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|Sasha...yer all I hoped for.|
|— Sasha's father acknowledges Sasha's growth and strength as a person.|
Sasha's father is a large, but not overweight, man. He has shaggy brown hair, a thin goatee, and brown eyes. He is usually seen wearing a stripped hat, a white t-shirt with a fur vest, and a loose tie. He also wears white pants, tall black boots, and carries a pack of arrows on his back along with a small supplies bag on his right hip.
Sasha's father appears to be a man of rules, and devoted to his clan. He is a mature father figure, storing food for the winter and attempting to pry it out of his daughter Sasha's hands when she begins to eat their supply. Though he appreciates his way of life, hunting with the clan, he realizes that many people's homes were taken by Titans and that they must share the forest for the greater good. He appears to be very wise, willing to accept change and move beyond their traditions if it meant a better way of life for everyone. Like his daughter, he has a native Dauper accent.
Braus is first seen arguing with Sasha, telling her not to eat the meat from the winter from the ground. After he fails, he explains to his daughter the reason why it is important to keep the food: after the fall of Wall Maria, many refugees have come to Wall Rose's lands, which has resulted in a food shortage due to the extra mouths to feed. In particular, refugees have begun hunting for food in Dauper's territory, leaving less game for the village's citizens than usual.
Braus admits to having considered giving the forest to them so that they can make fields, while the hunter's tribe starts taking care of horses, but Sasha objects, arguing that they should not stop living like they do just because of the newcomers, stating that the newcomers always looked down on their village and it was not fair for them to come and take from the people they criticized. Braus acknowledges his daughter's point, but he disagrees with her, saying that it is more important to take care of the people and accept change instead of living all alone. He finally states that he wants to live with his clan, even if it means to change their way of life. Sasha, angered, enlists in the Military in retaliation.
- Sasha Braus - Sasha's father loves his daughter very much, but often gets after her when she tries to eat their winter food supply. He believes his daughter is a wonderful person, stating so when he reunites with her after three years. He also seems to think that she is a bit of a coward, however this later leaves his mind when he sees Sasha as a soldier saving a child.