There exists much information that should be added to this article. You can help by expanding it.
This page needs additional or higher-quality images. You can help by uploading some.
This article has a collection of images to further represent its content. To see its gallery, visit Evangelion Mark.12/Gallery.

Evangelion Mark.12 (EVANGELION Mark.12[?]) is an Evangelion Unit belonging to the Rebuild of Evangelion film tetralogy. It appears in the movie Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon A Time. Mark.12 is the Master of the NHG Gebet and is one of the remaining Adams. Like the other vessels of Adam, the Mark.12 is piloted by the Advanced Ayanami Series.


This unit shares the design of the vessels of Adam units with the distinct coloring of silver and black and two extra lines on the left of its face mask to show the Roman numerals for 12 (XII). Like the other vessels of Adam, a small SEELE (Rebuild) insignia can be seen on the Mark 12's forehead.


Mark.12 (Along with the other vessels of Adam) does not have a A.T. Field. It has the ability to produce a halo below or behind it to levitate. It also possess the ability to open its masks to fire beams of light.

These sections contain spoilers pertaining to new or unreleased content. Read ahead at your own risk!


Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon A Time

Mark.12 is seen alongside Evangelion Mark.10 and Evangelion Mark.11 on the crystal peaks of the NHG Erlösung as the three units corner Unit-08γ. After Unit-08y's attack and subsequent overlapping of Mark.10 and Mark.11, Mark.12 is seen cowering in defense. While its defeat is never show, Unit-08γ later appears with all four halos indicating it had overlapped Mark.12 as well and uses the beam power acquired to sinks the 3 NERV ships.

It is last seen as it vanishes from the world, inside the Unit-08γ as part of the Final Evangelion.

Spoilers end here.


  • The white decals correspond to those on the NHG Gebet, since it is the master of the airship. This color also corresponds to Conquest, one of the Horsemen of the Apocalypse as shown in the 1887 painting by Viktor Vasnetsov.