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"That day, the human race remembered the terror of being dominated by them, and the shame of being held captive in a birdcage..." — Over 100 years ago, a natural predator of humanity appeared: the Titans, giant humanoid but mindless monsters whose sole purpose of existence seemed to be to devour humans. There was an insurmountable gap in power between them and mankind, and as a result, humanity was rapidly exterminated to the brink of extinction. The survivors responded by constructing three concentric walls: Wall Maria, Wall Rose and Wall Sheena, which graced them with a century of peace. However, one day a Colossus Titan far larger than any other seen before breached the outer wall, allowing the smaller Titans to invade the human territory and forcing the survivors to retreat to the inner walls. Eren Yeager, a boy whose mother was eaten during the invasion, vowed to wipe every last Titan off the face of the Earth, and joined the military decided to exact his revenge.
Ilse Langnar (イルゼ・ラングナー Iruze Rangunā?) was a member of the Survey Corps. She was a participant of the 34th Expedition beyond the walls and was in charge of the left wing of the second brigade. She wrote very useful information about a talking Titan she encountered in a notebook that later aided Hange Zoë's research.
During the 34th Expedition outside the Walls, Ilse's entire flank is massacred and she is the only survivor. With her horse lost and her vertical maneuvering equipment broken, she abandons her equipment and flees ]afoot north to a nearby forest, trying to find a route to reach the Walls.
After profuse running, she inadvertently runs into a Titan, which chases her and corners her against a tree. However, instead of immediately eating her, the Titan hesitates and she questions if it is an Abnormal. It then somehow starts talking, saying "a subject of Ymir" and "Lady Ymir... Well met," while bowing.
Dr. Grisha Yeager (グリシャ・イェーガー Gurisha Yēgā?, also spelled as Grisha Jaeger in the FUNimation sub of the anime) was an Eldian doctor and Titan Shifter who originated from the Liberio Internment Zone in Marley, and was a member of the Eldia Restorationists movement. He was also the father of Zeke and Eren Yeager, the husband of Carla Yeager, ex-husband of Dina Yeager, and adoptive father of Mikasa Ackerman.
Dr. Yeager is living in Shiganshina District with his wife, Carla; his son, Eren; and his adoptive daughter, Mikasa Ackerman. He keeps the basement of his house locked and does not allow anyone inside. Before departing to a journey, he promises Eren that he will show him what was in the basement when he gets back.
After the fall of Wall Maria, a tearful Grisha injects a serum into Eren's left arm, which Eren believes is responsible for giving him the ability to shift into a Titan. Telling Eren that the serum will cause him memory loss, Grisha gives him the key to the basement, saying that all of the answers can be found there, and that "their memories" will guide him.
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Ilse's Notebook: Record of a Fallen Soldier (イルゼの手帳 ―ある調査兵団員の手記― Iruze no Techō -Aru Chōsa Heidan'in no Shuki-?) is the 3.5th episode of the Attack on Titan anime, produced by Wit Studio and Production I.G.
In the year 850, the Scout Regiment soldiers head outside the walls for the 49th time. Squad leader Hange Zoë, however, is not satisfied with their plans this time and argues with Commander Erwin Smith about how important it is to resume Titan capture operations within the Scout Regiment for research purposes. In spite of Erwin's orders, she eventually heads into a forest to follow a Titan that exhibited strange behavior. The capture attempt, however, fails and the Titan is killed by Captain Levi.
Near the same location, Petra Rall finds the corpse of a soldier while Levi finds the soldier's notebook which serves as the diary of that soldiers time outside the wall on her own. After reading it, Hange learns that the soldier, Ilse Langnar, encountered a Titan who spoke to her. However, after an enraged Ilse continues questioning the Titan, it kills her, but surprisingly does not eat her body. Later, Hange writes a document of proposal to Erwin for the resuming of the Titan capturing operations. Eventually, much to her joy, Hange gets an approval and a few days later successfully captures some Titans, with no casualties.
Decades ago, Grisha and his sister Fay wandered outside of their internment zone unauthorized, and they were caught by soldiers of Marley. Grisha was punished, and Fay was guided home. However, she was found dead the next day. The military explained the situation to Grisha's parents, who submissively accepted the tragedy, while Grisha realized the fault of his actions. At the Marleyan military's orders, Grisha's father explained their history to Grisha, telling him of Ymir Fritz, the rise and fall of the nation of Eldia, and the Yeager family's place as Eldians forced to live in ghettos. Grisha realized that the Marleyans were lying about Fay's fate, but his father silenced him.
When Grisha was eighteen, he learned of his sister's fate and joined the Eldia Restorationists, who desired to retrieve the Progenitor Titan and restore their nation. Grisha met Dina Fritz at this time, and they married the following year and had a son named Zeke.
Several years later, the Marleyan government announced a program to train Titan warriors from Eldian children with the promise of liberating families who offer their children to the cause. Seeing the opportunity to reclaim the Progenitor Titan with their child's noble blood, Grisha sent Zeke into the warriors hoping to make him into a double agent. However, when Zeke turned seven, he handed his parents and the Eldia Restorationists over to the Marleyans, who sent them all to the island of Paradis to wander outside the walls as mindless Titans.
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