So stellt sich uns BERSERK in den ersten fünf Episoden der Anime-Serie vor, die 5 Episoden + Bonusmaterial: Entwürfe für die Berserk-Charaktere - Berserk. Berserk and the Band of the Hawk. Spiel | PS Vita Neben dem Haupthelden Guts gibt es weitere Charaktere, die du spielen kannst. Außerdem wurde dieselbe. A Adonis Azan Adon Anna B Boscogne Behelith-Apostel/ Ei der Vollkommenen Welt Basooso Babo Die Bestie König Blütensturm C Colette Charlotte Conrad D.
Children Forced to Kill: He fought his first battle at age nine, which is when he made his first kill. Choice of Two Weapons: Yes, he has all the traits of a modern Anti-Hero , but Character Development has mellowed him into a very melancholic Classical example.
Guts usually remains straight-faced and serious, even while putting up with the humorous antics of his companions.
Once he realized the importance of having a goal of your own to strive for beyond living out your life simply because you were born into it, he became much more introspective and thoughtful of his place in the world.
Whenever he is under the influence of his Enemy Within , the Beast, his very soul is in grave danger, not just the people around him.
Works himself to the bone to defy being this. As one who carries the Brand of Sacrifice, Apostles and other supernatural creatures are gunning for him every night.
Cruel to Be Kind: Another one of his defining characteristics as the Black Swordsman, particularly when dealing with children.
One notable example is from that time he and then newly-acquainted Isidro were being chased by a pack of wagon wheel demons. He orders Isidro to get off the road and head towards rocky terrain where the wheels cannot follow, but the stubborn boy refuses.
Guts fits this role since the Hawks were the closest thing to a family he ever had and he and Casca were life partners. Guts Used to Be a Sweet Kid.
Dark and Troubled Past: He was born falling from a hanged woman and it goes downhill from there. Dark Is Not Evil: Upon realizing this, he made a huge turn-around and dedicated himself to protecting her no matter the cost.
Why shy away at the good part? Due to being marked with the Brand of Sacrifice, Guts exists in the Interstice between the world of the living and the Astral Realm, letting him interact and fight with supernatural beings.
Guts at first desperately tries to cope with life after the Eclipse, but despairs once he finally grasps the depth of the damage Griffith had inflicted upon his relationship with Casca.
He then becomes so driven by sorrow that he even admits that literally the only thing keeping him from just giving up is his burning hatred. Killing fifty mooks was nothing to him - he had to take it up a notch!
Guts gets a different one depending on the adaptation: In the manga, the very first thing he does is have sex with an Apostle disguised as a beautiful woman, and blows her brains out with his Arm Cannon when she tries to eat him.
He starts by interrupting their tormenting of Puck Collette and her father in the anime with a storm of arrows that kills most of them, tortures the survivor before sending him to bring word of his presence, and kills the guy who tries to sneak behind him with a cut of his gigantic Dragonslayer.
Even the Guys Want Him: Griffith acted a lot like a Yandere towards him in the past. Back during his Black Swordsman days, Guts was fond of malicious, maniacal laughter, most often directed at his demonic enemies.
It can be utterly terrifying. The Dragonslayer has become cursed due to repeated exposure to the blood of Apostles, enabling it to cut through normally-intangible entities like ghosts.
The anime and manga begin with the Black Swordsman Arc when Guts is already an expert demon-slayer and one of the greatest master swordsmen in the world.
The Golden Age Arc which introduces him as a fifteen years old mercenary, he has already been training since age six and fighting since age nine, and has gotten so strong that he is able to defeat a famous and dreaded opponent like Bazuso.
In all versions the Training from Hell that he went through as a kid in order to get that way is shown in flashback a good deal after his introduction to the audience as a character.
The helmet of his Berserker Armor elongates and functions like a mouth when the Beast takes over. He also takes after Kenshiro of Fist of the North Star , more in terms of role and design than in personality.
Guts will never forget the last sight of his right eye. Face of a Thug: Failed a Spot Check: Crosses over with No Social Skills.
Guts broke away from the Hawks because he believed they were on a completely different level from him especially Griffith , in that they all had their own aspirations to fulfill beyond the battlefield, while he simply sought out the next fight, without any real purpose beyond both the thrill of it and the coin to be gained.
He finally finds companionship and love in the Band of the Hawk, Griffith, and Casca—only for Griffith to take everything away from him in a single night , with him unable to save virtually anybody from the horrors of the Eclipse.
Then , he saves Casca from being burnt at the stake at the Tower of Conviction, only for the stress of having to defend her hit him so hard he ends up nearly raping her in his mental exhaustion.
Griffith gave him something to fight for, and over time Guts opened up to Griffith and his new companions. Furthermore, he was painfully aware of how he knew nothing but how to fight, and felt as if that was the only thing he had to offer anyone.
The result of this was that Griffith had a Freak Out and did something that led to his imprisonment and to the Hawks being hunted, while Casca had to endure for a year without Guts realizing how much she missed and needed him.
Even after his Relationship Upgrade with Casca and being reunited with Griffith, Guts fails to understand just how unstable Griffith is becoming as a result of his mixed-up feelings of love and hatred towards him.
He is taken aback by the realization of how much the raiders love him, and how the Band of the Hawk was his home all along.
After the Eclipse, it was how he used wrathful and self-destructive revenge as an addictive drug that helped him forget about the pain of losing everyone he cared about.
He used The Power of Hate to keep pushing himself forward even while his body was getting cut to ribbons, and he made such an effort to be callous and cruel for the sake of his goal that he came dangerously close to crossing the Moral Event Horizon several times.
A Father to His Men: Be they monster or mook, things just want to fight with Guts. And they usually lose terribly.
When Guts sees the Demon Horse about to rape Farnese, this event makes him flashback to his absolute worst moment during the Eclipse Casca getting raped by Femto , which serves to set him off in a serious way.
This also happens during his first time making love to Casca, where he ends up flashing back to what Donovan did to him , nearly resulting in Casca getting strangled to death before he manages to come back to his senses.
Guts and Griffith serve as foils whose character traits contrast with each other. Guts is a loner, suspicious of other people, while Griffith draws other people to himself.
Guts has No Social Skills , while Griffith has great charisma and charm. Guts lives in the moment, focusing on living another day, while Griffith has a grand dream and always looks toward the future.
Guts relies on his strength and toughness to fight, while Griffith prefers speed and finesse. After his reincarnation, Griffith is a Villain with Good Publicity who is universally worshiped by his army and the people and associated with light and the color white, while Guts is a Hero with Bad Publicity associated with darkness and the color black who is feared , hated, and shrouded in mystery.
Not quite a "fool," but everything Guts is doing is for his lady love. Dogpiled by a bunch of Apostles, Guts could only watch Femto molesting and raping Casca to insanity right in front of him , unable to do anything about it, screaming in rage and pain.
It was also the last scene his right eye could see before it got clawed out. When Guts wakes up after the Eclipse and finally has some time to fully realize the horrible results of the event, he spends a chapter blindly running through the woods in extreme mental agony, having meaningful flashbacks about his fallen friends, and clearly blaming himself for everything that happened.
He only cools down when he remembers Griffith was the real cause of the whole nightmare. Guts promptly re-invents himself as the Black Swordsman.
What separates him from many examples of characters who use the Freudian Excuse as a literal excuse for their actions and deeds is that the story plays out his behavior in a much more subdued and realistic manner.
Why does Guts have so much trouble trusting others? When Guts discovers that his own adoptive father was the one who sold him and for three silver coins , is it really any surprise that he becomes utterly cynical and distrusting of others?
Worse yet, when he eventually does find it in himself to trust Band of the Hawk , Griffith , and Casca , all of that gets taken away in the horrific bloodbath that is the Eclipse.
And even when Guts eventually gives up his quest for vengeance in the name of protecting those he loves, his concern for his loved ones massively outweighs his concern for those who are strangers to him.
Why is he so ignorant of social norms, and why is he so comfortable when it comes to fighting? Because he was raised primarily by mercenaries who foisted sword training on him before he even reached puberty, and as such Guts has been so entrenched in the art of war and slaughter that he just generally sucks when it comes to dealing with socialization.
That being said, this is ultimately a Played With example, as there are multiple instances of Guts going beyond his own circumstances in terms of his behavior.
He still retains a sense of empathy and compassion, far more so than Griffith who we can assume grew up in considerably less horrific circumstances , and a lot of his rough-around-the-edges behavior towards people can be attributed to his unwillingness to get them caught in the crossfire of his quest for revenge.
Friend to All Children: Guts is not the softest man to be around, and he has rough methods of dealing with people, including children.
Just the fact that most of his True Companions are half his age just brings the point home. Relate to Would Hurt a Child below. Nice to see it.
From Nobody to Nightmare: Started off as a random merc whose only defining characteristics were his unreasonably large sword and his extreme tenacity , to a renowned raid captain known for having slain a hundred men in a single night, before ultimately becoming a demon-slaying human armory with over a thousand kills to his name.
Guts needed the nigh-indestructible Dragonslayer to fight Apostles without breaking his sword which is only possible because he has the inhuman strength to cut through said enemies in the first place.
This gets taken Up to Eleven when he gets ahold of the Berserker Armor, as whenever the armor induces a mindless state of endless rage within him, it removes all bodily inhibitions that could otherwise prevent him from going full-bore with any attack, all the while pinning his bones and muscle back into place whenever they snap off-kilter.
He can crack pure corundum, which is third only to diamond and moissanite in terms of hardness. He may not look it but Guts is not in the slightest what you would call dumb muscle.
One noticeable example is against Wyald where he put a log in his torso armor and threw it at Wyald and also tied a helmeted corpse against a tree to dupe him out.
Give My Regards in the Next World: I Am a Monster: When Griffith questions what his murder of the queen, kidnapping of a child and murdering the bandits he employed since they were loose ends says about his character and asks Guts what he thinks of it.
Guts laughs it up saying that the man who killed hundreds has no room to talk. He outgrows it as he gains new companions. States this to Casca in terms of letting anyone touch him.
Ignorant of the Call: When he was a merc, literally everyone knew just how valuable he was to the team. This lack of self-awareness, coupled with his lack of aspirations, caused him to believe that he was different from the rest of the Band , who all had dreams and aspirations beyond just living to fight another day.
And in present-day, Guts is considered by the Skull Knight to be one of the few capable of ever defeating the Godhand, due to his sheer determination and boundless rage.
I Have Your Wife: If an Apostle still has someone they love , he does not hold back from using them as a hostage or a decoy.
Just ask Theresia and Jill. I Just Want to Be Loved: Guts desperately wants Casca to love him back once again. The mere possibility of accomplishing this is his main motivation to try to regain her sanity.
Believed to be this by the Skull Knight. Now that he is stuck in the interstice between the physical and astral planes of the universe, he is able to "break the flow of the river," somewhat, and forge a path for himself that the God Hand itself may not see coming.
It should be noted, though, that he cannot keep this up indefinitely. Interesting in that the universe itself is actively trying to defy this, as the Brand of the Sacrifice is trying to "correct the mistake" made during the Eclipse by drawing demons and ghosts to Guts in order to get him killed.
This may go even further than just defying fate. The man has survived countless injuries , a Wound That Will Not Heal , hundred-foot falls , and ridiculous amounts of blood loss.
All of this may be attributed to how he managed to survive something that objectively no one was meant to survive , and takes his Determinator status to a whole new level.
He can even wield it in one hand! His ability to use a sword whose own smith admitted that it was a useless slab of metal with such ease and dexterity is so absurd that it turns the laws of physics themselves into an absurdity.
Justified, given that Guts is in the interstice between the physical and astral planes of existence and is by implication Immune to Fate. Guts is probably the most Egregious example in Berserk — someone attaining rank and competency at such a young age that it buggers the mind.
His adoptive father Gambino made him a Child Soldier by forcing him to accompany him into battle as his page and practice fencing with live blades at age six.
By age eleven, however, he was a bona fide warrior, even managing to single-handedly kill a noble enemy commander, and since he was driven out of his former mercenary camp this was also the age when he effectively became responsible for himself.
At fifteen years old he was showing signs of Charles Atlas Superpower , being far stronger and faster than any grown mercenary and managing to defeat the dreaded knight Bazuso, thereby catching the attention of the equally prodigious young mercenary captain Griffith.
He made his name as a One-Man Army in the Hundred Year War by single-handedly defeating a force of no fewer than one hundred Tudor mercenaries, and became a hero of the war by slaying the undefeated General Boscogn in the Battle of Doldrey.
And those are just the things he did before he got branded as a sacrifice, and had to spend practically every minute of his life fighting against hungry spirits and gargantuan monsters.
Over time this is Deconstructed by the fact that Guts shows serious signs of Dented Iron from having gone through so much physical and mental torture by the start of his twenties, to the point where part of his hair has gone white, his entire body is covered with scars and burns, and his face looks a good ten or twenty years older than he ought to be.
Was this before running into and joining the Band of the Hawk. Then he earned The Power of Friendship and the Power of Trust as he began to value the importance of teamwork and camaraderie while with the Hawks.
And then it happened you know the drill. And with that, Guts returned to Ineffectual Loner status in fact, worse , among other things Inverted , if only barely, as Guts violently opposes the Godhand and during his earlier days as the Black Swordsman was willing to stoop to any depths if it meant getting closer to his revenge.
After the Eclipse this motivation is replaced by his desire to protect Casca and avenge his fallen comrades. In Love with Your Carnage: This scene implies that his life of constant battle has made him desensitised to things that would arouse most people and can now only get turned on by When Guts and Casca were up against Adon and his hundred men, Adon explained their intent to capture them both and have Guts tortured while turning Casca into their " toy.
Age is not a factor when it comes to who Guts bonds with. For being so badass it hurts, Guts still remains a human and there are times when his body is just too worn out to match his will and then he may get captured.
When Puck first meets him, Guts professes to only care about taking revenge on Apostles for his own satisfaction, while any innocent bystanders who happen to die are of no concern to him.
Later on we learn that Guts is only pretending to be a jerk and tries to look down on the weak as worthless so that he will not become vulnerable himself.
Far from being a narcissist, he frequently engages in Heroic Self-Deprecation and turns out to be more capable of compassion than he first lets on.
It is true, however, that Guts is a neutral character who values the lives of those he cares about more than people who are strangers to him.
He is willing to let as many people die as necessary in order to protect Casca, because she is more important to him than any number of other people.
The reason why he is so reluctant to show more concern for his current companions. The reason why Guts fights Apostles, especially after the Eclipse.
He just wants to eradicate those who have caused him pain and suffering in the past and will beat down anyone who gets in his way , be they Mook or Innocent Bystander.
Convinced that Casca was in love with Griffith, Guts wished the both of them happiness before leaving the Hawks even though he himself had a growing attraction to Casca at the time.
Like his badass-ness, Guts has several layers of jerkass-ness that seem to evolve throughout the series. Jerk with a Heart of Gold: This is notably more prevalent post- Character Development.
The realization of just how much he took Casca for granted is enough to bring Guts to his knees. I had it in my hands The thing I cherished most!?
Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Guts does believe in God, or something like him. The catch is that his experiences have convinced him that God Is Evil , and wants nothing to do with whatever "divine entity" that looms out there.
Ever since he got the brand, Guts can only get some shut eye when he finds a spot in full sunlight. Usually not his thing except that one time when Guts was scheming with Griffith against the queen.
After that, we realise how good he looks with it. Nice Job Breaking It, Hero! Guts is a simple guy in a complex world, and a lot his choices have unforeseen consequences.
No Badass to His Valet: Now sit down, shut up, and receive your What the Hell, Hero? A seriously pissed off Guts will become much like a demon himself, but his staunch resolve to remain human and the presence of his Morality Chain read: Casca prevents him from completely delving into full-blown "demonhood.
Because of being raised as a mercenary by an abusive father and having experiences that made him avoid letting anyone get close to him, Guts is blunt, tactless, antisocial, and completely clueless about social graces such as how to show deference to the nobility or talk to a lady.
He never really bothered to realize that Casca wanted him to stay with the Hawks because she was falling in love with him.
He also completely and utterly failed to notice how obsessed Griffith was with him, to the point of assuming that his utterly crushed stance when Guts is leaving has to do with Griffith being unable to deal with being defeated.
His favored sword, The Dragonslayer , would be impossible for most men to wield two handed. He can swing it hard enough to kill scores of men and monsters with one.
This actually makes some kind of sense: He earned the moniker of "Hundred-Man Slayer" well before becoming the monster-killer he is today. According to this kill counter , he has a total of onscreen kills so far, and those are just the ones we know about!
Then again, this is usually a cue in for their own little relationship. Paralyzing Fear of Sexuality: Because of being abused as a child , Guts Hates Being Touched by anyone except Casca, and to an extent Griffith as well.
After being celibate for a long time he eventually develops Single-Target Sexuality for Casca, but he has a panic attack during Their First Time as a result of his pent-up trauma.
The good news is that they work through it together, and after that he even expresses interest in doing it with her times more. From then on he tries not to ever see her unclothed and leaves most of her personal care to Farnese.
The scars will do. It usually happens to children But time and time again, Guts has shown himself to be fully capable of compassion to a surprising degree , and it is ultimately both his refusal to sacrifice his humanity and his determination to protect his loved ones that separates him from the monstrous Apostles he faces.
Probably an example notable for its strangeness because it combines this trope with Kick the Dog is mocking Theresia over the body of her dead father and handing her a knife to kill herself with.
As he goes to leave, she vows to kill him one day and he brushes her off with a "Good luck with that". As soon as he appears on the scene, you can count on background characters to say some variation of, "Look at that thing!
Is that a sword!? At every stage of his growth he continued getting used to wielding a sword that was oversized for his stature: Due to having been branded and sacrificed by Griffith upon the Eclipse, Guts cannot be sacrificed again by anyone, as was exposed during his run-in with the Count.
By extension, Casca shares this "protection. In several ways, mostly due to his Brand. Not nearly as pointy as many of the supernatural entities in the series, but his ears are still noticeably so when compared to other humans.
They also get decidedly pointy whenever he dons his Berserker armour and Schierke exposes his astral visage, which clearly sports a pair of black, elongated ears.
The Power of Friendship: Back in his merc days, Guts was just a brooding loner who constantly sought the next fight purely for the sake of the next fight —life as a sellsword being so routine to him that he never really considered any thought towards building his own dreams, goals or aspirations beyond combat.
It was the Band of the Hawk and his experiences with them that led to him becoming more introspective and trusting of others—only for all of that to be taken away during the Eclipse.
The Power of Hate: Ran on this throughout his two years of Walking the Earth out of pure vengeance for the betrayal he suffered at the Eclipse and the loss of all of his friends.
After realizing that he still has something Worth Living For in Casca, Guts has tried to cast his hatred aside in favor of keeping her safe and restoring her sanity, but still he is often forced to rely on the Berserker Armor, and the beast constantly tempts him to give in to wrath.
The Power of Love: No matter how you look at it, his current driving force is his love for Casca. Sure his new True Companions are important and all, but Casca is on a completely different level.
The Power of Trust: And it is his trust in his current crowd of companions that leads him to want to preserve his humanity for the sake of protecting them and keeping himself from being just as monstrous and depraved as the Apostles he faces.
Put the "Laughter" in "Slaughter": Guts as a rage-filled Anti-Hero has laughed while slaughtering all around him in at least one of his darkest moments.
In the Lost Children chapter, while being attacked at night by the flaming ghosts of dozens of children who he had killed earlier when they were possessed monsters, he laughs with wild abandon as if taking sadistic joy in cutting them down.
Rage Against the Heavens: Or Rage Against The Hells, if that makes more sense, when putting the Godhand in general into consideration Zodd may look a little weaker in the context of how the Godhand and other parts of the supernatural world has been developed, but he feels like a symbol for all the mystery and inhuman might behind it.
Her warm, refined and dignified presence plus the fact that her home occupies a sort of literal oasis in the Interstice shows that there can still be peace in a very grim world.
Flora always works to see and fight for the best in people, and I loved her maternal relationship with Schierke.
Man did I feel bad for Judeau at the eclipse. Judeau had a knack for reading the emotions of others but unfortunately was never able to speak true to his own.
Not many regular human beings can go toe to toe against Guts, but Serpico can. Our resident Pyromanic making the list at number 5. Farnese is a bit of a problem child but has recently gone into far more problematic and damning territory.
Think of how much of a central figure Guts is in the Berserk universe. Think about how strong he is as a fighter.
Now think that right now, Shierke is the person he probably needs the most to keep him, and the rest of the group, alive. It was a brilliant stroke by Miura to make Guts, one of the most dominating and macho male leads in the anime canon and belovedly so rely on and trust so deeply a young girl with magic powers.
A breath of fresh air from the stuffy and zealous religious bigots that claim so much power in the world of Berserk, Schierke is a call back to a pagan, at least in the european context, belief system.
Shierke is one of the reasons that the last two arcs of the Manga have still been great, aside from the over-reliance on maritime adventures.
Casca goes through a lot of hell in the world of Berserk. A miserable fate made even worse by how bright Casca shone in the Golden Age.
Casca was universally respected by the Hawks, she was a woman who lived in the age of total patriarchy and led men successfully on the field of battle.
She was skillful, agile fighter who was fleet of foot and able to defeat men who were bigger and stronger than her. Casca led the hawks in the desperate times after Griffith was imprisoned, and was the only thing that kept the band together.
Nearly at the end of her rope, she tried to commit suicide only before Guts managed to pull her back and the two started a relationship in which they found some happiness in eachother.
I really want to see that Happiness back in Berserk, and I hope that Casca gets her memories back soon. A series like Berserk needed a great villain if it ever needed to be successful, and boy does Griffith fit the bill.
His betrayal at the Eclipse is as cataclysmic as it is shocking, and it makes something like the Red Wedding look like a tea party.
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