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Description
Use this template to make quick references to chapters, episodes, and other media related to Attack on Titan. It also supports external sources and free format text.
Syntax
Type {{ref|<...>}} when making a reference, with parameters as shown below.

Usage

Preloaded media

The template has preloaded support for all items in the Attack on Titan universe, usable through this syntax:

{{ref| <keyword> = <option> }}
Media Keyword Options Example Result
Attack on Titan manga none
<number>
Chapters Eren saves Mikasa from the kidnappers.{{ref|6}} Eren saves Mikasa from the kidnappers.[1]
s<number>
Side stories Petra Ral is introduced.{{ref|s1}} Petra Ral is introduced.[2]
v<number>
Volumes Humanity's territory is described as a three-walled city.{{ref|v1}} Humanity's territory is described as a three-walled city.[3]
ce<number>
Colossal Editions Marlowe Sand is renamed "Marlowe Freudenberg".{{ref|ce3}} Marlowe Sand is renamed "Marlowe Freudenberg".[4]
Attack on Titan rough draft rd none Eren seems fully aware of his Titan powers from the start.{{ref|rd}} Eren seems fully aware of his Titan powers from the start.[5]
Guidebooks g
a<number>
Manga guidebooks Isayama reveals Grisha's stats.{{ref|g = 1}} Isayama reveals Grisha's stats.[6]
a<number>
Anime guidebooks
o<number>
Other guidebooks
Attack on Titan anime a
<number>
Episodes (also supports OVAs) Levi beats up Eren during his trial.{{ref|e = 14}} Levi beats up Eren during his trial.[7]
Ilse Langnar encounters an abnormal Titan which talks to her.{{ref|e = 3.5}} Ilse Langnar encounters an abnormal Titan which talks to her.[8]
o
<number>
OVAs (alternative option) Ilse Langnar encounters an abnormal Titan which talks to her.{{ref|o = 1}} Ilse Langnar encounters an abnormal Titan which talks to her.[8]
Printed novels n
<number>
Angel Aaltonen invents Vertical Maneuvering Equipment.{{ref|n = 1}} Angel Aaltonen invents Vertical Maneuvering Equipment.[9]
Visual novels vn
<number>
Mikasa imagines a world where her parents never died.{{ref|vn = 1}} Mikasa imagines a world where her parents never died.[10]
  • Visual Novels
{{ref| vn = <number> }}


  • Films
{{ref| f = <number> }}
Example:
In the live-action adaptation of the series, Armin has black hair.{{ref|f = 3}}
Result:
In the live-action adaptation of the series, Armin has black hair.[11]
  • "Hangeki no Noroshi" episodes
{{ref| f = <number> }}
Example:
Hans begins experimenting on a captured Titan.{{ref|cr = 1}}
Result:
Hans begins experimenting on a captured Titan.[citation needed]
  • "Attack on Titan 0" chapters
{{ref| a0 }}
Example:
Murakumo transforms into a Titan.{{ref|a0}}
Result:
Murakumo transforms into a Titan.[12]
  • "Before the Fall" chapters
{{ref| bf = <number> }}
Example:
Sharle shows Kuklo a hand drawn map of all three territories, saying each wall's name as she points to it.{{ref|bf = 4}}
Result:
Sharle shows Kuklo a hand drawn map of all three territories, saying each wall's name as she points to it.[13]
  • "No Regrets" chapters
{{ref| nr = <number> }}
Example:
Flagon seeming impressed, contemplates whether they can truly welcome him with open arms.{{ref|nr = 3}}
Result:
Flagon seeming impressed, contemplates whether they can truly welcome him with open arms.[14]
  • "Chibi Theater" segments
{{ref| ct = <number> }}
Example:
Eren is portrayed in chibi form.{{ref|ct = 1}}
Result:
Eren is portrayed in chibi form.[15]
  • "Lost Girls" chapters
{{ref| lg = <number> }}
Example:
Annie makes the decision to seek out the missing person in Stohess.{{ref|lg = 1}}
Result:
Annie makes the decision to seek out the missing person in Stohess.[16]
  • "Attack on Avengers" chapters
{{ref| av = <number> }}
Example:
The Female Titan fights against Iron Man.{{ref|av = 1}}
Result:
The Female Titan fights against Iron Man.[17]
  • "Junior High" manga chapters
{{ref| jh = <number> }}
Example:
Eren Yeager attends Attack Junior High School.{{ref|jh = 1}}
Result:
Eren Yeager attends Attack Junior High School.[18]
  • "Junior High" anime episodes
{{ref| jha = <number> }}
Example:
Eren Jaeger attends Attack Junior High School.{{ref|jha = 1}}
Result:
Eren Jaeger attends Attack Junior High School.[19]
  • "Spoof on Titan" chapters
{{ref| st = <number> }}
Example:
Eren is portrayed in comic strip form.{{ref|st = 1}}
Result:
Eren is portrayed in comic strip form.[20]
  • "Attack on Titan Anthology" chapters
{{ref| aa = <number> }}
Example:
Taki encounters survivors in Wall Maria.{{ref|aa = 5}}
Result:
Taki encounters survivors in Wall Maria.[21]

Adding page numbers

{{ref| <...> | p = <number> }}
Example (single page):
Thomas is eaten by a Titan.{{ref|4|p=29}}
Result:
Thomas is eaten by a Titan.[22]
Example (multiple pages):
Annie demonstrates her fighting style to Eren and Reiner.{{ref|17|p=7-19}}
Result:
Annie demonstrates her fighting style to Eren and Reiner.[23]

Adding descriptions

{{ref| <...> | d = <text> }}
Example:
Bertolt is a trainee with great potential.{{ref|18|p=10|d=Keith Shadis states that Bertolt has great potential but lacks assertiveness}}
Result:
Bertolt is a trainee with great potential.[24]

Citing external sources

{{ref| u = <url> | t = <title> | s = <source> | r = <retrieved> | d = <description> }}

Explanation:

  • u (url): URL of the cited page.
  • t (title): Title of the page. This is the text to be displayed in the link.
Those two are the only required parameters. The following are optional, but recommended:
  • s (source): Name of the cited website.
  • r (retrieved): Date of retrieval of the page.
  • d (description): A short sentence describing the reference.
Example (full reference with all parameters):
Mike Zacharius' birthday is on November 1st.{{ref|u=http://blog.livedoor.jp/isayamahazime/archives/8591520.html|t=Answering some of the event's questions|s=Hajime Isayama's blog|r=November 2, 2014|d=Isayama reveals Mike's birthday at the "Attack on Oyama" event}}
Result:
Mike Zacharius' birthday is on November 1st.[25]

Free format text

To make references without using any of the formats described above, just type the text without including parameters.

{{ref| <text> }}
Example:
He met Hajime Isayama when they were children.{{ref|Hajime Isayama is the creator of ''Attack on Titan''.}}
Result:
He met Hajime Isayama when they were children.[26]

References

  1. Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 6
  2. Attack on Titan manga: Side Story 1
  3. Attack on Titan manga: Volume 1
  4. Attack on Titan manga: Colossal Edition 3
  5. Attack on Titan manga: Rough Draft
  6. Attack on Titan: INSIDE Kou
  7. Attack on Titan anime: Episode 14
  8. 8.0 8.1 Attack on Titan anime: OVA 1
  9. Attack on Titan: Before the Fall novel
  10. Lost in the Cruel World visual novel
  11. Attack on Titan, The Movie: Part 1
  12. a0
  13. Attack on Titan: Before the Fall manga: Chapter 4
  14. Attack on Titan: No Regrets manga: Chapter 3
  15. Chibi Theater: Fly, Cadets, Fly!:Segment 1
  16. Attack on Titan: Lost Girls manga: Chapter 1
  17. Attack on Avengers manga
  18. Attack on Titan: Junior High manga: Chapter 1
  19. Attack on Titan: Junior High anime: Episode 1
  20. Spoof on Titan manga: Chapter 1
  21. Attack on Titan Anthology: Story 5
  22. Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 4 (p. 29)
  23. Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 17 (p. 7-19)
  24. Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 18 (p. 10) — Keith Shadis states that Bertolt has great potential but lacks assertiveness.
  25. "Answering some of the event's questions". Hajime Isayama's blog. — Isayama reveals Mike's birthday at the "Attack on Oyama" event. Retrieved on November 2, 2014.
  26. Hajime Isayama is the creator of Attack on Titan.
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