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Attack on Titan Season 3 Episode 4 (41) -Trust Review

On the run and running out of time, the Scouts must entrust their lives to others if they plan on surviving. Attack on Titan Season 3 Episode 4 (41) -Trust gives us even more look at the conspiracy that’s taken hold of their world.

Today’s episode was pretty intriguing. As the title of the episode suggested, the focus was on trust. Given that the scouts are all outmatched and outnumbered 100:1, they needed to learn how to trust again. With Flegel trusting Hange, to the two scouts, Marlo and Hitch earning the trust of the scouts. Even Erwin trusted something very important to Commander Pixie, which is going to set the course of battle according to him. Erwin in my opinion is always hard to read, so I can never figure out is true motives. Either way, you know it’s going to be on some mind twisting madness.

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It was pretty cool scene with Fledge playing caught just to reel in information from the police squad. However, what’s even more interesting is the fact that despite there being so many witnesses, it might not even be enough to save Erwin from execution. I don’t know whether he will die or not but from how the story is progressing, he might be a goner. It seems that the King might have more power that what was initially thought. I mean. it’s sounding like he can wipe out an entire town without much resistance which is crazy to me.

Also, it was strange to learn that Kenny’s last name is Ackerman. I don’t know what this could be or if he has any relation to Mikasa but her reaction to hearing that name was a bit suspicious if you ask me.

I wish there was more to talk about in this episode but aside from the whole trust thing, there isn’t much. I think the next episode will be where shit will finally start to hit the fan. Overall, I felt that this episode was just a stepping stone for whats to come and I can’t wait.

 

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