Introduction

Attack on Titan (Shingeki no Kyojin) is a Japanese manga series created by Hajime Isayama. It was serialized in Kodansha's monthly Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine from September 2009 to April 2021. The story began with a simple premise set in a world where humanity was terrorized by giant humanoid beings, until the story gradually progresses to tackle very sensitive political and social themes like war, natalism, racism, cycle of hatred, psychological traumas, family, and child abuse. There are also some elements that reflect real, historical events so a great many of these issues really hit close to home.

After the manga finale, many fans around the world voiced great disappointed and concern when such deep and relatable issues were not properly addressed. In the canon ending, these serious and complex themes, character development, and world building were forgotten or reduced to romance and some comedic scenes which goes against the established darker and more serious tone of the series. Hence the mission of AOTNOREQUIEM is to give those who were unsatisfied with the ending, who grew up with with series and held it close to their hearts a proper closure and also a fitting and satisfactory conclusion to what we all believed was a modern masterpiece.

AOT no Requiem will explore an alternate ending that is the opposite of the canon one. It is a rewrite of the last three chapters of Attack on titan (137, 138, 139) and combined into ONE long chapter updated into parts. It will still follow the events of the previous chapters, so please continue to support Attack on Titan’s official release. Thank you.

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Disclaimer

All publicly recognizable characters, settings, etc. are the property of Kodansha and Hajime Isayama along with the original characters and plot.. Kodansha/Hajime Isayama is in no way associated with the owners, creators, or producers of any previously copyrighted material. No copyright infringement is intended.

AoT no Requiem is a work of FANFICTION, as such it falls under fair use by virtue of being non-commercial, appropriating only the concept of the original characters and plot (no direct asset-borrowing) and by making a big enough change to the original story to not be a redraw.