Tokyo ghoul full review documentation

Tokyo ghoul full review documentation. The story follows Ken Kaneki, a student who barely survives a deadly encounter with Rize Kamishiro, his date...
Tokyo ghoul


Tokyo Ghoul is set in something different where ghouls, creatures that look like ordinary people but can only live by eating human flesh, live among people in secret, hiding their true nature to avoid following the authorities. Powerful ghouls include improved energy and regenerative skills - a typical ghoul produces kinetic energy 4 to 7 times more in its muscles than the average person, and they have several times RC cells, a blood cell that flows like blood and can quickly build up. Ghoul skin is resistant to the usual weapons of piercing, and it has at least one special edible organ called kagune (Japanese: 赫 子), which it can produce and use as a weapon during wartime. Another outstanding feature of ghouls is that when they are happy or hungry, the color of their sclera in both eyes turns black and their irises turn red. This transformation is known as kakugan (赫 眼, "red-eye").

Half-ghoul can be born naturally as a ghoul and human offspring, or artificially induced by inserting other ghoul organs into a person. In both cases, half-ghoul is usually more potent than pure-ghoul blood. In the case of the half-ghoul, only one eye undergoes a "red-eye" change. Naturally born half-ghouls are rare, and creating artificial half-ghouls, in the beginning, has a low success rate.

There is also a half-human population, half-breeds of ghouls and humans who feed on me like normal people and lack Kagune while having improved skills, such as growing speed and response speed, but shorter. Natural half-ghouls can eat as normal humans or full ghouls.

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