‘Attack on Titan’ season 4 episode 25 titled ‘Night of the End’ revolves around the conflicts between characters involved in the anti-Eren uprising. While Jean faces a dilemma due to his deep desire for a peaceful life and the harsh realities of the world, Mikasa internally struggles like the day to face Eren and ultimately stop his genocidal plan. Unfortunately, the past rivalry between the Marlyeans and Eldians continues to affect their current teamwork as they attempt to negotiate their reservations. Here’s everything you need to know about the ending of ‘Attack on Titan’ Season 4 Episode 25. SPOILERS AHEAD!
Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 25 Recap
After successfully rescuing Jean, Yelena, and Onyankopon from the Yaegerists, the Eldians and Marleyans, who band together to stop Eren from carrying out his genocidal plans, dine together in a jungle somewhere. Some time before, Hange had personally discussed the current scenario with Jean and Mikasa. While the latter immediately offers to help her persuade Eren not to do the unthinkable, the former has some reservations. But after Hange reminds him of the sacrifices of her dead comrades, he also agrees to join the plan.
But just before they go to dinner together, the Eldians and Marleyans, who join forces for the same reason, seem to be in conflict about teaming up with their sworn enemies. General Magath questions Hange about her sudden change of heart and also talks about his hatred of the Eldians, whom he continues to call Devils. He is convinced that he and the Marleyans were right all along about the people who lived on Paradis Island. Shocked by his snide remarks, Jean states that his people were only defending themselves against the countless Titans who deliberately sent Magath’s land to kill the Eldians.
Unfortunately, Magath Jeans didn’t care about arguments and brings up the 2000-year history of wars and bloodshed started by Ymir. Hange tries to calm things down by stating that discussions about the past are rejected by current reality, but the emotional differences are only emphasized in the further arguments. Yelena, who has listened in silence throughout the conversation, reminds the Eldians and Marleyans of their heinous crimes.
The discussions quickly spiral out of control and culminate in a violent beating of Reiner by Jean when the keeper of the armored titan confesses about his past. Fortunately, Gabi intervenes and calms her down by apologizing to Jean, who comes to his senses and walks away. The next day, he wakes Gabi and Reiner as members of the anti-Eren rebellion move toward the harbor. But while en route, they are stopped by the Cart Titan, who informs them that the harbor is occupied by the Yeagerists.
Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 25 End: Why Did Jean Reiner Beat Up? What moves Gabi to apologize to him?
When Yelena prompts Jean to learn more about his friend Marco’s death and find the truth for herself, Annie confesses to removing his vertical maneuvering gear, after which a Titan ate him. Before she can take full responsibility for the incident, Reiner steps in and states that she was simply following his orders. The holder of the Armored Titan explains that he had to take the drastic step because Marco accidentally overheard him talking to Bertolt.
Although he knew this was the only way to keep their secret, Reiner was overcome with guilt after that incident. Although Jean seems to be in control after learning the truth about his friends’ deaths, moments later he jumps on Reiner and continues to punch him in the face even when his comrades try to stop him. But he eventually comes to his senses when he hits Gabi, who hugs Reiner to protect him from Jean’s merciless blows. She then apologizes to him, remembering that the people she fought for and hurt others.
Gabi has shown a remarkable understanding of the entire conflict since being moved by the kindness of Sasha’s family. It is reflected in her desperate apology to Jean, because she knows that hatred must lead to the death of countless innocent people. Her mature intervention seems to work, as Jean soon calms down and even apologizes to Gabi the next morning.
Is Yelena from a small nation annexed by Marley? Why did she lie about her past?
When Yelena teamed up with Eren and Zeke to carry out the euthanasia plan and end the conflict that led to countless deaths over 2,000 years, she told her comrades that she came from a small country that was annexed by Marley. However, her claims were never put to the test throughout the story.
It turns out that General Magath and Pieck did some background checks on Yelena’s past and discovered the shocking truth about her. Regardless of her claims, she actually came from a typical Marley family and was never a victim of the country’s colonizing ambitions. In fact, Yelena came up with the whole story so she could fit in with her new comrades while working alongside Zeke.
The reasons for her lies are apparent in her reverence for Zeke, and it seems that after her disillusionment with Marley, Yelena found meaning in his goal of ending the great conflict. So she did everything in her power, including lying, so she could work with Zeke and help him achieve his version of the solution to the Eldian and Marley problem.
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