I'm clearly an optimist.
Armin Arlert This is a toughie.
Jean: You think you can Judge Me?! After finding the body of his friend, Marco, Jean is clearly disturbed.
Jean among the new Survey Corps members Two days after the successful sealing of Wall Rose, Jean is among the soldiers who help remove bodies from Trost, and comes upon Marco's body.
Tell me how he hurt her. By that logic, Eren has Turkish and German roots. We know that technology was heavily suppressed by the government and people were forced to revert back to older times.Next
He, Reiner, and Annie follow, and are greeted by the sight of the Titan being cannibalized by its fellow Titans.
Also according to Wikipedia, "Krista" means "follower of Christ". Much to their surprise, they discover the identity of a woman wearing the familiar face of their comrade who had died a year ago.Next
He openly mocked more idealistic individuals like Eren, and saw resisting the Titans as a hopeless cause.
Unless you spell Smith as Schmidt, in which case here is another fucker with a German name.Next
I can understand since you haven't read the manga, but in the manga there was a panel depicting what appeared to be soldiers defending a castle from titans using Dark Ages artillery and firearms.
These are speculations and it does irk me a little that they're postulated as facts or something akin to: "at this point its basically true". Jean: Bring it on, you little Bastard! While such a megathread is up, other posts on the same topic will be removed.Next
In Chapter 127 after Eren begins The Rumbling, Jean has this very strange moment where he is tuning everything out around him, except a dream — or rather vision of his future.
Mikasa Ackerman "Mikasa" sounds japanese and "Ackerman" sounds German.Next
The world as it is today would be completely destroyed within days.
The audience and Pyxis are taken aback by Jean's simple dish, but Pyxis proceeds to eat it, regardless. Her appearance doesn't give many clues.Next
Although he presents himself as self-centered, Jean places high value on the lives of his comrades, and is ashamed and horrified when he must leave helpless allies behind to save himself and others.