• Attack on Titan: INSIDE Kou • Attack on Titan: OUTSIDE Osamu • Attack on Titan Guidebook • Attack on Titan: The Anime Guide • The Science of Attack on Titan • Attack on Titan ANSWERS • Attack on Titan Character Encyclopedia • Attack on Titan Story Guide • Attack on Titan Character Encyclopedia FINAL • TV Series • Attack on Titan: INSIDE Kou • Attack on Titan: OUTSIDE Osamu • Attack mikasa Titan Guidebook • Attack on Titan: The Anime Guide • The Science of Attack on Titan • Attack on Titan ANSWERS • Attack on Titan Character Encyclopedia • Attack on Titan Story Guide mikasa Attack on Titan Character Encyclopedia FINAL • TV Series Yui Ishikawa This is a cruel world.

And yet.so beautiful. — Mikasa's personal outlook on the world [11] Mikasa Ackerman ( ミカサ・アッカーマン Mikasa Akkāman ?) is one of the two deuteragonists of the series, along with Armin Arlert. After her parents were murdered by human traffickers, Mikasa was rescued by Eren Yeager and lived with him and his parents, Grisha and Carla, before the fall of Wall Maria.

She is the last descendant of the Shogun clan that stayed on Paradis Island, thereby related to the Azumabito family, and holds significant political power in Hizuru. [12] Though she desires only to live a peaceful life, Mikasa entered into the mikasa she is considered the best soldier among the 104th Training Mikasa.

She later enlists in the Survey Corps to follow and protect Eren, becoming one of its greatest assets. She is currently serving as an officer ( 上官 Jōkan ?) in the Corps. Contents • 1 Appearance • 2 Personality • 3 History • 4 Story • 4.1 Prologue arc • 4.2 104th Training Corps arc • 4.3 Captain Levi • 4.4 Battle of Trost District arc • 4.5 The Female Titan arc • 4.6 Clash of the Titans arc • 4.7 Royal Government arc • 4.8 Return to Shiganshina arc • 4.9 Marley mikasa • 4.10 War for Paradis arc • 5 Abilities • 5.1 Vertical Maneuvering Equipment • 5.2 Usage of Thunder Spears • 5.3 Strength • 5.4 Awakened power • 6 Relationships • 7 People killed • 7.1 Failed attempts • 8 Trivia • 9 References • 10 Navigation Appearance Mikasa is a fairly tall and well-toned woman.

She is of partial Asian heritage, with pale skin, gray eyes, and shaggy black hair that was long until she cut it to chin-length. By the year 854, her hair is shorter and cut up to the back of her neck, though she simultaneously wears noticeably longer bangs.

Mikasa bears mikasa tattoo of the Azumabito family crest on the outside of her right wrist. There is a small scar below her right eye, which was due to an injury delivered by Eren's Titan during the Battle of Trost District.

[13] By 857, Mikasa's hair grew noticeably long and is tied in a ponytail. [14] Mikasa often wears the original Survey Corps uniform, whose equipment is horizontally at her hips, with a white blouse underneath and a black scarf that she almost always wears. [15] She also wears a green cape with the wings of freedom on the back during some missions.

When off duty, Mikasa's casual attire consists of a simple knee-length white dress, a light cardigan, brown boots, and her signature black scarf. While in Marley, Mikasa wears a black Survey Corps uniform, which features a breastplate with the Survey Corps mikasa many belts to accommodate all the different gear; support rods around her mikasa for the gas canister; and tall black boots. She also carries guns, thunder spears, an additional gas tank, and canisters running vertically down her legs.

[16] Personality Before living with the Yeager family, Mikasa appeared to be a cheerful, outgoing, and gentle child. Her innocence allowed her to push anxious thoughts to the back of her mind, continuing to live with her parents and loved ones happily.

Growing up, Mikasa has become emotionally withdrawn and noticeably dangerous, sometimes intimidating her enemies or even her comrades. She is quite stoic and level headed, rarely seen to lose her cool or be at a loss of what to do, no matter how bleak the situation seems to be. Her will is remarkably strong, demonstrated when she managed to remain so outwardly calm when Eren was presumed dead; only Armin could tell that she was battling with the pain of losing him. [17] Mikasa cares deeply for her mikasa and caretakers, seeing them as the last remnants of a family she cannot afford to lose.

[18] She also mikasa to have a soft spot for children, evidenced by her bowing to a young girl she saved and her instantly saving a Marleyan soldier, despite the latter having earlier killed one of her comrades. Mikasa is not completely immune to the effects of her emotions, however: Her strong feelings for her beloved ones, particularly when they are in harm's way, does at times cloud her judgment in fury—sometimes to the endangerment of herself and others. [19] A notable example was when Mikasa briefly gave in to her grief over Eren's apparent demise and lost the will to live, forgetting her responsibility for the lives of the soldiers she took upon herself to lead in the process.

However, she was reawakened by her memories of Eren and a made decision to never give up again, as her memories would die with her. Mikasa's protective attitude towards Eren From an early age, Mikasa was unusually perceptive, aware of the harshness of nature by witnessing the manner in which predators hunt and kill weaker prey.

Her peace was shattered when a band of criminals brutally murdered her parents before her eyes in a failed kidnapping attempt, only saving herself and her rescuer when she managed to abandon all inhibition and hesitation to kill one of her assailants. [20] Following this traumatic event, Mikasa would gain a generally cynical outlook on life and accept the world as a cruel place where only those who are strong are able to survive.

[21] Her determination to mikasa her beloved ones as much as possible has contributed greatly to her phenomenal skills as a soldier. Though being among mikasa best mikasa the best, she remains humble and refrains from putting on airs or displaying arrogance. Mikasa has a strong sense of right and wrong, doing everything she can to make her most impulsive friends follow what she thinks is the right track.

mikasa In spite of this, she is well aware that she cannot always sway them in decisions and makes it a point mikasa follow them wherever they go, just so that she can be around to help out when trouble arises. [23] The sole reason she enlisted in the military and joined the Survey Corps after her graduation was to keep an eye on Eren, despite the fact that she truly wished to live out the rest of her days in relative peace within mikasa Walls alongside him.

Mikasa's bond with Eren is undoubtedly her most important relationship and the one that defines her. Her personality as a teenager was very much influenced by Eren, who told her she stood no chance of survival if she did not fight for it.

[24] His words continued to stay with her, and she automatically recalled them to spur her on when she was close to death. Mikasa wears the black scarf Eren gave her when they first met, holding on to it as a source of strength and comfort when she is upset. [25] She had openly wept tears of relief at mikasa safety and developed vengeful grudges towards those who harm him, from enemies to her own superiors. She blushed when it was insinuated she and Eren were lovers; [26] furthermore, after he insulted her and stated that he had always hated her, she was visibly hurt and eventually left behind the scarf he had given her.

[27] While she would regain the scarf from Louise, [28] Mikasa would not wear it again until moments before confronting Eren following his initiation of the Rumbling.

[29] Mikasa's sacrifice of a life with her beloved Eren and mikasa to defy and kill him is ultimately the reason Ymir Fritz was freed and the Titans vanishing from the world. [30] Mikasa grieves for Eren as she visits his grave, [14] and would continue to regularly visit it with her new family for several decades until passing away of old age while wearing the scarf.

[31] History Mikasa was born to an Asian mother, and her father mikasa a member of the Ackerman clan. [32] She lived peacefully with her parents in the farmlands of Wall Maria, helping them since a young age. Mikasa underwent a painful scarring ritual from her mother, who cut into her skin the mark of their family. [33] Eren gave Mikasa his scarf Being the last of their race made her mother and Mikasa high value targets to robbers. When she was only 9 years old, a group of traffickers killed her parents and attempted to kidnap her for the purpose of selling her in the mikasa market of the Capital's Underground.

[32] Frightened and shocked, Mikasa was rescued by Eren Yeager, the son of her family's doctor. He tricked and killed two of the kidnappers, but he was overwhelmed by the third trafficker and on the verge of being strangled. Eren desperately urged Mikasa to fight to win, who came to realize that the world can be callous and merciless before dispatching the robber from behind, who was mikasa to kill him.

When Grisha Yeager arrived with members of the Military Police Brigade, Mikasa was given the scarf by Eren and accepted into his family.

This event awakened the fighting instincts and perfect self-control that runs in the Ackerman clan. [34] Mikasa then went to live with Eren's family until the Fall of Wall Maria. [35] Story Prologue arc Mikasa wakes Eren up Mikasa appears for the first time in year mikasa somewhere inside Wall Maria. She is seen waking Eren up, telling him that they need mikasa return to home.

She is surprised to see tears in his eyes and asks why he was crying. [36] On their way home, they meet Hannes. Mikasa watches as Eren complains about the soldiers slacking off while on duty. [37] Later, both Eren and Mikasa watch the return of the Survey Corps forces, witnessing yet another failure of their expedition. [38] After returning home, Mikasa tells on Eren, revealing to his parents his desire to join the Survey Corps.

Annoyed, Eren leaves, with Mikasa following him. They save Armin, who is mikasa beaten by local bullies and together discuss their desire to go outside the Walls. mikasa Mikasa, Eren and Armin see the Colossus Titan At that moment, the three kids witness the sudden appearance of an mikasa tall Titan peering over the top of Wall Maria.

The three mikasa stunned to see one that large, only coming back to their senses when the Titan breaches the Wall's gate. [40] [41] Mikasa and Eren mikasa back to their home to find it crushed and Carla trapped under the debris. [42] In spite of their attempts, Mikasa and Eren are unable to free her, Hannes rescues them as a Titan devours Eren's mother.

[43] Mikasa and Eren are placed on a mikasa just as the Armored Titan breaks through the inner gate, letting the Titans inside Wall Maria. She witnesses Eren's vow to kill all the Titans as they are transported to safety. [44] 104th Training Corps arc After the events of the Wall Maria's destruction, the government's desperate attempt to reclaim the lands using the refugees leads to nothing but more casualties.

This prompts Mikasa, Mikasa, and Armin to mikasa with the army and become members of the 104th Training Corps. [45] During their training, Mikasa helps Eren as much as she can as he initially fails to grasp the basics of the vertical maneuvering equipment.

[46] They manage to pass the qualifying tests, Mikasa quickly proving her skills and is praised as one of mikasa best trainees in military history. [47] At one point, Mikasa asks Annie Leonhart, a fellow trainee with exceptional skill, to teach her a self-defense technique that she was teaching Eren, which eventually calls for a bet with the 104th Training Corps to see who is the stronger fighter. [48] At the 104th Training Corps' graduation, she is ranked first in the class.

[3] Captain Levi As the Survey Corps parade through the street on its way to the gates, Mikasa, Eren and Armin stare at Captain Levi in amazement. [49] Battle of Trost District arc Before having the mikasa to fully apply in the Survey Corps so she can keep Eren safe, the Colossus Titan breaches Wall Rose the same way it did with Wall Maria.

[50] Much to her dismay, Mikasa is assigned to the rear guard to help fend off the Titans while the civilians escape into the safety of Wall Sheena. [51] Before fulfilling her duty, she makes Eren promise mikasa not to do anything reckless.

[52] Mikasa kills the abnormal Titan Later on, as an abnormal Titan approaches the escaping civilians mikasa are blocked at the gate. Mikasa kills it, saving everyone.

[53] Mikasa then witnesses why the civilians are taking too long to escape; an overloaded cargo cart is blocking the way. Mikasa asks the businessman to move the cart so that the people could escape, but when he refuses, she has to resort threatening him after knocking his guards unconscious, which scares the man enough to relent and move his goods.

mikasa Seeing a mother and daughter show their gratitude for saving them, Mikasa flashes back to the time she lost her own parents and realizes that Eren is the only family she has left. [55] With the evacuation of Trost District citizens complete, she heads to the front guard in order to aid her comrades. [56] Mikasa finds that, because the supply team has barricaded itself inside the military headquarters, the surviving trainees no longer have enough gas to retreat.

[57] Noticing that Eren is not present, Mikasa confronts Armin and learns that Eren was devoured by a Titan. Despite his clear regret, Mikasa calmly comforts Armin and explains that they must not get emotional in their present predicament.

Mikasa rallies the remaining trainees and leads them in a last ditch effort to reach the headquarters. [58] Because of her grief over Eren's death, Mikasa rushes ahead of her comrades and quickly expends all of her gas, stranding herself in the middle of Trost. [17] As two Titans close in on her, she contemplates giving up but is motivated to keep fighting by memories of Eren. [59] When Mikasa stands up to kill the Titan in front mikasa her, another Titan comes running from behind and saves her.

[60] This Titan, which ignores Mikasa, gives Armin enough time to rescue Mikasa and they both continue heading to the supply HQ. [61] As they watch the Attack Titan continue killing other Titans, they hatch a plan to lure it to the HQ and relieve the siege there. [62] With its help, the trainees manage to successfully refill their gas tanks and have clear access to the Wall.

[63] Mikasa protecting Eren and Armin However, as they watch the Attack Titan dispose of the last Titans surrounding them, Eren appears out the nape of its neck. [64] Overcome with relief that Eren is alive, Mikasa quickly rescues and embraces him, everyone leaving for the Wall.

[65] However, Jean, along with Annie, Reiner, and Bertolt are ordered to hand Eren over to superior officers under the command of Kitz Weilman and to treat the incident as something confidential. [66] Their refusal to do so causes Mikasa and her friends to be accused of treason and find themselves surrounded by Captain Weilman's men, who are prompt to execute them.

[67] Mikasa attempts to defend Eren by drawing her blades and threatening to kill anyone who would try to harm Eren, [68] but witnessing Eren's Titan form fighting in Trost District, Weilman does not hesitate and orders a cannon to fire at them in spite of the latter's claim that he is a human. [69] Eren uses his power to block the mikasa and tries to think of a plan of escape. He proposes that they either try to flee over the Walls and escape into the Titan territory or have Armin attempt to persuade the soldiers to spare them, leaving him to choose.

[70] [71] Armin tries his best to convince mikasa soldiers that Eren's Titan abilities could help to save humanity, but realizes the commander is far too scared to think rationally. Before the order can be given to fire upon them once more, they are saved when Commander Dot Pixis, head administrator of the southern region, intervenes. [72] They are sent on a mission to plug the breach in the Wall with a rock that only Eren in Titan form can lift.

[73] As the mission commences and Eren goes into Titan form, he loses control and attacks Mikasa before eventually knocking himself out. [74] [75] The elite team, led by Ian Dietrich, Rico Brzenska and Mitabi Jarnach, designated to defend Eren as he carries the mikasa quarrel among themselves about what to do next. [76] Mikasa is on the verge of attacking them until Ian orders everyone to continue protecting Eren until he recovers. [77] Thanks mikasa Armin's intervention, Eren eventually regains his senses and successfully places the rock down, albeit with many casualties.

At that moment, they are saved by Levi as he kills the Titans approaching them. [78] The Female Titan arc Mikasa the battle of Trost District is over, Eren is brought before a military tribunal to decide his future.

[79] Despite Mikasa's best efforts to defend him, she is forced to testify against Eren as his reckless actions have frightened many people in the courtroom.

[80] She is also forced to watch helplessly as Eren is assaulted and humiliated by Levi. Mikasa's reaction to Eren getting beaten Some time later, Mikasa and everyone else have their vertical maneuvering equipment mikasa in order to find out the culprit who killed the two captured Titans.

[81] Later on, Commander Erwin Smith comes to recruit mikasa members for the Survey Corps which is scheduling an expedition within a few months. [82] Many leave except for Mikasa, Reiner, Armin, Sasha, Krista, Ymir, Connie, Jean, Bertolt and a few others. [83] Mikasa among the new Survey Corps members Mikasa is then seen to be a part of mikasa 57th expedition.

[84] Shortly after leaving for Wall Maria, the Female Titan appears and defeats numerous Survey Corps members. The formation eventually reaches the Titan Forest, with Mikasa being stationed at its outskirts, making sure that no Titans enter the forest. [85] As the Corps is preparing to return to Wall Rose, Mikasa hears the roar of Eren's Titan and abandons her post to go and help him. [86] Mikasa finds Eren just in time to see the Female Titan defeat and devour him.

[87] After overcoming her initial shock, Mikasa begins an enraged assault on the Female Titan, cutting it up to try to rescue Eren. [88] [89] Her attacks prove to be ineffectual against the Titan until mikasa is joined by Levi.

Mikasa insists that Eren is still alive and Levi agrees to help rescue him. With Levi coordinating their attacks, they quickly overwhelm the Titan but Mikasa becomes reckless and attempts to kill mikasa Titan against Levi's orders.

Levi is wounded saving her from the Titan, but manages to cut open its jaw in the process. Mikasa retrieves Eren from the Titan's mouth and the group retreats. [90] Mikasa ready to battle Annie Following the Survey Corps's failure, Armin manages to mikasa Annie to help them out until they can gather evidence to prove to the King that the Walls need to be protected better.

[91] During that time, Mikasa takes a notice of the lack of diligence and honor in the Military Police. [92] She mikasa for battle when she gets fed up with Annie's games and excuses. She takes off her disguise and draws out her sword to fight her, promising to "cut up the Female Titan one more time." [93] When Eren is unable to initially transform and shows some hesitancy in fighting Annie, Mikasa berates him and decides to go with Armin to distract Annie until Eren is able to transform.

[94] Eventually Eren arrives and starts to fight Annie, but it is made apparent that he is not powerful enough to defeat Annie by himself. Being the strongest and most powerful soldier herself, she decides to take the fight to her. mikasa Despite being ordered to pull away by Hange Zoë, Mikasa manages to make it to Annie as she attempted to climb over Wall Sheena to escape to the flat lands.

Since Annie had already climbed more than halfway towards the top of the Wall, Eren throws Mikasa upwards so she can catch up with the Female Titan, and cut off all her fingers. She then proceeds to push Annie off to fall to the ground. [96] Annie is therefore captured, but encases herself in a crystal to avoid interrogation.

[97] However, it was far from over as Mikasa has just taken noticed of a Titan inside the Wall. [98] As both the Survey Corps and Military Police take an encased Annie underground to detain her, Mikasa realizes the Titan hiding in Wall Sheena is alive, but is too weak to move due to a lack of sunlight.

[99] Mikasa remains at Eren's bedside as Armin and Jean head down to a meeting involving Erwin and the Military Police. [100] Clash of the Titans arc Mikasa cuts Reiner Following the supposed breach of Wall Rose, Mikasa, Eren and the other members of the Survey Corps come to rescue Reiner and the others from the other Titans.

She is among the others who learn of Krista's real name being Historia. [101] After they reach the top of the Wall, Mikasa is outraged when she overhears Reiner confessing that he and Bertolt were the Titans responsible for the attack on Wall Maria and wanted Eren to join them. She takes mikasa by surprise, attacking them with her swords and tells Eren to run. However, she fails to kill them as Reiner stops her from doing so, transforming afterward and attempting to kidnap Eren.

[102] While Eren transforms, and engages in battle with Reiner, Mikasa faces her own troubles and regrets for not cutting off both his and Bertolt's heads when she had the chance. [103] During the fight with Reiner, she sees Eren in trouble and tries to fight mikasa off. However due to the thickness mikasa the armor, Mikasa has a hard time slicing the nape of Reiner's neck. [104] Eventually, Armin sees a weak link in Reiner's line of defense in which his armor is breaking and gives Mikasa extra blades to replace her own.

Taking advantage of the information, she cuts him at the back of the knee caps. However, Bertolt manages to save Reiner thanks to his abilities of the Colossus Titan, knocking out most of the soldiers in the process. [105] Later, Mikasa along with Hange and others from the Survey Corps are injured from the heat blast from Bertolt's Titan form. While Armin helps them recover, he gives Mikasa the news that she was dreading to hear: Eren along with Ymir was kidnapped by both Reiner and Bertolt.

[106] Taking the scarf that he gave her, Mikasa covers her face with it and asks why Eren always runs off on them like that. She feels like she has failed in keeping her promise to Eren's mother to always protect him and weeps.

[107] As Armin tries to mikasa her, Hannes arrives to give out rations to the Legion. It was him who reminds her that despite him running off the way he does and often losing fights, he never gives up on them. Even though the odds are stacked against him and he is unwilling to admit it, Hannes always knew that Eren relied on both Mikasa and Armin when he needed them. His words and his assistance reinvigorated them and are more determined to rescue Eren. Mikasa lowers her scarf and begins eating.

[108] She joins the joint military operation to rescue Eren and heads to the forest of giant trees where they hope mikasa find Reiner, Bertolt, and their captives. Once they arrive she joins Hannes and a number of her fellow soldiers in searching the inside of the forest where they encounter Ymir in her Titan form. Ymir kidnaps Historia and flees while Mikasa and the others chase after her.

At the forest's edge, Reiner transforms into the Armored Titan. Ymir jumps on his back and Bertolt, carrying an unconscious Eren, rides on his shoulder. [109] Mikasa strikes Ymir The soldiers follow the group on horseback and try to free Eren from Bertholdt, but Ymir interferes mikasa their attempts.

Realizing that armor was protecting Reiner's joints this time, she instead targets Ymir and slashes into her face. [110] Historia jumps in the way, saying that Ymir does not have a choice but to help Reiner and Bertolt. Fearing that Ymir will be killed, Historia convinces her to back down, leaving the rest of the 104th free to try talking Bertolt into letting Eren go, though Mikasa is considerably less forgiving than the others. [111] Jean and Connie try to speak to Bertolt and coax him into surrendering, but Mikasa coldly states that their reasons do not matter.

[112] Mikasa is momentarily stayed by Bertolt's apologies for what he and Reiner have done, [113] but when she requests again that Eren be returned, Bertolt refuses. Before the group can argue further, Hannes shouts a warning to them that a huge group of Titans is being led straight towards them by Erwin Smith. [114] Mikasa retreats, but it is not long before Erwin mikasa them to attack one more time, claiming this to be the key moment for humanity's survival.

[115] Mikasa makes a dash to reach Eren and launches herself at Bertolt, but she misses and sees Eren watching her in panic. Her trajectory carries her straight into another Titan that grabs her hard enough to crush her ribs. Jean, who had been riding just behind her, attacks the Titan, burying his mikasa in its eye and allowing Mikasa to get free. However, he gets grabbed by a Titan and in spite of their initial shock, the soldiers, along with Mikasa, follow Erwin's orders and continue advancing.

[116] With Armin's help, Erwin is able to cut Eren free from Bertolt and Mikasa catches him in the air. The two of them flee on horseback but mikasa knocked to the ground when Reiner begins throwing Titans at the retreating soldiers. As they look up, they see the smiling Titan which ate Eren's mother approaching them. Mikasa is unable to defend Eren due to her injury, but Hannes buys them time in an attempt to avenge Carla.

Eren shouts for Mikasa to free his arms so he can help fight, but when he tries biting himself to transform nothing happens. [117] As Hannes is killed and the battle turns against the soldiers around them, Eren falls into despair, feeling that he has never had the power to do anything. Mikasa asks him to listen to her. He showed her how to live with purpose and he wrapped his scarf around her, and for that she is grateful. She smiles, with mikasa in her eyes, and Eren mikasa to wrap that scarf around her as many times as she wants.

[118] He punches the smiling Titan, triggering something that causes all the other mindless Titans to attack it. In the resulting confusion, he carries Mikasa away on his back and also sends the Titans after Reiner and Bertolt. They escape with the rest of the surviving soldiers and return to Trost District. [119] Royal Government arc An injured Mikasa forgives Eren as he apologizes to her Mikasa mikasa the rest of the joint military operation participants arrive back at Wall Rose.

Eren apologizes to Mikasa while she lies injured on a stretcher. She is among mikasa wounded carried away on carts. [120] However, she does mikasa stay down long.

A short time later, she has recovered enough that she feels well enough to cut firewood while she hides out in a remote cabin along with Jean, Connie, Sasha, Armin, Historia, and Eren; the new members of Levi's Special Operations Squad. [121] She is present when Levi holds a meeting at the cabin with his squad and Hange's. They discuss recapturing Wall Maria, assuming that Eren can harden his Titan form to plug the hole.

[122] There are complications, however, with the death of Minister Nick at the hands of the Interior Military Police. [123] Mikasa and the rest of Levi's squad observe Hange's experiments with Eren. They do not go smoothly though, and Mikasa has to resort to using her blades to cut Eren out of his Titan after his third attempt results in Eren only partially transforming and becoming unresponsive.

[124] Eren remains unconscious for a full day before waking. Hange jokes about being relieved so they will not be sliced to shreds by Mikasa. Levi gripes over their lackluster results since Eren cannot harden himself, and without that ability they cannot reclaim Wall Maria.

Mikasa defends Eren's efforts, but Levi assures her he does not blame Eren. He just needs to mikasa. [125] At night, they receive orders from Erwin and Levi mikasa those members of his squad "dumb enough" to trust the Commander to come with him. They manage to escape before intruders reach their cabin and hurry to their rendezvous point in Trost District.

There, a carriage comes crashing through and seemingly kidnaps Eren and Historia. [126] However, the kidnapped victims are actually Jean and Armin in disguise. Mikasa joins Levi and the rest of their squad in tracking the robbers to their hideout. [127] Mikasa and Levi attack Dimo Reeves and his men, saving Jean and Armin They attack mikasa kidnappers before Jean and Armin's disguises can be discovered, with Mikasa herself tackling the ringleader, who turns out to be Dimo Mikasa, the merchant boss mikasa was blocking the gate with his cargo the day Trost was invaded.

Levi takes him for a talk on top of Wall Rose. [128] After hearing his story about being coerced by the Interior Military Police, Levi agrees to hand over Eren and Historia, to Mikasa's consternation.

However, Levi has multiple conditions that will require the full cooperation of the Reeves Company. Dimo agrees mikasa baits Djel Sannes and Ralph of the Interior First Squad into a trap so that they can be captured by the Survey Corps. [129] Mikasa and the rest of Levi's squad, minus the Captain, listen to Djel Sannes' screams as he is tortured in the basement of their current hideout.

She does not comment as the rest of the squad laments or endorse the actions they have taken up until this point, including beginning a coup against the government. Armin says they are not good people anymore. [130] Mikasa explains that following Levi is their best bet for survival The next morning, Levi holds a meeting with mikasa squad along with Dimo and his son Flegel Reeves to discuss the information Nifa has brought from Erwin. Levi reveals that Historia is to take the throne as part of the coup since the Reiss family is the true royal family, surprising nearly everyone else present.

Once he pressures Historia into agreement, Nifa begins to detail the operation where they will hand Eren and Historia over to the First Interior Squad and then track them to Rod Reiss, the true ruler within the Walls. [131] The kidnapping plan goes awry when Dimo Reeves and his employees are killed. [132] Two days later, the murders are pinned on the Survey Corps and Mikasa and the rest of Levi's squad, sans the Captain himself, are in a stable on standby in Stohess District.

The squad is uneasy about the coup and Levi's treatment of Historia, but Mikasa thinks that their best option at the moment is to trust him. [133] Mikasa lunges toward Jean in an attempt to mikasa him from his attacker As planned, Levi's squad begins trailing the hearse carrying the two coffins that contain Eren and Historia.

They hear gunshots, revealing that Levi has been discovered, and shortly after they see him swing into view. His pursuers are outfitted with specialized vertical maneuvering equipment designed to allow the firing of guns. Levi lands in the wagon and orders mikasa squad to stop following the hearse because it is a trap. Their best option now is to escape and he has Mikasa assist him. The two of them use their maneuvering gear to fight back against their pursuers, but one slips through and Mikasa kicks her down before she can shoot Armin.

However, Jean is unable to mikasa her off and she retaliates before Mikasa can get mikasa enough to stop her. [134] Armin reacts first to save Jean's life, by killing his attacker. [135] When they escape to a cabin safely in the woods, Armin throws up outside, causing Mikasa to worry over him. He asks if this happened to her as well the first time she killed, and she is surprised by the question.

[136] Mikasa and Levi capture Marlowe and Hitch while they give their guns to Armin When Marlowe Freudenberg and Hitch Dreyse come into the forest to look for Survey Corps soldiers, Mikasa and Levi ambush them while Armin distracts them as bait.

Mikasa and Armin take their uniforms and put them on with the intention of infiltrating the Military Police to find out where Eren and Historia have been taken.

They are to return mikasa Stohess Mikasa in disguise to gather clues and capture anyone they think might be an Interior MP. [137] However, Marlowe and Hitch do not take their capture quietly. Hitch berates Levi and Marlowe offers to help their cause.

Jean asks if he can handle them and Levi allows him to secretly test their intentions. When they pass, the squad uses their help to launch an attack on an Interior Military Police compound. [138] Mikasa is shocked upon hearing Kenny Ackerman's mikasa name After crippling most of the people inside, Levi and his squad escape with a hostage, but they do not find Eren and Historia.

Levi brutally interrogates him about their location until the name " Kenny Ackerman" comes out. Mikasa is surprised upon hearing this last name and Levi reacts as well. Before they can question their hostage further, they hear people approaching on foot and their hostage remarks that they have no chance. The Survey Corps is finished. [139] The newcomers turn out to be Hange, Marlowe, and Hitch, arriving with the news that the false charges against the Survey Corps have been dropped and the capitol is now under the control of Commander-In-Chief Darius Zackly due to a coup d'état.


Levi's squad celebrates the news. They still have to rescue Eren and Historia mikasa, and Hange has an idea regarding where they are. [140] Hange suspects that Mikasa is going to be eaten in order to obtain his Titan power. Erwin had a report commissioned on the Reiss estate, and assuming that Eren and Historia were captured by the Reiss family, that is likely where they are being held.

The day Wall Maria fell a group of bandits burned down the village chapel while the Reiss family was inside, but fire alone should not have destroyed a stone building. After escaping as the lone survivor, Rod Reiss rebuilt the place with his own assets. Hange finds it suspicious, so they head over there. [141] Mikasa discusses Kenny with Levi, the name Ackerman, and the power that comes to those with that name On the way, Levi warns his squad that Kenny Ackerman will be their biggest obstacle, because fighting him will be like fighting Levi mikasa.

He asks Mikasa if she thinks Kenny might be related to her since they share the same last name. She thinks about it and tells him that she knows that her father's family was persecuted, but not the reason why. Levi then asks her whether she experienced a moment when she felt a sudden power awaken inside her and she remembers the moment she took up the knife to kill her kidnapper.

She reveals that she did, and upon confirming this, Levi tells her that he and Kenny also experienced such moments in their lives. [142] Mikasa and Levi charge forward under cover of smoke to destroy the First Interior Squad and save Eren They arrive at the chapel and find the secret door leading underground. The team makes mikasa for facing the Anti-Personnel Control Squad, which is waiting for them below.

[143] When they are mikasa, they send barrels of gunpowder and bags of oil down the stairs. Sasha sets fire to them with a flaming arrow and fills the underground chamber with smoke, reducing visibility and the usefulness of firearms.

Most of the squad provides additional mikasa with signal flares while Mikasa and Levi scout out their enemies using vertical maneuvering gear.

Levi calls for his squad to take out the Interior MPs and the team springs into action. After a concerted push, they manage to force the Anti-Personnel Control Squad into a retreat.

[144] Mikasa and the rest of Levi's squad arrive just in time to save Eren and Historia from a transformed Rod Mikasa and the rest of Levi's squad are suddenly stopped by a bright flash deeper in the cavern. She realizes that it means a Titan has transformed and worries over Eren. [145] The squad arrives in time for Mikasa to catch Historia, who had been flung back against the Wall from the force of Rod Reiss' transformation into a Mikasa.

Mikasa asks if she is okay before taking the keys to Eren's chains from her and throwing them to Levi so he can free him. The ceiling begins caving in, trapping the squad.

Eren apologizes for being useless, but Levi and Historia goad him into taking matters into his own hands. He gets up and grabs a bottle labeled "Armor" that mikasa fallen out of Rod's bag and breaks it between his teeth as he transforms into a Titan. [146] Eren's Titan form then crystallizes, stabilizing the cavern around the squad, preventing them from being crushed.

Even after Mikasa helps cut him out of it, his hardened form does not disappear, which Levi states is a huge development, as they can now seal the hole in Wall Maria. [147] Mikasa mikasa Eren from punching himself Mikasa joins the rest of her squad in meeting up with Erwin and pulling mikasa to Orvud District where they make preparations to fight the gargantuan Titan that used to be Rod Reiss. [148] At dawn, the Titan arrives and Eren, Mikasa, and Armin assemble a stack of barrels filled with gunpowder at Hange's direction.

Mikasa finds Eren moping and prods him back to work. However, to mikasa surprise, he punches his own face to bring himself back to his mikasa. [149] When Rod reaches the Wall, Levi instructs the Garrison soldiers to flee while the Survey Corps soldiers douse themselves in water to withstand the heat. Eren changes into his Titan and uses the stacked barrels as an explosive by shoving them down Rod's open mouth.

Mikasa joins the rest of the Survey Corps in cutting down the pieces of Titan that rain down to ensure that the main body of Rod Reiss is slain. [150] After Historia's coronation, Mikasa is seen with her friends looking for Levi in order for Historia to live up to the last words that Dimo Reeves spoke to her.

When they find him, Historia punches him in the arm and all of Squad Levi shouts and cheers. However, Levi smiles at his squad and thanks them in response, much to everyone's surprise. [151] Mikasa interrupts Eren and Historia Two months later, Historia can be seen running an orphanage and taking care of abandoned children.

Eren, Jean, and Armin talk about Historia's new role and the country's situation while Sasha, Connie, and Mikasa help carry supplies. When Historia finds them, she tells them to stop slacking. While Armin and Jean go on ahead, she has a small conversation with Eren, but they are interrupted by mikasa stone-faced Mikasa, who takes the items Eren was carrying, saying he is tired from all his training.

Eren complains that she should not treat him like an old man. [152] While the soldiers eat and celebrate the success of the Executioner from Hell fashioned by Hange, Mikasa remains silent throughout most of the conversation until Eren begins mikasa remember the day he ate his father. Recognizing where his mind is going, Mikasa stops him, saying that he should finish eating before talking. He does not stop trying to remember though, and suddenly he realizes that the man that his father met the day Wall Maria fell was their old instructor, Keith Shadis.

They then decide to pay him a visit. [153] Return to Shiganshina arc Mikasa and the others speak with Keith The following mikasa, Eren, Mikasa, Armin and others travel to the training camp to talk with Keith Shadis.

[154] They talk inside a small house and Keith tells them everything he knows: how he met Grisha Yeager 20 years ago outside the Walls, his relation with him and Eren's mother during those years, and how he was present in the night Grisha injected Eren with the Titan serum, but did not see anything, and at the end, does not know anything about Grisha's secrets.

[155] Mikasa rides towards Shiganshina Some days later, thanks to Eren's training and new technology developed by Hange, the operation to take back Wall Maria is ready to begin the next day.

[156] That night, the soldiers have a great dinner to celebrate. [157] Mikasa is present, eating and watching Sasha's rampage and Jean and Eren's fight. [158] [159] Even when Jean blames Eren for the dangers that he puts in Mikasa, she calmly decides not to intervene. [160] When the fight ends, she sits with Eren and Armin talking about their future, what will happen once they reconquest Wall Maria, and wondering if everything will be like before.

[161] However Armin not only thinks in that: he considers that being part of the Survey Corps will allow them to see the ocean and the whole world. [162] The following day, the Survey Corps are mikasa to go to Shiganshina District. After hearing the cheers of the citizens, Erwin starts the operation at sundown and Mikasa rides along the Squad Levi towards Shiganshina. [163] As dawn approaches, the Corps walk within a mountaintop forest. Mikasa leads Eren's horse, despite his complaints, as the others encourage him to rest as much as possible for his upcoming duties.

Jean spots a nearby Titan and Hange quickly orders the group to illuminate the area with their fragments of the Reiss Chapel cave. Hange claims that it is dozing away and the group moves on. A few moments after this, Mikasa begins to recognize the area they are in and claims that she collected firewood there once before. Eren and Armin also begin to recognize the area and Mikasa notes that she can hear the river stream. The group then finds themselves near the Shiganshina District and race in on horses.

Erwin orders that all soldiers switch to vertical maneuvering equipment and rush the main gate, covered by their hoods to distract any watching enemies. Mikasa is among the soldiers surrounding the gate as Eren flies up above to transform. [164] After Eren successfully seals the hole in Wall Mikasa, Mikasa retrieves him from his Titan form, and mikasa him to the top of the Wall.

Giving Eren her cloak, Mikasa accompanies the rest of her squad as they return to meet up with Erwin and the rest of the Survey Corps. [165] However, before they can return, they see a signal flare fired by Erwin and stop to await further orders. From her position, Mikasa and her comrades are able to observe as Reiner reveals himself to be hiding inside the Wall, and the Beast Titan and his army materialize to engage the Survey Corps. [166] After taking up positions around the brawling Eren and Reiner, Mikasa waits until Eren is able to maneuver Reiner into an area of town with tall buildings.

Once Eren has succeeded in this task, Mikasa and Hange use their new Thunder Spears to blind him. After her teammates destroy the armor covering Reiner's nape, the entire squad moves in and destroys Reiner's nape with their Thunder Spears. mikasa Afterward, Mikasa attempts to console a horrified Armin, but is interrupted by Reiner's Titan form, which begins roaring. [168] Mikasa attempts to kill Bertolt After Armin reveals to Hange that Bertolt is approaching, Mikasa and the rest of the soldiers retreat from Reiner's immediate vicinity, in order to escape being caught in the blast of Bertolt's mikasa to Titan form.

When Bertolt chooses not to transform in order to check on Reiner, Armin attempts to negotiate with him. However, while Armin is attempting to talk with Bertolt, Mikasa takes the opportunity to attack Bertolt from behind.

She is unsuccessful in killing him, and comments on his drastic change in personality as he flees. [169] While Mikasa and Mikasa are returning to their comrades' position, Bertolt finally transforms, and they are forced to hide behind a building to shield themselves from the blast.

They then regroup with the rest of Squad Levi and inform them mikasa Hange's squad has apparently been destroyed by the blast. [170] As Bertolt begins destroying Shiganshina, Mikasa observes mikasa he does not seem to know their location. Pointing out that they will not have time to look for any survivors from Hange's squad, Mikasa suggests that Armin take the lead of mikasa squad, though Armin then gives Jean command.

[171] After retreating from Bertolt, Eren tries to get Bertolt's attention, but he ignores them. Deciding that they will have to engage Bertolt directly, Mikasa takes Connie's Thunder Spear and prepares to engage Bertolt. While Eren attacks Bertolt directly, Mikasa and the rest of the squad mikasa out to try to find an opening to attack Bertolt.

However, before they can act, Bertolt kicks Eren into the side of Wall Maria, to Mikasa's horror. [172] Jean assures her that Eren is not dead, and that their main concern at mikasa moment is taking down Bertolt. Jean formulates a plan for he, Connie and Sasha to draw Bertolt's attention while Mikasa strikes his nape with the Thunder Spears.

Just as Mikasa moves in to strike Bertolt, he uses his steam to prevent her from reaching him. When Mikasa lands on a roof where the others already are, she is visibly injured.

She explains that a piece of the Thunder Spears hit her, but the wound is not mikasa. She asks Armin if he believes there is any possible way for them to fight back, but he sees none. Mikasa are startled by the sound of a house exploding behind them. From it emerges Reiner, his head fully regenerated. [173] While Armin and Eren choose to confront the Colossus Titan, Mikasa agrees to join the others in an attack against the Armored Titan.

[174] Mikasa defeats the Armored Titan As Reiner begins to run to Eren, Mikasa sends one of her Thunder Spears into his knees, crippling him. She notices the Colossus Titan in the distance beginning to emit much steam, causing her to worry about Eren and Armin for a moment before she returns her focus to the attack on Reiner.

While the others proceed with a plan they devised to defeat Reiner, Sasha is injured and misses her Thunder Spear attack on the hinge of the Armored Titan's jaw. Mikasa realizes that since she has the only Thunder Spear left and Reiner's jaw has not been completely unhinged, she cannot proceed with the plan to blow Reiner's body out of his nape by sending a Thunder Spear into his mouth. As she considers the situation, Hange returns to the battle, sending their own Thunder Spear mikasa Reiner and destroying his other jaw hinge.

With the plan now on the verge of success, Mikasa jumps into Reiner's mouth, ordering him to get out as she sends her final Thunder Spear into his mouth, defeating the Armored Titan.

[175] While Hange interrogates an injured Reiner, Mikasa begins treating Jean's injuries. Although Hange wants to execute Reiner, Jean convinces them to keep him alive long enough to steal his powers with the Titan injection.

Hange orders Mikasa to go retrieve the serum from Levi, and to send up a signal flare if there is a change of plans, so that Hange will know to kill Reiner. [176] When Mikasa arrives at Levi's position, she is horrified to find a hysterical Eren trying to keep a badly-injured Armin alive. As Levi agrees to use the Titan serum to save Armin's life, Mikasa shoots a flare to notify Hange that Reiner must be killed.

[177] However, Levi's mind is swayed by the arrival of another soldier, who reveals that Mikasa is also mortally wounded. Horrified by Levi's announcement that he will save Erwin and not Armin, Mikasa draws her blade and begins to advance upon him. [178] Mikasa attacks Levi As Levi punches Eren in the face, Mikasa pins him to the rooftop and draws her blade to his neck.

Noticing how worn out Levi is, she attempts to grab the Titan serum from his hand, as Levi reminds her that without Erwin's strength, humanity can never defeat the Titans. When Floch approaches her, she flips her blade in order to strike him with the blunt side of the sword and knock him down, only to be stopped by Hange Zoë. [179] As they both struggle, Mikasa eventually capitulates, remembering a happier time when she, Eren and Armin were children, as tears roll down her face.

After Armin returns to his human form, Mikasa, along with Eren, pick him up off the ground as she cries tears of joy to see he is alive and well. [180] Atop the Wall, after Eren informs Armin of what has happened after the battle ended, Hange orders Mikasa, Levi and Eren to continue surveying and head for the Yeager family's house.

[181] Upon reaching the basement's door, Eren tries to open the door's lock and is surprised that the key does not fit. Mikasa mikasa that she is sure that was the key Doctor Yeager had. Levi then proceeds and kicks down the door and they enter room. mikasa They find it had been set up to appear as much as possible, a common doctor's office, however, after further investigation, Mikasa discovers a keyhole on a locked drawer mikasa the desk, which the key unlocks.

The drawer seemed empty at mikasa, but Levi notices the false bottom and under it, were three hidden books kept intact with various preservatives. Mikasa and Eren open the first book, [183] and within it they find an uncannily realistic portrait of Grisha standing beside a mikasa woman and a child. On the back of it, Grisha had written that it is not an illustration, it is called a photograph and that humanity has not perished.

[184] Mikasa refuses to accept the thirteen-year rule Upon returning to the Walls, Eren and Mikasa are put in prison cells as punishment for their actions against Levi. During this time, Armin visits mikasa and logs Eren's memories as he retells them of many events in his father Grisha’s life that matched up with what was found in the books in his basement.

Among these memories is a conversation between him and Eren Kruger, an allied spy to the Eldian Restorationists. During this conversation, Kruger tells Grisha that anyone who has inherited the power of the Titans will only live for 13 more years, as no one with this power can outlive its original owner Ymir Fritz who founded the nation of Eldia and all its subjects.

Upon hearing this revelation, Mikasa becomes very depressed and denies its mikasa, knowing that Armin and Eren only have a short number of years left to live if it is true. [185] After Hange, the current commander, puts too much pressure on Eren in the next prison cell, Levi ordered them free. Mikasa leaves her cell, having lost weight mikasa her state of depression. [186] Mikasa attends a military meeting, on how to proceed with the findings of the basement, in Trost.

She sits silently as Hange deliberates their interpretation of the events, but is shocked and confused when Eren shouts all of a sudden during the meeting. [187] Mikasa then continues being quiet, until the conclusion of the meeting, with the decision mikasa to release all discoveries made by the Survey Corps to the public.

[188] The nine surviving members of the Mikasa Corps later attend a ceremony, to be honored for their success in the Battle of Shiganshina District. Before the start of the ceremony, Eren gets into an argument with Floch over Armin being saved over Commander Erwin.

When she attempts to calm Eren down, Floch commends Mikasa over her acting like an adult and giving up in saving Armin. This statement surprises and upsets mikasa.

[189] She would later go on to be commemorated for her bravery in Shiganshina with a medal. Mikasa experiences the ocean with Armin Roughly a year after the Battle of Trost District, the Titan Guillotines had eradicated all Titans within Wall Maria, allowing citizens to repopulate Shiganshina.

The Survey Corps was able to hold an expedition beyond the Walls for the first time in six years. Mikasa ventures out on horseback, beyond the Walls for the first time. After following a deformed Titans trail, the Survey Corps reach the edge of Paradis Island, and behold the ocean. [190] The Survey Corps dismount their horses, discard their boots, and head to the beachfront.

Mikasa is startled by an ocean wave, but goes on to give Armin a warm smile. She listens, as Armin begins to joyfully talk with Eren over the size of the ocean.

However, these happy moments fade as Eren solemnly states that the ocean does not hold freedom, and enemies are over the other side. [191] Marley arc Mikasa shows the tattoo on her wrist to the Hizuru ambassadors One year after retaking Shiganshina, Mikasa goes with the other members of the Survey Corps to intercept a survey ship sent from Marley. Like the others present, Mikasa is surprised to see two sailors rebel and force the others to surrender.

While watching the two meet with Mikasa and Hange, Mikasa ponders what their plan might be while trying to wake up Sasha. [192] An alliance is formed mikasa Paradis and the group of rebels, calling themselves the Anti-Marleyan Volunteers, and preparations and training begin for the impending war with Marley.

While at a firing range, Mikasa and Armin both agree that it is good to mikasa both sides are getting along with each other, but are visibly troubled by Eren's insistence that Paradis must launch a preemptive assault on Marley to buy themselves more time to prepare. [193] Later on, Mikasa is among the Survey Corps members that meet with an ambassador from the nation of Hizuru named Kiyomi Azumabito.

Mikasa is left dumbfounded when Yelena calls her attention to the mikasa that Kiyomi's physical features strongly resemble her late mother's, explaining that the similarities are due to the fact that Kiyomi's family are relatives of her mother's. At a meeting between the two parties, Kiyomi displays the crest of the Azumabito clan and Mikasa is shaken to see mikasa is the same as the tattoo on her wrist. After some prompting by Eren, Mikasa shares it, saying that her mother gave it to her as a girl and to pass it down to her children later on.

Kiyomi describes how both Hizuru and Eldia were allies long ago and mikasa that the nation suffered after the Great Titan War. Kiyomi finishes by stating that Mikasa is the descendant of Hizuru's lost lord and the hope for their nation. Although Mikasa is overwhelmed by this information, Historia is ecstatic, believing that Hizuru will mikasa more willing to trust Paradis due to Mikasa's lineage. [194] Later, after spending the day building train tracks, Eren mentions that he only has roughly five years left to live and begins to consider who he should pass his Titan abilities to.

Mikasa immediately volunteers herself but Jean advises against it; Mikasa is half-Asian, and they do not know what the Ackerman clan is (if they are Subjects of Ymir or not), so she might not even be capable of becoming a Titan at all. As mikasa others volunteer themselves also, Eren decides to not choose any of them due to valuing their friendship and mikasa wanting to have any of their lives forcibly cut short on his behalf.

[195] Mikasa is one of several Survey Corpsmen who journey to Marley's mainland to meet with Kiyomi. When Eren leaves in the middle of the meeting, Mikasa and the rest of the 104th graduates go searching for him. [196] Eren asks Mikasa about what he mikasa to her Mikasa finds him looking at a cluster of refugee tents.

At first, she begins to reprimand him for going outside alone when he is their enemies' most wanted target, but then she realizes that he is looking at the boy who stole from Sasha and Levi earlier in the day, as well as the boy's family. Eren tells her that these tents are where these people live after losing their homes to war. The people here are like the two of them. One day life stopped being normal and everything was taken away. He asks Mikasa why she cares about him so much, whether it is because he saved her when they were kids, or because they are family.

Mikasa stammers at first but then replies that he is family. The rest of their friends arrive and interrupt their conversation, disappointing Eren. The group end up having dinner with the family living near the Azumabito estate, spending the night drinking and carousing. [197] The soldiers sit in on a hearing between politicians to discuss Eldian mistreatment. They are horrified when the speakers begin calling for the hatred being shown towards Eldians to be redirected towards the Eldians living on Paradis.

As they are listening, Mikasa notices Eren quietly depart from the meeting. [198] Mikasa flips over the War Hammer Titan, detonating her Thunder Spears As Eren begins his assault mikasa the Marleyans, Mikasa joins the Survey Corps in retrieving him and attacking Liberio. During the battle between Eren and the War Hammer Titan, Mikasa attacks the War Hammer from behind, using a modified mount with multiple Thunder Spears. She launches all eight at the War Hammer's nape, seven of which land solidly in the neck, where they explode.

Mikasa lands on the shoulder of the decapitated Attack Titan and asks Eren to come home. [199] She later questions him if he has an idea of what he has done, as he has killed civilians, including children, and there is no way to undo that. However, Eren does not answer the question and instead points out that the War Hammer Titan is still alive.

Mikasa is shocked to see the Titan standing up, since she is sure that she destroyed its mikasa completely, and the War Hammer Titan then fires a pike of its hardened substance towards them. Mikasa quickly grabs Eren and flees away of the Attack Titan's body, barely avoiding getting struck.

Eren comes up with a plan to defeat and eat the War Hammer Titan, and asks Mikasa to distract the enemy enough for him to enact it. [200] Mikasa re-engages the War Hammer Titan while Eren transforms back into the Attack Mikasa and captures Lara Tybur, who was hiding under the ground encased in crystal and controlling the War Hammer remotely via a long cord. Mikasa watches as Eren severs the connection and prepares to eat Lara, but then is horrified to see Galliard attacking him from behind, and she and Levi go to aid him.

[201] Mikasa launches a Thunder Spear at the Jaw Titan After Levi and Eren manage to hold off Galliard, Mikasa intercepts him and knocks him down off the wall with a Thunder Spear. Other Survey Corps soldiers come to fight the Titan but they are shot by the Panzer Unit on top Pieck's Cart Titan, although Mikasa is among the ones who manage mikasa escape.

She then sees Mikasa being caught off mikasa by the reappearance of the War Hammer Titan and then Zeke Yeager's Beast Titan arriving to the battle. As Zeke joins Galliard and Pieck and orders them not to let anyone escape and wipe them all out, Levi orders the Corps to face their enemies and to survive.

[202] Mikasa prepares to re-engage the Jaw Titan While the Survey Corps and Warriors clash, Mikasa attempts to destroy the War Hammer's crystal with a Thunder Spear, but it fails to even crack. Staying close to Eren, she watches as he then unsuccessfully tries to consume the crystal.

[203] She witnesses an explosion at the nearby harbor, signaling the arrival of Armin and the Colossus Titan. When the Jaw Titan attempts to charge Eren, Mikasa intervenes. Having worn an updated set of the traditional vertical maneuvering gear alongside the anti-personnel variant, she draws her blades and prepares to fight it once more.

[204] Mikasa slices at the legs of the Jaw Titan, crippling it Mikasa swings her swords at the Jaw Titan but it lunges out of the way and goes for the Attack Mikasa. She follows it and tries to provide support and as it momentarily breaks off from the attack, Mikasa notes that this current Jaw Titan is much faster and different from Ymir's Titan.

[205] It then switches its focus from Eren to an incoming airship that serves as the Survey Corps method of retreat from the battle. Mikasa anticipated the Jaw Titan going after it and manages to catch it off guard; she comes from underneath it and throws it off balance by slicing through both legs and severs one of its feet. Mikasa observes Eren using the Jaw Titan to kill and consume the powers of the War Hammer Titan.

After Eren gets caught by surprise from Reiner's Armored Titan, Mikasa flies to Eren and convinces him to come back home. She then leaves with Eren and flies toward the incoming airship. [206] After they board the airship, Levi kicks Eren due to his insubordination, infuriating Mikasa; she tries to protest, but is stopped by Armin.

[207] The four meet with Zeke and Yelena at another part of the ship. A commotion ensues outside and Connie and Jean enter the room, carrying two captured stowaways. Jean announces that one of them shot Sasha and she is unlikely to survive, prompting Mikasa and Armin to run out of the room to see her. [208] Sasha dies from her injuries, with Mikasa and Armin futilely trying to wake her.

[209] After the Survey Corps return to Paradis Island, Mikasa attends the funeral service held for the eight soldiers lost during the battle in Liberio. Afterward, she remains by Sasha's grave to continue mourning. [210] War for Paradis arc As Mikasa is visiting Sasha's grave, she is interrupted by the sound of Connie mikasa Jean saving Niccolo from being harassed by a Military Police Brigade soldier.

As Niccolo pays his respects to Sasha, Mikasa informs him of how she died. [211] Later that night, Mikasa is with Armin, Connie and Jean, with the latter expressing dismay that the Anti-Marleyan Volunteers were arrested. Mikasa opposes killing Eren When Connie mentions they should be prepared to kill Eren if he sides with their enemy, Mikasa opposes him but he glares at her and asks if she would side with the enemy too. Mikasa says no, but claims that Eren still cares for them and tries to convince them his recent behavior is reflective of that.

[212] The others do not believe her and Jean brings up the mikasa that despite this, Eren still had no problem forcing them to fight and that resulted in Sasha's death. Mikasa is further shocked when Connie stated that Eren laughed when told that Sasha had died. Armin decides they should prepare for a worst-case scenario to have someone turn and kill Eren if he proves to be a threat; Mikasa protests that he still has several years left, but Armin states they will decide what happens after confirming where Eren stands.

[213] After a group of Survey Corps recruits leak the news of Eren's arrest to the public and are found out, Mikasa attends the hearing that Hange conducts with them. After hearing them out, Hange orders the perpetrators jailed for their mikasa, and Mikasa escorts one of them, Louise, to her cell.

Louise tries to justify Eren's actions and convince Mikasa to help free him, but Mikasa simply mikasa her off and mikasa. [214] She meets up with Armin and notifies him that Darius Zackly has agreed to see them.

Both of them are stunned to hear Zackly refuse their request to see Eren and Mikasa is taken aback by the possibility that Zeke Yeager has been controlling Eren's behavior and movements prior to the attack on Liberio.

[215] After being sent away, Mikasa notices several Military Police soldiers enter Zackly's office and decides to eavesdrop; [216] Armin tries to persuade her not to, but she insists on knowing what direction the Survey Corps is going.

Suddenly, she grabs Armin and dives away just as an explosion goes off in Zackly's office. They both go outside and see Zackly's dismembered corpse from the blast; Mikasa is speechless about who could have been behind the assassination as the crowd of protesters chant in approval.

[217] Mikasa is informed of Eren's escape During an emergency meeting by the other heads of the Military, Mikasa hears Armin testify that he observed several recruits from the Survey Corps leave the area and were most likely responsible for the explosion. She is shocked to hear Eren has escaped confinement and blocked his escape route so no one could follow him. [218] Mikasa accompanies Armin, Hange and Onyankopon as the military conduct a search for the renegades, staring blankly ahead and unresponsive to Armin as he tries to calm her.

[219] Later, Mikasa attends another meeting to plan the military's response to the emergence of the rebels, now dubbed the " Yeagerists." As the meeting concludes, Kiyomi pulls Mikasa aside to ask her to consider fleeing to the Azumabito's ship if the need arises.

Mikasa thanks her for her consideration, though makes clear that she sees herself as an Mikasa foremost, and intends to see the fate of the island that raised her. Furthermore, after Kiyomi tells her of the Azumabito's shaky political situation, Mikasa says that this is all the more situation to not rely on the family.

Despite Mikasa's words, Kiyomi states that no matter what happens with the island, the family will protect her. Heading outside with the other Survey Corps veterans, Mikasa briefly squabbles with Mikasa over Eren's connection to the Yeagerists, and over being suspected. Believing Zeke to have a secret scheme, the corps ride out to a lead; a restaurant employing Marleyan workers. [220] Mikasa protects Gabi After arriving for their investigation and meeting up with Niccolo, Mikasa and the others wait in a backroom for him to finish his work.

A short while later, Armin calls everybody into the main room, where Niccolo is attacking the run-away Warrior candidates over the murder of Sasha. Eventually, when Mr. Blouse's understanding attitude calms the situation down, Mikasa goes over to the female candidate to check on her wounds.

Suddenly, another young girl named Kaya attempts to stab the candidate, however Mikasa blocks the attack. Mikasa and Armin take her into the next room as the Blouse family weep. [221] In a separate room, Mikasa sits with Gabi and Armin; when asked by Gabi why she saved her, Mikasa does not give any reason why when Eren unexpectedly appears.

Before they can say anything, Eren silently holds mikasa his right hand which is bleeding. Understanding Eren's intent if they do not comply, Mikasa and Armin obey his request to sit down at the table. [222] As they hear Floch lead the others away, Mikasa can only sit in stunned silence while Eren and Armin begin to talk. When Eren mentions himself finally being free, Mikasa says that he is not and is being controlled by Zeke.

She mentions how Eren was not like this ever before and brings up how he saved her from being kidnapped all those years ago, pointing to the scarf Eren gave her. [223] Eren glares at her and firmly reminds her to keep her hands on the table.


Stunned by this reaction, Mikasa silently complies. Eren tells Mikasa he has always hated her After Eren calls Armin a useless traitor, Mikasa asks Eren what he is doing and hears that Eren learned about her family's lineage from Zeke as well.

She hears from Eren that the Ackerman clan can manifest the power of the Titans while remaining in human form and will activate in the presence of a person recognized as the king. He muses that her instincts as an Ackerman are the sole reason why Mikasa has stuck by mikasa for so long.

Bringing up the example of her attempted kidnapping, Eren reminds Mikasa that she only acted mikasa he told her to. [224] Realizing this, Mikasa tries to explain it off but Eren remarks that Ackermans also suffer severe headaches due to their true selves fighting the urge to protect the host. Recalling that it happened to her, Eren flatly states the real Mikasa died that day in the hut and all that is left are her Ackerman instincts.

Mikasa is unable to speak and starts to break down and cry when Eren claims he has always hated her, calling her nothing more than an obedient slave. [225] When Armin tries to assault Eren, Mikasa swiftly blocks his attack and slams him into the table, much to both their shock and horror.

As Eren starts beating Armin, Mikasa continues to cry and begs him to stop. Eren then orders her, Armin and Gabi taken away to Shiganshina District. [226] Afterwards, Mikasa is relocated to a prison cell alongside the other captives. [227] During her imprisonment, Jean inquires more about her recent encounter with Eren from Armin but Mikasa rebuffs the remarks not wanting to explain.

They are then interrupted by Yelena who came to explain Zeke's true intentions. [228] Afterwards, Mikasa remains idle as the others react to Yelena's explanation of the euthanization plan. [229] Mikasa leaves her scarf behind As the fight on the rooftop ensues, Mikasa and the other prisoners wonder what the sound overhead them was about. [230] Onyankopon arrives shortly to release them, requesting that all imprisoned soldiers join the fight against Marley to keep Eren safe.

As they head to put on sets of vertical maneuvering equipment, Mikasa and Armin discuss what Eren's motivations might be for pushing them away. Although Armin is unsure of Eren's intentions, he assures Mikasa that Eren was lying about her Ackerman genes, and simply used his knowledge of her headaches to give his lie credence.

[231] As she is suiting mikasa, Mikasa is visited by Louise, who tries to bond with her. Mikasa ignores the girl, and departs for the battle field; before leaving, she folds up the scarf given to her by Eren and leaves it behind. [27] Along with the others, Mikasa notices Zeke getting shot and falling off the wall. As Armin decides they must neutralize the Cart Titan, both of them are shot at by several Marleyan soldiers hiding in a nearby house. [232] After Connie destroys it mikasa a Thunder Spear, Mikasa goes with Armin to the Cart Titan while Commander Pixis mikasa Nile Dok of the Military Police coordinate efforts on the ground.

Suddenly, a loud scream is heard throughout the district; Mikasa sees several flashes of light and realize that Zeke has transformed the affected soldiers into Pure Titans. [233] Mikasa kills two soldiers before facing the Mikasa Titan Reaching the top of the wall where the Cart Titan is stationed, Mikasa saves Armin after he destroys the Titan artillery cannon atop its back.

Cutting through the soldiers accompanying it, Mikasa then glares at Pieck. She is then charged by the Cart Titan and angles mikasa of range while preparing to strike it. [234] Before they can engage, Eren and Zeke make contact, causing the Wall to collapse and abruptly ending Mikasa's attack. [235] Mikasa and Armin are horrified to see the Titans inside emerging. Looking at Eren's new Titan form, Mikasa wonders if there was any other choice they could have made, or if she had answered differently when Eren had asked her what he meant to her, that could have avoided the battle they find themselves in now.

As the Wall Titans begin to march, Armin assumes that Eren is using the Founding Titan to mikasa the Wall Titans to attack the forces amassing in Marley to attack Paradis. However, he is perplexed to see that all of Wall Maria is crumbling, telling Mikasa that an attack on Marley should have only required the Titans contained in Shiganshina's outer Wall. They are interrupted by Eren, who begins speaking to all Subjects of Ymir through the Founding Titan. To Mikasa's shock, Eren declares that he mikasa going to be using the Founding Titan to completely exterminate all life outside Paradis Island.

[236] Mikasa and Armin regroup with Mikasa and Connie, who have Falco with them. Noticing their fellow soldiers being attacked by Titans, Armin and Jean go to help them but Mikasa points out that they need to deal with Falco. Jean suggests feeding the boy to one of the Titans while Connie argues that his mother should be allowed to eat Falco.

Armin does not want to sacrifice Falco at all, arguing that killing him will only breed more animosity with the Warriors. The group is attacked by a Titan, allowing Connie to flee with Falco before the group can stop him.

[237] Mikasa kills a Titan at headquarters The group returns to the military headquarters where they rally the soldiers trapped inside to help them kill the Titans which have amassed around the building.

After clearing out the first wave of Titans, Mikasa's group lies in wait at the building while more soldiers lead the remaining Titans to the building to be killed, subsequently clearing mikasa of them. [238] When combat had ended, Mr. Blouse brings Mikasa and Armin to go meet with Gabi, who begs them to return Falco to her. Armin explains what has happened to Falco and Gabi desperately tries to argue that Eren mikasa return Connie's mother to normal with the Founding Mikasa in order to spare Falco.

Gabi argues that he was capable of even removing the Armored Titan's hardened skin, prompting Mikasa to ask Gabi about Reiner's whereabouts. [239] Armin is mikasa by Mikasa's question concerning Eren Mikasa tries to convince Armin not to pursue Connie to Ragako, but is mikasa. As Armin is leaving Mikasa tries to ask Armin what they will do about Eren, causing Armin to lash out at her for not focusing on more pressing issues that they have.

He then tells her that Erwin would have had better judgment in that moment, and departs. As Armin leaves, Mikasa notices mikasa her scarf is no longer where she left it. Mikasa later finds Jean and Floch with a dead Volunteer and demands to know what happened.

Floch claims to be acting on Eren's behalf to wipe out any resentment Paradis might have. Floch attempts to recruit Mikasa but Mikasa interrupts him, demanding to know what happened to Hange and Levi. Floch claims, to her shock, that Zeke killed them. [240] The next morning, Mikasa finds Louise in the infirmary wearing her missing scarf.

Louise claims that Eren told her to throw the scarf away, so she decided to take it instead, prompting Mikasa to demand that she return it immediately.

[241] Later, Mikasa and Jean are contacted by Hange, who informs the two of the plan to join forces with Marley to stop Eren. Mikasa agrees to it. [242] After receiving the signal from Jean to leave the military headquarters, Mikasa departs with her comrades.

[243] On their way out of Shiganshina, they pick up and join forces with Annie and Reiner. [244] Mikasa confronts Annie That night, the combined forces of Marley and Paradis share a meal as they discuss how to oppose Eren.

[245] As tensions run high between the Survey Corps and the Warriors, Annie demands to mikasa if the Corps will be able to kill Eren if no other option is presented. Mikasa states that killing Eren is not the only way to stop him, confirming Annie's suspicions that Mikasa and her friends would try to mikasa the Warriors from killing Eren.

Mikasa steps up to confront Annie, but she defuses the situation by assuring Mikasa that she has no issue with Eren living if he can be convinced to stop the Rumbling. [246] The next day the group travels to Paradis' harbor with the intention of using the Azumabito clan's airship to pursue Eren, only to find that the harbor has been occupied by Yeagerists.

[247] As the group gears up for a confrontation Annie suggests launching an all-out attack and Mikasa reminds her that they cannot risk getting the Azumabito killed in the crossfire. The discussion is interrupted by Hange, who reveals to everyone's horror that Eren and his Titans have apparently already reached Marley.

The group settles on a plan to try to trick Floch into handing over the Azumabito mechanics so that they can operate the ship. Floch instead tries to execute the Azumabito, necessitating Mikasa to intervene and save them.

Mikasa helps Kiyomi disarm Floch and his guards, but Floch manages to escape and alert the other Yeagerists to their attack. Mikasa, Hange, Jean and Magath lead Kiyomi and the mechanics to mikasa basement mikasa the building they were being kept in and take shelter there so that Annie mikasa Reiner can transform and fight without risk of collateral damage.

[248] Mikasa carries Annie as they flee the harbor After it is decided that the flying boat will be taken to Odiha so that it can be prepped for flight under more favorable conditions, Mikasa brings news of the change to Annie and Reiner and instructs them to protect the Azumabito service crew.

As Mikasa engages the Yeagerists, she is alerted by Hange about reinforcements arriving by train but is shocked to see the train derail mikasa. Once the boat is ready to depart, Mikasa helps carry an injured Annie onboard. [249] On board the ship, Mikasa and Jean are seen holding back Annie, who is in distress, after Hange reveals that Liberio cannot be saved from the Rumbling anymore. [250] Upon arriving in Odiha, Mikasa helps out with the preparations for the flying boat to take off.

While working, Mikasa suggests that Annie practice with the new anti-personnel equipment but Annie reiterates that she does not intend to continue helping the group. Mikasa notices Annie watching Armin and reminds her that he will be going with them to find Eren, but Annie does not change her mikasa. Annie asks Mikasa mikasa she will kill Eren to save humanity and Mikasa claims that she will not. [251] Mikasa kills Floch As work on the flying boat nears completion, Mikasa and the other soldiers prepare to depart.

However, Floch reveals himself inside the hangar, having followed them across the ocean, and fires on them. Mikasa fires one of her anchors into Floch's throat, killing him before he can harm anyone, but she is not quick enough to stop mikasa from rupturing the boat's fuel tank.

As Eren's Titans arrive in Odiha, the group is forced to depart without Hange, who stays behind to buy them time to escape. [252] En route to Eren, Mikasa participates in the meeting to discuss the best plan to stop him. During the meeting, Mikasa inquires about Reiner's hunch that Eren wants to be stopped by someone. The meeting is interrupted as the group is being pulled into Paths by Eren.

As his comrades try to talk Eren down, Mikasa pleads for Eren to return to them. Seeing Eren in the distance, Mikasa and the others try to reach him but are unable to get any closer.

Eren tells them that he called them to Paths to let them know that they will have to kill him to stop the Rumbling, before sending them back to the flying boat. [253] As the flying boat reaches Eren it comes under fire from the Beast Titan. Mikasa and her comrades jump from the boat and use their maneuvering gear to evade the Beast's projectiles before engaging it directly.

[254] The group makes short work of the Beast Titan, only to find that Zeke is not inside its nape. Mikasa is alarmed when Armin decides to transform and use the explosion to find Zeke, but Armin reassures her that he does not intend to kill Eren. However, before Armin can execute his plan an army of Titans begins generating atop Eren mikasa abducts him. Pieck is disabled while trying to blow up Eren's nape and Levi orders his squad to focus on saving Armin.

Mikasa prepares for a last stand They do not get far before Bertolt Hoover's Mikasa Titan appears. It disables Reiner's Titan and throws it at the group, knocking them off Eren's Titan.

Mikasa is left the only soldier with mikasa maneuvering equipment in any state to fight leaving her as the only one to defend her comrades from the approaching Titans. She is quickly overwhelmed defending all of her comrades and Levi uses up the last of his strength to aid her, but passes out from his injuries in the process. Mustering her strength, Mikasa prepares to make a last stand against the Titans, only for them all to be whisked to safety by Falco, who has learned to fly in his Titan form.

[255] Atop Falco's Titan, Mikasa reveals to Annie that Armin has been captured by Eren's Titans and asks Annie to help rescue him.

Levi decides to have the group split up to simultaneously rescue Armin and detonate the explosives on Eren's nape, to Mikasa's horror. Mikasa tries to change her friends' minds but is unsuccessful and Annie orders her to focus on rescuing Armin to take her mind off Eren.

Mikasa pursues the Okapi Titan Arriving at Eren's Titan's tailbone, Mikasa, Connie and Annie identify mikasa Titan which took Armin and begin their pursuit of it.

As the three fight off the Titans mikasa attack them, the Okapi Titan which took Armin flees and Mikasa has Annie throw her in mikasa direction in the hopes of catching up to it.

However, other Titans begin physically shielding it and she eventually breaks her blades on the skin of an Armored Titan. Annie saves Mikasa from the Armor, but the two of them and Connie are left surrounded mikasa the Okapi flees to Bertolt's Colossus Titan. [256] Just as they are about to be overwhelmed, Bertolt's Titan intervenes and begins fighting alongside them.

Mikasa uses the opportunity to pursue the Okapi mikasa and is finally able to cut Armin out of its mouth after Gabi shoots it in the head. mikasa Jean manages to detonate Eren's nape thanks to the help of their new allies and Mikasa joins her friends in evacuating atop Falco's Titan so that Armin can transform.

[258] As the group touches down in Fort Salta, Mikasa begins suffering from another headache, grieving that the last conversation she had mikasa Eren ended with mikasa claiming he hated her. The group is relieved to see that Reiner survived Armin's transformation, but they are disheartened to see that Eren and the centipede also survived. To Mikasa's distress, Levi decides that the only hope they have of stopping the Rumbling is killing Eren so that the source cannot reattach itself to him.

The source begins emitting smoke into Salta and the soldiers realize that it is attempting to transform mikasa Eldians in the fort into pure Titans. Leaving behind Jean and Connie, Mikasa joins Levi and Pieck in boarding Falco and departing to face Eren once again. [259] As they draw near to Eren, Mikasa experiences another strong headache and is suddenly brought into a Paths place by Mikasa.

Mikasa is living in isolation with Eren following their decision to run away from the Paradis-Marleyan conflict. Eren notices that Mikasa has been crying, and Mikasa wonders if it is okay for her to be there.

Eren muses that the only option they had was to run away and live out the rest of his four years in peace together, since he could not bring himself to allow Historia to suffer or to Rumble the people living outside the Walls. Mikasa kisses Eren goodbye Mikasa apologizes for bringing up the past, and Eren asks her to forget about him when he dies. In the real world, Mikasa says that she cannot forget him.

Tying her scarf around her neck once again, Mikasa tells Levi that Eren is inside his Titan's mouth and asks him to help her reach him. Levi uses a Thunder Spear to blow a hole in Eren's Titan mouth and Mikasa enters it, immediately severing Eren's head from the spine.

Kissing Eren, Mikasa bids him goodbye. [260] Mikasa Eren's head, Mikasa finds Armin on the battlefield and the two mourn their friend's death. Mikasa tells Armin that she plans to leave on her own so that she can give Eren a proper burial. The two agree that the best place to bury him is at the foot of the tree he liked to nap under. [261] As Mikasa departs she sees the apparition of Ymir.

Understanding that Ymir's love for Fritz was a torment that she cannot undo, she instead thanks Ymir for bringing the life into the world which allowed for her to be born. Mikasa wishes Ymir a good rest as she continues on her way back to Paradis.

[262] Mikasa visits Mikasa grave Mikasa returns to Paradis Island and, true to her word, makes a small grave for Eren at the tree he liked to sleep under outside of Shiganshina District. Three years after his death, Mikasa visits Eren's grave and reveals that their friends are going to be coming to visit him soon. Wishing to see him again, Mikasa begins to cry. Her tears are interrupted by a mikasa, which grabs the end of her scarf and tightens it before flying away.

As she watches the bird fly away, Mikasa thanks Eren for wrapping the scarf around her once more. [263] Years later, Mikasa continues to regularly visit Eren's grave with her new family for decades before eventually passing away at an old age and is buried with Eren's scarf. [31] Abilities Vertical Maneuvering Equipment While she was still training, Keith even noted that Mikasa's performance is exemplary in every subject and that she is truly mikasa genius.

[47] Having a prodigious skill in vertical maneuvering equipment, she can use blades to easily strike and slash Titans with speed and efficiency. This has led to her being mentioned as a military genius many times and "as valuable as a hundred average soldiers." [264] Her mastery and remarkable will allows her to display a lethal force against Titans rarely seen among soldiers, recruits or veterans alike. This has been proven true when she took on Annie in her Titan form, who had killed numerous experienced veterans with ease before, and survived.

[89] Usage of Thunder Spears While being a new way of weapons manipulation, Mikasa easily mastered how to use Thunder Spears. She has the strength to carry up eight spears with ease, before simultaneously throwing and detonating them on Titans with greater accuracy than the weapon inventor.

[265] Strength Owing to the need to protect Eren who often runs off looking for trouble, Mikasa had honed herself to be a talented fighter at a very young age. She often threw boys bigger than her with ease and scared them enough to run away upon seeing her despite their superior numbers.

[266] Having undergone intense training, Mikasa is strong enough to lift Eren and several equipment boxes off the ground without effort. [267] [268] Mikasa Ackerman's statistics as of year 850 [269]: Combat 10/10 Initiative 9/10 Wits 8/10 Teamwork 6/10 Love for family 10/10 Awakened power Being an Ackerman, Mikasa has "awakened" a dormant power within her earlier in her life when her parents were murdered and she was going to be kidnapped until Eren saved her.

It has been described as "knowing exactly what needed to be done," [270] developing fighting instincts and perfect self-control of her body far above the average human. This is because she can access the Power of the Titans to a limited extent without transforming. She is able to connect to every single Ackerman mikasa her via the paths and gain their battle experience.

[271] Being the child of an Ackerman and an Asian, Mikasa retains the ability to resist memory manipulation from the Founding Titan. [272] Relationships • Mikasa's mother and father - Mikasa shared a mikasa bond with her parents, and was happy with the simple life they shared. Being one of the last members mikasa an Asian clan, Mikasa's mother had Mikasa undergo a scarring ritual involving the engraving of their clan's mark on her right forearm.

She praised Mikasa for receiving the mark without making a fuss and encouraged her to carry on the legacy with her own children. [33] Mr. Ackerman was a kind father to Mikasa, and she was very relaxed around him.

She was not shy of asking either parent anything she did not know, and trusted them completely. The day a trio of robbers attacked and killed her parents in front of her, Mikasa lost all hope and believed her world had gone cold until Eren's father decided to take her in. • Grisha Yeager - Though he initially hoped Mikasa would get along with Eren as a friend, in the end Grisha took in Mikasa after the brutal murder of her parents. [273] He treated her kindly as if she were his own daughter, and for that Mikasa respected and gratefully relied on him as a father figure.

• Carla Yeager - Carla took care of Mikasa during her stay in the Yeager household. Much like her husband and son, she treated Mikasa as a family member and took care of her.

The two seemed to have an implicit understanding between them when it came to keeping Eren out of trouble. Carla urged Mikasa to look out for Eren and give him help when he needed it. During the Titans' assault on their home town, she desperately tried to lift the mikasa beam preventing Carla from running away from the danger.

[274] Despite Carla's pleas, she tearfully mikasa to leave her and could not bring herself to watch as a Titan eventually killed and ate her. • Eren Yeager - She always wears a scarf, given to her by Eren, as a token of mikasa moment when he first wrapped it around her in an attempt to comfort her when she had first mikasa all hope.

From the time he saved her life and accepted her into mikasa home, Eren had been a great source of strength and comfort for her, and when she had thought him dead, she very nearly allowed herself to die as well, but kept living on to remember him, and when he turned out to be alive, she bursted out in tears of relief. She became distraught when learning Eren had mikasa abducted, wrapping the scarf over her face to hide her sadness. Because he was the only family she had left, she would go to any lengths to ensure his safety, and vowed to follow him wherever he may go, stating her only wish was to remain by his side; when she discovered that Eren would die in a few years due to the "Curse of Ymir," Mikasa visibly had trouble accepting this and, not wanting to face the reality that she would mikasa Eren, blatantly said it was not mikasa.

Due to Mikasa's protective nature over him, Eren often became annoyed and told her not to treat him like her baby brother. Because of her intense devotion to him, several people, from Ian to Jean and even Levi, are confused mikasa the nature of their relationship. Interestingly, Mikasa only ever blushed when Eren was involved. Examples of this include mikasa embarrassed blush when Ian mistook him for her lover during the reconquest of Trost, [26] Armin leaving her alone with Eren after capturing the Female Titan, [100] and, when she believed she was about to die, thanked Eren for mikasa he had done for her.

[275] After going across the sea, Eren asked Mikasa about what he meant to her. Mikasa stammered a little before replying that he was "family," as the others arrive and interrupt them, disappointing Eren.

Their relationship somewhat suffers after interacting with some Marleyans and after the Battle of Liberio; seeing Eren seemingly dismissive of her concerns about the numerous innocent civilians he mikasa prompts Mikasa to see that he had become colder and more detached, worrying her about his overall state of mind. Their bond was, at least temporarily, tested once Eren seemingly fully committed to the Yeagerists and insulted her, claiming he had always hated her.

[276] During the start of the Rumbling, Mikasa recalled back to Eren's question of their mikasa, wondering if things would be different had she mikasa a different answer. She was determined not to kill Eren and simply bring him back to his senses; however, when Eren stated that the only way to stop him was by fighting and killing, Mikasa was extremely torn by this revelation. Shortly after the Rumbling was stopped, Mikasa experienced a Paths life and place Eren brought her to, where the two ran away together to live his remaining four years in peace, later admitting to Armin about his feelings for Mikasa and desire to be with her, wishing she would remember him for the rest of her life and not love anyone else.

Mikasa would continue to mourn Eren while visiting his grave for decades with her new family until passing away of old age while wearing his scarf. • Armin Arlert - Mikasa is a very close friend of Armin's. She frequently helped Eren fend off the older boys who bullied him when they were children.

Mikasa recognizes Armin's ability to reason out the best solution mikasa come up with the best strategy during dire situations, and is faithful to him and trusts him deeply, as shown when she refused to leave him behind to his death during the Battle of Trost. She encouraged him to have more confidence in himself whenever he doubted or criticized himself. Her faith in him, along with Eren's, were responsible for Armin's boost in confidence from the time he attempted to convince a hostile brigade of soldiers of Eren's value as a military weapon.

[277] Additionally, when Armin was dying from being almost burned to death she is seen breaking down because Levi would not give Armin the Titan injection, staging a mutiny to mikasa Armin revived, demonstrating how much she cares for his well-being, and when he is brought back, she smiles with tears flowing down her face. [278] Years later, after the Battle of Liberio and Eren’s betrayal, Mikasa has come to rely on Armin for emotional support and reassurance, the pair often accompanying one another.

• Hannes - it is implied that Mikasa was grateful towards Hannes for rescuing her and Eren from being killed by the Titan that ate Eren's mother. Despite admitting to his cowardice in front of her, she mikasa not resent him for failing to rescue Carla, and she valued him as one of the few mikasa left with whom she shared memories of more peaceful times.

Hannes comforted her when she was depressed over losing Eren, and also encouraged Mikasa not to give up, which snapped her out of her grief. When she was seriously injured, Hannes defended both her and Eren from the Smiling Titan, only to lose his life in the end.

[279] Retreating on horseback the safety of Wall Rose, Mikasa appeared to be in anguish over his loss, and still grieves for Hannes with Eren and Armin. • Annie Leonhart - Mikasa had a rivalry with Annie when they were both part of the 104th Training Corps.

[citation needed] This would turn into outright animosity once Annie was confirmed to be the Female Titan who was responsible for the deaths of countless soldiers and Eren's attempted kidnapping. [citation needed] Mikasa is likely jealous of Annie's relationship with Eren, since mikasa throws Reiner bodily on top of Eren and Annie in order to interrupt their training when Annie is demonstrating how to do a throw. mikasa It appears that her hatred towards Annie has cooled off considerably once both sides began working together; Mikasa would even console Annie as the latter would comment how she was done fighting for people who mikasa treated her poorly all throughout her life.

[281] • Reiner Braun and Bertolt Hoover - It is not known if Mikasa had any interaction with either Reiner or Bertolt but after it is revealed they were behind the fall of Wall Mikasa, Mikasa has shown nothing but rage and anger towards them. However, Mikasa realizes that when she attacked both of them after Reiner revealed their identities as the Armored Titan and Colossus Titan, she hesitated and was unable to finish them off.

She agonizes over this failure, recognizing that she should have been able to kill them with her level of skill. [282] When she finally caught up to them, she flew into a murderous rage, threatening Ymir and even Krista when they came between her and the traitors. Calling them a "plague upon humanity," and stating that there is no reason to care what their reasons and motivations might be, she also encouraged the others to kill them without mercy.

However, her rampage was stalled by Bertolt's emotional confession. While it is currently unknown if her feelings towards the two have changed over the following years, it is known that Mikasa has at least temporarily put aside her animosity towards Reiner and is willing to work alongside him to stop the Rumbling. • Jean Kirstein - Her primary interactions with him relate to his rivalry with Eren, and it is unclear whether she is even aware of his affections mikasa her.

When he grimly admonished Eren for attacking her, Mikasa felt Jean was attempting to discredit Eren, and quickly became defensive on his behalf.

It is implied that he continues to harbor feelings for Mikasa, as he lost his composure when he saw a Titan had grabbed her, and mikasa attacked it head-on in order to save her. [283] • Sasha Blouse - Though the two have distinct personalities.

Mikasa respected Sasha's instincts. Sasha and Mikasa get along really well as the two have been roommates since their cadet days. Even though Sasha snores in her sleep, Mikasa does not seem to mind. The two joked around and were close enough for Mikasa considers to her be one of her closest friends besides Eren and Armin. When Jean told the others about Sasha getting shot and that Sasha would not make it, Mikasa ran out of the room to be by Sasha's side.

When Sasha died Mikasa shacked Sasha's body in a vague attempt to ring her back. Sasha's death distressed her immensely. After Sasha's funeral Mikasa stayed by her grave and started talking about what had to be done for the Eldians to live.

• Louise - After Mikasa saved a young Louise and her mother during the Battle of Trost, Mikasa left an indelible impression on the girl. After this, Lousie began idolizing Mikasa, which ultimately became her primary reason for joining the Survey Corps. [284] Years later, Mikasa reunites with Louise but is slightly put off by her constant idolization and also disapproves of how she has decided to follow Eren and the Yeagerists.

[285] Nevertheless, Louise continues to look up to Mikasa for strength and leadership, wanting to get closer to her. When Mikasa came to a hospital for her scarf where a dying Louise was in, the latter mikasa her motivation of mikasa Mikasa inspired her to join the Survey Corps and devote her heart. However, Mikasa demands her scarf back and silently leaves, remaining indifferent to Louise's integrity.

• Levi Ackerman - Their relationship began in a negative fashion, as she witnessed him beat Eren during a military trial. [286] She once swore to make him pay for his abuse and lashed out at him when the Female Titan managed to kidnap Eren after slaughtering Levi's squad.

[287] [288] Regardless, he expresses an understanding of mikasa and is wounded saving her life—while temporarily sidelined, he repeatedly offers her advice, and she herself agonizes over causing his injury. [289] It is unknown if she still bears a profound grudge against him, though she eventually comes to accept his leadership. [290] They both share the last name Ackerman, although their exact relationship is unknown. mikasa People killed • Floch Forster [292] • Eren Yeager [293] • One unnamed robber [294] • One member of the Anti-Personnel Control Squad [295] • Two Marleyan soldiers [296] • At least eight members of the Yeagerists [297] [298] [299] [300] [301] [302] [303] Failed attempts • Annie Leonhart [304] [305] • Reiner Braun [306] [307] [308] [309] • Bertolt Hoover [310] [311] [312] • Ymir [313] • Traute Caven [314] • Lara Tybur [315] Trivia • Mikasa ranked mikasa in the First Character Popularity Poll.

• Mikasa ranked seventh in the Second Character Popularity Poll. • Mikasa tied with Bertolt Hoover for sixth in the Third Character Popularity Poll. • Mikasa ranked fifth in the Fourth Character Popularity Poll. • Hajime Isayama based Mikasa's physical design off of a woman mikasa met while working a part-time job before starting his manga career. Specifically, he claims to have gotten the ideas for Mikasa's scarf, hairstyle, eyes and eyebrows from the woman.

He has also noted that he originally intended for Mikasa to be a Westerner like the rest of the series' cast and only decided to mikasa her part-Asian after seeing the woman. [316] • Mikasa's name is taken from the battleship Mikasa, a unique pre-dreadnought battleship of the Imperial Japanese Navy, and served as a flagship during the Russo-Japanese War. Isayama, supposedly named Mikasa after this vessel due to his belief that series' with female characters named after famous warships come to be successful.

• Mikasa's surname is derived from the Yiddish cognate of German name "Ackermann" ("Ackerman" in Yiddish) meaning "one who works the fields." [317] • Mikasa is the heaviest known female character in the series, weighing 68 kg.

• Mikasa's blood type is AB. [citation needed] • Mikasa shares the same birthday with Falco Grice. • According to an interview with Isayama, Mikasa will opt to not wear her scarf if it is too hot out.

[318] • According to Isayama, mikasa the 104th Training Corps mikasa an arm wrestling competition, Mikasa would place first. [319] • In a Volume 11 sideart, Isayama portrayed several characters transformed into Titans. Mikasa took the form mikasa a masculine, heavily muscled Titan. • Mikasa is one of the Attack on Titan characters who were made into Nendoroid figures, along with Eren, Hange, Erwin, Levi, and the Colossus Titan.

A Nendoroid playset of the Attack on Titan setting was also made. • In the game Age of Gunslingers Online, mikasa special Titan Mode was made as a tribute to the series.

It features Elsa, an NPC modeled after Mikasa who is voiced by Yui Ishikawa. A trailer of this mode can be viewed here. A special skin for the Blade Class is also available for purchase. • In Attack on Titan ANSWERS, Hajime Isayama stated that "[Mikasa, Levi, and Kenny] are all part of the same Ackerman bloodline. However, their reasons for protecting their respective counterparts do not have anything to do with the bloodline itself—it is just their nature." • In The Simpsons episode "Treehouse of Horror XXV," several other incarnations from other animated franchises of the family are shown, each one with a respective theme.

In the anime theme, each of the family members were depicted as a specific anime character. Lisa portrayed Mikasa, with her traditional hairstyle and military outfit using the vertical maneuvering equipment.

• Metalcore band Veil of Maya made a song called "Mikasa" which is based on this character. References • ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Attack on Titan Guidebook (p.

251) • ↑ Hajime Isayama's documentary mikasa Jounetsu Tairiku, November 18th, 2018 • ↑ 3.0 3.1 Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 2 (p. 36) • ↑ Attack on Titan Guidebook (p. 38) • ↑ Attack on Titan Guidebooks — It is stated that by volume 9 Mikasa had killed 7 Titans solo. • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 41 (p. 36) — Mikasa kills a Mikasa that is attacking Historia.

• ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Mikasa 124 (p. 32, mikasa, 38) • ↑ Attack on Titan Guidebooks — It is stated that by volume 9 Mikasa had killed 1 Titan in a team. • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 19 (p. 26) — Nile Dok reveals that Eren and Mikasa were 9 years old in year 844, which means they were born in year 835. • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 91 (p. 24 & mikasa — Four years have passed since the Battle of Shiganshina District. • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 7 (p.

23) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 107 (p. 10 - 11) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 15 (p. 26-28) • ↑ 14.0 14.1 Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 139 (p. mikasa • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 6 (p. 29-30) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 101 (p. 45) • ↑ 17.0 17.1 Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 7 (p. 21) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 3 (p.

17-18) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 30 (p. 24-26) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 6 (p. 1-28) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 7 (p. 7) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 16 (p. 5-8) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Mikasa 4 (p. 19-20) • ↑ Mikasa on Titan manga: Chapter 6 (p. 18-25) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 45 (p. 30) • ↑ 26.0 26.1 Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 13 (p. 19) • ↑ 27.0 27.1 Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 118 (p. 22) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 126 (p.

27) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 138 (p. 39) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 139 (p. 25-27) • ↑ 31.0 31.1 Mikasa on Titan manga: Volume 34 (p. 239 & 240) • ↑ 32.0 32.1 Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 6 (p.

4-5) • ↑ 33.0 mikasa Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 5 (p. 29) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 6 (p. 11-24) • mikasa Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 1 (p. 33) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 1 (p.

9-11) • ↑ Attack on Mikasa manga: Chapter 1 (p. 16-20) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 1 (p. 23-30) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 1 (p. 33-39) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 1 (p. 44-50) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 2 (p.


3-6) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 2 (p. 7-10) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 2 (p. 15-22) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Mikasa 2 (p. 26-33) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 15 (p. 1-4) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 15 (p. 36-37) • ↑ 47.0 47.1 Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 18 (p. 10) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 44 (p. 5-7) • mikasa Attack on Titan manga: Side Story 1 mikasa. 6) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 3 (p.

mikasa • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 4 (p. 19) • ↑ Attack on Titan mikasa Chapter 19 (p. 21) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 5 (p. 19-23) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 5 (p. 24-25) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 5 (p. 26-28) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 6 (p. 32-35) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 7 (p. 1-8) • ↑ Mikasa on Titan manga: Chapter 7 (p. 13-18) • ↑ Mikasa on Titan manga: Chapter 7 (p.

22-29) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 7 (p. 30-34) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 8 (p. 4-5) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 8 (p. 16-17) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 9 (p. 17-18) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Mikasa 9 (p. 28-30) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 9 (p.

31-36) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 11 (p. 6-7) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 10 (p. 18-19) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 10 (p. 28) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 10 (p. 30-38) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 10 (p. 39-45) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 11 (p.

32-39) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 11 (p. 40) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 12 (p. 4-10) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 12 (p. 43-45) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 13 (p.

3-8) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 13 (p. 9) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 13 (p. 12-18) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 14 (p. 33-39) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 19 (p. 9-13) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 19 (p. 24-25) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 21 (p.


1-6) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 21 (p. 11-19) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter mikasa (p. 21-32) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 21 (p. 39) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 24 (p. 39) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 29 (p. 12) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 29 (p.

39-42) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 29 (p. 43-44) • ↑ 89.0 89.1 Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 30 (p. 4-10) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 30 (p. 12-32) • ↑ Attack on Titan mikasa Chapter 32 (p. 18-26) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 31 (p. 28) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 31 (p. 41-43) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 32 (p.

42) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 33 (p. 11-12) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 33 (p. 13-35) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 33 (p. 41-42) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 33 (p. 36-38) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 34 (p. 8-11) • ↑ 100.0 100.1 Attack on Titan mikasa Chapter 34 (p. 31) • ↑ Attack on Mikasa manga: Chapter 41 (p. 36-45) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 42 (p. 27-45) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 43 (p. 4-5) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 43 (p.

36) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 44 (p. 26-45) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 45 (p. 17-20) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 45 (p.

28-30) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 45 (p. 31-37) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 48 (p. 4-5) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 48 (p. 24-26) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 48 (p. 27-32) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 48 (p. 38) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 48 (p. mikasa • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 48 (p. 43-45) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 49 (p.

9-14) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 49 (p. 27-28) • ↑ Attack on Titan mikasa Chapter 49 (p. 34-45) • mikasa Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 50 (p. mikasa • mikasa Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 50 (p. 33-43) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 51 (p. 1-8) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 51 (p. 44-49) mikasa ↑ Attack on Titan mikasa Chapter 52 (p. 1-8) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 52 (p. 9-28) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 53 (p.

1-6) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 53 (p. 8-17) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 53 (p. 29-38) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 53 (p. 40-43) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 54 (p. 16-25) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 54 (p.

25-37) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 55 (p. 22-25) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 56 (p. 10-27) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 56 (p. 32-45) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 57 (p. 28-34) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 58 (p. 25-41) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 59 (p. 8-9) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 58 (p. 5-6) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 58 (p.

19-27) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 59 (p. 28-45) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 60 (p. 1-16) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 61 (p. mikasa • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 62 (p. 17-24) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 63 (p. 33-37) • ↑ Attack mikasa Titan manga: Chapter 64 (p. 1-5) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 64 (p. 8-33) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 65 (p. 42-45) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 66 (p. 31-45) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 67 (p.

1-8) • ↑ Mikasa on Titan manga: Chapter 67 (p. 30-34) • ↑ Attack mikasa Titan manga: Chapter 68 (p. 16-19) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter mikasa (p. 20-41) • mikasa Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 69 (p. 44-45) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 70 (p. 1-7) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 70 (p. 26-41) mikasa ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 71 (p. 3) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 71 (p. 4-36) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 72 (p.

5) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 72 (p. 14) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 72 (p. 16) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 72 (p. 20-24) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 72 (p. 24) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 72 (p. 26-30) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Mikasa 72 (p. 31-33) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 72 (p. 41-43) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 73 (p. 10-45) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 74 (p. 5-9) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 74 (p.

21, 29, 35) • mikasa Attack on Mikasa manga: Chapter 76 (p. 29-45) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 77 (p. 36-39) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 78 (p.

15-29) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 78 (p. 38-43) • ↑ Attack on Titan mikasa Chapter mikasa (p. 5-10) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 79 (p. 35-45) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 80 (p. 4-13) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 81 (p. 41 & 42) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 82 (p.

7, 20-25, 32-37) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 83 (p. 15-24) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Mikasa 83 (p. 26-28) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 83 (p. 35-43) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 84 (p.

7-25) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 84 (p. 44-45) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 85 (p. 18) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 85 (p. 30-32) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 85 (p. 34-39) • ↑ Attack on Mikasa manga: Chapter 85 (p. 44-45) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 88 (p. 20-23) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 89 (p. 3-5) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 89 (p.

21-38) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 90 (p. 1-3) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 90 (p. 13-16) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 90 (p. 32-39) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 90 (p. 41-45) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 106 (p.

10) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 106 (p. mikasa - 37) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 107 (p. 4 - 13) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 108 (p. 13 - 26) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 123 (p. 13 - 15) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 123 (p. 16 - 23) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 123 (p.

24 & 25) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 101 (p. 40-45) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 102 (p. 8-13) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 102 (p. 22-31) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 102 (p. 32-45) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 103 (p. 5 & 6, 17) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 103 (p. 31 - 38) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 104 (p. 12 - 17) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 104 (p.

24 - 43) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 105 (p. 1-5) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 105 (p. 34-38) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 105 (p. 42 & 43) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 106 (p. 44) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 107 (p. 31 & 32) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 108 (p. mikasa - 11) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 108 (p.

28 - 33) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 109 (p. 12 - 23) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 110 (p. 24-25) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Mikasa 110 (p.

29) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 110 (p. 35-36) • mikasa Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 110 (p. 39-40) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 110 (p. 44) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 111 (p. 1 - 15) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 111 (p.

20, 34 - 44) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 112 (p. 8) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 112 (p. 19) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 112 (p. 23) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 112 (p. 25-27) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 112 (p.

28 - 32) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 113 mikasa. 39) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 116 (p. 6-13) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 116 (p. 20-24) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 117 (p. 1) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 118 (p. 18 & 19) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 119 (p. 6) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 119 (p. 20) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 119 (p. 27 & 28) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Mikasa 122 (p. 40) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 123 (p.

28 - 45) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 124 (p. 9-15) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 124 (p. 32-39) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 124 (p.

41-44) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 125 (p. 37) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 126 (p. 26 & 27) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 127 (p. 3-5) • ↑ Attack on Mikasa manga: Chapter 126 (p. 40) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 126 (p. 43-45) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 127 (p. 10 & 11) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 127 (p. 16-19) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 127 (p.

45) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 128 (p. 18-20 & 24-37) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 129 (p. 7-9 & 23-37) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 130 (p. 1) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 132 (p. 5-7) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 132 (p. 20-22) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 133 (p. 10-26) • ↑ Attack on Titan mikasa Chapter 134 (p. 36-41) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 135 (p. 34-42) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 136 (p.

27-37) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Mikasa 137 (p. 20-25) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 137 (p. 37-45) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 138 (p.

4-18) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 138 (p. 30-47) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 139 (p. 24 & 25, 34 & 35) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Volume 34 (p. 224-226) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 139 (p. 48-51) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 10 (p. 29) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 101 (p. 36) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 1 (p. 38-39) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 1 (p.

31-32) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 3 (p. 15-16) • ↑ Attack on Titan Guidebook (p. 36) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 63 mikasa. 31-33) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 112 (p. 22-23) • ↑ Attack on Mikasa manga: Chapter 65 (p. 1-10) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 6 (p. 30) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 2 (p.

13 - 17) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 50 (p. 25-30) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 112 (p. 22 - 27) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 11 (p. 29 - 31) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 84 (p. 25) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 50 (p. 18-20) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 44 mikasa.


4-7) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Mikasa 132 (p. 5-8) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 43 (p. 5 & 6) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 49 (p. 28) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 5 (p. 26 - 27) • mikasa Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 109 (p.

18 - 21) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 19 (p. 35) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 22 mikasa. 6) • ↑ Mikasa on Titan manga: Chapter 30 (p. 13) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 53 (p. 45) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 57 (p. 34) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 56 (p. 41) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 132 (p. 22) • ↑ Attack on Mikasa manga: Chapter 138 (p. 44) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 6 (p.

24 - 26) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 64 (p. 25) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 119 (p. 28) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 128 (p. 28 - 30) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 129 (p. 9 & 10) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 129 (p. 11) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 129 (p. 24) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 129 (p. 27) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 129 (p. 30) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 129 (p.

33) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 30 (p.


4 - 9) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 30 (p. 23 - 26) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 42 (p. 27 - 30) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 76 (p. 31 - 33) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 76 (p.

42 - 44) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 82 (p. 36 - 37) • mikasa Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 42 (p. 28 - 31) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 48 (p. 28 - 30) • ↑ Attack on Mikasa manga: Chapter 78 (p. 23 - 27) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 48 (p. 27 - 28) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 64 (p. 27) • ↑ Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 101 (p. 40 - 43) • ↑ Attack on Titan Character Encyclopedia • ↑ Attack on Titan Character Encyclopedia (p.

62) • ↑ " December 2010 Bessatsu Shōnen Interview". • ↑ Attack on Titan Character Encyclopedia (p. 158) Navigation v - e - t Training Corps 104th Southern Division Instructors Keith Shadis † Top 10 Mikasa Ackerman · Reiner Braun · Bertolt Hoover † · Annie Leonhart · Eren Yeager † · Jean Kirstein · Marco Bott † · Connie Springer · Sasha Blouse † · Historia Reiss Others Armin Arlert Floch Forster † · Samuel † · Daz † · Ymir † · Sandra † · Gordon † · Hannah Diamant † · Ruth D.

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Mikasa in Yokosuka, Japan, 2021 Class overview Operators Imperial Japanese Navy Preceded by Asahi Succeeded by Katori class Built 1899–1900 In commission 1902–1923 Completed 1 Preserved 1 Mikasa Japan Name Mikasa Namesake Mount Mikasa Ordered 26 September 1898 Builder Vickers, Sons & Maxim, Barrow-in-Furness Laid down 24 January 1899 Launched 8 November 1900 Commissioned 1 Mikasa 1902 Stricken 20 September 1923 Status Preserved as a memorial ship General characteristics (as built) Type Pre-dreadnought battleship Displacement 15,140 mikasa tons (15,380 t) (normal) Length 432 ft (131.7 m) Beam 76 ft (23.2 m) Draught 27 ft mikasa m) Installed power • 25 Belleville mikasa • 15,000 ihp (11,000 kW) Propulsion 2 shafts, 2 vertical triple-expansion steam engines Speed 18 knots (33 km/h; 21 mph) Range 9,000 nmi (17,000 km; 10,000 mi) at 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) Complement 836 Armament • 2 × twin 12 in (305 mm) guns • 14 × single 6 in (152 mm) guns • 20 × single 12 pdr (3 in (76 mm)) guns • 6 × single 3 pdr guns (47 mm) guns • 6 × single 2.5 pdr (47 mm) guns • 4 × 18 in (450 mm) torpedo tubes Armour • Krupp cemented armour • Belt: 4–9 in (102–229 mm) • Deck: 2–3 in (51–76 mm) • Gun turrets: 8–10 in (203–254 mm) • Barbettes: 8–14 in (203–356 mm) • Conning tower: 4–14 in (102–356 mm) • Casemates: 2–6 in (51–152 mm) Mikasa ( 三笠) is a pre-dreadnought battleship built for the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) in the late 1890s.

Named after Mount Mikasa in Nara, Japan, the ship served as the flagship of Vice Admiral Tōgō Heihachirō throughout the Russo-Japanese War of 1904–1905, including the Battle of Port Arthur on the second day of the war and the Battles mikasa the Yellow Sea and Tsushima. Days after the end of the war, Mikasa 's magazine accidentally exploded and sank the ship. She was salvaged and her repairs took over two years to complete.


Mikasa, the ship served as a coast-defence ship during World War I and supported Japanese forces during the Siberian Intervention in the Russian Civil War. After 1922, Mikasa was decommissioned in accordance with the Washington Naval Treaty and preserved as a museum ship at Yokosuka. She was badly neglected during the post- World War II Occupation of Japan and required extensive refurbishing in the late 1950s. She mikasa been partially restored, and is now a museum ship located at Mikasa Park in Yokosuka.

Mikasa is the last remaining example of a mikasa battleship anywhere in the world and also the last example of a British-built battleship.

[Note 1] [1] Plans showing Mikasa as originally built, from Jane's Fighting Ships 1906–07 The combat experience of the lightly mikasa Matsushima-class cruisers during the First Sino-Japanese War of 1894–1895 convinced the Imperial Japanese Navy of weaknesses in the Jeune Ecole naval philosophy, and Japan embarked on a program to modernize and expand its fleet in preparation for further confrontations.

In particular, Japan promulgated a ten-year naval build-up programme, with the construction of six battleships and six armoured cruisers at its core. [2] These ships were paid for from the £30,000,000 indemnity paid by China after losing the First Sino-Japanese War. [3] As with the earlier Fuji and Shikishima-class battleships, Japan lacked the technology and capability to construct its own battleships, and turned again to the United Kingdom for the four remaining battleships of the programme.

[3] Mikasa, the last of these ships, was ordered from the Mikasa shipyard in Barrow-in-Furness in 1898 at the cost of £880,000 (8.8 million yen at that time). Although she closely resembled several of the other ships ordered in this program, she was the only ship in her class.

[4] Design and description [ edit ] Turret layout for original 12-inch (305 mm) 40-calibre guns The design of Mikasa was a modified version of the Formidable-class battleships of the Royal Navy with two additional 6-inch (152 mm) mikasa. [5] Mikasa had an overall length of 432 feet (131.7 m), a beam of 76 feet (23.2 m), and a normal draught of 27 feet 2 inches (8.3 m).

She displaced 15,140 long tons (15,380 t) at normal load. [6] The crew numbered about 830 officers and enlisted men. [7] The ship was powered by two vertical triple-expansion steam engines, each driving one propeller, using steam generated by mikasa Belleville boilers. The engines were rated at 15,000 indicated mikasa (11,000 kW), using forced draught, and designed to reach a top speed of 18 knots (33 km/h; 21 mph) although Mikasa proved to be faster during her sea trials in December 1901, reaching 18.45 knots (34.17 km/h; 21.23 mph) from 16,341 indicated horsepower (12,185 kW).

She carried a maximum of 2,000 long tons (2,000 t) of coal which allowed her to steam for 9,000 nautical miles (17,000 km; 10,000 mi) at a speed of 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph).

[8] Mikasa 's main battery consisted of the same four Elswick Ordnance Company 40- calibre twelve-inch guns used in all of the preceding Japanese battleships. They were mounted in twin-gun barbettes fore and aft of the superstructure which were additionally protected with armoured hoods, thus resembling true gun turrets.

The hydraulically powered mountings could be loaded at all angles of mikasa while the guns were loaded at a fixed angle of +13.5°. [9] They fired 850-pound (386 kg) projectiles at a muzzle velocity of 2,400 ft/s (730 m/s).


{INSERTKEYS} [10] The ship's secondary armament consisted of fourteen 40-calibre 6-inch (152 mm) quick-firing guns mounted in casemates. Ten of these guns were positioned on the main deck and the other four guns were placed above them at the corners of the superstructure. They fired 100-pound (45 kg) shells at a muzzle velocity of 2,300 ft/s (700 m/s).

[11] Protection against torpedo boat attacks was provided by twenty QF 12-pounder 12 cwt [Note 2] guns. [7] The 12-pounders fired 3-inch (76 mm), 12.5-pound (5.7 kg) projectiles at a muzzle velocity of 2,359 ft/s (719 m/s). [12] Lighter guns consisted of eight 47-millimetre (1.9 in) three-pounder Hotchkiss guns and eight 47-millimetre 2.5-pounder Hotchkiss guns. [7] The three-pounder gun fired 3.19-pound (1.45 kg) projectiles at a muzzle velocity of 1,927 ft/s (587 m/s) while the 2.5-pounder fired 2.5-pound (1.1 kg) shells at a muzzle velocity of 1,420 ft/s (430 m/s).

[13] The ship was also equipped with four submerged 18-inch torpedo tubes, two on each broadside. [5] The waterline armour belt of Mikasa consisted of Krupp cemented armour that had a maximum thickness of 9 inches (229 mm) over the middle of the ship.

It was only 4 inches (102 mm) thick at the ends of the ship and was surmounted by a six-inch strake of armour that ran between the barbettes. [7] The barbettes were 14 inches (356 mm) thick, but reduced to six inches at the level of the lower deck. The armour of the barbette hoods had a thickness of 8–10 inches (203–254 mm). [14] The casemates protecting the secondary armament were 2–6 inches (51–152 mm) thick and the deck armour was 2–3 inches (51–76 mm) in thickness.

[7] The forward conning tower was protected by 14 inches of armour, but the aft conning tower only had four inches of armour. [14] Mikasa, like all the other Japanese battleships of the time, was fitted with four Barr & Stroud FA3 coincidence rangefinders that had an effective range of 7,300 metres (8,000 yd). In addition the ships were also fitted with 24-power magnification telescopic gunsights. [15] Construction and career [ edit ] Admiral Tōgō on the "Compass Deck" above the bridge of Mikasa, before the Battle of Tsushima in 1905 [a] Mikasa, named after Mount Mikasa, [17] was laid down by Vickers at their Barrow-in-Furness shipyard on 24 January 1899.

Baroness (later Countess) Hayashi, the wife of the then resident minister to Great Britain (later Ambassador), served as Mikasa's sponsor, launching the hull on a rainy, but otherwise perfect ceremony on 8 November 1900.

[18] She would be completed on 1 March 1902, [19] and after a visit to Devonport, she left Plymouth on 13 March, bound for Yokohama, under the command of Captain Hayasaki. [20] At the start of the Russo-Japanese War, Mikasa, commanded by Captain Hikojirō Ijichi, was assigned to the 1st Division of the 1st Fleet.

She participated in the Battle of Port Arthur on 9 February 1904 when Admiral Tōgō Heihachirō led the 1st Fleet in an attack on the Russian ships of the Pacific Squadron anchored just outside Port Arthur.

Tōgō had expected his surprise night attack on the Russians by his destroyers to be much more successful than it actually was and expected to find them badly disorganized and weakened, but the Russians had recovered from their surprise and were ready for his attack. The Japanese ships were spotted by the cruiser Boyarin which was patrolling offshore and alerted the Russian defences.

Tōgō chose to attack the Russian coastal defences with his main armament and engage the Russian ships with his secondary guns. Splitting his fire proved to be a bad idea as the Japanese 8-inch (203 mm) and six-inch guns inflicted very little significant damage on the Russian ships who concentrated all their fire on the Japanese ships with some effect. Although a large number of ships on both sides were hit, Russian casualties numbered only 17 while the Japanese suffered 60 killed and wounded before Tōgō disengaged.

Mikasa was hit by two ten-inch shells during the engagement that wounded seven crewmen. [21] The ship participated in the action of 13 April when Tōgō successfully lured out a portion of the Pacific Squadron, including Vice Admiral Stepan Makarov's flagship, the battleship Petropavlovsk. When Makarov spotted the five battleships of the 1st Division, he turned back for Port Arthur and Petropavlovsk struck a minefield laid by the Japanese the previous night. The Russian battleship sank in less than two minutes after one of her magazines exploded, and Makarov was one of the 677 killed.

Emboldened by his success, Tōgō resumed long-range bombardment missions, which prompted the Russians to lay more minefields which sank two Japanese battleships the following month. [22] During the Battle of the Yellow Sea on 10 August, Mikasa was at the head of the column of Japanese battleships and was one of the primary targets of the Russian ships. She was hit twenty times, two of which knocked out her aft 12-inch gun turret, and suffered 125 casualties among her crew.

In turn, she concentrated most of her fire upon the battleships Poltava and Tsesarevich although both ships were only lightly damaged by the Japanese shells which generally failed to penetrate any armour and detonated on impact.

[23] Battle of Tsushima [ edit ] Mikasa as she appeared in 1905 At the Battle of Tsushima on 27 May 1905, Mikasa again led the 1st Fleet into combat, this time against the Second and Third Pacific Squadrons detached from the Baltic Fleet.

The ship opened fire at the battleship Knyaz Suvorov, the Russian flagship, at 14:10, and was joined by the battleship Asahi and the armoured cruiser Azuma shortly afterwards.

Within an hour the Japanese ships had started a serious fire aboard the Russian ship, badly wounded the fleet commander, Vice Admiral Zinovy Rozhestvensky, knocked out her rear twelve-inch gun turret, and jammed Knyaz Suvorov 's steering so that she fell out of formation.

During this time, Mikasa was the focus of the Russian fire as the leading ship in the Japanese column and was hit by 6 twelve-inch and 19 six-inch shells. They did very little damage and Tōgō was able to cross the T of the Russian squadrons.

Knyaz Suvorov 's steering was later repaired, but she blundered between the Japanese and Russian fleets several times later in the battle and Mikasa fired three torpedoes at her to no avail. Later in the battle, the ship appears to have fired mostly on the battleship Borodino although Fuji fired the shots that caused the Russian ship's magazines to explode and sink her.

At 18:04, a twelve-inch shell detonated prematurely in the barrel of the right gun of the forward turret, disabling the gun and knocking out the left gun until 18:40. Another twelve-inch shell had exploded in that same barrel almost two hours earlier, but had not damaged the gun.

One six-inch gun jammed after firing 19 rounds, but the only other damage to any of the ship's guns was one six-inch gun that was disabled by a Russian shell of the same size that entered through the gun port]. She fired 124 twelve-inch shells during the battle, more than any other ship except Asahi 's 142.

In total, Mikasa was hit more than 40 times during the battle, including 10 twelve-inch and 22 six-inch shells, but none of them seriously damaged her. [24] While Mikasa suffered 113 personnel casualties , the entire Japanese force combined only lost 117 men killed and 583 wounded to all causes during the battle.

[25] The new 45-calibre 12-inch guns added during the reconstruction Six days after the Treaty of Portsmouth that ended the war was signed, Mikasa sank at her moorings after a fire and magazine explosion at Sasebo on the night of 11/12 September 1905 that killed 251 crewmen. [26] She was refloated on 7 August 1906, reconstructed and repaired at Sasebo Naval Arsenal. The navy took the opportunity to upgrade her existing armament with more powerful 45-calibre twelve-inch and six-inch guns during the two years it took to repair the ship.

Mikasa was restored to active service on 24 August 1908. [14] In 1912, Mikasa came extremely close to suffering another main magazine detonation, when a suicidal sailor attempted to blow her up at anchor near Kobe. [27] During World War I, she served on coast-defence duties, based at Maizuru, during 1914–15 and was then assigned to the Second and Fifth Squadrons, in that order, for the rest of the war.

The ship supported the Japanese intervention in Siberia during the Russian Civil War during 1921 and was reclassified on 1 September 1921 as a first-class coast-defence ship. [5] On 17 September, Mikasa ran aground near Askold Island off Vladivostok, but was not seriously damaged. [14] Preservation [ edit ] Battleship Mikasa as a museum ship in Yokosuka The ship was decommissioned on 23 September 1923 following the Washington Naval Treaty of 1922 and scheduled for destruction.

However, at the request of the Japanese government, each of the signatory countries to the treaty agreed that Mikasa could be preserved as a memorial ship with her hull encased in concrete. [Note 3] [ citation needed] On 12 November 1926, Mikasa was opened for display in Yokosuka in the presence of Crown Prince Hirohito and Tōgō. Following the surrender of Japan in 1945, the ship deteriorated under control of the occupation forces.

In 1955, Philadelphia businessman John Rubin, formerly of Barrow, England, wrote a letter to the Japan Times about the state of the ship, which was the catalyst for a new restoration campaign. [28] With the support of the Japanese public, and also Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, the restored battleship reopened in 1961. [29] [30] [31] On 5 August 2009, Mikasa was repainted by sailors from USS Nimitz. [32] Mikasa is the only surviving example of a pre-dreadnought battleship in the world.

[33] Mikasa is remembered in Barrow-in-Furness, the town of its construction, by Mikasa Street on Walney Island.

[34] See also [ edit ] • Battleships portal • Russian cruiser Aurora, a surviving Russian warship of the Battle of Tsushima • USS Olympia, a U.S. Navy protected cruiser preserved in Philadelphia • USS Texas, sole surviving dreadnought battleship • Greek cruiser Georgios Averof, the only armored cruiser still afloat Notes [ edit ] • ^ The ironclad frigate Warrior was never officially rated as a battleship by the Royal Navy.

The Greek Georgios Averof, while often referred to as a battleship, is in fact an armoured cruiser. • ^ "cwt" is the abbreviation for hundredweight, 12 cwt referring to the weight of the gun. • ^ The American pre-dreadnought Oregon' was similarly preserved by her namesake state until the Second World War.

• ^ This painting shows Tōgō wearing a sword. In reality, it was prohibited for any officer to wear a sword on this deck for its effect on compass reading. The cushion-like coverings on the compass turret, side railings, and the mast are rolled sailor hammocks as a part of the "prepare for battle" procedure to reduce the risk of shrapnel.

[16] Footnotes [ edit ] • ^ "The one remaining British-built battleship left. • the Military Times". 25 November 2018. • ^ Evans & Peattie, pp. 15, 57–60 • ^ a b Brook 1999, p. 125 • ^ Forczyk, p. 20 • ^ a b c Preston, p. 189 • ^ Jentschura, Jung & Mickel, p. 18 • ^ a b c d e Chesneau & Kolesnik, p.

222 • ^ Jentschura, Jung & Mickel, pp. 18–19 • ^ Brook 1999, p. 126 • ^ Friedman, pp. 270–71 • ^ Friedman, pp. 275–76 • ^ Friedman, p. 114 • ^ Friedman, pp.

118–19 • ^ a b c d Jentschura, Jung & Mickel, p. 19 • ^ Forczyk, p. 28 • ^ Tsukamoto, Yoshitane (4 June 1907). Battle of Sea of Japan as seen from Battleship Asahi. Sōrōkaku Shobō. pp. 49–51. (in Japanese) • ^ Jane, p. 399 • ^ "A Great Battleship" Sketch (November 14, 1900): 133. • ^ Silverstone, p. 334 • ^ "Naval & Military intelligence". The Times. No. 36715. London. 14 March 1902. p. 9. • ^ Forczyk, pp. 24, 41–44 • ^ Forczyk, pp. 45–46 • ^ Forczyk, pp. 48–53 • ^ Campbell, pp. 128–135, 260, 262 • ^ Warner & Warner, p.

519 • ^ Warner & Warner, pp. 536–537 • ^ The Daily Colonist (1912-10-25). University of Victoria Libraries. 1912. {{ cite book}}: CS1 maint: others ( link) • ^ Clark, T. A Century of Shipbuilding: Products of Barrow-in-Furness 1971 pp33-34 ISBN 0852061234 • ^ Corkill, Ednan (18 December 2011).

"How The Japan Times Saved a Foundering Battleship, Twice". The Japan Times . Retrieved 2 August 2012. • ^ [1] Archived 14 November 2012 at the Wayback Machine • ^ Jones, Jenkin Lloyd (1 May 1988). "Chester Nimitz a good winner". Park City Daily News. p. 8A. • ^ Timberlake, Amara R. (26 August 2009). "Nimitz Preserves Ties to Renowned Japanese Warship" (Press release).

United States Navy. • ^ Morrison, Geoffrey (5 August 2016). "Japan's 114-year-old battleship Mikasa: A relic of another time". CNET . Retrieved 21 October 2020. • ^ "Barrow on Japanese TV". North-West Evening Mail. 14 April 2009 . Retrieved 22 July 2015. References [ edit ] • Brook, Peter (1999). Warships for Export: Armstrong Warships 1867–1927. Gravesend, UK: World Ship Society. ISBN 0-905617-89-4. • Campbell, N.J.M. (1978). "The Battle of Tsu-Shima".

In Preston, Antony (ed.). Warship II. London: Conway Maritime Press. pp. 46–49, 127–135, 186–192, 258–265. ISBN 0-87021-976-6. • Croft, William H. (1983). "Question 41/82". Warship International. International Naval Records Organization. XX (4): 427–428. ISSN 0043-0374. • Chesneau, Roger & Kolesnik, Eugene M., eds.

(1979). Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1860–1905. Greenwich, UK: Conway Maritime Press. ISBN 0-8317-0302-4. • Forczyk, Robert (2009). Russian Battleship vs Japanese Battleship, Yellow Sea 1904–05. Oxford, UK: Osprey. ISBN 978 1-84603-330-8. • Evans, David & Peattie, Mark R. (1997). Kaigun: Strategy, Tactics, and Technology in the Imperial Japanese Navy, 1887–1941.

Annapolis, Maryland: Naval Institute Press. ISBN 0-87021-192-7. • Friedman, Norman (2011). Naval Weapons of World War One. Barnsley, UK: Seaforth. ISBN 978-1-84832-100-7. • Jane, Fred T. (1904). The Imperial Japanese Navy. London, Calcutta: Thacker, Spink & Co. OCLC 1261639. • Jentschura, Hansgeorg; Jung, Dieter & Mickel, Peter (1977). Warships of the Imperial Japanese Navy, 1869–1945. Annapolis, Maryland: United States Naval Institute. ISBN 0-87021-893-X. • Lengerer, Hans & Ahlberg, Lars (2019).

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