Can Mikasa, Armin, and the rest of the 104th training corps allow mankind to die in order to preserve their homeland? In the 22nd episode of Attack on Titan, we’ll find out. Reiner’s biggest dream has come true with the activation of rumbling. To defend those he cares about, he must first defeat Wall Titan’s troops. As a result, the only option left is to assassinate Eren for the sake of humanity. However, it’s a lot more difficult to do than one may think. Eren’s nape can’t be pinpointed because the Founding Titan is much larger than the Colossal Titans.
Spoilers and Preview of Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 22
Hundreds of Wall Titans can be seen advancing towards Marley in the promo for Attack on Titan Episode 81. She grabs Armin by the collar and attempts to get some sense out of him, but Armin is resistant. In his mind, it’s not worth it to sacrifice the whole human race for their freedom. Zeke’s titan, perhaps one of his own creations, is being slashed by Mikasa’s snape. I don’t imagine Reiner and Annie will be any exceptions, given Eren has undone the hardness of all the titans.
Eren’s Rumbling activation has a good chance of breaking the crystal encasing Annie, allowing her to be roused from what seems like an endless sleep. There is no clear winner in this battle, so Mikasa and Armin will have to choose a choice. Any decision must rely on Hange’s professional guidance since the destiny of the entire globe is at stake.
Recap of Season 4, Episode 21
Grisha brutally murders Frieda and the rest of the royal family in his memories, which Eren and Zeke examine in this episode. Eren compelled Zeke’s father to commit these atrocities, and Zeke now demands that Ymir carry out his euthanasia plan right away. As Ymir moves closer to the coordinate, Eren seeks to liberate himself from the bindings of war-renunciation. After a long struggle, he eventually breaks free and runs toward Ymir in an attempt to stop her. A human with feelings, not a deity or a slave, is what she’s really made of. The following scene brought us back to Eldia’s savage past when its history was littered with bloodstained pages.
Ymir was enslaved by King Fritz as he expanded his empire. When the locals found out that Ymir had freed the cattle, it was a turning point in their relationship. She was clearly innocent, but she had no choice but to take the consequences. A centipede-like creature joined Ymir while she was being pursued by troops through the bark of a large tree. As a result, Ymir became the first Founding Titan. Eldia’s glorious era had begun on that fateful day. Eldia was able to win battle after the war by constructing bridges with the help of Titan’s might.
In the face of them, the Marleyan army was annihilated and millions of Marleyans were killed. Ymir later died defending King Fritz from an assassin’s bullets. Instead of losing the titan abilities, King Ymir gave Ymir’s harvest to their three daughters: Cena, Rose, and Maria.
Eren initiates a rumbling sound effect
Eren returns to the present, where he triggers Rumbling, becoming the first-ever Founding Titan. A fresh layer of horror-induced sand falls onto Paradis’ streets this time around. Massive Titans emerge from the fortifications and begin a march towards the water. With all the Eldians, Eren swears that he will not stop until he has slain every last human being beyond the walls of the Fortress
The release date for the 22nd episode of the fourth season of Attack on Titan
At 12:25 JST on Monday, February 14, Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 Episode 6 titled “Thaw” will be made available to stream. Due to the Winter Olympics, the official broadcasting has been pushed back by 20 minutes. Due to the time zone differences, nations such as the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom will be able to watch Attack on Titan Episode 81 by Sunday evening.
Where to watch the Complete Fourth Season?
Many anime streaming services, such as Hulu, Funimation, and Crunchyroll have just released new episodes of Attack on Titan Season 4. Every Sunday at midnight, the animation is shown on Japanese television networks.