Berserk by. Kentaro Miura

Void, one of the enigmatic members of the God Hand in Kentaro Miura's "Berserk", is a figure wrapped in mystery and ancient history. Distinguished by his exposed brain and elongated skull, Void's appearance is as unsettling as his deep understanding of causality and fate. While his past is largely unexplored, glimpses suggest a possible connection with the Skull Knight, hinting at a personal enmity rooted in events millennia old. As a member of the God Hand, Void plays a pivotal role in the sacrificial ceremonies, particularly evident during the Eclipse, where he invokes the laws of causality to brand the sacrifices. His speech patterns are formal and philosophical, often delving into the intricacies of destiny, sacrifice, and the human psyche. Void's presence underscores the broader themes of "Berserk", challenging characters and readers alike to confront the inexorable pull of fate and the price of ambition.