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  • Does anyone have a picture of what Eren's Founding Titan form looks like from the front? All we have of him here are the ugly image of the backside that's nothing but large, skeletal legs, a large ribcage and nothing else.

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    • I think we see its front side on the volume 31 cover, as we see the backside in chapter 123 and it doesn't seem to resemble what we see there. Also the Wall Titans are facing and moving ahead, so would Eren.

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    • I just checked and you can see it more clearly in the English cover of the volume.

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    • I had to take a picture of it on YouTube and it looks completely skeletal, devoid of any flesh or muscles. However, this could be just some fan’s interpretation of what the front looks like.

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    • It just showed and its literally hellspawn, its ribs extending from the spine and which in the front you can see a titans upper body hanging from the front. The head droops low with long hair reaching down from the chin. Its face resembles the jaw titan with combined with the attack titan. Its lower jaw resembles the collasal titans. The titan towers over the rest of the collosal titans at an approximated height of 400-500 meters.

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    • The only Founding Titan I compare to being a literal devil.

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    • The scarier thing about this is, that is only the spine and head of the titan. Imagine a fully grown body.

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    • Low key looks like a puppet on quite literal strings.

      I wonder...

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    • I just want to know how it walks?! It looks like the Rib Cage also works as it's legs?? I don't even. It's kinda disappointing that he's not a combat type but you wouldn't need to do any fighting if you have the power to control every other Titan...

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    • The legs are next to useless, despite their being larger than the Wall Titans because there's no muscles or nerves on them. It uses the enlarged ribcage as its primary means of locomotion, as the ends of the ribs act like the legs of a centipede.

      Even if you could control other Titans, your Titan body needs to be in some shape that is a combination of strength, speed and defense. If you can't defend yourself, you're just a large target.

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    • My personel theory on how it moves is that it entirely relies on the strings that comes from the head, all along the vertebras. They act like muscle, contracting, thus inducing a movement of the vertebral column, inducing a movement of the ribs, making it advance a bit like a centipede. 

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    • Aggression25 wrote:
      The legs are next to useless, despite their being larger than the Wall Titans because there's no muscles or nerves on them. It uses the enlarged ribcage as its primary means of locomotion, as the ends of the ribs act like the legs of a centipede.

      Even if you could control other Titans, your Titan body needs to be in some shape that is a combination of strength, speed and defense. If you can't defend yourself, you're just a large target.

      Thanks for the theory. I think he moves more like Ymir the original Titan. She used to have long ribcage appendages so maybe it's like a gigatic version of that. Still It looks incredibly weak because the head is completely exposed and hanging from a thread. If you could sever the head then the whole thing would come crashing down. It also has no usable Arms to defend itself. Maybe the ripcage tentacles attack also? or he can create smaller titans to fight for him.

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    • Razzylada wrote:
      My personel theory on how it moves is that it entirely relies on the strings that comes from the head, all along the vertebras. They act like muscle, contracting, thus inducing a movement of the vertebral column, inducing a movement of the ribs, making it advance a bit like a centipede. 

      Oh ok that sounds plausible also.

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