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  • As it stands right now the plan was for Historia to give birth to as many royal blooded children she could while having inherited the beast titan after giving birth to her current child. Isn't it better to have Zeke impregnate several Eldian women and have them give birth to royal blooded children, this would avoid the complications that come with pregnancy as for all we know Historia could just die from giving birth ruining the plan. It isn't even known if she can keep her pregnancy while having the beast titan or if the baby would die from the transformation. Maybe being a titan shifter made Zeke infertile, I wouldn't know but that would ruin the plan all the same. Perhaps I missed something and this is all wrong but yeah, i just randomly thought of this.

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    • Well, coming from someone who dreams of everyone being sterile, it’s no wonder.

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    • XD

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    • Well Grisha was able to father Eren after inheriting the Attack Titan from Kruger, so it shouldn't effect someone unless they’re a pregnant woman, cause it was mentioned that if Historia (who is now pregnant) becomes a titan it could cause a miscarriage, as when someone becomes a pure titan they lose their human body and only regain it if they eat someone who has one of the nine titans.

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    • Now that I think of it, Zeke really should of done that.

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    • >Zeke

      >Children

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    • Because Zeke didn’t and doesn’t have that much time to live (only one year left). Plus, he thinks that Eldians are a curse to the world, and that they would had been better off if they wouldn’t had existed. Hence, he wants to make Eldians infertile.

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    • This is indeed a big hole in Zeke's plan (even if he dies soon - in one year or less Zeke is able to father more children than Historia could bear in a lifetime!!!), but it's no wonder because this whole plan was meaningless and fake anyways. Since the newest chapters we know that his true intention is to take away the Eldian's ability to reproduce. So this fake plan was just an excuse to get to Paradis Island and to fool everybody.

      BTW: I am convinced that Historia's pregnancy is fake. Might sound stupid at first glimpse, but the evidence is there. Check out my elaborated theory on tumblr if you're interested: https://dorovahkiin.tumblr.com/post/189067588104/snk-theory-manga-spoilers-why-i-believe?is_related_post=1

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    • ThatPansexualWeeb wrote: Now that I think of it, Zeke really should of done that.

      You're not the only one that feels that way! Then again, can you imagine any woman wanting to be with him?

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    • I'm pretty sure Zeke does not want children, you might even be able to tell from the fact that he want all Eldians to stop being able to reproduce.Also that was one of Zeke's plans not the entire one.

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    • JayPatt wrote: I'm pretty sure Zeke does not want children, you might even be able to tell from the fact that he want all Eldians to stop being able to reproduce.Also that was one of Zeke's plans not the entire one.

      And it's why he was a horrible person and should've just died.

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    • Well, fathering royal children would now be meaningless, since Ymir no longer obeys the royal family.

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    • Aggression25 wrote:

      JayPatt wrote: I'm pretty sure Zeke does not want children, you might even be able to tell from the fact that he want all Eldians to stop being able to reproduce.Also that was one of Zeke's plans not the entire one.

      And it's why he was a horrible person and should've just died.

      It's a bad thing to do for sure, but you making it seem like he wants them to all die brutal deaths.He just wants babies to stop being born and the race to slowly die out.

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    • Which makes Zeke a self-hating/self-loathing character.

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    • Not really,the point of his plan is to slowly eradicate Eldians on face of Earth,his sterilization dream is to make Eldians to be freed from their misery (by stopping their birth from the start) and freeing the world from Eldians (the extinction of the titans), his values are somehow similar to the will of the First King of the Walls said in Frieda's mouth: "It's not about redemption,the people of the walls have to atone for their precedessors sins and their future sins by staying ignorant and they have to die before they take the other's lives" In other words,the first king of walls and Zeke want Eldians to be killed before they can kill others,because they assume that they will definetly kill the others and distrupt world peace.

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    • I don't get it, whats wrong with hating yourself?

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    • JayPatt wrote: I don't get it, whats wrong with hating yourself?

      That self-hatred extends to hating others, eventually wanting to be the decider of other people's fate.

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    • Aggression25 wrote:

      JayPatt wrote: I don't get it, whats wrong with hating yourself?

      That self-hatred extends to hating others, eventually wanting to be the decider of other people's fate.

      I get that, but I don't think that makes him a horrible person especially since there are other characters worse.

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    • JayPatt wrote:

      Aggression25 wrote:

      JayPatt wrote: I don't get it, whats wrong with hating yourself?

      That self-hatred extends to hating others, eventually wanting to be the decider of other people's fate.

      I get that, but I don't think that makes him a horrible person especially since there are other characters worse.

      Rod Reiss, Kenny Ackerman, Karl Fritz, King Fritz, Marleyan citizens, and now Eren Yeager.

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    • I don't understand this Royal Bloodline to begin with. Aren't all subjects of Ymir descendents from Ymir and King Fritz? Don't all subjects of Ymir have royal blood? It feels like this is all in Ymir's "head", the blood doesn't really matter, even if Uri had a child with some girl, the child's blood wouldn't be any different from anybody elses.

      Just saying, it can't be the blood, that just doesn't make sense. It seems to work more like titles, like "only those withing 2 degrees of separation between them and the last king can become the next king", and for some reason Ymir also accepts the division between the Reiss and the Fritz family to count, so, even though Zeke is from a branch that hasn't been King for like 9 "generations" (13 years max), Ymir still considers him to have "royal blood". In the end, it seems that who has royal blood is who ever Ymir thinks they do.

      Unfortunally, this doesn't matter much more now, since Eren has made direct contact with Ymir and may have bypassed this royal blood limitation (maybe), but considering how important this was until the Rumbling, I would just to understand better how it works.

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    • At this point, blood no longer matters.

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    • Jumbernaut wrote:
      I don't understand this Royal Bloodline to begin with. Aren't all subjects of Ymir descendents from Ymir and King Fritz? Don't all subjects of Ymir have royal blood? It feels like this is all in Ymir's "head", the blood doesn't really matter, even if Uri had a child with some girl, the child's blood wouldn't be any different from anybody elses.

      Just saying, it can't be the blood, that just doesn't make sense. It seems to work more like titles, like "only those withing 2 degrees of separation between them and the last king can become the next king", and for some reason Ymir also accepts the division between the Reiss and the Fritz family to count, so, even though Zeke is from a branch that hasn't been King for like 9 "generations" (13 years max), Ymir still considers him to have "royal blood". In the end, it seems that who has royal blood is who ever Ymir thinks they do.

      Unfortunally, this doesn't matter much more now, since Eren has made direct contact with Ymir and may have bypassed this royal blood limitation (maybe), but considering how important this was until the Rumbling, I would just to understand better how it works.

      I thought the Founding Titan possessed control over all people of Ymir Fritz's tribe (Eldians, subjects of the royal Eldian King Fritz), and Ymir follows the will of her descendants (Reiss family) because they have the blood of her enslaver. Zeke and Uri are descendants of King Fritz, meanwhile anyone else like Armin is a descendant of an Eldian subject. That's what I thought. Anyways, as many have said, blood is null.

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    • Jumbernaut wrote:
      I don't understand this Royal Bloodline to begin with. Aren't all subjects of Ymir descendents from Ymir and King Fritz? Don't all subjects of Ymir have royal blood? It feels like this is all in Ymir's "head", the blood doesn't really matter, even if Uri had a child with some girl, the child's blood wouldn't be any different from anybody elses.

      Just saying, it can't be the blood, that just doesn't make sense. It seems to work more like titles, like "only those withing 2 degrees of separation between them and the last king can become the next king", and for some reason Ymir also accepts the division between the Reiss and the Fritz family to count, so, even though Zeke is from a branch that hasn't been King for like 9 "generations" (13 years max), Ymir still considers him to have "royal blood". In the end, it seems that who has royal blood is who ever Ymir thinks they do.

      Unfortunally, this doesn't matter much more now, since Eren has made direct contact with Ymir and may have bypassed this royal blood limitation (maybe), but considering how important this was until the Rumbling, I would just to understand better how it works.

      When Ymir died, her 9 titans were divided by 3. 3 daughters, 3 titans for each one. She probably obeys the will of the children who were born to the daughter who inherited the Founding Titan, since the King of Eldians has always been the one who had the Founding.

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    • Because Ymir was forced to bear the first king of eldia's childrens,the power of titans is very connected to royal bloodline,that's why the full abilities of the founding WERE for royalty only,a double contact between a non-titan royalty (Historia) and Rod reiss (in human form) and a non-royalty intelligent titan (and holder of the founding) (Eren)  in the other hand unlocked some of the Attack abilities,in the same time,even contact between a non-titan royaty (Historia) and pure titan royallty (Rod Reiss) unlocked some of the latter's memories,that's because probably the kings of Eldia did some genetic engineering and experiments on Ymir's contrymens (Subjects of Ymir) and forced them to reproduce with a majority of his own people (majority of Eldians) to awaken their abilities to transform to titans,in the other hand, the other clans were immune because some were possibly granted to not be forced to reproduce with eldians in exchange of sending some of their people as experiment subjects (non-SOY Eldians),in the other hand,some clans were given responsibility to protect the royal family in exchange of granting them replica of titan powers without turning into ones (the Ackermans),this is my theory.

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    • TinyHargreaves wrote:

      I thought the Founding Titan possessed control over all people of Ymir Fritz's tribe (Eldians, subjects of the royal Eldian King Fritz), and Ymir follows the will of her descendants (Reiss family) because they have the blood of her enslaver. Zeke and Uri are descendants of King Fritz, meanwhile anyone else like Armin is a descendant of an Eldian subject. That's what I thought. Anyways, as many have said, blood is null.

      I don't see why Ymir would have power over regular human eldians. I don't really like to use the Paths Realm as a concrete source for anything, but in chap 122 we see only 1 pillar when Ymir dies and then 3 branches as her daughters eat her remains. Based on that, and on the world knowledge of the story, that only eldians descendents can be turned into titans, only they are connected through the paths. I assume the humans have tried injecting spinal fluid on regular humans and, at least, in most cases it doesn't work. The human eldians, if there are still any, just don't matter.

      One important aspect of the "royal bloodline" is that, alegendly, when the Founding Titan is passed down to a titan of royal blood, it will be bound to the will of Karl Fritz, to renounce war, and will stubbornly not answer any questions about the past. Now, even though technically all eldians, even Connie, are descendents of royal blood, for some reason only those who have the last name Reiss or Fritz count as royal blood (actually, as stupid as that sounds, it kinda works. So, yeah, Ymir is a dumb girl and maybe the right last name is enough for her...). So, only those with Reiss or Fritz last name would be bound by the will of Karl Fritz. I feel this complicates things because it legitimizes this broken bloodline that doesn't make much sense.

      Honestly, it just doesn't make any sense that Zeke counts as royal blood. I understand Ymir, kinda "holding ghost hands" with the current King, who ever has the Founding Titan, and only recognizing those who this last King recognizes as legitimate heirs to his "crown", but the Fritz family branched off from the King who stayed inside the walls like 100 years ago. There should be like 50 people like Dinah Fritz, secretly hiding their Fritz heritage outside of the wall. Do all of them count as royal blood? Without a King outside of the wall, who counts as the "head of the family" to determine how far you have to branch out to not count as royal blood? The murkiness of these mechanics really upset me.

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    • Jumbernaut wrote:
      TinyHargreaves wrote:

      I thought the Founding Titan possessed control over all people of Ymir Fritz's tribe (Eldians, subjects of the royal Eldian King Fritz), and Ymir follows the will of her descendants (Reiss family) because they have the blood of her enslaver. Zeke and Uri are descendants of King Fritz, meanwhile anyone else like Armin is a descendant of an Eldian subject. That's what I thought. Anyways, as many have said, blood is null.

      I don't see why Ymir would have power over regular human eldians. I don't really like to use the Paths Realm as a concrete source for anything, but in chap 122 we see only 1 pillar when Ymir dies and then 3 branches as her daughters eat her remains. Based on that, and on the world knowledge of the story, that only eldians descendents can be turned into titans, only they are connected through the paths. I assume the humans have tried injecting spinal fluid on regular humans and, at least, in most cases it doesn't work. The human eldians, if there are still any, just don't matter.

      One important aspect of the "royal bloodline" is that, alegendly, when the Founding Titan is passed down to a titan of royal blood, it will be bound to the will of Karl Fritz, to renounce war, and will stubbornly not answer any questions about the past. Now, even though technically all eldians, even Connie, are descendents of royal blood, for some reason only those who have the last name Reiss or Fritz count as royal blood (actually, as stupid as that sounds, it kinda works. So, yeah, Ymir is a dumb girl and maybe the right last name is enough for her...). So, only those with Reiss or Fritz last name would be bound by the will of Karl Fritz. I feel this complicates things because it legitimizes this broken bloodline that doesn't make much sense.

      Honestly, it just doesn't make any sense that Zeke counts as royal blood. I understand Ymir, kinda "holding ghost hands" with the current King, who ever has the Founding Titan, and only recognizing those who this last King recognizes as legitimate heirs to his "crown", but the Fritz family branched off from the King who stayed inside the walls like 100 years ago. There should be like 50 people like Dinah Fritz, secretly hiding their Fritz heritage outside of the wall. Do all of them count as royal blood? Without a King outside of the wall, who counts as the "head of the family" to determine how far you have to branch out to not count as royal blood? The murkiness of these mechanics really upset me.

      I completely understand your confusion; what you're saying didn't make sense to me either which is why I chose to believe Ymir just had control over all the regular human Eldians. But if that's unlikely, it's quite possible she literally will only follow the commands of her descendants based on their surname, like you said... very murky.

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    • I don't see why Ymir would have power over regular human eldians. I don't really like to use the Paths Realm as a concrete source for anything, but in chap 122 we see only 1 pillar when Ymir dies and then 3 branches as her daughters eat her remains. Based on that, and on the world knowledge of the story, that only eldians descendents can be turned into titans, only they are connected through the paths. I assume the humans have tried injecting spinal fluid on regular humans and, at least, in most cases it doesn't work. The human eldians, if there are still any, just don't matter.

      One important aspect of the "royal bloodline" is that, alegendly, when the Founding Titan is passed down to a titan of royal blood, it will be bound to the will of Karl Fritz, to renounce war, and will stubbornly not answer any questions about the past. Now, even though technically all eldians, even Connie, are descendents of royal blood, for some reason only those who have the last name Reiss or Fritz count as royal blood (actually, as stupid as that sounds, it kinda works. So, yeah, Ymir is a dumb girl and maybe the right last name is enough for her...). So, only those with Reiss or Fritz last name would be bound by the will of Karl Fritz. I feel this complicates things because it legitimizes this broken bloodline that doesn't make much sense.

      Honestly, it just doesn't make any sense that Zeke counts as royal blood. I understand Ymir, kinda "holding ghost hands" with the current King, who ever has the Founding Titan, and only recognizing those who this last King recognizes as legitimate heirs to his "crown", but the Fritz family branched off from the King who stayed inside the walls like 100 years ago. There should be like 50 people like Dinah Fritz, secretly hiding their Fritz heritage outside of the wall. Do all of them count as royal blood? Without a King outside of the wall, who counts as the "head of the family" to determine how far you have to branch out to not count as royal blood? The murkiness of these mechanics really upset me.

      It was stated that the first king of the walls did left some of his family outside the walls,however, they are all dead now,probably in the insurection when Kruger's father and his allies were burned alive,and Dina, Eren and some Eldians survived the uprising,after that, Zeke is the only survivor left from royal family outside the walls, and because he never said that to anyone,it was believed by Marley that the royal family inside the walls are the only ones left.

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    • I don't believe that would be Zeke Yeagers' true intention there.  After all, he wants to wipe out the entire Eldian race for sake of peace towards humanity, not procreating.

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    • TinyHargreaves wrote:

      I completely understand your confusion; what you're saying didn't make sense to me either which is why I chose to believe Ymir just had control over all the regular human Eldians. But if that's unlikely, it's quite possible she literally will only follow the commands of her descendants based on their surname, like you said... very murky.

      Abdou250 wrote:

      It was stated that the first king of the walls did left some of his family outside the walls,however, they are all dead now,probably in the insurection when Kruger's father and his allies were burned alive,and Dina, Eren and some Eldians survived the uprising,after that, Zeke is the only survivor left from royal family outside the walls, and because he never said that to anyone,it was believed by Marley that the royal family inside the walls are the only ones left.

      Yeah, it's a bit convenient for the author to solve this problem with one line, "they are all dead", but considering how convoluted this is, to me it's good enough.

      But I'm satisfied now with the hypothesis that the "Royal Bloodline" is determined by your original family name, kinda like Jon Snow, born Aegon Targaryen. What matters is the "birth certificate", or for Ymir, she looks back into your memories and sees what your mother called you when you were born.

      The only problem now are the other descendents from Karl Fritz inside the walls, Uri's Reiss uncles, etc. I can imagine that, since they knew being part of the royal bloodline meant you could one day have to become a titan, eat your relative, inherit his memories, be bound by the will of the "First" King, and only live for another 13 years. So, it's not unreasonable to think many of the siblings would choose to adopt a different name, from their spouse, and live their own lives separate from this "royal curse". This could explain why there are no other "official" royal descendents inside the walls.

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    • Jumbernaut wrote:
       
      Yeah, it's a bit convenient for the author to solve this problem with one line, "they are all dead", but considering how convoluted this is, to me it's good enough.

      But I'm satisfied now with the hypothesis that the "Royal Bloodline" is determined by your original family name, kinda like Jon Snow, born Aegon Targaryen. What matters is the "birth certificate", or for Ymir, she looks back into your memories and sees what your mother called you when you were born.

      The only problem now are the other descendents from Karl Fritz inside the walls, Uri's Reiss uncles, etc. I can imagine that, since they knew being part of the royal bloodline meant you could one day have to become a titan, eat your relative, inherit his memories, be bound by the will of the "First" King, and only live for another 13 years. So, it's not unreasonable to think many of the siblings would choose to adopt a different name, from their spouse, and live their own lives separate from this "royal curse". This could explain why there are no other "official" royal descendents inside the walls.

      I understand your point,however, if they were really some alive relatives,they would have been chosen to inherit the founding by Rod Reiss instead of Historia, maybe the kings doesn't really want succession wars,that could warn the population that the figureheads are a fake monarchs, or maybe just  like Historia, are not even aware that they are royalty when they are born, or those who refuse the selected heirs, have their memories erased by the power of the founding titan.

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