If Studio Gaga and Kouji Mori hadn’t decided to pick up the Berserk 364 series, it would have ended on a massive cliffhanger, and there would have been a lot of questions that remained unanswered. The “Tear of Morning Dew” chapter of Berserk was the final one written by Kentaro Miura before he passed away. It was the 364th and final chapter of the series. If the story had ended at this point, it would have left readers on one of the most tense and suspenseful notes in the history of manga, and possibly all of fiction.
Berserk 364 Fans
In addition to the fact that the show had been running for close to 30 years, and in addition to the fact that there were a lot of plot threads that were left hanging, the conclusion of the chapter ended on a massive tease for what was to come. There was a time when Berserk 364 fans were willing to acknowledge Chapter 364 as the series’ official conclusion. Despite the fact that it would have meant leaving a number of pressing questions unanswered, the chapter had at least tied itself together with the themes of the narrative.
In addition to that, it would have provided the main characters with something that was almost certainly going to be a happy ending. However, given that the manga is going to be continued, all of those questions can once more be discussed, speculated upon, and, most importantly, predicted.However, before any speculation can be made.
It is necessary to recall the specific situation in which the main cast was left at the end of Chapter 364. The Moonlight Boy is a mysterious child who shows up in front of Guts’ party whenever the moon is full. This chapter featured everyone interacting with the Moonlight Boy. It would appear that he has some sort of relationship with Guts and Casca.
The party’s time spent on Elfheim, particularly during their interactions with The Boy, served as a welcome reprieve from the demonic nightmares that normally plague them on a regular basis. Even though the appearance of the Moonlight Boy is a mystery in and of itself, that is not even the most surprising thing that happens in this chapter.
Casca and Guts
The manner in which the chapter came to a close was the aspect that most kept readers guessing. Casca and Guts were both present during the transformation of the Moonlight Boy into Griffith, the primary antagonist of the series. It was anyone’s guess as to where the plot would go from here with this big reveal.
The interaction could go any number of different ways due to the fact that Guts, Casca, and Griffith share a connection that is, to put it mildly, not straightforward. One of the responses that can be reasonably anticipated from Guts is for him to become enraged and launch an assault against the person who betrayed him, Casca, and everyone else they knew.
Others, on the other hand, believe that Guts has moved on from his vengeful anger since their previous confrontation and that, as a result, the subsequent one will probably be a little less violent. He also might not want to kill Griffith because it appears that the Moonlight Boy is sharing his body with him.
This doesn’t even take into account how the traumatized Casca will She reacts when she sees either of the two most important figures in her life at the same time for the first time. There is no telling what might occur when these three are together in the same location at the same time.