The Genius Of Eren Jaeger's Character

I felt obligated to make this video after the recent developments of Eren Jeager and his incredible character arc in Attack on Titan. Like many, I initially had no interest in his character for the first half of the series, but he's recently propelled into one of, if not the most, interesting and morally questionable characters in the series.
Inspired by the brilliant character breakdown from u/kemorsky on reddit, please check his post out: www.reddit.com/r/ShingekiNoKyojin/comments/7544m8/manga_spoilers_character_breakdown_eren_jaeger/
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  • lol

    SoulSoul4 күн мурун
    • Lol😂😂😂😂😂

      Saloni VermaSaloni VermaСаат мурун
    • Disagree. Yes it has it’s flaws and issues but I think that the point the ending is supposed to be disappointing. I think Isayama wanted the ending to confound us and leave us saying “what the hell?!?” This show has always been a commentary and allegory for the flaws of humanity and it’s nature. Ultimately I think it stays true to the theme by showing that no matter what we do true freedom is simply unattainable. I don’t think Eren being a clueless slave to fate was outta nowhere. Call me a arrogant smartass but I think it was pretty clear that Eren was a unwilling slave to fate since the time travel reveal. Even his founding design is a hint at this, he’s literally being strung up and hanged by strings does that look free to you? Not to mention I there’s a pretty reasonable explanation for Eren’s behavior and that he developed multiple personality disorder or a extreme fictional version of bipolar disorder. This hypothesis is not without basis either, Eren was shown to have always been screwed up in the head since childhood he killed two men without remorse so likely a form of anti-social personality disorder. Couple that with repeated trauma and excessive stress in his adolescence it was only a matter of time before his mental state snapped. I guess ultimately it’s like Kenny Ackerman once said “everyone’s a slave to something”. I think that’s the point the ending wasn’t supposed to be satisfying. Eren was always a flawed character I think the fault was with us, we idolize and got attached to Eren when we shouldn’t of. Isayama wrote Eren not as a noble character but one driven by his wrath, rage, fear and obsession. Look I’m not to happy with the ending, I originally hated it as well and even went as far as to rant about it online but I think at the end of the day the end is the end I think we should move on. A far better use of our time and energy would be to analyze this story and it’s themes

      Linus ChenLinus ChenСаат мурун
    • @UCsvoh-vF49cmAcACIoVcnXA the difference is that their relationship was nothing like Ymir and the King. The similarities are only their slavelike devotion to their love. Like she said in the pomegranate scene: "Once im' dead, i won't even be able to remember you." She still managed to outlive him without having to forget about him. Furthermore, it's sorta implied that Jean & Mikasa might end up together.

      Terence Brady-CroteauTerence Brady-Croteau15 саат мурун
    • @Isco Icoh she overcame it. She killed him. 3 years later and she seems in good health, well dressed etc. That doesn't mean she doesn't love him. It's the exact date of his death (Historia's child's birthday is the day Eren died. Of course she's gonna be at his grave.

      Terence Brady-CroteauTerence Brady-Croteau16 саат мурун
    • I hate how mikasa character was about getting over eren but yet she mourns his death for 3 years. The little character development she got was wasted

      Isco IcohIsco Icoh16 саат мурун
  • Ereh!

    KilluaKillua2 саат мурун
  • Ellen become bird (crying) 😭😭😭

    AdeetAdeet7 саат мурун
  • AHHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHA

    DeathCartDeathCart9 саат мурун
  • A BIRD 🤣🤣😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭

    omar ramoomar ramo21 саат мурун
    • Yes

      Just some bird without a mustacheJust some bird without a mustacheСаат мурун
  • Damn, feeling pretty dumb right now aren't we?

    Arys KevinArys Kevin22 саат мурун
  • attack on ereh 😔🤚🏻

    iwas kawaiwas kawa23 саат мурун
  • More like The *Stupidity* of Eren Jaeger's Character

    Point & ClickPoint & Click23 саат мурун
    • Disagree. Yes it has it’s flaws and issues but I think that the point the ending is supposed to be disappointing. I think Isayama wanted the ending to confound us and leave us saying “what the hell?!?” This show has always been a commentary and allegory for the flaws of humanity and it’s nature. Ultimately I think it stays true to the theme by showing that no matter what we do true freedom is simply unattainable. I don’t think Eren being a clueless slave to fate was outta nowhere. Call me a arrogant smartass but I think it was pretty clear that Eren was a unwilling slave to fate since the time travel reveal. Not to mention I there’s a pretty reasonable explanation for Eren’s behavior and that he developed multiple personality disorder or a extreme fictional version of bipolar disorder. This hypothesis is not without basis either, Eren was shown to have always been screwed up in the head since childhood he killed two men without remorse so likely a form of anti-social personality disorder. Couple that with repeated trauma and excessive stress in his adolescence it was only a matter of time before his mental state snapped. I guess ultimately it’s like Kenny Ackerman once said “everyone’s a slave to something”. I think that’s the point the ending wasn’t supposed to be satisfying. Eren was always a flawed character I think the fault was with us, we idolize and got attached to Eren when we shouldn’t of. Isayama wrote Eren not as a noble character but one driven by his wrath, rage, fear and obsession

      Linus ChenLinus ChenСаат мурун
  • We got incel liar eren who got character asssinated in 1 chapter he no longer fights for freedom he fights because he can’t really remember. Delusional fanboys are trying to defend this shitstain of an ending

    Lade 212Lade 212Күн мурун
    • Disagree. Yes it has it’s flaws and issues but I think that the point the ending is supposed to be disappointing. I think Isayama wanted the ending to confound us and leave us saying “what the hell?!?” This show has always been a commentary and allegory for the flaws of humanity and it’s nature. Ultimately I think it stays true to the theme by showing that no matter what we do true freedom is simply unattainable. I don’t think Eren being a clueless slave to fate was outta nowhere. Call me a arrogant smartass but I think it was pretty clear that Eren was a unwilling slave to fate since the time travel reveal. Not to mention I there’s a pretty reasonable explanation for Eren’s behavior and that he developed multiple personality disorder or a extreme fictional version of bipolar disorder. This hypothesis is not without basis either, Eren was shown to have always been screwed up in the head since childhood he killed two men without remorse so likely a form of anti-social personality disorder. Couple that with repeated trauma and excessive stress in his adolescence it was only a matter of time before his mental state snapped. I guess ultimately it’s like Kenny Ackerman once said “everyone’s a slave to something”. I think that’s the point the ending wasn’t supposed to be satisfying. Eren was always a flawed character I think the fault was with us, we idolize and got attached to Eren when we shouldn’t of. Isayama wrote Eren not as a noble character but one driven by his wrath, rage, fear and obsession

      Linus ChenLinus ChenСаат мурун
  • this video just makes me sad lol

    Airap RupnydebaAirap RupnydebaКүн мурун
  • well...fuck

    mi30Xxmi30XxКүн мурун
  • Eren is a incel

    Ilya SorokinIlya SorokinКүн мурун
    • @Linus Chen he killed own mother and cry due to Mikasa's feelings. Eren is the biggest mistake

      Ilya SorokinIlya Sorokin30 мүнөт мурун
    • @Linus Chen Copy paste

      MOTHERRUSSIA 20162MOTHERRUSSIA 2016245 мүнөт мурун
    • Disagree. Yes it has it’s flaws and issues but I think that the point the ending is supposed to be disappointing. I think Isayama wanted the ending to confound us and leave us saying “what the hell?!?” This show has always been a commentary and allegory for the flaws of humanity and it’s nature. Ultimately I think it stays true to the theme by showing that no matter what we do true freedom is simply unattainable. I don’t think Eren being a clueless slave to fate was outta nowhere. Call me a arrogant smartass but I think it was pretty clear that Eren was a unwilling slave to fate since the time travel reveal. Not to mention I there’s a pretty reasonable explanation for Eren’s behavior and that he developed multiple personality disorder or a extreme fictional version of bipolar disorder. This hypothesis is not without basis either, Eren was shown to have always been screwed up in the head since childhood he killed two men without remorse so likely a form of anti-social personality disorder. Couple that with repeated trauma and excessive stress in his adolescence it was only a matter of time before his mental state snapped. I guess ultimately it’s like Kenny Ackerman once said “everyone’s a slave to something”. I think that’s the point the ending wasn’t supposed to be satisfying. Eren was always a flawed character I think the fault was with us, we idolize and got attached to Eren when we shouldn’t of. Isayama wrote Eren not as a noble character but one driven by his wrath, rage, fear and obsession

      Linus ChenLinus ChenСаат мурун
  • Bruh...

    LapostetűLapostetűКүн мурун
  • Well.... Yea...

    DARK LORD JAR JAR BINKSDARK LORD JAR JAR BINKSКүн мурун
    • @DARK LORD JAR JAR BINKS This guy just copy pastes the same comment whenever someone says 139 wasn't that good.

      MOTHERRUSSIA 20162MOTHERRUSSIA 2016245 мүнөт мурун
    • @Linus Chen i mean he was not genius i am not dissapointed with the ending

      DARK LORD JAR JAR BINKSDARK LORD JAR JAR BINKSСаат мурун
    • Disagree. Yes it has it’s flaws and issues but I think that the point the ending is supposed to be disappointing. I think Isayama wanted the ending to confound us and leave us saying “what the hell?!?” This show has always been a commentary and allegory for the flaws of humanity and it’s nature. Ultimately I think it stays true to the theme by showing that no matter what we do true freedom is simply unattainable. I don’t think Eren being a clueless slave to fate was outta nowhere. Call me a arrogant smartass but I think it was pretty clear that Eren was a unwilling slave to fate since the time travel reveal. Even his founding design is a hint at this, he’s literally being strung up and hanged by strings does that look free to you? Not to mention I there’s a pretty reasonable explanation for Eren’s behavior and that he developed multiple personality disorder or a extreme fictional version of bipolar disorder. This hypothesis is not without basis either, Eren was shown to have always been screwed up in the head since childhood he killed two men without remorse so likely a form of anti-social personality disorder. Couple that with repeated trauma and excessive stress in his adolescence it was only a matter of time before his mental state snapped. I guess ultimately it’s like Kenny Ackerman once said “everyone’s a slave to something”. I think that’s the point the ending wasn’t supposed to be satisfying. Eren was always a flawed character I think the fault was with us, we idolize and got attached to Eren when we shouldn’t of. Isayama wrote Eren not as a noble character but one driven by his wrath, rage, fear and obsession

      Linus ChenLinus ChenСаат мурун
  • The ending was SO bad lol it literally ruined his character

    Veruska TorresVeruska TorresКүн мурун
    • @Linus Chen Tbh it doesn't matter if Isayama wanted to show us that it doesn't change that the ending ruined his character, everything he did was an act, he never changed, he didn't have any development people thought he had, he was just trying to win some Oscar's lol, he also never had clear his reasons as well, like he killed his mother and 80% of the population and for what exactly? Idk he doesn't even know why he did all of that 💀 and then also his "love" for Mikasa makes no sense, he never showed any romantic feelings for Mikasa in all the manga but actually the opposite like tbh his character is badly written.

      Veruska TorresVeruska TorresСаат мурун
    • Disagree. Yes it has it’s flaws and issues but I think that the point the ending is supposed to be disappointing. I think Isayama wanted the ending to confound us and leave us saying “what the hell?!?” This show has always been a commentary and allegory for the flaws of humanity and it’s nature. Ultimately I think it stays true to the theme by showing that no matter what we do true freedom is simply unattainable. I don’t think Eren being a clueless slave to fate was outta nowhere. Call me a arrogant smartass but I think it was pretty clear that Eren was a unwilling slave to fate since the time travel reveal. Even his founding design is a hint at this, he’s literally being strung up and hanged by strings does that look free to you? Not to mention I there’s a pretty reasonable explanation for Eren’s behavior and that he developed multiple personality disorder or a extreme fictional version of bipolar disorder. This hypothesis is not without basis either, Eren was shown to have always been screwed up in the head since childhood he killed two men without remorse so likely a form of anti-social personality disorder. Couple that with repeated trauma and excessive stress in his adolescence it was only a matter of time before his mental state snapped. I guess ultimately it’s like Kenny Ackerman once said “everyone’s a slave to something”. I think that’s the point the ending wasn’t supposed to be satisfying. Eren was always a flawed character I think the fault was with us, we idolize and got attached to Eren when we shouldn’t of. Isayama wrote Eren not as a noble character but one driven by his wrath, rage, fear and obsession

      Linus ChenLinus ChenСаат мурун
  • Isayama : "this video is too perfect, I'm gonna realese my ultimate chapter 139"

    RahulRahulКүн мурун
  • This didn't age well

    Nooby ShinobiNooby Shinobi2 күн мурун
  • People, don't forget that in paths, the past and future are merged. In there, child Eren and adult Eren exist at the same time, all of his past and present emotions, motives and memories. As a proof, we have seen child Eren in paths multiple times already, even in the beginning of his conversation with Armin; Eren also states this, and that it makes him all messed up. Is it really that unbelievable that "his old self" comes back? It doesn't even "come back", it exists at the same time. Also, the facade was just about pushing his friends away ("I hate you, Mikasa" and such), since he stated that he'd do the rumbling no matter what, because - he himself doesn't understand why - but he seeks freedom and wanted to trample the outside world, because he was disappointed in it. He also put an end to the "titan's world", and that's why he continued to move forward, and did what he had to do, even if it broke him inside. And about "simping for Mikasa"... jeez, can't he have selfish feelings in his dying moments? Did he act upon all that? No. He told Mikasa to forget him and live a happy life. So... where is the problem here...?

    SirellSirell2 күн мурун
    • ​@Sirell He friend-zoned her first in season 2 when they were about to die lol. And honestly, I'm just saying 4 years of clapping a muscular Asian girl's cheeks sounds like a better deal than all that other BS Eren did, Zeke's plan was better at least there would've been free birth control lol. The whole incel thing is a joke lol, but I get it was supposed to humanize Eren but it was a step too far. The best way to humanize him would've been that speech about him not wanting to die and having him confess to his friends that he tried to push them away. Oh and btw Historia and Eren are a much better couple, they both respect and look up to each other. And the optics of the ending was terrible. Isayama basically said that the only way to solve racism is to kill everyone else and establish a superior race.

      TyreekMadnessTyreekMadness17 саат мурун
    • @Sirell That doesn't inherently mean he "loved" her though When readin that, at the time, I just personally interpreted it as Eren wanting someone, anyone, to understand him, and try and pull him off doing what he knows must be done for his people to be free(something that was just thrown away at the end too) Hell, that entire chapter is just Mikasa reflecting on how Eren has always been a bit of a maniac. She says something among the lines of "Perhaps Eren never changed. Perhaps he's always been like this and I merely chose to ignore it", which implies that, no, post-timeskip Eren is not just pre-timeskip Eren pretending to be someone else, it's the exact opposite. Pre-timeskip Eren and Post-timeskip Eren were both obessive maniacs who'd do everything for their goals (which has always been freedom), Mikasa and the rest just chose not to see that side and foccus on the good

      ChronicaChronica17 саат мурун
    • @TyreekMadness What? Look at the desperation in his eyes when she asks her... Ah, I forgot the Zeke part. But it still makes sense, since he knew that he can't have a be with Mikasa anyways, since he saw the future, so there's no point asking her out. He did it once and got family-zoned. Look, I was caught so off guard to when Eren confessed his love, did not expect it at all. I'm just trying to gather some possible foreshadowing and justification, otherwise we can all agree it was truly a last-minute decision from Isayama's part (or editorial pressure?)... story-wise, it is actually much better and more tragic if it was mutual love, since they both had to sacrifice everything in the end. It's just a shame there wasn't a better build-up for their relationship. Ah, and by the way, I don't think one's thoughts make an incel, but their actions do. Isn't he allowed to have feelings now? He only told these to his bro (after he literally teased and punched him), but he told Mikasa to forget him and wanted her to be happy. It would only have been pathetic if he straight up told Mikasa don't ever find another man lol

      SirellSirell18 саат мурун
    • @Sirell He didn't look devastated at all lol, this whole narrative about the romance being subtle is the same shit I heard about Saskue and Sakura. The whole romance made Eren look at best a whiny dude who's afraid to ask a girl out and at worst an incel. Hell back in Marley Zeke literally told Eren that Mikasa loves him but he showed no reaction to everything. Honestly Eren was better off running away with Mikasa and clapping her cheeks for 4 years.

      TyreekMadnessTyreekMadness18 саат мурун
    • ​@Al Agator This confession of Eren really came out of nowhere, I agree. He'd shown affection towards her, but it was so subtle... However, he did look devastated when Mikasa told him he was just "family". (Before 138, it could have meant that he was sad because he realised that the future really can not change by receiving that answer, but oh well). If he did love her though, just didn't show it, the breakdown in his last moment actually makes sense. OR he realized at that exact moment that he loved her all this time after all, and had regrets. Okay, the Dina thing makes me a bit angry too, because it was so unnecessary to show that scene for that one panel... however, it is ambiguous if Eren or Ymir is responsible, also I believe if it was Eren, all he did was divert Dina's attention from Bert, which resulted in the unfortunate and accidental death of Carla. I think it was very clear that he felt extremely guilty for what he had done, and knew it was unforgiveable. This is partly the reason why he broke down in the first place, and we also know he was devastated ever since chapter 131. Well, Ymir was so attached to the king (be it love or slave mentality) that she served him and his descendants for 2000 years, and Mikasa was obsessed with Eren throughout the whole story to the point where she could have been considered his "slave", so the parallel was always kinda there.

      SirellSirell21 саат мурун
  • most of the complaints on erens character are based on complete misunderstandings due to a rushed final chapter and misleading dialogue. While the new lelouch aspects of his plan, I have mixed feelings for (for the ending and other characters in general it was good as it gave us literally both an eren genocide ending and a peace ending while for erens character it just draws attention away from the good parts of his story) it doesn't harm the aspects of his character which we all loved up in the story till now. Eren wiped out 80 percent of mankind in order to make it so the outside world is no longer strong enough to defeat Paradis. The end of the story even confirms that the world now lives in fear of the Military strength of paradis. Like he says in page three, he knew that a peace treaty between Armin and the world alone wouldn't prevent the world from wanting revenge. Hence the genocide plan. As for the line where eren says "I don't why, I just had to" he was not saying he doesn't know why he flatten the world. He was referring here to his dream. Eren has two main motivations, 1)protecting paradis and his loved ones. 2) his dream with Armin. Eren talks about this in chapter 97, in hobo erens speech to Falco. He had something else pushing him onwards other than his surroundings and situation. This is what he refers to with his lines of "We're the same Reiner" in chapter 100 and in 131. Both him and Reiner had a reason other than their own situations to do what they did. For Reiner it was his dream of being a hero. The fact that Reiner was doing what he had to do to save humanity is still true just like how eren truly had no choice to save paradis. But "it wasn't just my surroundings eren. I wanted to be a hero." "It's to save paradis, but it's more than that". They both had another, more selfish reason to move forward. Both of them admit this to the person they wanted to judge them. the question is what exactly is Erens dream. It's freedom right? But it's a little more complicatedg than that. We find from chapters 14 (trost boulder speech), ch 73 (eren and Armins beginning) and ch 131, that there's always been a difference between eren and Armins dream. Eren was much more focused on the fact that something was keeping him from the outside world rather than what was outside itself. He was much more focused on being free to go to the outside world. In chapter 73 he says that when he saw the look in armins eyes, he saw that he couldn't see the grand dream that Armin was seeing. And that's when he realised he wasn't free. "I realised I was trapped in a birdcage. They were keeping me from a bigger world. I couldn't forgive them". When Armin asks him why he wanted to go to the outside world he tells him it's " because he was born into this world." And because "everyone is born free ". "burning river, land of ice... anything will do. Anyone who saw those things would be the most free person in the world". " It doesn't matter how cruel the world is" that's what he thought back then. But as we see in chapter 90 when he tries to remind Armin about the outside world " i think beyond the walls there's fre-" and the image of Faye goes through his mind. And finally chapter 131. He was disappointed afterall. And so he decides to wipe it all away. Nothing but empty lands. Because then he would finally be... free? He wanted to wipe away everyone who was taking away his freedom, keeping him in a birdcage, from a bigger world. But in the process he would have destroyed the world that he wanted the freedom to go to. And that's what the moment in 139 was. What was originally going to be the final panel. His father's first words to him when he first opens his eyes flash past him as he wonders what freedom meant to him. In his desperate attempt to see that "sight" (remember that from ch 121?) , to witness the grand dream Armin was having. But it will forever be out of his reach no matter what he does. This is also why his eyes are darkened in 133 when he talks about getting his freedom at the expense of the outside world. It's also the reasoning behind the final line of 134 when Armin asks eren "how exactly are you free". In Eren and Armins final moments in 139 Armin hands to eren his sea shell, the object representing Armins dream. Erens final lines to Armin are "you can reach the other side of the wall". Hes referring to their dream. He wants his loved ones at the very least to be free and live long lives. And that's what the end of Erens story is. He achieved everything except for his own dream of freedom.

    Ankush ThallaAnkush Thalla2 күн мурун
    • No

      Saloni VermaSaloni VermaСаат мурун
    • @Green B0ss I already explained why they can't win even if they have a number advantage in my other comment. Also "eren did the genocide because he was simping for Mikasa". Please tell me you're joking dude.

      Ankush ThallaAnkush Thalla4 саат мурун
    • @Ankush Thalla I thought erens motivations is to end the cycle of hatred towards others and to break the curse of ymir, so that no one will take their freedom from them again so that no one can witness what eren did. He even is ironically a slave of freedom to do this. But no he just want to do this because he wants mikasa to be alone and be a parallel to ymir fritz, simpin a dead man.

      Green B0ssGreen B0ss4 саат мурун
    • @Ankush Thalla no

      Green B0ssGreen B0ss4 саат мурун
    • @Ankush Thalla If we're comparing it to WW2, the worlds hole population could be 2.1 billion So if we're referring this to world of SnK. There are 20 million people in 1 percent of the population. So Other countries can attack anytime given by the time they have had (3 years)

      Green B0ssGreen B0ss4 саат мурун
  • cooooooooooooooooome baaaaaaaaaaaaack

    coreyalmoncoreyalmon2 күн мурун
  • Anyone that says "unlike your typical shounen Protagonist" was never worth taking seriously in the first place.

    Hydro Cy.Hydro Cy.2 күн мурун
  • deluded fanboys writing 10-page essays to defend this garbage ending, even isayama doesn't care as much , he gave us this shitty rushed ending full of retcons and unanswered questions. If the ending explained everything appropriately and tied up all the plot threads they wouldn't have to do this in the first place.

    Eren JaegerEren Jaeger2 күн мурун
    • Ikr

      Saloni VermaSaloni VermaСаат мурун
    • Disagree. Yes it has it’s flaws and issues but I think that the point the ending is supposed to be disappointing. I think Isayama wanted the ending to confound us and leave us saying “what the hell?!?” This show has always been a commentary and allegory for the flaws of humanity and it’s nature. Ultimately I think it stays true to the theme by showing that no matter what we do true freedom is simply unattainable. I don’t think Eren being a clueless slave to fate was outta nowhere. Call me a arrogant smartass but I think it was pretty clear that Eren was a unwilling slave to fate since the time travel reveal. Even his founding design is a hint at this, he’s literally being strung up and hanged by strings does that look free to you? Not to mention I there’s a pretty reasonable explanation for Eren’s behavior and that he developed multiple personality disorder or a extreme fictional version of bipolar disorder. This hypothesis is not without basis either, Eren was shown to have always been screwed up in the head since childhood he killed two men without remorse so likely a form of anti-social personality disorder. Couple that with repeated trauma and excessive stress in his adolescence it was only a matter of time before his mental state snapped. I guess ultimately it’s like Kenny Ackerman once said “everyone’s a slave to something”. I think that’s the point the ending wasn’t supposed to be satisfying. Eren was always a flawed character I think the fault was with us, we idolize and got attached to Eren when we shouldn’t of. Isayama wrote Eren not as a noble character but one driven by his wrath, rage, fear and obsession. Look I’m not to happy with the ending, I originally hated it as well and even went as far as to rant about it online but I think at the end of the day the end is the end I think we should move on. A far better use of our time and energy would be to analyze this story and it’s themes

      Linus ChenLinus ChenСаат мурун
    • No cap😂😂😂

      RG3RG311 саат мурун
    • "You don't get it guys Eren was just pretending he's actually a very sweet boy uwu!!! Ignore the chapter foccused entirely on how Mikasa has always had a wrong perception of Eren, and the dozens of pages before that showing that, even as a child, Eren was willing to go to the extreme just to attain freedom he's actually just a sweet shy boy!!"

      ChronicaChronica17 саат мурун
    • @Rishistav Ray exactly

      Eren JaegerEren JaegerКүн мурун
  • Now we can't even use memes for chad Eren controlling someone. He was never a chad.

    Katon KKaton K2 күн мурун
    • Disagree. Yes it has it’s flaws and issues but I think that the point the ending is supposed to be disappointing. I think Isayama wanted the ending to confound us and leave us saying “what the hell?!?” This show has always been a commentary and allegory for the flaws of humanity and it’s nature. Ultimately I think it stays true to the theme by showing that no matter what we do true freedom is simply unattainable. I don’t think Eren being a clueless slave to fate was outta nowhere. Call me a arrogant smartass but I think it was pretty clear that Eren was a unwilling slave to fate since the time travel reveal. Even his founding design is a hint at this, he’s literally being strung up and hanged by strings does that look free to you? Not to mention I there’s a pretty reasonable explanation for Eren’s behavior and that he developed multiple personality disorder or a extreme fictional version of bipolar disorder. This hypothesis is not without basis either, Eren was shown to have always been screwed up in the head since childhood he killed two men without remorse so likely a form of anti-social personality disorder. Couple that with repeated trauma and excessive stress in his adolescence it was only a matter of time before his mental state snapped. I guess ultimately it’s like Kenny Ackerman once said “everyone’s a slave to something”. I think that’s the point the ending wasn’t supposed to be satisfying. Eren was always a flawed character I think the fault was with us, we idolize and got attached to Eren when we shouldn’t of. Isayama wrote Eren not as a noble character but one driven by his wrath, rage, fear and obsession. Look I’m not to happy with the ending, I originally hated it as well and even went as far as to rant about it online but I think at the end of the day the end is the end I think we should move on. A far better use of our time and energy would be to analyze this story and it’s themes

      Linus ChenLinus ChenСаат мурун
    • and the problem is not him crying because he wants to stay with his friend. The all mikasa part and the fact that he is plan was retconned makes me dislike this.

      Ayman LamsaouebAyman Lamsaoueb6 саат мурун
    • @Katon K bruh it doesn't make sense. Saying that he was acting it is just a stupid way to justify bad writing for me.

      Ayman LamsaouebAyman Lamsaoueb6 саат мурун
    • He was just acting the whole time. So ya know he's a simp

      Green B0ssGreen B0ss6 саат мурун
    • He was just acting the whole time. So ya know he's a simp

      Green B0ssGreen B0ss6 саат мурун
  • so what did you think of the ending?

    Man LitMan Lit2 күн мурун
    • Trash

      Lade 212Lade 212Күн мурун
    • ha ending is the shit, bro

      Ilya SorokinIlya SorokinКүн мурун
  • Why Isayama

    Boby NcBobBoby NcBob2 күн мурун
  • I just love him.

    nakodanakoda2 күн мурун
    • after 139 youll change your mind coz this is all a act if ur an anime only enjoy eren till the last ep when they turn him into.....a weak beta male bird

      Vegon LixVegon LixКүн мурун
  • well he beacame a dove

    R.I.P AnimeR.I.P Anime2 күн мурун
    • (Crying)

      RezieRezie12 саат мурун
    • I am bird

      Just some bird without a mustacheJust some bird without a mustache2 күн мурун
  • "Tata-cawk, I'm a bird" - Eren "Incel-Simp" Yaeger

    Y E E TY E E T2 күн мурун
    • Wren : histooria when you meet the farmer keep the window open as i am a bird histooria :wtf

      Omio RahmanOmio RahmanКүн мурун
    • 🕊️🕊️🕊️

      Just some bird without a mustacheJust some bird without a mustache2 күн мурун
    • I am a bird

      Just some bird without a mustacheJust some bird without a mustache2 күн мурун
  • eren is masterpiece mc they said, eren gonna be greatest mc they said *yawn

    andou mixalandou mixal2 күн мурун
    • @Just some bird without a mustache (crying)

      Airap RupnydebaAirap RupnydebaКүн мурун
    • 🕊️

      Just some bird without a mustacheJust some bird without a mustache2 күн мурун
  • After 139: well that was a fucking lie

    PetraPetra3 күн мурун
    • Disagree. Yes it has it’s flaws and issues but I think that the point the ending is supposed to be disappointing. I think Isayama wanted the ending to confound us and leave us saying “what the hell?!?” This show has always been a commentary and allegory for the flaws of humanity and it’s nature. Ultimately I think it stays true to the theme by showing that no matter what we do true freedom is simply unattainable. I don’t think Eren being a clueless slave to fate was outta nowhere. Call me a arrogant smartass but I think it was pretty clear that Eren was a unwilling slave to fate since the time travel reveal. Even his founding design is a hint at this, he’s literally being strung up and hanged by strings does that look free to you? Not to mention I there’s a pretty reasonable explanation for Eren’s behavior and that he developed multiple personality disorder or a extreme fictional version of bipolar disorder. This hypothesis is not without basis either, Eren was shown to have always been screwed up in the head since childhood he killed two men without remorse so likely a form of anti-social personality disorder. Couple that with repeated trauma and excessive stress in his adolescence it was only a matter of time before his mental state snapped. I guess ultimately it’s like Kenny Ackerman once said “everyone’s a slave to something”. I think that’s the point the ending wasn’t supposed to be satisfying. Eren was always a flawed character I think the fault was with us, we idolize and got attached to Eren when we shouldn’t of. Isayama wrote Eren not as a noble character but one driven by his wrath, rage, fear and obsession. Look I’m not to happy with the ending, I originally hated it as well and even went as far as to rant about it online but I think at the end of the day the end is the end I think we should move on. A far better use of our time and energy would be to analyze this story and it’s themes

      Linus ChenLinus ChenСаат мурун
    • 🕊️

      Just some bird without a mustacheJust some bird without a mustache2 күн мурун
  • Not anymore

    BreadBread3 күн мурун
  • What a terrible way of ending one of the most beautiful and sophisticated characters in anime. If they don't change this shitshow of an ending in the anime, AoT will lose its crown.

    Rishistav RayRishistav Ray3 күн мурун
    • @Linus Chen as an author isayama has to do a ending that's consistent, coherent, logical, and satisfying. Fan reaction has shown he has fallen short of that.

      Ian WeberIan WeberСаат мурун
    • Disagree. Yes it has it’s flaws and issues but I think that the point the ending is supposed to be disappointing. I think Isayama wanted the ending to confound us and leave us saying “what the hell?!?” This show has always been a commentary and allegory for the flaws of humanity and it’s nature. Ultimately I think it stays true to the theme by showing that no matter what we do true freedom is simply unattainable. I don’t think Eren being a clueless slave to fate was outta nowhere. Call me a arrogant smartass but I think it was pretty clear that Eren was a unwilling slave to fate since the time travel reveal. Even his founding design is a hint at this, he’s literally being strung up and hanged by strings does that look free to you? Not to mention I there’s a pretty reasonable explanation for Eren’s behavior and that he developed multiple personality disorder or a extreme fictional version of bipolar disorder. This hypothesis is not without basis either, Eren was shown to have always been screwed up in the head since childhood he killed two men without remorse so likely a form of anti-social personality disorder. Couple that with repeated trauma and excessive stress in his adolescence it was only a matter of time before his mental state snapped. I guess ultimately it’s like Kenny Ackerman once said “everyone’s a slave to something”. I think that’s the point the ending wasn’t supposed to be satisfying. Eren was always a flawed character I think the fault was with us, we idolize and got attached to Eren when we shouldn’t of. Isayama wrote Eren not as a noble character but one driven by his wrath, rage, fear and obsession. Look I’m not to happy with the ending, I originally hated it as well and even went as far as to rant about it online but I think at the end of the day the end is the end I think we should move on. A far better use of our time and energy would be to analyze this story and it’s themes

      Linus ChenLinus ChenСаат мурун
    • Yes especially like for example a lot of anime only fans are big on the "eren baby daddy" theory even with mappa cutting out stuff related to the subplot. Going to be a lot of people disappointed and confused when they find out.

      Ian WeberIan WeberКүн мурун
  • IM IN DISBELIEF RN

    ari _ari _3 күн мурун
  • this didn't age well, kek

    Justin_YJustin_Y3 күн мурун
  • well....

    OrionOrion3 күн мурун
  • you either die a hero or live long enough to become a pigeon

    beytrodbeytrod3 күн мурун
    • TATACAW

      RezieRezie12 саат мурун
    • 🕊️

      Just some bird without a mustacheJust some bird without a mustache2 күн мурун
    • Lol

      Cloud SmilesCloud Smiles2 күн мурун
  • bruh

    Igor N.Igor N.3 күн мурун
  • anyone else here after the manga lol

    PaendeoPaendeo3 күн мурун
  • I bet you feel dumb now don't you after 139

    Electronic WoodElectronic Wood3 күн мурун
  • This aged like milk

    Katon KKaton K3 күн мурун
    • @Linus Chen NO. big DISAGREE W U there. One of the reasons why ppl are mad at retconned eren is his out of nowhere love for mikasa, that was a CHEAP way to finish the story too, the author presented strong themes that in the end just thrown in the window like it doesn't even matter! Another cheap route done by the author is ymir wanting to see eremika to solve all this? like seriously? I agree that freedom/world war/racism cannot be achieved/solved, nobody could even in the modern day, but it was represented poorly in the story. I agree with the rumbling BUT IT SHOULD FAIL before it even reached another country it should be stopped! genocide is never an answer, that makes eren's character hypocrite, that solution is MORE OF A REVENGE (actually not really since he killed his own mom, doesn't make sense) I still stand by the ALL ELDIANS DIE ending, the author forgot to put an emphasis to ymir sacrificing for 2000 years JFC she just disappeared? i really thought historia's baby would be the last descendant of THE ELDIAN LINEAGE (it would be better to have ONE ELDIAN SPARED TO BE ALIVE and have a twist that all eldians memory/history is within him and had a sensation of never ending nightmare) Lastly, like why are the characters in the ending so nonchalant and seemed happy when literally the reason they are alive ís because of the BLOOD OF SEA created by their friend? likeeee there's no remorse on them?

      i feel sunnyi feel sunnyСаат мурун
    • Disagree. Yes it has it’s flaws and issues but I think that the point the ending is supposed to be disappointing. I think Isayama wanted the ending to confound us and leave us saying “what the hell?!?” This show has always been a commentary and allegory for the flaws of humanity and it’s nature. Ultimately I think it stays true to the theme by showing that no matter what we do true freedom is simply unattainable. I don’t think Eren being a clueless slave to fate was outta nowhere. Call me a arrogant smartass but I think it was pretty clear that Eren was a unwilling slave to fate since the time travel reveal. Even his founding design is a hint at this, he’s literally being strung up and hanged by strings does that look free to you? Not to mention I there’s a pretty reasonable explanation for Eren’s behavior and that he developed multiple personality disorder or a extreme fictional version of bipolar disorder. This hypothesis is not without basis either, Eren was shown to have always been screwed up in the head since childhood he killed two men without remorse so likely a form of anti-social personality disorder. Couple that with repeated trauma and excessive stress in his adolescence it was only a matter of time before his mental state snapped. I guess ultimately it’s like Kenny Ackerman once said “everyone’s a slave to something”. I think that’s the point the ending wasn’t supposed to be satisfying. Eren was always a flawed character I think the fault was with us, we idolize and got attached to Eren when we shouldn’t of. Isayama wrote Eren not as a noble character but one driven by his wrath, rage, fear and obsession. Look I’m not to happy with the ending, I originally hated it as well and even went as far as to rant about it online but I think at the end of the day the end is the end I think we should move on. A far better use of our time and energy would be to analyze this story and it’s themes

      Linus ChenLinus ChenСаат мурун
    • @i feel sunny This is my last simp war🤡🤡

      Katon KKaton K2 күн мурун
    • (yams)he needs some milk! sksksksks

      i feel sunnyi feel sunny3 күн мурун
  • Yeh about this bro u might have to specify this as pre rumbling eren

    Nguyen DNguyen D3 күн мурун
  • Can anyone share their thoughts on why they dislike the ending? Not trying to go against opinions, just genuinely curious which points were disliked. I wanna know other people's perspectives haha

    blue blueblue blue3 күн мурун
    • @Petra Disagree. Yes it has it’s flaws and issues but I think that the point the ending is supposed to be disappointing. I think Isayama wanted the ending to confound us and leave us saying “what the hell?!?” This show has always been a commentary and allegory for the flaws of humanity and it’s nature. Ultimately I think it stays true to the theme by showing that no matter what we do true freedom is simply unattainable. I don’t think Eren being a clueless slave to fate was outta nowhere. Call me a arrogant smartass but I think it was pretty clear that Eren was a unwilling slave to fate since the time travel reveal. Even his founding design is a hint at this, he’s literally being strung up and hanged by strings does that look free to you? Not to mention I there’s a pretty reasonable explanation for Eren’s behavior and that he developed multiple personality disorder or a extreme fictional version of bipolar disorder. This hypothesis is not without basis either, Eren was shown to have always been screwed up in the head since childhood he killed two men without remorse so likely a form of anti-social personality disorder. Couple that with repeated trauma and excessive stress in his adolescence it was only a matter of time before his mental state snapped. I guess ultimately it’s like Kenny Ackerman once said “everyone’s a slave to something”. I think that’s the point the ending wasn’t supposed to be satisfying. Eren was always a flawed character I think the fault was with us, we idolize and got attached to Eren when we shouldn’t of. Isayama wrote Eren not as a noble character but one driven by his wrath, rage, fear and obsession. Look I’m not to happy with the ending, I originally hated it as well and even went as far as to rant about it online but I think at the end of the day the end is the end I think we should move on. A far better use of our time and energy would be to analyze this story and it’s themes

      Linus ChenLinus ChenСаат мурун
    • I've a few reasons : 1. Eren is just so weird now, that person who was like tatakae for 138 chapters just suddenly went like "no I love Mikasa I don't wanna fight anymore" 2. Eren killing his mother to motivate himself is a plot hole. 3. How did Mikasa reach the Island, did she use worm kun to ride back there, did she walk all the way from the port to Paradis? Who allowed her to go through anyways? Another plot hole 4. Reiner sniffing Historia's letter.... I don't need to explain 5. What happened to Ymir and worm kun? Maybe Ymir left in a way that makes sense, what about worm kun? It's not related to eren's death. 6. Armin has turned himself into naruto, talks his way out of literally everything, he did not develop as a character. 7. It's not about the conflict not ending, but now Paradis in 50 years are most likely going to get wiped out by the rest of the world, eren pulling a lelouch did nothing. Honestly, I just couldn't really enjoy the ending, the only parts that I liked were connie's mother finally coming back and Levi saluting the other dead characters, I also kind of wished for Ymir to meet Historia just like how everyone else got to see their dead comrades.

      Nostalgic PersonNostalgic Person2 күн мурун
    • Go on r/titanfolk

      OctaneOctane2 күн мурун
    • too many plotholes to put it short, also, they massacred Eren's character and the buildup

      PetraPetra3 күн мурун
    • @blue blue The problem with the first part is that, while yes they won't be able to go to war right away, there is not a single living person that didn't lose someone to the Rumbling. So the people of the world will never forget about that slaughter and will want revenge. Plus, there is the point that the yeagerists are in power in Eldia, so the world knows that while the leader (Eren) is dead, his follower, and with that his goals, are still alive and stronger than ever. At the same time, the yeagerists didn't manage to kill every enemy, so they, with control of the military of Eldia, will be pushing for war. The end result is that while you might have "peace" for a few years. There will be a war eventually, and that war is unlikely to stop for a long time.

      Night HunterNight Hunter3 күн мурун
  • Man, this aged like a fine ranch dressing

    BasicSIDBasicSID3 күн мурун
  • Even in the end, Eren said that he would have always strived for the Rumbling, had it known if his plan would have worked or not. Because he always and will always yearn for freedom.

    ClydeClyde3 күн мурун
  • “Morally questionable” *laughs in Liberio battle and Rumbling*

    Nevan.30Nevan.303 күн мурун
  • DAHAHAHAH!!? SOUL MADE A VIDEO!! WHAT A SLOPPY VIDEO ESSAYIST!!!

    A real shin megoomi tensay gameA real shin megoomi tensay game3 күн мурун
  • lol

    brooke culpepperbrooke culpepper3 күн мурун
  • I actually can't stand Ymir

    eysshhheysshhh3 күн мурун
    • Ymir loves bondage.

      Return of The Green ElephantReturn of The Green Elephant2 күн мурун
  • never seen any character just like even.

    eysshhheysshhh3 күн мурун
  • This video did not age well...

    ShanShan3 күн мурун
  • It all returns to nothing, It all comes TUMBLING DOWN TUMBLING DOWN TUMBLING DOWN

    KnowDudeKnowDude3 күн мурун
  • More like the stupidity of Eren Jaegers character...

    Dee MacDee Mac3 күн мурун
    • @Just some bird without a mustache he writing the same shit in all the comments

      Saloni VermaSaloni VermaСаат мурун
    • @Linus Chen wtf with this long boring essay you arrogant smartass

      Just some bird without a mustacheJust some bird without a mustacheСаат мурун
    • Disagree. Yes it has it’s flaws and issues but I think that the point the ending is supposed to be disappointing. I think Isayama wanted the ending to confound us and leave us saying “what the hell?!?” This show has always been a commentary and allegory for the flaws of humanity and it’s nature. Ultimately I think it stays true to the theme by showing that no matter what we do true freedom is simply unattainable. I don’t think Eren being a clueless slave to fate was outta nowhere. Call me a arrogant smartass but I think it was pretty clear that Eren was a unwilling slave to fate since the time travel reveal. Even his founding design is a hint at this, he’s literally being strung up and hanged by strings does that look free to you? Not to mention I there’s a pretty reasonable explanation for Eren’s behavior and that he developed multiple personality disorder or a extreme fictional version of bipolar disorder. This hypothesis is not without basis either, Eren was shown to have always been screwed up in the head since childhood he killed two men without remorse so likely a form of anti-social personality disorder. Couple that with repeated trauma and excessive stress in his adolescence it was only a matter of time before his mental state snapped. I guess ultimately it’s like Kenny Ackerman once said “everyone’s a slave to something”. I think that’s the point the ending wasn’t supposed to be satisfying. Eren was always a flawed character I think the fault was with us, we idolize and got attached to Eren when we shouldn’t of. Isayama wrote Eren not as a noble character but one driven by his wrath, rage, fear and obsession. Look I’m not to happy with the ending, I originally hated it as well and even went as far as to rant about it online but I think at the end of the day the end is the end I think we should move on. A far better use of our time and energy would be to analyze this story and it’s themes

      Linus ChenLinus ChenСаат мурун
    • 🕊️

      Just some bird without a mustacheJust some bird without a mustache2 күн мурун
  • Even aaron yogurt is much more better than him

    ri fairi fai4 күн мурун
  • How incel eren yeger as a character Nah, i fix it for you

    ri fairi fai4 күн мурун
    • Disagree. Yes it has it’s flaws and issues but I think that the point the ending is supposed to be disappointing. I think Isayama wanted the ending to confound us and leave us saying “what the hell?!?” This show has always been a commentary and allegory for the flaws of humanity and it’s nature. Ultimately I think it stays true to the theme by showing that no matter what we do true freedom is simply unattainable. I don’t think Eren being a clueless slave to fate was outta nowhere. Call me a arrogant smartass but I think it was pretty clear that Eren was a unwilling slave to fate since the time travel reveal. Even his founding design is a hint at this, he’s literally being strung up and hanged by strings does that look free to you? Not to mention I there’s a pretty reasonable explanation for Eren’s behavior and that he developed multiple personality disorder or a extreme fictional version of bipolar disorder. This hypothesis is not without basis either, Eren was shown to have always been screwed up in the head since childhood he killed two men without remorse so likely a form of anti-social personality disorder. Couple that with repeated trauma and excessive stress in his adolescence it was only a matter of time before his mental state snapped. I guess ultimately it’s like Kenny Ackerman once said “everyone’s a slave to something”. I think that’s the point the ending wasn’t supposed to be satisfying. Eren was always a flawed character I think the fault was with us, we idolize and got attached to Eren when we shouldn’t of. Isayama wrote Eren not as a noble character but one driven by his wrath, rage, fear and obsession. Look I’m not to happy with the ending, I originally hated it as well and even went as far as to rant about it online but I think at the end of the day the end is the end I think we should move on. A far better use of our time and energy would be to analyze this story and it’s themes

      Linus ChenLinus ChenСаат мурун
  • All of this thrown in the GARBAGE. Why the fuck would Isayama ruin such an incredible character like that. With GoT we had time to prepare since the whole last season was bad so we saw it coming from a mile away but this was done in ONE chapter... WTF

    InspekticalInspektical4 күн мурун
    • @Linus Chen I'm gonna write an ending so shitty to remind people that the word isn't fair - Isayama, probably

      alligatorsky98alligatorsky98Саат мурун
    • Disagree. Yes it has it’s flaws and issues but I think that the point the ending is supposed to be disappointing. I think Isayama wanted the ending to confound us and leave us saying “what the hell?!?” This show has always been a commentary and allegory for the flaws of humanity and it’s nature. Ultimately I think it stays true to the theme by showing that no matter what we do true freedom is simply unattainable. I don’t think Eren being a clueless slave to fate was outta nowhere. Call me a arrogant smartass but I think it was pretty clear that Eren was a unwilling slave to fate since the time travel reveal. Even his founding design is a hint at this, he’s literally being strung up and hanged by strings does that look free to you? Not to mention I there’s a pretty reasonable explanation for Eren’s behavior and that he developed multiple personality disorder or a extreme fictional version of bipolar disorder. This hypothesis is not without basis either, Eren was shown to have always been screwed up in the head since childhood he killed two men without remorse so likely a form of anti-social personality disorder. Couple that with repeated trauma and excessive stress in his adolescence it was only a matter of time before his mental state snapped. I guess ultimately it’s like Kenny Ackerman once said “everyone’s a slave to something”. I think that’s the point the ending wasn’t supposed to be satisfying. Eren was always a flawed character I think the fault was with us, we idolize and got attached to Eren when we shouldn’t of. Isayama wrote Eren not as a noble character but one driven by his wrath, rage, fear and obsession. Look I’m not to happy with the ending, I originally hated it as well and even went as far as to rant about it online but I think at the end of the day the end is the end I think we should move on. A far better use of our time and energy would be to analyze this story and it’s themes

      Linus ChenLinus ChenСаат мурун
    • @Inspektical Only Ymir knows lmao

      alligatorsky98alligatorsky986 саат мурун
    • @__ Everything after chapter 123 was trash except maybe 130 and 131

      JargaJarga2 күн мурун
    • @Inspektical I get your opinion, I can see why you think that. Personally saw his whining as a sign of him finally being free from the Titan powers and being able to act on his own, but I understand why people think it's out of characters.

      Lets Get FluffyLets Get Fluffy3 күн мурун
  • Same energy like that guy boasting about buying pizza for ten bitcoins

    25th Turtle25th Turtle4 күн мурун
    • @Just some bird without a mustache Cawww cawww Mikasa

      Cloud SmilesCloud SmilesКүн мурун
    • 🕊️

      Just some bird without a mustacheJust some bird without a mustache2 күн мурун
    • Lmao nice pfp. Might as well change your name to simp Erin.

      Cloud SmilesCloud Smiles2 күн мурун
  • tataCAW! tataCAW!

    REEEREEE4 күн мурун
    • 🕊️

      Just some bird without a mustacheJust some bird without a mustache2 күн мурун
  • "Years of Academy training wasted" - Chapter 139 in a nutshell

    SpencerStumblerSpencerStumbler4 күн мурун
    • Disagree. Yes it has it’s flaws and issues but I think that the point the ending is supposed to be disappointing. I think Isayama wanted the ending to confound us and leave us saying “what the hell?!?” This show has always been a commentary and allegory for the flaws of humanity and it’s nature. Ultimately I think it stays true to the theme by showing that no matter what we do true freedom is simply unattainable. I don’t think Eren being a clueless slave to fate was outta nowhere. Call me a arrogant smartass but I think it was pretty clear that Eren was a unwilling slave to fate since the time travel reveal. Even his founding design is a hint at this, he’s literally being strung up and hanged by strings does that look free to you? Not to mention I there’s a pretty reasonable explanation for Eren’s behavior and that he developed multiple personality disorder or a extreme fictional version of bipolar disorder. This hypothesis is not without basis either, Eren was shown to have always been screwed up in the head since childhood he killed two men without remorse so likely a form of anti-social personality disorder. Couple that with repeated trauma and excessive stress in his adolescence it was only a matter of time before his mental state snapped. I guess ultimately it’s like Kenny Ackerman once said “everyone’s a slave to something”. I think that’s the point the ending wasn’t supposed to be satisfying. Eren was always a flawed character I think the fault was with us, we idolize and got attached to Eren when we shouldn’t of. Isayama wrote Eren not as a noble character but one driven by his wrath, rage, fear and obsession. Look I’m not to happy with the ending, I originally hated it as well and even went as far as to rant about it online but I think at the end of the day the end is the end I think we should move on. A far better use of our time and energy would be to analyze this story and it’s themes

      Linus ChenLinus ChenСаат мурун
  • This didn’t age well...

    Chicken nuggetChicken nugget4 күн мурун
  • You either die a chad or live long enough to become npc incel

    Omio RahmanOmio Rahman4 күн мурун
  • This didn't age well

    CarneiroCarneiro4 күн мурун
  • what did you say again?

    uganda cumhurbaşkanı başbakanıuganda cumhurbaşkanı başbakanı4 күн мурун
  • I wish this still held up

    MeepsakesMeepsakes4 күн мурун
  • Chapter 1-138 Eren Yeager >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 139 Eren Yeagar

    MalcoPolo ArtMalcoPolo Art4 күн мурун
    • Aaron Yogurt.

      Just Some Guy with an Invisible MoustacheJust Some Guy with an Invisible Moustache3 күн мурун
    • @A real shin megoomi tensay game or anime original ending

      Wyatt Christian PiniliWyatt Christian Pinili3 күн мурун
    • This series ended on the FREEDOM panel in 131

      A real shin megoomi tensay gameA real shin megoomi tensay game3 күн мурун
    • Aaron is truly a lot better than eren

      αиιмє ιѕ lαιfυαиιмє ιѕ lαιfυ4 күн мурун
    • @arumin 1-131 for me

      EZEQUIEL ROLDÀNEZEQUIEL ROLDÀN4 күн мурун
  • Felt like Eren in season 2s last episode when he broke down, knowing I was real invested only to be left very confused. I don't hate the ending but, I don't know how to feel anymore.

    Um KUm K4 күн мурун
    • @αиιмє ιѕ lαιfυ exactly, Erens character was made a lot more confusing with his motivations and stuff, since a few chapters before he was happy about bring "free" during the rumbling, and just his dialouge throughout. I think that bothers me the most of it all, and perhaps somewhat that he's seen as a hero despite killing almost everyone on the planet. Idk it just doesn't make sense to me

      Um KUm K3 күн мурун
    • Same. I don't really hate it either. That mikasa bit in eren's dialogue, was it to show that he is not really someone who's perfect and selfless enough to sacrifice himself for what he thinks is right? to show that he is not really that righteous or smthn and he also has his own selfish wants ? That was how I perceived it but still, I also think it was forced. I never felt that Eren was really interested in Mikasa at all while the story was progressing, I felt like it was just thrown in there out of nowhere.

      blue blueblue blue3 күн мурун
    • @αиιмє ιѕ lαιfυ ikr, it seems ooc. I mean this is the same character who threatened Grisha to kill all the Reiss family all menacingly saying stuff like We nEeD tO keeP MoVinG ForWarD tO AveNge TheM

      Jen L.Jen L.4 күн мурун
    • Tbh the thing that turned me off in that ending is eren's dialogue about mikasa, it feels forced(for me) wish it could've been handled better

      αиιмє ιѕ lαιfυαиιмє ιѕ lαιfυ4 күн мурун
    • same :/

      Jen L.Jen L.4 күн мурун
  • Oh boy did we have it comin season 4 aint no genius now

    TimmyTabulousTimmyTabulous4 күн мурун
  • This physically hurts to watch again...

    Alaoui91Alaoui914 күн мурун
    • It's like Eren from ch 1-131 didn't exist at all. I am so FUCKING sad.

      ____3 күн мурун
  • Gives me Jaimie Lannister flashbacks. Eren: I never cared about the people Paradis. Innocent or otheriwse

    Insert NameInsert Name4 күн мурун
    • Wow... that's actually a perfect comparison. Both are characters who went through massive developments and were examples of great character writing, until the writers completely retconned their character motivations and changes and reverted them back to their former selves. A literal devolution of their characters.

      Emanuel CasasEmanuel Casas4 күн мурун
  • Now do a video called the Comedy of Eren's Jaegar's character

    Insert NameInsert Name4 күн мурун
  • *curb your enthusiasm*

    DD4 күн мурун
  • I used to think Attack on Titan was a tragedy but now I realized it's a comedy.

    ShaDeOpShaDeOp4 күн мурун
  • This hurts to watch now.

    StSt4 күн мурун
  • Eren turned out to be Akihiko Kayaba from SAO. He forgot why he committed genocide LMAO

    Astrid ParungaoAstrid Parungao4 күн мурун
    • Disagree. Yes it has it’s flaws and issues but I think that the point the ending is supposed to be disappointing. I think Isayama wanted the ending to confound us and leave us saying “what the hell?!?” This show has always been a commentary and allegory for the flaws of humanity and it’s nature. Ultimately I think it stays true to the theme by showing that no matter what we do true freedom is simply unattainable. I don’t think Eren being a clueless slave to fate was outta nowhere. Call me a arrogant smartass but I think it was pretty clear that Eren was a unwilling slave to fate since the time travel reveal. Even his founding design is a hint at this, he’s literally being strung up and hanged by strings does that look free to you? Not to mention I there’s a pretty reasonable explanation for Eren’s behavior and that he developed multiple personality disorder or a extreme fictional version of bipolar disorder. This hypothesis is not without basis either, Eren was shown to have always been screwed up in the head since childhood he killed two men without remorse so likely a form of anti-social personality disorder. Couple that with repeated trauma and excessive stress in his adolescence it was only a matter of time before his mental state snapped. I guess ultimately it’s like Kenny Ackerman once said “everyone’s a slave to something”. I think that’s the point the ending wasn’t supposed to be satisfying. Eren was always a flawed character I think the fault was with us, we idolize and got attached to Eren when we shouldn’t of. Isayama wrote Eren not as a noble character but one driven by his wrath, rage, fear and obsession. Look I’m not to happy with the ending, I originally hated it as well and even went as far as to rant about it online but I think at the end of the day the end is the end I think we should move on. A far better use of our time and energy would be to analyze this story and it’s themes

      Linus ChenLinus ChenСаат мурун
    • Eren kinda forgot yeah

      Omio RahmanOmio Rahman4 күн мурун
  • KEKW

    Ich IelIch Iel4 күн мурун
  • **fans analyzing eren** Isayama : lmao no

    LIEBERTLIEBERT4 күн мурун
    • Disagree. Yes it has it’s flaws and issues but I think that the point the ending is supposed to be disappointing. I think Isayama wanted the ending to confound us and leave us saying “what the hell?!?” This show has always been a commentary and allegory for the flaws of humanity and it’s nature. Ultimately I think it stays true to the theme by showing that no matter what we do true freedom is simply unattainable. I don’t think Eren being a clueless slave to fate was outta nowhere. Call me a arrogant smartass but I think it was pretty clear that Eren was a unwilling slave to fate since the time travel reveal. Even his founding design is a hint at this, he’s literally being strung up and hanged by strings does that look free to you? Not to mention I there’s a pretty reasonable explanation for Eren’s behavior and that he developed multiple personality disorder or a extreme fictional version of bipolar disorder. This hypothesis is not without basis either, Eren was shown to have always been screwed up in the head since childhood he killed two men without remorse so likely a form of anti-social personality disorder. Couple that with repeated trauma and excessive stress in his adolescence it was only a matter of time before his mental state snapped. I guess ultimately it’s like Kenny Ackerman once said “everyone’s a slave to something”. I think that’s the point the ending wasn’t supposed to be satisfying. Eren was always a flawed character I think the fault was with us, we idolize and got attached to Eren when we shouldn’t of. Isayama wrote Eren not as a noble character but one driven by his wrath, rage, fear and obsession. Look I’m not to happy with the ending, I originally hated it as well and even went as far as to rant about it online but I think at the end of the day the end is the end I think we should move on. A far better use of our time and energy would be to analyze this story and it’s themes

      Linus ChenLinus ChenСаат мурун
    • We are clowns lol

      ____3 күн мурун
  • TIME TO DISLIKE AFTER CHAPTER 139

    İTAATKAR SORGULAMAYAN VATANDAŞİTAATKAR SORGULAMAYAN VATANDAŞ4 күн мурун
    • Don't do it it's not his fault

      Boby NcBobBoby NcBob2 күн мурун
    • Disliking won't work . Only a total boycott and substitution of the genre can work

      Omio RahmanOmio Rahman4 күн мурун
  • Clown 🤡

    Chad WojakChad Wojak4 күн мурун
    • Nah, he's the entire circus

      Insert NameInsert Name4 күн мурун
  • well...

    TC drawsTC draws4 күн мурун
  • I feel in a small camp watching this, because I liked Eren's character early on; granted, a large part of this is due to the phenomenal job the Japanese voice actor did instilling raw rage into Eren's lines. Eren always came off as fury personified, which is what made watching someone so desperate to do the right thing struggle as shit keeps piling stop him s on fascinating. Even when Eren becomes a Titan his sole goal is annihilating the Titans, but that nature becomes the core of suspicion against him, an impediment toward his goal, and, oddly for him, his ticket into the big leagues all at the same time. It's initially his drive that drew me in, but the afterthought that keeps me loving his arc.

    MachineGodGamingMachineGodGaming4 күн мурун
  • After that latest chapter...yikes

    Abhi ChakladarAbhi Chakladar4 күн мурун
  • how the tables have turned

    aigusuneaigusune4 күн мурун
  • PLEASE TELL ME IT WAS A LATE REALLY BAD APRIL FOOL'S JOKE PLEASE TELL ME IT WAS A LATE REALLY BAD APRIL FOOL'S JOKE PLEASE TELL ME IT WAS A LATE REALLY BAD APRIL FOOL'S JOKE PLEASE TELL ME IT WAS A LATE REALLY BAD APRIL FOOL'S JOKE PLEASE TELL ME IT WAS A LATE REALLY BAD APRIL FOOL'S JOKE PLEASE TELL ME IT WAS A LATE REALLY BAD APRIL FOOL'S JOKE PLEASE TELL ME IT WAS A LATE REALLY BAD APRIL FOOL'S JOKE PLEASE TELL ME IT WAS A LATE REALLY BAD APRIL FOOL'S JOKE PLLEEEAAAASEEEEEE ISAYAMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

    Z'Vac ProductionsZ'Vac Productions4 күн мурун
    • @Spiritual9 MOREE MOREE

      Ali RafayAli Rafay3 күн мурун
    • You need to chill with that Copium

      Spiritual9Spiritual94 күн мурун
    • He finished drawing the chapter on April 1st so yes.

      Insert NameInsert Name4 күн мурун
    • @Unknownplayer you right it not that bad but i am disappointed

      XxcoltxxXxcoltxx4 күн мурун
    • @Unknownplayer yes.... yes it was

      MKLORDMKLORD4 күн мурун
  • In the end, Eren reached out through the paths and held Historia's hand as the farmer rearranged her insides

    Tyler HansenTyler Hansen4 күн мурун
    • Lmaooo

      Arys KevinArys Kevin22 саат мурун
    • Hahaha

      Thedangerfloof2Thedangerfloof24 күн мурун
  • AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHQHQHQHAQHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHASHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAJHAHAHAHHSLMFAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

    ShxvvShxvv4 күн мурун
    • pain.

      ShxvvShxvv4 күн мурун
  • LAUGHS BECAUSE ALL OF THIS GOT THROWN OUT IN 139 LMFAOOOOO

    ChrisppChrispp4 күн мурун
    • Disagree. Yes it has it’s flaws and issues but I think that the point the ending is supposed to be disappointing. I think Isayama wanted the ending to confound us and leave us saying “what the hell?!?” This show has always been a commentary and allegory for the flaws of humanity and it’s nature. Ultimately I think it stays true to the theme by showing that no matter what we do true freedom is simply unattainable. I don’t think Eren being a clueless slave to fate was outta nowhere. Call me a arrogant smartass but I think it was pretty clear that Eren was a unwilling slave to fate since the time travel reveal. Even his founding design is a hint at this, he’s literally being strung up and hanged by strings does that look free to you? Not to mention I there’s a pretty reasonable explanation for Eren’s behavior and that he developed multiple personality disorder or a extreme fictional version of bipolar disorder. This hypothesis is not without basis either, Eren was shown to have always been screwed up in the head since childhood he killed two men without remorse so likely a form of anti-social personality disorder. Couple that with repeated trauma and excessive stress in his adolescence it was only a matter of time before his mental state snapped. I guess ultimately it’s like Kenny Ackerman once said “everyone’s a slave to something”. I think that’s the point the ending wasn’t supposed to be satisfying. Eren was always a flawed character I think the fault was with us, we idolize and got attached to Eren when we shouldn’t of. Isayama wrote Eren not as a noble character but one driven by his wrath, rage, fear and obsession. Look I’m not to happy with the ending, I originally hated it as well and even went as far as to rant about it online but I think at the end of the day the end is the end I think we should move on. A far better use of our time and energy would be to analyze this story and it’s themes

      Linus ChenLinus ChenСаат мурун
    • The manga ended at ch 131.

      ____3 күн мурун
  • well...

    charmcharm4 күн мурун
  • Something keeps me up at night, do you guys think zeke reincarnated as a MONKE?????? HAHAHAHAHAHSKSKSKSKSK

    i feel sunnyi feel sunny5 күн мурун
  • yeah after the series ending lets talk about ''The Genius of Eren Jaeger's Character'' Again :D

    Alperen AYMANAlperen AYMAN5 күн мурун
  • after 139 *DOUBT*

    REEEREEE5 күн мурун
  • This video did not age well.

    Abdulrahman AlmaneaAbdulrahman Almanea5 күн мурун
  • Guys give eren a break he forgot why he did the rumbling in the first place.

    MTM3016MTM30165 күн мурун
    • What is he? Akihiko Kayaba from SAO 😂

      Astrid ParungaoAstrid Parungao4 күн мурун
    • He did it for the lols

      aruminarumin4 күн мурун
    • dementiaaron yogurt

      gaagle bossgaagle boss4 күн мурун
  • After watching this i realise the only reason i hated eren was because my ideology of eren didn't turn out to be like him and i disliked that which made me turn to dislike him. I still say i dropped the anime though because... *go read the fucking manga*

    ArisAris5 күн мурун
  • Lol these people should stop hating on Eren and instead of Isayama, he's the one who fucked up one of the best written mcs in just one chapter, fuck Hacksayama

    GabyGaby5 күн мурун
    • @Omio Rahman Nigga don't act like the story wasn't good prior to the bad final chapter, lmao stfu

      OctaneOctane2 күн мурун
    • I love to think of it as the editors and kodonsha changing the ending so that they can milk money from it as no sane author would want to have his work butchered up like this

      MeloneMelone3 күн мурун
    • Pretend that the manga ended at ch 123

      ____3 күн мурун
    • Don't forget about how he wrote the last 1-131 chapters tho it was a bomb(exclude 126 it was just so weird)

      αиιмє ιѕ lαιfυαиιмє ιѕ lαιfυ4 күн мурун
    • @Omio Rahman Ok, I can tell you were an ex fan who now resents the show because of how bad the last arc was and I can't blame you but the writing in the first 123 chapters were undeniably good in my opinion, maybe not incredibly revolutionary or never done before but still done well, of course until the final arc where everything went to shit. Also I have Code Geass in my watch list I hear it's great so I'll try to get to it soon. From my understanding the protagonist Lelouch was written very similarly to Eren, hence why fans started calling chapter 139 Eren Dollar Store Lelouch.

      Emanuel CasasEmanuel Casas4 күн мурун
  • I absolutely refuse to believe this what isayama wanted for the ending it makes no sense nothing leads up to a peace and eren becoming a Yandere tsudere incel obsessed with mikasa....he's a corner store Lelouch and he didn't even succeed HE FAILED

    aruminarumin5 күн мурун
    • Coonsoome product get excited for new products

      Omio RahmanOmio Rahman4 күн мурун
    • EREN IS WALMART LELOUCH AHAAAAAASKSKSKSKSKS

      i feel sunnyi feel sunny5 күн мурун
    • lord Isayama can do no wrong.

      Kobi-Wan AenobiKobi-Wan Aenobi5 күн мурун
  • This aged like milk.

    PelagionPelagion5 күн мурун
  • Incel eren incel eren incel eren incel eren incel eren incel eren incel eren incel eren incel eren incel eren incel eren incel eren incel eren incel eren incel eren incel eren incel eren incel eren Hahahahhahahahahahahahahahahahahhahahahahahahahahahhahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahhahahahahahahahahahah🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

    potato manpotato man5 күн мурун
    • The whole world is laughing

      Omio RahmanOmio Rahman4 күн мурун
  • This aged well. ENTER, INCELren

    LironScatterGunLironScatterGun5 күн мурун
  • Delete this

    gardo vgardo v5 күн мурун
  • Me after chapter 139: 🤡

    HerikzoonHHerikzoonH5 күн мурун
  • This is embarrassing to watch

    Object OrientedObject Oriented5 күн мурун