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The Tudor Empire, also referred to as the Chuder Empire in the Dark Horse comics' translation, are an antagonist faction in Berserk. They are a powerful empire seeking to conquer Midland.


The Chuder Empire sparked the Hundred-Year War against Midland with the seizing of the Midland fortress Doldrey, hoping to use it as a stronghold to seize control of the entire country. However, a succession crisis left the empire's military unable to reinforce their defense at Doldrey, leaving it open to be retaken by Midland. This allowed the Band of the Hawk to reclaim it and put an end to the war. With the loss at Doldrey, the Chuder Empire was forced to come to the negotiating table and surrender.


  • Gennon - Governor of Doldrey/Commander of the Scorpion Serpent Knights
  • Boscogn - General/Commander of the Purple Rhino Knights
  • Adon Coborlwitz - Commander of the Blue Whale Knights
  • Samson Coborlwitz - Second-In-Command of the Blue Whale Knights
  • Gien - Commander of the Black Ram Iron Lance Knights


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God Hand
Void | Slan | Ubik | Conrad | Femto | Idea of Evil

Kingdom of Midland
King of Midland | Queen of Midland | Count Julius | Wyald | The Torturer

Holy See
Pontiff | Bishop Mozgus | Mozgus' Disciples | Farnese

Chuder Empire
Gennon | Adon Coborlwitz

Kushan Empire
Emperor Ganishka | Dhaiva | Pishacha | Silat | Bakiraka

Nosferatu Zodd | Wyald | Rosine | The Count | The Baron of Koka Castle | Female Apostle | Borkoff | Swine Apostle | Egg of the Perfect World | Locus | Grunbeld Arcbeast | Irvine | Emperor Ganishka

Apostle Spawn
Zondark | Great Goat | Bishop Mozgus | Mozgus' Disciples

Band of the Hawk
Griffith | Nosferatu Zodd | Irvine | Rakshas | Locus

Donovan | Gambino | The Beast of Darkness | Sea God | Captain Sharkrider | Vlad Tepes