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'Attack on Titan' Season 2 Release Date Imminent?; Wall Creator's Not Human; Largest Titan's Not Colossal; Eren's Power Explained

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Fans have waited "Attack on Titan" Season 2 release for eternity. The Japanese series' second season has been delayed due to animation development.

"Attack on Titan" Season 2 Storyline: The Wall Creator will be Revealed?

There hasn't been much explanation about the Wall except that people must live inside to prevent themselves from being attacked by the Titans.

In the second season of "Attack on Titan", the Wall creator might be revealed but it is not like how viewers have perceived it. Many have thought that the Wall was built by humans but they couldn't possibly do that especially when there are Titans everywhere.

In the next series, it is highly likely that the anime will finally spill out a little secret about the Wall including the history of the Kingdom.

"Attack on Titan" Season 2 Storyline: Another Huge Titan will Appear?

Rumor has it that viewers will finally able to find out another large Titan - bigger than Colossal Titan. In fact, it is huge enough to be the strongest and largest among the pack. This new Titan is a resemblance of Gorilla. According to familiar source, the Titan will easily win over Armored Titan.

"Attack on Titan" Season 2 Storyline: Eren's Source of Power will be Discoverred?

Eren's father gave the key to his basement and according to MobiPicker, this will answer the burning question, "How does Eren get his power?"

The anime series hasn't talked much about the source of Eren's power as to why he is able to transform into Titan. In Season 2, viewers will find out who has given the power to Eren and it is pretty surprising to find out that it comes from his inner circle. His ability was initially given due to a vengeful incident that has hurt the giver.

"Attack on Titan" Season 2 Release Date

"Attack on Titan" Season 2 will be released in Spring 2017, according to IGN.

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