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{{Infobox Episode Manga
|episode= 59
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| image = Chapter 59.jpg
|image= file:Chapter 59.jpg
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| name = "Devil Dogs (1)"
|title= Devil Dogs (1)
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| kanji = 魔犬(1)
|kanji= 魔犬(1)
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| romaji = ''Maken (1)''
|romaji= Maken (1)
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| volume = 11
|volume= 11
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| episode = 59
|pages= 20
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| pages = 20
|date= March 29, 1996 (tankōbon format)
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| arc = [[Golden Age Arc]]
|arc= [[Golden Age Arc]]
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| chapter =
|episodes=
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| release = March 29, 1996 (tankōbon format)
|previous = [[Episode 58 (Manga)|Flower of the Stone Castle]]
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| anime =
|next = [[Episode 60 (Manga)|Devil Dogs (2)]]}}
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{{nihongo|'''Devil Dogs (1)'''|魔犬(1)|''Maken (1)''}} is the 59th numbered episode of the ''[[Berserk (Manga)|Berserk]]'' manga series, written and illustrated by [[Kentarou Miura]].
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{{Nihongo|"'''Devil Dogs (1)'''"|魔犬(1)|''Maken (1)''}} is the 59th numbered episode of the ''[[Berserk (Manga)|Berserk]]'' manga series, written and illustrated by [[Kentarou Miura]].
 
== Summary ==
 
== Summary ==
 
The [[King of Midland]] sits alone in the throne room. He recalls the day [[Griffith]] slept with [[Charlotte]], and he blames the Falcon for stealing his beloved daughter away. The King then recalls how the [[Black Dog Knights]] came to be.
 
The [[King of Midland]] sits alone in the throne room. He recalls the day [[Griffith]] slept with [[Charlotte]], and he blames the Falcon for stealing his beloved daughter away. The King then recalls how the [[Black Dog Knights]] came to be.

Revision as of 17:50, April 15, 2019

Template:Infobox Episode Manga "Devil Dogs (1)" (魔犬(1) Maken (1)?) is the 59th numbered episode of the Berserk manga series, written and illustrated by Kentarou Miura.

Summary

The King of Midland sits alone in the throne room. He recalls the day Griffith slept with Charlotte, and he blames the Falcon for stealing his beloved daughter away. The King then recalls how the Black Dog Knights came to be.

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The result of the duel between Wyald and Barbo.

Five years prior, Midland was scrabbling for soldiers due to the Hundred-Year War raging on in full force. To curb his need for an army, he assembled all able-bodied criminals in Midland and offered them work as soldiers. One man, Wyald, stepped up to assume command over the criminals. Another convict, a large man named Barbo, took offense to the smaller Wyald thinking he was entitled to command. At Wyald's request, the King of Midland authorized a duel between the two to determine who would lead the Black Dog Knights. Barbo's restraints were removed, but Wyald chose to keep his on. Barbo was then armed, but Wyald was not. The result of the duel: Barbo was impaled on an ornamental spire atop a tall tower, having been thrown by the victorious Wyald.

The King has felt an inhuman presence emanating from Wyald, and says that the Black Dog Knights have accomplishments under their belt similar to the ones earned by the Falcons. With the Black Dog Knights on their heels, the Falcons will have no chance.

On a farm just outside Wyndham, Griffith is bandaged up, and the Falcons are given a cart, some horses, and clothes for Griffith by the well-meaning farmers who still hold Griffith in high regard. Judeau drives the cart, Casca sits in the back with Griffith, and Guts and Pippin ride their own horses. Casca props Griffith up so that he can watch as Wyndham, the capital city of the kingdom Griffith wanted to inherit, slowly fades into the distance.

Wyald and his gang wander onto the farm and ask the farmers if they've seen Griffith. The girl he asks trembles in fear of him, but he assumes that she has, in fact, seen Griffith. To amuse themselves before beginning to hunt after the Falcons, Wyald has the Black Dog Knights destroy the farm and kill everyone living on it while he takes the girl into the barn to have his way with her.

Characters in Order of Appearance

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