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As Mozgus and his men continue their witchhunt for heretics, Farnese can't help but feel a twinge of doubt. Meanwhile, Guts unexpectedly encounters a familiar face, who brings ill tidings.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Berserk from 176 votes.
Into a tavern walks a man with a massive sword, where he encounters a caged elf being bullied by grown men. Thus begins the strange partnership between the elf, Puck, and the swordsman, Guts.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Berserk from 299 votes.
Guts returns to a place he'd left two years ago to reconnect with old friends, but finds that someone he holds most dear has vanished. Guts tries to lay blame, but he is not entirely innocent.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Berserk from 197 votes.
Guts is still coming to terms with his fateful encounter with the monk and his daughter when he is confronted by the Holy Iron Chain Knights. Their commander berates him about his many sins is declares he is to be brought to the Holy See...
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Berserk from 230 votes.
Guts and Puck are taken aback by Farnese's inability to see the elf. However, Farnese's refusal to accept anything beyond what she considers to be real in her world is about to be sorely tested.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Berserk from 217 votes.
Intent on finding Casca, Guts continues his journey toward the Tower of Conviction. Meanwhile, Farnese is already there, witnessing unspeakable horrors committed by those who serve the Holy See.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Berserk from 182 votes.
Mozgus and his disciples have been turned, and Guts must work fast to keep them from taking Casca. Meanwhile, Luca finds herself face to face with a strange entity who begins to tell her a story...
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Berserk from 168 votes.
As Guts fights his way to Casca, his way is barred by the possessed leader of the heretics. Little does he know that a far more formidable human opponent lies in wait up ahead...
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Berserk from 172 votes.
Guts' group approach the city of Vritannis where Ishidro upsets Schierke about her witch’s clothing. Schierke's learns that Vritannis traded in Kushan slaves, but all the slaves have been hanged as religious enemies of the Holy See. Schierke adn Ishidoro save a group of children from pirate kidnappers.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Berserk from 89 votes.
Guts receives unexpected visitors with a surprising request. Meanwhile, Griffith and his force continue their advance, gaining new allies both fair and foul along the way.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Berserk from 109 votes.
Guts manages to get Casca back at Albion and returns to Godo’s shack. There, he sees Rickert talking to Griffith, who had just regained physical form in Albion. Guts is unable to hold back his rage and attacks, but Zod gets in his way. An intense battle between the two who have improved their swordsmanship begins!
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Berserk from 138 votes.
In order to get away from the disasters that the brand brings to them, Guts decides to head toward Puck’s homeland. However, traveling with Casca was proving to be difficult, and darkness was stirring within Guts. Meanwhile, Farnese and Serpico, who had parted ways with Guts in Albion, had renounced the Holy See and were trying to find him. Under the cold winter night, Serpico remembers the day that Farnese had first found him...
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Berserk from 125 votes.
Farnese has a moment of self-realization as she tries to adjust to her change in circumstance. Her abrupt about-face surprises Guts and his comrades, but nothing prepares them for the surprise audience with a witch in the forest who seems to know everything about them.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Berserk from 111 votes.
As people struggle to survive the onslaught of demonic forces, the eclipse reaches its zenith. What will happen when the prophesied God materializes among mortal men?
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Berserk from 195 votes.
Guts faces off with Mozgus, who has transformed into a giant monster, while trying to save Caska from being burned at the stake. Guts has trouble defeating Mozgus in his current form, due to his body being so hard that even his sword cannot break through. Meanwhile, the Egg has a fateful encounter...
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Berserk from 171 votes.
While speaking with the witch of the forest, she tells Guts she is much more knowledgable of his situation than he thought. She indicated someone has told her to expect them. Guts is keen on finally getting some answers to all of his questions, but the witch can sense Guts' inner turmoil. She has her young apprentice join Guts' band to help remove trolls from a nearby village.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Berserk from 108 votes.
In his new cursed armor, Guts does not feel pain. This makes him near unstoppable, to the point that even one of the apostles of light cannot defeat him. But even if he doesn't feel pain, the damage still remains, and the armor itself threatens to engulf his soul...
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Berserk from 99 votes.
Guts' band are not welcomed kindly when they arrive to help dispel trolls from a nearby village. Despite this, they manage to be allowed to stay the night, hoping they can intercept the trolls. Soon enough, the trolls come, but unlike before where there were just a few...the entire heard comes storming upon the city.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Berserk from 106 votes.
Guts is finally close to finding Casca, but Casca has caught the heretics' eye, and the Holy Iron Chain Knights are also homing in on the heretics' location...
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Berserk from 184 votes.
Guts and party resume their journey to Puck’s home, an island called Skellig that exist between the planes and is home to both elves and mages. Skull Knight warns Guts of the effects of using the Berserker Armor. At night they are attacked by giant humanoid crocodiles controlled by Kushan sorcerers.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Berserk from 82 votes.
Last updated: oct 09, 2020
I wanted to like this so much, the manga is amazing and the other anime adaptations were actually pretty good, but they just had to let such an amateur studio (or actually two at the same time) adapt it, I'm really disappointed. Let's hope this show at least garners more attention to Berserk in general.
Omfg I can't wait for this!
make sure you watch the bluray and not the tv broadcast version.
So, another 10 years for another season to come out... oh, yeah, the 10 years are up and the franchise is still dead in the water.
im fan of berserk but can't watch this because its cgi is super bad i kida puked in my mouth till second episode #stop_CGI
Apart from the crappy CGI animation it's really well done. But they completely ignored the Lost Children arc and several bits. Comedy was really good in manga, this 3D animation will not be that appealing
rough start and a big jump in time, but definitely gets better when the witch enters!
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