In the past 20 years, Shingeki no Kyojin (Attack on Titan) has emerged as one of the most captivating phenomena in the worlds of anime and manga. As the story draws to its eagerly await conclusion, confusion is still present because, like some kind of plot-twisting hydra, each question that is answer only serves to raise new, more challenging ones. There are hardly any plot holes or problems to speak of thanks to the series’ careful setup, and it continues to be in a class by itself when it comes to foreshadowing and subtext usage. What exactly is Falco Grice’s perspective in Shingeki no Kyojin (Attack on Titan) as one of its new main characters as of The Final Season’s first instalment? Why do you even bother asking what his role is exactly?
Easy. Continue reading to learn our thoughts on Falco Grice as an agent in the world of Shingeki no Kyojin. These are simply hypotheses and attempts to learn how Falco Grice continues to play a crucial role in the course of Shingeki no Kyojin’s events and why, from an analytical standpoint, his character is initially so important to the series. They do not purport to be facts.
“Who are you people? Where am I? I don’t get it. Wasn’t I just flying around with a couple of swords in my hands? Like ‘Whoo!’, the Tita-”.
Colt drags Falco, who is frightened after suffering a head injury in the middle of a battle, out of harm’s way. He is awakened from his unusual daydream by the water splashing on his head from his buddies Zofia, Udo, and Gabi. Falco (and the rest of us) are distracted from the really strange statement that Gabi just said by the war’s activity, the shooting, and his explanatory discourse on how close they have been to winning this four-year conflict. Furthermore, these kids seem to be younger than Eren and his group did when they enrolled in the 104th Training Corps for their training. These young people, Eldians connected to what we come to know as Marley, have been at war for at least four years, and they are on the verge of establishing themselves as deserving successors to the different Titans under Marleyan rule.
The fighting resembles the trench warfare that came to define the First World War, demonstrating the use of current, well-known technologies. How could Falco have experienced such a weird vision since the kids and everyone else. We meet in The Final Season Part 1 were raise in the outside world, far from the Titan horror? He spoke as though he had abruptly transported from one fighting scenario into an unfamiliar, dramatically different one. In light of the various influences of memory manipulation that are pervasive in Shingeki no Kyojin, one might wonder just where he was and what specifically caused that vision in the first place.
Falco’s Unfortunate Inheritance
There are many moving parts during the pivotal battle between Eren and the supporting Jaegerists; and the forces of Marley. For starters, the Marleyans want to rescue Gabi and Falco alive in addition to stopping Eren and Zeke from coming into contact. These two have been on Paradis Island for a long time, as we should already recall from season one. They first manage to survive by going by the names Mia and Ben before being temporarily house by Sasha Braun’s family.
The Eldians connected to Paradis Island and the Survey Corps, who we know had the unfortunate experience of drinking wine laced with Zeke’s spinal fluid, take them hostage at some point, so keep that in mind. Sadly, Falco had also ingested the elixir, which had now served as a stepping stone between the individuals and a fate worse than death: becoming True Titans.
Zeke encounters strong opposition when he attempts to reach Eren. He is adamant, though, that he will release the Beast’s cry and stir the spinal fluid in every person who drank the wine, including Falco Grice and the Survey Corps and the Garrison. Zeke decides to use the howl despite Colt’s appeals for him to hold off until Gabi, Falco, and himself are at least outside of its effective range. Colt perishes while attempting to hug his changing sibling.
Porco Galliard has suffered greatly in the effort to prevent Eren from coming close to Zeke. Feeling that it is time to hand things over, he allows a very gruesome True Titan Falco to eat him, passing the Jaw to Falco and letting him to revert to human form.
Memories of Somebody
The current wielder of one of the Nine Titans will have access to their predecessor’s memories because. According to what we know about the heredity of Titans, memories are Carrie from host to host. Falco, however, forgets everything up until the point of his Titanification. Falco’s memory loss allows Connie to try to feed him to his mother in Ragako Village, but Armin and Gabi stop him. Why does Falco keep surviving the various dangers he has faced, especially those in which if he were anyone else, he would have perished? What significance does the bizarre fantasy he had in the middle of the battle at the start of Season 4 Part 1 have for why Shingeki no Kyojin keeps protagonizing him?
Are we truly crazy to think of Falco Grice as yet another. Yet to revealed omniscient actor. Given Eren Jaeger’s own transcendence of what it is to be a character, an omniscient actor, a protagonist as well as an antagonist? Or was his peculiar perception simply that—a vision?
Red Ogre, Blue Ogre
Another thing to think about is the long-standing friendship between the Red and Blue Ogres. Which the community of anime and manga fans better knows as the Goku/Vegeta rivalry or dichotomy. In other words, a pair where one person is more typically character’s as a hothead, emotional, or passionate. The other person is more analytical, intelligent, and even more nuance.
Much of Eren’s earlier fighting spirit can seen in Gabi. Which makes her a much better fit for the protagonist role. In many ways. Gabi’s actions since her debut in Season 4 Part 1 have been identical to those of the main character. From her rage over the destruction of Liberio to her killing of Sasha Braun to her quick shooting. That would’ve killed Eren in any other situation to her overzealous belief in the “wisdom” about the alleged. “Island Devils” passed down from Marley and years of brainwashing before coming to her own realisations about the truth.
Although Gabi’s storyline has been excellent, the show keeps focusing on Falco.
who consistently tries to protect Gabi from harm despite. The fact that she is much more skilled in combat than he was before absorbing the Jaw Titan, not to mention the fact that Gabi appears to have the highest level of combat skill seen in a person who is neither an Ackermann nor a current Titan wielder. He acts much like an Armin or a Mikasa, or a strange combination of both.
Falco Grice’s actions are, in a long-winded sense. The butterfly wingbeat that leads to The Rumbling, even though Gabi has actively advanced the plot in some ways. His unaware friendship with Eren Jaeger and unaware support of the Paradis invasion of Marley effectively set in motion. The sequence of events that led to the invasion, the deaths of his friends, and the deaths of several Marleyans. Falco shown incredible bravery during. The Eldian invasion of Marley when he shielded Pieck from Jean who was carrying Lightning Spears.
How about the daydream, then? We are unsure of the significance of that. Is it possible that Eren a greater impact on Falco Grice. Than we could have ever anticipated. If Falco Grice found himself in a situation where his recollections of the past could changed? Does that mean the events in the daydream are more than simply the soldier’s ramblings? Knowing Shingeki no Kyojin, this seemingly inconsequential occurrence could be plot-shattering. It may seem absurd to try to understand the meaning of something that was uttered only once and never again. Perhaps Falco occupies the same unique status as Eren Jaeger as an entity. A character in the Shingeki no Kyojin universe. Is it perhaps feasible that Falco’s vision was a memory change brought on by the Attack Titan? Post your thoughts in the comments section below.