Armin Arlelt is a Scout Regiment soldier. He is also a childhood friend of Eren Jaeger and Mikasa Ackermann, and one of the series' two deuteragonists. Although he looks to be the physically weakest member of the 104th Cadet Corps, his high intelligence and strategic genius make him an important asset, despite the fact that he does not feel himself to be one and has low self-esteem.
Armin is short for his age and has a petite frame, but years of military training have given him a slightly muscular shape. He has a rounded feminine face and blond hair trimmed in a bob style. He also features huge, expressive blue eyes, brown brows, and a slightly tilted, somewhat red nose.
Armin, in his Colossal Titan form, is completely skinless and exceedingly tall, similar to Bertholdt's Colossal Titan. His Titan has long, stocky arms that reach the knees, as well as exceptionally powerful legs with short, thick feet. Because of its size and height, his Titan's feet are fashioned so that it can stand without falling over. The upper torso of Armin's Titan is also quite slender, with a visible rib cage on the front and flanks. Its face is devoid of a nose and nearly all of its skin, which has been replaced by bare bone.
Armin's self-esteem remained poor throughout his training and for a short time after graduation. Armin regarded himself useless and a burden at the time due to his lack of physical strength and talent. Soon after graduation, however, he realized that his mind is an equally significant addition to the military and that he is not useless or a burden because he can utilize his brain to serve people.
As a result, Armin gradually acquires faith in himself and his talents. Nonetheless, he can be critical of himself at times. The fact that he is willing to give up his life to attain a goal demonstrates that he still does not regard his own life as highly as he should.
Armin is a man of great loyalty, bravery, and selflessness. He is continuously concerned about the safety of his buddies. Armin is always willing to put himself in risk to save others, even volunteering to sacrifice himself for Mikasa.
Armin was born in the Shiganshina District of Wall Maria. Armin was left to live with his grandfather after his parents died in an attempt to escape the Walls.
Armin sat bawling against a building one day following the latest in a series of bullying attacks. Eren Jaeger, another youngster, appeared around the corner with a sinister expression on his face. Eren asked Armin why he never fought back, claiming it was why they treated him so badly; he then inquired whether he wanted to be on the losing side forever. Armin then maintained that by not fleeing, he was not losing. Eren then inquired about his name, and the two struck up a friendship.
Armin and his pal Eren were both outsiders among the other kids in town. Armin came across a book written by his grandfather that described the outer world one day. Inspired by what he read, Armin showed the book to Eren.
Armin would frequently spend his time enthusing Eren about the outside world, which piqued Armin's interest. Reading his grandfather's book about salty oceans, deserts, and other strange places, Armin expressed a wish to visit these amazing places one day. However, Armin's curiosity about the outside world was met with abuse from local bullies who saw him as a heretic.
Despite the fact, that Armin was weak, what made him an important character?
Armin is rarely sent to the front lines due to his physical weakness, and he rarely employs his vertical equipment for direct combat. Instead, his biggest asset is his brains - inherent deduction and strategy formulation talents, whether in a war room or on the go.
But Armin has a sharp eye for detail, which makes him an exceptional field tactician and sets him apart from his fellow trainees. His techniques saved his fellow soldiers countless times, and he was instrumental in determining the names of all hostile Titan spies among the 104th Training.
Armin's intelligence was first impeded by a significant lack of confidence; but, after admitting and fostering this side of himself, Armin's potential as a strategist began to shine through, and even high-ranking commanders took his strategic thoughts seriously.
Did Armin Die In AOT?
In Attack on Titan, what happens to Armin? How does he fare in the manga? Attack on Titan's Armin has always been a beloved character. He is one of the few extremely accomplished strategists in the Attack on Titan series; he unquestionably possesses the intelligence and the ability to apply it.
Many characters have been saved by his methods on multiple occasions. It is therefore understandable why some started spreading rumors that he perished in the Attack on Titan, which angered supporters.
No, Armin has not yet died in the Attack on Titan anime, and he will not die in the upcoming seasons either.
He did, however, come dangerously near to passing away in the Attack on Titan Season 3 [Return to Shiganshina arc] climactic battle of Shiganshina.
In Attack on Titan Season 3, Armin tempts Bertolt's Colossal Titan to unleash all of its energy and launch a steam attack so that Eren can take advantage of the chance to transform into another Titan and perform the Titan maneuver to free Bertolt from the Colossal Titan's neck.
Following Eren's death, Armin was set free from his Colossal Titan form, all the Titan species were exterminated, and all of Ymir's subjects were transformed back into their human form.
After that, Armin rose to the position of world diplomat and worked to mediate the dispute between the Marlyeans and the Eldians.
Armin praised Eren for being his buddy and making the sacrifice that allowed all of the Titans to return to their human form, including Armin, at the conclusion of Attack on Titan, and found the tranquillity he had always desired.
Three years later, Armin led the Marley warriors and a fresh Survey corps on a new mission to advance harmony between the outside world and Paradise.
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