Attack on Titan #1599304

Entry by dude on Mon Sep 23 20:09:51 2013.

Tags: Anime, Stu Dts, Attack on Titan, Annie Leonhardt, Christa Renz, Fanart From Pixiv, Pixiv, Fanart

Stu Dts, Attack on Titan, Annie Leonhardt, Christa Renz, Fanart From Pixiv, Pixiv, Fanart

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  • Intan

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    Sep 25, 2013

    I can understand why an author of this image gave wings to Christa - but why he/she did the same thing with Annie?...

  • Fare

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    Sep 25, 2013

    Because why not?

  • Trickster of Thieves

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    Sep 30, 2013

    Annie isn't evil.

  • chiakithedokidropper

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    Sep 30, 2013

    Very pretty artwork!

  • Fare

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    Sep 30, 2013

    @Trickster: Exactly. She isn't. >:

  • Trickster of Thieves

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    Sep 30, 2013

    She's just a very heartbreaking character because she was alone from the beginning and she cried..and..and..Annie is just so beautiful it makes it cry. Q~Q

  • Grimmjow Jeagerjaquez

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    Oct 02, 2013

    Annie is an angel.

  • Fare

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    Oct 02, 2013

    @Grimm, let me love you.

  • ShinigamiRukia

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    Oct 04, 2013

    People should stop vilifying Annie and casting her as someone she completely isnt. She is not sadistic. She does not take pleasure in killing and definitely does not hate humanity. Judging her solely on her actions, its clear as day she never intended to kill for fun but only in self defence when she had no choice.
    For me, she is a complex character who i hope will get further developement. :<
    anyway beautiful image <3

  • dude

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    Oct 04, 2013

    ^I disagree. She may have been forced to become like this by her father, she may have been feeling awful about all she did, it doesn't make her innocent. She didn't kill only for self defense unfortunately, remember the guy she made a yoyo with, that was unnecessary violent, she could have easily killed him right there, instead, she played with the poor guy until he died a terrible death.
    I like her, she has a goal that we don't know yet, but that doesn't justify her crimes. Too much innocent deaths (countless soldiers and citizens) have occured because of people like her, and whatever goals they have, they must pay for them.

  • ShinigamiRukia

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    Oct 04, 2013

    ^ No. I'm not saying lets forgive Annie and forget all the deaths (what happened was wrong), what im saying is people need to stop projecting her as a sadistic killer when she isnt. The guy you are talking about died within 5 seconds; if she truly derived pleasure from killing, there are many ways she could have prolonged his death.
    She never tried to kill anyone that did not attack her first by attacking at the nape of her neck and slowing her down. What was she supposed to do? Let the survey corps keep hacking her down? She had a clear purpose to capture Eren and only acted against those who hindered her pursuit.
    The anime downplays the scene in Episode 25 when in the starting Eren knocks her into a church and she is only mildly surprised to see the deaths. In the manga, her look is one of pure distraught and horror as if she cannot believe she is responsible for those deaths. That should tell you all you need to know about Annie's character.
    Her entire intention was to escape. All the devastation and death wasnt caused by her, but by Eren trying to fight her. He shows complete disregard for civilian life by knocking Annie through buildings, which were probably filled with civilians and smashing through some himself just to reach her. Now, im not saying that he should've just let her go and he was definitely not in control of his titan form, but the point is Annie showed more concern for civilian life than the main protagonist of the manga.

    And i agree with you when you say that her intentions are unclear and she has a goal which we dont know yet, and that is exactly why i wont judge her until she gets further developement.

  • dude

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    Oct 04, 2013

    ^ She's certainly not sadistic, I completely agree with you here.

  • Eli-san

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    Oct 04, 2013

    I love Annie so much, it makes me kinda annoyed when people think she is heartless or a killer because she isn't
    And I love everyone here that says she isn't evil! There is a story behind this and I had love to know what it is! >w<

    But let's just enjoy this pretty picture! :D

  • Grimmjow Jeagerjaquez

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    Oct 05, 2013

    ^ yeah we should enjoy the picture xP

  • Intan

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    Oct 10, 2013

    Annie isn't evil... nor angelic. And that's why I asked about her wings which are something appropriate for Christa. .w.

  • hornsofhattin

    Oct 24, 2013

    I think as far as people are concerned, she killed Petra; therefore, she is evil. I can't blame them really. Personally, I don't know what the deal is with her yet, but I doubt I'll buy it. Still she looks great and happy with wings here.

  • Fare

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    Oct 24, 2013

    ^SHE KILLED PETRA SO SHE'S EVIL.
    I see. XDDD

  • jv5t4_t3st

    Oct 27, 2013

    Who cares about Annie having a pair of wings? It's up to the artist whether s/he wants to draw it or not.

  • Eli-san

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    Oct 27, 2013

    ^ Exactly but for these who still dont want to understand....

    Do you know why she have wings? I will tell you why.... BECAUSE GOD KNOWS THAT SHE STILL HAS A HEART.
    Humans makes mistakes even if they are very horrible but they can be forgiven and so that is the case of Annie!

    Discussion ended. -_-

  • Fare

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    Oct 27, 2013

    @Eli-san - <3 You're so right.

  • Intan

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    Nov 03, 2013

    Ok, so let's give the wings to anybody who HAS a heart! ^u^ Imho... that's stupid. Angelic wings are a symbol of the extraordinary kindness (case of Christa) and not the fact that you're still a human-being, like Annie. -.- This is how I see it and why I was asking about that.

  • 0osalmo0

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    Nov 22, 2013

    hmm..

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