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Grisha Yeager
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Grisha character image

Name Grisha Yeager
Biological Information
Gender Male
Height 182 cm
Weight 78 kg
Affiliates Kalura Yeager (wife, deceased)
Eren Yeager (son)
Mikasa Ackerman (adoptive daughter)
Species Human
Status Alive
First Appearance
Manga To You, 2000 Years From Now
Anime To You, 2000 Years From Now
Voice actor
Anime Hiroshi Tsuchida (Japanese)

Chris Hury (English)

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Dr. Grisha Yeager (グリシャ・イェーガー Gurisha Yēgā?, sometimes romanized as Grisha Jaeger) is a doctor who lived in Shiganshina District before it fell. He is the father of Eren Yeager. Hannes said he was the one responsible for saving hundreds of lives from a plague that hit mankind.[1][2]

Story

Fall of Shiganshina arc

Dr Yeager Escapes

Grisha's farewell

At the beginning of the story, Dr. Yeager is living in Shiganshina District with his wife, Kalura; his son, Eren; and his adoptive daughter, Mikasa Ackerman. He keeps the basement of his house locked and doesn't allow anyone inside. Before the wall fell he promised Eren that he'd show him what was in the basement when he got back.

After the fall of Wall Maria, a tearful Dr. Yeager injects a serum into Eren's left arm, which Eren believes is responsible for giving him the ability to shift into a Titan. Dr. Yeager tells Eren that the serum will cause memory loss and gives him the key to the basement, saying that all of the answers can be found there.

Dr. Yeager then disappeared, and has not been seen for five years since then.

104th Trainees Squad arc

After extensive training, Keith Shadis expresses to himself that Dr. Yeager would be proud of his son, Eren, and that he's finally becoming a soldier.

The Uprising arc

When Eren transforms into a Titan to make some experiments, he's asked by Hange to try and communicate with them. He states by writing on the ground that he doesn't know how to harden his body. He then sloppily writes "My father... to me", referring to Dr. Yeager.[3]

References

  1. Attack on Titan Manga: Chapter 3, page 22
  2. Attack on Titan Anime: Episode 1
  3. Attack on Titan Manga: Chapter 53, Page 13

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