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{{Infobox character
 
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Ilse anime.png|Anime
 
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| Kanji = イルゼ・ラングナー
 
| Kanji = イルゼ・ラングナー
 
| Romaji = Iruze Rangunā
 
| Romaji = Iruze Rangunā
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| Species = Human
 
| Species = Human
 
| Gender = Female
 
| Gender = Female
| Height = {{tt|160 cm|5'3''}}
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| Height = {{tt|160 cm|5′3″}}{{ref|g = 6|p = 50}}
| Weight = {{tt|58 kg|127 lb}}
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| Weight = {{tt|58 kg|128 lb}}{{ref|g = 6|p = 50}}
 
| Relatives =
 
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| Birthday = June 6th{{ref|g = 6|p = 50}}
 
| Birthplace =
 
| Birthplace =
 
| Residence = {{loc|Wall Rose}}
 
| Residence = {{loc|Wall Rose}}
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| Grade =
 
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| Titan kills =
 
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| Debut manga = [[Ilse's Notebook]]
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| Debut chapter = [[Ilse's Notebook]]
| Debut anime = [[Ilse's Notebook: Record of a Fallen Soldier]]
 
| Debut anime movie =
 
| Debut novel =
 
| Debut visual novel =
 
| Anime voice = Sachi Kokuryu (Japanese)<br>Marissa Lenti (English)
 
 
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{{Quote|I don't believe it. For the first time in human history... I communicated with a Titan.|Ilse as she writes in her notebook.|{{ref|s2|p = 12}}}}
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{{Quote|I don't believe it. For the first time in human history...I communicated with a Titan.|Ilse as she writes in her notebook|{{ref|s2|p = 12}}}}
 
{{nihongo|'''Ilse Langnar'''|イルゼ・ラングナー|Iruze Rangunā}} was a member of the [[Survey Corps]]. She was a participant of the 34th expedition beyond the [[Walls]] and was in charge of the left wing of the second brigade. She wrote very useful information about a talking [[Titan]] she encountered in a notebook that later aided [[Hange Zoë]]'s research.
 
{{nihongo|'''Ilse Langnar'''|イルゼ・ラングナー|Iruze Rangunā}} was a member of the [[Survey Corps]]. She was a participant of the 34th expedition beyond the [[Walls]] and was in charge of the left wing of the second brigade. She wrote very useful information about a talking [[Titan]] she encountered in a notebook that later aided [[Hange Zoë]]'s research.
   
 
== Appearance ==
 
== Appearance ==
Ilse was noted to have resembled [[Ymir]] in appearance. She had short black hair that was parted to the right side, lightly tanned skin, and gold-colored eyes with a small patch of freckles below each one. She wore the standard Survey Corps uniform and cape with a gray shirt underneath.
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Ilse was noted to have resembled [[Ymir]] in appearance. She had short black hair that was parted to the right side, lightly tanned skin, and light-colored eyes with a small patch of freckles below each one. She wore the standard Survey Corps uniform and cape with a gray shirt underneath.
   
 
== Personality ==
 
== Personality ==
Ilse appeared to be quite emotional, yet brave, trying to stand firm in moments of despair. She seemed to be a very devoted and smart soldier. She also cared about her family, seen during her last moments as she regretted not being able to give anything back to her parents. Ilse thought of herself as a proud member of the Survey Corps and was resolved to do whatever she could. Though she took what time she could to document any information she could obtain from the [[Talking Titan]], she lost her level headedness when she brought up the subject of eating humans and began screaming at the cowering Titan before running away in fear.{{ref|o=1}}
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Ilse appeared to be quite emotional, yet brave, trying to stand firm in moments of despair. She seemed to be a very devoted and smart soldier. She also cared about her family, seen during her last moments as she regretted not being able to give anything back to her parents. Ilse thought of herself as a proud member of the Survey Corps and was resolved to do whatever she could. Though she took what time she could to document any information she could obtain from the [[Talking Titan]], she lost her level headed attitude when she brought up the subject of eating humans and began screaming at the cowering Titan before running away in fear when it reacts strangely.{{ref|s2|p = 13-15}}
   
 
== Story ==
 
== Story ==
 
 
=== [[Ilse's Notebook]] ===
 
=== [[Ilse's Notebook]] ===
During the 34th expedition outside the Walls, Ilse's entire flank is massacred and she is the only survivor. With her horse lost and her [[vertical maneuvering equipment]] broken, she abandons her equipment and flees [[File:Ilse writes her will in her last moments.png|thumb|left|200px|Ilse is cornered by a Titan]]afoot north to a nearby forest, trying to find a route to reach the Walls. Knowing that her chances to make it are very low, she takes out a notebook and begins writing her experiences in the hopes that they at least will be useful to humanity.
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[[File:Ilse_remembers_her_comrades_death.jpg|thumb|left|200px|Ilse remembers the horrors of her comrades death]]
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During the 34th expedition outside the Walls, Ilse's entire flank is massacred and she is the only survivor. With her horse lost and her [[vertical maneuvering equipment]] broken, she abandons her equipment and flees afoot north to a nearby forest, trying to find a route to reach the Walls. Knowing that her chances to make it are very low, she takes out a notebook and begins writing her experiences in the hopes that they at least will be useful to humanity.
   
After profuse running, she inadvertently runs into a [[Talking Titan|Titan]], which chases her and corners her against a tree. However, instead of immediately eating her, the Titan hesitates and she questions if it is an [[abnormal]]. It then somehow starts talking, saying ''"[[Eldia|a subject of Ymir]]"'' and ''"Lady [[Ymir]]... Well met,"'' while bowing.{{ref|s2|p = 3-10}}
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After profuse running, she inadvertently runs into a [[Talking Titan|Titan]], which chases her and corners her against a tree. However, instead of immediately eating her, the Titan hesitates and she questions if it is an [[abnormal]]. It then somehow starts talking, saying ''"[[Subjects of Ymir|a subject of Ymir]]"'' and ''"Lady [[Ymir Fritz|Ymir]]...Well met,"'' while bowing.{{ref|s2|p = 3-10}}
   
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[[File:Ilse_encounters_the_Titan.jpg|thumb|right|200px|Ilse encounters a Titan]]
 
She is thoroughly confused that the Titan can form speech, and questions it about what the Titans are and where they came from, writing every question and the Titan's reactions in the notebook.
 
She is thoroughly confused that the Titan can form speech, and questions it about what the Titans are and where they came from, writing every question and the Titan's reactions in the notebook.
   
However, the Titan does not respond, and instead moans and looks increasingly frustrated. She angrily yells at it asking why Titans eat humans and what their objective is; calling them useless lumps of flesh that should disappear from the world. The frustrated Titan begins to tear off its cheeks, ripping off flesh and spraying blood.{{ref|s2|p = 11-14}}
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However, the Titan does not respond, and instead moans and looks increasingly frustrated. She angrily yells at it asking why Titans eat humans and what their objective is; calling them useless lumps of flesh that should disappear from the world. The frustrated Titan begins to tear off its cheeks, ripping off flesh and squirt blood.{{ref|s2|p = 11-14}}
[[File:Ilse_Langnar's_death.jpg|thumb|200px|Ilse's death]]
 
Horrified, Ilse attempts to flee but is quickly caught by the Titan, and tries to push its mouth away from her head to no avail. The Titan bites off her head but does not eat her. After killing her, the Titan leaves her body on the ground and leaves.{{ref|s2|p = 15-17}}
 
   
One year later, [[Hange Zoë]] and [[Levi Ackerman]] find her body and notepad in the same field and identify her as Ilse due to her armband.{{ref|s2|p = 18}} This later enables Hange to petition Commander Erwin to allow her to capture and study Titans.
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Horrified, Ilse attempts to flee but is quickly caught by the Titan, and tries to push its mouth away from her head to no avail. The Titan bites off her head but does not eat her. After killing her, the Titan leaves her body on the ground and leaves.{{ref|s2|p = 15-17}}
   
 
=== [[Return to Shiganshina arc]] ===
 
=== [[Return to Shiganshina arc]] ===
 
Later in the Battle of [[Shiganshina District|Shiganshina]], as [[Erwin Smith]] begins to lament the dwindling hopes of his dream, Ilse stands among the many fallen [[Survey Corps]] comrades in Erwin's mind, wanting to know if their deaths had meaning.{{ref|80|p = 26}}
 
Later in the Battle of [[Shiganshina District|Shiganshina]], as [[Erwin Smith]] begins to lament the dwindling hopes of his dream, Ilse stands among the many fallen [[Survey Corps]] comrades in Erwin's mind, wanting to know if their deaths had meaning.{{ref|80|p = 26}}
   
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== Anime and Manga Differences ==
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== Trivia ==
* [[File:Ilse_Langnar's_corpse.png|thumb|right|200px|Ilse's corpse in the tree]]In the manga Ilse drops her note pad as soon as the Titan grabs her, however in the anime she writes notes in it even as the Titan begins to crush her skull and only drops it once she is dead. Her body is also placed in a tree rather than left on the ground.{{ref|o = 1}}
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* Ilse tied with [[Eld Jinn]] for forty-ninth in the [[Second Character Popularity Poll]].
* The circumstances of the finding of her corpse also vary. The [[Special Operations Squad]] first encounter the Titan that killed her. After chasing Hange, it turns the other direction and heads to the tree where it stored her corpse. The Titan almost eats [[Oluo Bozado|Oluo]] but is soon killed by [[Levi Ackerman|Levi]], and only then the team notes Ilse's corpse and her notebook left on the ground. Hange takes the notebook, and after reading Ilse's experiences, she believes that they are significantly useful to humanity.{{ref|o = 1}}
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* Her name is likely a reference to Ilse Langner, who was a German writer and journalist.
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Quote1 I don't believe it. For the first time in human history...I communicated with a Titan. Quote2
— Ilse as she writes in her notebook[2]

Ilse Langnar (イルゼ・ラングナー Iruze Rangunā?) was a member of the Survey Corps. She was a participant of the 34th expedition beyond the Walls and was in charge of the left wing of the second brigade. She wrote very useful information about a talking Titan she encountered in a notebook that later aided Hange Zoë's research.

Appearance Edit

Ilse was noted to have resembled Ymir in appearance. She had short black hair that was parted to the right side, lightly tanned skin, and light-colored eyes with a small patch of freckles below each one. She wore the standard Survey Corps uniform and cape with a gray shirt underneath.

Personality Edit

Ilse appeared to be quite emotional, yet brave, trying to stand firm in moments of despair. She seemed to be a very devoted and smart soldier. She also cared about her family, seen during her last moments as she regretted not being able to give anything back to her parents. Ilse thought of herself as a proud member of the Survey Corps and was resolved to do whatever she could. Though she took what time she could to document any information she could obtain from the Talking Titan, she lost her level headed attitude when she brought up the subject of eating humans and began screaming at the cowering Titan before running away in fear when it reacts strangely.[3]

Story Edit

Ilse's Notebook Edit

Ilse remembers her comrades death

Ilse remembers the horrors of her comrades death

During the 34th expedition outside the Walls, Ilse's entire flank is massacred and she is the only survivor. With her horse lost and her vertical maneuvering equipment broken, she abandons her equipment and flees afoot north to a nearby forest, trying to find a route to reach the Walls. Knowing that her chances to make it are very low, she takes out a notebook and begins writing her experiences in the hopes that they at least will be useful to humanity.

After profuse running, she inadvertently runs into a Titan, which chases her and corners her against a tree. However, instead of immediately eating her, the Titan hesitates and she questions if it is an abnormal. It then somehow starts talking, saying "a subject of Ymir" and "Lady Ymir...Well met," while bowing.[4]

Ilse encounters the Titan

Ilse encounters a Titan

She is thoroughly confused that the Titan can form speech, and questions it about what the Titans are and where they came from, writing every question and the Titan's reactions in the notebook.

However, the Titan does not respond, and instead moans and looks increasingly frustrated. She angrily yells at it asking why Titans eat humans and what their objective is; calling them useless lumps of flesh that should disappear from the world. The frustrated Titan begins to tear off its cheeks, ripping off flesh and squirt blood.[5]

Horrified, Ilse attempts to flee but is quickly caught by the Titan, and tries to push its mouth away from her head to no avail. The Titan bites off her head but does not eat her. After killing her, the Titan leaves her body on the ground and leaves.[6]

Return to Shiganshina arc Edit

Later in the Battle of Shiganshina, as Erwin Smith begins to lament the dwindling hopes of his dream, Ilse stands among the many fallen Survey Corps comrades in Erwin's mind, wanting to know if their deaths had meaning.[7]

Abilities Edit

Ilse Langnar's statistics [8]:

Combat
6/10
Initiative
7/10
Wits
6/10
Teamwork
7/10
Curiosity
10/10

Trivia Edit

References Edit

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