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Eren earned his place with the soldiers of the Survey Corps , proving just how much of a hero he could be. The whole time Eren was hiding on Marley, he was sending letters back to Paradis Island, asking his friends for help when the time came for his attack. As formidable as Eren's Founding Titan form was, he knew that he wouldn't be able to survive in Marley without help and a way to escape. His friends came running to the rescue like they always did, and many of them were killed. Eren knew exactly what he was asking his friends to do; walk into the capital city of the most powerful nation on Earth and pull him out — a move that would cost lives.
He was perfectly willing for his friends to sacrifice themselves in order for him to accomplish his mission. Once Eren learned how to control his Titan-shifting powers, he was able to make a huge difference in Paradis Island's battle against the Titans.
Every engagement that Eren found himself in had a higher rate of survival than ones without him for his fellow soldiers and he made a huge dent in the number of Titans that attacked the Survey Corps and the Walls. He proved most efficient against the Marleyan Shifter Titans Annie, Reiner, and Bertoldt, able to take the fight directly to them in ways that his fellows in their ODM gear couldn't and made a huge difference in every engagement against them.
Upon his return to Paradis Island after the attack on Marley, Eren was put in jail as the military brass tried to decide what to do about him and the collision course with the rest of the world he set the island on. Members of the Survey Corps, led by Floch Forster, leaked information about Eren's imprisonment to the public, causing the people to turn against the military and forming the Yeagerist faction. The Yeagerists would commit terrorist attacks against Military headquarters, resulting in the death of Darius Zackly, the General of all three branches, and join with Eren once he escaped captivity, plotting to enact Eren's plans and take over the military.
For years, the people of Paradis Island were led by a pretender to the throne, with the actual royal family, the Reiss family, acting as nobles but not as royalty. Historia, the illegitimate daughter of the true heir to the throne Rod Reiss, was a member of the Survey Corps. Eventually, her true identity was revealed, with Eren and the Survey Corps working to put her in her rightful place as queen.
With Eren and the Survey Corps' help, Historia would defeat the pretenders and ascend to the throne, ready to lead Paradis Island against a world that was arrayed against them. The Marleyans sent the Titans to Paradis Island to prevent the Rumbling — the awakening of the Colossal Titans that make up the Walls going forth and destroying everything in their path.
The irony is that no one knew how to trigger the Rumbling until the Marleyans came to the island and the people of the island discovered the secret of the Titans. Eren decided that the only way to protect his people and ensure their survival in a world that has tried to exterminate them is to unleash the Rumbling and commit genocide, which is pretty much the most villainous solution to the problem imaginable.
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Both of these actors found difficulties in employing different types of voices based on how Eren grows up across the narrative. In the live-action film adaptations, he is portrayed by Haruma Miura. Critical reception to Eren was polarized, finding him too antagonistic and harsh for his age. Positive comments focused on the character's ideals and newfound powers as a Titan as well as his character arc. Reception has become more positive in later arcs of the manga and anime as he becomes a more ambiguous rather than heroic character, evidenced in the Crunchyroll Anime Awards where Eren was nominated for "Best Protagonist" and "Best Antagonist" simultaneously, and went on to win in the latter category.
Nevertheless, the character has typically proven popular within the Attack on Titan fanbase. His voice actors were praised for their portrayals of the character. Author Hajime Isayama created Eren to be "an ordinary youngster who gets paralyzed with fear" when seeing a titan rather than a stereotypical hotheaded protagonist often seen in shonen manga. Isayama stated that Eren's wish to go outside the city's walls is similar to his own.
When he was a child: He lived in a rural Japanese town surrounded by mountains. One day, he wanted to go beyond the mountains, which reflected in the town surrounded by walls in the manga where Eren lived in the series' beginning. Isayama has stated he paid particular attention to Eren's eyes when designing him, in order to make him stand out from the rest of the cast.
He specifically chose to give Eren thin eyebrows instead of thick ones because he felt it would be "articial" to try to use thicker eyebrows to accent Eren's angry personality. Because Eren is an energetic character, Isayama chose to give him black hair so that it would be easier to draw speed lines around him when he is moving.
He had a meal with Isayama after he visited the recording studio and the manga artist told him he found Eren quite a difficult character but complimented Kaji by saying "You know Eren already", which gave him confidence. The staff and him did not want to change the way Kaji changed Eren's portrayal in the making of the second season. English voice actor Bryce Papenbrook got excited when he got the role of Eren as he was a fan of the show before it was announced that it would be dubbed into English.
As a result, he viewed this as an advantage as he managed to understand the character beforehand. Additionally, he saw himself prepared for the role's pressure due to his previous works in popular anime. He was excited because Eren was different from his previous characters despite sharing a similar age and vocal range, he commented "It's a very raw sound.
Some of the noises he pulled out of me were just disgusting. I loved it. I loved every second of it. Haruma Miura stated he was proud of portraying Eren in the live-action film, adding that he was surprised by being cast for the role. Due to the appeal of the series, Miura tried to stay true to Eren's characterization when working in the movie and hoped Asian viewers would enjoy his work.
Miura aimed to show Eren's naivety traits when working in the movie. Isayama describes Eren's personality as that of a child who uses rage as his motivation as a result of his weakness and failure to save his mother from the Titans. His retaliation against such pressures triggered all this fury, which led to a major introduction to the core of his traits.
Early in the series when Eren is revealed to be a Titan shifter, Isayama thinks he wrote him calmer than his original depiction. He did that in order to give fellow character Armin more determination as Eren relied on him order to clear him of the military's accusation that he was an enemy to mankind. Originally, Isayama was asked by his editor who Eren's rival in the manga was. While initially thinking about Annie, Isayama noted that there was no such rivalry between themselves and instead thought that Eren needed to overcome something to become stronger.
Despite initial issues in understanding Eren, Isayama noted that the character reminded him more and more of himself afterwards, though he still found Eren hard to write. Another major scene for Eren's arc involved how he realized his powers are not good due to how he was manipulated by his father Grisha and thought he should not live due to this guilt, especially when realizing he killed his own father as a child.
Isayama describes Eren's personality as an emotional complex; as his existing beliefs are gradually destroyed, Eren starts thinking about simply preserving himself as a new standard, and consequently acts on that way of thinking. By the manga's 22nd volume, Isayama drew an image of Eren looking at the sea, something that motivated him during his childhood.
However, Isayama stated that starting this moment, Eren and his friends began to mature and fill positions left behind by military superiors. Isayama said that viewing Eren as "dragged along by the story" had become the essence of his character, and that Mikasa and Armin had developed a habitual mindset of revolving around him and wishing to help him.
According to Isayama, at first their mindset was favoritism, comparing Eren's relationships with Mikasa and Armin to that of helping one's relatives or siblings who are encountering hardship, even if onlookers question it. He stated that despite their similar ages, Eren, Mikasa and Armin had different states of mind and that their growth might involve their possible separation.
Stating that he did not see Armin and Eren being best friends forever, he further explores that while Mikasa is happy to be with Eren, it is not fitting for his style. Having a mindset of rejecting "fate", Isayama often wrote ideas about how Eren would separate from Mikasa, but at the same time, did not think their separation was necessarily a good thing to portray.
Isayama noted Eren's characterization is different of what it was originally viewed by the fans; while originally wishing to see the sea as a dream shared with Armin, the truth was that Eren was never that interested in the sea itself. While Armin possessed a curiosity and dreamed of the natural world outside the walls, Eren instead held only indignation towards the lack of freedom that mankind had to seeing it, causing an inner part of him to wonder if he was empty-headed.
This resulted in gradual clarity to their diverging perspectives as Eren's grasp on the sea subsequently fades. Isayama further compared the trio of Eren, Mikasa and Armin to high school students who grow across childhood until graduating. He viewed the scene of the trio seeing the sea as an alternate ending to the manga. At climax of the series, Eren's character arc takes a significantly dark shift following the announcement of his plan to eliminate all life outside of his island.
When Eren reveals his motivations for committing mass murder was to make his friends heroes to Armin in the last chapter of the manga, the latter thanks Eren. In an interview regarding this scene, Isayama clarified that Armin was not condoning Eren's actions, but acknowledging that he was Eren's accomplice.
Recognizing that reception to the final manga arc and last chapter was mixed, Isayama admitted that Eren's motivations and the story themes he wished to portray during the arc ended up being difficult to depict and that he regrets being unable to fully express those themes in the manga. Eren Yeager is introduced as a ten-year-old residing in the town of Shiganshina who dreams of joining the Survey Corps in order to explore the outside world beyond the walls.
A year prior to the events of the story, accompanying his father Grisha to meet her parents, Eren saves Mikasa Ackerman from a group of kidnappers, which led to the development of his ideology at a young age. The Titan is later revealed to be his classmate Annie Leonhart, who is defeated by Eren but freezes herself. Soon after, Eren is sent with his friends to an isolated village while preparations are made for a campaign to retake Wall Maria.
Eren is then captured by Rod Reiss, who reveals the Founding Titan was originally in his family for years since their ancestor Karl Fritz created the walls, and that the Reiss family used it to rule until it was stolen by Grisha. They learn that humanity exists beyond the walls and that their true enemy is Marley, while they live on an island called Paradis Island, and are a race called Eldians specifically the "Subjects of Ymir" , descendants of the original titan shifter Ymir Fritz, and that in the past as her power split into the Nine Titans that would be passed down to her people it was used to conquer and subjugate many races and nations, including Marley, who overthrew Eldia and took control of Seven of the Nine Titans, before oppressing and demeaning Eldians left on the continental mainland and using them as holders of the Titan powers acquired to conquer and subjugate other nations as the Eldian Empire had once done.
Having his left leg amputated, Eren assumes the identity of "Mr. Eren attempts to reach Zeke to activate the Founding Titan's power, but is nearly killed by Gabi; Zeke saves his brother, turning out to be the one who has control of the Founding Titan's power, because as a member of the royal family that wasn't descended from the first King of the Walls, he wasn't brainwashed by the latter's will, and because Ymir Fritz, the source of the Founding Titan's power, was bound as a slave to her royal descendants.
Eren convinces Ymir to help him after giving her the choice to make her own decision. Revived, Eren frees the Titans within the Walls and declares his intent to exterminate all life outside Paradis in order to protect his people, becoming the world's enemy; the Titans destroy much of Marley before a team led by Armin kills Zeke, stopping the Rumbling, and severs Eren's connection to the source of the Titans  before Eren is mortally decapitated by Mikasa.
The founder Ymir then removes her powers and cuts ties with the world after Mikasa kills Eren. After Eren's death, Armin recovers his lost memories of a conversation where Eren reveals his true plan, which was to have his friends being celebrated as saviors for killing him.
As a result, all surviving Titans and Titan Shifters revert to human form permanently. Having destroyed most of the world's population and assets, he helped to prevent any major attempt of retaliation against Paradis or the Eldian race.
His head is buried under a tree in a place only known by Mikasa and Armin. In the parody manga Attack on Titan: Junior High , Eren is presented as a junior high school student who is obsessed with the Titans. He also appears in the mobile game Granblue Fantasy. Eren also makes an appearance in the parody spin-off manga Spoof on Titan. Following the manga's ending, the newspaper Asahi Shimbun put a fake advertisement of Eren's character becoming part of a manga from the isekai genre.
Critical reception to Eren's character has been varied. Jacob Hope Chapman of Anime News Network referred to Eren as "almost deliberately not a 'likable' protagonist, even by year-old boy standards" due to reasons of being violent, impulsive, and not especially smart or strong. However, he liked that he inspires people by believing in his feelings, hopes, and dreams, making him the "heart of humanity".
As a result, Iikura said Eren was more appealing due to his emotions rather than the powers he reveals across the series to fight. TOKYO praised Eren's interactions with Reiner and Bertolt due to the two latter characters opening themselves to Eren as enemy Titans but the three remains as calm until their eventual fight.
Kyle Charizanis of The Fandom Post found the anime portrayal of Eren's transformation to be amusing, starting from his "almost pitiful" look while declaring how he's going to kill all of the Titans. There is something visceral and real about Eren drawing blood from his own hand, and boy, it gave me the chills," and later praised his thoughts when fighting the Female Titan due to the portrayal of Eren's humanity despite being a Titan.
Other writers were more critical on the character. IGN found Eren started to have a notable character arc in the anime's third season as he learns from his past thoughts, but found it painful in comparison to other characters due to how harsh Eren is with himself. In the Newtype anime awards for , Eren was voted as eighth best male character. However, his Japanese voice actor ranked first among all voice actors, with Eren as his primary credit for that period.
Eren is featured in a variety of merchandise. These figures exist via a variety of figurine and merchandise companies.
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