The attack of the Titans Now explore the immediate spinoff of Eren Yeager activating the Rumbling with the series’ latest episode! The anime’s fourth and final season is now ramping up its final episodes as Eren activated the Founding Titan’s power and sent the Titans into the walls to destroy the rest of the world. The recent series of episodes showed how Mikasa and the others are reacting and trying to cope with all the chaos now breaking out around them, but they’re not the only ones feeling the pressure.
While Eren initially activated Rumbling for the explicit purpose of destroying the rest of the world outside of Paradise Island, it seems many of those same Eldians are caught up in the chaos. When the walls came down around the city it resulted in a number of deaths and injuries which are only the first sign of many more deaths and genocides to come. This really starts to cement the weight of what Eren activating the Rumbling actually means for the series grand finale.
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Episode 82 of The attack of the Titans changes the perspective a bit and focuses on some of the other members of the Scout Regiment, and with that, fans get a better look at how those inside the walls react to Rumbling. While there are those who support what Eren has done because it means Eldia’s enemies in the rest of the world will be wiped out, there are just as many who are against it because of all the violence and the death inflicted that the Rumbling has already caused. for them.
Because while they weren’t in danger from the Rumbling themselves, the episode points out that the rubble from the walls themselves (as well as the previous mass of Titans attacking before) resulted in the deaths of those who ‘Eren pretended to save. He may have good intentions deep down, but if it wasn’t clear before, violence on such a scale can only lead to the destruction of those who inflict it.
But what do you think? What do you think of Rumbling so far? What do you hope to see before Attack on Titan ends completely? Let us know all your thoughts on this in the comments! You can even contact me directly about all things anime and other cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!