The attack of the Titans The final season saw many characters having to make tough decisions and change the way they see the world, but perhaps no character has changed more from the early parts of the series than Eren Jaeger. Now trying to use the power of the Founding Titan to sterilize the Eldian race to end the power of the Titans, he formed his own cult of followers known as the Jaegerists, with voice actor Yuki Kaji sharing that he shed a few tears when it came to bringing young Jaeger to life.
In a recent interview with NHK Japan, a popular TV station in the East, voice actor Yuki Kaji shared a number of behind-the-scenes details about his portrayal of the astronomically changed Attack On Titan protagonist. since the series first hit the small screen, also taking the opportunity to share how his connection to the character brought him to tears during recording sessions:
“If they are the same words, is it possible to express them differently? Asking myself this question, I studied what would be the closest feeling to this thought and it made me think about how good this manga is. It’s great that change has had on Eren and his emotions. Even if you think about it, you will feel how painful it must have felt. When I was reading the script and dubbing some scenes from home about my victory, at that moment I couldn’t stop thinking. Even though I had already read the manga and knew what was going to happen, when it came to acting, I really felt what Eren felt and couldn’t help but shed tears .
Currently, with the return of the second half of The attack of the Titans last season, Eren placed himself in quite a predicament, now facing the entirety of Marley’s forces on his own, with the Armored Titan, Jaw Titan, and Cart Titan all working in unison for revenge. of his attack on their country and its soldiers earlier in season four. Needless to say, expect even more changes in Eren’s life before the series reaches the final battle.
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