Many fans considerAttack on Titan is one of the best manga and anime series ever. While the manga came to an end a year ago, the anime is still going strong, with fans excited for the third part of the final season.
As incredible as the plot is Attack the titans , there were some missed opportunities to add more to the story and make it even better. As fans expect more adaptations and a sequel or prequel, maybe these things will see the light of day.
10 It Would Have Been Nice To See More Of Mike
Mike Zacharias is one of the strongest characters on Attack on Titan. Before Levi, he was considered humanity’s strongest soldier in Paradis and defeated many titans. The Beast Titan ended up killing him early in the Clash of the Titans arc. Although Mike was respected by many soldiers and proved to be very powerful, little is known about him as he was a minor character. It would have been great to see the battles he fought and learn more about his history before he was killed.
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9 Little is known about Darío despite being so important
Darius is another important character in the Paradis military, as he was the general of the Survey Corps, Garrison, and Military Police, overseeing all three branches. He made many important decisions throughout the series and had even more power than characters like Erwin and Pixis. However, like Mike, little is known about his character and how he came to be a general. many soldiers of Attack the titans They’ve had great backstories, but Darius wasn’t one of them.
8 Levi’s Original Squad Could Have Had A Bigger Character Arc
When Eren first joined the Survey Corps, he was part of Levi’s Special Operations Squad. At that time, the other members were Eld, Petra, Oluo, and Gunther. Sadly, they were killed off shortly after being introduced, which saddened many loving fans (especially Petra).
Although their deaths were very important to the story as they affected both Eren and Levi, it would have been nice to see more moments leading up to their deaths as Eren had been with them for quite some time but was only seen interacting with them in a few scenes.
7 Levi And Mikasa Might Have Been Closer Once They Knew They Were Related
Little was known about Levi at the beginning of the series. In part, this was because he had been conceived as a mysterious character, but he didn’t know much about his own past either. It was not until the death of his uncle Kenny that he learned that they were descendants of the Ackerman clan, to which Mikasa also belonged. Understanding that they were related may have made the two soldiers bond more strongly, and although they fought together for years, they never became as close.
6 It Would Have Been Nice To See What Other Characters Did During The Timeskip
Attack the titans had a big time jump between the Return to Shiganshina and Marley arcs. Since the ending of the Marley arc and the War for Paradise arc provide flashbacks to show what the main characters were doing during the years the story initially jumped, not all characters were shown. It would have been great to see what both the protagonists and antagonists did as Eren learned more about the outside world and the genocide he would commit in the future.
5 There Could Have Been More Background To Allied Middle Eastern Forces
The beginning of Marley’s arc introduced the Allied Forces Middle East, one of Marley’s greatest enemies. The Warrior Unit managed to win their war against them, but little was known about their conflict and the battles that led to it.
Although this makes sense, since the Middle East Allied Forces fight wasn’t as big a deal as the conflict between Marley and Paradis, it would be great to see a spin-off of Marley’s battles with them one day.
4 It Would Have Been Great To See The Great War Of The Titans
Attack the titans not only did it have a major time jump, but there were also many scenes that took place before the main characters were born, such as Grisha’s life in Marley and Ymir Fritz’s story. A major event that is only mentioned is the Great War of the Titans, which took place a century before the beginning of the story. Many fans wanted to see Titans War instead of just hearing about it, so it would also be great if it became a spin-off.
3 Hizuru Could Have Been More Important
Hizuru was a very interesting country in the world of Attack on Titan, as Mikasa’s ancestors ruled it and it was the only nation that didn’t hate Paradis. The Hizuru people who worked with the Survey Corps, especially Kiyomi, were built to be more important than they ended up being, so it would have been great to learn more about Hizuru. Although many fans believed that Eren had killed a lot of people in Hizuru during the Rumbling, he wasn’t that shocking because they weren’t introduced to any of the characters that were there at the time.
2 arcs revolving around the studio bodies fighting normal titans would have been a nice addition
Some fans enjoyed more than Attack the titans before many changeable titans were introduced, when it was simply about the Survey Corps fighting normal and even abnormal titans. These fans believe that the series could have benefited from one or two arcs in which the main antagonists were the predators of humanity. While it would have been interesting to see more of this in the main story, keep in mind that many arcs of a prequel, Attack on Titan: Before the Fail, they offered this.
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The worst of Attack on Titan: Before the Fall is possibly not connecting to the main story as much as it could have. Other prequels and spin-offs, such as No Regrets and Lost Girlsthey did a better job of connecting their stories with Attack on Titan.
Although the main reason for this is that those spin-offs revolved around beloved characters from the main story and Before the fail didn’t because it takes place decades earlier, it still makes sense that the prequel characters are alive in the main story and could have been introduced in Before the Fall. The prequel could also have allowed its characters to learn more about the outside world, like Eren did, and have their memories wiped by the Founding Titan, since one of his heirs wiped his civilians’ memories anyway. Not having more connections was a missed opportunity for both stories.