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Toward the Tree on That Hill ( あの丘の木に向かって Ano Oka no ki ni Mukatte ? ) is the 139th chapter of the Attack on Titan manga, written and illustrated by Hajime Isayama.
After Eren Yeager ‘s death at the hands of Mikasa Ackerman, many of his early comrades from Paradis Island begin recalling memories of him visiting them that were erased due to the exponent of the Founding Titan. Armin Arlert recalls how they discussed Eren being responsible for killing a huge majority of humanness during the Rumbling and reveals his genuine feelings about Mikasa, wishing to be able to live with her and the others in peace.
In the award, Armin notices his colossus form dissolving into steam and spots Mikasa approaching with Eren ‘s head. He mourns his best ally ‘s death and while Mikasa leaves to bury his remains, Armin approaches the Marleyan troops with the early Eldians and claims responsibility for the end of Eren. several years evanesce and peace talks have begun between those living in Marley and the island of Paradis, which has begun mobilizing an army for the time when Marley and the other countries seek their retaliation. As Mikasa sits beneath the tree where Eren is buried, she thinks about him and notices a bird flying to her. The boo picks at her scarf and adjusts it before flying aside. As the years go by, Mikasa raises a new family before passing away. Afterwards, Paradis is destroyed by war, and many countless years subsequently Eren ‘s colossal tree is rediscovered by a meandering child .
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