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If she had been influenced by guilt and/or pity when 17th episode happens, she would have killed Armin anyway (back then or later at Stohess). Because guilt and pity did not stop her and the others from getting rid of Marco. In fact, after Marco's suffering, she could have made Armin’s death very quick one. Now that would be out of pity...
 
If she had been influenced by guilt and/or pity when 17th episode happens, she would have killed Armin anyway (back then or later at Stohess). Because guilt and pity did not stop her and the others from getting rid of Marco. In fact, after Marco's suffering, she could have made Armin’s death very quick one. Now that would be out of pity...
 
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Concerning Marco's murder you forgot context: Reiner was demanding her to prove her loyalty to Marley by killing Marco. Also, he hinted that her and and father would be considered as traitors by Marley if she didn't help Reiner to kill Marco. Thus, I guess that if she hadn't cooperated with Reiner, then Reiner would have denounced her to Marley. She basically had to choose between accepting the death of her father or killing Marco. So, apparently what motivated her to help Reiner from getting rid of Marco was to save her father and it was not the same situation as the killings of Survey Corps members during the 57th expedition. Your comparison doesn't really make sense.
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Concerning Marco's murder you forgot context: Reiner was demanding her to prove her loyalty to Marley by killing Marco. Also, he hinted that her and and father would be considered as traitors by Marley if she didn't help Reiner to kill Marco. Thus, I guess that if she hadn't cooperated with Reiner, then Reiner would have denounced her to Marley. She basically had to choose between accepting the death of her father or killing Marco. So, apparently what motivated her to help Reiner from getting rid of Marco was to save her father and it was not the same situation as the killings of Survey Corps members during the 57th expedition. Also, sure Marco's death was gruesome, but it was also the case of the deaths of some members of the 57th expedition. Your comparison doesn't really make sense.

Latest revision as of 01:11, December 10, 2019

Gamaiyn wrote:

Hmm... Disagree. If she had been influenced by guilt and/or pity when 17th episode happens, she would have killed Armin anyway (back then or later at Stohess). Because guilt and pity did not stop her and the others from getting rid of Marco. In fact, after Marco's suffering, she could have made Armin’s death very quick one. Now that would be out of pity...

Concerning Marco's murder you forgot context: Reiner was demanding her to prove her loyalty to Marley by killing Marco. Also, he hinted that her and and father would be considered as traitors by Marley if she didn't help Reiner to kill Marco. Thus, I guess that if she hadn't cooperated with Reiner, then Reiner would have denounced her to Marley. She basically had to choose between accepting the death of her father or killing Marco. So, apparently what motivated her to help Reiner from getting rid of Marco was to save her father and it was not the same situation as the killings of Survey Corps members during the 57th expedition. Also, sure Marco's death was gruesome, but it was also the case of the deaths of some members of the 57th expedition. Your comparison doesn't really make sense.

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