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Shingeki No Kyojin: The Final Season Episode 10

The season introduces Gabi Braun and Falco Grice, young Eldian Warrior candidates seeking to inherit Reiner's Armored Titan four years after the failed mission to reclaim the Founding Titan. While Marley plans to invade Paradis to strengthen their weakening military and retrieve the Founding Titan, the Survey Corps lay an attack in their homeland. As Marley and the Paradis forces go to war in Marley and the Shiganshina District, both sides sustain a heavy death toll while Gabi and Falco are forced to confront their internal tensions about the supposed "devils" of Paradis. In the second part of the season, aware of the global anti-Eldian sentiment resulting from Marleyan propaganda, Eren Jaeger preemptively targets the world outside of Paradis with the Rumbling, unleashing millions of Colossal-like Wall Titans in a widespread effort to kill all life beyond the island. In the third and final part of the season, the Alliance led by members of the Survey Corps and Warrior Unit head to Marley in order to stop Eren's Founding Titan and end the Rumbling.

Shingeki no Kyojin: The Final Season Episode 10


The first part of the season aired on NHK General TV from December 7, 2020, to March 29, 2021, at 12:10 a.m. JST.[2] In the United States, Adult Swim's Toonami programming block began airing Funimation's English dub on January 10, 2021, at 12:30 a.m. EST/PST.[3] In Southeast Asia, the subbed series was released on iQiyi.[4] A second part aired on NHK General TV from January 10 to April 4, 2022, at 12:05 a.m. JST.[5][6] A third and final part, subtitled The Final Chapters, will air in two halves; the first half, a one-hour special, premiered on March 4, 2023, at 12:25 a.m. JST while the second half will debut in fall 2023.[7][8][9][10] In Russia, it aired on the Crunchyroll streaming service via Wakanim before the company stopped distributing new episodes of the series after it was announced that Sony, the parent company, halted new Attack on Titan episodes from March 12 following the military's invasion of Ukraine after Japan has imposed economic and cultural sanctions against Russia.[11]

FunimationNOW is available on iOS and Android devices, as well as the PlayStation and Microsoft stores. The app is also now available on the Nintendo Switch so you can watch the final episodes of Attack on Titan anywhere.

It is still unknown when exactly Attack on Titan will end. At this point, it is looking highly unlikely this will be the actual final season, as it will probably wrap up with a movie or another set of episodes.

Pieces are finally coming together in the final season of Attack on Titan, including the tentative plan on how to move forward in regards to Marley and Eldia's relationship. During a very pivotal conversation in Season 4, Episode 10, "A Sound Argument," Zeke Yeager's plan for Eldia's future is fully revealed -- and it's quite daunting. It's comprised of three main points that, when fulfilled all together, would ideally create a lasting survival for the Eldians both on Paradis Island and back in Marley. Let's take a more in-depth look into Zeke's plan and break down the key points.

Attack on Titan season 4 episode 10, number 69 overall, will release on Crunchyroll and Funimation for premium users on Sunday, February 14th or Monday, February 15th depending on your international location.

Up until this point, Attack on Titan had been rather vague about Eren's intentions and whether or not he is justified in committing mass genocide. This episode finally puts a foot down and argues that none of it matters. Whether he felt he was right or he was only thinking of himself, there is no coming back from mass genocide. This is the boldest and best approach the show could have taken, still leaving room for some kind of interpretation but cementing Eren's place as one of the most complex anime protagonists of the past decade, rather than trying to pass him off as a Lelouch-type tragic hero with good intentions. Eren has become the monster of the story, and needs to be stopped.

The final season of Shingeki no Kyojin is like a pendulum in terms of quality, oscillating between good to mediocre constantly. Its a curious case, to see this show try to do so many different things and to struggle at it all so spectacularly. This is a show that is trying to be a commentary on humanity and war, its also a story about humans transforming into hulking giants and eating each other. Its trying to focus on its characters and give them meaningful arcs, and yet its transforming and disfiguring those very same characters in service of its plot and commentary. Its trying to be both a slow, thoughtful contemplative experience and an action romp, at the same time.

Attack on Titan fans witnessed the long-awaited conversation between some of the main characters. The previous episode was an emotional one, especially for people who loved Marco in the first season. Reiner finally revealed why and how they killed Marco, which has been haunting Reiner ever since it happened.

On top of that, we saw Jean's vision of his life with Mikasa, which was indeed heartwarming to see. So, it's no wonder that fans can't stop about Jean after watching each episode of the latest season.

Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 will feature 12 episodes, so after this week's episode, we'll be left with two more episodes. So, we have only two more weeks of Attack on Titan content left, but there are chances that the anime will get a movie after the final season. So, Final Season Part 2 might not be the end of the road for the anime series.

There are only 7 episodes left in the concluding season of Shingeki No Kyojin. And the last two chapters of the manga are yet to come out, which will release in April. Therefore the fans are excited to know how the remaining season will turn out. Attack On Titan Season 4 Episode 10 will release on Sunday, February 14, 2021.

The final season of colossal anime hit series Attack On Titan is drawing towards its highly anticipated conclusion. Standing proudly as not only one of the highest-rated anime series of all time but as one of best received overall tv shows, Attack On Titan has certainly provided audiences across the globe with astounding moments and unforgettable twists that kept viewers hooked to their screens.

Originally being interrupted halfway through airing due to breaking news footage of an earthquake near Wakayama doesn't hold back the quality of the episode and subsequently the ratings it received. Rated 9.8/10 from nearly 17,000 viewers, this episode towards the end of the fourth season of Attack On Titan, provided audiences with the gripping scene between Eren, Mikasa, and Armin where Eren reveals how Mikasa isn't necessarily acting on her own free will, instead genetically designed to protect Eren at all costs.

Coming in at an impressive 9.8/10 based on nearly 18,000 reviews, the season 2 finale drove itself deeply into the hearts of audiences. Facing for the first time, the Titan that killed his mother, Eren is forced to watch in horror as it devours Hannes. Only finding momentary solace in Mikasa, and their shared bond over the simple act of wrapping her in his scarf.

From late season 3, as part of the Return To Shiganshina Arc, this next entry garnered a 9.9/10 rating from nearly 28,000 fans. Taking audiences for the first time inside Marley, this episode explores Grisha Jaeger's past and introduces viewers to the restorationists. A lot of questions start to get answered in this episode, including Zeke's betrayal and how Eren's dad ended up on Paradis Island.

Effectively setting up the narrative for the next series as well as finally answering some long-anticipated fan questions, this episode provides an overall satisfying and intriguing new level to the lore of Attack On Titan.

This episode is a great example of Attack On Titan doing one of the things it does best, putting viewers in an impossible situation that centers on the weight and morality of human lives. Regardless of whether audiences are in agreement about the final outcome, it is indisputable that this is episode is deserving of its high rating.

The final rousing speech was the perfect farewell to the character as he went down fighting and while they weren't his final moments, which take place two episodes later, it holds itself proudly as the epic send-off that his much-loved character was deserving of.

44,000 fans rated this season 4 episode as a 9.9/10 and for good reason. Literally bursting into an attack, this episode is action-packed and thrilling, as viewers got to finally see their favorite characters back in action after the narrative had veered off to follow Falco and the Eldians in Marley.

Once again rated at 9.9/10 based on 45,500 audience reviews this episode took the build-up from the episodes before it and released them in full force to form this highly ranked installment of season 4. Reuniting for the first time in four years, Eren and Reiner face off during a tense conversation, a distraction from the first steps being enacted in Marley's invasion and attack.

A final near-perfect rating of 9.9/10 this time from over 61,000 fans, this episode showcases Armin's Colossal Titan form for the first time as he ascends over Marley during the attack, alongside reuniting Levi and Zeke as they come together again in battle, much to many fans long-anticipated excitement. 041b061a72


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