Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 1 Ending, Explained

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Sidat.ID, – ‘Attack on Titan’ is a popular anime that has gained a large number of fans since its launch in 2013. This is not surprising as the show combines a strong protagonist, gripping narrative, and great animation to continue the events in the plot. It is based on Hajime Isayama’s manga and season 4 is the beginning of the series finale. (Remember that the time jump has occurred).

Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 1 Ending

The first time he saw a young Marley Eldian soldier named Falco on the battlefield, his brother, Colt, saved him from the enemy. His fellow recruits reminded him that they had been fighting the Allied Forces of the Middle East for four years. They needed to sink the enemy fleet in the harbor and take Fort Salva to win the battle. Colt informs Captain Magath that the Eldian army on the front line is under attack. it was impossible to dig further the trench. Instead, he suggested using the Warrior Titans to take over the fort, but the captain refused.

At that moment, they observed that an armored carriage with four guns was patrolling the surroundings, and the Elders had to destroy it; otherwise, the Armored Titan and the Beast Titan would be rendered useless. Gabi, who is an Eldian recruit, has a chance to stop the train. He distracts two enemy soldiers and throws a hand grenade at the vehicle when the time is right, ensuring the success of his mission. Even though he faced heavy fire, Galliard saved him and killed many enemy soldiers.

Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 1 Ending

Airstrikes were launched against the Allied Forces in the Middle East. Reiner and Zeke shot down the humans from the sky who turned into Titans. The former became an armored titan and wreaked havoc. But it turns out that another armored train is attacking Reiner. Galliard saved him from more attacks just in time.

Zeke transforms into the Beast Titan and drops ammunition at the enemy fleet in the harbor. They managed to recapture Fort Slava, but Reiner was seriously injured in the battle. In the end, Marley’s forces came to power victorious and a peace treaty was signed between the two armies. A mysterious man in a black suit and hat is seen reading this news.


Who is the mystery man?

The last shots focus on this enigmatic person seen in a black suit and hat. His face was partially visible and you could see that he had a beard. Given that the time jump occurred, it is possible that he is none other than Jean Kirstein, who we last saw in season 3 at sea. The Survey Corps commander seemed like the best candidate. First, his physical characteristics were very similar to those of this mysterious man. Jean is tall and has basically the same hair color.

Then there is the fact that he is a sensible person whose first instinct is to observe a situation. It is possible that he is only judging wars and victories in the city. If Kenny the Ripper isn’t dead, he might be the right choice. Also, he considers Eren as a potential candidate. But when all is said and done, it seems that Jean is the right choice. The similarities between the two are striking. However, we will have to wait for the next episode to know if it is true.

Importance of Falco

Season 4 begins with us meeting Falco, the young soldier who was saved by his brother. then he was surrounded by other recruits who asked him if he remembered where he was. Basically, Falco represents the audience, who first saw the Four Years’ War (in detail) in this episode. he may not remember the event and learn more about the passage of time only as the story progresses. he claims that he flies with a sword and there are Titans. (This moment could potentially refer to Eren’s ability to disturb memories.)

Then an overly excited Gabi tells him that they are participating in the final battle that will determine who will emerge victorious. Furthermore, there was relief when Udo wrapped Falco’s head too tightly as he complained about the fleet. These little moments give the audience a chance to let their guard down and find out what really happened. As Falco continued to ask more questions, the audience got more answers about the war and the Titans. This narration format is very interesting and offers us something different.***

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