In the Attack on Titan wikia they often mention other nations aside Eldia and Marley which supposedly have more advanced technology than this 2 nations. Which other known nations are there in Attack on Titan world aside Eldia and Marley and why are they more advanced than Marley when only Eldia is supposed to be isolated from the world?

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    I don't recall how many nations there are and how they're called but I do remember that the main cause of their technology being more advanced than Marleys is because Marley relied on their possession of the titans too much as opposed to the other nations who don't have a single one available to them. They were fighting against the titans which required their technology to advance at a higher rate.
    – Gravinco
    Sep 25 '18 at 15:45

Aside from Marley and Eldia, the "Middle Eastern Allied Countries" (中東連合国), a certain "Eastern Country" (東の国), and a part of the world called the "Orient" (東洋) are mentioned. Mikasa is an Oriental. The Eastern Country and the Middle Eastern countries are probably part of the Orient, but these are not clear. As to whether or not they are more technologically advanced than Marley and Eldia, I don't know.


The name of an Eastern Country, "Hizuru" is mentioned in Chapter 98. Mikasa is a descendant of a once powerful clan in Hizuru.
As for the technological level of Hizuru, it isn't clear if it's higher than Eldia or Marley. We only know from Chapter 107 that Paradi is about 100 years behind the rest of the world, and that Hizuru will help Paradi catch up.


In season 4 episode 4 of the anime, close to the end of the episode, they mention a woman comes from a nation of the west, a nation called Hizuru.


There's this Attack On Titan Universe map that I found somewhere in the web, enter image description here

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    Welcome to Anime.SE! "Somewhere in the web" doesn't seem like a particularly reliable source. Is there anything to suggest that this map is accurate, especially since it makes no mention of Eldia?
    – F1Krazy
    Dec 8 '20 at 9:59
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    Also, for what it's worth, this looks like the real world map but inverted.
    – Aki Tanaka
    Dec 8 '20 at 14:53

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