Palworld Aot Inspired Build
Michelle Cornelia

A Palworld player managed to build a city with neighborhoods divided between walls, just like in Attack on Titan.

Over the past few weeks, we’ve seen players unleash their creativity on Palworld. For example, one player managed to build an insanely huge water slide base, which some consider a childhood dream, while another made an amazing “unsinkable” base hidden in a waterfall.

Despite all the construction limitations in the game, it is clear that it does not stop the imagination and creativity of the players. Recently, another player showed off his crazy building skills by creating a “Palcity” that looks like it was inspired by the Attack on Titan anime.

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Slapped to one of Attack on Titan’s opening songs, the player gave viewers a tour of the city from above in the clip. Posted on Reddit. The clip shows that the city has different neighborhoods divided between the inner walls, the number of houses leading to the tower in the innermost circle decreases.

The whole concept of this city reminded some players of Wall Maria, Wall Rose and Wall Sheena directly from Hajime Isayama’s masterpiece. And of course, it didn’t take long for the post to blow up, with others praising the OP’s build skills and similarity to the anime.

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“BRO WAT THE F**K dude, you are literally playing a whole other game of HOLY S**T.

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Meanwhile, someone said, “Watch out, a Titan might come and start tearing things apart.”

Another user couldn’t help but wonder: “What would be Titan’s closest friend in the game?” Maybe because Relaxaurus are huge and dumb?

“Now install a mod that adds big dudes attacking your city. Then create a group called the Survey Corps and assign them to defend your ‘city,’” another chimed in, pitching their idea.

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All Attack on Titan comments aside, there are other players who think the city looks like Ba Sing Se from Avatar and King’s Landing from Game of Thrones.