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|The power of the Titans is absolute. That is how it must be...|
|— Magath worries for his country|
Magath is an older man with light eyes and a thin beard, mustache, and short thinning hair. He has visible wrinkles from age but has an overall healthy build and appearance. Like his fellow soldiers, he wears the standard Marleyan soldier uniform consisting of a light jacket and pants with a black clip at the collar, supply packs on the hip, suspender straps, a hard hat with a black stripe around it, and tall combat boots.
A typical Marleyan, Magath is a prejudiced military officer who values the life of the Marleyans above the Eldians. For him, the Eldian soldiers under his command are expendable pawns to complete an objective rather than humans. As a result, he is angered when Colt, an Eldian, questions his orders and he is willing to sacrifice 800 Eldian soldiers to destroy the anti-Titan artillery while keeping two Titan shifters and the warrior cadets, as potential shifters themselves, safe. However, compared to other Marleyans, he is quite tolerant of Eldians as he is willing to hear them speak and does not appear to beat them.
- Colt - Magath looks down on Colt for being an Eldian, as he does with all others of that nationality. However, he shows some value for him as a soldier, being concerned for his well-being when he rescued his brother Falco from enemy fire and listening to his ideas when he pitched them, even if he was going to deny them.
- There is an inconsistency in Chapter 91 in which Magath appears in several panels wearing the Eldian collar badge instead of the standard black clip.