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Sina Fritz (シーナ・フリッツ Shīna Furittsu?) was the youngest daughter of Fritz and Ymir Fritz. She would later become the namesake of the innermost wall of Karl Fritz's three Titan Walls, Wall Sina.


Sina Fritz was a young girl, who appeared to be the youngest of her two sisters. She had blonde hair, much like her mother, Ymir Fritz, and her sisters. She had her hair tied up in a bun with some side pieces of her hair remaining loose and her fringe was swept away. She wore a sleeveless dress with a thin decorative band around her waist.


Around 2,000 years ago, Sina Fritz was born to the king of Eldia, Fritz and his slave and concubine Ymir, the first of the Titans, alongside her two sisters Maria and Rose. When her mother died after an assassination attempt on the Fritz King, Maria and her sisters were forced to eat their mother's corpse immediately after her death, on the orders of their father in order to prevent the power of the Titans from being lost. It worked and she acquired the Power of the Titans as did her sisters. She presumably aided her father's expansion of the Eldian Empire, and on his death bed was instructed to have as many children as possible and upon her own death, allow her spine to be eaten by her children so that her powers can be passed on, and that the process would be repeated again and again as the family line continued so Eldia could reign over the world.[1]


Her powers were passed down to unknown successors as did her sisters, eventually splitting into the Nine Titans that would continue to serve Eldia. Over 1,800 years after the death of Ymir Fritz and her three daughters, Karl Fritz raised three concentric Walls on Paradis Island formed from countless Colossal Titans. These Walls would be named after Sina and her sisters, with the innermost Wall being named after Sina.[2]


  • The name "Sina" is of Arabic origin and its meaning is related to "virtue" and "goodness". Furthermore, this name may be a variant of the Hebrew name "Shina", meaning "quiet place", which is appropriate to the general condition of the territory of the Wall with its name.