited crush on Guts) senses otherwise. Although she doesn't say anything, the downtrodden look on Schierke's face suggests that she knows Farnese is only lying to herself to try and maintain composure, while actually hurting deep inside.
10th Jun '17 8:09:47 AM Madnessreaver
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* There's subtle yet profound sadness in the way Farnese reacts after seeing the full context of Guts' and Casca's relationship in Chapter 350. Faced with the realization that the man she secretly yearns for has long been truly taken, Farnese proclaims out loud that the overflowing emotions she's experiencing at the moment are mere "projections" of Casca's own within the dreamworld, but Schierke (who is also coping with her unrequited crush on Guts) senses otherwise. Although she doesn't say anything, the downtrodden look on Schierke's face suggests that she knows Farnese is only lying to herself to try and maintain composure, while actually hurting deep inside.

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* In chapter 350 we see the happy memories of Casca where she use to laugh smile with her friends and comrades. Seeing how things used to be and how they are now one would tearfully wonder how things reached to this point for her.
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There's subtle yet profound sadness in the way Farnese reacts after seeing the full context of Guts' and Casca's relationship in Chapter 350. Faced with the realization that the man she secretly yearns for has long been truly taken, Farnese proclaims out loud that the overflowing emotions she's experiencing at the moment are mere "projections" of Casca's own within the dreamworld, but Schierke (who is also coping with her unrequited crush on Guts) senses otherwise. Although she doesn't say anything, the downtrodden look on Schierke's face suggests that she knows Farnese is only lying to herself to try and maintain composure, while actually hurting deep inside.
8th Jun '17 11:12:38 AM Dravencour
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* During the Golden Age arc, Julius, one of Midland's royalty and next in line to the throne, attempts to have Griffith assassinated. In retaliation, Griffith sends Guts to assassinate Julius. After carrying out the deed, Guts finds out that someone has seen Julius's body and goes to silence them, only to find himself stabbing Adonis, Julius's young son. Adonis's last moments are spent crying in pain as Guts looks hurt and confused: he may be a ruthless warrior, but harming a child caused him such distress that, after escaping the castle, he fell into a minor HeroicBSOD...and really, can you blame him?

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* During the Golden Age arc, Julius, one of Midland's royalty and next in line to the throne, attempts to have Griffith assassinated. In retaliation, Griffith sends Guts to assassinate Julius. After carrying out the deed, Guts finds out that someone has seen Julius's body and goes to silence them, only to find himself stabbing Adonis, Julius's young son. Adonis's last moments are spent crying in pain as Guts looks hurt and confused: he may be a ruthless warrior, but harming a child caused him such distress that, after escaping the castle, he fell into a minor HeroicBSOD...and really, can you blame him?him? Even worse, Adonis clearly reminded Guts of himself back when he was a kid.



* The Eclipse. A rare example that manages to seamlessly weave TearJerker with [[NightmareFuel horror.]]

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* The Eclipse. A rare example that manages to seamlessly weave TearJerker with [[NightmareFuel soul-scouring horror.]]
5th Jun '17 4:55:09 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* Seeing Guts as the Black Swordsman at the end of the Golden Age storyline, walking into the darkness alone. Some fans may describe this as [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome a badass moment]] in Guts' story, which you can rightfully claim too, but this moment makes me extremely sad, especially in the movie interpretation. Why? Because Guts is shown to have such capacity for optimism, hope, and happiness, not to mention that the creative team behind the movie obviously went through the effort to make Guts look very cute and just damn adorable in so many moments (fangirls particularly like how Guts was given "pouty lips"). Mentioning that says a lot about Guts, since you can hardly imagine the guy who was smiling and twirling around in a ballroom was the same guy who gruesomely slaughtered a hundred enemy soldier weeks prior. And seeing Guts warmly smiling at Casca and crippled Griffith in the first half of the movie is so heartbreaking when you finally watch the Eclipse... and then the final scene of the movie shows Guts as this dark, gloomy, brooding, scary, monster of a man who had every fiber of his being destroyed and his heart and soul uninhabitable for happiness. Seeing Guts become the Black Swordsman broke my heart.

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* Seeing Guts as the Black Swordsman at the end of the Golden Age storyline, walking into the darkness alone. Some fans may describe this as [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome a badass moment]] in Guts' story, which you can rightfully claim too, but this moment makes me extremely sad, especially in the movie interpretation. Why? Because Guts is shown to have such capacity for optimism, hope, and happiness, not to mention that the creative team behind the movie obviously went through the effort to make Guts look very cute and just damn adorable in so many moments (fangirls particularly like how Guts was given "pouty lips"). Mentioning that says a lot about Guts, since you can hardly imagine the guy who was smiling and twirling around in a ballroom was the same guy who gruesomely slaughtered a hundred enemy soldier weeks prior. And seeing Guts warmly smiling at Casca and crippled Griffith in the first half of the movie is so heartbreaking when you finally watch the Eclipse... and then the final scene of the movie shows Guts as this dark, gloomy, brooding, scary, monster of a man who had every fiber of his being destroyed and his heart and soul uninhabitable for happiness. Seeing Guts become the Black Swordsman broke my heart.



* Seeing Guts as the Black Swordsman at the end of the Golden Age storyline, walking into the darkness alone. Some fans may describe this as [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome a badass moment]] in Guts' story, which you can rightfully claim too as this is where he starts taking the fight to the demons in earnest, but this moment can make you extremely sad, especially in the movie interpretation. Why? Because Guts is shown to have such capacity for optimism, hope, and happiness, not to mention that the creative team behind the movie obviously went through the effort to make Guts look very cute and just damn adorable in so many moments (fangirls particularly like how Guts was given "pouty lips"). Mentioning that says a lot about Guts, since you can hardly imagine the guy who was smiling and twirling around in a ballroom was the same guy who gruesomely slaughtered a hundred enemy soldiers singlehandedly weeks prior. And seeing Guts warmly smiling at Casca and crippled Griffith in the first half of the movie is so heartbreaking when you finally watch the Eclipse... and then the final scene of the movie shows Guts as this dark, gloomy, brooding, scary, monster of a man who has had every fiber of his being destroyed and his heart and soul uninhabitable for happiness. Seeing Guts become the Black Swordsman broke my heart. When the credits roll, one can see all too clearly that the man who the viewer has grown to know and love is effectively dead, and in his place has emerged a much darker person.

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* Seeing Guts as the Black Swordsman at the end of the Golden Age storyline, walking into the darkness alone. Some fans may describe this as [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome a badass moment]] in Guts' story, which you can rightfully claim too as this is where he starts taking the fight to the demons in earnest, but this moment can make you extremely sad, especially in the movie interpretation. Why? Because Guts is shown to have such capacity for optimism, hope, and happiness, not to mention that the creative team behind the movie obviously went through the effort to make Guts look very cute and just damn adorable in so many moments (fangirls particularly like how Guts was given "pouty lips"). Mentioning that says a lot about Guts, since you can hardly imagine the guy who was smiling and twirling around in a ballroom was the same guy who gruesomely slaughtered a hundred enemy soldiers singlehandedly weeks prior. And seeing Guts warmly smiling at Casca and crippled Griffith in the first half of the movie is so heartbreaking when you finally watch the Eclipse... and then the final scene of the movie shows Guts as this dark, gloomy, brooding, scary, monster of a man who has had every fiber of his being destroyed and his heart and soul uninhabitable for happiness. Seeing Guts become the Black Swordsman broke my heart. When the credits roll, one can see all too clearly that the man who the viewer has grown to know and love is effectively dead, and in his place has emerged a much darker person.
5th Jun '17 4:48:32 PM Dravencour
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* Seeing Guts as the Black Swordsman at the end of the Golden Age storyline, walking into the darkness alone. Some fans may describe this as [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome a badass moment]] in Guts' story, which you can rightfully claim too as this is where he starts taking the fight to the demons in earnest, but this moment can make you extremely sad, especially in the movie interpretation. Why? Because Guts is shown to have such capacity for optimism, hope, and happiness, not to mention that the creative team behind the movie obviously went through the effort to make Guts look very cute and just damn adorable in so many moments (fangirls particularly like how Guts was given "pouty lips"). Mentioning that says a lot about Guts, since you can hardly imagine the guy who was smiling and twirling around in a ballroom was the same guy who gruesomely slaughtered a hundred enemy soldier weeks prior. And seeing Guts warmly smiling at Casca and crippled Griffith in the first half of the movie is so heartbreaking when you finally watch the Eclipse... and then the final scene of the movie shows Guts as this dark, gloomy, brooding, scary, monster of a man who had every fiber of his being destroyed and his heart and soul uninhabitable for happiness. Seeing Guts become the Black Swordsman broke my heart. When the credits roll, one can see all too clearly that the man who the viewer has grown to know and love is effectively dead, and in his place has emerged a much darker person.

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* Seeing Guts as the Black Swordsman at the end of the Golden Age storyline, walking into the darkness alone. Some fans may describe this as [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome a badass moment]] in Guts' story, which you can rightfully claim too as this is where he starts taking the fight to the demons in earnest, but this moment can make you extremely sad, especially in the movie interpretation. Why? Because Guts is shown to have such capacity for optimism, hope, and happiness, not to mention that the creative team behind the movie obviously went through the effort to make Guts look very cute and just damn adorable in so many moments (fangirls particularly like how Guts was given "pouty lips"). Mentioning that says a lot about Guts, since you can hardly imagine the guy who was smiling and twirling around in a ballroom was the same guy who gruesomely slaughtered a hundred enemy soldier soldiers singlehandedly weeks prior. And seeing Guts warmly smiling at Casca and crippled Griffith in the first half of the movie is so heartbreaking when you finally watch the Eclipse... and then the final scene of the movie shows Guts as this dark, gloomy, brooding, scary, monster of a man who has had every fiber of his being destroyed and his heart and soul uninhabitable for happiness. Seeing Guts become the Black Swordsman broke my heart. When the credits roll, one can see all too clearly that the man who the viewer has grown to know and love is effectively dead, and in his place has emerged a much darker person.
5th Jun '17 4:47:23 PM Dravencour
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* Seeing Guts as the Black Swordsman at the end of the Golden Age storyline, walking into the darkness alone. Some fans may describe this as [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome a badass moment]] in Guts' story, which you can rightfully claim too, but this moment can make you extremely sad, especially in the movie interpretation. Why? Because Guts is shown to have such capacity for optimism, hope, and happiness, not to mention that the creative team behind the movie obviously went through the effort to make Guts look very cute and just damn adorable in so many moments (fangirls particularly like how Guts was given "pouty lips"). Mentioning that says a lot about Guts, since you can hardly imagine the guy who was smiling and twirling around in a ballroom was the same guy who gruesomely slaughtered a hundred enemy soldier weeks prior. And seeing Guts warmly smiling at Casca and crippled Griffith in the first half of the movie is so heartbreaking when you finally watch the Eclipse... and then the final scene of the movie shows Guts as this dark, gloomy, brooding, scary, monster of a man who had every fiber of his being destroyed and his heart and soul uninhabitable for happiness. Seeing Guts become the Black Swordsman broke my heart. When the credits roll, one can see all too clearly that the man who the viewer has grown to know and love is effectively dead, and in his place has emerged a much darker person.

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* Seeing Guts as the Black Swordsman at the end of the Golden Age storyline, walking into the darkness alone. Some fans may describe this as [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome a badass moment]] in Guts' story, which you can rightfully claim too, too as this is where he starts taking the fight to the demons in earnest, but this moment can make you extremely sad, especially in the movie interpretation. Why? Because Guts is shown to have such capacity for optimism, hope, and happiness, not to mention that the creative team behind the movie obviously went through the effort to make Guts look very cute and just damn adorable in so many moments (fangirls particularly like how Guts was given "pouty lips"). Mentioning that says a lot about Guts, since you can hardly imagine the guy who was smiling and twirling around in a ballroom was the same guy who gruesomely slaughtered a hundred enemy soldier weeks prior. And seeing Guts warmly smiling at Casca and crippled Griffith in the first half of the movie is so heartbreaking when you finally watch the Eclipse... and then the final scene of the movie shows Guts as this dark, gloomy, brooding, scary, monster of a man who had every fiber of his being destroyed and his heart and soul uninhabitable for happiness. Seeing Guts become the Black Swordsman broke my heart. When the credits roll, one can see all too clearly that the man who the viewer has grown to know and love is effectively dead, and in his place has emerged a much darker person.
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