‘Attack on Titan’ season 2 episode 6 spoilers: More shocking revelations made

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A promotional image for the anime "Attack on Titan."

More revelations are on the way as episode six of “Attack on Titan” season 2 comes out this week.

After Christa’s real name (Historia) was revealed, fans online are speculating what the next revelation concerning her backstory will be, among other things. However, the trailer doesn’t reveal much as far as Christa/Historia is concerned.

As for the others, however, things will start to get interesting as a cloud of confusion covers the Scout Regiment after the team from Stohess learns that Wall Rose was not breached. Furthermore, the Scout Regiment will opt to return to Trost with questions regarding the latest Titan Attacks that took place.

Another interesting teaser offered by the trailer involves Eren coming face-to-face with a shocking secret that could very well change the landscape. It is still unknown if this points to something good or bad. However, the trailer shows Eren biting his hand to draw blood and morph to his Titan form. Moreover, a sense of wrath, anger, and urgency filled his transformation scene. The emotions he showed could signal that something terrible is looming.

Lastly, the trailer also gave a glimpse of Reiner who looks troubled about something. Rumors suggest that learning about Ymir devouring his old friend possibly caused his distress. Reiner’s predicament is somewhat tricky, considering that Ymir saved them and took all the beating and injuries from the Titans.

Meanwhile, a report from Crunchyroll confirmed that a new series of “Attack on Titan” jewelry recently rolled out. It features a special necklace molded after Eren’s key and a pair of rings based on Eren and Levi. Material Crown collaborated with the anime to create the pieces of jewelry. Interested fans can pre-order the items through the Premium Bandai website.

“Attack on Titan” season 2 airs every Saturday in different various Japanese Networks. Fans outside Japan can watch it via online streaming through Anime Lad, FUNimation, Crunchyroll, and Hulu.