Attack On Titan: Every Main Character’s Age, Height, And Birthday

Attack On Titan is one of the best-known anime series of the past decade. Here are some basic details fans should know about the main characters.

Attack on Titan is critically acclaimed and one of the most popular anime series of all time. Based on the manga by Hajime Isayama, the Attack on Titan anime launched in 2013 and looks set to end in 2023.

In the story’s world, enormous man-eating humanoid creatures called Titans threaten humanity. To survive, human society took refuge inside cities surrounded by three enormous walls that protect them from the Titans. This civilization fights back against the Titans with grappling hooks and sharp blades, which allow the military to swing around their assailants and slice open their necks, killing them.

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Both the anime and the manga follow Eren Yeager, along with his friends and comrades Mikasa Ackerman and Armin Arlert, who are a part of the Survey Corps branch of the military. Other main characters include leaders such as Levi Ackerman, Erwin Smith, and Hange Zoe. Eventually, all of these main characters meet Zeke Yeager, Eren’s half-brother (who is not a part of the Survey Corps).

Throughout its run, Attack on Titan introduces plenty of fantastic characters who have gone on to leave a significant impact on the franchise’s fanbase. Let’s take a look at these AoT characters’ ages, heights, and birthdays.

Although they will be kept to a minimum, spoilers will not be completely avoidable. Please bear that in mind if you are not up to date with the anime.

Updated on March 7, 2023 by Mark Sammut: Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part 3 has dropped its first hour-long special, and the anime has knocked its return out of the park. The end is near for Attack on Titans’ characters as the show’s finale is set to air in Fall 2023. By that point, the series would have been on-air for roughly a decade; during that time, the anime cemented many of its characters as all-time greats.

Attack On Titan Statistics Chart

The Survey Corps in Attack on Titan

Attack on Titan‘s roster of (important) characters is quite extensive, so much so that this summary has ballooned to over 30 entries.

In order to make the information as readily accessible as possible, the following table has been constructed to provide a breakdown of each Attack on Titan character’s age, birthday, and height. How tall is Levi Ackerman? When is Eren Yeager’s birthday?

Unless stated otherwise, the statistics are based on the character’s status in the Year 850 since that is when most of Attack on Titan’s story takes place. If someone debuted after that point, their first appearance will be used. Also, as Attack on Titan hasn’t revealed the exact age of every character, estimates will be provided in those instances. In other cases, N/A will be written.

Character

Age

Birthday

Height

Eren Yeager

  • 15
  • March 30th
  • 5’7″ / 170cm

Mikasa Ackerman

  • 15
  • February 10th
  • 5’7″ / 170cm

Armin Arlert

  • 15
  • November 3rd
  • 5’4″ / 163cm

Levi Ackerman

  • 30-33
  • December 25th
  • 5’3″ / 160cm

Erwin Smith

  • 35-39¹
  • October 14th
  • 6’2″ / 188cm

Reiner Braun

  • 17
  • August 1st
  • 6’1″ / 185cm

Bertolt Hoover

  • 17
  • December 30th
  • 6’4″ / 192cm

Zeke Yeager

  • 25
  • August 1st
  • 6’0″ / 183cm

Hange Zoë

  • 29-31²
  • September 5th
  • 5’7″ / 170cm

Historia Reiss

  • 15
  • January 15th
  • 4’9″ / 145cm

Annie Leonhart

  • 16
  • March 22nd
  • 5’0″ / 153cm

Jean Kirstein

  • 15⁴
  • April 7th
  • 5’9″ / 175cm

Connie Springer

  • 15⁴
  • May 2nd
  • 5’2″ / 158cm

Ymir

  • 17-19³
  • February 17th
  • 5’8″ / 172cm

Sasha Blouse

  • 15⁴
  • July 26th
  • 5’6″ / 168cm

Marco Bott

  • 15⁴
  • June 16th
  • 5’10” / 178cm

Floch Forster

  • 15⁴
  • October 8th
  • 5’09” / 175cm

Louise

  • 13-16
  • April 25th
  • 5’01” / 155cm

Daz

  • 15⁴
  • September 22nd
  • 5’09” / 175cm

Samuel Linke-Jackson

  • 15⁴
  • December 20th
  • 5’11” / 180cm

Petra Ral

  • N/A
  • December 6th
  • 5’02” / 158cm

Dot Pyxis

  • N/A
  • September 13
  • 5’11 / 180cm

Kitz Woermann

  • N/A
  • August 2
  • 6’48” / 195cm

Rico Brzenska

  • N/A
  • December 7
  • 5’14” / 156cm

Dhalis Zachary

  • N/A
  • April 15
  • 5’5″ / 165cm

Nile Dawk

  • 35-40⁵
  • November 1
  • 5’97” / 177cm

Kenny Ackerman

  • 40-45⁶
  • February 4th
  • 6’3″ / 190cm

Yelena

  • N/A
  • January 21st
  • 6’3″ / 190cm

Gabi Braun

  • 12⁵
  • April 14th
  • 4’6″ / 138cm

Porco Galliard

  • N/A⁵
  • November 11th
  • 5’8″ / 175cm

Pieck Finger

  • N/A⁵
  • August 5th
  • 5’1″ / 155cm

Colt Grice

  • N/A⁵
  • August 12th
  • 5’11” / 180cm

Falco Grice

  • N/A⁵
  • February 10th
  • 4’7″ / 140cm

Ymir Fritz

  • N/A
  • N/A
  • N/A

Karl Fritz

  • N/A
  • N/A
  • N/A

¹ Erwin Smith’s age has not been revealed, but he was in grade school when his father died around Year 825. By Year 850, Erwin is the Survey Corps’ commander and, presumably, a few years older than Levi. Therefore, he should be in his late 30s.

² Based on player theories and speculation.

³ As a young teenager, Ymir transformed into a Titan and then spent the next 60 years stuck in that form. She changed back to human in the Year 845; consequently, she must be in her late teens by 850.

⁴ An approximation based on the character being part of the 104th Training Corps.

⁵ Introduced in Year 854.

⁶ In the Year 829, Kenny was a young man (and serial killer), so it can be assumed that he was around 20 at this point.

Eren Yeager

attack on titan Eren Yeager

Eren Yeager is the main protagonist of Attack on Titan, and he is introduced as a rather straightforward character. In the anime’s pilot, Eren watches helplessly as his mother is devoured by a Titan; naturally, the boy vows to destroy every Titan to ever set foot on the planet. To achieve this goal, Eren enrolls in the military as part of the 104th Training Corps and eventually joins the Survey Corps.

Eren undergoes a great deal of development throughout the anime, growing into a far more nuanced character by Attack on Titan‘s season 3. Eren’s journey is one defined by an unrelenting drive for not only vengeance but to find purpose in the pain he and everyone else has experienced. He desperately wants to make all that suffering mean something, that it ultimately resulted in a better world. Eren is smart, manipulative, charismatic, and committed.

Mikasa Ackerman

Mikasa in Attack on Titan

Eren’s right-hand partner, Mikasa Ackerman is nearly always by the protagonist’s side, especially in the anime. Strong, fearless when up against Titans, and quiet, Mikasa is among the last living members of the Ackerman clan; unfortunately, this makes her a target. At the age of 9, traffickers killed Mikasa’s parents and might have kidnaped the girl if Eren did not show up to rescue her. Mikasa immediately repaid the favor.

Mikasa’s personality is directly molded by her relationship with Eren, as she reflects her friend’s brash and direct nature. Despite her physical abilities ranking among the best in this universe, Mikasa’s obsessive devotion to Eren gives her a huge blind spot that Attack on Titan challenges more and more as the story progresses.

Armin Arlert

Armin from Attack on Titan

Armin Arlert completes Attack on Titan‘s main trinity, standing alongside Eren and Mikasa. Typically taking a backseat to the other characters, Armin doesn’t fully come into his own until around season 3; after this point, the character’s strategic and analytic mind starts to really shine through.

Armin’s soft-spoken nature matches well with Eren’s aggression, with the former occasionally serving as the voice of reason. As the anime has progressed, this character has been forced to take on a leadership role due to his analytical mind and willingness to explore all avenues when faced with a dilemma. Despite experiencing a lot of hardship throughout the story, Armin has not changed all that significantly from his initial depiction, at least nowhere near as much as Eren.

Levi Ackerman

Levi in Attack on Titan

Arguably the anime’s most beloved character, Levi is one of the strongest fighters in the Survey Corps and serves as a squad captain. Willing to take on an army of Titans if necessary, Levi doesn’t hesitate to put it all on the line for the sake of safeguarding human life. This goes beyond Titans, as Levi’s hatred for Kenny Ackerman, a serial killer, is just as intense.

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Vicious in combat and distant outside it, Levi is a blood-soaked soldier who carries the weight of the world on his shoulders because he knows most people cannot handle the burden. Attack on Titan has gradually revealed Levi’s background, showing that he started as a criminal before eventually joining the Survey Corps. Levi is the type of person who only follows orders from people he respects; that said, he is generally quite empathetic.

Erwin Smith

attack on titan anime erwin

The Survey Corps’ 13th commander, Erwin Smith takes on a primarily behind-the-scenes role for large chunks of the anime; however, he casts a wide shadow over a lot of the story. Highly respected by Levi and Hange Zoë, Erwin constantly struggles internally with his desire to satisfy his curiosity about the state of the world and his role to preserve humanity’s future.

Erwin’s complexity doesn’t fully reveal itself until very late in the character’s story, but he becomes a prominent figure towards the end of season 3. In the public eye, the commander presents an unshakable and controlled front; he is the leader humanity needs. Behind closed doors, Erwin is far more unsure about himself, questioning not only his actions’ validity but also their righteousness.

Reiner Braun

attack on titan anime Reiner

Initially coming across as something of a big brother to Eren and company, Reiner eventually reveals that he has been hiding a dark secret. A spy sent to infiltrate humanity, Reiner joins the Survey Corps in an attempt to get closer to discovering the Founding Titan.

Reiner’s reveal marks a high point in Attack on Titan, a twist so unexpected and expertly delivered that it sent shockwaves across the anime world. Reiner’s dual life caused him to develop various mental problems, as he lost himself within the personality he created. By season 4, he is a broken individual who does not fully feel like he belongs anywhere. Reiner’s backstory does a lot to flesh out his personality and psychological struggles, turning what could have been an “evil all along” type character into a tragic figure haunted by his past despite mostly believing that he did what needed to be done.

Bertolt Hoover

attack on titan anime bertolt

Reiner’s partner, Bertolt slips into the background during Attack on Titan‘s first season, coming across as a rather meek and unassuming individual. Once it is revealed that Bertolt is the Colossal Titan, he becomes more aggressive and appears less conflicted about the situation than Reiner.

Although a villain from the perspective of Eren and the other character, Bertolt seldom falters in his belief that his actions are justified. Attack on Titan‘s brilliance comes down to its desire to showcase the reasoning behind each party’s actions, presenting almost nobody as purely evil or indisputably good.

Zeke Yeager

attack on titan anime zeke

Eren’s half-brother, Zeke is introduced as the Beast Titan and the captain of Marley’s Warrior Unit. Despite his allegiance to Marley, Zeke is not to be trusted and is primarily driven by his desire to eliminate the Subjects of Ymir, which are all the descendants of Ymir Fritz.

Highly intelligent, brutal, nihilistic, and manipulative, Zeke is a threat whether in his Beast Titan form or not, and nobody is really safe from his wrath. Zeke’s relationship with Eren, his half-brother, introduces different facades to both characters.

Hange Zoë

Hange in Attack on Titan

While not explored as thoroughly as the likes of Levi or Reiner, Hange Zoë is still one of Attack on Titan‘s best secondary characters. Whether providing some much-needed comedy relief during the early parts of the anime or demonstrating a willingness to commit atrocities in pursuit of their greater good, Hange is enigmatic and magnetic.

Hange has a close relationship with Levi stemming from their shared time in the Survey Corps. As the story progresses, Hange becomes a more serious and grim figure as they are forced to take on more authoritative roles in Attack on Titan.

Historia Reiss/Krista Lenz

attack on titan anime historia

The only living member of the Reiss royal bloodline, Historia’s childhood was defined by isolation and self-loathing stemming from being unwanted and openly detested by her family. After her mother was killed, Historia changed her name and enlisted in the military as Krista Lenz, a road that was intended to lead to her death.

Through her relationship with Ymir, Historia found confidence in herself and eventually set out on a path to reclaim her name. Since then, she has experienced things that nobody should ever go through, and despite all that, Historia has continued to move forward.

Annie Leonhart

Annie in Attack on Titan

The main antagonist of Attack on Titan‘s first season, Annie slipped into the Survey Corps alongside Reiner and Bertolt. A selling point of the series is its unpredictability. While this is clear from the start, early moments such as Eren’s “death” and Annie’s exposure as the Female Titan helped reinforce this dimension.

Trained to be a soldier from a young age, Annie was chosen as one of Marley’s Warriors and sent to retrieve the Founding Titan from behind the Walls. Although she disappears from the series for long spells, Annie’s presence as Attack on Titan‘s first major antagonist cemented her as one of the franchise’s most iconic characters. Subsequent seasons would also recontextualize Annie’s actions.

Jean Kirstein

attack on titan anime jean

Unlike some other people, Jean enlists in the military to try and join the Military Police Brigade, a position that would provide some degree of protection and comfort. Serving an antagonist role in the early chapters, Jean often clashes with Eren, primarily due to the fact that both characters have a tendency to let their emotions run wild.

Despite initially coming across as somewhat of a throwaway figure, Jean blossoms into a well-rounded character as the narrative progresses. He even assumes a leadership position, something that would have seemed impossible during season one. The anime’s characters tend to be polarizing, in the sense that the writing for them is often regarded as one of Attack on Titan‘s weaker points. However, Jean is somewhat of an exception as the series expertly leads him on a straightforward and realistic arc that never feels contrived.

Connie Springer

attack on titan anime connie

Another character introduced as part of the 104th Training Corps, Connie is immediately likable. Good-natured and approachable, Connie doesn’t have any lofty or heroic ambitions when he joins the military and just wishes to carve a road to the Military Police Brigade.

Like Jean, Connie becomes inspired by the likes of Eren to take this opportunity more seriously, something that is cemented once he has a direct confrontation with the Titans. In the anime’s later seasons, Connie gradually transforms into an angrier figure, leaving behind the positivity that once defined him. Even if he is not as important or ever-present as Eren or Mikasa, Connie witnesses more than his share of horrors, all of which play a part in hardening the soldier.

Ymir

attack on titan anime ymir

Ymir has led a complicated and tragic life. The cynical and bitter figure that debuts as part of the 104th Training Corps is not simply acting out – Ymir has been to hell and back. Born in Marley, Ymir was nameless and homeless until she got picked up by a cult and turned into a prop for worship.

Eventually, Ymir was betrayed, tortured, and left to die. However, she turned into a Titan and spent the next 60 years roaming the wasteland. In 845, she reverted to human and, five years later, found herself in the military. Unsurprisingly due to her history, Ymir is not the most approachable person, and she keeps her 104th comrades at an arm’s length. That said, her friendship with Krista is genuinely endearing and helps add dimensions to both characters.

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Sasha Blouse

attack on titan anime sasha

Attack on Titan‘s resident eater, Sasha is always looking for her next meal, a trait stemming from her background as a hunter from a small village. Due to her sequestered upbringing, Sasha doesn’t have much experience with people from the Walls; consequently, it takes her a while to adjust to life in the military.

In a universe filled with haunted, dark, and broken characters, Sasha’s warmth and primal simplicity allow her to stand out positively. AoT‘s world could use more people like Sasha, even if she does take a while to get past some prejudices. The great thing about characters like Sasha, Jean, and Connie is that they are just ordinary people who are trying to make the best of a terrible situation. They are not destined for greatness or have lofty ambitions, and they grow from their experiences rather than in pursuit of a future.

Marco Bott

attack on titan anime Marco Bott

One of the unsung heroes of Attack on Titan‘s early seasons, Marco adds a touch of normalcy to the series. An empathetic character who generally tries to see the best in others, Marco plays a subtle but important part in uniting the 104th Training Corps. In fact, Marco is arguably the main reason Jean matures so much in the span of roughly a year.

Marco’s time on the show is relatively short, but he makes the most of it, leaving a long-lasting impression that influences plenty of other characters. In some ways, Marco is too good and trusting to survive long in a world as harsh as Attack on Titan‘s, and these qualities directly lead to his demise.

Floch Forster

Floch Forster anime attack on titan

While essentially a minor character, Floch goes through quite an arc in Attack on Titan. Part of the Scout Regiment, Floch has seen his share of tragedies, particularly the Battle of Shiganshina District. Floch was a significant supporter of Erwin and pushed heavily for the commander to be saved over Armin when only one of them could receive the Titan injection. Throughout the character’s run, he has always sought someone to follow, a person that he can attach his hope for the future. Originally, Floch found this leader in Erwin; later on, he switched allegiances to Eren.

In Attack on Titan: The Final Season, Floch goes from a background player to a standout antagonist, one who fully supports Eren’s desire to eradicate everyone outside of Paradis Island. While there are far more intimidating characters in the anime, Floch is strangely unsettling as he uses logic to justify heinous acts, claiming them to be for the greater good. Basically, he is a very human villain.

Louise

Louise attack on titan child adult

The Jeagerists play a significant role in Attack on Titan season 4 as they represent the internal strife tearing Paradis Island apart. Opting to follow Eren alongside Floch, Louise is one of the group’s younger members as she was just a child when the Battle of Trost District took place in 850. During this moment, she was saved from a Titan by Mikasa, a feat that greatly shaped Louise’s mentality as she embraced the idea that only the strong will survive.

In the grand scheme of things, Louise is a minor character in AoT, but she represents the political intrigue that defines the final stretch of the manga and anime. By season 4, the show has long since left behind its human versus monster roots, developing into something far more complex.

Daz

Daz attack on titan

Another member of the Jeagerists, Daz is a perfectly ordinary person who is just utterly horrified by the state of his world. As part of the 104th Cadet Corps, Daz participated in a number of the most important and vicious battles in Attack on Titan, experiences that did little to ease the character’s anxiety or fear.

Daz is nothing more than a minor character, but he illustrates the story’s nuanced development in the fourth season. Although the Jeagerists are essentially antagonists, the members themselves are not villains. Daz is just scared and sees Eren as a potential savior. Honestly, this character is quite relatable.

Samuel Linke-Jackson

Samuel Linke-Jackson attack on titan with Daz

Samuel and Daz are two faces that are likely to haunt Connie for the rest of his days. Similar to Daz and Louis, Samuel agreed with Eren’s aggressive attack against Marley, finding great solace in the show of strength. Naturally, Samuel did not accept Eren’s incarceration and joined the rebel forces as part of the Jaegerists.

Samuel is a rather nondescript character. He does not have a unique look, a loud personality, nor is he especially talented; basically, he is ordinary. He probably feels somewhat expendable, fearing a future where he is just a nameless and voiceless person killed in a war. With the Jeagerists, Samuel found a way to be heard, at least for a short while.

Petra Ral

petra ral attack on titan anime

A prominent member of Levi’s Special Operations Squad, Petra Ral served a crucial role in fostering a bond between the group and Eren. Although a minor character, Petra’s endearing and warm personality helps balance out Levi’s directness; without her, the Special Operations Squad would not function as smoothly as it does.

Attack on Titan has a massive cast of characters, so much so that people such as Petra tend to get lost in the shuffle. However, her contributions should not be ignored as she is one of those figures who add a touch of heart to the anime.

Dot Pyxis

Dot Pyxis anime attack on titan

A stable and reassuring presence throughout Attack on Titan, Dot Pyxis is the type of character who mainly lingers in the background but also never feels out of place when asked to assume a more prominent role. The officer served as something of a mentor to the 104th Cadet Corps during their training, and he was a crucial figure during the battle in the Trost District.

A leader on and off the battlefield, Dot’s ability to remain calm even when surrounded by tragedy and destruction is his greatest asset. Driven by logic, Dot can analyze a situation holistically and come up with a solution that is realistic, all the while still taking into account the human element.

Kitz Woermann

Kitz Woermann

Kitz Woermann is a puzzling character as his behavior can be unpredictable. Despite rising to the rank of captain in the Garrison Regiment, Kitz has shown a capacity to react rashly in the face of unexpected or dangerous situations. The peak example of this type of response is when Kitz learns that the Attack Titan is actually Eren Jaeger, causing the captain to threaten to put an end to the cadet. Now, to be fair, this revelation would have caught anyone off guard at this point in the story; consequently, Kitz’s fearful reaction to Eren’s predicament is understandable. However, the captain’s rash decision to eliminate Eren could have cost Paradis Island one of its greatest weapons.

Kitz has largely disappeared since the anime’s first season, only showing up sporadically as a background character. That said, he seems to have steadied his nerves since his encounter with Eren.

Rico Brzenska

Rico Brzenska

A member of the 1st Division Elite Forces, Rico Brzenska plays a key role during the Battle of Trost District arc in Attack on Titan‘s opening season. Since then, she has done very little of note, although she is still alive come to the end of season 4 part 2. Rico is one of the first soldiers to learn that Eren is the Attack Titan, and she agrees with Kitz’s decision to kill the teenager along with Mikasa and Armin.

This action paints Rico as a person who cares little about life, but that is not really the case. In truth, Rico is entirely driven by a desire to save as many folks as possible and to ensure no death is pointless. She is willing to carry the burden of executing three cadets if it means protecting hundreds of people. Once Dot Pyxis confirms that Eren should be spared, it does not take long for Rico to start supporting the cadet.

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Dhalis Zachary

Dhalis Zachary attack on titan

First impressions are often reliable, but there are exceptions. Dhalis Zachary is introduced as the relatively logical leader of Eldia’s military, a role that bestowed him with great power and influence. Initially, he seems like the type of person who can remain detached during high-pressure situations, enabling him to make difficult decisions that would, ultimately, aid the greater good.

In truth, Dhalis’ public persona is nothing more than a facade used to lure people into believing he is trustworthy and noble. Behind the scenes, he is greedy, vindictive, and cruel. Dhalis is driven by a desire to watch Paradis Island’s leaders burn, and he cares not if his actions result in casualties. Attack on Titan has plenty of great villains, and while he might not be as flashy as some other characters, Dhalis sits among the anime’s best antagonists.

Nile Dawk

nile dawk

The standout member of the Military Police Regiment, Commander Nile Dawk plays a pivotal role in Attack on Titan, even if his time on screen is relatively short. When Eren is revealed to be a Titan, Nile leads the trial against the Scout member, and he specifically seeks out a death sentence. Ultimately, Nile is convinced to diverge away from this path, which highlights the character’s willingness to change his mind if he is presented with a convincing argument.

Nile has a close but tense relationship with Erwin. While the two grew up as friends, a love triangle drove a wedge between them. That said, they continued to treat each other with a degree of respect, even if they were never quite close again.

Kenny Ackerman

attack on titan anime kenny

Attack on Titan‘s season 3 shifts things around by revolving the main conflict around a group of humans rather than Titans. Levi’s uncle and a killer, Kenny seeks to take the Founding Titan’s power for himself.

Caring little for human life, Kenny’s actions have a ruthlessness to them that, in some ways, makes him more terrifying than Titans. To some extent, Kenny enjoys killing, making an active choice to snuff out someone’s life. He is the closest thing to a serial killer in AoT, and Kenny’s connection to Levi injects emotional weight into his story. Narratively, Kenny’s arc paves the way to plenty of revelations regarding the true history behind the Walls and Titans.

Yelena

Yelena attack on titan

Yelena is a complicated figure, and also one that serves an important purpose in not only the story but Paradis Island’s trajectory. Born in Marley, Yelena feels no love for her country, and she is inspired by Zeke Yeager to form the Anti-Marleyan Volunteers.

Along with people like Onyankopon, Yelena defects and joins the Eldians out of a commitment to Zeke. Although Yelena’s backstory proves to be a bit of a sham, she is still important as she gives the Eldians, particularly Armin, the belief that they can prove to the rest of the world that they are not devils. This group serves as an example that peace could theoretically be possible.

Gabi Braun

Gabi in Attack on Titan

Presented as a mirror of Eren, Gabi hails from Marley, where all her life she has thought that anyone from Paradis Island is a devil. Fearless and unflinching in her hatred for the Eldains from the Walls, Gabi’s blunt nature and hard-headedness make her a difficult character to like, although this does change somewhat in the War for Paradis arc.

Rash, stupidly brave, and incredibly gifted, Gabi throws a fascinating wrench into Attack on Titan‘s final arcs. As she gets first-hand experience of life on Paradis Island that challenges her ingrained beliefs about the people who live there, Gabi slowly changes her attitude as she realizes that things are not quite as black and white as she once thought.

Porco Galliard

Porco Galliard attack on titan

Like Gabi, Porco is introduced at the beginning of Attack on Titan‘s season 4. Picked as one of Marley’s Warriors, Porco took over the role of the Jaw Titan following Ymir’s death.

Overconfident in his own abilities, Porco has a habit of butting heads with his fellow Warriors, and he has an especially turbulent relationship with Reiner. Porco doesn’t get too much screen time in the anime, but the character’s aggressive personality and strength in battle still manage to shine through.

Pieck Finger

Pieck Finger attack on titan

Another member of Marley’s Warriors, Pieck is the most immediately likable member of the group, courtesy of her easy-going and unassuming nature. As the Cart Titan, Pieck serves a supportive role in her unit, and this is reflected by the character’s strategic approach to combat scenarios.

Kind as she can be outside of battle scenarios, Pieck is not to be underestimated when the going gets tough. She is more than willing to do what is necessary to ensure the safety of her comrades and people.

Colt Grice

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One of Marley’s Warrior candidates, Colt is expected to become the Beast Titan once Zeke’s time in the role is completed, at least if everything goes to plan. A soldier who is capable on the battlefield and off it, Colt’s brilliant tactical mind has made him indispensable to Marley’s cause, despite his status as an Eldian working against him.

Colt only appears sporadically in part 1 of Attack on Titan‘s season 4, but his role is expanded in part 2.

Falco Grice

Falco Grice attack on titan

Falco tends to be overshadowed by the likes of Gabi and his brother, Colt. Not one of Marley’s Warriors and lacking much in the way of physical prowess, Falco is not built to be a fighter, although that doesn’t discourage the child from sticking his neck out if the moment calls for it.

Falco is brave but also slightly naive, as can be seen through his interactions with Kruger. Narratively, Falco serves an important role as he is the most ordinary character introduced in season 4’s perspective change.

Ymir Fritz

ymir fritz anime

Arguably the most important figure in Attack on Titan‘s history, Ymir Fritz set the stage for most of the events of the anime, both directly and indirectly. That said, very little is known about Ymir as a person or what she accomplished.

More than a thousand years prior to the anime, Ymir gained the power of the Titans. This ability was abused by Eldia’s king, bringing ruin to Marley. Ymir passed away 13 years after receiving her powers, which were then passed down from generation to generation as the Nine Titans. Ymir is an incredibly tragic character, someone who was turned into a weapon and forced to accept a legacy drenched in blood, sorrow, and death.

Karl Fritz

karl fritz anime attack on titan

Karl Fritz lived prior to Attack on Titan‘s present-day events, but the Eldian king is responsible for shaping Eren’s world. After acquiring the empire’s throne and becoming the Founding Titan, Karl decides to bring an end to Eldia’s reign of terror. Allowing a civil war to break out, the king effectively brought the empire to its knees, paving the way for Marley to overwhelm Eldia’s forces.

Karl used this defeat to form Paradis Island, which essentially acted as a prison for his people. Within the walls, Fritz abused his Founding Titan power to keep the populace under his thumb, and he reacted violently to anyone who threatened to rebel.

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