I've edited the thread to restore it to its original version. If you want to discuss another fight, please open a new thread for it instead of changing the current one, as that makes the comments lose sense. I returned to find my comment under a completely different topic to the one I was discussing.
I leave below the contents of the second fight you were discussing in case you want to paste them onto a new thread:
Gaira Size - 20 meters tall Abilities - regeneration, physically stronger Armored Titan Size - 15 meters tall Abilities - covered in protective armor, can shed parts of his armor to become faster, when transforming he causes a electrical explosion, smarter. There we go a better fight, Gaira is definitely stronger physically but reiner has the advantage in intelligence and speed so he can outsmart and outmaneuver Gaira to wear him down, I think it's fair that reiner can pull off the transformation attack as well to get a nice first hit against Gaira
This is not even a fight, Eren's Attack Titan is literally 1/10 of Ghidorah's size. A single electric beam by Ghidorah, and Eren is reduced to ashes in a split second.
Eren also has just nothing to damage Ghidorah with. What can crystal punches do against a being that shrugs off missiles and atomic bombs?
The army of Wall Titans is equally useless. They attack by stomping on their enemies, which is not an option when they're still less than half the size of that monster (which can also fly). They'd be the ones getting stomped on.
Not exactly. Isayama indeed created a draft chapter of what would be Attack on Titan in 2006 (7 years before the premiere of Season 1 in 2013), but it was only to present it to editorials interested in publishing it, he didn't release it to the public. Kodansha bought the rights, and 3 years later, in 2009, they began serializing the Attack on Titan manga as we know it; but this is not that same draft story Isayama had presented, as he had changed many things during those years. The draft chapter wasn't released until 2013 when it was included as a bonus in the first DVD of Season 1, under the title "Volume 0".
So in short, the draft story was in fact created 7 years before the anime, but it wasn't published until the anime had already come out, and it's not the Attack on Titan manga we know. The actual AoT manga began publication in 2009, which is 4 years before the anime.
You can read about the draft story here: https://attackontitan.fandom.com/wiki/Attack_on_Titan_Volume_0
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This has already been discussed before, you can read here why 122+ doesn't work as a standalone arc: https://attackontitan.fandom.com/wiki/Thread:69726#2
That's a fake spoiler that has been going around the Internet since the Marley arc. Please do not discuss either fake or real spoilers here until the chapter's official release this next Monday 8th.
They're false rumors spread by a fake account, don't believe them. We still don't know which studio will animate Season 4.
In a fight? Levi.
On the 8th USA time as usual.
You can make it but please do so in your sandbox and let any of us know when it's finished to check it out.
The corpse certainly resembles Mina a lot, it has the same haircut, seems to have belonged to a short girl, and it was bitten exactly how Mina was. However, Mina has never been connected to the corpse by any official media. For example, her entry in the Character Encyclopedia makes no mention of her corpse being found by Annie.
We cannot just jump to conclusions and state that the corpse is Mina's based on their physical resemblance as this would be wild speculation. It could also be merely that Ruth and Mina had the same haircut; Titans also usually eat their victims head-first. The corpse has no face, so she may have looked completely different when she was alive.
The visual novel is the closest source we have and they decided that the corpse belonged to a different character. We know that Isayama has at least a certain level of involvement with the spin-offs, so this source is far more reliable than any speculation from our part and we cannot ignore it and override it with our own theories.
Erwin, no doubt. Just imagine how much different things would be if he was still alive; and even with Titan powers.
Discuss Chapter #125 here.
Discuss Chapter #123 here.
Closing this thread as it's no longer a civil discussion.
I'm closing this thread as it has turned into a war of insults. If someone wants to continue the topic, do so in a new thread, and keep it civil; else it's going to be closed again and we'll be forced to take actions against the offenders.