Attack on Titan‘s final season has just ended… well, at least for the time being anyway. Fans of the series were thrilled to hear that the show will be extending its final season with a part 2 that is set to air next Winter, 2022.
This seems like the most logical choice for the series as the first half of the season ended on a huge cliffhanger. If you’re caught up on the manga then odds are you understand how much content is left to be covered, and while the show’s studio, MAPPA, could have elected to cram it all into a movie, a lot of content would have had to be cut in order to do so.
Now that we know part 2 is coming and while we have a whole year to wait around for it, we decided to list a few of the biggest questions we have that need to be answered by the time the series fully comes to an end next Winter.
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Here are four questions we need answered in part 2 of Attack on Titan’s final season.
The show has been full of twists and turns since the first attack on the Shiganshina District in season 1. Since then we’ve seen Eren grow as a character and change in a lot of different ways but until this season, we’ve never seen an Eren like this.
Eren has changed, he is older, harsher, and more distant from his friends and ex-comrades from the scout regiment –but most importantly, he is more determined now than ever.
Eren has clearly been plotting things for a long time. He spent months hiding in Marley, learning about its people, and secretly communicating with his allies back in Paradis in preparation for the raid on Liberio which he planned alongside his brother, Zeke. All of which was only phase one of his plans.
Jump forward a bit to where the last episode ended off and we have talks about Zeke’s euthanasia plan to remove Eldians’ ability to breed so no one else will be born with the ability to turn into a titan.
However, we don’t know whether or not Eren believes in this plan himself. Considering how confident and determined Eren appears to be at this point in the series, it is very possible that he has his own plan hidden up his sleeve.
At the start of this season, Willy Tybur predicted that Eren would start the Rumbling and use the titans in the walls to destroy the world. Whether or not this is actually Eren’s plan, we’ll have to wait and see.