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*** [[spoiler:This is probably best shown when Mikasa, Armin, Levi, Hange, Jean, and Connie forge an alliance with Reiner, Annie, Magath, and Pieck. While they do agree to work together to stop Eren, there is still tension between the group that's awkward at best and TeethClenchedTeamwork at worst, since everyone still can't forgive and forget the other's actions towards their homelands.]]

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*** [[spoiler:This is probably best shown when Mikasa, Armin, Levi, Hange, Jean, and Connie forge an alliance with Reiner, Annie, Magath, and Pieck. While they do agree to work together to stop Eren, there is still tension between the group that's awkward at best and TeethClenchedTeamwork at worst, since everyone still can't forgive and forget the other's actions towards their homelands.homelands and people.]]

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*** [[spoiler:This is probably best shown when Mikasa, Armin, Levi, Hange, Jean, and Connie forge an alliance with Reiner, Annie, Magath, and Pieck. While they do agree to work together to stop Eren, there is still tension between the group that's awkward at best and TeethClenchedTeamwork at worst, since everyone still can't forgive and forget the other's actions towards their homelands.]]


* ANaziByAnyOtherName: [[spoiler:The way Marley treats the people of Eldia is eerily reminiscent of how Nazi Germany treated the Jews right before WWII. To wit. People of Eldia are segregated to a ghetto, forced to wear armbands identifying them as Eldians, horribly abused by police, military, and civilian alike, are taught in school that their race is descended from evil, and made a national scapegoat with the constant threat of the "final solution" constantly hanging over their heads. What's more, the Marleyans have a large blimp and biplane airforce, a national "volunteer" program where children are forced into military duty, and required to snitch on their parents and family members, and the government officials in charge call themselves the "one true race." Hell, one could even argue that Paradis is a ''concentration camp,'' what with the island specifically used to intern Eldians and anti-Marley dissents, guarded by the Titans to prevent escape. There is even a scene where Marleyan elites have a discussion that has ''disturbingly'' similar vibes of Hitler's Final Solution.]]
** In Chapter 93, [[spoiler:a Marleyan officer interrupts a conversation between Zeke and his potential replacement, not even bothering to eavesdrop because "Eldians don't need privacy" (indeed they tell him everything except Zeke has royal Eldian blood which is why he can control other Titans, something Zeke has never revealed to anyone). There's also the startling image of several dozen "honorary Marleyans" packed into a train car, although it's possible they chose to be there so they could celebrate a victory.]]

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[[spoiler:The way Marley treats the people of Eldia is eerily reminiscent of how Nazi Germany treated the Jews right before WWII. To wit. People of Eldia are segregated to a ghetto, forced to wear armbands identifying them as Eldians, horribly abused by police, military, and civilian alike, are taught in school that their race is descended from evil, and made a national scapegoat with the constant threat of the "final solution" constantly hanging over their heads. What's more, the Marleyans have a large blimp and biplane airforce, a national "volunteer" program where children are forced into military duty, and required to snitch on their parents and family members, and the government officials in charge call themselves the "one true race." Hell, one could even argue that Paradis is a ''concentration camp,'' what with the island specifically used to intern Eldians and anti-Marley dissents, guarded by the Titans to prevent escape. There is even a scene where Marleyan elites have a discussion that has ''disturbingly'' similar vibes of Hitler's Final Solution.]]
** *** In Chapter 93, [[spoiler:a Marleyan officer interrupts a conversation between Zeke and his potential replacement, not even bothering to eavesdrop because "Eldians don't need privacy" (indeed they tell him everything except Zeke has royal Eldian blood which is why he can control other Titans, something Zeke has never revealed to anyone). There's also the startling image of several dozen "honorary Marleyans" packed into a train car, although it's possible they chose to be there so they could celebrate a victory.]]]]
** In a dark twist, [[spoiler: the Yeagerist faction has become this as well. The group are Eren's devoted followers, co-opting the ideals and imagery of the Survey Corps to push an agenda of Eldian Supremacy. Under Eren's leadership, the group dismantles the government through political assassinations and brings the masses under their control through propaganda, with the goal of establishing a "New Eldian Empire" by carrying out a FinalSolution on the rest of humanity. The groups borrows heavily from Marley, instituting a policy with armbands to mark Status, rounding up political dissenters, and executing ethnic minorities while promising them safety if they submit to Eldian rule. Under their reign of terror, most of the cast are arrested as political dissenters and most of the older cast are ultimately badly injured or killed by the Yeagerists]].

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** [[spoiler:Eren's act of unleashing the Wall Titans caused ''massive'' collateral damage, including many deaths of the very people he supposedly desired to protect]].


* PlotDeviceAllAlong: The fact that the audience never gets to hear [[spoiler:Levi's last name.]]

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The fact that the audience never gets to hear [[spoiler:Levi's last name.]]name]].
** [[spoiler:The Walls themselves]] end up being a massive one after it's revealed that [[spoiler:there are Titans buried inside them]].

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** [[spoiler:Almost every named character in Shiganshina has the same reaction when [[ApocalypseWow Eren unleashes the Wall Titans]]]]


* OriginsEpisode : Chapter 86-87 along with the anime adaptation from the latter half of Episode 56 to the first half of Episode 58 reveals the secret Past of Erenís Father Grisha, the world outside the walls and how he became the Attack Titan
** Chapter 122 finally reveals how Ymir became the founding titan and how her daughters consume her flesh to become titans that led to the creation of the nine titans and the world of Attack of titan

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* OriginsEpisode : Chapter [[spoiler:Chapter 86-87 along with the anime adaptation from the latter half of Episode 56 to the first half of Episode 58 reveals the secret Past of Erenís Father Grisha, the world outside the walls and how he became the Attack Titan
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** Chapter [[spoiler:Chapter 122 finally reveals how Ymir became the founding titan and how her daughters consume her flesh to become titans that led to the creation of the nine titans and the world of Attack of titan titan.]]

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* OriginsEpisode : Chapter 86-87 along with the anime adaptation from the latter half of Episode 56 to the first half of Episode 58 reveals the secret Past of Erenís Father Grisha, the world outside the walls and how he became the Attack Titan
** Chapter 122 finally reveals how Ymir became the founding titan and how her daughters consume her flesh to become titans that led to the creation of the nine titans and the world of Attack of titan


** [[spoiler:The anti-Titan rifle Gabi uses to snipe Eren's head sends her ''flying'' backwards due to the massive recoil]].

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** [[spoiler:The anti-Titan rifle Gabi uses to snipe Eren's head clean off sends her ''flying'' backwards due to the massive recoil]].


** [[spoiler:The anti-Titan rifle Gabi uses to snipe Eren's head sends her''flying'' backwards due to the massive recoil]].

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** [[spoiler:The anti-Titan rifle Gabi uses to snipe Eren's head sends her''flying'' her ''flying'' backwards due to the massive recoil]].

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** [[spoiler:The anti-Titan rifle Gabi uses to snipe Eren's head sends her''flying'' backwards due to the massive recoil]].

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* MirrorUniverse: Geographically-speaking. In this world, the sun rises in the ''west.''


* [[spoiler:ProtagonistTitle: Revealed to be one!]]

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* [[spoiler:ProtagonistTitle: Revealed ProtagonistTitle: [[spoiler:Revealed to be one!]]


* NoisyNature: In Episode 59 of the anime, the expeditionary convoy hears an all-too-unfamiliar call that they wouldn't have ever heard had they not ventured beyond Wall Maria, further than ever before: the cries of '''seahawks''' signaling their proximity to the sea which had been so elusive to them before]].

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* NoisyNature: In Episode 59 of the anime, the [[spoiler:the expeditionary convoy hears an all-too-unfamiliar call that they wouldn't have ever heard had they not ventured beyond Wall Maria, further than ever before: the cries of '''seahawks''' signaling their proximity to the sea which had been so elusive to them before]].

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* NoisyNature: In Episode 59 of the anime, the expeditionary convoy hears an all-too-unfamiliar call that they wouldn't have ever heard had they not ventured beyond Wall Maria, further than ever before: the cries of '''seahawks''' signaling their proximity to the sea which had been so elusive to them before]].

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