Rivamika timeline!

Ever wonder when Isayama started to weave together Levi and Mikasa’s story in Shingeki no Kyojin? I made a thing - a (mostly) manga timeline - a rivamika timeline. So there are spoilers here. 

Some panels in this timeline can be a little surprising, because it shows Isayama-sensei had plans for these two much earlier than we thought.

It spans manga chapters: 02, 9.5, 10, 14, 17, 19, 22, 23, 29, 30, 32, 33, 36, 37, 45 & 51 as well as the INSIDE KOU databook and episode 16 of the anime.

Please note the following are actually the japanese manga chapter / guidebook release dates, so everything follows a real-life chronological order.

They said that if someone bothered to gather all Rivamika moments in a post it would become insanely long… caution: this is the post.

Part 2 is located here.

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Jurnal - 22.04.2017

02:10 pm

“Tu ma iubesti?”

“[…] am realizat ca mereu a existat sentimentul. Niciodata nu a trecut. […] Iti multumesc ca existi”

In urma cu cateva luni: “nu simt nimic”


Am bac si admitere, omule. Tot ce vreau e liniste si multa cafea.
Pe cine incerc sa mint? Intre pauzele de invatat te vreau pe tine. Si daca ma gandesc mai bine te vreau si cand imi beau cafeaua. 

Scientific Experiment

Purpose: On April 13th, a 22 minute long video was published showing Mark, a member of the band Got7, making ramen and eating it. Throughout this video, the Mark flips his hair numerous times. The purpose of this experiment is to count and analyze the times that he performs a hair-flip and determine his hair-flips per minute (or HPM).

Example of aforementioned hair-flip:

Procedure: In performing this experiment, the first procedure is to count the number of hair-flips and the seconds of the video during which they occurred. Next, one must enter this data into Excel or a similar spreadsheet program and use the software to analyze the HPM and create graphs representing the trends throughout the video. 

Data: In total, Mark flipped his hair thirty times during the video, each one lasting (on average) one to three seconds (however there was one that took approximately 4.5 seconds occurring at 17:10). A list of the time during the video of each hair-flip can be found below:

00:09, 1:07, 1:53, 2:53, 3:24, 4:09, 4:35, 4:37, 5:08, 6:19, 6:50, 7:50, 7:52, 9:29, 9:54, 11:47, 13:06, 14:43, 16:49, 17:10, 18:02, 18:03, 19:10, 19:11, 19:38, 19:41, 19:59, 20:27, 21:16, 21:33

Calculations: Mark flips his hair approximately .02226 times per second, or about 1.13357 times per minute.


This chart is a timeline showing the second of the video when each hair-flip occurred. 

This chart shows the number of hair-flips that occurred during each minute of the video. The minute lasting from 19:00-19:59 contained the most hair-flips (five) and from 8:00-8:59, 10:00-10:59, 12:00-12:59, 15:00-15:59, and 22:00-22:28 there were no hair-flips.

Conclusion: During this video, Mark has an alarmingly high HPM. The implications of this data are uncertain, yet it is clear that this unusual HPM is reason for further study and concern.

(also shoutout to @fluffyjackson for your help!!)