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‘Attack on Titan’ Season 2 Spoilers: ‘Attack on Titan’ Character Was Originally Meant To Die; Connie’s Struggles [VIDEO]


"Attack on Titan" aficionados know that no character in the Japanese manga series is totally safe. The "Attack on Titan" keeps viewers right on the edge of their seats for the reason that even the main protagonists can be liquidated anytime. Series creator Hajime Isayama made it known that one of the most beloved characters in the "Attack on Titan" was originally meant to die.

"Attack on Titan" fans were thrilled by the return of the series for its second season this month. Since its premiere, the "Attack on Titan" season 2 has heavily focused on the friendly, fun-loving girl, Sasha Blouse. Considering how intense the events in the season 2 premiere, fanatics were worried that the potato-loving girl would die when she confronts with the Titan from her hometown.

Nonetheless, Sasha came out of the episode alive. Series creator Isayama stated that Sasha may have survived her final stand against the Titan, but "Attack on Titan" aficionados won't know until when the series creator will keep her alive, Comic Book reported.

Meanwhile, the "Attack on Titan" season 2 episode 3 official synopsis would showcase Conny Springer's hometown, which is empty, and only a Titan is left lying on his home's remains. Conny then heard a faint voice and it appears to have come from the Titan. At the same time, the first elite unit of the military garrison fights the Titans on the eastern line, Entertainment News Access reported.

Also, the latest "Attack on Titan" season 2 preview clip revealed that Conny is currently struggling to know the condition of his family. Nevertheless, the "Attack on Titan" character later starts believing that his family might have made a run before the Titans attacked. That being said, the "Attack on Titan" season 2 episode 3 is expected to fire up on Crunchyroll and FUNimation on April 15, 2017.

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