In a story as grim as Tokyo Ghoul , having your favorite characters die isn't something startling. Ishida Sui, the creator of the manga, is known for killing off his main characters. What's more, he does it in quite some style! Ishida's writing is so phenomenal that often, one doesn't know whether to hate the villain or support their cause.
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Ryouko was a slender and fairly tall woman with chest-length brown hair that was loosely tied towards the left side of her shoulder with three flowers ornamenting it, brown eyes and a kind face with caring eyes that Hinami Fueguchi also possesses. She wore a pale, pastel dress tied at the waist with a braided orange belt, a pale, yellow sweater and a reddish scarf. Ryouko was a gentle woman who preferred not to hunt or kill people despite being a ghoul. She loved her daughter, to the point where she told Hinami to run away so that Ryouko could stand up against Kureo Mado.
Shirazu was a slender young man with light orange hair. He usually wore a menacing grin on his face and had sharp, jagged teeth. He also had six-helix piercings on his right ear, one piercing on his left ear, and wore a ring on the middle finger of his right hand. Unlike the other members of the Quinx Squad, he wore a dark jumpsuit instead of the standard CCG uniform and used a motorcycle to commute during missions. His hair was unusually long for a CCG officer and almost reached his shoulders with two strands of hair parted and tied up at the top of his head.
So we did everything we can to make the night the finest. My friends and I were gleefully dancing at the center of the hall with twirling neon green lasers, blinking circular white lights and rainbow-colored Aztec-printed lasers; arms reaching high, fingers spread, head held up high and we moved symmetrically with the coolest and most played mixes. Its freezing and we were all sweaty after that crazy disco.