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I knew it by instinct. That what I had set before myself wasn't merely another war to be recorded in history. Perhaps it belonged... to the domain of legend.
– Mule

Mule Wolflame (ミュール ウルフラーム Myũru Urufurāmu?) is a young noble of Midland and a member of the reborn Band of the Falcon.


Mule is a young man with blonde shaggy hair and blue eyes. He constantly appears in his grey battle armor that covers his entire body. Bonebeard declares him handsome and threatens to sell him to a Kushan harem.


As a member of the reborn Band of the Falcon, Mule's primary responsibility is the protection of the medium Sonia. Proud, Mule believes strongly in personal honor.


Mule proves to be quite strong as a fighter in close-combat, as Isidro notes during his fight with him in Vritannis. He is no stranger to warfare and has survived life in the battlefield. He is prepared to kill if necessary for Griffith.[2] Bonebeard remarks that Mule was trained in the orthodox style of the nobles.


Millennium Falcon Arc[]

Mule is introduced angrily watching a Kushan column carrying off the possessions of his people.[3] When one of his men, Saritus, asks him if he is serious about attacking the column, Mule orders his silence and demands to know if he is a coward. Mule tells his army that to simply watch the Kushans take everything would be a total dishonor to the Midland nobility. Saritus asks him for a reason as to why his troops should risk their lives given that even Mule's family is not allowed into the royal palace. Mule retorts that his father and brothers died protecting that palace, and he implies they will have died in vain if he and his troops do not act. Saritus replies that he heard there is a base camp around Midland with a highly respected force led by the White Falcon, Griffith. When Mule states that he heard that Griffith was tortured to death three years ago, Saritus mentions the rumor of the Falcon's friends rescuing him. He begs Mule to take this under consideration. However, viewing the Kushan forces surrounding innocent civilians, Mule orders a charge.[3] This section requires expansion.

Fantasia Arc[]

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  1. ^ a b c Shikaisha., Nakajima, R., Shimizu, Y., Mochizuki, M., Okada, M., Suzuki, M. (2016). "Berserk Official Guide Book". Tokyo: Young Animal Comics.
  2. ^ Berserk :: Volume 29, "Bloodshed"
  3. ^ a b Berserk :: Volume 23, "Reunion in the Wilderness"