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Artemy said: [This is my review for Berserk volumes 1–7]So, this is the last volume of Nice budding relationship between Guts and Casca also some actual. zipavika: “Casca from Berserk. . TBH, What really drew me to berserk was actually the romance between Guts and Casca—their relationship's. Not just post-Eclipse, but during their entire relationship. At most, the Eclipse takes place a few days after Guts and Casca made love, which is far to realize they're pregnant even today with all the pee-n-see tests we have.
Berserk, Vol. 7
Miura put it best when he said that in this story, emotions govern logic. And at this point, we're spiraling toward an ultimatum. Griffith has lost a lot because of his dishonesty about his feelings.
Rather than realizing this, he's going to double down on the facade he's created. However, I could do without the apostles showing up to attack the hawks that stayed behind.Berserk - Guts and Casca - My Immortal
This feels more like jumping the gun than it does foreshadowing. And it makes the eclipse less shocking because we've already been exposed to similar imagery just before it. Not sure how I feel about Casca being kind of wishy-washy either. I get that she's torn between Griffith and Guts, but I feel like her inner monologue about Guts from the previous book was pretty decisive. Maybe it was an attempt to show how her mind has reached that conclusion but her feelings don't want to move on from Griffith?
If so, that didn't work for me and wasn't me read on the situation.
The Dogs' apostle leader, Wyaldeventually transforms into his true form in his bout with Guts, attempts to rape Casca,  and grabs a defenseless Griffith in retaliation when Guts decisively overpowers him, disclosing the full extent of the White Falcon's grievous injuries to the band.
Soon after, Zodd abruptly arrives and shockingly tears his fellow apostle in two, afterwards imparting a message to Griffith — foreshadowing the return of the Falcon's lost beherit — before flying off.
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While Casca replaces his bandages, Griffith uses his feeble strength to force himself on her; though initially opposed to his advance, she is overcome with pity for his weakened, fragile state and gingerly hugs him as he relents. Leaving Griffith's carriage, Casca pleads with Guts to again leave the Falcons, if he is truly Griffith's friend and equal. When Griffith wrecks the carriage and lands in a lake, Guts and the others rush to his location, as a solar eclipse begins and ominous figures approach in the distance.
Soon as Guts reaches him, however, the Falcons are all whisked away into an alternate dimension by Griffith's returned Crimson Beherit. Numerous demons are present to greet the Falcons, welcoming them to the nocturnal feast coined "the Eclipse ".
Four profound entities emerge from within the dimension afterwards, introducing themselves as the God Hand and revealing the purpose of the Eclipse: Judeau comes to Casca's rescue on horseback as Pippin mounts a last stand against one of the demons, demanding that she survive as the band's leader.
Heavily injured, Judeau tells Casca to carry on alone, but is reprimanded by the commander and told to stand on his feet. In spite of her urging, Judeau slowly goes numb before eventually succumbing to his injuries. With his death, Casca is surrounded and stripped bare by an onslaught of lustful apostles. After all but Guts and Casca are dead, Griffith, reborn as the fifth God Hand member Femto, immediately descends down towards an ensnared Guts and motions a demon to bring Casca to him.
Femto then proceeds to rape Casca in front of Guts, intent on forcing the latter to watch as his lover begs him to look away. Four days later, she gives birth to her and Guts' demon child — the infant having been tainted by Femto's violation of Casca — before it fades away into the Astral World at sunrise. Two years after Guts leaves her in Godot's cave, Casca wanders off when Erica lets her out and ends up in the company of a harlot named Lucawhose group is among the refugees traveling to Albion.
Along the way, the refugees are ambushed by would-be assassins targeting the Holy See inquisitor Mozgus. Casca nearly gets herself arrested when she interacts with a pleading assassin, though Luca dispels any suspicions of her being associated with the attackers. Not long after reaching Albion, her presence as one branded begins to rile restless spirits of the dead; her cover is blown when a cult dedicated to the Goddess of the Flame, believing her to be a witch, conducts a ritual to marry her to their leader.
Pandemonium breaks out when the pagans are possessed by the vengeful spirits of their many sacrifices and the Great Goat is turned into a pseudo-apostle.
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Luckily, having been propelled to find her after receiving a vision of her burning, Guts arrives to save Casca from the Great Goat's clutches. In the tower, Mozgus, having observed her Brand of Sacrifice and denounced her as a witch, places Casca inside an iron maiden in an effort to bleed her to death. Believing her death will end the torrent of manifested malice in Albion, Mozgus conducts a witch trial in which he sentences her to burning at the stake; however, Isidro is able to make amends for his earlier blunder by freeing her from the stake.
As if by instinct, Griffith unwittingly protects her; given pause by his involuntary act, he orders Zodd to cease his battle with Guts and departs. Sadly, only the first seven volumes were published here in Russia before the publisher abandoned the project, so that's all that my friend has in borrowable paper format.
Berserk, Vol. 10
I can't really decide how I feel about Berserk, honestly. It has a lot going for it: This manga never feels like a chore to read, the stuff happens all the time and holds the reader's attention really well.
On the other hand, for all seven volumes, Berserk didn't manage to surprise me even once. You have probably seen, heard or read this story hundreds of times before. It's a story about a brooding hero who is on a quest for revenge, he's practically unstoppable in battle, he is a loner and a bit of an asshole, but later we realise that he has a good heart after all.