Berserk by. Kentaro Miura

Griffith, one of the central characters in Kentaro Miura's "Berserk", embodies ambition, charisma, and the duality of light and shadow. As the leader of the Band of the Hawk, Griffith's unmatched strategic prowess and charismatic aura made him a beacon of hope for his followers. His dream was singular: to achieve his own kingdom. Guts, the manga's protagonist, once belonged to this close-knit mercenary group and formed a complex bond with Griffith, defined by admiration, rivalry, and an intertwining of fates. However, when their camaraderie was tested, Griffith's ambition led to one of the most harrowing events in the series: the Eclipse. Sacrificing his comrades for godhood, he transcended his mortal self to become Femto, one of the God Hand members. This act of ultimate betrayal marked a turning point, painting Griffith as a figure of both awe-inspiring greatness and horrifying cruelty. In his reincarnated form, Griffith appears as a savior figure, building a utopia called Falconia and amassing followers who see him as a messiah. His ethereal beauty and charismatic charm mask a heart consumed by ambition. Griffith's character serves as a poignant exploration of the costs of dreams and the blurred lines between heroism and villainy.