How is it passive?

The list of objects label the serum as being passive, but how can it be that when it's such a dangerous tool? --Aggression25 (talk) 16:24, May 18, 2016 (UTC)

The serum itself is passive because you can't use it to attack a person with it. The user is dangerous, but the serum is not a weapon by itself.--Manuel de la Fuente (talk) 16:30, May 18, 2016 (UTC)

Does the Homeland have access to the serum, as well?

Does anyone think the Homeland has access to the Titan Serum, too? How else would they be able to create Titan Shifters? --Aggression25 (talk) 23:36, June 13, 2016 (UTC)

I would say so, but then again Zeke was able to turn the entire village of Ragako into Titans all at once by some means. This ability sounds like something even more efficient than serum injections (unless it turns out Zeke was actually going door to door with serums).
My guess is, maybe the serums were the original method of Titan creation, and when the walls were raised the Reiss family continued with the original methods while the Hometown advanced the method of Titan creation into what Zeke can now do 107 years later. --GodKingReiss (talk) 23:46, June 13, 2016 (UTC)
I hate being the killjoy, but if this conversation is not to discuss edits on the article, then please follow our Talk Page Policy and use the forum for that. Aggression25, this is the fourth time (1, 2, 3) I have to remind you about that policy. Please, this must be the last time. --Manuel de la Fuente (talk) 02:09, June 14, 2016 (UTC)
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