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Berserk is a 2021 anime by Wit Studio that faithfully adapts Kentarou Miura's critically acclaimed manga series of the same name.

Synopsys

Guts, a former mercenary now known as the "Black Swordsman," is out for revenge. After a tumultuous childhood, he finally finds someone he respects and believes he can trust, only to have everything fall apart when this person takes away everything important to Guts for the purpose of fulfilling his own desires. Now marked for death, Guts becomes condemned to a fate in which he is relentlessly pursued by demonic beings. Setting out on a dreadful quest riddled with misfortune, Guts, armed with a massive sword and monstrous strength, will let nothing stop him, not even death itself, until he is finally able to take the head of the one who stripped him—and his loved one—of their humanity.

Voice Actors

NOTE: Some of the Voice Actors in the list will be changed once I can think of a better choice. So consider some of these temporary. If you have any better fitting suggestions do let me know.

  • Yoshimasa Hosoya as Guts
    • Notable Roles for Reference:
      • Fumikage Tokoyami (My Hero Academia), Asahi Azumane (Haikyuu) and Reiner Braun (Attack on Titan)
  • Yuki Kaji as Puck
    • Notable Roles for Reference:
      • Shouto Todoroki (My Hero Academia), Meliodas (The Seven Deadly Sin) and Eren Yeager (Attack on Titan)
  • Haruka Tomatsu as Casca
    • Notable Roles for Reference:
      • Asuna Yuuki (Sword Art Online) and Zero Two (Darling in the FranXX)
  • Takahiro Sakurai as Griffith
    • Notable Roles for Reference:
      • Griffith in Previous Berserk Adaptions, Rohan Kishibe (Jojo's Bizarre Adventure Part 4) and Arataka Reigen (Mob Psycho 100)
  • Naoya Uchida as Skull Knight
    • Notable Roles for Reference:
      • Madara Uchiha (Naruto) and Askeladd (Vinland Saga)
  • Masakazu Morita as Isidro
    • Notable Roles for Reference:
      • Ichigo Kurosaki (Bleach) and Pegasus Seiya (Saint Seiya)
  • Miyuki Sawashiro as Farnese de Vandimion
    • Notable Roles for Reference:
      • Kurapika (Hunter x Hunter) and Suruga Kanbaru (Monogatari Series)
  • Kengo Kawanishi as Serpico
    • Notable Roles for Reference:
      • Gen Asagiri (Dr. Stone)
  • Rie Takahashi as Schierke
    • Notable Roles for Reference:
      • Megumin (Konosuba) and Emilia (Re: Zero)
  • Aya Hirano as Ivalera
    • Notable Roles for Reference:
      • Misa Amane (Death Note), Haruhi Suzumiya (The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya) and Lucy Heartfilia (Fairy Tail)

Series Overview

  • The Black Swordsman Arc: Ep. 1 - 13
  • Golden Age Arc: Ep. 14 - 51
  • Conviction Arc: Ep. 51 - 75
    • Lost Children Chapter: Ep. 51 - 59
    • Binding Chain Chapter: Ep. 59 - 61
    • Birth Ceremony Chapter: Ep. 62 - 76
  • Falcon of the Millennium Empire Arc: Ep. 76 - 115
    • The Holy Evil War Chapter: Ep. 76 - 96
    • Falconia Chapter: 96 - 115
  • Fantasia Arc: Ep. 116 - TBA
    • Elf Island Chapter: Ep. 116 - TBA
Arc Season Episodes Original run
The Black Swordsman 1 13 (1 - 13) 13 March 27, 2021 - June 19, 2021
Golden Age 2 24 (14 - 37) 38 July 9, 2022 - December 17, 2022
3 13 (38 - 50) October 7, 2023 - December 30, 2023
4 1 (51) October 5, 2024 - December 28, 2024
Conviction 13 (51 - 63) 26
5 13 (64 - 76) March 22, 2025 - June 14, 2025
Falcon of the Millennium Empire 1 (76) 40
6 24 (77 - 100) October 3, 2026 - March 13, 2027
7 15 (101 - 115) March 25, 2028 - July 1, 2028
Fantasia 8 TBA (116 - TBA) TBA TBA - TBA

Episodes

  • All of the Episode synopsis comes from the Berserk Wikia's Chapter pages.

Season 1

Season 1 adapts The Black Swordsman Arc: Ch. 0A - 0H.

  • It also adapts the first two pages from Chapter 1 of the Golden Age Arc.
Episode No. Season No. Title Chapters
1 1 "The Black Swordsman"
"黒い剣士
Kuroi Kenshi"
Ch. 1 (pgs. 1 - 2)
Ch. 0A (pgs. 1 - 34)
Late at night, a man with a perpetually-closed right eye and prosthetic left arm is having sex with a blonde woman next to a campfire. The woman transforms into a monster and proclaims that the man has fallen into her trap. He then rams his prosthetic arm into her mouth, and the sound of cannon fire rings throughout the night air. He clothes himself and departs, leaving the charred body of the monster behind. In the morning, he makes his way into the nearby town of Koka. Entering a town tavern, the man attacks a group of thugs who are toying with a caged elf. After dispatching several men with his repeater crossbow, he gives one of them a message to deliver to their boss in Koka Castle: "The Black Swordsman has come." When another thug attempts to ambush him, the man brandishes his enormous sword and bisects his attacker, afterward leaving the tavern and entering the streets. He is then met by the elf from earlier, who introduces himself as Puck, explains the town's dire state, and the mayor's pact with the thugs. When the two are surrounded by town guards, however, the elf flees with haste and the Black Swordsman is taken to Koka Castle, where he is tortured.

Just as the torturer is about to resume torturing the swordsman, the Mayor of Koka enters, dismisses him, and proceeds to accuse the swordsman of having doomed the town by killing the town ruler's men. After the mayor discloses the ruler's inhuman nature, the Black Swordsman tells the mayor that he knows of the ruler's true nature and how he eats humans. He also tells the mayor that he knows he's been feeding his own citizens to the monster, and that the cart he passed on the way into town was filled with women and children bound for Koka Castle. The mayor protests that he's doing this to protect his town, but the Black Swordsman sneeringly asks if he's trying to save himself instead. The Mayor is enraged by this, ordering the continued torture of the swordsman, but orders his men not to kill him, as he has to be delivered to Koka Castle alive.

2 2 "Guts vs. The Snake Lord, Part 1"
"ガッツvs.スネークロード、パート1
Gattsu vs. Sunēkurōdo, Pāto 1"
Ch. 0A (pgs. 35 - 70)
In his castle chambers, the Snake Lord is informed by the surviving thug of the Black Swordsman's attack in the tavern. Another thug enters and ushers in the mayor, who begs forgiveness from the Snake Lord for the thugs' deaths. In return, he offers the Snake Lord extra daily quantities of gold and human cattle. The Snake Lord accuses the mayor of fearing for his own life more than those of the townsfolk, and flicks a morsel of a human ear at him, petrifying the mayor. He then claims he does not truly care for gold or human cattle, ultimately desiring to see them die in a fiery apocalypse and hear their bones crunch beneath horse hooves. As the mayor is dragged away by two thugs, the Snake Lord sets his sights on the town.

Waking face-down to the sight of a deformed fetus-like creature, the Black Swordsman wriggles in agitation as it approaches, causing the creature to vanish; in his fit, he accidentally headbutts a newly-arrived, key-toting Puck. Puck looks over the Black Swordsman's wounds, explaining that he has returned to free the man, as thanks for the swordsman's indirect rescuing of him earlier. Despite the Black Swordsman's orders not to touch him, the elf moves closer and releases healing dust from his wings onto the man's wounds, immediately dulling the pain. The swordsman thereafter reveals his name – Guts – and tells Puck that the only thing he's interested in is killing the demon of the town, and that anyone else who gets caught up in it can die for all he cares. Offended by Guts' display of apathy, Puck flies away, just as the swordsman's brand begins bleeding in response to the Snake Lord's approach. The Snake Lord rides through Koka with his men in search of his aggressor, burning down everything in their path and leaving a trail of corpses in their wake. Guts emerges from a pile of the corpses and kills the Snake Lord's men and their horses before battling him in person, peppering him full of bolts from his repeating crossbow.

3 3 "Guts vs. The Snake Lord, Part 2"
"ガッツvs.スネークロード、パート2
Gattsu vs. Sunēkurōdo, Pāto 2"
Ch. 0A (pgs. 70 - 86)
Ch. 0B (Ch. 1 - 27)
The Snake Lord assumes his Apostle form of a gigantic humanoid cobra, beating Guts badly before lifting him up by his head in order to eat him. But at this point, Guts raises his mechanical arm and unloads it right into the Snake Lord's face before cleaving him in half with the Dragonslayer. Guts tortures the Snake Lord with his crossbow out of a desire to give the demon a taste of the horror he and other Apostles put humans through. Then the Snake Lord sees and recognizes the Brand, and Guts demands to know the whereabouts of the "God Hand". But the Snake Lord replies that it's not for Apostles like him to know. Guts then leaves the Snake Lord to burn to cinders in the flaming ruins of his own town. As Puck looks on at the chaotic scene from afar, he can only find it within himself to utter one word: "Berserk..." At night, an injured Guts walks through a forest, hearing malicious voices. Looking up into the trees, he sees spirits watching him. He draws his sword as they swoop in to attack. The next morning, Puck rides into the forest on a bird's back, and he is deposited on a tree branch. He searches the surrounding area futilely for Guts, whom he hasn't seen since the battle with the Snake Baron. As Puck begins to relax, accepting that the Black Swordsman is gone, the branch breaks, and he falls to the ground. Coincidentally, he lands only a few paces away from Guts, who is so injured that he can barely stand. As Puck inspects Guts' wounds, he reveals that he's been following him around because of the new curiosity he feels toward Guts' monster-killing lifestyle. He is swatted away by Guts, who refuses to make the elf his companion on the grounds that Puck is small and weak. Guts leaves Puck alone in the forest. Later, Guts has found a road to walk on. He pulls his hood on as rain begins to fall. A priest driving a covered wagon rolls up and offers Guts a ride - Guts refuses twice, warning the priest that he is being pursued by spirits. The priest replies that no spirits can harm him because God prevents it, so Guts ultimately decides that the man's ultimate fate is of no concern and accepts the offer to ride in the wagon. As Guts enters, he feels a sharp pain as the Brand of Sacrifice reacts to the presence of spirits and, looking into the trees of the nearby forest, sees the eyes of the spirits watching him.

Inside the wagon, Guts is reunited with Puck, who has already accepted a ride from the man. Guts also meets the priest's daughter, Collette, who offers Guts wine. Upon her questioning, Guts answers that his wounds were inflicted by spirits, and Collette's father guesses that Guts is a mercenary based on his arsenal. Guts does not correct him. The priest then tells the story of his nephew, who went off to become a mercenary in his youth but died five years prior to the present. Guts replies that while the priest's nephew probably died happy, he is still dead and can never be brought back. Accepting a blanket from Collette, Guts decides to sleep. Guts suffers a nightmare. He is naked and trapped in a narrow hallway created by two high stone walls. The hallway has no ceiling, and a single giant eye watches him from above. Guts is running from some creature behind him. As he does so, his Brand begins to bleed and he hears malicious voices like those of the spirits the previous night. Suddenly, Guts impales his foot on a spike in the ground, and he cannot free himself before the creature behind him catches up; a giant version of the fetus-like creature he saw in the prison cell. Just as the creature closes in, Guts awakens.

4 4 "The Brand"
"ブランド
Burando"
Ch. 0B (pgs. 28 - 52)
Instinctively drawing his dagger, Guts stabs a small one-eyed creature that is latched to his face in the head. The sudden noise awakens Collette and Puck, and Guts explains that the creature is called an incubus, which feed off people's fear by inducing nightmares. The priest begins to believe that Guts truly is being pursued by spirits. Puck asks why the incubus was drawn to the wagon, and Guts cryptically responds that it is due to his Brand of Sacrifice. He touches it and, seeing that it is bleeding, jumps out of the wagon and draws his sword. Night has fallen. He warns the priest, the elf, and the girl of an impending spirit attack. Suddenly, the priest's horses become agitated, and Collette jumps out of the wagon to calm them. Before Guts can approach her, a spear emerges from the ground and impales the girl in the stomach, killing her. While the priest screams for his daughter, Guts turns his attention to the skeletons that rise from the land around him, possessed by spirits. Guts orders the priest and Puck to run away as he is overcome with rage and begins to massacre the skeletons, using his massive sword to hack their bodies apart. The priest has not yet left, and his screams draw Guts and Puck's attention; Collette's body has been possessed by a spirit, entered the wagon, and beheaded her father with an old sword. Guts can only watch in shock as she descends from the wagon, approaches him, and drives the point of her sword into his stomach.
5 5 "Execution"
"実行ンド
Jikkō"
Ch. 0B (pgs. 52 - 69)
Ch. 0C (pgs. 1 - 31)
Looking away from her, Guts gives a one-armed swing of his sword, sending the girl's torso flying away. He then resumes his fierce battle against the skeletons until morning comes, by which time his wounds are so bad that he is spitting up blood. As the spirits dissipate, leaving the skeletons behind, Puck flutters over to Guts to say that Collette and her father's deaths were not his fault. Guts begins to laugh, saying that they are proof of his philosophy: they were weak and could not survive becoming involved in other people's affairs. Suddenly, the voices of the spirits come down from the trees, taunting Guts. He becomes increasingly agitated as he unsuccessfully tries to order the voices to cease until he aims his arm cannon into the canopy and fires it out of frustration. The voices cease, and Guts turns around and walks away, followed closely by Puck. On a scaffold, a man named Dahl proclaims, in front of a crowd of people, that the woman next to him is accused of heresy. Despite her cries and pleas, she is executed by beheading. Dahl returns to his superior, the Count, who sits on a covered throne next to the scaffold. He privately asks the Count whether they are executing too many people, but the Count replies that he executes heretics for the benefit of the rest of his subjects.

Guts is among the crowd of onlookers, and he picks up the head of the executed girl, which has rolled off the scaffold. A nearby guard approaches after having antagonized a child, the brother of the executed woman. He demands that Guts hand over the girl's head. Guts spits in his face, which shocks both the guard and all nearby peasants. Guts then throws the head at the Count, who catches it with one hand. The guard moves to attack Guts, but he receives a metal hand to the face, which kills him. The Count stares at the woman's head and shows fear upon realizing that a Brand of Sacrifice was drawn on her forehead using blood. The Count then shifts his gaze to Guts, who uses the blood trickling from his Brand of Sacrifice to draw a straight line across his own throat and walks away. The Count accepts this action for what it is -- a declaration of war -- just before crushing the woman's head in his bare hands. Guts runs through the town but is eventually cornered by several guards. However, he easily defeats many of them, using his massive sword to slice right through their plate armor and cut them in half. Two crossbowmen on a nearby scaffold take aim at Guts, but Puck flies toward them and unleashes a blast of light, blinding them. Guts destroys the scaffold's legs, sending the crossbowmen falling to their deaths. The guards' captain, Zondark, appears.

6 6 "The Behelit"
"ベヘリット
Beheritto"
Ch. 0C (pgs. 31 - 55)
Ch. 0D (pgs. 1 - 20)
The guards' captain, Zondark, appears. He is a hulking, fully armored man who wields a giant hammer. Zondark attacks, but Guts easily dodges, and Zondark mistakenly kills several of his own unwitting soldiers. Nevertheless, he continues to attack. Eventually, Zondark manages to trap Guts between himself and a brick wall. He swings his hammer to deal the final blow, but Guts intercepts it with a strike from his giant sword. Guts' weapon proves the stronger; the shaft of Zondark's hammer is bent and the head is reduced to shrapnel that flies into Zondark's face. Zondark falls on the ground in pain and receives a kick to the face from Guts. However, the stream of oncoming soldiers seems endless, and Guts has no plan of escape. Suddenly, two smoke bombs land and explode between the Black Swordsman and the soldiers. Now hidden from the soldiers' view, the small, bandaged, and cloaked man who threw the bombs calls out to Guts and gestures for him to enter a small barred culvert. Guts complies. When the smoke clears, none of the soldiers know where he's gone.

Guts follows the bandaged man to his hidden laboratory, which is full of oddities such as skeletons of unknown animals and jars containing things like intestines and, to Puck's horror, dead elves. The bandaged man explains that his collection of oddities stems from his prior profession as a physician. Guts demands to know the man's identity. Instead, the man in question reveals that he saw Guts' actions at the execution earlier in the day; he suspects that Guts has a personal vendetta against the Count. In response, Guts kicks the man's walking stick away and he falls face-first on the ground. Though at first Puck is appalled at Guts' apparent cruelty, his expression soon changes to that of fear when he looks at the bandaged man's face: the bandages have fallen off, revealing that half of his face is missing. In addition, the man's legs are both prosthetic. As he struggles to his feet, the maimed man pleads with Guts to murder the Count, who he claims to be a demon. Readjusting his bandages, the man then bids Guts and Puck to come with him to a secret room. He activates a disguised lever, lowering a portion of the laboratory's back wall. The hidden room is empty but for a pedestal on which lies an egg-shaped object that bears human facial features scattered around its surface. Guts realizes with shock that it is a Behelit.

Guts lifts the bandaged man by his neck and demands to know how he came to possess the Behelit. The man claims to have stolen it from the Count. Guts drops him, and the bandaged man elaborates: his name is Vargas. Seven years prior, when the Count was still human, Vargas worked as the castle physician. There came a day when the Count suddenly ordered inquisitions and executions, taking prisoners into the castle dungeon where they were tortured and eaten. Disgusted by this behavior, Vargas and his family escaped from the city but were caught. As punishment, Vargas had half his face and his legs removed and was forced to watch as his family was eaten. Before Vargas himself was eaten, he managed to fake his own death and escape the dungeon, taking the Behelit with him. Vargas does not know the Behelit's true purpose. Guts explains that it is used to open a portal between the world that humans live in and another dimension in which the God Hand, a five-member group of demons, reside. Both Puck and Vargas are shocked by this revelation. Inside the castle, Zondark's injuries are being tended to, but he cannot remain calm due to a mad desire to kill the Black Swordsman. The Count appears and orders everybody but Zondark to exit the room. The Count catches him around the neck as the mad soldier bashes his own head against a stone pillar; he begs the Count to be allowed to kill Guts. The Count accepts his wish, and he forces Zondark to look directly at him. The Count opens his mouth, from which a large slug-like creature appears and crawls down Zondark's throat.

7 7 "Zondark's Revenge"
"ゾンダークの復讐
Zondāku no Fukushū"
Ch. 0D (pgs. 21 - 71)
Outside the castle, Dahl is informed by a soldier that an informant knows the Black Swordsman's location. The Count exits the castle and declares that the now blank-faced Zondark will be in charge of killing him. Zondark begins to laugh at the prospect of killing Guts. Back in Vargas' lab, Puck inspects the Beherit while Guts watches. The elf is shocked to learn that the Beherit is alive - one of its eyes opens and looks at him briefly. Guts says that, despite being alive, the Behelit poses no danger, and adds that he also does not know how to use it to reach the God Hand. Guts then asks Vargas how the Count came to possess the Behelit. Vargas replies that it was by chance; a caravan of merchants rolled through the city and, not knowing the Beherit's purpose or value, sold it to the Count. Vargas finds and opens a map of the castle's floor plans and points out an escape passage Guts could use to infiltrate it. He moves toward Guts and begs him to kill the Count, but when he places his hand on Guts' shoulder, the latter reacts violently, pushing Vargas away and ordering him never to touch him. The subsequent moment of tension is defused by Puck, and Guts declares that he will kill the Count, but not for Vargas' sake.

Suddenly, the door to Vargas' lab is destroyed, and Zondark steps in. Guts draws his sword and engages the injured man in combat, but the new strength behind Zondark's blows indicate to Guts that he is no longer human. Zondark charges, but Guts dodges and slices off his right arm. After a short moment, Zondark begins to grow tentacles from his new stump to replace it. Using his tentacles to grasp his hammer, Zondark once again engages Guts in combat, the speed of which has greatly increased - Zondark's arm moves like a whip, and the hammer cleaves through the supports around Vargas' lab. The ceiling begins to cave in, and Puck is saved from falling debris by Vargas. They then turn to watch the ongoing battle, marveling at how Guts is keeping up with and blocking every one of Zondark's whip-like strikes. Guts begins to use his cloak to disorient Zondark. He capitalizes on Zondark's confusion by dealing a quick blow to Zondark's head - it is sliced off from left temple to cranium. However, Zondark does not fall. Instead, the slug-like creature emerges from this new wound and praises the Black Swordsman's skills, and Vargas realizes that the slug is actually the Count. The latter then notices the Behelit on the ground, though it is quickly picked up by Vargas, and he promises to torture Vargas as he once did seven years ago. The Count then turns his attention back to Guts, but before they can resume their battle, the ceiling caves in, and Zondark's body is crushed. Guts, Vargas, and Puck escape through a passage hidden beneath a floor tile as fire engulfs the laboratory. The three emerge from a sewer grate hidden beneath a bridge, and Guts explains that while the Count may have been using Zondark's body, which was burned in the fire, the Count himself is not dead due to Zondark's being possessed by only a portion of the Count's power. As they prepare to part ways, Guts demands the Behelit from Vargas, and snatches it when Vargas hesitates to hand it over. He then leaves with Puck, leaving Vargas alone under the bridge, but not without a final farewell from the elf. Now alone, Vargas is accosted by a tentacle that emerges from the sewer.

8 8 "Retaliation"
"報復
Hōfuku"
Ch. 0D (pgs. 72 - 114)
Puck berates Guts for having stolen the Behelit. Since both Guts and Vargas oppose the Count, the elf says, they could have been allies. Guts laughs at the idea, saying that being allied with Vargas would have spelled his own doom. The two round a corner and hear several people talking about an upcoming execution. According to the discussion, the person scheduled to be executed has some relation to the Black Swordsman, and his execution is meant to serve as a warning. Upon hearing this, Guts walks off. Settling down in a ruined house to inspect his equipment, Guts ignores Puck's attempts to speak to him. Frustrated, Puck flies off. While Guts cleans out his equipment, he stares at the stump that remains of his left arm and touches his closed right eye. As he does, he remembers Vargas' story of being disfigured by the Count and his plea with Guts to kill the Count for him. Guts punches the wall in frustration. Vargas has been brought to the execution scaffold. The Count, overlooking the scene, announces that Vargas will be given no trial. Dahl reports that Vargas is not in possession of the Beherit, so the Count deduces that Guts has it. Puck watches the execution grounds from afar and, while trying to figure out how to save Vargas, he notices Guts is also watching from an alleyway. The elf flies over, thinking that Guts intends to save Vargas, but the Black Swordsman says he simply wants to watch the disfigured man die. Guts points out that, at the entrance to the execution grounds, a regiment of soldiers is waiting; the Count has set up an ambush, hoping that he, the Black Swordsman, will appear to save Vargas.

Puck curls up in empathic pain as Guts says that all people who set their goals too high are destined for self-destruction, like Vargas, whose ambition is to see the Count dead. Through all the emotions Puck senses that Guts harbors, he calls out the Black Swordsman for feeling fear. Guts claims not to know what the elf is talking about, so Puck explains that Guts has notices a parallel between himself and Vargas: they both fight against monsters humans cannot hope to defeat, and Guts' fear stems from seeing Vargas fail in beating the monsters. Guts scoffs at the notion, and an offended Puck flies away. Left alone, Guts' expression reveals that he was indeed affected by Puck's words. Puck flies back to the execution grounds, where the headsman prepares to behead Vargas. In desperation, he charges toward the scaffold to save Vargas, but he ineffectively crashes into the flat side of the headsman's axe and renders himself unconscious. The execution proceeds as planned, and Vargas is killed, but not before he screams one final plea to the unseen Black Swordsman to kill the Count. Seeing the execution has made Guts feel uneasy, and he turns away, back into the alley, where he sees the fetus-creature lying on the road. Its head transforms into Vargas', and the disfigured man's dying plea echoes in Guts' mind. Later, Vargas' body and head are brought to a mass grave, where they are found by Guts. Looking into the remaining eye of Vargas' severed head, Guts vows not to lose to the monsters like Vargas did. Suddenly, pain in Guts' Brand of Sacrifice alerts him to the spirits of the other dead people around him rising from the ground to attack. They all cry out for the Count's death, and one of them attempts to possess Guts so that it may kill the Count itself using Guts' body. Through force of will, Guts expels the spirit from his body and drives the other spirits away. Guts turns around and walks back toward the Count's castle, declaring that he will fight the Count as a living person rather than as a puppet for some dead person's desire to see the Count dead.

9 9 "Guts' Assault, Part 1"
"ガッツの暴行、パート1
Gattsu no Bōkō, Pāto 1"
Ch. 0E (pgs. 1 - 51)
The Count, in the presence of his underlings and Dahl, make their way through the castle with a caged Puck. They enter the room of the Count's daughter, Theresia, to give her Puck as a gift. The Count refuses to let Theresia out of her room for fear that the world is full of "heretics", so she is kept imprisoned there. During the visit, she flinches at the Count's touch, and he leaves, feeling dejected. Guts wanders his way up the castle staircase in search of the Count, where he runs into Zondark, who is more monstrous than ever. Guts wins the duel without too much effort, but when his back is turned, he is struck by the still-living Zondark's arm-whip. He triumphantly reveals to Guts that the only way to beat him is to sever his head, which Guts promptly does. When the Count's head, which previously occupied Zondark's body, tries to assimilate Guts, the latter smashes the former's head against the wall, killing him. Guts presses forward despite a massive loss of blood, intent on killing the real Count.

Puck and Theresia have begun to speak, and she lets Puck out of his cage. She recounts that her mother was killed seven years ago when pagan worshippers kidnapped her and demanded that the Count allow them to practice their worship freely, but when the Count refused, she was executed, though Theresia has no memory of these events as she was too young to remember them. She reveals that the Count had changed after this event and she senses he is has lost his humanity, confirming that she has no knowledge of his status as an Apostle. Guts has found his way to the Count's throne room, where he is intercepted by Dahl and a regiment of guards.

10 10 "Guts' Assault, Part 2'"
"ガッツの暴行、パート2
Gattsu no Bōkō, Pāto 2"
Ch. 0E (pgs. 51 - 84)
Guts dispatches the guards easily and stands menacingly before Dahl, who is defenseless. Guts, too preoccupied with his search for the Count to notice the small, scared man in front of him, stares into the depths of the throne room. Theresia and Puck continue to talk, and she tells him that she hasn't been let out of her room since her mother's death and that she wishes to be free. Puck overhears the guards outside her window inform each other of an intruder in the castle, who Puck realizes is Guts. He asks Theresia to open the window for him, but she vehemently denies his request, though she quickly relents when she realizes that Puck is Guts' friend and wants to be with him. Puck leaves, but not before promising to one day return and free her from her bedroom prison. Guts stands before the Count, who sits on his throne. Through Guts' battles with Zondark, the Count knows that Guts is too strong a foe to face in his human form, so he transforms into a large slug-like creature.
11 11 'Guts vs. The Slug Count"
"ガッツvs.ナメクジ伯爵
Gattsu vs. Namekuji Hakushaku"
Ch. 0E (pgs. 84 - 107)
Ch. 0F (pgs. 1 - 22)
All attempts to slice into the Count's body are futile: he can regenerate his limbs. Guts and the Count engage in a violent battle, the magnitude of which is so great that it shakes the castle. The force of the battle has burst a wall leading to the outside of the castle, through which Puck rejoins Guts, and shakes the floor within its walls, knocking the locked door of Theresia's room off its hinges. Determined to free herself from her confines despite an initial hesitation, Theresia leaves her room. The Count loses sight of Guts but notices a black cloak peeking out from behind one of the columns in the room. The Count attacks and kills the person hiding behind it, who is revealed to be Dahl, clad in Guts' cloak. Guts uses the opportunity to launch a surprise attack, but the Count is able to block it and gives Guts a harsh thrashing. The Count proclaims that the Brand on Guts' neck is a symbol of his imminent demise, and he catches Guts' leg using his tentacles to swing him into the columns around the room. Noticing that Guts refuses to let go of his sword, the Count throws him into a pillar, where Guts lays, seemingly defeated, under a gloating Count.

As Guts lies on a destroyed pillar in defeat, the Count mocks him for having a fragile human body. Puck comes to Guts' defense and accuses the Count of being a frail human beneath his monstrous exterior. His conversation with the Count is cut short by the appearance of the Beherit, which falls out of Guts' pocket. Puck grabs the Beherit by its mouth and nostrils and attempts to keep it away from the Count, but the chase is interrupted by Theresia, who has found her way to the throne room. Terrified of her father's apostle form, Theresia takes cover behind one of the intact pillars. A furious Count turns to Puck to take his anger out on, but the latter is saved by some knives thrown by Guts at the Count.

12 12 "Guardian Angels of Desire, Part 1"
"欲望の守護天使、パート1
Yokubō no Shugo Tenshi, Pāto 1"
Ch. 0F (pgs. 23 - 54)
Ch. 0G (pgs. 1 - 17)
His body broken but his mind unwavering, Guts faces the Count once more. He is easily knocked back by the Count's attack into the pillar behind which Theresia is hiding, but when the Count advances to deliver the final blow, Guts grabs Theresia and uses her as a shield from her father. The Count hesitates to attack, and Guts uses the opportunity to fire his cannon arm right into the Count's face and, wielding his enormous sword with his mouth and prosthetic hand, slices off the Count's head. Guts advances on the still-living Count and takes a knife to his face, in an attempt to show the Count humans' true strength. Puck notices a distraught Theresia and tries to confront Guts, whose actions are the cause of Theresia's distress, but Guts turns the knife on Puck and threatens to kill him if he doesn't back down. Guts commands Theresia to watch as he stabs the Count's face, telling her that this is the consequence of having a body that doesn't die, the body of an Apostle. Guts continues the savage onslaught until the blade of his dagger shatters and he slips in the Count's blood, whereupon Guts sits up and begins laughing in front of a confused and horrified Puck and Theresia. Meanwhile, as the Count's blood slowly leaks toward the Beherit, he mutters to himself that he doesn't want to die. The Beherit rearranges its facial features until they correctly placed as though on a human, and it begins crying tears of blood. Guts, Puck, Theresia and the Count are all transported to a dimension seemingly composed only of flights of stairs at impossible angles thanks to the power of the Beherit and the Count's desire to live. As Guts, Theresia and Puck look around in confusion, the Count announces the arrival of the "Great Ones".

Guts, Puck, Theresia and the Count glance up to see the God Hand looking down on them from the top of a flight of stairs. The villagers surrounding the Count's castle watch in awe as an unearthly tornado engulfs the castle. Within the staircase-dimension, Guts focuses his gaze upon a particular member of the God Hand, one who bears an appearance not unlike the combination of a man, a bat and a falcon. Guts screams his name, "GRIFFITH!", as the demon looks down at him.

13 13 "Guardian Angels of Desire, Part 2"
"欲望の守護天使、パート2
Yokubō no Shugo Tenshi, Pāto 2"
Ch. 0G (pgs. 18 - 52)
Ch. 0H (pgs. 1 - 59)
The latter implies a prior relationship with Guts as he acknowledges him with an air of detachment. The Count begs another of the demons to kill Guts, but the demon in question, Void, refuses. The God Hand explain that the Apostles Guts has killed in the past are inconsequential to them and are not worth killing him over. When the demon Guts addressed as "Griffith" says that Guts' existence is beneath their own, Guts finds the strength to stand up and drag his sword up the staircase to attack the demon. The other demons marvel at Guts' indomitable will, and the small, round one of them quips that Guts has been Branded by this hawk-faced demon, known by the other demons as Femto. Guts continues his unsteady climb of the staircase, shouting that he is the one responsible for Femto's position among the God Hand, and mocks the godly air emanating from the demon. As Puck guesses at the relationship between Guts and Femto, Guts suddenly doubles over in pain as blood gushes out of his Brand. Femto explains that the amount Guts' Brand bleeds and the pain he feels grow in proportion to the power of the demons he faces: the presence of a lowly Apostle makes the Brand leak drops of blood while these greater demons cause debilitating pain and torrents of blood, and could even result in death. Guts' eyes roll back into his head as he falls backward, but he musters the strength to swing his sword over his head and at Femto, greatly impressing the four other God Hand. Before the blow can land, however, Femto sends Guts flying with a telekinetic attack, and offhandedly tells the Count the latter's wish to kill Guts may have just been unintentionally fulfilled.

Void decides he's had enough of the fight between Guts and Femto and decides to proceed with the Count's wish. The demons tell the Count that they cannot grant him more power in exchange for Guts' life, because the Count feels no affection for him. Femto then points to Theresia as a viable candidate for sacrifice, and the small round demon urges the Count to do what he did "last time". A confused Theresia questions the statement, and the demon opens a hole in space-time, where images of the Count seven years ago are shown. Despite pleas from the Count not to show Theresia, the demons ignore him. The images show that seven years ago, the Count frequently went on pagan-hunting sessions to free his land of heretics. One day, upon his return to the castle, he found his wife willingly participating in a pagan orgy. The Count flew into a rage and killed all the pagan worshippers except his wife, whom he could not bring himself to kill. His despair activated his Beherit, and the God Hand, minus Femto, appeared before him and granted him his Apostle body in exchange for the life of his wife, who was eaten alive by the Count after he gained his new power. Void summons a fiery Brand before Theresia and waits for the Count's approval before branding her a sacrifice. Meanwhile, Guts, whose fingers were damaged in the fight against the Count, asks Puck to heal them using his healing powder. In a flashback, a white-haired man calls out to Guts on an abandoned battlefield, littered with bodies. He helps a younger Guts, who possesses both eyes and both arms, up from beneath a pile of corpses. The white-haired man laments that all humans are subject to an unchangeable fate, and wonders what his own place in the world is. As he admits to Guts that he is the first person to whom he's asked these questions, an image of Femto appears behind the man's face, confirming the man's identity as Griffith, the man who would go on to become Femto.

In the present, the God Hand attempt to goad the Count into Branding his daughter while Guts tries to convince Puck to heal his hand. Femto diverts their attention to an endless void in the distance, a swirling mass of souls of deceased people Femto describes as a small portion of Hell. The God Hand tell the Count that he can either Brand Theresia, thus sacrificing her to continue living, or be absorbed by the souls in the whirlpool and dissolve into nothingness, as all Apostles do when they die. The Count, unsure of what to do, proclaims that he doesn't want to die, but sees visions of happier times with his wife and Theresia. He takes too long to decide, and the last remnants of his life ebb away, and as a consequence, the souls in the whirlpool swarm their way toward him and assimilate his human body into their formless mass. Puck notices Vargas among the souls dragging the Count into themselves. The Count and Theresia reach out to one another before he is dragged into the void. Another tendril-like mass of souls has found Guts on the ground, and because of the Brand attracting them on his neck, they attempt to drag him down along with the Count. Acting quickly, Guts reloads his cannon arm for one last shot at Femto, which explodes a few feet away from the demon, who remains unharmed. The force of the cannon shot makes the souls lose their grip on Guts, and he falls to the ground.

With the Count's purpose for summoning the God Hand fulfilled, Guts and Femto exchange a final glance toward each other before Guts, Puck, and Theresia are transported back to the destroyed castle. Puck's attempts to speak to Theresia are rebuffed, and she wishes to go back into her room. She expresses the desire to kill herself rather than go on living, an idea encouraged by Guts. The remark shocks both Theresia and Puck, the latter of which slaps Guts. Guts continues on, however, and tells Theresia that if life is so terrible for her, she should slit her wrists with a nearby serrated dagger. As she is about to do so, the floor beneath her collapses, and Guts throws his sword out for her to grab onto, which she does, displaying a subconscious desire to live. Guts manages to swing Theresia onto solid ground before she falls, but before she can completely recover, Guts stares at his hand and questions his actions, apparently unable to comprehend what he's just done. A furious Theresia sits up in front of Guts and blames him for the past events, and exclaims that she will be the one to kill him. As Guts gathers his cloak and the Beherit from the surrounding rubble, he invites her to do so when she is ready. Guts leaves the castle limping, and when Puck catches up, he notices tears in Guts' eyes, which the latter quickly wipes away. Wearing a more determined face, Guts and Puck leave the castle and Theresia behind.

Season 2

Season 2 adapts Ch. 0I - 0P and Ch. 1 - 49 of the Golden Age Arc.

Episode No. Season No. Title Chapters
14 1 "Guts' Childhood, Part 1"
Ch. 0I (pgs. 1 - 46)
Ch. 0J (pgs. 1 - 12)
TBA
15 2 "Guts' Childhood, Part 2"
Ch. 0J (pgs. 13 - 47)
Ch. 0K (pgs. 1 - 13)
TBA
16 3 "The Young Mercenary"
Ch. 0K (pgs. 13 - 46)
Ch. 0L (pgs. 1 - 12)
TBA
17 4 "Band of the Hawk"
Ch. 0L (pgs. 13 - 42)
Ch. 0M (pgs. 1 - 18)
TBA
18 5 "Guts vs. Griffith"
Ch. 0M (pgs. 18 - 42)
Ch. 0N (pgs. 1 - 21)
TBA
19 6 "First Assignment"
Ch. 0N (pgs. 22 - 41)
Ch. 0O (pgs. 1 - 34)
TBA
20 7 "Sword Wind"
Ch. 0P (pgs. 1 - 38)
Ch. 1 (pgs. 4 - 30)
TBA
21 8 "Nosferatu Zodd, Part 1"
Ch. 1 (pgs. 31 - 36)
Ch. 2 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 3 (pgs. 1 - 17)
TBA
22 9 "Nosferatu Zodd, Part 2"
Ch. 4 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 5 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 6 (pgs. 1 - 28)
TBA
23 10 "Assassin, Part 1"
Ch. 7 (pgs. 1 - 27)
Ch. 8 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 9 (pgs. 1 - 21)
TBA
24 11 "Assassin, Part 2"
Ch. 9 (pgs. 21 - 28)
Ch. 10 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 11 (pgs. 1 - 23)
Ch. 12 (pgs. 1 - 6)
TBA
25 12 "Precious Thing"
Ch. 12 (pgs. 6 - 19)
Ch. 13 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 14 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 15 (pgs. 1 - 10)
TBA
26 13 "Casca"
Ch. 15 (pgs. 10 - 19)
Ch. 16 (pgs. 1 - 23)
Ch. 17 (pgs. 1 - 23)
Ch. 18 (pgs. 1 - 8)
TBA
27 14 "Ready to Die"
Ch. 18 (pgs. 8 - 21)
Ch. 19 (pgs. 1 - 22)
Ch. 20 (pgs. 1 - 23)
TBA
28 15 "Bonfire of Dreams"
Ch. 21 (pgs. 1 - 21)
Ch. 22 (pgs. 1 - 21)
Ch. 23 (pgs. 1 - 22)
TBA
29 16 "Battle to Capture Doldrey, Part 1"
Ch. 24 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 25 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 26 (pgs. 1 - 22)
TBA
30 17 "Battle to Capture Doldrey, Part 2"
Ch. 27 (pgs. 1 - 22)
Ch. 28 (pgs. 1 - 21)
Ch. 29 (pgs. 1 - 11)
TBA
31 18 "Moment of Glory"
Ch. 29 (pgs. 12 - 17)
Ch. 30 (pgs. 1 - 21)
Ch. 31 (pgs. 1 - 22)
TBA
32 19 "Morning of Departure, Part 1"
Ch. 32 (pgs. 1 - 22)
Ch. 33 (pgs. 1 - 22)
Ch. 34 (pgs. 1 - 22)
TBA
33 20 "Morning of Departure, Part 2"
Ch. 35 (pgs. 1 - 21)
Ch. 36 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 37 (pgs. 1 - 21)
TBA
34 21 "Demise of a Dream"
Ch. 38 (pgs. 1 - 22)
Ch. 39 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 40 (pgs. 1 - 18)
TBA
35 22 "Fugitives"
Ch. 41 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 42 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 43 (pgs. 1 - 22)
TBA
36 23 "Confession"
Ch. 44 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 45 (pgs. 1 - 22)
Ch. 46 (pgs. 1 - 19)
TBA
37 24 "Sparks from a Sword Tip"
Ch. 47 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 48 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 49 (pgs. 1 - 14)
TBA

Season 3

Season 3 adapts Ch. 49 - 92 of the Golden Age Arc.

Episode No. Season No. Title Chapters
38 1 "Infiltration of Wyndham"
Ch. 49 (pgs. 15 - 21)
Ch. 50 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 51 (pgs. 1 - 20)
TBA
39 2 "Reunion in the Abyss"
Ch. 52 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 53 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 54 (pgs. 1 - 20)
TBA
40 3 "Bakiraka"
Ch. 55 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 56 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 57 (pgs. 1 - 22)
TBA
41 4 "Demon Dog"
Ch. 58 (pgs. 1 - 21)
Ch. 59 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 60 (pgs. 1 - 19)
TBA
42 5 "Forest of Atrocity"
Ch. 61 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 62 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 63 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 64 (pgs. 1 - 14)
TBA
43 6 "Mortal Combat"
Ch. 64 (pgs. 14 - 19)
Ch. 65 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 66 (pgs. 1 - 22)
TBA
44 7 "One Who Comes Flying..."
Ch. 67 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 68 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 69 (pgs. 1 - 21)
TBA
45 8 "Warriors of Twilight"
Ch. 70 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 71 (pgs. 1 - 22)
Ch. 72 (pgs. 1 - 20)
TBA
46 9 "Eclipse"
Ch. 73 (pgs. 1 - 21)
Ch. 74 (pgs. 1 - 17)
Ch. 75 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 76 (pgs. 1 - 20)
TBA
47 10 "Feast"
Ch. 77 (pgs. 1 - 22)
Ch. 78 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 80 (pgs. 1 - 20)
TBA
48 11 "Storm of Death"
Ch. 81 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 82 (pgs. 1 - 21)
Ch. 83 (pgs. 1 - 19)
TBA
49 12 "Birth"
Ch. 84 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 85 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 86 (pgs. 1 - 22)
Ch. 87 (pgs. 1 - 21)
Ch. 88 (pgs. 1 - 10)
TBA
50 13 "Awakening to a Nightmare"
Ch. 88 (pgs. 11 - 20)
Ch. 89 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 90 (pgs. 1 - 16)
Ch. 91 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 92 (pgs. 1 - 21)
TBA

Season 4

Season 4 adapts Ch. 93 - 94 of the Golden Age Arc and Ch. 95 - 132 of the Conviction Arc.

Episode No. Season No. Title Chapters
51 1 "One Who Hunts Dragons"
Ch. 93 (pgs. 1 - 23)
Ch. 94 (pgs. 1 - 23)
Ch. 95 (pgs. 1 - 13)
TBA
52 2 "Elves of Misty Valley"
Ch. 95 (pgs. 13 - 28)
Ch. 96 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 97 (pgs. 1 - 22)
Ch. 98 (pgs. 1 - 10)
TBA
53 3 "Evil Insect"
Ch. 98 (pgs. 11 - 19)
Ch. 99 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 100 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 101 (pgs. 1 - 8)
TBA
54 4 "Girl I Remember"
Ch. 101 (pgs. 9 - 18)
Ch. 102 (pgs. 1 - 21)
Ch. 103 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 104 (pgs. 1 - 8)
TBA
55 5 "Guardian"
Ch. 104 (pgs. 8 - 19)
Ch. 105 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 106 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 107 (pgs. 1 - 8)
TBA
56 6 "Misty Valley"
Ch. 107 (pgs. 8 - 20)
Ch. 108 (pgs. 1 - 17)
Ch. 109 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 110 (pgs. 1 - 20)
TBA
57 7 "Bloody Night Sky"
Ch. 111 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 112 (pgs. 1 - 17)
Ch. 113 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 114 (pgs. 1 - 12)
TBA
58 8 "Elf of the Blue Sky"
Ch. 114 (pgs. 13 - 19)
Ch. 115 (pgs. 1 - 20)
>Ch. 116 (pgs. 1 - 20)
TBA
59 9 "Holy Iron Chain Knights"
Ch. 117 (pgs. 1 - 22)
Ch. 118 (pgs. 1 - 21)
Ch. 119 (pgs. 1 - 19)
TBA
60 10 "Hollow Idol"
Ch. 120 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 121 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 122 (pgs. 1 - 9)
TBA
61 11 "Night of Miracles"
Ch. 122 (pgs. 9 - 20)
Ch. 123 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 124 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 125 (pgs. 1 - 22)
TBA
62 12 "Revelation"
Ch. 126 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 127 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 128 (pgs. 1 - 21)
TBA
63 13 "To the Holy Ground"
Ch. 129 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 130 (pgs. 1 - 21)
Ch. 131 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 132 (pgs. 1 - 9)
TBA

Season 5

Season 5 adapts Ch. 132 - 176 of the Conviction Arc and the first twelve pages from Chapter 177 of the Falcon of the Millennium Empire Arc.

Episode No. Season No. Title Chapters
64 1 "Tower of Shadows"
Ch. 132 (pgs. 10 - 21)
Ch. 133 (pgs. 1 - 15)
Ch. 134 (pgs. 1 - 17)
Ch. 135 (pgs. 1 - 21)
TBA
65 2 "Children of Shadow
Ch. 136 (pgs. 1 - 21)
Ch. 137 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 138 (pgs. 1 - 20)
TBA
66 3 "Bowels of the Holy Ground"
Ch. 139 (pgs. 1 - 21)
Ch. 140 (pgs. 1 - 23)
Ch. 141 (pgs. 1 - 19)
TBA
67 4 "Pillar of Flames"
Ch. 142 (pgs. 1 - 22)
Ch. 143 (pgs. 1 - 21)
Ch. 144 (pgs. 1 - 20)
TBA
68 5 "Ambitious Boy"
Ch. 145 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 146 (pgs. 1 - 21)
Ch. 147 (pgs. 1 - 21)
TBA
69 6 "Reunion"
Ch. 148 (pgs. 1 - 21)
Ch. 149 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 150 (pgs. 1 - 20)
TBA
70 7 "Blood Flow of the Dead"
Ch. 151 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 152 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 153 (pgs. 1 - 17)
Ch. 154 (pgs. 1 - 18)
TBA
71 8 "Hell's Angels"
Ch. 155 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 156 (pgs. 1 - 17)
Ch. 157 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 158 (pgs. 1 - 19)
TBA
72 9 "Collapse"
Ch. 159 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 160 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 161 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 162 (pgs. 1 - 17)
TBA
73 10 "Shadow of Idea"
Ch. 163 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 164 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 165 (pgs. 1 - 17)
Ch. 166 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 167 (pgs. 1 - 13)
TBA
74 11 "Monstrous Priest"
Ch. 167 (pgs. 14 - 20)
Ch. 168 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 169 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 170 (pgs. 1 - 8)
TBA
75 12 "Tsunami of Darkness"
Ch. 170 (pgs. 8 - 15)
Ch. 171 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 172 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 173 (pgs. 1 - 14)
TBA
75 13 "Starting a Journey With Resolve"
Ch. 174 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 175 (pgs. 1 - 15)
Ch. 176 (pgs. 1 - 23)
Ch. 177 (pgs. 1 - 12)
TBA

Season 6

Season 6 adapts Ch. 177 - 253 of the Falcon of the Millennium Empire Arc.

Episode No. Season No. Title Chapters
77 1 "Reunion on the Hill of Swords"
Ch. 177 (pgs. 12 - 20)
Ch. 178 (pgs. 1 - 16)
Ch. 179 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 180 (pgs. 1 - 15)
TBA
78 2 "Prologue to the War Chronicle"
Ch. 180 (pgs. 16 - 21)
Ch. 181 (pgs. 1 - 17)
Ch. 182 (pgs. 1 - 21)
Ch. 183 (pgs. 1 - 3)
TBA
79 3 "War Cry of the Wind"
Ch. 183 (pgs. 3 - 18)
Ch. 184 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 185 (pgs. 1 - 21)
TBA
80 4 "Winter Journey"
Ch. 186 (pgs. 1 - 22)
Ch. 187 (pgs. 1 - 17)
Ch. 188 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 189 (pgs. 1 - 2)
TBA
81 5 "Reunion in the Wilderness"
Ch. 189 (pgs. 3 - 22)
Ch. 190 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 191 (pgs. 1 - 18)
TBA
82 6 "War Demons"
Ch. 192 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 193 (pgs. 1 - 17)
Ch. 194 (pgs. 1 - 19)
TBA
83 7 "Dangerous Trail"
Ch. 195 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 196 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 197 (pgs. 1 - 21)
TBA
84 8 "The Witch"
Ch. 198 (pgs. 1 - 16)
Ch. 199 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 200 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 201 (pgs. 1 - 8)
TBA
85 9 "Elementals"
Ch. 201 (pgs. 8 - 17)
Ch. 202 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 203 (pgs. 1 - 21)
Ch. 204 (pgs. 1 - 6)
TBA
86 10 "Troll Invasion, Part 1"
Ch. 204 (pgs. 7 - 20)
Ch. 205 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 206 (pgs. 1 - 11)
TBA
87 11 "Troll Invasion, Part 2"
Ch. 206 (pgs. 12 - 16)
Ch. 207 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 208 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 209 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 210 (pg. 1)
TBA
88 12 "Evil Horde"
Ch. 210 (pgs. 2 - 19)
Ch. 211 (pgs. 1 - 21)
Ch. 212 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 213 (pgs. 1 - 20)
TBA
89 13 "Qliphoth"
Ch. 214 (pgs. 1 - 22)
Ch. 215 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 216 (pgs. 1 - 17)
Ch. 217 (pgs. 1 - 10)
TBA
90 14 "Whore Princess of the Uterine Sea"
Ch. 217 (pgs. 11 - 18)
Ch. 218 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 219 (pgs. 1 - 21)
Ch. 220 (pgs. 1 - 21)
TBA
91 15 "The Blaze"
Ch. 221 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 222 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 223 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 224 (pgs. 1 - 20)
TBA
92 16 "Berserker Armor"
Ch. 225 (pgs. 1 - 23)
Ch. 226 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 227 (pgs. 1 - 19)
TBA
93 17 "Departure of Flame"
Ch. 228 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 229 (pgs. 1 - 21)
Ch. 230 (pgs. 1 - 18)
TBA
94 18 "Dread Emperor"
Ch. 231 (pgs. 1 - 21)
Ch. 232 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 233 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 234 (pgs. 1 - 8)
TBA
95 19 "Proclaimed Omen"
Ch. 234 (pgs. 8 - 17)
Ch. 235 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 236 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 237 (pgs. 1 - 22)
TBA
96 20 "Boy in the Moonlight"
Ch. 238 (pgs. 1 - 23)
Ch. 239 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 240 (pgs. 1 - 18)
TBA
97 21 "Roar of the Sea"
Ch. 241 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 242 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 243 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 244 (pgs. 1 - 5)
TBA
98 22 "City of People"
Ch. 244 (pgs. 6 - 20)
Ch. 245 (pgs. 1 - 17)
Ch. 246 (pgs. 1 - 21)
Ch. 247 (pgs. 1 - 13)
TBA
99 23 "Warrior"
Ch. 247 (pgs. 14 - 20)
Ch. 248 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 249 (pgs. 1 - 21)
Ch. 250 (pgs. 1 - 18)
TBA
100 24 "Vandimion"
Ch. 251 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 252 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 253 (pgs. 1 - 21)
TBA

Season 7

Season 7 adapts Ch. 254 - 307 of the Falcon of the Millennium Empire Arc.

Episode No. Season No. Title Chapters
101 1 "The Ball"
Ch. 254 (pgs. 1 - 21)
Ch. 255 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 256 (pgs. 1 - 17)
Ch. 257 (pgs. 1 - 8)
TBA
102 2 "Enchanted Beast"
Ch. 257 (pgs. 8 - 20)
Ch. 258 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 259 (pgs. 1 - 19)
TBA
103 3 "Declaration of War"
Ch. 260 (pgs. 1 - 16)
Ch. 261 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 262 (pgs. 1 - 17)
Ch. 263 (pgs. 1 - 18)
TBA
104 4 "City of the Demon Beasts"
Ch. 264 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 265 (pgs. 1 - 17)
Ch. 266 (pgs. 1 - 19)
TBA
105 5 "Blazing Bay"
Ch. 267 (pgs. 1 - 15)
Ch. 268 (pgs. 1 - 17)
Ch. 269 (pgs. 1 - 16)
Ch. 270 (pgs. 1 - 18)
TBA
106 6 "Wizard General Daiba"
Ch. 271 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 272 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 273 (pgs. 1 - 21)
TBA
107 7 "Thunder Emperor"
Ch. 274 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 275 (pgs. 1 - 16)
Ch. 276 (pgs. 1 - 17)
Ch. 277 (pgs. 1 - 4)
TBA
108 8 "Setting Sail"
Ch. 277 (pgs. 5 - 18)
Ch. 278 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 279 (pgs. 1 - 12)
Ch. 280 (pgs. 1 - 17)
TBA
109 9 "Torn Battlefield"
Ch. 281 (pgs. 1 - 15)
Ch. 282 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 283 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 284 (pgs. 1 - 19)
TBA
110 10 "On Board"
Ch. 285 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 286 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 287 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 288 (pgs. 1 - 13)
TBA
111 11 "Sea Battle"
Ch. 288 (pgs. 13 - 18)
Ch. 289 (pgs. 1 - 15)
Ch. 290 (pgs. 1 - 19)
Ch. 291 (pgs. 1 - 14)
TBA
112 12 "Exodus"
Ch. 291 (pgs. 14 - 20)
Ch. 292 (pgs. 1 - 17)
Ch. 293 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 294 (pgs. 1 - 20)
TBA
113 13 "Roaring Dark"
Ch. 295 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 295 (pgs. 1 - 20)
Ch. 296 (pgs. 1 - 16)
Ch. 297 (pgs. 1 - 14)
TBA
114 14 "Inhuman Battlefield"
Ch. 298 (pgs. 1 - 16)
Ch. 299 (pgs. 1 - 16)
Ch. 300 (pgs. 1 - 18)
Ch. 301 (pgs. 1 - 14)
Ch. 302 (pgs. 1 - 12)
TBA
115 15 "Falconia"
Ch. 302 (pgs. 13 - 17)
Ch. 303 (pgs. 1 - 17)
Ch. 304 (pgs. 1 - 14)
Ch. 305 (pgs. 1 - 14)
Ch. 306 (pgs. 1 - 12)
TBA

Season 8

Season 8 adapts Ch. 308 - TBA of the Fantasia Arc.

Episode No. Season No. Title Chapters
116 1 "TBA"
Ch. TBA
TBA

Episode List by Arc

  • The Black Swordsman Arc (Ch. 0A - 0H) - (Ep. 1 - 13):
    1. Ep. 1 The Black Swordsman (Ch. 0A)
    2. Ep. 2 Guts vs. The Snake Lord, Part 1 (Ch. 0A)
    3. Ep. 3 Guts vs. The Snake Lord, Part 2 (Ch. 0A - 0B)
    4. Ep. 4 The Brand (Ch. 0B)
    5. Ep. 5 Execution (Ch. 0B - 0C)
    6. Ep. 6 The Behelit (Ch. 0C - 0D)
    7. Ep. 7 Zondark's Revenge (Ch. 0D)
    8. Ep. 8 Retaliation (Ch. 0D)
    9. Ep. 9 Guts' Assault, Part 1 (Ch. 0E)
    10. Ep. 10 Guts' Assault, Part 2 (Ch. 0E)
    11. Ep. 11 Guts vs. The Slug Count (Ch. 0E - 0F)
    12. Ep. 12 Guardian Angels of Desire, Part 1 (Ch. 0F - 0G)
    13. Ep. 13 Guardian Angels of Desire, Part 2 (Ch. 0G - 0H)
  • Golden Age Arc (Ch. 0I - 94) - (Ep. 14 - 51):
    1. Ep. 14 Guts' Childhood, Part 1 (Ch. 0I - 0J)
    2. Ep. 15 Guts' Childhood, Part 2 (Ch. 0J - 0K)
    3. Ep. 16 The Young Mercenary (Ch. 0K - 0L)
    4. Ep. 17 Band of the Hawk (Ch. 0L - 0M)
    5. Ep. 18 Guts vs. Griffith (Ch. 0M - 0N)
    6. Ep. 19 First Assignment (Ch. 0N - 0O)
    7. Ep. 20 Sword Wind (Ch. 0P - 1)
    8. Ep. 21 Nosferatu Zodd, Part 1 (Ch. 1 - 3)
    9. Ep. 22 Nosferatu Zodd, Part 2 (Ch. 4 - 6)
    10. Ep. 23 Assassin, Part 1 (Ch. 7 - 9)
    11. Ep. 24 Assassin, Part 2 (Ch. 9 - 12)
    12. Ep. 25 Precious Thing (Ch. 12 - 15)
    13. Ep. 26 Casca (Ch. 15 - 18)
    14. Ep. 27 Ready to Die (Ch. 18 - 20)
    15. Ep. 28 Bonfire of Dreams (Ch. 21 - 23)
    16. Ep. 29 Battle to Capture Doldrey, Part 1 (Ch. 24 - 26)
    17. Ep. 30 Battle to Capture Doldrey, Part 2 (Ch. 27 - 29)
    18. Ep. 31 Moment of Glory (Ch. 29 - 31)
    19. Ep. 32 Morning of Departure, Part 1 (Ch. 32 - 34)
    20. Ep. 33 Morning of Departure, Part 2 (Ch. 35 - 37)
    21. Ep. 34 Demise of a Dream (Ch. 38 - 40)
    22. Ep. 35 Fugitives (Ch. 41 - 43)
    23. Ep. 36 Confession (Ch. 44 - 46)
    24. Ep. 37 Sparks from a Sword Tip (Ch. 47 - 49)
    25. Ep. 38 Infiltration of Wyndham (Ch. 49 - 51)
    26. Ep. 39 Reunion in the Abyss (Ch. 52 - 54)
    27. Ep. 40 Bakiraka (Ch. 55 - 57)
    28. Ep. 41 Demon Dog (Ch. 58 - 60)
    29. Ep. 42 Forest of Atrocity (Ch. 61 - 64)
    30. Ep. 43 Mortal Combat (Ch. 64 - 66)
    31. Ep. 44 One Who Comes Flying (Ch. 67 - 69)
    32. Ep. 45 Warriors of Twilight (Ch. 70 - 72)
    33. Ep. 46 Eclipse (Ch. 73 - 76)
    34. Ep. 47 Feast (Ch. 77 - 80)
    35. Ep. 48 Storm of Death (Ch. 81 - 83)
    36. Ep. 49 Birth (Ch. 84 - 88)
    37. Ep. 50 Awakening to a Nightmare (Ch. 88 - 92)
    38. Ep. 51 One Who Hunts Dragons (Ch. 93 - 95)
  • Conviction Arc (Ch. 95 - 176) - (Ep. 51 - 76):
    1. Ep. 51 One Who Hunts Dragons (Ch. 93 - 95)
    2. Ep. 52 Elves of Misty Valley (Ch. 95 - 98)
    3. Ep. 53 Evil Insect (Ch. 98 - 101)
    4. Ep. 54 Girl I Remember (Ch. 101 - 104)
    5. Ep. 55 Guardian (Ch. 104 - 107)
    6. Ep. 56 Misty Valley (Ch. 107 - 110)
    7. Ep. 57 Bloody Night Sky (Ch. 111 - 114)
    8. Ep. 58 Elf of the Blue Sky (Ch. 114 - 116)
    9. Ep. 59 Holy Iron Chain Knights (Ch. 117 - 119)
    10. Ep. 60 Hollow Idol (Ch. 120 - 122)
    11. Ep. 61 Night of Miracles (Ch. 122 - 125)
    12. Ep. 62 Revelation (Ch. 126 - 128)
    13. Ep. 63 To the Holy Ground (Ch. 129 - 132)
    14. Ep. 64 Tower of Shadows (Ch. 132 - 135)
    15. Ep. 65 Children of Shadow (Ch. 136 - 138)
    16. Ep. 66 Bowels of the Holy Ground (Ch. 139 - 141)
    17. Ep. 67 Pillar of Flames (Ch. 142 - 144)
    18. Ep. 68 Ambitious Boy (Ch. 145 - 147)
    19. Ep. 69 Reunion (Ch. 148 - 150)
    20. Ep. 70 Blood Flow of the Dead (Ch. 151 - 154)
    21. Ep. 71 Hell's Angels (Ch. 155 - 158)
    22. Ep. 72 Collapse (Ch. 159 - 162)
    23. Ep. 73 Shadow of Idea (Ch. 162 - 167)
    24. Ep. 74 Monstrous Priest (Ch. 167 - 170)
    25. Ep. 75 Tsunami of Darkness (Ch. 170 - 173)
    26. Ep. 76 Starting a Journey With Resolve (Ch. 174 - 177)
  • Falcon of the Millennium Empire Arc (Ch. 177 - 306) - (Ep. 76 - 115):
    1. Ep. 76 Starting a Journey With Resolve (Ch. 174 - 177)
    2. Ep. 77 Reunion on the Hill of Swords (Ch. 177 - 180)
    3. Ep. 78 Prologue to the War Chronicle (Ch. 180 - 183)
    4. Ep. 79 War Cry of the Wind (Ch. 183 - 185)
    5. Ep. 80 Winter Journey (Ch. 186 - 189)
    6. Ep. 81 Reunion in the Wilderness (Ch. 189 - 191)
    7. Ep. 82 War Demons (Ch. 192 - 194)
    8. Ep. 83 Dangerous Trail (Ch. 195 - 197)
    9. Ep. 84 The Witch (Ch. 198 - 201)
    10. Ep. 85 Elementals (Ch. 201 - 204)
    11. Ep. 86 Troll Invasion, Part 1 (Ch. 204 - 206)
    12. Ep. 87 Troll Invasion, Part 2 (Ch. 206 - 210)
    13. Ep. 88 Evil Horde (Ch. 210 - 213)
    14. Ep. 89 Qliphoth (Ch. 214 - 217)
    15. Ep. 90 Whore Princess of the Uterine Sea (Ch. 217 - 220)
    16. Ep. 91 The Blaze (Ch. 221 - 224)
    17. Ep. 92 Berserker Armor (Ch. 225 - 227)
    18. Ep. 93 Departure of Flame (Ch. 228 - 230)
    19. Ep. 94 Dread Emperor (Ch. 231 - 234)
    20. Ep. 95 Proclaimed Omen (Ch. 234 - 237)
    21. Ep. 96 Boy in the Moonlight (Ch. 238 - 240)
    22. Ep. 97 Roar of the Sea (Ch. 241 - 244)
    23. Ep. 98 City of People (Ch. 244 - 247)
    24. Ep. 99 Warrior (Ch. 247 - 250)
    25. Ep. 100 Vandimion (Ch. 251 - 253)
    26. Ep. 101 The Ball (Ch. 254 - 257)
    27. Ep. 102 Enchanted Beast (Ch. 257 - 259)
    28. Ep. 103 Declaration of War (Ch. 260 - 263)
    29. Ep. 104 City of the Demon Beasts (Ch. 264 - 266)
    30. Ep. 105 Blazing Bay (Ch. 267 - 270)
    31. Ep. 106 Wizard General Daiba (Ch. 271 - 273)
    32. Ep. 107 Thunder Emperor (Ch. 274 - 277)
    33. Ep. 108 Setting Sail (Ch. 277 - 280)
    34. Ep. 109 Torn Battlefield (Ch. 281 - 284)
    35. Ep. 110 On Board (Ch. 285 - 288)
    36. Ep. 111 Sea Battle (Ch. 288 - 291)
    37. Ep. 112 Exodus (Ch. 291 - 294)
    38. Ep. 113 Roaring Dark (Ch. 295 - 297)
    39. Ep. 114 Inhuman Battlefield (Ch. 298 - 302)
    40. Ep. 115 Falconia (Ch. 302 - 306)
  • Fantasia Arc (Ch. 307 - ) - (Ep. 116 - TBA):
    1. Ep. 116 TBA

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