- 0.1 What year does Attack on Titan take place in real life?
- 1 Is AOT based on ww2?
- 2 Why is episode 1 of aot called to you in 2000 years?
- 3 When was Eren Yeager born?
- 4 How old is Eren Yeager?
- 5 Is AOT based in Germany?
- 6 Where is AOT set in Germany?
- 7 Why was Eren crying?
- 8 What year does Attack on Titan before the fall take place?
- 9 Why did it take 5 years for aot season 2?
What year is Attack on Titan set in Season 1?
Episodes – See also:
|No. overall||No. inseason||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||English air date|
|1||1||“To You, in 2000 Years: The Fall of Shiganshina, Part 1″Transcription: ” Nisennen-go no Kimi e -Shiganshina Kanraku (1)- ” (: 二千年後の君へ ―シガンシナ陥落①― )||Hiroyuki Tanaka,||April 7, 2013 ( 2013-04-07 )||May 3, 2014|
|For over a century, humans have been living in settlements surrounded by three 50m gigantic walls, Wall Maria, Wall Rose and Wall Sina, which prevent the Titans, giant humanoid creatures who eat humans, from entering., of the town called the Shiganshina District, wishes to see the outside world by joining the, as he likens living in the cities to livestock. Despite this, his friend and their mother are against him joining the Scouts. Even after seeing the Scouts return home with large casualties, Eren expresses his interest to join, which impresses his father, who promises to show him what lies in their basement once he returns. After Eren and Mikasa rescue their friend from a group of delinquents, the Colossal Titan, a 60m Titan, suddenly appears and knocks down the gate to the Shiganshina District, which lies in the outer edge of Wall Maria, allowing smaller Titans to enter. As the town erupts into mass panic, Eren and Mikasa rush back to their house, only to see Carla pinned under their collapsed house. As a Smiling Titan approaches them, Carla begs them to flee, but they refuse until city guard arrives and assures them that he will defend them. However, as he charges towards the Titan, he is overcome with fear and takes Eren and Mikasa away. Eren watches in horror as a Smiling Titan eats Carla.|
|2||2||“That Day: The Fall of Shiganshina, Part 2″Transcription: ” Sono Hi -Shiganshina Kanraku (2)- ” (: その日 ―シガンシナ陥落②― )||Masashi Koizuka||Yasuko Kobayashi||April 14, 2013 ( 2013-04-14 )||May 10, 2014|
|Hannes apologizes to Eren for not saving his mother, admitting he was afraid of the Smiling Titan and that both Eren and Mikasa are still weak children. Some of townsfolk of the Shiganshina District escape to the inner Wall Maria, while the soldiers try to hold off the Titans. The soldiers try to close the gate, but the Armored Titan rams the gate, breaching the inner Wall Maria, and causing those inside to retreat even further inside Wall Rose. Some time later, Eren has a strange dream in which his grieving father forcefully gives him an injection and his key before being woken up by Mikasa. Eren grows disgusted with the people of Wall Rose as the latter do not like sharing their food or homes with the refugees. During the next year, as a food shortage becomes apparent, the government orders the refugees to either work on the farms or fight to reclaim Wall Maria. About 250,000 people, 20% of the populace, choose to fight, only to be wiped out by the Titans. Eren vows revenge and joins the army along with Mikasa and Armin.|
|3||3||“A Dim Light Amid Despair: Humanity’s Comeback, Part 1″Transcription: ” Zetsubō no Naka de Nibuku Hikaru -Jinrui no Saiki (1)- ” (: 絶望の中で鈍く光る ―人類の再起①― )||Kiyoshi Fukumoto||April 21, 2013 ( 2013-04-21 )||May 17, 2014|
|The drill instructor inspects the new recruits of the and provides a barrage of verbal insults. When he comes across, who is eating a potato, he punishes her by having her run around the camp until sunset and not giving her any food or drink. Eren develops a rivalry with, who desires a safe and easy position in the within the inner city walls. The recruits train on an omni-directional mobility gear apparatus, where they have to balance themselves while suspended on cables. After Eren has trouble balancing, he asks and for help and discover they too are among the few who have personally encountered Titans. The next day, Eren balances on the apparatus but falls, but Keith discovers that Eren’s apparatus was defective and passes him after a retry with different equipment.|
|4||4||“The Night of the Closing Ceremony: Humanity’s Comeback, Part 2″Transcription: ” Kaisan Shiki no Yoru -Jinrui no Saiki (2)- ” (: 解散式の夜 ―人類の再起②― )||Makoto Bessho||Yasuko Kobayashi||April 28, 2013 ( 2013-04-28 )||May 24, 2014|
|Five years since Wall Maria fell, Keith evaluates the recruits for their strengths and weaknesses. After training in with Reiner and, Eren learns later that night that Jean and several other recruits hope to join the Military Police Regiment to avoid having to fight Titans. On graduation day, Eren and Mikasa rank among the top ten of their class. They are eligible to join the Military Police Regiment, but Eren declines and announces that he is joining the Scout Regiment on the front lines, leading Armin and Mikasa to join him. They are assigned to the Trost District, one of the cities which is at the outer edge of Wall Rose, where they discover other classmates have joined. The Colossal Titan appears and breaches the gate. Once Eren regains his composure, he takes command and orders a counterattack.|
|5||5||“First Battle: The Struggle for Trost, Part 1″Transcription: ” Uijin -Torosuto-ku Kōbōsen (1)- ” (: 初陣 ―トロスト区攻防戦①― )||Shinpei Ezaki||Hiroshi Seko||May 5, 2013 ( 2013-05-05 )||May 31, 2014|
|The Colossal Titan destroys the wall’s cannons, but it vanishes into a burst of steam before Eren prepares to attack its weak point. The Military Police Regiment scrambles to evacuate the people of the Trost District and set up defenses before the Titans enter the city. Assigned by Commander Kitts Woerman of the to different squads, Mikasa helps with the evacuation, while Eren and Armin provide backup at the front lines. With the Titans now in the city, Eren recalls his lessons that in order to kill a Titan, they must strike the of its neck. As Eren and Armin’s squad attack, their comrades are killed or eaten by the Titans one by one, with Eren himself losing his left leg. Armin, paralyzed with fear upon seeing his comrades’ fates, is picked up by a Bearded Titan and almost swallowed. Eren, recalling when he and Armin wished to see the world outside the walls, manages to drag and toss Armin out of the Bearded Titan’s mouth at the last moment. He reaches for Armin with his left arm out of the Bearded Titan’s mouth, but the Bearded Titan closes its jaws, severing Eren’s arm and swallowing him.|
|6||6||“The World the Girl Saw: The Struggle for Trost, Part 2″Transcription: ” Shōjo ga Mita Sekai -Torosuto-ku Kōbōsen (2)- ” (: 少女が見た世界 ―トロスト区攻防戦②― )||Tomomi Ikeda||Hiroshi Seko||May 12, 2013 ( 2013-05-12 )||June 7, 2014|
|Armin awakens to find himself surrounded by, and, As Armin heads back to the rearguard, he blames himself for not being strong enough to save Eren. Meanwhile, an Abnormal Titan approaches the city’s exit gate, which is crowded by refugees. Once Mikasa kills the Abnormal Titan, she threatens a greedy merchant holding cargo to let the refugees pass first. After she is thanked by a mother and daughter, Mikasa has a flashback. In the year 844, a year before the fall of Wall Maria, Mikasa was targeted by three slave traders, who murdered her parents in a struggle. After Grisha and Eren discovered the corpses while making a visit, Eren secretly tracked down the slave traders to a nearby hut and killed two of them in an attempt to save Mikasa. However, the third slave trader appeared and began strangling Eren. Encouraged by Eren, Mikasa overcame her fear and gained resolve to kill the third slave trader. After the children are found by the Military Police Regiment, Mikasa was invited to live with Eren and Grisha. Back in the present, Mikasa slays more Titans and goes to help the other squads evacuate.|
|7||7||“Small Blade: The Struggle for Trost, Part 3″Transcription: ” Chiisana Yaiba -Torosuto-ku Kōbōsen (3)- ” (: 小さな刃 ―トロスト区攻防戦③― )||Hiroshi Seko||May 19, 2013 ( 2013-05-19 )||June 14, 2014|
|The surviving squads, unable to reach the inner walls due to their omni-directional mobility gear being low on gas, lose their fighting spirit as the nearby is overrun by Titans. Mikasa seems unfazed after learning from Armin that his entire squad perished, including Eren. She rallies the others to reclaim the supply depot, inspiring them to join her in the attack, but Mikasa ends up running out of gas midair and falls into an alleyway. Jean assumes command, but he loses his nerve when he sees some of his comrades being eaten by Titans. As a blonde Titan approaches Mikasa, she prepares to attack with her remaining broken blade, but a mysterious Titan appears behind her and brutally kills the blonde Titan, much to her confusion. Armin and Conny show up, shocked to witness the mysterious Titan not only fighting other Titans, but also showing knowledge of their weak point and using hand-to-hand combat techniques, while completely ignoring the humans. Armin gives Mikasa his gas tanks and blades so that she can support the others at the supply depot. Mikasa, however, refuses to leave him behind and ponders on the mysterious Titan’s strange behavior.|
|8||8||“I Can Hear His Heartbeat: The Struggle for Trost, Part 4″Transcription: ” Shinzō no Kodō ga Kikoeru -Torosuto-ku Kōbōsen (4)- ” (: 心臓の鼓動が聞こえる ―トロスト区攻防戦④― )||Satonobu Kikuchi,Shinpei Ezaki,Tatsuma Minamikawa||Noboru Takagi||May 26, 2013 ( 2013-05-26 )||June 21, 2014|
|With the supply depot swarming with Titans, Armin has the idea of using the mysterious Titan to defeat them. Mikasa and Conny agree with his plan and defeat the Titans attacking it, before rushing to the supply depot. Meanwhile, Jean and the others reach the supply depot despite suffering more casualties on the way, with Armin, Mikasa and Conny arriving soon after. Armin’s plan works, but while the mysterious Titan is able to attract the enemies outside, seven smaller Titans remain in the fuel storage area. With their equipment out of fuel, Armin devises another plan. The survivors draw the Titans’ attention to an elevator and shoot them in the eyes to blind them, while seven of them jump from the ceiling to finish them off. Sasha and Conny fail to kill their targets but are saved by Mikasa and Annie. Having successfully replenished their fuel, the soldiers prepare to retreat. As they see the mysterious Titan defeating all of the other Titans before collapsing, they are shocked to watch Eren emerge from its body. Mikasa reaches Eren and cries upon confirming that he is alive, while Armin notices that Eren’s severed leg and arm have somehow regenerated as well.|
|9||9||“Whereabouts of His Left Arm: The Struggle for Trost, Part 5″Transcription: ” Hidariude no Yukue -Torosuto-ku Kōbōsen (5)- ” (: 左腕の行方 ―トロスト区攻防戦⑤― )||Yoshiyuki Fujiwara||Yasuko Kobayashi||June 2, 2013 ( 2013-06-02 )||June 28, 2014|
|Captain of the Scout Regiment and his squad successfully retake a town from the Titans until they are called to an emergency at the Trost District as the Titans have invaded the city. When Eren was eaten and swallowed by the Bearded Titan, he found himself in its stomach along with the bodies of its victims. His rage at the Titans caused him to burst out of the Bearded Titan’s stomach by transforming himself into the mysterious Titan and going on a rampage against them. Although Eren’s comrades saw him emerge from the mysterious Titan, they all agreed to keep it a secret and bring him back inside Wall Rose. However, Kitts also witnessed this and has his men aim their weapons at Eren. Armin and Mikasa try to defend Eren, but to no avail. As Kitts fearfully orders the cannons to fire on the three of them, Eren recalls hazy memories of his father giving him an injection, telling him to reclaim Wall Maria and go to their home’s basement with his key. In order to protect Mikasa and Armin from the cannons, Eren partially transforms himself into a Titan, sheltering them inside his ribs.|
|10||10||“Response: The Struggle for Trost, Part 6″Transcription: ” Kotaeru -Torosuto-ku Kōbōsen (6)- ” (: 応える ―トロスト区攻防戦⑥― )||Hiroyuki Tanaka||Hiroshi Seko||June 9, 2013 ( 2013-06-09 )||July 12, 2014|
|Eren climbs out of the partially transformed Titan, telling Mikasa and Armin about the basement in his former house. He believes that it holds the secret to mankind’s preservation and the key to destroying the Titans. Kitts once again orders the cannon to be loaded out of fear. Eren comes up with two plans of escape. The first is for Eren to retreat as a Titan and criminalize himself in the eyes of humanity, and the second is to have Armin convince Kitts that Eren is an asset rather than a danger. Armin comes to the conclusion that he can still defend his friends despite his cowardice, deciding to try and talk their way out of being executed. Armin tentatively convinces Kitts, only to have him be overcome by fear and give the order to fire once more. The order is halted when Commander and his men intervene, sparing their lives. In return, Pyxis asks Eren if he will transform himself to block the gap in Wall Rose to prevent more Titans from getting in. Eren agrees, regardless of whether or not he will be able to control himself as a Titan.|
|11||11||“Idol: The Struggle for Trost, Part 7″Transcription: ” Gūzō -Torosuto-ku Kōbōsen (7)- ” (: 偶像 ―トロスト区攻防戦⑦― )||Kiyoshi Fukumoto||Hiroshi Seko||June 16, 2013 ( 2013-06-16 )||July 19, 2014|
|As Armin helps Pyxis’s subordinates coordinate a plan, morale among the troops begin to drop, as some want to desert and be with their families. Pyxis silences everyone by reminding them that if they abandon this chance to finally win against the Titans, they will be subjecting their families to their terror, which convinces the troops to stay. Claiming that Eren is the result of a secret project to turn humans into Titans, Pyxis plans to have most of the troops gather at a far corner of the Trost District to lure most of the Titans away while Eren as a Titan carries the giant boulder to seal the hole. Along with Mikasa, Eren will be guarded during the mission by three of the best elites of the Garrison, them being Ian Dietrich, and Mitabi Jarnach. As they approach the giant boulder, Rico, who is doubtful of the mission’s success and does not completely trust Eren, reminds him that many lives are at stake. Finally reaching the boulder, Eren transforms himself into a Titan, only to suddenly attack Mikasa.|
|12||12||“Wound: The Struggle for Trost, Part 8″Transcription: ” Kizu -Torosuto-ku Kōbōsen (8)- ” (: 傷 ―トロスト区攻防戦⑧― )||Shintaro Itoga||Noboru Takagi||June 23, 2013 ( 2013-06-23 )||July 26, 2014|
|Mikasa tries to reason with Eren while he is a Titan, but to no avail. Eren continues his attack and accidentally incapacitates himself, slumping to the ground. The squad protecting Eren sends up a red flare to signal that the plan has failed, much to the dismay of the troops observing from the wall. As Armin heads toward Eren to investigate, the elite squadron argues and eventually agrees to protect Eren instead of abandoning him, still recognizing him as a valuable military asset. During the operation, Jean is separated from Connie and Annie after his omni-directional mobility gear malfunctions, forcing him to hide from two Titans in a building. Armin reaches the unconscious Eren, but Mikasa calls to him, warning that he is in a dangerous state. Armin plunges his sword into Eren’s left arm, which briefly awakens him. As Armin speaks to him of the outside world and reminds him of his promise to kill all the Titans, Eren leaves his dreamlike state and regains control.|
|13||13||“Primal Desire: The Struggle for Trost, Part 9″Transcription: ” Genshoteki Yokkyū -Torosuto-ku Kōbōsen (9)- ” (: 原初的欲求 ―トロスト区攻防戦⑨― )||Masashi Koizuka||Noboru Takagi||June 30, 2013 ( 2013-06-30 )||August 2, 2014|
|Jean manages to acquire another set of omni-directional mobility gear from a dead soldier and escapes, thanks to Annie, Connie and distracting the Titans. With Eren as a Titan carrying the boulder towards the gate, Ian orders everyone to protect Eren from the Titans at all costs. Eren finally blocks the open gate with the boulder, and Rico fires a yellow flare to signal that the operation was a success. As Armin tries to pull Eren from his Titan body, they are cornered by two Titans, but Levi saves them in the nick of time. All Titans remaining in the Trost Districts are eliminated except two, which are captured for research. Jean, Sasha and Annie all mourn the deaths of their fellow comrades among several casualties. Meanwhile, Eren is chained in a cell guarded by the Military Police Regiment, where he is visited by Levi and Commander of the Scout Regiment. After listening to his story and reasons for wanting the Titans dead, Levi allows Eren to join his squad under his command, though Eren is warned that Levi would personally kill him if he ever betrays the squad or loses control again.|
|14||14||“Can’t Look into His Eyes Yet: Eve of the Counterattack, Part 1″Transcription: ” Mada Me o Mirenai -Hangeki Zen’ya (1)- ” (: まだ目を見れない ―反撃前夜①― )||Keisuke Onishi,Shinpei Ezaki||Yasuko Kobayashi||July 14, 2013 ( 2013-07-14 )||August 9, 2014|
|The populace is divided over whether Eren is their savior or their end. Eren is brought to a military tribunal to be judged by Commander-in-Chief, who will decide whether Eren should be given to the Military Police Regiment or the Scout Regiment, both of whom have their own reasons for wanting him. The Military Police Regiment wants Eren killed as he is seen by them as a menace, while the Scout Regiment wants to use him to retake Wall Maria. Becoming furious upon hearing from a merchant that Mikasa is accused of being a Titan as well, Eren calls out the Military Police Regiment and their supporters for their cowardice. Levi brutally beats down Eren in retaliation, but Eren does not transform into a Titan. Levi uses this to show to the court that the Scout Regiment can control Eren, and proposes that Eren is to be made part of his squad. In the end, Zachary gives Eren to the Scout Regiment, where Erwin and welcome him. As Eren is getting treatment for his wounds, they discover that he grew back a tooth knocked out after being beaten down by Levi.|
|15||15||“Special Operations Squad: Eve of the Counterattack, Part 2″Transcription: ” Tokubetsu Sakusen-han -Hangeki Zen’ya (2)- ” (: 特別作戦班 ―反撃前夜②― )||Kiyoshi Fukumoto||Hiroshi Seko||July 21, 2013 ( 2013-07-21 )||August 16, 2014|
|Levi and his, composed of,, and, bring Eren to the old Scout Regiment headquarters, where Eren will learn to control his Titan powers under their watch. As Levi orders the castle to be cleaned, Petra assures Eren that Levi does care about the people under his command despite his rude and harsh demeanor. Meanwhile, Erwin and discuss the new recruits joining the Scout Regiment and how they must prove Eren’s usefulness to Military Command within a month. Hange asks Eren to help in experiments with the two Titans they have captured, which Hange named, Hange has an obsession with Titans, treating them like people despite being put in danger many times. It is revealed that the Titans need sunlight to survive and their bodies are disproportionately light despite their size. The next day, the Scout Regiment discover that Sawney and Beane have been killed. As Hange mourns for them, the Scout Regiment deduce that the culprit is a soldier who escaped using their omni-directional mobility gear, which makes Eren wonder who their true enemy is.|
|16||16||“What Needs to Be Done Now: Eve of the Counterattack, Part 3″Transcription: ” Ima, Nani o Subeki ka -Hangeki Zen’ya (3)- ” (: 今、何をすべきか ―反撃前夜③― )||Keisuke Onishi,Yasushi Muroya||Yasuko Kobayashi||July 28, 2013 ( 2013-07-28 )||August 23, 2014|
|As the recruits are investigated over Sawney and Beane’s deaths, Annie, who will be joining the Military Police Regiment later, gives advice to Armin and Conny that it is their choice to decide on which military division they should join. The 104th Cadets are later greeted by Erwin at the Decision Ceremony, where he tells them that the goal of the Scout Regiment’s expedition in the following month is to reclaim the Shiganshina District and find the secret hidden in the basement of Eren’s home. After telling the recruits of the Scout Regiment’s high mortality rate during each expedition, Erwin tells the recruits that they may stay and join them or leave to join the other branches. Most recruits leave, but Jean joins the Scout Regiment in honor of Marco with others joining him as well including Mikasa, Armin, Reiner, Bertholdt, Conny, Sasha, Christa and Ymir, despite their fears. As the Scout Regiment prepare themselves for the expedition, Eren is reunited with his friends and learns what happened to the others. Jean questions whether Eren can truly control his Titan powers as they are risking their lives for him. With everything ready, the Scout Regiment begin their 57th Expedition beyond the walls.|
|17||17||“Female Titan: The 57th Exterior Scouting Mission, Part 1″Transcription: ” Megata no Kyojin -Dai Gojū-Nana Kai Hekigai Chōsa (1)- ” (: 女型の巨人 ―第57回壁外調査①― )||Daisuke Tokudo,Masashi Koizuka||Hiroshi Seko||August 4, 2013 ( 2013-08-04 )||September 6, 2014|
|As the 57th Expedition gets underway, the Scout Regiment assemble into their Long-Range Scouting Formation, wherein the Scouts spread out around the main wagon train and report by flare gun if Titans are nearby so the group can alter course to avoid conflict with them if possible. After Armin’s squad manages to kill an Abnormal Titan, a Female Titan suddenly appears from the right flank at high speed. Much to Armin’s shock, the Female Titan’s body withstands their blades and is intelligent enough to kill his seniors easily. The Female Titan captures Armin, but after removing his hood and seeing his face, she leaves him alive and continues running. Armin is picked up by Reiner and Jean, who reveals that their right flank was wiped out by the Titans. Armin then realizes that the Female Titan is possibly another intelligent Titan like Eren. When the three of them give conflicting locations for where Eren is in the formation, they realize the Female Titan’s target is Eren and that they must stop her. Avoiding their failed attempts to attack, she leaves them and heads towards the center group.|
|18||18||“Forest of Giant Trees: The 57th Exterior Scouting Mission, Part 2″Transcription: ” Kyodaiju no Mori -Dai Gojū-Nana Kai Hekigai Chōsa (2)- ” (: 巨大樹の森 ―第57回壁外調査②― )||Hiroyuki Tanaka,Shin Wakabayashi||Hiroshi Seko||August 11, 2013 ( 2013-08-11 )||September 13, 2014|
|Armin, Reiner and Jean are left stranded after their encounter with the Female Titan. They are left with only one horse, but they are soon saved by Christa who arrives with extra horses. They wait for the order to withdraw, but to their surprise, they discover that the operation is continuing albeit heading in a different direction. Meanwhile, news reaches the center group about the annihilation of their right flank by the Female Titan as she continues to wreak havoc within the formation. The whole formation soon reaches the Forest of Giant Trees with only the center row entering, while the rest defend the forest from Titans. Eren realizes something is wrong when his squad has no idea what Erwin’s orders are and what Levi is doing. As the Female Titan chases at their heels, the squad desperately await Levi’s command to attack, but Levi instead tells his squad to cover their ears as he fires his flare gun.|
|19||19||“Bite: The 57th Exterior Scouting Mission, Part 3″Transcription: ” Kamitsuku -Dai Gojū-Nana Kai Hekigai Chōsa (3)- ” (: 噛み付く ―第57回壁外調査③― )||Kiyoshi Fukumoto,Tomomi Ikeda||Noboru Takagi||August 18, 2013 ( 2013-08-18 )||September 20, 2014|
|Levi fires a noise round and tells the squad to keep moving forward. With more of the rearguard being killed by the Female Titan, Eren begs his squad to let him fight, but they tell him to trust Levi’s decision. Eren recalls when he was unable to transform into a Titan for experimental purposes in front of Hange, Levi and his squad. During a break when he tried to pick up a, Eren suddenly partially transformed, leading Hange to deduce that Eren is able to transform into a Titan not by solely injuring himself but also due to his desire to fulfill his goals. The squad apologized to Eren and told him they should trust each other. Remembering this, Eren decides to trust his squad’s plan. It is then revealed that Levi’s squad is bait to lure the Female Titan into an ambush, where Erwin and his men fire hundreds of to trap the Female Titan. Levi leaves his squad to meet up with Erwin to determine the identity of the Female Titan.|
|20||20||“Erwin Smith: The 57th Exterior Scouting Mission, Part 4″Transcription: ” Eruvin Sumisu -Dai Gojū-Nana Kai Hekigai Chōsa (4) ” (: エルヴィン・スミス ―第57回壁外調査④― )||Shintaro Itoga||Yasuko Kobayashi||August 25, 2013 ( 2013-08-25 )||September 27, 2014|
|With the Female Titan restrained, Erwin and Levi try to ascertain her identity with no success as she is able to crystallize her skin to prevent them from cutting out the human inside. Armin, Jean and the rest of Levi’s squad realize it was Erwin’s plan to use Eren as bait to draw out the within the army who joined them after the Walls fell and only revealed his plan to those who were part of the Scout Regiment before the fall. Meanwhile, the others wonder what is happening inside the forest. Levi taunts the Female Titan, prompting her to give a loud scream that draws all Titans in the vicinity towards her. Despite the Scout Regiment’s attempt to stop them, the Titans ignore the humans and eat the Female Titan’s body in a frenzy which makes Erwin call off the expedition. However, with no confirmation that the mole has also been eaten by the Titans, Erwin orders Levi to regroup with his squad. Meanwhile, the mole, disguised as a cloaked Scout Regiment member, attacks Levi’s squad and kills Günther.|
|21||21||“Crushing Blow: The 57th Exterior Scouting Mission, Part 5″Transcription: ” Tettsui -Dai Gojū-Nana Kai Hekigai Chōsa (5)- ” (: 鉄槌 ―第57回壁外調査⑤― )||Hiroyuki Tanaka,Yasushi Muroya||Noboru Takagi||September 1, 2013 ( 2013-09-01 )||October 4, 2014|
|Erwin tells Hange that it was a mistake to think all intelligent Titans are like Eren, since the Female Titan has unique abilities far beyond that of a novice. Elsewhere, the mole transforms into the Female Titan and chases after Levi’s squad. Armin theorizes that the mole is someone who had seen Eren transform during the invasion of the Trost District. Eren wants to transform into a Titan, but the squad tells him to trust in their skills and keep moving forward. Eld, Oruo and Petra manage to blind the Female Titan and attempt to cut off her arms. However, the Female Titan quickly regenerates her right eye and kills the three. Seeing his comrades dead, a grieving Eren transforms into a Titan. Believing his comrades and squad’s death could have been avoided if he had transformed in the first place, Eren fights the Female Titan in a long battle. The Female Titan finally defeats Eren by taking off his head and swallowing his human body. Mikasa attempts to stop the Female Titan, but to no avail. She is later joined by Levi, who tells her to keep their distance, as the Female Titan is getting tired.|
|22||22||“The Defeated: The 57th Exterior Scouting Mission, Part 6″Transcription: ” Haisha-tachi -Dai Gojū-Nana Kai Hekigai Chōsa (6)- ” (: 敗者達 ―第57回壁外調査⑥― )||Makoto Bessho,Shinpei Ezaki||Noboru Takagi||September 8, 2013 ( 2013-09-08 )||October 11, 2014|
|While Mikasa distracts the Female Titan in order to get Eren back, Levi debilitates the Female Titan at high speeds, but Levi injures his leg when saving Mikasa from leaving herself vulnerable. Mikasa then goes with Levi, who retrieves Eren from inside the mouth of the Female Titan, leaving it badly wounded and slumped against a tree. The Scout Regiment retrieves the corpses of their fallen comrades, with Erwin ordering that the lost corpses be reported, On their way back into town, the Scouts are chased by two Titans, one of which is killed by Mikasa. They outrun the other Titan after Levi reluctantly orders to dispose some of the corpses in order to lighten the wagon’s load. Later, Eren wakes up from a dream of his past and finds himself and the Scout Regiment back at town safely behind Wall Sina. The townspeople not only berate the Scout Regiment’s ineptitude, but also become enraged and upset at Erwin over the failure of the mission and the casualties that were sustained. But two kids watch the soldier with awe, commending them for their persistence. As a result of the failed expedition, Erwin and his subordinates are summoned to the capital, where the final decision of Eren’s custody will be made.|
|23||23||“Smile: Assault on Stohess, Part 1″Transcription: ” Hohoemi -Sutohesu-ku Kyūshū (1)- ” (: 微笑み ―ストヘス区急襲①― )||Hirokazu Yamada||Hiroshi Seko||September 15, 2013 ( 2013-09-15 )||October 18, 2014|
|Annie has a dream of being trained by her father before waking up. In the Stohess District, the Military Police Regiment are ordered to escort the Scout Regiment once they enter the capital. Annie’s colleagues and also known as Marlowe Freudenberg joined the Military Police Regiment for opposite reasons, one for its current corruption and the other for its possible reformation. After the convoy has entered the Stohess District, Annie is secretly called by Armin in the alleyways. Armin begs for her help, as he is helping Eren escape the capital, and the one riding in the convoy is actually Jean in disguise. Although declining at first, she finally agrees when Armin believes that she is a good person. Armin leads Eren, Mikasa and Annie to a tunnel, but Annie refuses to enter. Armin finally reveals his suspicion that Annie is the Female Titan, noting that she used Marco’s omni-directional mobility gear to kill Sawney and Beane and that the Female Titan did not kill him during the 57th Expedition. After Eren and Armin beg Annie to prove them wrong by following them, she laughs and soon transforms using the spike in her ring.|
|24||24||“Mercy: Assault on Stohess, Part 2″Transcription: ” Jihi -Sutohesu-ku Kyūshū (2)- ” (: 慈悲 ―ストヘス区急襲②― )||Akitoshi Yokoyama,Hiroyuki Tanaka||Yasuko Kobayashi||September 22, 2013 ( 2013-09-22 )||October 25, 2014|
|A few days before Eren is escorted to the capital, Erwin and Armin told him about a plan to capture Annie, the person shockingly believed to be the Female Titan. Back in the present, Eren, Mikasa and Armin manage to escape a tunnel collapse while being hunted by Annie as the Female Titan. Eren tries to transform but is unable to, and Mikasa suspects that his feelings for Annie are preventing him to do so. When Eren is trapped in another tunnel collapse, Mikasa and Armin distract Annie away from Eren. Meanwhile, Commander of the Military Police Regiment demands an explanation from Erwin on what is happening as his men hold him at gunpoint. Mikasa and the rest of the Scout Regiment distract and try to capture Annie, while Armin and Jean attempt to free Eren from the rubble. Armin tells Eren that he has to fight Annie as anyone who refuses to sacrifice can never change anything. As Eren thinks about what Armin said, he remembers his hatred for the Smiling Titan who killed his mother. Eren finally transforms into a Titan and charges at Annie, punching her into a cathedral and stampeding towards her in rage.|
|25||25||“Wall: Assault on Stohess, Part 3″Transcription: ” Kabe -Sutohesu-ku Kyūshū (3)- ” (: 壁 ―ストヘス区急襲③― )||Daisuke Tokudo, Masashi Koizuka, Shintarō Itoga, Tetsurō Araki||Yasuko Kobayashi||September 29, 2013 ( 2013-09-29 )||November 1, 2014|
|Inside the cathedral, a group of worshipers are crushed to their deaths, leaving the surviving awestruck. Eren and Annie fight each other in their Titan forms throughout the Stohess District, causing destruction and civilian deaths. Erwin, who accepts responsibility for the damage his plan has caused, is arrested by Nile, who orders the Military Police Regiment to help evacuate the civilians. After exchanging several blows, Annie is overpowered by Eren and attempts to escape by climbing up Wall Sina, but Mikasa cuts off Annie’s fingers and sends her falling. Eren prepares to eat Annie but Levi stops him as Annie must be captured alive for interrogation. Annie is seen crying and her body starts encasing itself in crystal before she recuperates in human form. Erwin attends a government inquiry to clear his name, explaining that he kept his plans secret to prevent leaks, despite the casualties during his plans. His new plan is to find intelligent Titans and use them to launch a counterattack against the Titans. Eren stays with the Scout Regiment, and Annie, who is comatose inside the crystal, is put under the custody of the Scout Regiment. In the, a piece of Wall Sina crumbles, revealing the face of a Titan within the wall.|
What year does Attack on Titan take place in real life?
Years; The Manga Attack on Titans is a fictional story which is taking place in the year 845.
Is AOT based on ww2?
Historical allusions in Attack on Titan: A fascist subtext Warning: Contains spoilers The use of real-world inspiration and imagery to create a fictional world is a common practice. George Lucas’ Emperor in Star Wars was modelled after Richard Nixon, and in the anime Fullmetal Alchemist the fictitious Ishval Civil War utilised imagery from the Iraq War.
The zeitgeisty manga and anime Attack on Titan is no different, taking inspiration from Germanic imagery and illustrations of the Jewish Exodus, Axis powers of World War II, and the Holocaust. Hajime Isayama’s dystopian series Attack on Titan has become a beloved anime series packed with not only action but also bearing historical significance of war, fascism, anti-semitism, racism, and social stratification.
With the manga having finished after an eleven-year publication run and the anime series nearing its end in 2023, the message of the story is gradually becoming clearer as it transcends from a battle between humans and man-eating humanoids to making political commentary through fiction and drawing from real-world conflicts.
- The story begins in a civilisation where mankind lives within the confinement of three massive walls.
- Here, the parallels with Nazism are striking.
- Carl Schmitt, a well-known political thinker, defined an ideal fascist society as one that accepts injustice, conflict, and misery as unavoidable, seeking to redirect citizens’ attention to a common adversary to prevent civil wars.
This philosophy is illustrated within the society in Attack on Titan, where the totalitarian government has persuaded the people that their hardship is due to the humanoid titans oppressing them, and exploits this narrative to justify the militarisation of society.
Over the years, Attack on Titan has been accused of being anti-Semitic and harbouring unsettling fascist subtexts, due to narrative parallels with Nazism and the Holocaust, and because Isayama based one of his characters, Dot Pixis, on General Akiyama Yoshifuru of the Japanese Imperial Army. However, the parallels do not necessarily indicate the acceptance of a fascist ideology.
The main theme of Attack on Titan remains anti-fascist and anti-racist, which becomes more evident by diving further into the story. Despite the parallels between Nazism and the story, it does not praise the fascist administration it depicts. Rather, it dissects and exposes its shortcomings.
Titans wandering outside the walls are discovered to have been humans once who were changed into titans forcefully and now mindlessly wander the world. Similar to how the Nazis utilised false propaganda to persuade people that Jews were the enemies of German society, the government in Attack on Titan did the same, with the “enemies” turning out to be humans and victims of the fascist system.
The story reveals that the nobles had manipulated news and history, lying to the public to divert attention away from their own lavish lifestyles, with the military serving as enforcers of this facade. Later, the nobility is revealed to be self-serving with no concern for humanity.
- In Attack on Titan, Historia, the heir to the noble Reiss family, rejects her father’s views that keeping the status quo is best for mankind and instead, releases Eren opting for the fall of their fascist regime.
- Hajime Isayama imbues Attack on Titan with multiple allegories to create a tale that is both familiar and complicated, using historical tropes and images to make a statement about the toll racism and nationalism has on individuals.
While some of it appears to reflect real-world politics, depiction does not imply endorsement. Overall, the parallels being drawn illustrate a specific side of our world. Reference: BetaSeries (2022). Fullmetal Alchemist: Scar and the Ishvalan Civil War Explained,
Where does Attack on Titan take place in real life?
The events take place mainly on Paradis Island (‘Paradis’ with a silent S is the french word for ‘paradise’) which mirrors the island of Madagascar near the coast of Africa (which was a french colony). How long will Attack on Titan season 4 be?
Why is episode 1 of aot called to you in 2000 years?
What Does “To You, 2000 Years From Now” Mean? – Even before Attack on Titan ended, the real meaning of this title, specifically, could be found scattered in other contextual clues. In Chapter 55 of the manga (Episodes 39–40 of the anime), Commanding Chief Dot Pixis describes the Fritz bloodline as being “unbroken for 2,000 years.” This refers to the fact that two centuries ago, Ymir Fritz became the ‘mother of all Titans,’ being the first human to ever gain the power of the giants from what’s later revealed to be an ancient worm-like creature.
Her last living descendants during the time of Attack on Titan ‘s story end up being Historia Reiss and Zeke, but more importantly, the “unbroken” part could also refer to Ymir’s Founding Titan, which, until it was stolen from the royal family by Eren and Zeke’s father, Grisha, hadn’t left her bloodline since her death,
This makes “To You, 2,000 Years From Now” sound like it comes from Ymir Fritz’s perspective. It’s not until Chapter 86 (Episodes 56 and 57 of the anime), however, that Ymir is revealed to be the Founder of the Titans, which more or less confirms that point of view.
When was Eren Yeager born?
History – Carla held a baby Eren Eren was born in Shiganshina District on March 30th, 835, in the southern region of Wall Maria to Carla Yeager and Grisha Yeager, He had a few friends, although his best friend was Armin Arlert, whom he often defended from the neighborhood bullies.
- Armin inspired his passion to leave the Walls and travel by showing him a hidden book about the outside world.
- He dreamed of joining the Survey Corps as soon as he reached the enlistment age, in order to see the outside world.
- Because of this dream, Eren and Armin were frequently regarded as heretics and harassed constantly by other children.
When Eren was nine years old he accompanied his father on a house call to the Ackerman family’s house only to find both parents murdered and their daughter Mikasa missing. Fearing the worst, Dr. Yeager instructed Eren to stay within the house while he fetched the Military Police, Eren saved Mikasa from the robbers Thinking quickly, Eren feigned distress and claimed that he was lost. As one of the robbers approached Eren, he pulled out a hidden knife and stabbed the man. As the second man went after him with an axe, Eren charged him with a makeshift spear, piercing him in the shoulder.
- Once he was down, Eren proceeded to stab him to death in a wild frenzy while Mikasa looked on.
- As Eren untied her in the aftermath, he was caught off-guard by a third robber, who proceeded to strangle him.
- Eren urged Mikasa, who was frozen in fear, to fight back, warning her that they would both be killed if she did nothing.
As Eren began to lose consciousness, Mikasa finally lost all inhibition and lunged at their attacker, stabbing him through the heart and killing him. Eren gave Mikasa his scarf When Dr. Yeager eventually returned with the MPs, he took Eren aside, scolding him angrily for his reckless behavior. While Eren was genuinely sorry for upsetting his father, he expressed no remorse whatsoever for killing the robbers.
How old is Eren Yeager?
When is Eren Yeager’s birthday?
|Eren Yeager||15||5’7′ / 170cm|
|Mikasa Ackerman||15||5’7′ / 170cm|
|Armin Arlert||15||5’4′ / 163cm|
|Levi Ackerman||30-33||5’3′ / 160cm|
What race is Eren Yeager?
Eren Yeager is an Eldian, or a Subject of Ymir. He is a member of a race of people who can turn into Titans, courtesy of their direct relations with Ymir Fritz, the Founder. In the real world, I Eren would be of Germanic descent.
Is AOT based on true?
Human history has served as fodder for great works of art, be it literature, TV serials, or movies. Similarly, the world of anime has drawn significant inspiration from reality, such as Steins;Gate’s MC, Rintarou Okabe, who has been rumored to be based on John Titor, a self-proclaimed time traveler.
- Another popular anime to have utilized this trope is Vinland Saga, which largely detailed the events following the invasion of England by the Vikings in the 11th century.
- Hajime Isayama’s Attack on Titan is a classic example of an anime series that drew heavily from true historical events.
- Much like the anime series mentioned above, it did so in a subtle manner, i.e., through implications.
As such, this article will take a look at some of these references to true events within the story. Disclaimer: This article contains spoilers from the Attack on Titan series and contains historical mentions of sensitive topics such as the Holocaust and Anti-Semitism.
Why is AoT based on Germany?
Attack on titan animie is heavily inspired from German history. It is not just the music but also the outfits of Marley army officers. It looks very much familiar to German army uniform during the time of holocaust. Also the Eldians in Marley are asked to wear a badge to identify themselves.
What is Mikasa based on?
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
|Attack on Titan character|
|Mikasa, as depicted in the Attack on Titan manga|
|First appearance||Attack on Titan chapter 1: “To You, 2,000 Years from Now” (2009)|
|Last appearance||Attack on Titan chapter 139: “Toward the Tree on That Hill” (2021)|
|Created by||Hajime Isayama|
|Portrayed by||Kiko Mizuhara|
Mikasa Ackerman ( ミカサ・アッカーマン, Mikasa Akkāman, alt. “Mikasa Ackermann”) is a fictional character from Hajime Isayama ‘s manga series Attack on Titan, Mikasa is introduced as a young villager living with the protagonist, the young Eren Yeager, and his family which took her following the deaths of her parents in an attempted kidnapping.
- When giant creatures known as Titans invade the area and eat Eren’s mother, Mikasa and Eren become members of the Military and joins the Survey Corps—an elite group of soldiers who fight Titans outside the walls and also study the physiology of Titans in order to know what they are fighting.
- Nevertheless, Mikasa’s main reason for fighting is due to her love towards Eren.
She has also appeared in video games and the anime adaptation. Isayama based Mikasa on a real person he met before he became a manga artist keeping the original idea of her being Asian in order to stand out within the Western look a like cast. Her relationship with Eren was one originally conceived to also stand out across other love relationships due to Mikasa was not written to side with Eren as it would weaken her character while Eren instead does not find her as a love interest.
Mikasa is voiced by Yui Ishikawa in Japanese and Trina Nishimura in English with the two voice actress being surprised by the popularity of their works and charming sides of Mikasa despite being often stoic. Critical response to Mikasa’s characterization was positive for standing out as a skilled female warrior in a male-oriented series and has won several awards as the manga and anime were released.
Though she was praised for her calm personality which contrasts Eren’s active talks, critics were also surprised by the charming side she shows towards Eren in the narrative. Both voice actress were also praised by the media.
Is AoT set during WW1?
Alright, so, like. I think now that S4 is airing most people understand that the basic ‘AoT is nazi propaganda’ shit is bullshit because clearly the Marleyan propaganda about Eldians being devils was meant to be propaganda, but I hear people make arguments I don’t like still, mainly about Jewish stereotypes and the lack of accountability for Japanese imperialism.
It seems this mostly revolves around people incorrectly thinking that Eldians are meant to be a stand-in for Jewish people during WW2, so that’s just what I wanted to talk about. Because it isn’t. And they aren’t. People mostly think this because they’re in a somewhat Germanic area and the technology seems like it’s around WW2 era.
Though I have to say in the later point– it isn’t. It’s more WW1. Trench warfare like you saw at the start of the Marley is what WW1 was known for. Not WW2. The country Marley is battling with at the beginning of the arc, as well, seems to be a stand-in for the Ottoman Empire, which dissolved in the 1920s largely as a result of losing the war. Now, AoT’s world is VERY different from our own, but with these two facts, it’s pretty certain here that this story is around the 1910s our time. It’s WW1, NOT WW2. But let’s also make it clear here that Eldians are not Jewish. We know the past of the Eldians through Ymir. They were Germanic people. Barbarians, as we know them, though the word only means ‘not Roman’ technically. Pretty distinguishable from the armor and the tusk cups. They are not Hebrew. Here’s a historical rendition of Germanic peoples, so you can get what I mean. In fact, the ancient Germans are associated with the word Barbarian because, like I said, it means not Roman, and they were the ones the Romans were most fighting with. Marley came from the Romans. You know what a Roman headpiece looks like. It’s very distinguishable. They were Romans. Hell, they’re still ‘Italians.’ You can see it in the food, though that’s more stereotypical than anything else. During the festival they were eating pizza, cannolis, and ice cream (which wasn’t an Italian invention but was introduced to Europe through Italy).
- You can see it in the names, too, though it’s not absolute.
- Eldians tend to have Germanic names, like Braun or Jaeger, whereas in Marley we see Nicolo & General Calvi.
- Not only are Marleyans not German, they aren’t even close to WW2 Germany.
- They are not trying to get revenge on anyone; they are just an imperialist country continuing to invade others for natural resources, as seen by the Mid-East alliance, as well as victims of their imperialism like Onyankopon and Yelena.
They are imperialists, and rather than specifically trying to eradicate Eldians, they are strangely known for treating Eldians better than other countries– Udo even says as much, knowing so because he was from a Mid-East nation (as you remember, he could speak the language of one of the Mid-Eastern soldiers).
This is because Marley has a use for Eldians as cannonfodder and has a vested interest in treating them better so they can manipulate them into joining the military. Obviously, this never happened in history, especially not with Jewish people during the Holocaust- As such, there is no AoT equivalent to Auschwitz; no concentration camps that Eldians are systematically exterminated in, no gas chambers or ovens that were the big thing that set the Holocaust apart from other genocides.
If anything, Marley’s imperialist behavior is more akin to America than anything else– Likely because this is a world where it seems the Roman empire never truly crumbled. So, we’ve established here that AoT does not take place in WW2. It’s in WW1. And the genocide is happening worldwide, but mostly in Italy.
Against Germanic people. It has nothing to do with Jewish people. The reason why people think this, however, is because their understanding of genocides mostly start and stop at the Holocaust. They see ghettos, and they assume that the Eldians must be Jewish people. This is incorrect, too. If you know anything about how genocides happen, Isayama seemed to be very deliberate in just ticking all the boxes.
There are 10 stages of genocide. http://genocidewatch.net/genocide-2/8-stages-of-genocide/ Classification / Symbolization / Discrimination / Dehumanization / Organization / Polarization / Preparation / Persecution / Extermination / Denial Those are official.
- I learned them in school, that’s how I know them.
- Isayama is clearly aware of them and uses them outright, and somehow this has been mistaken for the Eldians being a stand-in for Jewish people during the Holocaust.
- Things like armbands (symbolization) and ghettos (organization) are both literally stages of genocide.
Not just the Holocaust. Any genocide. I’ll use the armband specifically. For some reason people think that this only happened in the holocaust. However, that’s wrong. Jewish people didn’t even wear an armband then, they wore yellow Star of David pins. If you google ‘genocide armband’ the first thing that actually comes up is the Bosnian genocide. The genocidewatch source also mentions another example; Cambodians targeted by Pol Pot were forced to wear blue scarves. One final thing I want to argue about, too, is that they must be Jewish because of the specific things hurled about them ‘controlling the world,’ because for some reason people seem to think that only Jews have ever been targeted for seemingly oppressing others, despite the fact that that’s what the Tutsi were specifically targeted for.
- They also have other insults hurled against them that Jewish people do not.
- They are all considered potential bombs; a suicide bomb threat.
- That’s, in fact, the main reason for people continuing to lock them up.
- They are scared that they’ll turn into titans and attack them.
- The previous oppression is only resentment, their continued oppression is from the constant danger, an argument that sounds far more like what Muslim people deal with, particularly today with Palestinians and Uighurs, who are both locked in ghettos in very much the same way.
(Also also, I’ve heard it argued that for some reason despite all this, Isayama should have made some big declaration against Japanese imperialism But Japan is not a good country in this story. It’s also imperialist, but it’s half a world away, has very little bearing on the plot, and we already have a country that shows imperialism is bad.
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How old is Levi Ackerman?
6. Erwin Smith – Source: Wit Studio Commander Erwin Smith is one of the oldest Attack on Titan characters, although his exact age has also not been confirmed by Isayama. Let’s go with context clues. If Levi and Hange are subordinates to Erwin, and Erwin was the commander of the Survey Corps by the time Eren, Mikasa and Armin join the ranks, then that must mean Erwin has to be at least a few years older than Hange and Levi.
- Article continues below advertisement So if Levi is in his early thirties in Season 1, Erwin has to be somewhere between 35-39 years of age.
- Again, Isayama never confirmed Erwin’s actual age, so this is speculation.
- However, it would make sense that the Commander of the Survey Corps was older than his subordinates.
Sadly, Erwin went down fighting in Season 3 so he never made it to the events of Season 4. Article continues below advertisement
Is AOT based in Germany?
Geographically no, but one can draw a lot of cultural and historical similarities.
Where is AOT set in Germany?
Nördlingen. Nördlingen is a German city located in the state of Bavaria, in the district of Danube-Ries.
What does 13 years mean in AOT?
Curse of Ymir – Kruger during his final year The first Titan, Ymir Fritz, was killed thirteen years after acquiring the power of the Titans. Because it is impossible for anyone to surpass the Founder, each person who gained the power of the Titans was fated with the “Curse of Ymir” ( ユミルの呪い Yumiru no Noroi ? ), which limited their remaining lifespan to only 13 years after first acquiring it.
Who is Eren Waiting 2000 Years for?
According to chapter 122, ymir was a slave and when she died, she waited 2000 years for eren to free her from being a slave? apparently she ‘pulled some strings’ in the world so it could all lead up to eren meeting her in PATHS, just so eren could tell her that she’s free.
Why was Eren crying?
Short Answer: Eren saw the memories of his future self. If you want a detailed answer, read on: So if my memory serves right, the opening scene has Eren and Mikasa are picking up firewood and Eren wakes up from a nap with tears in his eyes.
Who will Eren marry?
Eren is the last person Historia is going to marry. That is because she is homosexual. And she’s in love with Ymir and they had already planned to get married at one point. From Eren’s side, Mikasa is the one destined to get married to him.
What race is Armin?
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia For the 2007 Croatian drama film, see Armin (film),
|Name day||2nd of Jun|
|Word/name||Germanic and Persian|
|Derivation||Arminius & Ariobarzanes|
|Meaning||Guardian of Aryan lands|
|Region of origin||Germany & Iran|
Armin is an ancient Indo-European forename. It can also be a surname, but such examples are infrequent.
Historical records of Armin as a forename appear independently from two different sources:
Armin is the modern form of Arminius who was a German prince. He is mostly known for defeating the Roman army in Battle of the Teutoburg Forest, The latinized name of “Arminius” itself comes form an ancient Germanic name that may have derived from elemental noun “ermen” which means “whole” or “universal” in essence.
Armin was son of Kai Kobad who is a fantastical character in the Shahnameh book of poetry. He belonged to the Kayanian dynasty in Persian literature and mythology. Armin is the short form of ” Āriya-bṛdāna” whose hellenized name is Ariobarzanes, He was a Persian prince and satrap who fought against Alexander the Great,
Is it Jaeger or Yeager?
Yeager or jeager | Fandom 0 It would be Jaeger which is a name that is taken from a bird with the same name a Jaeger (edited by Thagiftedkid) 2 Both are technically correct. In the official English translation of the manga his last name is spelled Yeager.
In the official translation of the anime, it’s spelled Jaeger. So, using either one is pretty much fine.0 Jeager is an actual German name, and since many of the names are german, I think it works better.0 I say Yeager cause they may hint at being German but who last name being a word is spelt right also paradis is Madagascar so yea 1 This is weird, but for the season 1-3 eren, i spell it Jeager, but for season 4, i spell it Yeager.
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What year is AOT Season 2?
Attack on Titan (season 2)
|Attack on Titan|
|No. of episodes||12|
|Original network||MBS TV|
|Original release||April 1 – June 17, 2017|
What year does Attack on Titan before the fall take place?
Timeline of the Before the Fall series | Fandom Hello wikia people! Today I am writing a post to address an issue I have found while looking over the wiki’s for the AOT series, concerning the Attack on Titan: Before the Fall series. I brought this issue up on the page’s talk page, but never got any input on the matter from other users, so I’ve decided to bring it to the wiki’s forums so that I may have an open discussion about it with the community and see if anyone has any information that I have somehow missed.
- Now, on the wiki’s timeline, the BTF series is stated to take place in the years 778-793, based on the fact that it is stated in chapter 20 of the series that Xavi Inocencio was in the Training Corps’ 49th class.
- However, in the first chapter of the BTF manga, it is stated that Mammon’s attack on Shiganshina took place 30 years after the Walls were constructed, which would place Mammon’s attack (and Kuklo’s birth) in the year 773, rather than 778.
What’s more, it is stated in chapter 16 that the Colossus Titan’s attack on Shiganshina (in year 845) takes place 55 years after Kuklo had his premonition that Titan’s would eventually break into the Walls, which would place the events of the series after Kuklo’s escape from captivity at the Inocencio estate in the year 790, rather than 793.
Why was there a 4 year gap between season 1 and 2 of AOT?
The reason why the delay existed was to make sure, that the manga is far enough ahead so that they don’t require any filler at all and might even be able to improve small things of the manga.
Why did it take 5 years for aot season 2?
The manga releases a new chapter every month, and if 34 chapters are needed to produce an anime season, that means the producers need to wait 34 months; i.e., around 3 years, to gather enough chapters to work with. That’s why Season 2 took so long.