Last edited by BobobVanBlob; March 06, 2014 at 10:55 AM.
I just read 55. So basically Erwin tells Pixie that his father knew about the true story of humanity, then they torture that guy who spits out everything he knows. Also Armin is going crazy and it's implied that there's a lot of political stuff incoming with Historia getting on the throne and her family being the true royalty.
Interesting chapter, but I thought it lacked content.
Armin's starting to lose it?
Guys, we'll be getting a extra chapter in the next few days, it will be focusing on Reiner and co. Confirmed from Isayama on his blog.
Anyway, it's certainly a chapter full of moral doubts all around. Armin & co are undergoing a bit of a moral dilema here - Armin does say "We're not really such good guys any longer", which I guess says a lot... And then there's Sannes who has apparently been killing people all his life to uphold the peace within the wall, but can only do so by clinging to the belief that the peace of the wall must be protected and that he has comrades who shares his will to do everything in their power to protect that as well... But part of that beleif of his is apparently shattered when his "comrade" not only easily spills everything he knows after losing only one nail, but also rejects Sannes determination as "that guy just doing whatever he wants" <_<.
So... Historia, the new queen? Long live the queen, I guess? ^_-. I wonder whether she'll like that idea though...
Last edited by DarkLordOfKichiku; March 06, 2014 at 06:44 PM.
What was that other person creating?Anybody have an idea?
I like this chapter. A lot of which is expected since a long time ago really, but the confirmation is more than satisfying. Only I wonder what the event could be that gave the Scouting Legion a firm standing ground within the society, something that the MP admits failing to suppress before it grew so big.
Does anybody remember if Annie were held captive specifically by the MP or the Scouting Legion? Or did it not say? I have a feeling she could be killed if she ever did find herself out of the crystal. Erwin suggests the higher-ups want Eren to themselves, simply said for their own safety. While Annie does display the (more or less confirmed to be the same) kind of power Eren has, they won't so readily trust and use her for their own cause, especially when they are unlikely to find leverage on Annie, as opposed to Eren.
Last edited by Utsune; March 06, 2014 at 07:56 PM.