After much anticipation, Attack on Titan Final Season Part 3 is finally here. This popular show’s final chapter is divided into two parts, with each part consisting of 12 episodes. The story follows the conflict between humanity and humanoid giants called Titans. The first part of the final season aired on Friday, March 3rd.
Despite many battles throughout the series, there aren’t many important characters left for the final season. Nonetheless, this doesn’t detract from the excitement of watching Attack on Titan. Fans will still get to see a number of popular and favorite characters in this anime adaptation of Hajime Isayama’s manga.
Although fans are still debating whether this anime will follow the manga’s ending or have its own, what will happen during this season is more interesting to follow. The fate of several characters will be determined in this final chapter. So, let’s take a closer look at some of the main characters of Attack on Titan Final Season Part 3.
1. Eren Jaeger
Eren is the main protagonist in Attack on Titan. He is introduced as a straightforward character. In the first episode, Eren helplessly watched his mother get eaten by a Titan. The child then swears to destroy every Titan on earth. To achieve his goal, Eren joins the military and eventually joins the Scout Regiment.
Eren undergoes significant character development throughout the series, growing from a one-dimensional revenge-seeker to a more nuanced character by season 3. His journey is defined not only by revenge but also by finding purpose in the pain he and everyone else experiences. Eren is intelligent, manipulative, charismatic, and committed.
2. Mikasa Ackerman
Mikasa is Eren’s right-hand partner who is almost always by his side. She is strong, fearless, and reserved. Mikasa is one of the surviving members of the Ackerman clan, which unfortunately makes her a target. When she was nine years old, human traffickers killed Mikasa’s parents and might have kidnapped the little girl if Eren had not suddenly appeared to save her. Mikasa quickly repaid the favor.
Mikasa’s personality is directly influenced by her relationship with Eren. She reflects her friend’s rough and straightforward nature. Despite her physical abilities being among the best in the universe, Mikasa’s obsessive loyalty to Eren leaves her with a significant blind spot that challenges her as the story progresses.
3. Armin Arlert
Armin completes the trio of main characters in Attack on Titan. He stands with Eren and Mikasa. Usually standing behind other characters, Armin doesn’t really become himself until around season 3. At this point, his strategic and analytical mind begins to shine. Armin’s gentle nature complements Eren’s aggressive one. He is often the voice of reason.
As the anime progresses, Armin is forced to take on a leadership role due to his analytical thinking and his determination to explore all avenues when faced with a dilemma. Though he experiences many difficulties throughout the series, Armin doesn’t change much from his initial depiction, unlike Eren.
4. Levi Ackerman
Levi is undoubtedly the most beloved character in Attack on Titan. He is the strongest fighter in the Scout Regiment and serves as the squad captain. Determined to cripple a group of Titans if necessary, Levi is not hesitant to risk everything to protect human life. This applies not only to Titans, but also to his intense hatred of Kenny Ackerman, his evil uncle. Cruel in battle and keeping his distance off the field, Levi is a blood-soaked soldier carrying the weight of the world on his shoulders. He knows that most people can’t handle that burden.
Attack on Titan slowly unveils Levi’s background. He was a criminal before joining the Scout Regiment. Levi is the type of person who only follows orders from those he respects. Generally, he is quite empathetic.
In conclusion, Attack on Titan Final Season Part 3 is a must-watch for fans of the series. The characters we know and love have all undergone significant development and growth, and as the story comes to a close, their fates will finally be determined.