Ok, as far as I know, there are 3 types of hardening.

  • White hardening = Jaw and Warhammer
  • Blue/Crystal hardening = Female, Attack and Beast
  • Natural hardening = Armored

My question now is, are those abilities combinable if those are different kinds of hardening? Like could the armored, jaw, or the Warhammer also be able to have additional crystal hardening?


There is no such thing called "white" hardening, Warhammer hardening is crystal type, like female or attack titan, and Jaw hardening is neither natural nor white(crystal), but it looks like the natural type. so because armored titan is the only titan that can do natural hardening, there won't be any hardening combination.

EDIT : I was wrong about Warhammer's body, it IS hardening but I don't think it's different from other types of hardening

  • Why are they shown so differently then? Jan 30 '21 at 8:34
  • @DieserCoookie you'll understand if you pay more attention, Warhammer titan whole body and weapons are white, it's NOT hardened. the only hardened part is the wielder's body which is crystal. Annie's hardening, Eren's fists, all of them are the same crystal, the only difference is their color which I don't think is an important subject to put your mind into, it's like titans eyes, for someone it's purple( Frieda Reiss), green(eren jager) and etc
    – YO_USA
    Jan 30 '21 at 10:38
  • Just to point out that Warhammer's body does have hardened titan covering/skin/flesh But yes, the hardening don't have types, durability is almost same as it seems. As when eren also hardened his hand to prevent war hammer's attack pierce his neck (which is hardened weapon) it did prevent barely. (Note that jaw's different) Rest i don't think colour is any indication.
    – AdiG15
    Jan 30 '21 at 14:32
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    So its just a kind of style? - underwhelming but thanks for clarification Jan 30 '21 at 19:43

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