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Theory : Who was at Utgard?

aka The Rise of The Canned Herrings, again!

Wow what an episode! I am still having chills… Also a warning, manga spoilers.

Unlike some part of the fandom was afraid to be, we get our canned herring also known as you gay // lol you gay scene. While watching this episode, something I don’t remember happening in manga took my attention. No, I am not talking about poor Nanaba.

I am talking about the scene Gelgar found his soulmate, aka alchol.

That is some nice sake you got there Gelgar, what does it says on it?

And of course you can’t read it.

I assume secret language of alchol bottle and the secret language of canned herring are the one and same. Anyone that was born and raised within the walls can’t read it.

Ymir, who was born at the mainland and Reiner, who was born at same country can read it well. Reiner said he can’t read it but i think that was partially because he was under the control of his warrior persona, after looking at it a little he also read some as well it as well. Also remember, it has been longer than five years since little boy Reiner left Marley and started to live with Walled People so it is okay little boy Reiner to forget some of the language. If we do not use something we learn like language we might start to forget it.

So… Where did these come from? Who brought these to the Utgard? Was it really bandits? Maybe.

But I bet my money on something else. 

What if Zeke, our monkey trouble, was at Utgard before taking his way to Ragako village?

Here is how I think things went:

  1. Zeke arrived to Paradis with one of Marley’s ships.
  2. He reached the Walls like Grisha did before, since he also can manipulate Titans in his strange way, this was not that much of a struggle for him.
  3. He turned to a Titan and passed through Wall Maria and reached Wall Rose.
  4. He camped at Utgard who is located quite close to Wall Rose, enjoyed his drink, ate some herring.
  5. He took a lovely trip to Ragako village, do something there, like screaming like a mad man, and turned it’s citizens to Mindless Titans.
  6. He left his supply at Utgard, since he was busy with commanding a Titan army and chatting with common folks like Mike, he was kinda busy.
  7. SC reached Utgard.
  8. He also reached Utgard to enjoy some drink but SC was there enjoying his stuff. Like Nanaba said, it was like they were the bandits there. 
  9. He got mad to these userpers, unleashed his titan army with his mighty roar and throw some rocks at them, who can blaime him?

And that is how his and SC’s roads crossed.

I assume the secret language of herring might be Marleyan and that is why nobody but Eldians who lived at Marley was able to read them. Maybe that is why Zeke asked Mike whether or not he is speaking the same language with him.

But of course, this is just a theory. Hope you enjoyed as well, thank you for reading!

Shao literally had to go back to one of his implied abusers because he wants to protect his brothers. He can’t be set free like how he hopes but he has a big heart. Zeke is wrong to believe everyone else …Shao is not an empty soul and he knows that better than anyone else. Dizzee refers Shao as a superhero but the reality is, no one has ever been one to Shao so he became his own hero and made things happen for himself. This only changed when he met the get down brothers so I ask how did things go so wrong for Shao?

anonymous asked:

So now that we know bellamy can't heart Clarkes radio, do you think he will ever find out that Clarke radioed him everyday and the things she said?

Bob said Bellamy finds out about the radio in episode 1. 

It would be pretty hard for her to recap 6 years worth of radio messages, so at most he’ll get the gyst of the messages, telling stories, daily journal type, missing him etc. 


someone has been listening and recording the radio messages. The only ones who could have done that are on The Eligius. It’s possible. I mean, they did head right for Clarke’s little patch of green– which is not the whole of that livable 4% of the Earth. They might very well have heard. In which case they would know all about Clarke, Bellamy, the bunker, spacekru. 

My first thought when I saw The Eligius land was that spacekru was on it. But JR said Bellamy and Raven weren’t.  This does not necessarily mean that The Eligius does not have contact with spacekru. They might have been captured or they might be on a different ship or who knows. Or maybe the rest of spacekru is on it but not Bellamy and Raven, because you have to be very careful about what JR says. It can be misleading and ambiguous and from what I’ve read, he never actually LIES, he just says ambiguous things that can be interpreted many different ways, and lets people interpret it according to what they want to hear. 

We do know that the season’s Big Bad(s) come from The Eligius… but The 100 tends to start out with different Big Bads than they end up with. Let’s think. Big Bads in season 1 start off with Bellamy and The Ark dissent, but end up being The Grounders. Big Bads in season 2 start off with The Grounders but end up being Mount Weather and, tragically, Lxa. Big Bads in season 3 start off being Azgeda/Pike and end up being ALIE. Season 4 is the most complex. The Big Bad starts off as The Apocalypse, but I think in a way, it ends up actually being themselves. Their inability to work together, or get over their traumas…. and that goes for Clarke, Bellamy, Octavia, Jasper, Kane, Luna, Indra, Roan, Jaha, Echo, the sky people and the grounders. 

Huh. Look at that. Could the Big Bad at the end of season 4 actually be REGRESSION? So basically, the Big Bad is humanity replaying all their greatest hits of war and injustice. 

It seems as if the only people who manage to win through their regressions are Spacekru. And Clarke, who was supposed to be in spacekru. Everyone in the bunker regresses. Everyone who doesn’t make it to the bunker regresses, except maybe Illian, who is killed for it.

OKAY. That’s a digression. Back to the point. Bellamy. The radio. The Eligius is set up to be The Big Bad, pretty sure Zeke is going to be a good guy, like Lincoln, Roan, Kane, or Bellamy himself. This is the starting point story. They might have the information of the radio calls in episode one. 

Okay, nope. This thought process has led me off into plot and narrative. 

Bellamy finding out about the radio calls will only be set up for the story to come. It’s not going to be a serious plot point. It might be a point for Bellarke relationship development, but that’s going to happen around the narrative.

We can pretty much assume that whatever he finds out about the radio calls is going to be devastating for him.