Eren hates Mikasa's supposed lack of free will, and claims he always hated her for having no freedom. It stands to reason that Eren would hate anyone who willingly accepts being a slave to their bloodline without showing the same resolve to break free that he possesses - even someone as close to him as Mikasa.
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112 - “I've always hated you” hits harder considering that as Eren was saying all those words to Mikasa, he was probably...
For Mikasa, it was when she first met Eren (the future Founding titan holder). Ever since, she took it as her duty to protect him and in order to do so she had to stay close to him. Aside from all these facts, Mikasa thought of Eren as her only remaining family. That's why she was always so attached to him.
Eren apologizes to Mikasa while she lies injured on a stretcher. She is among the wounded carried away on carts. However, she does not stay down long.
The Ackermans and their bond to their “host” would be something Eren totally hates, if it is indeed true. So, it's one part Eren wanting to detach Mikasa from him so that she'd be free, and also one part Eren expressing his distaste of Mikasa's unhealthy attachment to him.
Well, first of all, Mikasa doesn't really have many things to forgive Eren for. In all honesty, the only thing that's in her power to forgive is how he treated her from chapter 112 and onwards. If Eren's reason is anything like Falco's for protecting Gabi then it won't take long for Mikasa to forgive him.
Mikasa actually loves Eren in a romantic way. It is heavy hinted and implied throughout the series that Milasa loves Eren. There are multiple reasons why she loves Eren.
In the beginning, Mikasa left a lasting impression on young Louise. Yet years later when the two met again, Mikasa couldn't stand how much she idolized Eren and had become a blind Yeagerist.
Uncharted 4 doesn't kill Nathan Drake. Instead, they give him an ending so peaceful, it's almost unheard of in video games. Everyone ends up dead, and there's a pirate ship full of treasure lost to time.
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