The final chapter of Attack on Titan has a tragic ending for all of the main trilogy in the manga.
Fans fear a bitter and hopeless ending like most of Attack on Titan will be pleasantly surprised by Chapter 139. The final chapter is not a bloodbath but a gentle goodbye for the beloved cast of Hajime Isayama. In doing so, it also clears the air between the central triad, Eren, Mikasa and Armin, people whose relationships seem to be irreparably damaged in the background. After accusing his childhood friends of just being “slaves” to their Titan and Ackerman bodies – Armin and Mikasa’s respectively – Eren was ruthless by telling Mikasa that he “always hated her”. .” Infected, Armin attacks Eren, only to be brutally defeated by the three-man Titan threat.
When Eren goes off on his dark mission, Armin and Mikasa are left behind to wonder if there is any real sign behind his heartless words, and worse. more, grappling with the inevitable idea that killing Eren might be the only way to stop him. from destroying most of the world with Rumble. However, readers can rest assured that the final chapter of the manga Attack on Titan offers the best ending of the trilogy, confirming, once and for all, that Eren never really had any malice towards Mikasa and Armin.
Eren reveals To Armin
Eren reveals his true feelings at the beginning of the chapter, which re-enacts a never-before-seen conversation between him and Armin through the Path (while Armin is heading for Eren’s army of Wall Titans aboard the Azumabito .) Both appeared as children, beginning, slowly aging to the present day when their conversation comes to a conclusion. Armin assures Eren that he now understands why Eren did what he did: achieve a Titan-free world, the futuristic spectacle of Attack Titan showed him during the award ceremony, no matter the cost. .. almost like . “Do you really have to do that?” Armin asked dryly. In response, Eren confirmed what many had long suspected – he purposely pushed his friends away. However, even he completely did not know why he needs to do it: “Even I find myself wondering what I’m doing… I’m just following the lines.”
Armin will take the place. In transforming himself into a villain, Eren transformed his friends who were forced to stop him into humanity’s greatest heroes. Heroes who fought to save a world labeled them as “evil”. It was the peaceful future that Eren wanted them to overcome and ultimately the one he achieved. When their talk ended, Eren told Armin that he would use the Founding Titan’s powers to erase his memory of it, though it would be restored after his death. When the two friends parted, Armin promised that he would not let Eren’s “fault” – being a serial killer – go to waste.
Eren’s True Feelings For Mikasa Revealed
While readers may be disappointed that Eren and Mikasa didn’t get to have a reunion, Eren finally makes his true feelings about his adopted sister to Armin clear in the final chapter. Mikasa has never hid her devotion to the boy who saved her life, and since then she has been faithfully repaying him. Eren, however, remains an introverted guy – allowing Mikasa to be around him but keeping her, emotionally, within reach. Despite Armin’s denial, Mikasa became depressed after Eren denied her feelings for him. She even stopped wearing her iconic scarf, draped around her neck by Eren when they became family, but in the end she sees an end to the pain – imagining the happy future she has. wish they would find each other before ending his life, with a kiss, in the penultimate chapter
In Chapter #139, when Armin presses Eren to talk about the subject, he eventually breaks down, admitting that he doesn’t want Mikasa to simply move on and find someone else as he goes. “I don’t want to die, I=I want to be with Mikasa… With everyone.” Although he wants her to be happy, selfishly, Eren’s wish is to always be in her thoughts even after he is gone. Armin was somewhat shaken by Eren’s outburst. Trying to atone, Eren begs Armin not to repeat this to Mikasa for her happiness.
Unexpectedly cheesy, the theme of eternal love defines the ending of Attack on Titan. After all, the revelation that leads Eren and Armin to Mikasa’s theme is that Ymir Fritz’s love for King Karl Fritz, not her hatred, is what led to her being enslaved to him, even overcome death. Her undying love is also what keeps her Titan curse alive for 2,000 years.
When Mikasa cut off Eren’s head from the Founding Titan, Ymir just watched with a smile. At the time, her serenity seemed eerie. But according to Eren, this act eventually freed Ymir. All for Mikasa to be the one to do this, not you. So everything he did was to make sure she chose to kill him, ending Ymir’s existence in the process; so destroy the Titans. Why? Only Ymir knows. But we can speculate that the mother of all Titans may have seen something in common in another woman, whose love took her to the ends of the earth and back.