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I'm not sure I particularly like or understand Zeke's end game; sterilizing the Eldian race. If it's possible for the Founding Titan to change the physical bodies of the Subjects of Ymir, why not make a change so that they can no longer become Titans? Then they could still have families and just be like normal people.
 
I'm not sure I particularly like or understand Zeke's end game; sterilizing the Eldian race. If it's possible for the Founding Titan to change the physical bodies of the Subjects of Ymir, why not make a change so that they can no longer become Titans? Then they could still have families and just be like normal people.
 
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This is just my interpratation so take it with a grain of salt: Zeke wants to sterlize Eldians because he knows that if he leaves them alive they will locked in a neverending war with the world as Marley and friends will never forgive the Eldians for their war crimes (even without the titans) and Eldia will never forgive Marley. So in order to spare the citizens of Eldia suffering he will sterilize them and hold the world ransom with the Wall titans (with Hizuru's aid) and everyone will live out their remaining days in peace (Historia's descendants excluded I assume as they need to keep passing the founder) and then when every Eldian has passed on the final holder of the founder will kill themselves thus ending the curse once and for all. Of course Eren will not accept this as his plan is most likely similar to what you suggested and this will be the thematic crux of the climax.
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This is just my interpratation so take it with a grain of salt: Zeke wants to sterlize Eldians because he knows that if he leaves them alive they will be locked in a neverending war with the world as Marley and friends will never forgive the Eldians for their war crimes (even without the titans) and Eldia will never forgive Marley. So in order to spare the citizens of Eldia suffering he will sterilize them and hold the world ransom with the Wall titans (with Hizuru's aid) and everyone will live out their remaining days in peace (Historia's descendants excluded I assume as they need to keep passing the founder) and then when every Eldian has passed on the final holder of the founder will let the curse take them thus ending the curse once and for all. Of course Eren will not accept this as his plan is most likely similar to what you suggested and this will be the thematic crux of the climax.

Latest revision as of 18:20, February 9, 2019

RuneLai wrote:
I really liked the characterization in this chapter. We get a lot about Tom Xaver in this one chapter; what he's like as a person, why he bonds with Zeke, and why he's a Warrior.

I also like that it's Xaver's idea that Zeke turn in his parents. I never liked the idea that Zeke just did it on his own (too much planning for a kid to be acting independently), nor did I think he was being groomed by The Owl. But Xaver and his separation from the Eldian Restorationist movement nicely fits the bill.

I'm not sure I particularly like or understand Zeke's end game; sterilizing the Eldian race. If it's possible for the Founding Titan to change the physical bodies of the Subjects of Ymir, why not make a change so that they can no longer become Titans? Then they could still have families and just be like normal people.

This is just my interpratation so take it with a grain of salt: Zeke wants to sterlize Eldians because he knows that if he leaves them alive they will be locked in a neverending war with the world as Marley and friends will never forgive the Eldians for their war crimes (even without the titans) and Eldia will never forgive Marley. So in order to spare the citizens of Eldia suffering he will sterilize them and hold the world ransom with the Wall titans (with Hizuru's aid) and everyone will live out their remaining days in peace (Historia's descendants excluded I assume as they need to keep passing the founder) and then when every Eldian has passed on the final holder of the founder will let the curse take them thus ending the curse once and for all. Of course Eren will not accept this as his plan is most likely similar to what you suggested and this will be the thematic crux of the climax.

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