Shingeki No Kyojin Reveals Its New Founding Titan

The founding Titan has been in front of us all this time!

Shingeki no Kyojin is doing an amazing job with season four, and the fan community is tuning in every week to see what’s in store for them in the next chapter. In case you hadn’t already heard, the series will come to an end once the fourth season ends, which is the last, as the franchise previously informed us, and fans are getting closer to that closure. Not long ago, the anime impressed its audience by debuting a new threat, and now we have a clearer idea of ​​what our Founding Titan looks like.

If you’ve been following Shingeki No Kyojin Season 4 as closely as we have, then you’ve already learned that the Founding Titan was within our grasp all this time and we didn’t know it. The power was given to Eren by his father Grisha years ago. At episode number 80 we learned that the eldest of the Jaegers took power from the Reiss family in a bloody battleand this is how we found out who the power came from in the first place.

Right now, all attention is on Eren, since the soldier is the current user of the Founding Titan. We have not yet been able to see the monster in its entirety or its full powers, however this has been enough to realize that it is a monster. Eren’s new Titan form has a sallow face with sharp teeth. As for his body shape, the Founding Titan possesses a huge backbone, and his shadow towers high above the Colossal Titans that are close to him, making them look small indeed. It’s clear to us that the Founder Titan is a total beast, and he looks just as fearsome as Ymir was in his time.


After a whole string of surprises, we also saw Ymir in her titan form, and hers had the physique of a woman. Ymir’s titan had hair and a skeletal face without a nose. In this sense, the wrinkled skin gives the original Founding Titan an air of antiquity and wisdom, so it’s understandable why King Fritz was so in awe of his power and imposing presence.

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