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Walls' History

The latest chapter appears to have revealed some of the history of the walls. 05:02, December 9, 2014 (UTC)

We were talking about adding that, yeah. I'll be touching up this page along with the Titan article, too, to include this mysterious Titan. Gourgeist (talk) 05:19, December 9, 2014 (UTC)


If humans were cut off on the wrong side of Wall Maria, did they have any way of scaling the walls? Bugladen (talk) 21:03, October 20, 2013 (UTC) 21:01, October 20, 2013 (UTC) —Preceding unsigned comment added by Bugladen (talkcontribs)

If they had something to climb it with, maybe. hfc2X 20:51, October 20, 2013 (UTC)
I'm creating an RPG setting that happens after the fall of Shiganshima. Players are trapped between Rose and Maria. Wasn't sure if there was some already known fact that pre-existing ladders are set up on the wall for humans. If so, my setting will have to be reworked. Bugladen (talk) 21:03, October 20, 2013 (UTC)

Just a little theory on the construction of the walls.

     So there is probably some solid evidance against this theory, but I think the walls are actually people. Think about it. They are each named after human beings, they must have been built quickly, otherwise titans would have interrupted construction, and the Titan Shifters are able to form large masses of flesh around them in an instant, so why not stone? The one thing that really throws me off is the titan in the wall. Is it confirmed that there is only one or not? I guess it's possible that shifters were coming after the three people, knowing they were planing to create a safe haven for humans, but got caught in the wall.. That's all I have. If anyone can prove me wrong, please do.

TheAK40Kevin (talk) 10:35, August 2, 2014 (UTC)TheAK40Kevin

Did I sign that right? This is my first ever wiki post.

TitanYelena (talk)  I agree with the above. I also think that Titans with muscles aren't villians (colossal, blonde and armor). They are wanting to free the titans in the walls which are also muscle titans (according to the last picture in the manga and after credits of anime). Muscle titans maybe thinking shifters. To save the humans who cannot shift, they sacrificed themselves to immediately build the walls. 3 were left to ensure that  the sacrifice is not futile. But it ended up with only the few benefiting while the rest remained poor and hungry. Realizing this, the muscle titans now just want to be 2 kinds left to inherit the earth, the thinking shifters or muscle titans and the aimless titans. November 14, 2015


There's an error in the size/distances used to describe the walls. If Wall Maria is 480 km in diameter & Wall is 380 km in diameter, then they are 50 km apart, not 100 km. Similarly, if Wall Sina is 250 km in diameter, it is 65 km from Wall Rose, not 130 km. 20:59, November 5, 2014 (UTC)

No. There are literally 130 km between Wall Sina and Wall Rose and 100 km between Wall Rose and Wall Maria.
hfc2X 21:54, November 5, 2014 (UTC)

What's this?

I was checking this article and I was intrigued by this paragraph:

However the manga seems to indicate that the Walls existed before the Titans did.{{ref|u =|t = inside volume covers}}

What's that reference? The source only says "The inside covers of the Japanese graphic novels". What graphic novels? The original Japanese source says they are the covers of volume 2 and 5, but I looked at the Kindle versions and they have nothing of that. @_@ --Manuel de la Fuente (talk) 17:27, September 27, 2015 (UTC)

Searching in other sites, it seems to be the inside cover of volume 2 or chapter 5, is just that the Kindle version (at least the preview) has that part cut off.--Manuel de la Fuente (talk) 17:48, September 27, 2015 (UTC)

Wall Sheena

Why is it that Wall Sina is only mentioned as such in the images? Every other reference says "Sheena", I suggest we name it "Sina". LuisPeregrina (talk) 05:05, May 4, 2017 (UTC)

The name of the innermost Wall varies whether we're looking at manga or anime articles. For manga articles, we use Kodansha's official translation "Wall Sheena", and for anime articles we use FUNimation's official translation "Wall Sina". --GodKingReiss (talk) 05:09, May 4, 2017 (UTC)
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