A while later, on the school's rooftop, Reiner says he is glad Bertholdt was able to invite Annie, despite a bunch of unwanted people going with them.
Despite his unrivalled mastery over the Colossal Titan, it has been remarked by his former comrades in the Survey Corps that Armin's Colossal is superior to his.
The kind of defense he muster to explain himself is truistic, yet with a total absence of context it is cryptic and morally ambiguous.
Reiner spend so my time inside Paradis, that he forgot who he originally was, and what he was supposed to do.
It appears suddenly and without warning in a flash of lightning, and disappears in a similar manner in large clouds of steam, which constantly pours from most parts of its body.
He waits in the trees with his comrades so that they may stop any Titan from entering the forest where their superiors are.
Bertholdt's odd sleeping position A few years back, a young Bertholdt, Annie, and Reiner are at a summer festival and Bertholdt shows his skill in die-cutting.
On the first day of training, Bertholdt is one of the few students who the commandant does not attempt to haze, as he is able to tell that Bertholdt has already been through a rite of passage.