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Does Mikasa Kill Eren? Why Did He Attack Her?



Does Mikasa Kill Eren

Mikasa and Eren Yeager had a turbulent and interesting relationship. Despite their unquestionable love for each other, the manga’s penultimate chapter closes with them confronting each other. After her former ally had turned into a genocidal maniac, Mikasa Ackerman had to face him. The final chapter of Attack on Titan concludes with Mikasa Ackerman killing Eren Yeager.

Mikasa kills Eren to prevent him from killing the Marleyans and committing genocide because she is torn between her loyalty to her people and her love for him. In spite of Mikasa’s strong feelings towards Eren, Eren ultimately expected and even forced this heartbreaking moment on her.

Eren’s death will be discussed in greater detail in the rest of this article. Eren’s death was caused by Mikasa, and that is a situation that needs to be elaborated on further. This article will provide you with everything you need to understand the entire situation.

Did Mikasa really kill Eren?

We are referring to events that occurred in Attack on Titan’s penultimate chapter during the War for Paradis Arc. A violent migraine plagues Mikasa in the air, and she wants to leave and go home as soon as possible. Eren tells her in a dream to go inside to avoid getting sick in a dream when she regains consciousness.

Mikasa describes the feeling as being like having a long dream. During her rest, Eren will handle everything. Afterward, Mikasa asks Eren why she’s crying, but Eren can’t give a reason since she wasn’t even aware of her tears. Mikasa seems to be in the wrong place. Two months ago, Eren explains, they left everything and fought at Revelio.

As she had promised, she will remain hidden and live with us for the remaining four years. Mikasa promises Eren she will forget about her scarf after he dies, so she can live after he dies. Eren’s face starts to appear with marks. Armin and Eren’s showdown takes place in the real world, surrounded by Titans ravaging Reiner, Pieck, and Annie.

Eren is in his Titan’s mouth, Mikasa says, tightening her scarf. As a result, she decides to handle it herself and asks Levi to do so on her behalf. Using a Lightning Spear, the corporal breaks Eren’s Titan’s teeth, allowing Mikasa to enter. Eren’s head is slashed by Mikasa without a second’s hesitation. Mikasa kisses Eren’s head in the dream, as she does in reality.

Why did Mikasa kill Eren?

Chapter 139, the final chapter of the Attack on Titan anime, contains the answer to the question in the section. We got the answers during Eren’s post-mortem conversation with Armin, and here’s what we know. As the path leads to Shiganshina, Armin asks Eren why he kicked him in the ribs before the Rumbling occurred in Shiganshina.

He lost control because it was difficult for him to accomplish his goal: to keep his friends away from him. His friend explained that it wasn’t supposed to happen like that. Thus, Armin concluded that Eren’s goal in keeping them away was for the rest of the world to recognize them as world heroes afterward. Thus, they would be able to live in peace and have fewer regrets about killing their friends.

When Eren is asked why he is doing this when he is supposed to be protecting people on Paradis Island, Armin asks him why he is doing this. His friend responds by telling him that he killed 80% of the world’s population in order to prevent war for years to come. As a result, his friend becomes terrified. Eren ignores the question and says they are going to a place they have always wanted to explore outside the walls. Thus, they are observing an erupting volcano in a volcanic setting.

The two friends discuss Ymir Fritz after Armin comments that the liquid magma reminds him of a river of fire. As Ymir’s story relates to the next question, we plan to interrupt the story here. To save the world and stop the Rumbling, Mikasa Ackerman killed Eren. Despite being stopped, Eren himself states that he would have killed more people had he not lost control.

Does Eren want Mikasa to kill him?

Here is what we know about Yimir’s story, as we mentioned earlier. Yimir continued to submit to her enemies even after her parents were killed and her village destroyed. After meeting her on the Path, he realized that she was indeed in love with the first King Fritz. That’s why restrictions persist 2,000 years later.

She waited 2,000 years to be freed. Eren was freed from Mikasa’s love pangs and for other reasons unknown to him. Since he had no idea what Mikasa would do now, he wondered what he will do. He reveals to Armin that the notion of past/present/future has disappeared for him because of the power of the Founding Titan. He also reveals that it was during the Medal Ceremony that he learned of all these events, past and future.

They come face-to-face with the sea as they continue their journey in limbo. Armin asks Mikasa if she can be happy with another man if she is happy with another man. He replies that he has no idea. He is punched in the face by Armin in response. Having put Mikasa through so much when she was always willing to put her life on the line for him, he won’t settle for that answer.

Eren sits in the water looking sad without saying a word. He tells him in an ironic tone that he hopes she will be able to find someone else other than him. Eren shouts that he won’t accept it, that he wants her to keep thinking about him even after his death, even if she has to mourn him for ten years. In response, Eren informs Armin that he does not wish to die.

Eren replies that there is no other way and that he must die, just like the others who did not want to die too, and like the ones he killed. After seeing the ravaged world, Eren confides to Armin that he would have triggered the Rumbling regardless of their intervention. Afterward, he confesses to her that he has no idea where this irrepressible desire comes from. The Titans could never be destroyed without Mikasa’s act of love, which was the only way to liberate Ymir from her own love for Fritz. Eren wanted Mikasa to kill him to save Ymir from her own love for Fritz.

What episode does Mikasa kill Eren in?

The manga’s penultimate chapter ends with Eren’s death. His death has not yet been depicted in the anime series, but we are confident that it will appear in the anime’s final season, we just don’t know which episode. It is expected that the scene will appear in either the penultimate or ultimate episode of the anime series.

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