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Quote1.png That sound argument might just ruin our country! Quote2.png
— Roeg criticizes Commander Nile Dawk's doubt[1]

Roeg (ローグ Rōgu?) was a high ranking Military Police Regiment soldier.

Roeg was transformed into a Titan by Zeke Jaeger during the Marleyan surprise attack on Shiganshina.

Appearance

Human form

Roeg was an older, middle-aged man. His hair was cut short, and he had a receding hairline. He wore glasses, a dress shirt, and black pants, and also possessed the standard Military Police jacket, although he did not wear it in casual settings. He wore a bolo tie similar to that of his fellow military commanders.

Pure Titan form

As a Pure Titan, Roeg was tall enough to reach inside Shiganshina Headquarters. His appearance did not change much, as it still retained all the features of its human form.

Personality

Roeg was a very rude man, casually speaking of and criticizing others behind their backs. He seemed to place a value in public appearance, showing great contempt for Historia Reiss's decision to mother a child with a simple farmer, and not having a public wedding; furthermore, he criticized and mocked her on the fact that she was a nobody before she took power.

As noted by Nile, Roeg was a heavy drinker. During a meeting over dinner, he was seen emptying one bottle of wine before ordering another from a servant waiting on them.

Story

War for Paradis arc

Roeg is bitter about the current affairs

Roeg attends a meeting with other officers in the Military Police, ridiculing Nile Dawk's misgivings at Paradis's decision to arrest the Anti-Marleyan Volunteers. Roeg defends the decision, arguing that they cannot afford to let the volunteers roam free when they know nothing of Zeke Jaeger's true intentions, before lamenting that they were not able to have Historia eat Zeke immediately due to her pregnancy.

Nile argues that Historia has the right to choose when and by who she becomes pregnant, but Roeg posits that someone from the volunteers, likely Yelena, gave Historia the idea to get pregnant immediately so that she will not be forced to turn into a Titan until after she delivers. As he concludes his tirade, Roeg orders a Marleyan serving them to bring him more wine.[1]

After a bomb is set off inside Dhalis Zachary's office, killing him and three other military officials, Roeg and Nile present a report of the incident to the rest of the military's available officials. Before a conclusion can be reached about what to do with the possible culprits, the meeting is interrupted by the news that Eren Jaeger has escaped his jail cell.

Roeg blames Hange for rogue Scouts

Roeg attends a meeting to determine a response towards the emergence of the Jaegerists. He questions how the group was able to assemble so quickly, and blames Hange Zoë for many Scout recruits joining their ranks. Roeg then goes on to argue over the possibility that there are traitors among them. He is silenced, however, by the entrance of Dot Pyxis, who berates the group for infighting in front of Hizuru's ambassador, Kiyomi Azumabito. After this, he silently follows the meeting until its conclusion a short while later.[2]

Later on, Roeg and several others from the Military Police experience a sudden shock when Zeke uses his scream in the Forest of Giant Trees.[3] He is imprisoned within Shiganshina by the Jaegerists along with other military soldiers who had drunk the wine infused with Zeke's spinal fluid.[4]

Soon after, he is released alongside the other affected Eldians who are then ordered by Pyxis to engage and surround the Marleyans attacking Shiganshina.[5] However, Roeg and his comrades are then transformed into Pure Titans by Zeke.[6]

Roeg's Titan stares down at cadets

As a Titan, Roeg is drawn to the military headquarters where Yelena and the Jaegerists are hiding from the chaos, smashing a hole in the wall with his face. He reaches for Surma and attempts to eat him, but the cadet is saved when Roeg's nape is sliced open by Instructor Keith Sadies.[7]

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