How Old Was Zeke When He Got The Beast Titan?

After rescuing the Founding Titan from the Eldians on Paradis Island, Zeke Yeager stepped down as captain of Marley’s Warrior Unit. He manipulated and deceived both sides of the war between Eldia and Marley to achieve his own agenda of causing the extinction of his own people, which he viewed as “salvation.”

He was the inheritor of the Beast Titan and was considered the strongest warrior by Reiner Braun, in contrast to Levi Ackerman’s title of “humanity’s strongest soldier.”

Zeke was the older half-brother of Eren Yeager and the son of Grisha Yeager and Dina Fritz; he was also a member of the royal line through his mother.

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Appearance

Human form

Zeke’s human form featured a broad, muscular build, grey eyes, shaggy platinum blond hair, and a mustache and beard to match. A lack of a shirt, baggy pants, combat boots, and round eyewear were all items of clothing he was photographed wearing. Zeke’s appearance changed drastically once he returned to Marley after the four-year time jump from Paradis Island. He shrank his beard and chopped his hair short so that it would no longer get in his eyes.

Titan form

Zeke’s ape-like features in his Titan phase made him a very unique specimen. He walked more like a human, though, with a more upright body than usual for a Titan. Unbelievably tall, he measured in at a towering 17 meters. His upper chest, shoulders, arms, legs, and crotch were all covered in dark fur; his beard extended down to his skull.

Aside from a shirt covering his stomach, his body was exposed. Unlike most Titans, he had elongated ears and rounded teeth. His upper torso had the same asymmetrical proportions of the Colossus Titan, with a massive chest that was larger than his head and abnormally skinny arms.

His arms were also unusually long, and his fingers and thumbs were exceptionally flexible, so he could pick up small items with ease. Given the darkness of his Titan’s eyes, it was often difficult to tell in which direction he was looking.

Personality

Zeke was a highly inquisitive and shrewd individual. He made an effort to speak with Mike Zacharias in order to learn more about the vertical maneuvering equipment and Mike’s language, despite the fact that Mike often exhibited a callous indifference to such inquiries.

As a leader, he acted as such by issuing directives and directing others, including Titans, in their actions. He told the Titan that was eating him to hold him instead of eating him while he was on the phone with Mike. He was not beyond resorting to physical force to get his way.

When the Titan that was eating Mike disobeyed him, he crushed its head, and when Reiner and Bertolt were more concerned with gaining the Founding Titan than saving Annie, he pummelled them. His ability to think tactically and prioritize mission objectives above sentimentality is on display in his decision to focus on capturing the Founding Titan rather than rescuing Annie and in his conclusion that she was not being tortured by her captors.

As far as I could tell, Zeke was a cold, merciless, and caustic person as well, without being overtly sadistic. He has slain human soldiers coldly and, when Mike had served his purpose, he let a gang of Titans consume him, seemingly unconcerned with the anguish Mike was about to experience. Instead, his thoughts wandered to the fact that they shared the same tongue.

In spite of his wild nature, Zeke had previously shown compassion for the Wall dwellers. He said it’s a tragedy that so many of them die trying to break out of the Walls when they can’t remember what the world was like before. Some of Zeke’s rage outbursts could be attributed to his condescending pity for Paradis. Combating these uncertainties required frequent reminders to himself to relax and find “enjoyment” in life, even in the midst of intense conflict.

Extremely pessimistic and fatalistic, Zeke saw no hope for the Indians future in human society (possibly as a result of his childhood and lack of attention from both of his parents). He said it was for the best that the Subjects of Ymir never came into being while he was an adolescent. By utilizing the Founding Titan’s powers to sterilize all Subjects of Ymir, he hoped to hasten their demise and release the earth from its fear of the Titans and the Eldians from their agony.

Zeke Yeager
Zeke Yeager

Twenty-plus years into his career as a Warrior (and later, captain), Zeke had earned a reputation for efficiency and brutality. He was very military in his treatment of the Warriors working for him, and he had no qualms about punishing them or leaving them if they failed. Zeke threatened to kill Reiner if the latter persisted in his disobedience; Bertolt, seeing the writing on the wall, abandoned his subordinate to his fate.

Outside of battle, Zeke presented a completely different persona, one with a much warmer, more friendly appearance and a type of quiet charisma, acting humble among his superiors and frequently cracking jokes. Furthermore, Zeke looked to get along well with the rest of the Warriors, however, Pieck would later remark on how dishonest and secretive Zeke was.

Since he views himself and his brother Eren as victims of their father, Eren appears to be the only person he ever actually cared about. Pieck would recall the one time Zeke made a commitment to “rescue” him and she knew he wasn’t lying. Zeke’s feelings for his half-brother Eren had grown to the point that he was delaying the Eldians’ sterilization in the hopes that his half-brother would finally agree with him.

After learning how Eren deceived their father using the Attack Titan’s future memory abilities and being disgusted by the way Eren convinced Grisha to kill the Reiss family, it looked that his brotherly love had faded and he had given up on trying to recruit Eren to his cause.

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