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Main Character_Berserk is a passive skill of Tac's personal attribute, Kim Gu.

Background Edit

Kim Gu first entered the 'Mad-Max' Mode when he found out his friend, Kim Byungsik (Korean:김병식), had gone to recuse Kwon Summer (Korean: 권여름) alone.[1]

In this state, his aggression, speed, power, stamina and durability were raised and he was able to quickly recover from blows and counter attack immediately.

Kim Gu was previously driven into a corner by Kang Dong-hyung's (Korean: 강동현) kicks, but after entering 'Mad-Max' mode, he knocked him out with a J.R.I.R. Crush.[1] When Kang Dong-Hyung regained his consciousness and attempted to attack Kim Gu, but the force and pressure from Kim Gu's spirit forced him to his knees which left him embarrassed.[2][3]

Kim Gu defeated multiple rain makers and defeated Go Sung-kook (Korean: 고성국) in a single blow using Teethbreaker Lv. 3 J.R.I.R. Crush.[4]

In this state, he was able to take the full swing of a baseball bat to the back of his head and not even flinc and deliver a blow strong enough to break a person's shin.[5]

The problem was that in this state, Kim Gu could not distinguish friend from foe and attacks indiscriminately. He attacked Kim Byungsik when he attempted to calm him down[5] and had to be headbutted to the ground in order to regain his sense.[6]

Overview Edit

It is a hidden skill straight out of a cartoon character that is activated when Tac's precious comrade dies in front of him.[7]

Tac's eyes glow bright red and he goes berserk and becomes extremely powerful. According to HCLW , it is a super overpowered skill.[8]

The buff has a time limit so Tac's opponent can survive if they are fast enough to avoid his attacks.[8]

A blow from Tac in this mode was capable of severely injuring HCLW, despite the latter absorbing the blow with the Sword of Honor.[8]

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Notes & Trivia Edit

  • The skill seems to based on a common anime/manga trope where the main characters of the series gets a sudden power up when their comrade is critically wounded/dies and can overcome overwhelming odds. It is a form of plot armour.
  • The skill mirrors Kim Gu's 'Mad-Max' Mode as described above.

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 The Head Episode 28
  2. The Head Episode 29
  3. The Head Episode 30
  4. The Head Episode 31
  5. 5.0 5.1 The Head Episode 33
  6. The Head Episode 34
  7. Episode 126
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 Episode 127
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