Does Mikasa Love Eren?
Many fans are curious as to whether Mikasa really does love Eren. But if she does love Eren, is that why she has always been content to love her from afar? Or is Eren the real purpose of Mikasa’s life?
Eren is Mikasa’s Purpose for Living
Eren is Mikasa’s primary purpose in life, but he also has his own goals. The novel focuses on Mikasa’s life in the shadow of Eren. The two are very different characters, but they both have similar traits. Mikasa is a strong character who loves the beauty of the world. Eren has a beautiful connection with her master, Mikasa, and he has the same feelings for her.
As Eren grows older, Mikasa sees him as a person, not a monster. Though he may have loved Eren while she was alive, Mikasa failed to act on those feelings. As a result, she has lost sight of Eren’s beauty and his violent nature.
Mikasa also wants to see Eren happy. This is important because Eren’s lifespan is limited, and Mikasa’s life should be happy. Even after Eren is gone, Mikasa’s love for Eren will continue to exist.
Mikasa is also a brilliant warrior and ranks among the highest in the training corps. However, he was unable to prevent Eren from terrorizing innocent civilians. Mikasa is tired of fighting Eren. He has a vision of living in solitude with Eren. But Mikasa is too oblivious to realize that Eren is his primary purpose for living.
Mikasa’s relationship with Eren has a complicated history. Eren denied that she loved him and claimed that her feelings were simply a result of their relationship with Mikasa. Mikasa has never cried out to him about her feelings for him. Mikasa was too scared to tell him.
Mikasa and Eren had a complex relationship, which is why Mikasa felt a great responsibility for her. Although Mikasa was protective of Eren, he was overprotective of her. Eren also felt emasculated by her overprotectiveness, but Mikasa’s overprotectiveness was not necessary. Mikasa was stronger than Eren in fighting, so Mikasa had the advantage.
Mikasa wants to be close to Eren, but she also needs to be her own person. The Trost arc sets the stage for Mikasa’s character development. However, Mikasa’s character is regressing due to Eren’s unwillingness to fight alone, Armin’s lack of confidence, and Mikasa’s inability to be herself without Eren.
Eren wants to make himself the villain. He wants to craft a story that will show how the Eldians saved the world, while at the same time, he wants to protect his own family. To accomplish this, Eren must trigger the Rumbling, which will release the dormant Titans hidden in the walls of Paradis. Once the Rumbling is completed, the dormant Titans will start attacking the world.
Eren is Mikasa’s only remaining family. As an Ackerman, she was genetically engineered to protect the royal family. Therefore, she believes that her family’s purpose in life is to protect Eren.
Eren is a Slaver
In “Eren is a Slaver,” we learn about the life of the titular slave. Eren is a man who tries to overcome circumstances that make him a slave. He does not want to do these things, but he does so out of sheer force of will. His goal is to free himself from this enslavement permanently. He does this by crushing his enemies.
To gain control, Eren beats two men to death. He justifies this by saying that he did it to get what he wanted. He even kills innocent children so he can control others. His actions are similar to those of the Star Wars character Luke Skywalker. Unfortunately, his solution only reinforces the cycle of strong people taking the weak.
Zeke and Eren both learn about each other’s actions and motivations. Zeke tries to manipulate Eren but fails. While Eren wants to destroy everything, Zeke longs to connect. He tries to influence Eren by using words, but Zeke’s words are too weak to persuade Eren.
Eren has a long-standing conflict with Mikasa. His anger towards Mikasa is entirely self-centered and unfounded. His feelings of inferiority toward Mikasa are related to his feelings of inferiority toward Reiner. In addition, Eren feels weak in Mikasa’s presence.
Eren is a spit in many ways. He has the desire to manipulate other people for his ends. He has a future where he can influence the events of the series. His future is determined by the decisions that he made in the past. The only way to prevent this is to change the future.
Eren is no different from other characters. He tends to cling to his worst instincts and never learns. However, he has been given numerous chances to improve and grow. Those who criticize his change had a distorted view of him in the first place.
Eren explains the Ackerbond to Mikasa in a confusing way, combining truth and fabrication. First, he claims that he created the Ackermans accidentally to protect the Eldian King. Then, when a person accepts the role of ‘host’ or ‘liege,’ the Ackerman awakens. Those unwilling to obey the liege’s orders are subject to severe headaches.
Eren Hates Eren Because of her Ackerman Bloodline
Eren hates Mikasa for allowing her to follow him and violating the chain of command. She acted against her chain of command by meeting with Zeke and enacting a secret plan to save Eldia. This plan involved the sacrifice of innocent women and children.
She later reveals that Mikasa is an Ackerman, a rare bloodline immune to becoming a Titan. The Ackermans were originally bred to protect the Eldian royal family. These magical creatures have built-in loyalty to their designated charge. When they first met as children, Eren activated Mikasa’s Ackerman bloodline when she commanded her to fight back against attackers.
In addition, the Ackerman bloodline causes Eren to have a hatred for Eren’s mother. In chapter 133, Reiner analyses Eren’s thought processes. He tends to project himself onto others. As such, he has a hard time letting go.
In the saga, Eren has many enemies and hates them. She also hates her mother because she came from a family with a vengeful father. Her father is a former Marine and is now a bounty hunter.