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May 27, 5:00 PM
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RIP Armin and Erwin, you will always be remembered as a hero, those two people are really MVPs in this episode, damn Levi failed to finish the Titan beast and now he is running away, eren scenes and mikasa defeated the colossal Titan and armor so EPIC, curious about the continuation of the series this, who are the warriors ?, what is in the basement? Who are the devils ?, and what is outside the wall ?, and please I don't need spoilers, this series is too extraordinary and dramatic for the shounen anime category
 
May 27, 5:08 PM

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Easily the best episode of Attack on Titan. One of the rare instances where an episode is better than the manga chapter.
 
May 27, 5:21 PM

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this episode fucking awesome, RIP Erwin & Armin
 
May 27, 6:02 PM

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Just think how much better this all would have gone if they just finished off Reiner and Beastie Boy when they had the chance. But then I guess it wouldn't be dramatic :p And I'm sure it's still entirely possible they could fuck it up bad enough that all 3 titan shifters fucking escape. Is it bad that I felt nothing while Armin was cooking alive?
 
May 27, 6:11 PM

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RIP Armin :(

But God damn it, my potato wife better be ok.
 
May 27, 6:18 PM

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Top 10 best anime episodes I've ever seen. They absolutely nailed it, incredible.
 
May 27, 6:32 PM

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didnt expect that armin would die like that, it was an amazing episode. 10/10

Also Levi is just in another level
 
May 27, 7:09 PM

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This episode was amazing - no lies or overexaggerating, which will surely have those on the hate train gnashing their teeth. The directing was impeccable, yet again and everything was on cue, everything was grandiose and there were so many god tier level of individual moments of brilliance - Levi vs the Beast Titan, Mikasa and co vs Reiner, Armin and Eren vs Bertholdt, Hange appearing, and Armin's plan (sacrificing himself), etc. Just epic!

5/5
 
May 27, 7:22 PM

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HOLYYYY FCKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK!!!!


This was a perfect episode , Im speechless
I have a feeling

It's either him or

Also, the animation this episode was fkn S tier quality. Hella impressed. The battle between Levi and Beast Titan as well as the ODM gear sequences were the best I've seen so far
 
May 27, 7:25 PM

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Bless Armin and his crispy soul
 
May 27, 7:27 PM
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10/10 just like last weeks episode, i love this one, the battle scenes are great, story is great and emotions are there...

i just cant believe that Armin did that plan just for them to succeed... he did sacrifice himself just for them to win it..

and beast titan vs Captain Levi is great... that beast titan amidst having a large body is no match for levi...

yeah..
 
May 27, 8:11 PM
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In comparison to the episode before this one where humans were cornered, this turn of events is incredible and unpredictable, the fight between beast titan vs Levi is treatment for eyes.
 
May 27, 8:55 PM
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Hands down one of the TOP anime episodes of all time. They seriously nailed everything, direction, animation, fight scenes... WOW!!!
 
May 27, 10:07 PM
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Awesome!!!! Levi humiliating Beast Titan! So glad Hange-san is alive, also press F for respect... RIP Erwin and Armin ๐Ÿ˜ž
 
May 27, 10:09 PM

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What a masterplan by Armin, with a mighty price however... RIP
 
May 27, 10:58 PM

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Good episode. Decent animation, and guys Armin is safe, just its not impactful as some fans make out to be. But its still hype and i hope the basement reveal is not cliche.


 
May 27, 11:12 PM
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Holy hell. I don't even have any words for this episode. This whole season is just mindblowing.
 
May 27, 11:32 PM

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Okay first of all, I did not like how the beast titan escaped. Levi should've known better and immediately killed him. Second though... holy crap, is Armin really dead? I thought maybe they would transform him and let him eat Bertolt or something, but he looks damn dead to me lying there completely wasted. I sure hope that they won't let Reiner and Bertolt escape as well just because they wait too long until they can transform again or let the beast titan save them, it's time for them to finally die, especially after killing Armin.

Didja miss the part where Levi explicitly states he can't kill the Beast Titan because they wanted to use the serum on a soldier to make them a mindless titan so they can eat the BT and gain his power?

No, but that plan did not make any sense because he didn't even know if anyone survived. So he could've waited forever there.
 
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Good episode. Decent animation, and guys Armin is safe, just its not impactful as some fans make out to be. But its still hype and i hope the basement reveal is not cliche.


What would be cliche for . It really depends if people have payed attentionn and who has spotted the hints
 
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I think it's safe to say that this episode is a the greatest AoT episode!
It's going down in history for sure!

This season is legendary, I hope it will end up in top 5
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Top tier episode produced a sushi and a barbecue. RIP to the all the soldiers who fought till death.
 
May 28, 2:54 AM
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Noone else disappointed by Levi hesitating yet again at an absolutely crucial moment so that they had an excuse to ruin the whole operation? Yawwwwwwwwwwn.


Exactly. I mean Levi has one job, to kill titans. He failed to kill Annie in season 1, but he was injured and had to retreat, I get that.

But now, first he failed to kill Reiner. Ok, everyone makes mistakes. Then he promises to kill Zeke no matter what, and has his sword in Zeke’s mouth, but gets arrogant and fails yet again, and fans go insane because ”wow cool Levi slay animation”.

Like come on, Erwin, Marlowe and hundreds of nameless soldiers died to give Levi a chance to do his job and end the battle, but he completely fucks up. Again. For the third time.

And I think it’s kind of cool to make Levi fail, so this battle leaves a bad taste in the mouth because Zeke manages to escape, I have nothing against that. Failing makes the story more believable.

But I don’t get why people hyped up this specific moment when Armin and Erwin died for humanity to have a chance, yet Levi’s ”big moment” is just a failure
 
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Noone else disappointed by Levi hesitating yet again at an absolutely crucial moment so that they had an excuse to ruin the whole operation? Yawwwwwwwwwwn.


Exactly. I mean Levi has one job, to kill titans. He failed to kill Annie in season 1, but he was injured and had to retreat, I get that.

But now, first he failed to kill Reiner. Ok, everyone makes mistakes. Then he promises to kill Zeke no matter what, and has his sword in Zeke’s mouth, but gets arrogant and fails yet again, and fans go insane because ”wow cool Levi slay animation”.

Like come on, Erwin, Marlowe and hundreds of nameless soldiers died to give Levi a chance to do his job and end the battle, but he completely fucks up. Again. For the third time.

And I think it’s kind of cool to make Levi fail, so this battle leaves a bad taste in the mouth because Zeke manages to escape, I have nothing against that. Failing makes the story more believable.

But I don’t get why people hyped up this specific moment when Armin and Erwin died for humanity to have a chance, yet Levi’s ”big moment” is just a failure

Failing does make the story believable but i think he has no intention of killing annie in s1 since they only planned to capture her which also failed. it was eren who failed to kill annie in s1. The latest episode's happenings were sure cool but the results are undeniably sad.
 
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Exactly. I mean Levi has one job, to kill titans. He failed to kill Annie in season 1, but he was injured and had to retreat, I get that.

But now, first he failed to kill Reiner. Ok, everyone makes mistakes. Then he promises to kill Zeke no matter what, and has his sword in Zeke’s mouth, but gets arrogant and fails yet again, and fans go insane because ”wow cool Levi slay animation”.

Like come on, Erwin, Marlowe and hundreds of nameless soldiers died to give Levi a chance to do his job and end the battle, but he completely fucks up. Again. For the third time.

And I think it’s kind of cool to make Levi fail, so this battle leaves a bad taste in the mouth because Zeke manages to escape, I have nothing against that. Failing makes the story more believable.

But I don’t get why people hyped up this specific moment when Armin and Erwin died for humanity to have a chance, yet Levi’s ”big moment” is just a failure

Failing does make the story believable but i think he has no intention of killing annie in s1 since they only planned to capture her which also failed. it was eren who failed to kill annie in s1. The latest episode's happenings were sure cool but the results are undeniably sad.


That’s true. But I expected much more from the ”humanity’s strongest”, and he just disobeyed Erwin’s orders and pretty much screwed up the whole plan
 
May 28, 4:03 AM
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Armin, you're sacrifice will be remembered.
 
May 28, 4:03 AM

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Holy fuck what an episode
Despair time next week


Could you just stop spoilering you fucking asshole?
lmao cunt what the fuck were you spoiled about, i literally said what was said in the preview for next episode fuck off lol
 
May 28, 4:21 AM
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I watched it today in 1080p and my entire schedule is messed up now. I can't think of anything else. WHAT AN EPISODE!!!

Also, anyone else think that the track playing when Armin gets scorched is MAJESTIC as fuck?? I did! Now I can't wait for the official release of Season 3's OST Album. Sawano is a god.
 
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Supersonic_speed said:
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Failing does make the story believable but i think he has no intention of killing annie in s1 since they only planned to capture her which also failed. it was eren who failed to kill annie in s1. The latest episode's happenings were sure cool but the results are undeniably sad.


That’s true. But I expected much more from the ”humanity’s strongest”, and he just disobeyed Erwin’s orders and pretty much screwed up the whole plan

Oh yes he really did disobey erwin's order because he has his own plan and probably forgot about the cart titan. But lets just give it to eren this time, that was the longest duration he was in his titan form (i think), he managed to seal those two holes after all, and actually put the colossal titan down with his blades. oh, and armin, the episode's hero. :)
 
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Guys, only 38 members for this season... Still bet most of people don't look this season until the end.

So wait for this, i bet a 9.20.
 
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Gator said:
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Didja miss the part where Levi explicitly states he can't kill the Beast Titan because they wanted to use the serum on a soldier to make them a mindless titan so they can eat the BT and gain his power?

No, but that plan did not make any sense because he didn't even know if anyone survived. So he could've waited forever there.


Supersonic_speed said:
Ayann said:

Failing does make the story believable but i think he has no intention of killing annie in s1 since they only planned to capture her which also failed. it was eren who failed to kill annie in s1. The latest episode's happenings were sure cool but the results are undeniably sad.


That’s true. But I expected much more from the ”humanity’s strongest”, and he just disobeyed Erwin’s orders and pretty much screwed up the whole plan


Erwin's plan was an initiative coming from Levi himself in a moment when Erwin was at lost for any chances of success, there's no "disobeying" from his part, and the reason for him not to kill the Titan was to in any shape or form to give any survivor of the suicidal plan for his success a second chance to fight back with the enemies essentially powered own weapons in behalf of their falling comrades.

And this fact particularly is haunting Levi and Erwin more than anyone since their very first appeareance, as they are the men in command of so many lives lost to the war against the titans.

You may even say it wasn't the best call for him to miss the opportunity of immediately killing him, but his character progression clearly would lead him to take such an action if the outcome was pre-established by the characters themselves to be an unavoidable slaughter.

Also, more than the others, importance (leadership) and friendship-wise he subconsciously wanted to give Erwin a survival chance in case he was still alive (besides saying any brave sacrificed soldier still alive would deservingly do), there's no way in hell Levi would mindlessly kill the ape titan after such a plan.

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It was a failure because they were in disavantage from the start, and in a blink of a moment, while seeing the sea of corpses who were under his command, searching for someone still alive to use the serum on them and THEN kill Zeke by feeding him to the soldier, he barely could escape a surprise attack from the other titan.

It's a perfectly coherent and well structured failure in an overview, as much unfortunate as it may be. What else you really expected from Levi there? He literally did everything he should have done according to his own initiative and reasoning, he just really got unlucky and overwhelmed by the enemies.

The poor guy really needs a break from being quite unfortunately in the middle of his men's causes of death if anything, he suffered enough even doing all he could do lol
 
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No, but that plan did not make any sense because he didn't even know if anyone survived. So he could've waited forever there.


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That’s true. But I expected much more from the ”humanity’s strongest”, and he just disobeyed Erwin’s orders and pretty much screwed up the whole plan


Erwin's plan was an initiative coming from Levi himself in a moment when Erwin was at lost for any chances of success, there's no "disobeying" from his part, and the reason for him not to kill the Titan was to in any shape or form to give any survivor of the suicidal plan for his success a second chance to fight back with the enemies essentially powered own weapons in behalf of their falling comrades.

And this fact particularly is haunting Levi and Erwin more than anyone since their very first appeareance, as they are the men in command of so many lives lost to the war against the titans.

You may even say it wasn't the best call for him to miss the opportunity of immediately killing him, but his character progression clearly would lead him to take such an action if the outcome was pre-established by the characters themselves to be an unavoidable slaughter.

Also, more than the others, importance (leadership) and friendship-wise he subconsciously wanted to give Erwin a survival chance in case he was still alive (besides saying any brave sacrificed soldier still alive would deservingly do), there's no way in hell Levi would mindlessly kill the ape titan after such a plan.

TL;DR
It was a failure because they were in disavantage from the start, and in a blink of a moment, while seeing the sea of corpses who were under his command, searching for someone still alive to use the serum on them and THEN kill Zeke by feeding him to the soldier, he barely could escape a surprise attack from the other titan.

It's a perfectly coherent and well structured failure in an overview, as much unfortunate as it may be. What else you really expected from Levi there? He literally did everything he should have done according to his own initiative and reasoning, he just really got unlucky and overwhelmed by the enemies.

The poor guy really needs a break from being quite unfortunately in the middle of his men's causes of death if anything, he suffered enough even doing all he could do lol


Stalling the death of Zeke when there’s still titans around because he had a hunch someone, specifically Erwin, survived the bombardment, so that he could go through the long and tricky process to turn him into a titan in the middle of a battlefield? The idea from the beginning was a stupid idea, he had a chance to eliminate humanity’s biggest threat but decided to go against the plan of a higher military grade.

Levi made his choice, and it was a stupid one. He missed the golden opportunity, kind of like Star-Lord against Thanos in Infinity War.
 
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Really nice episode

However I'm still kinda sad I can't keep up with the hype, maybe it's because I've already read the manga so I knew what was going to happen, but for me this episode is far from being the best one I've ever seen, and this S3 Part 2 quality is the same as the previous seasons (a pretty good one, but not the best)

Although the animation was pretty good but I'm still bugged by the massive use of CGI for the Colossal Titan, some moments in the past episodes felt really off topic because of the use of CGI
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Erwin's plan was an initiative coming from Levi himself in a moment when Erwin was at lost for any chances of success, there's no "disobeying" from his part, and the reason for him not to kill the Titan was to in any shape or form to give any survivor of the suicidal plan for his success a second chance to fight back with the enemies essentially powered own weapons in behalf of their falling comrades.

And this fact particularly is haunting Levi and Erwin more than anyone since their very first appeareance, as they are the men in command of so many lives lost to the war against the titans.

You may even say it wasn't the best call for him to miss the opportunity of immediately killing him, but his character progression clearly would lead him to take such an action if the outcome was pre-established by the characters themselves to be an unavoidable slaughter.

Also, more than the others, importance (leadership) and friendship-wise he subconsciously wanted to give Erwin a survival chance in case he was still alive (besides saying any brave sacrificed soldier still alive would deservingly do), there's no way in hell Levi would mindlessly kill the ape titan after such a plan.

TL;DR
It was a failure because they were in disavantage from the start, and in a blink of a moment, while seeing the sea of corpses who were under his command, searching for someone still alive to use the serum on them and THEN kill Zeke by feeding him to the soldier, he barely could escape a surprise attack from the other titan.

It's a perfectly coherent and well structured failure in an overview, as much unfortunate as it may be. What else you really expected from Levi there? He literally did everything he should have done according to his own initiative and reasoning, he just really got unlucky and overwhelmed by the enemies.

The poor guy really needs a break from being quite unfortunately in the middle of his men's causes of death if anything, he suffered enough even doing all he could do lol


Stalling the death of Zeke when there’s still titans around because he had a hunch someone, specifically Erwin, survived the bombardment, so that he could go through the long and tricky process to turn him into a titan in the middle of a battlefield? The idea from the beginning was a stupid idea, he had a chance to eliminate humanity’s biggest threat but decided to go against the plan of a higher military grade.

Levi made his choice, and it was a stupid one. He missed the golden opportunity, kind of like Star-Lord against Thanos in Infinity War.


Against what plan? That was his plan and his initiative from the get go. Following his monologue and small talk with Zeke, it was clear that his intentions were to feed him to any surviving soldiers from the massacre to make up for their losses while also saving at least anyone, literally anyone he sacrificed for said plan of his. Particularly if this someone is a possibly surviving Erwin.

That was the plan. His intention was never to immediately kill the beast titan, golden opportunity that being or not. And it all happened in a matter of literally seconds, he couldn't really tell if the carrying titan had enough intelligence to go out of its way to save Zeke anyway.
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Stalling the death of Zeke when there’s still titans around because he had a hunch someone, specifically Erwin, survived the bombardment, so that he could go through the long and tricky process to turn him into a titan in the middle of a battlefield? The idea from the beginning was a stupid idea, he had a chance to eliminate humanity’s biggest threat but decided to go against the plan of a higher military grade.

Levi made his choice, and it was a stupid one. He missed the golden opportunity, kind of like Star-Lord against Thanos in Infinity War.


Against what plan? That was his plan and his initiative from the get go. Following his monologue and small talk with Zeke, it was clear that his intentions were to feed him to any surviving soldiers from the massacre to make up for their losses while also saving at least anyone, literally anyone he sacrificed for said plan of his. Particularly if this someone is a possibly surviving Erwin.

That was the plan. His intention was never to immediately kill the beast titan, golden opportunity that being or not. And it all happened in a matter of literally seconds, he couldn't really tell if the carrying titan had enough intelligence to go out of its way to save Zeke anyway.


Erwin’s plan! He clearly said in the last episode that they use the soldiers as decoys, so Levi can finish off Zeke. It is safe to say that Levi failed to obey the order, thus failing to fulfill his task
 
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Against what plan? That was his plan and his initiative from the get go. Following his monologue and small talk with Zeke, it was clear that his intentions were to feed him to any surviving soldiers from the massacre to make up for their losses while also saving at least anyone, literally anyone he sacrificed for said plan of his. Particularly if this someone is a possibly surviving Erwin.

That was the plan. His intention was never to immediately kill the beast titan, golden opportunity that being or not. And it all happened in a matter of literally seconds, he couldn't really tell if the carrying titan had enough intelligence to go out of its way to save Zeke anyway.


Erwin’s plan! He clearly said in the last episode that they use the soldiers as decoys, so Levi can finish off Zeke. It is safe to say that Levi failed to obey the order, thus failing to fulfill his task


It wasn't an order, it was a decision that Levi made.
 
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*FOR THE MANGA READERS*


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Against what plan? That was his plan and his initiative from the get go. Following his monologue and small talk with Zeke, it was clear that his intentions were to feed him to any surviving soldiers from the massacre to make up for their losses while also saving at least anyone, literally anyone he sacrificed for said plan of his. Particularly if this someone is a possibly surviving Erwin.

That was the plan. His intention was never to immediately kill the beast titan, golden opportunity that being or not. And it all happened in a matter of literally seconds, he couldn't really tell if the carrying titan had enough intelligence to go out of its way to save Zeke anyway.


Erwin’s plan! He clearly said in the last episode that they use the soldiers as decoys, so Levi can finish off Zeke. It is safe to say that Levi failed to obey the order, thus failing to fulfill his task


The plan was "Erwin's" but not really, Levi explicitly stated to "make the choice for him", assumed command and responsibility of the whole operation in his behalf (as Erwin was comprehensively disheartened) and concluded for them to die as a distraction while he would take down the beast titan on his on.

He never mentioned the method until his encounter with Zeke face to face in this episode, but that should show that it was obviously his intention after he decided to go through with it for Erwin.
 
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*FOR THE MANGA READERS* so i once toggled upon the chapter in AOT where the basement secret is revealed, *spoilers, dont read ahead if you're not a manga reader* i just know that eren's father is from a place where people live in a more developed conditions. Is there more to the reveal or am i completely spoiled?? and please dont spoil me any further or anything if i'm not lol

I am not a manga reader but somehow i know some facts that are yet to be revealed. Of course, there's more to this show. There is this bigger picture to see. Shingeki no kyojin is a masterpiece that even you got spoiled still there's more to think about, more mysteries, more secrets. So i must say you are not completely spoiled so enjoy the rest of snk :)
 
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Didja miss the part where Levi explicitly states he can't kill the Beast Titan because they wanted to use the serum on a soldier to make them a mindless titan so they can eat the BT and gain his power?

No, but that plan did not make any sense because he didn't even know if anyone survived. So he could've waited forever there.


But even if everyone died, he could still use it to himself. Titan power is too big to let it die. He know there is chance that there are more enemy than these shifter. Who know next time how many shifter would invade their town. They need this power.
 
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*FOR THE MANGA READERS* so i once toggled upon the chapter in AOT where the basement secret is revealed, *spoilers, dont read ahead if you're not a manga reader* i just know that eren's father is from a place where people live in a more developed conditions. Is there more to the reveal or am i completely spoiled?? and please dont spoil me any further or anything if i'm not lol

I am not a manga reader but somehow i know some facts that are yet to be revealed. Of course, there's more to this show. There is this bigger picture to see. Shingeki no kyojin is a masterpiece that even you got spoiled still there's more to think about, more mysteries, more secrets. So i must say you are not completely spoiled so enjoy the rest of snk :)
yeah man, its almost impossible to get no spoilers. i too have got one spoiler about eren from the next arc๐Ÿ˜ž
 
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No, but that plan did not make any sense because he didn't even know if anyone survived. So he could've waited forever there.


But even if everyone died, he could still use it to himself. Titan power is too big to let it die. He know there is chance that there are more enemy than these shifter. Who know next time how many shifter would invade their town. They need this power.

True! Just like how they decided to keep(and put into use)eren.
 
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ItsAnonymous__ said:
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I am not a manga reader but somehow i know some facts that are yet to be revealed. Of course, there's more to this show. There is this bigger picture to see. Shingeki no kyojin is a masterpiece that even you got spoiled still there's more to think about, more mysteries, more secrets. So i must say you are not completely spoiled so enjoy the rest of snk :)
yeah man, its almost impossible to get no spoilers. i too have got one spoiler about eren from the next arc๐Ÿ˜ž

yeah. ๐Ÿ˜‚ Well sometimes accidentally, but i got more out of curiosity. A 25min episode for a week in like 6 years of waiting since the first season got me crazy.
 
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Ayann said:
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yeah man, its almost impossible to get no spoilers. i too have got one spoiler about eren from the next arc๐Ÿ˜ž

yeah. ๐Ÿ˜‚ Well sometimes accidentally, but i got more out of curiosity. A 25min episode for a week in like 6 years of waiting since the first season got me crazy.
same here, i read that chapter out of curiousity actually lol, and then i stopped when it felt its spoiling too much
 
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Erwin’s plan! He clearly said in the last episode that they use the soldiers as decoys, so Levi can finish off Zeke. It is safe to say that Levi failed to obey the order, thus failing to fulfill his task


The plan was "Erwin's" but not really, Levi explicitly stated to "make the choice for him", assumed command and responsibility of the whole operation in his behalf (as Erwin was comprehensively disheartened) and concluded for them to die as a distraction while he would take down the beast titan on his on.

He never mentioned the method until his encounter with Zeke face to face in this episode, but that should show that it was obviously his intention after he decided to go through with it for Erwin.


To me it sounded like Levi made the choice to use Erwin’s plan, since Erwin wasn’t sure if he wanted to execute the plan and die or see the basement and die. At no point, did Levi take over as leader.

Erwin held the briefing where he clearly told everyone the plan: to act as decoy so that Levi can kill the Beast Titan. Unfortunately, Levi didn’t stick to the plan because of his own ideas and we got the result we got.
 
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Supersonic_speed said:
Danpmss said:


The plan was "Erwin's" but not really, Levi explicitly stated to "make the choice for him", assumed command and responsibility of the whole operation in his behalf (as Erwin was comprehensively disheartened) and concluded for them to die as a distraction while he would take down the beast titan on his on.

He never mentioned the method until his encounter with Zeke face to face in this episode, but that should show that it was obviously his intention after he decided to go through with it for Erwin.


To me it sounded like Levi made the choice to use Erwin’s plan, since Erwin wasn’t sure if he wanted to execute the plan and die or see the basement and die. At no point, did Levi take over as leader.

Erwin held the briefing where he clearly told everyone the plan: to act as decoy so that Levi can kill the Beast Titan. Unfortunately, Levi didn’t stick to the plan because of his own ideas and we got the result we got.

Levi plan still including killing zeke, just not immediately. So you cant said that Levi didnt stick to plan.
 
May 28, 8:29 AM

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I totally forgot how they beat the Collossal Titan in the end, so that was nice enough to experience again.
And there's not much to say about Levi vs. Zeke. Can't really count that much executions, not fights, that were as awesome as that one.
 
May 28, 8:39 AM

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mizuharaaya said:
Supersonic_speed said:


To me it sounded like Levi made the choice to use Erwin’s plan, since Erwin wasn’t sure if he wanted to execute the plan and die or see the basement and die. At no point, did Levi take over as leader.

Erwin held the briefing where he clearly told everyone the plan: to act as decoy so that Levi can kill the Beast Titan. Unfortunately, Levi didn’t stick to the plan because of his own ideas and we got the result we got.

Levi plan still including killing zeke, just not immediately. So you cant said that Levi didnt stick to plan.

Yes 'cause if you try to look at the bigger picture, to kill zeke doesnt necessarily mean to destroy him, but to replace him. Their plan was just too risky that it could fail in a matter of seconds cause it was so perfect when zeke was totally distracted by the smoke and the suicidal soldiers and it'll be almost over if zeke regenerates and gets angry ๐Ÿ˜‚
 
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Damn this shit got more overrated then I expected.

It was a good episode but damn people really have no clue what they are doing on this site, looks like people who said that MAL ratings don't matter where right all along, never expected to side with those people.
 
May 28, 8:52 AM

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Venumidas said:
Damn this shit got more overrated then I expected.

It was a good episode but damn people really have no clue what they are doing on this site, looks like people who said that MAL ratings don't matter where right all along, never expected to side with those people.


People can love what they want. Calling out people for liking something doesn't make you any better.
 
May 28, 8:53 AM

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I DON'T HAVE WORDS TO DESCRIBE THIS EPISODE
OMG THAT WAS SO AMAZING

I really cried for Armin, I didn't expect that
 
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