I know some of the other Admins decided against splitting this page, but I think the weapon and the boss are sufficiently different to warrant their own pages, just like Sparda and Sword of Sparda. The information here is kind of disjointed, with Other Appearances, Trivia, and whatnot for both the weapon and the boss being intermingled. The only thing that really would be duplicated is the Background, but if we keep all the info about Beowulf's appearance and his relation to Geryon on Beowulf the Lightbeast's page, that leaves us with very little that actually has to be duplicated. And, it would really help us to expand the Boss page, without being distracted by the weapon. What do you think? --Anobi 20:22, April 20, 2012 (UTC)

Honestly I was thinking of splitting them when I first joined. A Devil Arm is a Devil Arm not a Devil itself. -=X Zero X=- 08:59, April 21, 2012 (UTC)

Real Impact+Time Lag=...!!! Edit

Yes. Sometimes (actually, most of the time), enemies move out of Real Impact's striking range, because, well, you know, Real Impact, and generally Beowulf, is TOO F****** SLOW! That's sad. And REAL IMPACT IS FREAKIN' SWORDMASTER, NOT A NORMAL ATTACK! That makes Real Impact unusable with Time Lag...If Real Impact is a normal attack in Beowulf's moveset (not the other way around. There is no way Time Lag be a normal move of any sorts. I love Quicksilver. Also, I'd be happy to kick Beast Uppercut and Rising Dragon away in place for Real Impact), when coupled with Quicksilver,...Hehe, you know it... --There is no point in fearing death. Nothing is everlasting. Death is inevitable and dying would simply end one's sufferings of life. 15:16, August 20, 2012 (UTC)

Trivia says what? Edit

Was I the only one that recalls the cutscene (after the second Vergil fight) of Dante obtaining the Beowulf gear when Arkham/Jester activates Teman-ni-gru? After Vergil falls down the pit? So why does the Trivia section state that  Vergil never lost them? Chronopie (talk) 10:06, April 30, 2014 (UTC)

That cutscene never happened Vergil is shown to get them in a cutscene but he never is shown to lose them in a cutscene he just is shown to be knocked off the side.Sonamyfan666 a Amy Rose Expert and fan (talk) 10:10, April 30, 2014 (UTC)

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