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Words that shook the walls and the world: the most memorable dialogue in Attack on Titan
Words that shook the walls and the world: the most memorable dialogue in Attack on Titan

If you win, you live. If you lose, you die. If you don’t fight, you can’t win!

One of the most impressive and remarkable classic dialogues in Attack on Titan, which has been welcomed by fans in North America, is a speech by the character Erwin Smith. The speech takes place in Season 3, Episode 17, during the Battle of Shiganshina, as Erwin leads the Survey Corps in a desperate charge against the Titans.

“Soldiers, listen up!

We are humanity’s first line of defense!

We are the ones who stand between the Titans and the people they would devour!

And so, as long as even one of us remains standing,

we will not give up on this fight! We will not give up

until we have won or we have all breathed our last breaths!”

The difference in judgement between you and me, originates from different rules derived from past experience.
The difference in judgement between you and me, originates from different rules derived from past experience.

Those who can’t abandon anything, will fail to protect anything.

This speech encapsulates the spirit of the Survey Corps and their dedication to protecting humanity, even in the face of overwhelming odds. It has resonated with fans for its emotional impact, as well as its powerful message of courage and determination.

The speech has also been immortalized in various forms of media, such as memes, fan art, and merchandise, demonstrating its lasting impact on the fandom.

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