'Attack on Titan' Season 2 Sets Focus On Fighting Destructive Titans? Mikasa Angers Eren?

By , UniversityHerald Reporter

"Attack on Titan" Season 2 storyline seemed to be fixed in the idea that Eren and his team  face obstacles of their own. The upcoming season has been filled with a lot of speculations regarding its reported updates.

Other reports have surfaced which suggest that the episodes of "Attack on Titan" Season 2 will be focusing mainly on  the fighting against the destructive titans. But the brawl between the titan form of Eren and Armin is not expected to take place, iTech Post reported.

While there has yet to be a confirmation regarding the transformation of Armin into a titan, the rumors about the much-anticipated storyline is building up for the Season 2. Also, the reports about Eren's being mad at Mikasa are now circulating.

In addition to this, rumors also suggest that Eren would still make sure that his friends are safe in spite of the obstacles that he would encounter. But, it seems that the upcoming episodes of the "Attack on Titan" Season 2 will not be the same.

Some reports imply that the secrets of the Reiss family are expected to be revealed when the Season 2 begins airing. Yet, the creators have remained silent regarding the rumored storyline and have not made any confirmation about these speculations, which could only be affirmed once the epic anime segment airs.

Moreover, the likelihood that Eren would be faced with fear when the Season 2 makes a comeback is also being rumored. However, other reports also suggest that there had been no direct link that the rumor about the reason behind this fear would be confirmed in the upcoming Season 2.

"Attack on Titan" Season 2 creators are keeping their silence for now regarding these speculations. In fact, no formal reports have been made yet about the exact schedule for the airing of the anime segment, Parent Herald reported.

Watch the "Attack on Titan" Season 2 preview here.

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