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What Titan ate Eren's mom?


  1. What Titan ate Eren's mom?
  2. What episode does Eren's mom get eaten?
  3. Why was Eren's mom eaten?
  4. Why did the smiling Titan get eaten?

What Titan ate Eren's mom?

Clash of the Titans arc After closer inspection, and as the Titan gradually comes closer, they both realize it is Dina, the exact same Titan that devoured Eren's mother five years prior. Eren punches Dina's Pure Titan in a fit of rage As Dina approaches Eren and Mikasa, Hannes arrives to stop her.

What episode does Eren's mom get eaten?

Eren sacrificed his mother for a better future for the world. This is all revealed in Chapter 139 during Eren and Armin's final conversation. Eren reveals that he manipulated the Smiling Titan (Dina Yeager) to kill his own mother in order to save the life of Bertholdt.

Why was Eren's mom eaten?

Dina ate Eren's mom because she knew her husband was cheating on her with that woman and did it to get revenge.

Why did the smiling Titan get eaten?

The reason why it appeared was because of the plan of Erwin Smith to put the Titans against Reiner and Bertolt. In an attempt to eat everything in its path, the Smiling Titan killed and devoured Hannes when he was trying to save Eren and Mikasa from being eaten.



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