Why memory erasure doesn't effect the Ackermans, Asians and nobility groups in Attack on Titan

It's only a possibility, but one of the reasons could be due their ties to the past being older and strong enough to resist the alteration or removal of memories related to the past.

(It's similar to like, one's devotion or obsession to history; once you know what really happened in the past, it's difficult to forget, no matter how hard you try to forget.) --Aggression25 (talk) 17:59, May 25, 2015 (UTC)

Can the knowledge possessed by the wielder of the Coordinate power be transferred over to countless people by the wielder?

This is probably what has many people curious the most about this power. Can this knowledge be transferred to many people or must the wielder be bound with the knowledge of the past until their final days? --Aggression25 (talk) 23:34, June 16, 2015 (UTC)

The way I understood it was that the wielder would be bound by this knowledge until eaten by someone else. The way it was worded implied, in my mind, that to share their knowledge with others they needed to verbally say it. It doesn't appear that the wielder of the Coordinate has the ability to create memories. So for those born after the walls were created, likely everyone currently alive, they would need to be verbally told by the wielder. But I could be wrong, it has certainly happened before.*cough*Ackerman powers and they're all related in some way*cough* EternalLocket (talk) 00:52, June 17, 2015 (UTC)


This power is basically telepathy. As in the power to read, control and attack minds among SO MANY other things. 

And that's why it's the BEST, in my opinion! Imagine having the kind of telepathy to just instantly shut the "minds" (if they have them?) of Titans down, or to be able to use telepathic illusions or telepathic camouflage to hide humans away from Titans, mentally paralyzing them so that the humans would have an easier time slaughtering them, allowing other humans to mentally possess Titans to become pseudo Titan Shifters, or just use plain old mind control to take themselves out.

I love fictional portrayals (like Marvel and DC comics) that explore telepathic powers OTHER THAN the most basic abilities of mind reading and mental communication and actually consider them all under the same umbrella term ie. telepathy. 



Despite the fact that the Coordinate is something pretty much intangible, can it be categorized as an object? I wanna hear someone else's thoughts on this before giving the page an object infobox. --GodKingReiss (talk) 01:31, June 19, 2016 (UTC)

Is not an object, is a power or ability. I have no plans of making an infobox for it since this would be the only page using it, but you can use a general infobox. It has no documentation because is not yet finished, but just use it this way:
| Image   = 
| Caption = 
| <title> | <info>
| <title> | <info>
| <title> | <info>
You can add up to 20 rows with the titles and info that you want.--Manuel de la Fuente (talk) 01:41, June 19, 2016 (UTC)

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