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Peer (ペール Pēru?) was a member of the Scout Regiment.

Appearance

Peer had wavy hair and the thin outline of a mustache. During missions, he wore the standard Scout Regiment uniform.

Personality

Peer appeared to be a very serious and dutiful individual. He seemed to be a trusted member of the Scout Regiment, and could often be seen personally escorting an assisting Erwin Smith. He also seemed to place a great emphasis on authority, growing angry if other soldiers questioned or objected to orders they were given.

Story

Ilse's Notebook: Record of a Fallen Soldier

Hange argues with Erwin

Hange argues with Erwin

Peer participates in the 49th Exterior Scouting Mission and is present when Section Commander Hange Zoë pleads with Commander Erwin Smith for permission to capture a Titan for testing.[2]

The 57th Exterior Scouting Mission arc

During the 57th Exterior Scouting Mission, Peer reports on the number of soldiers whose bodies were unable to be retrieved to Erwin. Erwin orders Peer to list them as missing in action, prompting an objection from Dieter and Jurgen, who want to recover their friend Ivan's body. Dieter accuses Erwin and Levi of lacking any human feelings and Peer grows angry at the insult, demanding that the two soldiers show respect to their superiors.

Shortly afterward, Peer rides on the back of the wagon carrying the soldiers' corpses en route to Calaneth District. He spots two Titans pursuing the wagon, and fires a smoke round to signal alert the Regiment to their approach. Under Levi's instruction, the corpses are dumped to reduce the weight of the wagon and subdue the approaching Titans.[3]

Clash of the Titans arc

Peer is among the Scout Regiment soldiers who participate in the mission to rescue Eren Jaeger from Bertholdt Hoover and Reiner Braun. When Titans are spotted during the mission, Peer reports the sighting to Erwin.[4]

After the Scouts recover Eren, they begin to retreat to Wall Rose but are soon stopped when Reiner begins using his Titan form to throw Titans into their escape path, blocking them. Erwin is knocked off his horse in the ensuing chaos, and Peer is devoured while trying to protect him.[1]

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