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The God Hand is a quintumvirate of demon sovereigns who act as executors of the Idea of Evil's will,[1] by virtue of their desires being intrinsic to the entity.[2] As the most powerful of demonkind, they reign over apostles as their masters, and are responsible for granting normal beherit bearers their reincarnated status of being, in exchange for a sacrifice.[3] They have orchestrated many significant events that have largely affected the course of humanity, as well as the state of the macrocosm.

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May 25, 2018
E356-Primary-Manga

Part 2 of episode 356 "Jötunn (1)" released!

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June 23, 2017
Episode 24 (2016)

Episode 24 "City of Humans" released!

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Did You Know...
  • ... that in the earliest of Guts' prototype designs, he had long hair and wielded a katana rather than the Dragon Slayer?
  • ... that the Band of the Falcon, very briefly, was beknighted as Midland's White Phoenix Knights?
  • ... that beherits are still usable after their initial activation?
  • ... that Berserk was significantly influenced by Kaoru Kurimoto's Guin Saga?

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