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    • A solid chapter with several very hype and funny moments. The ball is rolling, and all our heroes are gearing up for the end. Still not sure how they're going to stop Eren, but things are definitely moving to the conclusion.

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    • Simply it felt pretty rushed for some of it but was genuinely pretty ok for the plot moving forward and getting everyone together. But it was also pretty funny.
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    • Well I'll say it again still think that Eren is still a good guy he's just not in his right mind frame right now. Now hopefully his real friends & allies will bring him out of it.

      Knew Annie  would  join the fight & glad Connie came back to his senses & realize that this is not what his mother would have wanted him to be doing.

      And I'm also really glad that Levi's back hope we can still fight though I mean he is missing two fingers now, then again Thorkell of vinland saga is missing two fingers and he's doing just fine so I guess Levi would be too (their both superhuman so of course they're would be okay)

      Also I don't think I'm the only one that thinks this (clears throat) Can somebody anybody I don't care who just kill that bastard Floch already!! never liked that guy since chapter 90.

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    • How did LeviHan get Eren's message at night when he said it during the daytime? Why is Hanji's hammer allowed in the paths realm and not the wagon she was holding? Why couldn't she move when the message was given vs Mr. Leonhart being able to move enough to drop to his knees? If Hanji let go of her hammer, would it have been lost in the Paths Realm just like Mr. Leonhart's cane and groceries were?

      I hope these get answered by the end of the series.

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    • Shawn Roberts wrote: Also I don't think I'm the only one that thinks this (clears throat) Can somebody anybody I don't care who just kill that bastard Floch already!! never liked that guy since chapter 90.

      Ngl I was lowkey hoping Pieck would bite one of his legs off or something when she showed up and nabbed Jean, Yelena, and Onyankopon.

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    • I love Floch unironically as a hateable character, although my heart dropped when I thought the one black guy in AoT was about to be executed under his orders. Then I would have truly hated him.

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    • MilesTheMorales1 wrote: I love Floch unironically as a hateable character, although my heart dropped when I thought the one black guy in AoT was about to be executed under his orders. Then I would have truly hated him.

      Onyankopon must live!

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    • While Connie's arc got a conclusion and was a driving force in the chapter, the main focus was easily on Hange and Levi, which is not unexpected due to their time on the run. Even though she still (I believe) is the commander of the Survey Corps, I like the tears we saw Hange shed as she had no choice but to shoot several of her former subordinates. In regards to Levi, him and Magath possibly joining forces to kill Zeke is a frighteningly powerful duo; however, I still anticipate one or both dying by the end of the series.

      Finally, it's so nice to see most of the remaining members of the '107th Training Corps' back together again; if only Jean was there with them! I don't know if it was intentional or not, but I noticed with Gabi and Falco's addition, they have the power of four Titans once again among their ranks: Colossal, Armored, Female and Jaw.

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    • Personally, I give this chapter a solid 8/10, which is lower than most AoT chapters. It felt a bit too rushed at times, particularly Connie's about face. One moment he's hesitant but willing to feed Falco to his mother, and the next page he's immediatelly regretful and gives up. Honestly, I expected and would've liked if Connie had died, not because I don't like him (I really do actually; I found this whole kidnapping-Falco thing very fascinating and down-to-earth), but it would've emphasized and perpetuated the chaotic state of things, and just how difficult the times are right now. As things went in this chapter, it was just a bit too... shonen-y for me.

      I liked Hange's self-reflection, especially the way she compared herself to Sannes, 'cause, whether she or anyone of us would like to admit it or not, she was showing similar traits of witholding information from the public while being ultimately, all-around inneffective in the grand scheme of everything. Levi still has a hard-on for taking vengence on Zeke, which was, while understandable, actually kinda disappointing; his vindictiveness is one of the traits I like much less in him. I really do hope Isayama does what he does best and plays the trope straight, showing it as a significant flaw and shortcoming in Levi's psyche, since a big part of the recent arcs has been the idea of forgetting past infractions and moving forwards (something which Levi sucks in, and yet faces no real consequences and disappointments for).

      The way the group met up with Annie was fun, I liked it well enough. I am kinda disappointed that we didn't get to see them all interact with one another, especially her and Mikasa, but I do understand why, since the chapter would've been a bit overly long by that point, and we've already spent enough chapters setting things up for future events.

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    • I can't believe Mikasa took her scarf back from Louise. Even though she didn't want it anymore, even though Eren told Louise to throw it away, even though Louise was dying and admired Mikasa so much, she just took that scarf back from a dying girl who she knew looked up to her and had been inspired by her.

      That was just too cold...

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    • A pretty rushed chapter. While the Connie and Levi being alive was kind of predictable (although I was right sort of that he would lose his hand, well two of his fingers and a eye). Now I am just waiting for all the remaining Scouts, Titans, and Marleyian/Non-Eldians go, "Scouts Assemble!" Just felt like to put a Avengers reference in there.

      Although I do have a question at the near-end of the chapter, there was a Silhouetted guy up in the tower, which even Armin says someone is watch us, who was that guy? Some say it might be Keith Shadis there which could be likely, or it might be Zeke hiding once again. What do you think?

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    • CaptFredricks wrote:

      Onyankopon must live!

      So that John Boyega may play him Live Action!!!

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    • MilesTheMorales1 wrote: I love Floch unironically as a hateable character, although my heart dropped when I thought the one black guy in AoT was about to be executed under his orders. Then I would have truly hated him.

      I agree with you Floch, to me anyway, is a interesting character as a case study once a loyal scout now swayed under all the Eldia Nationalism. However you hate him now because he was about to kill a black guy? I get it the black guy always dies or gets killed a tiresome trope in fiction, but really? Is it because you are also dark-skinned?

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    • Tdfern14 wrote:

      Although I do have a question at the near-end of the chapter, there was a Silhouetted guy up in the tower, which even Armin says someone is watch us, who was that guy? Some say it might be Keith Shadis there which could be likely, or it might be Zeke hiding once again. What do you think?

      Imagine if it were Eren.

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    • This chapter felt too rushed for me, and many interactions felt unnatural. I think the comic relief didn't have its place here, it ruined scenes that shouldn't have been "funny", the worse being Armin and Annie's meeting. Armin's reaction at the end of 124 when thinking about the possibility of Annie being free teased us an interesting meeting but... We got pie.

      Also, this chapter has pulled out two times the "characters conveniently meeting others for the sake of the scenario". The first one was obviously Armin and Annie reuniting, the other one being Armin conveniently arriving at the exact moment when Connie is trying to feed Falco to his mom. 

      And at the end, that just made me feel like... What was even the point of Connie's sideline these lasts chapters ? His intentions of feeding Falco to his mum totally makes sense from an internal POV, but in the end, from a storytelling POV, what did it ad to the story ? We could have forgotten this, and gotten more time for the rushed parts.

      I don't really mind the "alliance" by itself, but the way it was handled was really rushed and unnatural. And the last panel, with all of them posing, "We're going to save the world", was so weird. However, I feel like it's some red herring, they're probably going to fail, or something like that.

      For the minor details :

      - Pieck Finger ? Mmmm... Ok. At least, I'm French, so I'll probably get another family name for her. Pretty ironic that it's Levi, aka the man who lost two fingers, who gave us her family name.

      - I'd have prefered that Falco crying Colt's death wasn't just in the background.

      - Levi was also in the Path Realm when Eren send the message to all of SoY. It was already 100% sure that he was a SoY, but far too many people still think he isn't.

      - Hansi assumed that Levi wasn't transformed along his comrades because he's an Ackerman. We know that the real reason is because he didn't drink the wine, but this sentence shouldn't have been here because it'll create confusion and make people think that he isn't a SoY.

      - I think Levi healed too quickly, but Isayama pulled the "Ackermans are more resistant", so I guess it makes sense...

      - Now, both Levi and Hanji lack an eye.

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    • Shawn Roberts wrote:

      Also I don't think I'm the only one that thinks this (clears throat) Can somebody anybody I don't care who just kill that bastard Floch already!! never liked that guy since chapter 90.

      Chapter 90? That was during the Return to Shiganshina Arc right?

      I kind of agree with you, I don't know who would kill him, but I can bet that he will definitely get his shit kicked in by Keith Shadis (which I hope happens) as its only right and poetically justified since he got his ass handed to him by Floch and his groupies.

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    • RavenHeartQuest wrote: I can't believe Mikasa took her scarf back from Louise. Even though she didn't want it anymore, even though Eren told Louise to throw it away, even though Louise was dying and admired Mikasa so much, she just took that scarf back from a dying girl who she knew looked up to her and had been inspired by her.

      That was just too cold...

      Yeah Mikasa is a witchy woman. Right now she just doesn't know what to do now, since Eren cut all ties with her.

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    • Tdfern14 wrote:

      Chapter 90? That was during the Return to Shiganshina Arc right?

      I kind of agree with you, I don't know who would kill him, but I can bet that he will definitely get his shit kicked in by Keith Shadis (which I hope happens) as its only right and poetically justified since he got his ass handed to him by Floch and his groupies.

      In chapter 90, Floch gives Jean, Eren and Mikasa the speech "you let your feelings control you, you should have chosen Erwin instead of Armin", all that. That was my favorite Floch moment.

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    • Tdfern14 wrote: A pretty rushed chapter. While the Connie and Levi being alive was kind of predictable (although I was right sort of that he would lose his hand, well two of his fingers and a eye). Now I am just waiting for all the remaining Scouts, Titans, and Marleyian/Non-Eldians go, "Scouts Assemble!" Just felt like to put a Avengers reference in there.

      Although I do have a question at the near-end of the chapter, there was a Silhouetted guy up in the tower, which even Armin says someone is watch us, who was that guy? Some say it might be Keith Shadis there which could be likely, or it might be Zeke hiding once again. What do you think?

      Yeah, that scene has got me interested as well. It made me believe that the figure could be Eren Yeager, despite him transforming into his humungous titan form...or is he.

      I have a stange feeling upon seeing that scene which could be actually Eren looking through the window. If so, it could be that someone else; perhaps Zeke Yeager being controlled somehow is the titan. And Eren Yeager is using him as a decoy to lure the Survey Corp and allies away. Why, I don't know but if true, there will be a lot of questions needing to be asked.

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    • MilesTheMorales1 wrote:

      Tdfern14 wrote:

      Although I do have a question at the near-end of the chapter, there was a Silhouetted guy up in the tower, which even Armin says someone is watch us, who was that guy? Some say it might be Keith Shadis there which could be likely, or it might be Zeke hiding once again. What do you think?

      Imagine if it were Eren.

      Yeah, if it is Eren Yeager, that will bring a lot of questions needed asking. After all, I do believe that Eren will be a survivor. While many believes him going to die, I believe he'll survive and succeeds in saving Paradise against humanity. He will no doubt become a war hero, genuine one other than the fictional Helos version who humanity orchestrated.

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    • This was a very busy chapter, and some things were a little too convenient.

      I agree that Annie ending up at the same table as Armin and Connie was entirely too convenient, and literally the only way Isayama could distract from how convenient that was, was to make a joke about Annie's eating like a pig. I mean, I guess Armin's had four years to sort out how he feels about Annie, but Connie's reaction probably shouldn't have been to focus on her sloppy eating. Even if he's resolved to work with the Warriors and let bygones be bygones, I think a reaction more along the lines of "wtf are you doing here?!" would have been more appropriate.

      Armin and Gabi catching up with Connie was also a bit odd, considering that Connie had a decent head start. Realistically, he would have gone to Ragako slower, only having a single horse carrying two people, but Isayama doesn't know how horses work so I think the only reason that Armin and Gabi caught up in time was for dramatic purposes.

      I feel like this chapter was mostly written to get everyone quickly into their new group (the "everybody on the island who's not a Yeagerist" group) and we'll probably get some gaps filled in later. Like how everyone was apparently able to coordinate overnight without anyone else noticing. I did expect everyone in this group, barring Yelena, to band together eventually, just not that quickly. Because coordination takes time! You gotta find people!

      Also, a day has passed since the battle, so what's up with Eren's big stego-Titan thing? It is just hanging out in Shiganshina while everyone's partying and eating food?

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    • Razzylada wrote: This chapter felt too rushed for me, and many interactions felt unnatural. I think the comic relief didn't have its place here, it ruined scenes that shouldn't have been "funny", the worse being Armin and Annie's meeting. Armin's reaction at the end of 124 when thinking about the possibility of Annie being free teased us an interesting meeting but... We got pie.

      Oh come on; the pie scene was one of the funniest in a long while! Made me nostalgic for oldschool AOT. I personally loved it.

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    • RuneLai wrote:

      Armin and Gabi catching up with Connie was also a bit odd, considering that Connie had a decent head start. Realistically, he would have gone to Ragako slower, only having a single horse carrying two people, but Isayama doesn't know how horses work so I think the only reason that Armin and Gabi caught up in time was for dramatic purposes.

      Wait. Since Connie had to take it slow with one horse carrying two people, doesn't that mean it would actually make sense that Armin and Gabi were able to catch up to him, since they each had their own horse and were thus able to gun it?

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    • Now that I think about it, it's possible that Hange and Levi each missing an eye is a form of symbolism. Specifically, how they've each looked at the whole as if they only had one of their eyes open and were unable to see the entire picture; their perspective was lacking.

      Both Hange and Levi, while not careless, did believe they had more time and options than was actually true, and both were, in their own ways, stuck in the past, stagnating. They didn't adapt adequately enough to the new information of just how big the world was, and just how much it hated them. Even all the development Paradis experienced during the 4 years was mostly due to the effort, knowledge and skills of others, from Zeke to the Volunteers to the Marleyan POWs to the Azumabito's. Eren, for all his extreme actions, was fully aware of exactly how precarious their situation was. 

      If we were to look at it from the perspective of keeping Paradis protected, they were still the same complacent people that audaciously believed they had the ability and right to decide the fate of hundreds of thousands of people, putting their lives on the balance on little more than a gamble. Sure, it worked for them then, but the chessboard was flipped on its head with the new discovery of the outside world, and that same attitude only served to make them ineffective, bringing them closer to the very same people they overthrew. That's exactly what Hange realized this chapter, and their decision to not give up is what ultimately brought them back to the forward-moving path, even if it meant allying with Marley.

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    • Losing eyes may also be a nod to Norse mythology, given that Odin lost his eye in exchange for wisdom.

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    • Marco1995mega wrote:

      RuneLai wrote:

      Armin and Gabi catching up with Connie was also a bit odd, considering that Connie had a decent head start. Realistically, he would have gone to Ragako slower, only having a single horse carrying two people, but Isayama doesn't know how horses work so I think the only reason that Armin and Gabi caught up in time was for dramatic purposes.

      Wait. Since Connie had to take it slow with one horse carrying two people, doesn't that mean it would actually make sense that Armin and Gabi were able to catch up to him, since they each had their own horse and were thus able to gun it?

      It would be realistic, but I'm saying that it was likely unintentional realism since Isayama is terrible at understanding horses. In other words, they catch up with Connie for dramatic purposes, not because it actually makes sense (since most readers don't think about Connie's horse having to work harder either).

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    • Tdfern14 wrote:

      RavenHeartQuest wrote: I can't believe Mikasa took her scarf back from Louise. Even though she didn't want it anymore, even though Eren told Louise to throw it away, even though Louise was dying and admired Mikasa so much, she just took that scarf back from a dying girl who she knew looked up to her and had been inspired by her.

      That was just too cold...

      Yeah Mikasa is a witchy woman. Right now she just doesn't know what to do now, since Eren cut all ties with her.

      I think the reason Mikasa wanted the scarf back was because it was her only link to Eren. As much as she hated him for reviling her in wanting to keep him safe, he was still the only family member she has left. When Mikasa realized that Armin was right about Eren not being in the right frame of mind, she realizes they must stop him. The only way they can now is to get Annie and Reiner to help them out.

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    • LadyNeko wrote:

      Tdfern14 wrote:

      RavenHeartQuest wrote: I can't believe Mikasa took her scarf back from Louise. Even though she didn't want it anymore, even though Eren told Louise to throw it away, even though Louise was dying and admired Mikasa so much, she just took that scarf back from a dying girl who she knew looked up to her and had been inspired by her.

      That was just too cold...

      Yeah Mikasa is a witchy woman. Right now she just doesn't know what to do now, since Eren cut all ties with her.

      I think the reason Mikasa wanted the scarf back was because it was her only link to Eren. As much as she hated him for reviling her in wanting to keep him safe, he was still the only family member she has left. When Mikasa realized that Armin was right about Eren not being in the right frame of mind, she realizes they must stop him. The only way they can now is to get Annie and Reiner to help them out.

      That's not necessarily true, since she still has her Asian relative Kiyomi Azumabito (and the Azumabito family in general since they are relatives too) who had expressed a desire to protect her.

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    • Pros:

      - Levi and Hange surviving

      - Connie and Falco moments, even if some of them were cut short

      - Floch going full dictator

      - Jean NOT going full dictator

      - Tease for some shadowy dude watching Armin and co. trying to stop the Rumbling.

      -Yelena not dying

      Cons:

      -Gabi not dying either

      -Connie abruptly giving up on saving his mom just from one futile gesture from Armin. Again.

      -Annie and Reiner just being welcomed into the group of saving the world despite everything they had done. Avengers-style team-up to stop the Rumbling is a big fat NOPE. As if they even could stop the Rumbling (not that they should).

      -Hange displaying a desire to ally herself with Marley.

      -Fandom shitting on Levi for still wanting revenge on Zeke

      Neutral:

      -The pie scene. In earlier arcs it would have been funny, but here, not only is it out of place but it centers around Annie. And since I still hate Annie I can't really see the humor in it.

      -Hitch. Sweet that Annie is fond of her, but again, it's Annie.

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    • Penguinluver1431 wrote:
      Pros:

      - Levi and Hange surviving

      - Connie and Falco moments, even if some of them were cut short

      - Floch going full dictator

      - Jean NOT going full dictator

      - Tease for some shadowy dude watching Armin and co. trying to stop the Rumbling.

      -Yelena not dying

      Cons:

      -Gabi not dying either

      -Connie abruptly giving up on saving his mom just from one futile gesture from Armin. Again.

      -Annie and Reiner just being welcomed into the group of saving the world despite everything they had done. Avengers-style team-up to stop the Rumbling is a big fat NOPE. As if they even could stop the Rumbling (not that they should).

      -Hange displaying a desire to ally herself with Marley.

      -Fandom shitting on Levi for still wanting revenge on Zeke

      Neutral:

      -The pie scene. In earlier arcs it would have been funny, but here, not only is it out of place but it centers around Annie. And since I still hate Annie I can't really see the humor in it.

      -Hitch. Sweet that Annie is fond of her, but again, it's Annie.

      Oh my god... That's true!!!! 

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    • Marco1995mega wrote: Now that I think about it, it's possible that Hange and Levi each missing an eye is a form of symbolism. Specifically, how they've each looked at the whole as if they only had one of their eyes open and were unable to see the entire picture; their perspective was lacking.

      Both Hange and Levi, while not careless, did believe they had more time and options than was actually true, and both were, in their own ways, stuck in the past, stagnating. They didn't adapt adequately enough to the new information of just how big the world was, and just how much it hated them. Even all the development Paradis experienced during the 4 years was mostly due to the effort, knowledge and skills of others, from Zeke to the Volunteers to the Marleyan POWs to the Azumabito's. Eren, for all his extreme actions, was fully aware of exactly how precarious their situation was. 

      If we were to look at it from the perspective of keeping Paradis protected, they were still the same complacent people that audaciously believed they had the ability and right to decide the fate of hundreds of thousands of people, putting their lives on the balance on little more than a gamble. Sure, it worked for them then, but the chessboard was flipped on its head with the new discovery of the outside world, and that same attitude only served to make them ineffective, bringing them closer to the very same people they overthrew. That's exactly what Hange realized this chapter, and their decision to not give up is what ultimately brought them back to the forward-moving path, even if it meant allying with Marley.

      That interestingly true and good analysis. You are right, both of them despite being the more sensible and logical, focus too much on the past and didn't see the bigger picture, with Levi too obsessive on avenging Erwin and Hange like Armin trying to make peace with the people trying to eliminate them.

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    • @Penguinluver1431

      C'mon don't you like The Avengers?

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    • Marco1995mega wrote:
      Now that I think about it, it's possible that Hange and Levi each missing an eye is a form of symbolism. Specifically, how they've each looked at the whole as if they only had one of their eyes open and were unable to see the entire picture; their perspective was lacking.

      Both Hange and Levi, while not careless, did believe they had more time and options than was actually true, and both were, in their own ways, stuck in the past, stagnating. They didn't adapt adequately enough to the new information of just how big the world was, and just how much it hated them. Even all the development Paradis experienced during the 4 years was mostly due to the effort, knowledge and skills of others, from Zeke to the Volunteers to the Marleyan POWs to the Azumabito's. Eren, for all his extreme actions, was fully aware of exactly how precarious their situation was. 

      If we were to look at it from the perspective of keeping Paradis protected, they were still the same complacent people that audaciously believed they had the ability and right to decide the fate of hundreds of thousands of people, putting their lives on the balance on little more than a gamble. Sure, it worked for them then, but the chessboard was flipped on its head with the new discovery of the outside world, and that same attitude only served to make them ineffective, bringing them closer to the very same people they overthrew. That's exactly what Hange realized this chapter, and their decision to not give up is what ultimately brought them back to the forward-moving path, even if it meant allying with Marley.

      You're right, but... I have no words. Thanks you.

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    • The Annie scenes seemed mishandled to me. They wasted two pages to joke about her being a messy eater, when that should have been quite a tense confrontation at least initially.

      It also seems absurd that we the readers don't know the situation of the massive titan yet. Surely all the characters have seen it, but we the readers don't even know where it is. Is it still in the city? Did it move away with the wall titans? What does it look like?

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    • TKGriffiths wrote:
      The Annie scenes seemed mishandled to me. They wasted two pages to joke about her being a messy eater, when that should have been quite a tense confrontation at least initially.

      It also seems absurd that we the readers don't know the situation of the massive titan yet. Surely all the characters have seen it, but we the readers don't even know where it is. Is it still in the city? Did it move away with the wall titans? What does it look like?

      Annie... is alive...

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    • TKGriffiths wrote:

      It also seems absurd that we the readers don't know the situation of the massive titan yet. Surely all the characters have seen it, but we the readers don't even know where it is. Is it still in the city? Did it move away with the wall titans? What does it look like?

      In chapter 124 they showed that is was moving away (which was very surprizing, as it doesn't have any muscle, it was just a big skeletton, now that a few days have passed, it may have ended to generate). In chapters 125 and 126, the Founding Titan is nowhere to be seen, which mean it has indeed left the city.

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    • Tdfern14 wrote: @Penguinluver1431

      C'mon don't you like The Avengers?

      Of course I do, I just recognize the Avengers would never let mass murderers beyond redemption into their ranks. And no, Loki doesn't count because he's not an actual Avenger, all of his shining moments of redemption happened between him and Thor withOUT excusing the damage he had previously done.

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    • Razzylada wrote:
      TKGriffiths wrote:

      It also seems absurd that we the readers don't know the situation of the massive titan yet. Surely all the characters have seen it, but we the readers don't even know where it is. Is it still in the city? Did it move away with the wall titans? What does it look like?

      In chapter 124 they showed that is was moving away (which was very surprizing, as it doesn't have any muscle, it was just a big skeletton, now that a few days have passed, it may have ended to generate). In chapters 125 and 126, the Founding Titan is nowhere to be seen, which mean it has indeed left the city.

      Okay so... This chapter was a Marley arc, but it will have a Volume 32, but soon. The cover of Volume 31 is coming soon. Volume 32 is last volume of this manga. The new chapter is coming in March 9th. After that, the anime is coming in fall 2020 on Japanese TV, but Adult Swim's Toonami is coming at next year... I'm sorry... I cry for now...

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    •  Tdfern14 wrote:

      MilesTheMorales1 wrote: I love Floch unironically as a hateable character, although my heart dropped when I thought the one black guy in AoT was about to be executed under his orders. Then I would have truly hated him.

      I agree with you Floch, to me anyway, is a interesting character as a case study once a loyal scout now swayed under all the Eldia Nationalism.

      However you hate him now because he was about to kill a black guy? I get it the black guy always dies or gets killed a tiresome trope in fiction, but really? Is it because you are also dark-skinned?

      I'm also black, which makes him an even more relatable character for me since he seems to be the only one in the series who is a believer in God. I just want his character to stick around for a while.

      Also, I just said I don't hate Floch. He's obviously not a racist, and I'm glad he didn't end up killing Onyak, I just wouldn't have liked it if Isayama had him killed, as it seems he has more potential for character growth. Perhaps I shouldn't have said I would have hated him, more like I would enjoy him as a character less.

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    • Razzylada wrote:

      In chapter 124 they showed that is was moving away (which was very surprizing, as it doesn't have any muscle, it was just a big skeletton, now that a few days have passed, it may have ended to generate). In chapters 125 and 126, the Founding Titan is nowhere to be seen, which mean it has indeed left the city.

      I thought that was just looking at it from a different perspective, I'm not convinced it's moved any further away in 124 than it was in 123 though it does seem like it.

      Not sure how something of that size with that structure is supposed to move anyway let alone without any muscles.

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    • TKGriffiths wrote:

      I thought that was just looking at it from a different perspective, I'm not convinced it's moved any further away in 124 than it was in 123 though it does seem like it.

      Not sure how something of that size with that structure is supposed to move anyway let alone without any muscles.

      Maybe the Wall Titans are wearing him x) ? Or maybe he has completely generated feet and hands that would allow him to move further without moving the limbs (only the fingers moving) x) ?

      More seriously, yes I know that it seems weird that he seems to have moved even if it's just a skeletton.

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    • Razzylada wrote:
      TKGriffiths wrote:

      I thought that was just looking at it from a different perspective, I'm not convinced it's moved any further away in 124 than it was in 123 though it does seem like it.

      Not sure how something of that size with that structure is supposed to move anyway let alone without any muscles.

      Maybe the Wall Titans are wearing him x) ? Or maybe he has completely generated feet and hands that would allow him to move further without moving the limbs (only the fingers moving) x) ?

      More seriously, yes I know that it seems weird that he seems to have moved even if it's just a skeletton.

      What if the new Titan form can levitate?

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    • Tdfern14 wrote:
      A pretty rushed chapter. While the Connie and Levi being alive was kind of predictable (although I was right sort of that he would lose his hand, well two of his fingers and a eye). Now I am just waiting for all the remaining Scouts, Titans, and Marleyian/Non-Eldians go, "Scouts Assemble!" Just felt like to put a Avengers reference in there.

      Although I do have a question at the near-end of the chapter, there was a Silhouetted guy up in the tower, which even Armin says someone is watch us, who was that guy? Some say it might be Keith Shadis there which could be likely, or it might be Zeke hiding once again. What do you think?

      It would be funny if it was erwin T T

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    • AziemaHajime wrote:

      Tdfern14 wrote:
      A pretty rushed chapter. While the Connie and Levi being alive was kind of predictable (although I was right sort of that he would lose his hand, well two of his fingers and a eye). Now I am just waiting for all the remaining Scouts, Titans, and Marleyian/Non-Eldians go, "Scouts Assemble!" Just felt like to put a Avengers reference in there.

      Although I do have a question at the near-end of the chapter, there was a Silhouetted guy up in the tower, which even Armin says someone is watch us, who was that guy? Some say it might be Keith Shadis there which could be likely, or it might be Zeke hiding once again. What do you think?

      It would be funny if it was erwin T T

      Maybe but I doubt it. Not to mention that ruin the impact of his death and the sacrifices.

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