Attack on Titan Season 4 Final Summary and Ending Explained

‘Attack on Titan’ Season 4 Episode 28, titled ‘The Dawn of Humanity’, follows Mikasa as she looks back into the past and wonders what may have led to Eren’s sudden change of heart after the decisive victory in the return to the Shignashina bow. She regrets not telling him her feelings when she was given the right opportunity and partly blames herself for the shocking events that have now put countless lives at risk. Here’s everything you need to know about the ending of ‘Attack on Titan’ Season 4 Episode 28. SPOILERS AHEAD!

Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 28 Recap

After General Magath and Keith Shadis sacrifice their lives to destroy the Marleyan Cruiser pursuing their allies, Mikasa and her friends head to the city of Odiha. After an altercation with Annie, who is questioning her decision to stop Eren, Mikasa spends some time alone wondering if her boyfriend, whom she’s known all her life, was ever on the side of the greater good or not. She feels that Eren has always wanted to serve others, but doesn’t reconcile her emotional conclusion with the genocide plan that goes against the values ​​of her childhood friend.

Mikasa remembers the day she and her friends first arrived in a city across the sea, where they experienced what it really means to live their lives without the eternal fear of being crushed by Titans. While indulging in various treats available for their consumption, Sasha’s wallet is stolen by a little boy, and Levi catches him in the act. When the crowd gathers to teach the boy a lesson, Levi and his friends run away with the boy to prevent them from taking drastic measures. Eren, who has been watching everything silently, follows the boy and comes to a camp.

When Mikasa finds him, he makes comparisons between the lifestyle of the impoverished people torn by war and the Eldians. At this point, he also asks Mikasa about his place in her life, but unfortunately gets no answer because a generous man from the nearby camps invites them to a feast. Soon, the duo are joined by their friends as they eat and drink their worries away, forgetting for a moment the helpless struggle for survival that they and their people find themselves at home.

In a meeting with Kiyomi Azumabito, they are told by the ambassador of Hizuru that the only chance to make their voices heard is the international forum that will be organized soon. She asks Hange to make sure the people know that the Eldians want peace, nothing else. However, the next day, when the forum is held, Mikasa and her friends fail to make their voices heard, and to make matters worse; the platform basically becomes the source of the promotion of the ideology they were to fight for.

Meanwhile, in the present day, Eren and his army of Colossal Titans face the largest cannons on the planet. Unfortunately, they fail to stop their enemies, and in just moments the fleet of ships is destroyed. Eren’s colossal titans set foot on the first city they plan to destroy, while his friends seem incapable of overtaking him any time soon.

Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 28 Ending: What made Eren leave the peace and go ahead with his plan of destruction?

When Eren and his friends first arrived in a foreign country in hopes of furthering peace talks, they hoped that they would somehow manage to pull off the seemingly impossible without unnecessary bloodshed. But by then, it seems that Eren was already giving up hope for a peaceful solution to the age-old conflict. But things would have turned out differently if Kiyomi Azumabito’s advice had worked the way she intended.

When Eren and his friends took part in the international forum, one of the speakers delivered an emotional speech about the desperate need to provide assistance to displaced nationals of Ymir refugees who do not share the dangerous ideology of the Eldish Empire. He further emphasized that these people were forced into inbreeding by the Eldians, and the only people who deserve hatred are the vile devil who lives on Paradis Island.

The emotional appeal did not fall on deaf ears, as those gathered at the international forum applauded the speech, indirectly approving the hatred of the Eldians. While it was disappointing to Hange and others, none of them attempted to publicly argue against the hate speech openly spoken there. Eren, who has paid close attention to everything, decides to leave the forum without his friends.

So it was ultimately the international forum that probably delivered the final blow to Eren’s hopes for a peaceful solution to the conflict. He left a message for his friends and disappeared shortly afterwards, not reuniting with them until the Liberio Arch raid. In the meantime, he planned to use Zeke to gain the powers of the Founding Titan so that he could kill anyone living outside of Paradis Island.

What does Eren want to achieve by carrying out his genocidal idea?

Eren’s genocidal idea has both personal and historical elements. As he tells Historia what he plans to do, he talks about the latter. It is clear that by reminiscing about his father, Eren now has a deep understanding of the centuries-long conflict that led to the deaths of countless innocent people. He concludes from a close study of the complicated past that the only way to end the cycle of hatred born of revenge is to destroy the civilizations and their histories that caused the problem in the first place. While one may argue that such extreme conclusions are wrong, Eren firmly believes in them.

While this basically ends his historical understanding of the problem and its solution, it’s also noteworthy that the antihero has also reiterated an emotional motivation behind his actions on several occasions. In the end, by committing the unforgivable crime of genocide, he hopes his friends will live happily ever after. So, finally, Eren plans to wipe out entire civilizations to give the world a fresh start and end the cycle of revenge, while also hoping that his friends will somehow find happiness in all the chaos .

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One Punch Man Manga Read Online: One-Punch Man is a Japanese superhero series created by the creator ONE. It is a story about Saitama, a super-hero who is able to take on anyone with just one punch, but is looking for an appropriate opponent after becoming frustrated by the lack of competition due to his incredible ability. ONE developed the original webcomic version at the beginning of 2009.

A digital manga remake began publication on Shueisha's Tonari no Young Jump website in June 2012. The manga's illustration is by Yusuke Murata. Its chapters are regularly collected and released as each tankobon book. At the time of writing, January 2021 23 volumes were published. For North America, Viz Media license the manga remake to be released in English version and has serialized in their Weekly Shonen Jump digital magazine.

A manga-anime adaption of the manga produced by Madhouse it was shown throughout Japan from October until December 2015. The second season, created by J.C.Staff and J.C.Staff, began airing from April until July 2019. This anime show is licensed to North America by Viz Media and premiered on the United States on Adult Swim's Toonami block of programming in July, 2016. The second season debuted in October of 2019.

In June 2012, the original webcomic was able to surpass 7.9 millions hits. By April 2020 the manga's remake had sold more than thirty million copies.

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