The Beast Titan is back and he’s looking for a new meal! Levi is thinking about feeding the Beast to a new person, but Zeke has other ideas. Read on to find out what happens next in Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 14.
Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 14
Attack on Titan season 4 is an anime series that is based on the manga of the same name by Hajime Isayama. The series follows the story of Eren Yeager and his friends Mikasa and Armin, who live in a world where humanity is almost extinct due to giant humanoid creatures known as Titans.
The Titans are giant humanoid creatures that have almost no intelligence and seem to attack and eat humans without reason. The survivors have retreated behind a series of walls in an attempt to protect themselves from the Titans. The fourth and final season of Attack on Titan premiered on December 7, 2020 and has aired a total of 14 episodes so far. The season is set to have a total of 16 episodes. Is there anything specific you would like to know about the fourth season?
Eren tells Mikasa that he’s always hated her
When the Attack on Titan anime first premiered, many fans wondered why Mikasa was given a special role in the story. She is a ferocious fighter who is willing to kill anyone. However, she also has a soft spot for Eren. After the events of the first episode, she was adopted by Eren’s parents. While she isn’t the strongest of the bunch, her dedication to her master is a testament to the power of the Ackerman bloodline.
Although Mikasa has always been loyal to her master, she never really considered the possibility that Eren might want to become his Scout. This is because she is the one who is programmed to take care of him. That isn’t a bad thing, because it means that she is strong enough to take on his enemies. However, she doesn’t think that he is worthy of such an honor.
Luckily, Eren is not the type to give up easily. In fact, he’s always protected his friends and loved ones. He even defended Mikasa from bullies at an early age. But despite this, he still holds a deep respect for her.
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As the series progresses, Eren realizes that he isn’t the only one who’s been manipulated. His former allies are now trying to stop him. One of them is a woman named Annie. So when Armin visits her, Eren questions her about her. During the course of their chat, he discovers that she is an ex-slave who is trying to seduce him. And so, the love triangle of Armin, Annie, and Mikasa is set in motion.
The best way to explain the relationship between Eren and Mikasa is to say that they have a sibling-like bond. While Mikasa isn’t as powerful as Eren, she still fights back when her master is in harm’s way. It’s an incredibly noble and emotional sacrifice.
Despite his best efforts, Eren does not always win the day. There are times when he proves to be too much of a handful. One of these times is when he beats Mikasa to a pulp. Not only did the attack prove to be the scariest, it was also the most evil thing that he ever did.
Of all the things that he did, however, the best and most impressive may have been the one that didn’t get any attention. It was the jab about freedom that hit hard. With this in mind, Eren delivers a similar jab at Mikasa during the episode.
While the attack on Mikasa might have been the aforementioned, the real savagery was when Eren revealed his most secret weapon. To the untrained eye, he did not reveal his most powerful ability, but he did reveal the fact that he can transform into a Titan. This was a major milestone in his life.
Eren mocks Armin
In “Attack on Titan,” the long-awaited table scene between Eren and Mikasa is finally seen, and what a sight it was! Armin was impressed with the feat. Seeing his best friend for the first time in years and bringing him out of his feral Titan state was a major milestone.
The duo’s encounter is not without its pitfalls. For one, Eren is a ruthless killer, albeit with the right motivation. Despite this, Mikasa is still compelled to help. She is trying to talk sense into him, but the best he can do is to back off.
It is a sad commentary on humanity that people are so easily led astray that they could be fooled into believing that they are actually on the same team. However, that does not mean they should be taken for granted. Those who are genuinely concerned about them should remain vigilant and take action.
This conversation between Eren and Mikasa is more than just the average ol’ ‘I’m glad you’re here’. It is also a demonstration of how strong the bond is between two friends. Not only does Mikasa want to make sure Eren’s safety, she is also trying to convince him that she is the perfect partner for him.
One of the most interesting aspects of this exchange is that it demonstrates how Eren can be both a liar and a swashbuckler. While he may be the least intelligent person in the group, he does know what he is doing. Nevertheless, his bravado is far from undeserved. And, with the right incentives, he can achieve much.
Although the conversation was a little rushed, it did reveal some important facts. One is that Eren has a goal that will eventually destabilize the team. That is, if the team has any semblance of a plan. Also, there are many other variables at play.
There are no guarantees that Eren will follow through on his plans. And, even if he does, he is not exactly the most logical person to choose. He has a tendency to jump to conclusions and has a history of being the lone wolf. As a result, he has no patience for other people’s ideas, and is unwilling to give up his own plans for the good of the team.
Similarly, while the conversation between Eren and Mikasa was not particularly long, it was quite a memorable moment. They have been together for years and have grown closer over the years, so this was an especially poignant moment.
In the end, it comes down to a question of will. Do Eren and Mikasa continue to be a team or will the pair be pushed apart? If they do not, then Eren’s nemesis Zeke Yeager will make his way into the fold. Likewise, the duo will have to contend with their former allies.
Zeke’s secret plan
In “Savagery,” Levi and Zeke’s story ends on a very disturbing note. Although the two are able to defeat their adversaries, there are still a lot of questions about their motives and what their true intentions are. The underlying message of the show is that people are pushed past their limits. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen this, but it’s certainly not the first time we’ve seen it in the Attack on Titan series.
At the beginning of “Savagery,” Levi and Zeke are on opposite sides of the fence. They have a very specific plan for restoring Paradis to its former glory. It’s an extreme action and they treat it as a lesser evil. But, in reality, their plan is just a ruse.
As part of the plan, Zeke was to make contact with the Founding Titan. He believed that this person could manipulate the body of Eldians and thus, stop their bloodshed. He also wanted to sterilize all Eldians in order to stop the birth of their children.
Levi, however, disagrees with this idea. He feels that this type of genocide is less terrible than a rumbling. He also believes that the Eldians will be left alone once they are sterilized. However, he doesn’t think that Eren is willing to follow this plan.
The tension between Levi and Zeke has been brewing for several seasons. Levi believes that the Jaegerists are bad, but he wants to work with Magath and Pieck. That’s why he’s going to go to the Forest to find them.
But, Levi’s plans take a turn when he hears that Eren has been taken over by the Founder. This leads to his chasing after Ymir. When Ymir falls into the deep pool, he is turned into a titan. Luckily, Zeke is close enough to help, and he shackles him.
In the next episode, Levi and Zeke will face their most harrowing challenge yet. They will have to deal with an enemy who is capable of killing both them and their fellow comrades. And, they will have to do it while using a technique they haven’t used since their time on Marley.
During this episode, we get more insight into the current state of affairs in Paradis. While the Survey Corps continues to kill comrades, the civilians continue to take sides in the conflict. Meanwhile, the warriors reunite with their families.
The end of the episode shows that there is still much we don’t know about the fate of the world. We also learn that the Survey Corps is a tool for the enemy, and not for the good of the people.
Zeke and Eren are ready to commit genocide against the entire group of people. They will use the Tybur noble family as a stepping stone to their ultimate goal. Their plan includes a raid on Liberio and the invasion of Paradis.