The anime ending of Attack on Titan closely follows the manga’s extended ending, with a few minor changes, leading to similar reactions from manga readers and anime viewers. The global alliance teams up with the Marleyan forces to stop Eren’s destructive Rumble, leaving many dead but ultimately reaching Eren with the goal of saving the world. Armin’s compassionate approach helps rally the old Titan Shifters to fight Eren’s power, leading to a final battle where Eren is killed and the Rumble threat finally ends. Yet tensions and violence continue to plague the world, leaving the possibility of a never-ending cycle of conflict.
Warning: Contains spoilers for Attack on Titan: The Final Chapters Part 2 After 10 years of going through two different anime studios, Attack the giantThe anime’s finally ended. The series finale, for better or worse, largely resembles the manga’s extended ending with a few minor changes, so manga readers and those who only watch the anime will have similar reactions to the ending of the series. It.
After unlocking the full power of the Founding Titan, Eren begins Rumbling and sends his Titans across the world to kill everyone outside of Paradis Island. Despite knowing that Rumbling is the only way to secure their home and they have no better ideas, Armin, Mikasa, Levi and the remaining old allies of Eren refused to accept genocide as a solution, and they team up with several Marleyan forces to stop Eren.
Many other lives are lost on their journey, most notably Hange, but they still reach Eren with the intention of stopping him and saving the world.
How the final battle against Eren begins in Attack On Titan
In Part 1 of the Attack on Titan finale, “The Battle Between Heaven and Earth,” Armin planned to blow up Eren’s Titan form with his transformation, but not before he could activate it. , an okapi-like Titan devours him whole, revealing that Eren has summoned countless Titan Shifters in the past to fight them. This even included more familiar Titan Shifters like Bertholdt, Galliard, and Ymir, and their combined strength prevented Pieck from blowing up Eren’s neck, generally overwhelming the Global Alliance. It looked as if everyone was about to die, but at the last moment, they were saved by Annie and Gabi flying atop Falco in his new Titan form.
With the situation more desperate than ever, the Global Alliance reluctantly accepted that it had to kill Eren, so it divided into two teams: one team to blow up Eren’s neck, and the other team to save Armin. However, both teams were not lucky to fight with ancient Titan Shifters. Armin complained about his uselessness when witnessing his friends risking his life without results. As Armin does so, he begins to question how he can think in the first place, and that leads to Armin realizes that he has been transported to the Road dimension, where he meets Zeke building a sandcastle.
Armin proves that compassion is the best solution in Attack On Titan
In the part 2 finale of Attack on Titan, “A Long Dream”, Armin tried to convince Zeke to help him stop Eren, but Zeke did not understand the purpose because he no longer saw a purpose in life. However, Armin made Zeke realize that life is only about the small, meaningless things that bring joy to people, and that made Zeke think about how happy he would be if he continued playing baseball with Ksaver. That realization made The souls of the dead Titan Shifters appearing in the series appeared, and Armin and Zeke gave them the strength to withstand Eren’s power and fight against him..
With the support of the former Titan Shifters, the Global Alliance regained momentum and fought against Eren. Mikasa frees Armin from the okapi-like Titan, and Zeke allows himself to be killed by Levi, thus forcing Eren’s Titans to stop the Rumbling. Jean took advantage of that opening to detonate the bomb around Eren’s neck, causing the insect-like creature that first bonded with Ymir Fritz to escape, and Armin tried to destroy the deep and eren creature by the explosion from his transformation. With Eren and the dead creature dead, it seems that Rumbled’s threat has finally ended.
Attack on Titan ends Eren and Mikasa’s relationships like
In the final game to continue the Rumbling, Eren reappears in his new Titan form to fight Armin and the worm-like creature releases a gas that mutates all the surrounding Eldians, except Mikasa, Levi and the Titan Shifters. , into an army of Titans to help it reconnect with Eren. As Mikasa struggles with everything, she has a vision of a world where she and Eren run away and live together in peace while the world is at war. That vision strengthened Mikasa’s resolve, and Mikasa decapitated Eren from his Titan form and said goodbye to him with a final kiss.
Explain Eren’s death and real plan in Titan attack
In the final part of the Attack on Titan finale, “Toward the tree on that hill,” Eren and Armin meet in the Road dimension, where Eren reveals that he wants Armin and everyone to become him. heroic for defeating him and having enough respect to defend Paradis Island. He also revealed that everything was predetermined and designed to free Ymir Fritz from her love for King Fritz, which Mikasa was the key to accomplishing. Armin also scolds Eren for toying with Mikasa’s feelings. Eren admits he doesn’t want to die but says it’s too late, especially with the way Rumbled killed 80% of humanity outside the island.
Armin is horrified by all of that, and he’s especially surprised by Eren’s assertion that this is the only path to take after trying countless different scenarios. Armin points out Eren’s plan because it will only make things worse, and Eren admits that he only said it was inevitable because he was an idiot who couldn’t make something different happen. Armin, in a final act of mercy, takes responsibility for making Eren care about the outside world in the first place and says they will be together again in hell, and after hugging one last time, Armin returns to reality. Because to confirm in tears about Eren. death.
This differs markedly from Eren and Armin’s last interaction in the manga, where Eren never admitted his failures and Armin reluctantly thanked him for his sacrifice.
Explain the true ending and meaning of Attack on Titan
With Eren’s death and the destruction of the insect-like creature, Not only did the Rumble end, but all of the Titan’s power ceased to exist, turning all Eldians into normal humans.. Three years later, tensions are still high in all parts of the world, the Yeagerists have become even more radicalized, and the outside world still distrusts the Eldians. Armin and the others admit that people have plenty of reasons to hate them as they work towards a peace summit, but even so, Armin believes there is still a chance for them to understand each other if given the chance. talk meeting.
Unfortunately, as shown at the end, Armin’s ideal will not come true. Paradis Island will be bombed into rubble at some point in the future; It’s unknown how much time has passed or whether the outside world is actually responsible, but it still shows that despite Eren and Armin’s best efforts, the spiral of violence has not end. The final scene shows a boy in destroyed Paradis discovering that the tree Eren was buried under, now resembles the tree where Ymir Fritz gained his Titan powers, implying that he will also gain powers Titan.
If Titan power can truly return then it is very possible that the war will never end, but it is unknown what the current state of the world is and if it is a world without violence then New titanium power can be used as a good force, or simply not used. Everything is up to interpretation and that could be intentional because for better or worse, the stories of the characters everyone knew ended with them living out the rest of their lives in peace, And that is one of the few bright points Attack the gianttragic ending of.
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