‘Attack On Titan’ Season 2 Episode 4 -5 Recap, Spoilers: ‘Historia’ Reveals The True And Shocking Identities Of Ymir And Krista?
The title of the next episode of "Attack on Titan" Season 2 Episode 5 is "Historia." This title already reveals some hints about the upcoming episode. Some fans are suggesting it may dwell into the background history of some of its characters. Some spoilers suggest that these back stories will reveal the true identities of Ymir, as well as Krista.
Avid followers of the anime will recall that the soldiers of the 104th Division were holed-up in the Utgard Castle In "Attack on Titan" Season 2 Episode 4. They were trapped inside the castle with hordes of titans attacking the walls. It is only a matter of time before they are decimated. And then something happens that will shock all the embattled soldiers.
Ymir Did Something That Will Save The Lives Of His Comrades
In "Attack on Titan" Season 2 Episode 4, Ymir did something that she thinks will save her comrades from the titans although it will put her life in danger. Ymir jumped out from the top of the tower in Utgard Castle down to the titans who were trying to climb the castle's wall. Her friend Krista was shocked at his seemingly careless regard for his life.
She Transformed Into A Titan
While she's going down, she slashes her right hands and instantly, she transforms into a titan beast to the amazement and shock of all her comrades, including Krista and Reiner. But turned into a Titan she did. Ymir proceeded to fight the Titans back, tearing those who are nearest her to pieces. This sets the scenario of "Attack on Titan" Season 2 Episode 5 titled "Historia."
'Historia' May Reveal The Real Identities Of Ymir and Krista
Based on the "Historia" title, it seems the upcoming episode will focus on the back story of Ymir and Krista. There are some "Attack on Titan" Season 2 Episode 5 spoilers suggesting that it will feature the time when Ymir and Krista were still training to be soldiers. At that time, they promised each other that they will live lives that they can be proud of. It appears that this episode will reveal the true identities of Ymir and Krista and why they are very close to each other. "Historia" is scheduled to air on April 29 at Crunchyroll and FUNimation.
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