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* The Dragon Slayer has never been properly wielded by anyone besides Guts. It takes two [[Holy Iron Chain Knights]] just to lift it after Guts is captured, and [[Isidro]] finds himself pinned beneath it after trying to lift the weapon.{{qref|e141}}
 
* The Dragon Slayer has never been properly wielded by anyone besides Guts. It takes two [[Holy Iron Chain Knights]] just to lift it after Guts is captured, and [[Isidro]] finds himself pinned beneath it after trying to lift the weapon.{{qref|e141}}
 
* In the [[Sword of the Berserk: Guts' Rage|Dreamcast game]] based on the series, it is nigh-impossible to swing the Dragon Slayer in tight corridors without it bouncing off the wall to little effect. In the [[Berserk: Millennium Falcon Hen Seima Senki no Shō|PS2 game]], this is not an issue; most of the action takes place outdoors, while the few indoor or underground areas that Guts goes into are spacious enough for him to use the Dragon Slayer to full effect.
 
* In the [[Sword of the Berserk: Guts' Rage|Dreamcast game]] based on the series, it is nigh-impossible to swing the Dragon Slayer in tight corridors without it bouncing off the wall to little effect. In the [[Berserk: Millennium Falcon Hen Seima Senki no Shō|PS2 game]], this is not an issue; most of the action takes place outdoors, while the few indoor or underground areas that Guts goes into are spacious enough for him to use the Dragon Slayer to full effect.
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