Armin Arlert, Strategic genius of the 104th trainees squad

Let’s meet Armin Arlert

In Attack on Titan, Armin Arlert is a childhood friend of Eren Yeager and Mikasa Ackerman, that is one of the main characters in the series. He may seem the weakest physical link in the 104th Trainees Squad, but his high intelligence and strategic genius make him an invaluable asset to the squad.

Armin is selfless and loyal, and a real worrier always worrying for his friends safety. He is so selfless that he would offer himself up to save a friend (He did that for Mikasa). In his friendship with Mikasa and Eren, Armin is the levelheaded one, keeping his friends under control when their emotions slip from under them. In the beginning he might have seem meek and cowardly, and Armin was a little, but he acknowledged his weaknesses, allowing his potential to shine bright, which cause him to become more confident in himself. We can all learn from this, Armin’s character teaches us to acknowledge our short coming, to learn to accept them and allow our untapped potential to grow and evolve within us.

Here is a super sugoi Attack on Titan wallpaper for your enjoyment. To download, right-click one the picture and select the ‘save image as’ option.

Attack on Titan wallpaper (size 1920 x1080)

Attack on Titan Wallpaper

Attack on Titan Wallpaper

We also bring you the official music video of Linked Horizon’s Guren no Yumiya which is the first Attack on Titan opening song. Here follow the link:

Anime Character Birthdays Week 1 of November

Let’s look at the Anime Character Birthdays for this week. Who knows maybe someone shares a birthday with one of us!

Anime Birthdays (November 02, 2015 – November 08, 2015)

November 2015
02 Hayate Gekkou (Naruto)
03 Allen Crusade Schezar VIII (Vision of Escaflowne), Armin Arlert (Attack on Titan)
04 Mihoshi (Tenchi Muyo)
05 Daimyo of the Land of Wind (Naruto)
06 Uryuu Ishida (Bleach)
07 Gorgon Ox (Saint Seiya)
08 Pan (Dragon Ball GT)

Holidays in Japan

On November 3rd it will be Bunka no Hi, or Culture Day in Japan. To learn more on this cultural holiday, please follow this link: