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Berserk or berzerk can refer to: Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... Wiktionary (a portmanteau of wiki and dictionary) is a multilingual, Web-based project to create a free content dictionary, available in over 150 languages. ...

  • A berserker, a fierce warrior, often associated with Norsemen
  • A status effect in a variety of role-playing games which generally causes the affected individual to attack recklessly and with increased power
  • Berserk!, a 1968 film starring Joan Crawford and Ty Hardin
  • Berzerk, a shooter video game released in 1980
  • Berserk (band), a black metal rock band
  • The Berserk F├╝hrer, a Zoid from the Zoids New Century Zero television series

Berserkers in the kings hall, illustration by Louis Moe, 1898 Berserkers (or Berserks) were Norse warriors who were commonly understood to have fought in an uncontrollable rage or trance of fury; the berserkergang. ... Serialized in Young Animal (Hakusensha) Original run 1992 (series), 1990 (volume) – (ongoing) Volumes 31, containing 276 of 291 released episodes TV anime: Berserk (剣風伝奇ベルセルク/KenpÅ« Denki Berserk) Director Naohito Takahashi Studio OLM Network Nippon Television, Animax Original run October 7, 1997 – March 31, 1998 Episodes 25 Video Game (ベルセルク千年帝国の鷹篇/Berserk Millennium Falcon... A status effect is a temporary modification to a game character’s original set of properties that usually comes into play when special powers and abilities (such as spells) are used, often during combat. ... Berserk! is a 1968 Columbia Pictures horror/thriller/mystery motion picture starring Joan Crawford and Ty Hardin. ... Berzerk is a multi-directional shooter video game, released in 1980 by Stern Electronics of Chicago. ... The Berserk Führer (Berserk Fury in Western releases) is a type of Zoid, one of over 200 species of biomechanical life forms around which the Zoids model, anime, and game franchise is based. ...

See also

  • Bezerk (album) and Bezerk 2.0, albums by Welsh glam metal band Tigertailz

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Olwydd.Org: Barbarians: Berserks (568 words)
The berserk called Cyclone is the last that is taught by guild leaders.
The penalty received when a berserk ends is determined by how low your inner fire is at the end.
The ability to berserk while continuing a dance is gained at 180th Circle.
Berserker at AllExperts (1581 words)
Berserkers (or Berserks) were Norse warriors who had sworn allegiance to the sky god Odin and worked themselves into a frenzy before a battle.
Berserkers are reported to have worn bearskins in battle serving as armor or a symbol of their proclivity for worshipping the spirit of the bear.
Snorri Sturluson goes on to mention berserkers in the Ynglinga saga: "his [Odin's] men rushed forward without armor, were as mad as dogs or wolves, bit their shields, and were as strong as bears or wild bulls, and killed people at a blow, but neither fire nor iron told upon themselves" (Ch.
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