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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 Sina, which graced them with a century of peace. However, one day a Colossal 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 Jaeger, 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 determined to exact his revenge.
Attack on Titan: Lost Girls (進撃の巨人 ＬＯＳＴ ＧＩＲＬＳShingeki no Kyojin: Lost Girls?) is a novel and compilation of three stories written by Hiroshi Seko, a scriptwriter for the Attack on Titan anime. The first two stories, "Lost in the Cruel World" and "Wall Sina, Goodbye" are based on the visual novels of the same names, released on the Blu-ray copies of the anime. A third story, "Lost Girls", was a new release.
LOST GIRLS tells of the times and spaces in between the plot points, through the eyes and ears of the saga's toughest - but more taciturn - heroines. What they thought, and felt, and did on and off stage come to the fore via a medium distinctly suited to conveying interiority: language. The two novella-length offerings were originally included as bonus features in the initial Japanese Blu-ray released, while the introduction and the titular story are unique to the book. A manga rendering of this official spinoff is slated to appear stateside from Kodansha Comics.
Falco is not made to be a man of war, and does not excel in the battlefield or at asserting himself. He finds himself wounded and delirious under enemy fire, only to be saved by his brother, and struggles to voice his concerns for his friend Gabi when she proposes a solo attack plan. However, Falco is not a coward. When Gabi is under fire he leaps from their hiding place to rush to her aide and protect her. While he is not an excelling soldier, he posses some margin of skill to have survived for 4 years in the Marley Mid-East War.
The Scouts later conclude that the Titans which invaded Wall Rose were in fact the human citizens of Ragako. As Eren devotes himself to discovering how to use his newfound power, a recovering Erwin concludes that the truths of the world will soon be known.
Following a military meeting one month after the war, the Warriors watch the cadets finish a training run, after which Falco admits to Gabi that he has been trying to outrank her for her sake. The cadets later visit the site of Willy Tybur's upcoming stage in Liberio, and nearby Tybur converses with Magath concerning the fate of Marley. In a nearby hospital, Kruger meets Grisha'sfather.
On the eve of the Liberio festival, Willy announces that he will reveal his plan to solve the Titan problem tomorrow night. The cadets enjoy the festival the next day, and before Willy's announcement Falco leads Reiner aside to meet Kruger. Reiner recognizes Kruger as Eren Yeager in disguise, who is glad to see Reiner has made it home.