'Attack On Titan' Season 2 Spoilers: New Characters Introduced, Chief Erwin Dies?

By KLDatoy - 03 Oct '16 21:54PM
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With the massive success of "Attack on Titan" Season 1, many are anticipating "Attack on Titan" Season 2 and it is apparently the most awaited anime series next year.

As of now, there is still no confirmation as to when would be the release of "Attack on Titan" Season 2. With that, fans settle on spoilers for the upcoming film. Many believe that Season 2 will be dealing with the secrets and the origin of the Titans inside the walls.

It is said that the second season will be about the Clash of the Titans and the Uprising manga chapters and it is also reported to be the last season based on the manga, according to International Business Times.

"Attack on Titan" Season 2 Episode 1 is allegedly titled Basement. One of the plots on the first episode will involve Dr. Yaeger and the secrets in his basement, Ecumenical News reported. Because Dr. Yaeger told Eren that the basement will lead to “answers to the many questions in the world,” Eren will express his interest to re-visit his old house.

Aside from that, Chief Erwin will die caused by serious injuries that he will acquire from the battle. Because of his death, the team of Armin, Eren, Levi, Sasha, Hanji and Mikasa will battle with the Titans without him. Hanji will also be named as the new leader of the corps, but it would be very hard for the team to battle without Chief Erwin.

What make it even more particularly difficult are the suspicions against other people from inside the walls. Fighting the Titans will be become more challenging for the corps.

Season 2 will pick up from where Season 1 left off and fans can expect that there will be a big shift in the story throughout the season.


Although the release date of the show remains unconfirmed, Chatt Sports Net article reported that it could be set for release on April 2017.

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