Attack on Titan – The Smiling Titan
Dina Yeager, commonly known as the Smiling Titan, is a minor but crucial antagonist in the Attack on Titan anime/manga series.
While most Titans are always smiling, some of them display human-like emotions. For example, a Titan in a perpetual state of lunacy flashes pearly whites as if in euphoria. While Titans have no emotional control, this does not mean they cannot express human-like emotions. Here’s a look at what makes a Titan smile. Firstly, they’re happy!
Eren’s obsession with killing Titans
It is very hard to ignore Eren’s obsession with killing Titans, particularly those who are destined to destroy Paradis Island. His childhood was characterized by an emotional state and his emotions were hurt and frustrated. The situation hardly changes since then, and his obsession with freedom only grows stronger. In the end, he has the potential to commit omnicide, and that is exactly what he plans to do.
Eren’s obsession with killing Titans stems from his older sister Frieda, a Titan Shifter who possessed the ability to remove people’s memories. Frieda’s power was passed onto Eren after the Grisha consumed her. Eren believes that a Titan cannot change unless he sacrifices himself, and he is determined to prove that. He is also obsessed with killing Historia, who he wants to become a Titan.
His obsession with freedom caused him to leave the Survey Corps and enter Marley. His plan was to kill himself, and he manipulated Falco to write letters to the Survey Corps and present Reiner to Reiner. Eren lied to Reiner about the truth behind the letter. Reiner’s life was at risk, and he did not deserve his freedom. Eren then transformed into an Attack Titan and murdered hundreds of people above him.
The reason for Eren’s hatred of Titans is a complex one. He wanted to make a name for himself by killing them as a way to prove his humanity. But his obsession with killing Titans is not so pure. It may be rooted in the knowledge he inherited from his father. In addition to being the tip of the spear, his obsession with killing Titans has also gotten him in trouble with his friends.
Eren’s transformation into a Titan
The transformation of Eren into a Titan begins with a vision of a giant red fireball shooting out of Eren’s head. Reiner, who has a similar vision, watches the explosion in horror and tries to fight the Colossal Titan. However, the fireball explodes without causing any harm to Eren. In this episode, Eren’s transformation into a Titan is also explained.
When Eren is in danger, he is surrounded by a female Titan who is hunting him. Annie and Reiner are both unable to help him and he is a prime suspect for being Coordinate. The female Titan is believed to have stolen information about Eren’s location through Reiner, who was attempting to protect him. The Titan’s death will result in the transformation of the remaining humans.
While the outside world calls Eren a devil, Eren has always been a savior and an inspiration to him. His loyalty to Armin is obvious and he inspires Eren’s desire to protect him and his loved ones. The fact that Eren never ran away from a fight is a testament to his loyalty. In addition, Armin also inspires Eren to keep following him.
In addition to being a powerful warrior, Eren’s transformation into a Titan is accompanied by a number of other characteristics. First, he is a human. His new body is shaped like a human. He is capable of resembling a human. A Titan’s body is made of light and dark matter. The light and darkness are not the same. In contrast, the dark and light side of the universe is a mirror of human nature.
Eren’s battle with the Smiling Titan
In this Attack on Titan episode, the Smiling Titan is shown ignoring Bertholdt Hoover. The Smiling Titan should have attacked him in his human form, but instead walks past the utterly confused Hoover. This reveals the importance of Bertholdt in Eren’s plan. Without him, Eren cannot complete his plan. Therefore, he must win this battle with his Titans.
The Smiling Titan’s real name is Dina Yeager, the former stepmother of Eren Yeager. She killed her stepdaughter Carla during the Wall Maria invasion, and she later becomes the main antagonist of the Fall of Shiganshina arc. In Clash of the Titans, Dina Yeager returns to the series as a flashback character. In Return to Shiganshina, Eren learns the truth about his father and learns that the Smiling Titan is the result of Marley’s betrayal.
Despite the fact that the Smiling Titan is a dangerous opponent, Eren’s strength makes him the perfect choice. In his Titan form, he can control the Titans around him and defeat it. Mikasa, on the other hand, will have to be the one to kill the Smiling Titan, but Eren proves to be the best choice in this battle. If the Smiling Titan was a normal Titan, he would kill him first.
The Smiling Titan also appears in the anime. Eren and Mikasa first meet in the manga, during the military pursuit of the Armored Titan. This Armored Titan has kidnapped Eren and Historia Reiss and then threw pure Titans into the Survey Corps. Hannes, who is the only member of the Scouts to stop the Armored Titan, is the only one to save them.
Eren’s relationship with Mikasa
The first sign that Eren’s relationship with Mikaso is about to fail is the kiss they share. Eren kisses Mikaso, but his lips don’t resemble those of Mikasa’s. Mikasa’s lips look more plump, but their lips look different in the flashback scene. Despite this, Mikasa does end up kissing Eren in the flashback.
During the rescue of Eren, Mikasa learns about her Ackerman powers. At the time of the rescue, Mikasa was ten years old. In her next appearance, Mikasa meets Armin, and they discuss Eren’s death. Mikasa thanks Eren for saving him from Dina Fritz, who was preparing to kill Mikasa. The two then sit next to Eren’s tombstone, and Mikasa thanks Eren for wrapping her scarf around her.
While Eren rejected love in the first episode of Season 4, Mikasa never lost hope. Mikasa was his greatest love, and he knew that he would have to live with Mikasa for many years. Even though he isn’t in the prime of his life anymore, he is still close to death. This is why Mikasa is so important to him.
While the romance between Eren and Mikasa isn’t as strong as that of Ymir and Jean, their camaraderie was still very strong, even after the battle. Mikasa understood annie’s desire to be with Eren, and she understood that asking him to kill her would be emotionally exhausting. In that sense, Mikasa’s push towards killing Eren was right.
Although Mikasa does not express romantic feelings for Eren, she cares for him as a part of her family. Eren is confused at her response, but she eventually reveals why she doesn’t love him. Mikasa’s devotion to Eren goes beyond puppy love. It goes way beyond the simple fact that the two of them share a family. In the end, Mikasa’s devotion to Eren is more than mere puppy love.
Eren’s relationship with Armin
There are two main plot lines that run through the entire game: the first is Eren’s desire to explore the outside world. His desire stems from a sense of justice for Armin. He also mentions wanting to know more about his world and the people who have died fighting titans. This relationship with Armin is extremely complicated and there is no easy way to describe it all in one plot. Let’s take a closer look at the two plot lines in this article.
First, Eren and Armin’s relationship is tied to their mutual quest for knowledge. Eren’s passion for learning is furthered by Armin’s interest in learning about the world outside the cave. Armin shares Eren’s passion for knowing and learning about the outside world, as they both read and discuss topics related to it. In this way, they are similar in many ways. In addition to Eren’s thirst for knowledge, their relationship reveals the common bonds they have as a result of their friendship.
Similarly, Eren and Armin’s relationship begins in the first book of the series. The two are classmates in the Scouting Legion, and both have the same bloodline. This makes them unlikely to be allies, but it also helps them understand each other better. Armin is also attracted to Eren’s brash attitude and frankness. Throughout the novel, Eren and Armin’s relationship with each other develops over time.
The relationship between Armin and Eren is not unlike that of a platonic friendship. Both are boys and are very close. However, they differ in their priorities. Armin is more concerned with the world and its peace, while Eren is more focused on his own home and protecting the people he cares about. The other character, Mikasa, shares the same beliefs as Armin does, and their mutual admiration of each other is a great source of comfort for the two.