This article is about the Abnormals that were used to create the Walls. For one of the Nine Titans, see Colossus Titan. Abnormal Titans similar in appearance to the Colossus Titan, one of the Nine Titans. They possessed the ability of crystallization and existed in vast numbers composing the three Walls, before Eren Yeager freed them in the year 854 via unhardening the Walls. In the year 743, King Karl Fritz used the power of the Founding Titan to create and command "tens of millions" of these Titans to create the three Walls (Maria, Rose and Sina) and protect the last Eldian territory on Paradis Island. The lack of sunlight inside the Walls has supposedly rendered them immobile ever since, although King Fritz "threatened" to release them and use them to flatten the Earth should Paradis Island come under attack. Their existence was discovered when the Female Titan tried to climb Wall Sheena to escape from Eren and the Survey Corps. These Titans were similar in appearance to the Colossus Titan in that both their surfaces were covered primarily in muscle tissue and lack skin (although the Colossus Titan typically had more bony tissue exposed around its face). Like the Colossus Titan, they all shared the long arms and elephantine feet necessary to support their structures. Each Titan varied slightly, most noticeably around the face; some possessed very defleshed faces, with little more than bare skulls, while others exhibited complete musculature. Their exact heights were unknown- and likely varied somewhat- but they were about the height of the Walls, which were 50 meters tall.
Their speed on land was estimated to surpass that of a galloping horse.
Like other Titans, the Wall Titans generated great amounts of heat, enough to emit large plumes of steam not unlike the Colossus Titan. They could use this ability both offensively and defensively, creating smokescreens and flash-boiling seawater to incinerate entire battleships. All Wall Titans possessed the ability to harden, although it was probable that they only did so because they were commanded to by the Founding Titan. This hardening was used to mold the surface of the Walls, with the Wall Titans acting as their central pillars. After they were released from the Walls, they ceased any measure of hardening. Their speed on land was estimated to surpass that of a galloping horse. They were also capable of maintaining this speed in water, as the entire horde crossed the ocean between Paradis Island and the mainland within a few days. Like the Colossus Titan, their sheer size and mass enabled them the capacity for great destruction; with a single step, a Wall Titan was capable of collapsing buildings and pulverizing humans underfoot.
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This physical ability, coupled with the sheer number of Wall Titans, was the basis for Paradis' main deterrence, the Rumbling. In the year 743, after King Karl Fritz abandoned the conflicts of Eldia causing the Great Titan War, he fled overseas with the main branch of the Fritz royal family and remnants of the Eldian populace to Paradis Island, Eldia's last remaining undisputed territory. He used the power of the Founding Titan to create and order tens of millions of Wall Titans to form the three concentric Walls to protect the Eldians. Over 80 years later, Dina Fritz explained this story to the Eldian Restorationists. During the battle between Eren Yeager and Annie Leonhart in the Stohess District, Annie attempts to escape by climbing the Wall but is stopped by Mikasa Ackerman. However, she damages part of the Wall, and a huge chunk is torn off, revealing the face of a mysterious Titan. The massive hole in the Wall is immediately noticed by Mikasa. The Titan within the Wall follows Mikasa's gaze, and Minister Nick calls for the immediate covering up of the Titan, as the sunlight might eventually awaken it.
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After Nick ignores Hange Zoë's questions about it, he is nearly thrown off the Wall by Hange, but still refuses to reveal any details he might know because of the Church of the Walls' secrecy. Walls as it was told to the Eldian Restorationists by Dina Fritz. Reiner Braun recollects his past and remembers how he had infiltrated the Walls in order to take the Founding Titan and save the world by eliminating the threat of the Wall Titans. During the festival hosted by the Tybur family, Willy Tybur tells the world of the truth about the Walls, the Great Titan War, and King Karl Fritz. He reveals that due to the King's vow of pacifism which prevents the Founding Titan from being used for war, the Wall Titans were never a true threat. However, due to a coup d'état in recent years, the military of Paradis Island has overthrown the previous royal government and rendered the King's ideology of peace ineffective. Now that the Founding Titan belongs to Eren Yeager, who is apparently capable of using its powers despite not having royal blood, and without interference from King Fritz's will, the world is truly in danger of the Wall Titans for the first time. Eren himself admits this to be true.
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As the Royal Government discusses Zeke Yeager's requests which were brought to them by the Anti-Marleyan Volunteers, Eren Yeager reveals he is able to activate the powers of the Founding Titan by coming into contact with a royal-blooded Titan. He also states that this method can be used to awaken the Titans within the Walls without invoking the vows of renouncing war. After Kiyomi Azumabito arrives on Paradis Island, she divulges the rest of Zeke's strategy to save Eldia which involves unleashing some of the Titans inside the Walls to demonstrate its destructive power. The island would then need to keep that power in reserve for the next 50 years as Eldia advances technologically. Following Zeke's encounter with Eren, Eren successfully frees Ymir from her enslavement and invokes the Founder to begin the Rumbling. The Walls crumble, and the Wall Titans begin to march under Eren's command to eradicate all life outside the island. As they make their way towards the outside world, they inflict collateral damage in the areas formerly within the Walls, mindlessly demolishing buildings and killing civilians. Within a few days, the last of these Titans have left the cities of Paradis.
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By the time the combined force of the remaining Survey Corps and Warriors reach the harbor, the Titans are long gone from Paradis, their plumes of steam having receded over the horizon. Hange Zo predicts that the Titans would be able to reach the coast of Marley and annihilate the cities closest to Paradis in the span of a few days. As half a day is required to service the flying boat, they decide to replot their course towards Odiha to buy some time. The Titans nearing the Marleyan coast eventually encounter a naval blockade: the Global Alliance Fleet. The battleships begin bombarding the horde, who are swimming just below the surface. Few shots land, and fewer still do lasting damage. The Titans easily bypass the blockade, and as they pass under the warships, they unleash bursts of heat, instantly boiling the seawater around them and scorching the ships' crew to death. A thick haze obscures the harbor, hiding the coast from the view of the artillerymen defending the land.
As the smoke clears, the Wall Titans rise out from the water and the remains of the naval fleet. The land artillery begin their barrage, but to the soldiers' shock, it is ineffective as well. As the artillerymen desert their posts and retreat towards higher ground, they spot Eren's Founding Titan following the phalanx of Wall Titans. As the Titans march, Eren recalls his mother's death, and the vows he made that day to keep pushing forward until he destroys every last one of his enemies. As he does so, the Wall Titans take their first steps on Marleyan soil, marking the beginning of the prophesied Rumbling. The Wall Titans make their way further inland, eventually reaching the seaside town infiltrated by the Survey Corps several months before. Encircling the town via the mountains surrounding it, the Titans annihilate the settlement with the civilians who were unable to escape. As they leave the cratered remnants of the town, a youthful incarnation of Eren reminisces on his childhood: confined by the Walls and inspired by the descriptions of the outside world from Armin Arlert's book; his thoughts compounded with the spectacle of the Titans' carnage. He then states he has reached freedom, and, turning around, asks Armin's opinion of it through the Paths. The Wall Titans continue their long march through the continent's interior, eventually nearing the port city of Odiha. As they lumber closer towards it, a lone soldier flies up to face them. The soldier is able to slay a few Titans, but succumbs to the intense heat of the Titans' bodies. The Titans proceed to crush Odiha underfoot. As the Rumbling continues, the Wall Titans reach Fort Salta. Far from being defenseless, the airbase sends out airships in response to the Titans' arrival. The airships float high above the Titans, and as the base's commander addresses his men in the craft, the Attack Titan makes a sudden movement. Panicking, the commander orders the bombing to commence, to the protest of the airmen as they are too high to accurately drop their bombs.
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The Quintessential Quintuplets (Japanese:, Hepburn: Go-Tōbun no Hanayome, lit. Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Negi Haruba. It was serialized in Kodansha's Weekly Shōnen Magazine from August 2017 to February 2020, with its chapters collected into fourteen tankōbon volumes. The series follows the daily life of a high school student Futaro Uesugi, who is hired as a private tutor for a group of identical quintuplets: Ichika, Nino, Miku, Yotsuba, and Itsuki Nakano. At the very beginning of the story, it is shown that the events are being told in a flashback, while an adult Futaro prepares to marry one of the Nakano Quintuplets whose identity is only revealed near the end of the series. The series is published in English by Kodansha USA under the Kodansha Comics imprint. The anime series is licensed in North America under a Crunchyroll-Funimation partnership. An anime television series adaptation produced by Tezuka Productions aired from January to March 2019 on TBS and other channels. The series is a commercial success, being the 5th best-selling manga in 2019, and the 3rd best-selling manga in the first half of 2020 in Japan. In 2019, the manga won the award for the shnen category at the 43rd annual Kodansha Manga Awards. High school student Futaro Uesugi is an academically gifted student that leads a difficult life-his mother has died, he has no friends, and on top of all that, his father has incurred a large amount of debt. An opportunity presents itself when the rich Nakano family transfers to his school.
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