‘Attack on Titan’ Season 4 Episode 27, titled ‘Retrospective’, focuses on the struggle between the Yaegeristen and the anti-Eren alliance of Warrior Unit and some members of the Survey Corps for control of the harbor. While the latter is prepared, they soon realize that their plan is flawed, as the engineers need a lot of time to make the flying boat functional. Meanwhile, Annie and Reiner are slowly losing the battle against the Yaegerists. Here’s everything you need to know about the ending of ‘Attack on Titan’ Season 4 Episode 27. SPOILERS AHEAD!
Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 27 Recap
When Connie shoots his former friends guarding the flying boat, the violence in the harbor escalates even further. With Annie’s Female Titan and Reiner’s Armored Titan by their side, they seem to have a good advantage until Azumabito’s engineers tell them that the flying boat will take nearly a day’s work to become functional. Hange and Magath are shocked by the unexpected information, as they know it’s impossible to hold the Yaegerists for as long as they’ve already asked for reinforcements.
In light of the sudden realization, the two leaders of the anti-Eren alliance worry about a new strategy when Azumabito proposes a different approach. She thinks they should take a ship to the southern Marleyan town of Odiha with the flying boat on it. From there, the flight can eventually be taken directly. General Magath and Hange believe this is the only reasonable option for them, as the Yaegerists and their reinforcements will not stop fighting until they screw up their plans.
The new strategy is quickly passed on to everyone, and the anti-Eren alliance begins to fight with even greater determination to make sure everyone gets to the ship safely. Unfortunately, Floch quickly realizes what’s going on, and he tells his men to use more thunder spears with the aim of destroying the ship and flying boat. Annie’s female titan and Reiner’s armored titan, who have fought valiantly thus far, are slowly weakening, and as the Yeagerists use numerous thunder spears to take them down, it doesn’t take long to take them out. Having seen the violence unfold thus far, Falco decides to use his Titan powers for the first time and joins the fray.
Meanwhile, the Survey Corps members don’t hesitate to kill the enemies, knowing that stopping the rumble is their number one priority. Fortunately, the relentless attack from Mikasa and her friends proves too difficult for the Yeagerists to resist, as most of them are killed in the harbor. At the same time, the reinforcements that have come dangerously close to them are suddenly knocked out by an unknown ally. Seizing the golden opportunity, nearly everyone gets on the ship and sets off for Odiha to carry out the next phase of the plan.
Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 27 End: Is General Magath Dead or Alive? Who Destroyed the Marleyan Cruiser and Why?
Yes, General Magath is dead. Once his allies have left the ship, he decides to stay behind to make sure no one follows them. That’s when he suddenly meets Keith Shadis, who kills two Yaegerists right in front of him. Magath doesn’t take long to connect the dots and asks Keith if he was the man who brought down the reinforcements. Shadis answers in the affirmative, confirming that he is there to stop the Eldians fighting on Eren’s side.
The duo know their enemy has taken control of the Marleyan cruiser, and if they’re allowed to do as they please, it won’t be long before they catch up with their friends. So they stealthily board their ship and begin to prepare for an explosion that will disrupt the Yeageristen’s plan. Shadis is on board with Magath’s suicide mission, and the two share their reasons for the selfless sacrifice.
The Marleyan general, who has been a part of countless wars and disdain for the Eldians all his life, now only wants people to have a peaceful life after he is gone. When one of the enemies realizes that the two infiltrators have locked themselves in a room and are planning something, Magath doesn’t hesitate to carry out the plan and uses the explosion to immediately destroy the ship.
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