Attack On Titan: Season 3 Episode 8

Eren finally jumps into lớn action as Rod Reiss begins his desperate endgame và turns into the grossest Titung of all time. Seriously…

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However, when Armin, Mikasa & the rest of the Scouts start thinking about the deeds of Eren’s father, they begin to think that he might not have sầu been as much of a quái thú as they initially thought. The way in which Dr. Yeager used his own son as a weapon of destruction is reprehensible, but they deduce that his intention was khổng lồ instill Eren with the Founding Titan ability và remove sầu it from the Reisses. 

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That being said, there’s still the firm belief that Reiss family blood is needed khổng lồ properly activate the Founding Tichảy ability, but now the Scouts wonder if that’s really the case. Perhaps Eren’s father injected hyên with this Tirã skill because he knows that there isanother way for Eren to access its powers & that he can save sầu humanity from the Titans in the process. The key that Grisha gave sầu his son likely leads to the final piece of this complicated puzzle. This is still very much a theory in progress, but it does hint at the trajectory of the next few episodes and puts Eren’s ominous basement bachồng on everyone’s radar. 

Eren is left with a lofty risk when Rod Reiss turns himself into a new Tirã of unheard of proportions that even makes the Colossal Tichảy look like a child. The physical appearance of Titans typically leaves a lot lớn be desired, but Rod’s Titung transformation is fifty shades of grotesque. It’s a tremendous eyesore that gains additional points in the weird category due to its malformed limbs, caterpillar-esque mid-section, and how it crawls on its stomach and drags its face through the ground.

 The intense heat that it radiates also isn’t exactly normal. It’s been a while since an Abnormal Tichảy has caused some trouble and this new one does not disappoint. This is the kind of Titung that David Cronenberg would kiến thiết. And lớn think, this is the beast that Rod wanted his daughter khổng lồ turn into! 

The episode’s final act revolves around the discussion of whether it’s worth keeping Rod Reiss alive sầu in his human form in order to acquire his abilities & learn more about the Founding Tichảy, or if keeping hlặng alive is too much of a liability due to his brainwashing abilities và opportunity to lớn eat Eren. It’s a risky decision to make, but it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise when it’s clear that Rod Reiss needs to be eliminated.

It’s appreciated here that Historia recognizes that it’s important that her father dies and his damage ends (although it takes her some time to lớn come around on the matter). It’s the only way that the Reiss name can be properly reclaimed & Historia welcomes the responsibility và challenge. She’s a goddamn queen by the conclusion of the episode và she can hopefully rule the walled districts with a lot more integrity than the Reisses that came before her. Her speech that she gives lớn Eren about how she’s always just wanted to lớn help those that are in need, regardless of their affiliation, is exactly the sort of mark of integrity that’s fundamental in royalty.

“Outside the Walls of Orvud District” is a productive episode that gets the characters to lớn a useful new position, but it’s over in an instant & it feels like more could happen. The installment takes its time before Eren’s transformation and even though it’s powerful material, a faster pace could result in the episode covering a little more ground. In spite of this, there’s still plenty khổng lồ get excited about in this episode and it provides some satisfying development for Eren as a whole. “Outside the Walls of Orvud District” may shy away from busy action scenes, but with Eren now rescued, the shadow government out of power, & the gang officially all back together, it feels like the next chapter of this arc is ready to begin và that Attack on Titan has never been more prepared. 

Now let’s take on that big-ass, gross Titan!

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