Titans – Why is Rod Reiss So Huge?
Why was Rod Reiss so massive in his Titan form? In the series Titans, Rod Reiss is a Titan who has the biggest stature of all the Pure Titans. This makes him the largest among them, but what does this mean? In this article, we’ll explore the answer to this question. Despite being so large, Rod Reiss’ limbs are incredibly weak.
Rod Reiss is a female Titan
The story of Rod Reiss’s transformation into a Titan began when she was just a young girl. She was a zealot for her royal heritage and was the daughter of the Founding Titan. Although she had considered becoming a Titan for years, it was not until she was dying that she decided to use it. The process of transforming into a Titan was not her first choice. In fact, she only became one as a last resort, when no other way was available.
Due to her huge size, Rod Reiss’ Titan form was unable to support her limbs. Her massive body and constant regeneration caused mass amounts of steam to form around her. As a result, soldiers could not get near her. The high heat caused trees to catch fire. When she was a Titan, she was the underdog in the fight that took place at the walls of Orvud. However, her father remained strong and fought the Titans. Uri Riess, the younger son, pleaded with his father to free humanity from the Titans, so he gave Rod his powers.
Although he was born a female Titan, Rod’s name was a tribute to her male heritage. As the first female Titan to be elected as King, he became a female Titan after marrying Historia Riess. Her eldest son, Rod, was long thought to be the inheritor of The Founding Titan, but it was stolen from him by Eren Yeager. He then fought for the right to reclaim the legendary item.
In the series, Rod Reiss has a similar personality to her male counterpart. She has a calm nature, although she tends to worry. Her calm and rational nature helped her to remain calm during the crisis. While she may be a bit overly concerned during the first Reiss King’s death, she has been shown to be a very smart and intelligent Titan. This character even managed to speak about the Founding Titan with Frieda and Uri. She has also kept a cool head when dealing with Kenny Ackerman, Historia, and Eren.
He is the biggest of all the Pure Titans
Unlike the other Pure Titans, Rod Reiss is mindless, a giant who grew enormous from the titan fluid he ingested. While this is a relatively common fate among titans, some believe it’s the result of a specific ingesting method. In this case, Rod Reiss swallowed the most powerful titan serum, creating the biggest Pure Titan in the series.
When he grew to 240 metres, Rod was still unable to stand up. It would be impossible for a Titan of this size to stand up straight, so Rod chose to administer the serum to the next Titan he found. Eventually, a 240 metre Titan would shift its weight and create a Tsar-Bomba-like explosion, burning everything within a several-mile radius.
The Colossal Titan is the early antagonist of the Attack on Titan series. It has the power to peer over Walls, destroying a city and naval fleet. In addition to this power, it emits steam, which burns anyone who gets close to it. Interestingly, the steam weakens the Titan’s muscles and causes it to turn into a bloated mass.
The Colossal Titan is the largest of the Pure Titans. His immense size makes him incredibly slow, and he is covered in a thick cloud of steam. As a result, trees near him would explode in flames. Unlike his father, Rod Reiss married an unnamed woman when he was young and had five children with her. Uri later apologized to the Riess family and let his brother become a servant for the Royal family.
The Huge Titan was the biggest of the Pure Titans. The Huge Titan was 120 meters tall. It was twice as tall as the Colossal Titan, but it was still much bigger. Its head was deformed from friction. It also resembled a giant. It was the biggest Pure Titan and the strongest Abnormal Titan in AoT. He was also the biggest of all the Pure Titans.
He is abnormally big
The size of Rod Reiss in Titan form is twice the size of the Colossal Tian. Unlike Colossal Titans, however, Rod Reiss did not choose Titandom out of selfishness or in order to save humanity. He opted to become a Titan instead of a Titan shifter to achieve his goal. While some Titans choose to remain human and eat human flesh, others have chosen to turn into a Titan in order to survive.
Rod Reiss is a 120m tall Titan who is often shown to carry his body on its belly, despite being larger than the Colossus Titan. In fact, he is twice as big as the Colossus Titan, which poked its head above the Wall Maria during the Fall of Shiganishima Arc. As a result of his abnormal size, Rod Reiss is unable to walk on two feet and must crawl on all fours to move around.
The colossal Titans were born with a high proportion of body mass, so it was natural for the colossal Titan to be bigger than the average human being. As a result, he is the largest Titan in the series. The reason why he became so large is unclear. Rod Reiss may have changed into a colossal titan because he wanted to achieve his goal – reclaiming the throne that his family once occupied.
Although Reiss is unusually large in Titan form, he was human-sized in the first Titan movie. He subsequently ate the serum from the floor. Those abilities gave him specific powers compared to a normal Titan. It may be the reason for Reiss’ unusual size – the Reiss royal family produced rare Titans and had the ability to turn human bodies into Titans.
He has weak limbs
While Rod Reiss has plenty of mass, his body in Titan form is unsuited for survival. The size and weight of Rod’s Titan form, combined with his broken back, resulted in a hulking, grotesque figure. The Colossal Titan will be astonished at his appearance, and even more so by Rod’s grotesque Titan form. Rod’s biggest weakness as a Titan is his limbs, which have not formed properly during his transformation. Moreover, his Titan form is so ugly that he cannot walk properly, and he is only able to crawl.
One of the reasons that Rod has weak limbs in Titan form is because his limbs are too long. When he transforms into Titan form, his Titan form causes the cavern to collapse, killing the soldiers in Kenny’s army. Fortunately, Eren is nearby, and she protects her squad by drinking the serum. In addition to this, the heat from Rod’s Titan form keeps the Scouts from coming close.
While his body is similar to that of his father, his arms are much bigger than his father’s. The difference is that he is bigger than the average Titan, compared to the Colossus Titan. This makes him stronger than most Titans, but weaker than most. His limbs are also not as strong as the rest of his body, and he lacks control of his limbs in Titan form.
Historia has been a strong character in the storyline, but it is not clear whether she is the father of Eren. She is, of course, not his father, and she lives for someone else. Rod Reiss has been longing for her to kill him since her father erased her memories with the power of the family. But when she finally reveals her identity to the civilians, she kills Rod.
He doesn’t have much control over his body
Rod Reiss is a huge Titan, so his body in Titan form is incredibly large. The liquid he absorbed from the Titan is supposed to be injected into the bloodstream, but it seems like Rod doesn’t have much control over his body in Titan form. He’s also not as tall as most Titans, so it’s not clear why he would not have full control of his body.
The lineage of the Reiss clan is royal, and the bloodline transfers magical abilities and talents down the generations. In addition to being able to assume Titan form, the Reiss clan also has a long history of performing rituals in Titan form. In a recent episode, Rod escorted Eren and Historia to a massive crystal cavern to perform a Titan ritual.
In the comic book, Rod Reiss’s Titan serum comes in an organized kit, complete with a syringe, bottle, and a replacement needle. The kit is likely manufactured on an industrial scale. Unlike the human Titans, however, the Titans in this world do not have much control over their bodies, so this treatment may be necessary to avoid further damage to the human body.
This means that Rod Reiss doesn’t have much command over his body when he transforms into Titan form, and his powers are limited. The series ends on an uncertain note, with the revelation of other humans capable of transforming into Titans. This isn’t a good sign for humanity, however, as the enemy Titans are also hiding in the walls of the Walls.