Episode 321 (Manga)
Sea God (3)
Kanji 海神③
Romaji Kaijin 3
Volume 36 Sea God
Episode (Manga) 321
Pages 20
Date Released September 23, 2011 (tankōbon format)
Arc Fantasia Arc
Sea God (2)
Booming Art
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Sea God (3) (海神③ Kaijin 3?) is the 321st episode of the Berserk manga series, written and illustrated by Kentaro Miura.


The tentacles and sea slugs have approached the Sea Horse, but cannot touch the ship thanks to Farnese's bulwark. Roderick orders all cannons be fired at the monsters point-blank. The cannonballs rip through the sea slugs, who still cannot advance. An angry Bonebeard takes it upon himself to attack the Sea Horse. Due to his ship's being originally of the physical world, Bonebeard is able to penetrate the bulwark. The Sea Horse is rammed by the Captain Bonebeard.

Bonebeard moves forward with his crew. Though they are slightly weakened by the bulwark's power, they are still able to board the Sea Horse and engage Roderick's crew in close combat. Isidro and Bonebeard are intent on fighting each other, and they are the first of each side to clash in battle.


Guts swings the Dragonslayer into the Sea God's stomach lining.

Meanwhile, Guts is still fighting off the roach parasites, but the battle has taken them to a ship's mast. The combined weight of the parasites threatens to make the mast collapse, so Guts leaps towards the ceiling in a last effort to escape the Sea God's stomach. Guts slices into the stomach tissue that makes up the ceiling, and the Dragonslayer is briefly wedged, leaving Guts hanging precariously above the sea of stomach acid. The Dragonslayer soon comes loose and Guts begins to fall. However, the Sea God's stomach gases escape through the hole he tore, carrying Guts with them. The new area that Guts and Schierke find themselves in is home to yet more parasites, these ones resembling large, long-legged black spiders.

The crew of the Sea Horse continue to fight against Bonebeard's crew. Serpico is able to slice them apart with his sylph sword, and Azan is proving capable of fighting against the monsters. Farnese entrusts Schierke's body to Casca and the black-haired boy, and uses her thorn snakes to bind several of Bonebeard's crew. Bonebeard himself is still engaged in battle with Isidro.

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