Shingeki No Kyojin: This titan changes all the history we knew until now

Now it doesn’t look so impossible that Eren can fly

This article will contain spoilers for Shingeki no Kyojin Season 4 Chapter 27. (Attack on titans), if you prefer to see it on your own, we recommend watching it through Crunchyroll. The whole discussion about the new limits of the franchise titans has taken a turn thanks to Falco Grice’s Jaw his Titan form has become one of the best designed Titans in the series (contrary to his original manga version).

As for the chapter of Shingeki no Kyojin (Attack on the Titans), we see how things went from bad to worse in the battle in the port while Reiner and Annie’s Titans fought to defend themselves from the bombardment of the Jaegerist groups. Despite the risks, Falco sprang into action and transformed for the first time into the Jaw Titan, completely turning the tide of battle, despite losing control of this new flying beast.

Now, as we know, Ymir is the one who builds the bodies of the changing titans in The Invisible Paths that unite all the Eldian people. Therefore, the question remains “why is Falco’s titan the only one that has the ability to fly?” The new Jaw Titan has a clearly bird-inspired look; his appearance in Shingeki no Kyojin (Attack on Titan) occurred while he was lying on his back, looking at a bird and deliriously muttering about a dream in which he had been flying. That Falco has acquired a bird-like Titan, just as the group is struggling with the preparation time for Azumabito’s flying boatfeels like a heavy dose of foreshadowing.

In a nostalgic turn of events, Falco completely lost control of his Jaw Titan the moment he transformed. Pieck Finger warned him that the first transformation never goes well, as the Scouts of the group well know from Eren’s first transformations into the Attack Titan in which he went berserk. Bertholdt Hoover is the only Titan Shifter in the series noted to have controlled the Titan from him during the first transformation. Fortunately, the Jaegerists vastly outnumbered the Scouts and Marleyans trying to stop Eren, so they took the brunt of Falco’s rampage.

This makes a bit of sense, when we see how the Jaw Titan has adapted in different ways to its users. When Porco Galliard used it in Shingeki no Kyojin (Attack on Titan) it was more like the designs we’ve gotten used to. Great strength and agility were what defined Porco’s titan, who spent most of his screen time lanced with the Paradis Island Army’s spears or beaten nearly to death by Eren Jaeger’s titan.. Despite his lack of relevance, perhaps now with an inexperienced Falco he could be the wrecking machine the team needed.

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The flying titan from Shingeki no Kyojin (Attack on Titan)

However, its power is still too great for the little warrior, Falco’s Titan nearly overpowered Pieck’s Carrier Titan, fortunately the crisis was quickly averted when Theo Magath took the opportunity to cut the Jaw Titan’s neck off. For now, the group hopes to stop Eren from possessing five of the Nine Titans, and each of them had to be helped or brought to the ship in varying degrees of unconsciousness after the confrontation with the Jaegers. Falco inherited the titan from him at the worst possible time and with the least combat experience.

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Falco is currently taking a well-deserved break after saving the day with his Jaw Titan in Shingeki no Kyojin (Attack on Titan), and hopefully he’ll have better control over him the next time he needs it. After all, stopping Eren from crushing the Earth with Rumbling is very likely to result in another battle or two. Only next time, Falco may not have the luxury of a large number of enemies to make up for his lack of control. There’s only one episode left in the show’s final season, but the story is clearly nowhere near its end, so we may be able to see more of its progress soon..

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