The Fruits Basket season 3 trailer shows a heartbreaking final season, where Tohru Honda tries to save Kyo and break the curse on the Sohma / Zodiac family.
the Fruit basquet The third season trailer shows Tohru desperately trying to save Kyo. Fruit basquet tells the story of the cursed Sohma family, who become an animal of the zodiac when embraced by the opposite sex. When Tohru Honda, a kind-hearted orphan girl, meets the Sohma family, their lives change forever. Fruit basquet is the second anime adaptation based on the award-winning manga of the same name by Natsuki Takaya.
The third season trailer shows a tear from a final season. Akito, the mysterious head of the Sohma family, appears to be falling apart as the curse weakens, thanks in part to Tohru’s determination and love. Yuki Sohma also appears, wanting to tell Machi the truth. Check out the full trailer for Funimation below.
Fruit basquet has been an immensely popular Shoujo manga / anime series for years, mainly due in part to the growth of Tohru’s character throughout the series. An important part of Tohru’s character arc is that she can finally accept that it’s okay to be selfish, especially when it comes to acknowledging that she has fallen in love with Kyo Sohma. In the trailer, she acknowledges that the main reason she wants to break the Sohma / Zodiac curse is so as not to lose Kyo (who loves her too). Kyo was born as the unfortunate 13th member of the Zodiac, inheriting the spirit of the cat who originally defied the god of the Zodiac.
If Tohru cannot break the curse by the following spring in the show’s timeline, then Kyo will be forced to remain locked up for life in the Cat’s room, essentially a jail cell where he cannot live the rest of his life. life freely as punishment for the original sin of the cat. Will Tohru be able to break the curse in time and have a happily ever after with Kyo in Fruit basket Final season? Fans will have to wait and see when season three premieres this April, only on Funimation.
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