Beane (ビーン Bīn?) was the name given by Hange Zoë to a 7m Titan which was captured after the reconquest of Trost District.[1]


Beane was a Titan that stood 7 meters high and had short messy brown hair and brown eyes. Bean also had light peachy-colored skin like the other normal Titans.


Beane displayed typical traits for a Titan of its class. It acted with little intelligence, and responded to an attempt of communication by attempting to eat Hange. It appeared to have a sense of pain, since it reacted when its eye was gouged out by a spear. It exhibited a loss of activity after three hours of sunlight deprivation.


The 57th Exterior Scouting Mission arc

Hange introduces her new research specimens

Beane presumably first appears when the gate of Trost District is broken by the Colossal Titan and numerous Titans invade the district. However, once the breach is plugged by Eren Jaeger, human forces are able to retake the district. Most of the Titans who had entered are killed, but two are taken alive; Hange Zoë nicknames them "Sawney" and "Beane." They perform a number of experiments on them including: testing their response to attempts at communication, injury, and sunlight deprivation. They have further tests planned; however, during the night, both test subjects are killed by unknown assailants.[1] Armin Arlelt later comes to the conclusion that this was the doing of Annie Leonhart,[2] as he believes that she used Marco Bodt's omni-directional mobility gear to escape suspicion during the investigation of the Titans' murder.[3]


  • Hange's nicknames for the two Titans, Sawney and Beane, are direct references to the infamous cannibal of the same name, Sawney Bean. However, the former uses an anglicized version of the name.[1]
  • Hange had two test subject Titans that had died before they captured Sawney and Beane, their names were Chikachironi and Albert.[1] These are also references to cannibals, specifically Andrei Chikatilo and Albert Fish.




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