Use these free images for your websites, art projects, reports, and Powerpoint presentations! None can be used for any purpose whatsoever without written permission from TattooNOW and the Tattoo Artist. There comes a time when a filler at the right time with the right execution can fill a gap that the source material had with emphasis on the core themes in the show. To say that the retrieval of Eren is a compensation for their failure to capture the Female Titan just sounds so incredibly wrong.
The slow motion Petra dumping (oh God that sounds bad T_T) feels a bit more iffy as it hits viewers at their soft spot mercilessly trying to create even more dread. In the end, I think for an emotionally impactful such as this one, I’d leave it up to my own emotions without delving too deep into it critically.
This entry was posted in Shingeki no Kyojin (Attack on Titan) and tagged crying, despair, dumping bodies, filler, injured, moving on, ownage, salt in wounds by Entrav Riccardo. That part where you realize that its Petra rolling out and Levi’s looking on, that was the most important part in the episode. The part where Petra’s father approached Levi would have lost a lot of impact without that scene.
The part where the father approaches levi is in the manga, it’s pretty much 100% the same ( the scene ) .
And then he begins talking to Levi about the respect his daughter has for him, and selling his daughter’s good points. Agh, yeah, that’s a big complaint coming from most manga readers that Mikasa is far too moe. Well, it kind of goes back to the way she has been throughout the anime, but her looks, the way she acts, and how the anime highlights her cute side is not sticking to the original source material where she is a lot less so.
I agree with you to a certain extent, but for me, it also made me feel like it was a cheap shot which took me out of the emotional ride for a bit.
Anyway, as for the rest of this, we really get to see what a toll this war is taking on the Recon Corps as well as the their families.
The march of them going through the city as they’re being ridiculed by the citizens was just one of the hardest things to look out.
I won’t talk much more about Petra since many already have, but yeah the scene with her body and her father coming at the end was hard. So, what shall happen next now that the Recon Corp has returned in shame and Eren is to be handed over to the Royal Police where he’s going to be dissected, vivisected, and all around killed. She appeared strong because everyone else at Trost were wimps and useless junk ready to just be eaten. The showcase of Levi’s skill was necessary in this battle because fans in japan wanted to witness his might.
The nips would send death threats to Isayama ( the Author ) if she was relegated to typical female character.
Evilnemesis already explained the part about experience and skill so i won’t go into that. I also liked how Levi’s fighting style uses the high ground, whilst Mikasa goes for continual gas ejection for smooth, fast speed. I have no immediate negative bias towards fillers as I think that a well executed one can be just as necessary as following the source material without them. The Scout Corps have been completely devastated and Eren is going to have to face judgment after this massacre. I didn’t find it to be too dramatic for my liking and it hit right where it needed to. That aside, the rest of the episode is thoroughly well done with reasonable amount of screaming and the shocked silence of everyone else that makes these emotional moments not prone to be melodramatic.
If I feel the way the show intended us to feel, which I did, then that is by and large more than enough for me to say that it’s well done. That was perfectly done create a shock and realization that you, the viewer’s rational side was ok with dumping the bodies until you saw Petra being lost then the emotional side kicked in. It takes me out of the show whenever that happens as I’m still not used to the way she acts though for anime only viewers it should be fine. In this episode, the way she looks down after Eren asks her if she rescued him again feels a lot unlike the Mikasa in the manga.


However, they do a good job with Levi’s expressions which was what made me drawn back each time. The battle moved straight onto what will happen in the next episode right away in the manga which I felt threw aside the tragic expedition too quickly.
It really drives everything home as you see the hopes and despair that these people have to go through, and the full impact of the lives that were lost. Now, I highly doubt that this is really going to occur, especially since Annie (who I am positive is the FemTitan) is the one escorting them, and there is no way Mikasa, Armin, Levi, or Erwin is going to let the friend and secret weapon they protected and sacrificed men for, go down like that. But as of yet ( the current manga chapters released ) it’s the only time where it impairs her combat ability. They state she is already leagues above other graduates, and that did show when we saw her with the elite of the wall guard in the battle of Trost. She was too moe and cute during the trost arc but i liked how they animated her this episode (22), it fitted with her character more and the way she spoke and interacted awkwardly brought her back to life to me. Going back to her reaction to Levi, although its normal for most, it doesn’t suit her character that much. When it’s quality drops it much more noticeable than other anime which have lower but more consistent quality.
Here’s where the fillers start and it will continue until near the very end when they enter the Walls. They should have known that they would go off and retrieve their friend and end up endangering everyone.
However, after looking through it a bit more, I found myself questioning whether it’s emphasizing the horror too much by rubbing more salt in our wounds to make it feel like a cheap ploy of making viewers feel absolutely terrible. The dialogue isn’t anything special, but it just feels right to me which has a lot to do with the soundtrack. Since I noticed in the last few episodes that I’m less and less affected by the deaths of so many characters I was actually fond of. This episode was pretty poignant, going to a point of depression that I have never felt before in this show. It seems time and space seems like a standstill in this series, since I thought the same thing about the Battle of Trost happening in one day. Yet, I felt the way they keep making her eyes get wider and wider with her blushing more and more often now, is taking away from her character.
Also, there’s the problem with all the Titan-hybrids running around in disguise as well.
For example, whilst her reaction to Levi skills is normal, it is just a reaction and does not really develop her character.
However, her role was to distract the Femtitan, which turned out not to be necessary (i like those little details, though I’d have preferred teamwork) so her reaction moment probably occurred in the few seconds she sorted out what to do, which was solved when she saw the opening. Shingeki has already addressed the topic of following your own judgement or following orders.
Her change depending on her emotions is a bit too black and white for my taste, although it reflects her character, that she bottles herself and the only time she shows her emotions are when she’s really emotional.
And she makes killing titans look too easy, which weakens the impact of the other characters struggles. Starting off with showing parents, grandparents, lovers, or whoever, you know that the producers are trying their very best to make us feel the utmost despair.
I mean, I’m going to repeat myself another three times before the series is over, but I cannot just ignore highlighting how suitable the soundtrack has been throughout. You will have to watch it again if you want to see if it’s truly emotional or not as a well-executed emotional ride will still be an emotional ride multiple times through.
I guess I started to use the very same method Levi is using – distancing yourself to protect your heart and soul and mind. Even when you wanted to scream at the idiocy of that one soldier who through his foolishness, not only lost his friends body, but caused several others to be lost, and cost his other friend his life as well, you really can also feel for the guy and understand that he’s not up for this anymore, that its all just become too much. This has to be one of the heaviest blows the Recon Corps has had to face, and it wasn’t even their fault. Going back to Mikasa for a second, I’m not sure if I like where her character was going this arc. As we’ve seen, depending on the situation either decision could turn out right or wrong.


I sure hope he stays one of the good guys, cuz as the anime goes on I’m respecting him more and more.
Mikasa on the other hand lets her feelings cloud her judgment as she tries to avenge the deaths of her comrades which only ends up in painful futility. Oh how painful it must be for the higher ups to endure the complaints of those who do not understand. He is the one who has the lives of many people in his hands with the burden of holding onto responsibility of valuable lives that are vanishing at his every command. The part about Petra’s father rushing up to Levi seems to just make it absurdly despairing and some may find it a bit too much so. Looking too deep into it critically may confuse you more than your feelings will as what’s emotional may not be easily explained with reason. I too agree, that Levi must be some sort of superhero, or have Sonic the Hedgehog genes or something.
Just to see the looks on their faces as they try to deal with their loss, while also trying to deal with the ingrates that mock them, or think them useless.
Will Eren, Mikasa, Armin, and some other members of the now disgraced Recon Corps now have to go rogue in order to protect Eren from the government who seem bent on his destruction?
I would have liked to have seen her contribute a little more to the fight other than watching Levi in awe and making a mistake that Levi had to save her from. I’m guessing, and a little hoping that the season finale will end in a awesome cliffhanger. With as much determination as they tried to capture Eren, I doubt they are going to give up so easily. It certainly proves why Levi is a captain and why Mikasa and the others still have a lot left to learn.
Everyone is hurting, and we can’t blame those higher up or those following orders either way. Every time a person dies, they must feel the pain almost as much as that person’s friends do. This episode gave me the time to digest things, to cry my eyes out and to re-evaluate things.
They have to somehow try to make it to that basement so I’m guessing they might have to do so against orders. According to reports, Ellie is enjoying the second weekend of the Coachella festival in California, after giving a killer performance of her own, and the inked-up singer apparently took some time out of her busy schedule to book a tattoo session at Shamrock Social Club to celebrate the event!The newest tattoo for Ellie  features an intricate black and white lotus flower inked on her right side, opposite the tiny white letter “J” tattoo she has on her left ribcage.
Armin will probably be the best in assessing situations in a logical manner, but for an all-rounded character, there can only be one who stands above anyone we’ve seen so far my a large margin. Just seeing the looks on their faces as they travel, seeing Eren crying, it was all just heartbreaking. I hate that archetype and I would be miffed beyond belief if that’s what Mikasa turns into. He can leave the ground breaking, punch missing action to Eren as he’s just phenomenal at that. Nonetheless, he realizes just how dreadful the truth actually is for his innocent mind from back when he was younger knew no such despair. Mikasa has been a great, strong, female character so far, something that is kind of rare in anime.
Woo is a fan of what he calls “the black and gray fine line,” and uses very little color in his work, which is obvious judging by Ellie’s lotus flower tat. Woo at the very same Shamrock Social Club to ink a Tibetan mantra on her wrist that translates to “jewel in the lotus.” It makes sense that Ellie would make tattoo number six a lotus flower, which has a strong symbolic meaning, and, according to Buddhist beliefs, is typically associated with enlightenment, fortune and rising above challenges.
Ellie says the unexpected breakup really “threw her off,” and, even though she started dating singer-songwriter Skrillex shortly thereafter, that relationship only lasted seven months and also ended in a split. During an interview with GQ magazine in October 2012, Ellie revealed that the heartbreak she experienced during that time influenced some of the darker themes in her second album Halcyon, but based on her new lotus flower tattoo, we have a feeling Ellie Goulding is heading for sunlight.



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