- Oct 25, 2017
Thanks for the clarifications everyone
Another possibility is that
So why did touching Historia made him look at Grisha's memories?It's really not that complicated. It's a stable timeloop.
Eren via the Attack Titan can see not only the fate of past Attack Titans (like the other Titans) but can see the fate of future Attack Titans as can any wielder of the Attack Titan. Wielders can't see their own fate though buuuuut Eren cheated when he came in contact with Historia and he saw his own fate through Grisha's memories.
He's also said that Game of Thrones is going to influence his work years ago and I get the feeling that this part of Eren's time powers were influenced to some extent by Bran's powers.
Because his full plan is to use a mini rumbling to destroy the world army and gain 50 years for the eldians to die peacefully.
Because in contact with royal blood he could use the attack titan power in full potential, aka seeing the predecessors memories with more control, just like when they touched him in the cave.
They even went out of their way to have Zeke resemble the first king Fritz uncannily. If his hair was slicked back, they would look identical. Drawing parallels that would make it even easier for Ymir to make her decision. She finally gets the retribution she should have had back then.
This is the scene where Fritz tells Ymir to kill the Marleyans replaying all over again but instead “this” Fritz is telling her to kill all Eldians.
But she ain’t having it this time! Eren was the wildcard.
Isayama is amazing
Taking away the ability to reproduce is the same thing as killing all the eldians. The first king wanted to kill all the marleyans.
He does seem to imply he wants to destroy the paths world, not the real world. I think we still have some twists incoming.
I wouldn’t call sterilization the same thing and certainly not closer than Eren wanting to kill everyone else which includes killing all the Marleyans.
Sterilization of an entire race is equivalent to killing that entire race. This is an entire argument I don’t want to have here though.
There's a detailed explanation of this somewhere but the tldr is that Eren got to see the past because future Eren saw the past due to the Eren/Zeke stuff happening now. Other attack Titans were limited only to future memories.
There's a good breakdown (might've been on Reddit) of the Norse Mythology references out there as there are a TON - Erwin is Tyr, Hange is Odin.“In season 2 outro when Maria, Rose and Shina are eating Ymir there is a window behind the King. In that window on the right side you can see an Eagle. In Norse mythology The Tree Of Life has 3 creatures inside it. The serpen-like Dragon under the Tree (Ymir, source of all living matter) , an Eagle (Eren) that guards the Tree and a squirel that sends messages betwen the Dragon and the Eagle (Zeke, who made conntact of Eren and Ymir possible).”
This is probably a laundry list at this point.
Yeah there's a good bit of gore for sure. At least the "Eren's head instantaneously grows a massive alien spine back into his body" scene should remain fully intact since it's just weird and not too graphic.This is probably a laundry list at this point.
Eren getting his head shot off
Zeke getting exploded
Rose, Maria and Sina eating Ymir
Porco getting roasted
Eren going straight fucking ham as fuck in Marley
Pieck shooting the crap out of Eren's head as well probably has to be censored too.
And that's off the top of my head. I'm quite sure there is way more than this. Not to mention last season was quite censored.
Apparently this was in the AOT2 game:
Explaining what has happened in AOT to a person that hasn't watched it since season one would be hilarious reaction wise.
I don't want Star Wars Midichlorians levels of unneeded explanation.
Maybe it's more interesting if it's the one thing that goes unexplained. Titans as a concept the way the manga provides them is incredibly supernatural and could be chalked up to either full-on fantasy or science fiction, and I think it would be very like Isayama to leave one giant mystery forever intact as the story concludes.
it would be cool to get some kind of official explanation to how the Titans actually came to be and what exactly that spine was, but in the end any explanation in regards to that doesn’t really impact the story at all, so I can definitely see it remaining unexplained/a supernatural phenomenonMaybe it's more interesting if it's the one thing that goes unexplained. Titans as a concept the way the manga provides them is incredibly supernatural and could be chalked up to either full-on fantasy or science fiction, and I think it would be very like Isayama to leave one giant mystery forever intact as the story concludes.
But isn’t that only for as long as he’s making contact with a Fritz? The only other Titan that can control the other Titans is Annie. Zeke can only control those that have his spinal fluid.
um, things kinda changed man.But isn’t that only for as long as he’s making contact with a Fritz? The only other Titan that can control the other Titans is Annie. Zeke can only control those that have his spinal fluid.
So unless P A T H S is a hack where Eren is now constantly in contact with Ymir forever now, Annie can still override his control if that’s not the case
Isayama said like 3 months ago that the series was ending in more or less than a year.