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I wanna hear what people have to say about Attack on Titan and it's recent revelations and development on The series itself and Eren Jaeger, the Genius in secret. You can also give opinions on who you think is the best character or best in terms of skills
All of Girisha's memories might disappear once he becomes a Titan, but Eren Kreuger reassures him that someone else might see them later in the future. In both Anime and Manga, this scene is from Eren Jaegar going through his father, Girisha Jaegar's memories. Not from the books his father left him.
What if this is Eren Kreuger's message to Eren Jaegar???
Eren Kreuger says, "Even someone on the streets. It doesn't matter"
This doesn't look like Eren Jaegar trying to convince him to start a family so that he can be born.
What if this is the message left by someone to Eren Jaegar:
To you 2000 years from now
Mine is The founding titan (Eren)
There have been many citations as to why Levi chose to resurrect Armin over Erwin
But I've this theory that it might be because of another reason other than just letting his friend finally rest in peace and not be in guilt for letting so many soilders die. The sea might have a lot more significance.
Armin was always about how he wanted to see the Sea. The night before the Shiganshina fight when Mikasa Armin and Eren where outside they talked about how Armin was sure of the existence of the sea. Levi was eavesdropping .
Earlier we see he asks Erwin that what his plans were once they overcome the mission.
Edward seemed blank and answers that they'd know once they get there.
I think this also influenced Levi's choice.
Armin had a hope, aspiration and urge to know beyond the walls into the vast open sea while Erwin was limited in his aspiration as to the basement and the walls.
While Armin was symbolic of progress and hope, Erwin was a reminder of past and stagnation.
And we know that Kenny influenced Levi on his death bed by saying people need something to keep moving on.
Armin had that zeal, he had the sea, the places to look forward to and aspire to enjoy. But Erwin was limited in his imaginative and his zeal ended till the basement.
The sea is like a juncture of the past and the future. A turning point where Eren draws a parallel to the utter naivety of his former self in thinking there was freedom across it. Armin comes to term with his new life or resurrect life rather.
And Levi I think comes to term with his doubts with himself about his choice.
In short the sea become the turning point in lot of ways more than just being a miraculous thing they're seeing for the first time.
It's a theory.
Does anyone else have same thoughts?