Quotes from Tokyo Ghoul

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Quotes from Tokyo Ghoul

Sometimes good people make bad choices. It doesn't mean they're bad people. It means they're human.

Humanity, Morality & EthicsKishou Arima in Tokyo Ghoul
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I don't want someone to see the good in me. I want someone who sees the bad, and still wants me.

Ken Kaneki in Tokyo Ghoul
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There's no way someone who can't even protect himself can protect anyone else, is there?

Touka Kirishima in Tokyo Ghoul
 
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It's better to be hurt than to hurt others. Nice people can be happy with just that.

Ken Kaneki in Tokyo Ghoul
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I can neither live with you. Nor without you.

Uta in Tokyo Ghoul
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Anyone who tries to take my friends from me will get no mercy.

Ken Kaneki in Tokyo Ghoul
 
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Why is it that the beautiful things are entwined more deeply with death than with life?

Ken Kaneki in Tokyo Ghoul
 
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Human relationships are chemical reactions. If you have a reaction then you can never return back to your previous state of being.

Ken Kaneki in Tokyo Ghoul
 
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The pain you feel today will be the strength you'll have tomorrow.

Ken Kaneki in Tokyo Ghoul
 
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The bird fights it's way out of the egg. The egg is the world. Who would be born, must first destroy a world.

in Tokyo Ghoul
 
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There are times when you have to give up on one thing to preserve the other.

Rize Kamishiro in Tokyo Ghoul
 
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Why should I apologize for being a monster? Has anyone ever apologized for turning me into one?

Juuzou Suzuya in Tokyo Ghoul
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Pain and me aren't on speaking terms. It's those who've tamed their weakness that win in battle.

Juuzou Suzuya in Tokyo Ghoul
 
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As long as you live there are more chances. It's game over when you die.

Haise Sasaki in Tokyo Ghoul
 
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You only need a strong will and a clear purpose.

Kureo Mado in Tokyo Ghoul
 
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As long as it's for the right cause, there's nothing wrong with playing dirty.

Kureo Mado in Tokyo Ghoul
 
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Whose fault is it that things ended up like this? Coincidence? An accident? Fate? There's no such thing as fate. It's simply a combination of one circumstance and the next. And who is it that creates those circumstances? Who is it? It's you.

Rize Kamishiro in Tokyo Ghoul
 
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Never trust anyone too much. Remember the devil was once an angel.

Ken Kaneki in Tokyo Ghoul
 
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What's wrong isn't me, what's wrong is the world.

Ken Kaneki in Tokyo Ghoul
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Books are nice, aren't they? With just one sentence you can get lost in all sorts of dreams. The way I think of it, literature allows the reader's consciousness to deeply relish the author and be closer to him. And so, we freely walk around the world of the story from the yarn spinner's point of view. It's only when you immerse yourself in the world of a book that you are able to forget just who you are.

Shuu Tsukiyama in Tokyo Ghoul
 
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Isn't it arrogant to put a price on whether life is "higher" or "lower", Kaneki? We are just bags of meat. The weak bow down and the strong devour them. Rather, if you compared them to all living things, it's humans who have shaved away the most lives. We are different than them.

Shuu Tsukiyama in Tokyo Ghoul
 
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We need to have a mask that we never take off.

Uta in Tokyo Ghoul
 
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It's not because we can't take vengeance that we should feel sorry. The real reason to feel sorry is when one is hung up on revenge and can't live their own life.

Yoshimura in Tokyo Ghoul
 
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We're always trying to justify our actions with ideals. But ideals cannot give grounds for killing another person. The act of taking a life will always be considered evil.

Yoshimura in Tokyo Ghoul
 
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The act of taking is equally evil. We, from the moment of birth, continue to take. Food, connections, even fellow blood. Living to utmost. Continuing to slaughter, kill, take. Life is to constantly sin. Life is evil itself. I am aware I am evil. And so are you all. Now, come kill me. And I shall do the same.

LifeYoshimura in Tokyo Ghoul
 
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All suffering in the world is born from an individual's incompetence.

Yakumo Oomori in Tokyo Ghoul
 
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When you're in front of the enemy, even if your hands are trembling – fight!

Kureo Mado in Tokyo Ghoul
 
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If you were to write a story with me in the lead role, it would certainly be a tragedy.

Ken Kaneki in Tokyo Ghoul
 
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Doing what one likes is the right of the powerful.

Yakumo Oomori in Tokyo Ghoul
 
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I'm not going to protect you by being your shield or armour, but I'll be the dagger hidden below your pillow.

Shuu Tsukiyama in Tokyo Ghoul
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Sometimes you're confronted with the ugly parts of yourself that you don't want to see, but books can also tell you a lot about the things you didn't notice when you're just trying to get through somehow.

Ken Kaneki in Tokyo Ghoul
 
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All of the disadvantages in this world stems from a person's lack of ability.

Rize Kamishiro in Tokyo Ghoul
 
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If an angelic being fell from the sky and tried to live in this world of ours, I think even they would commit many wrongs.

Juuzou Suzuya in Tokyo Ghoul
 
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It's not the world that's messed up; it's those of us in it. Yes, some ghouls walk a path that leaves sorrow in their wake, but just like humans, we can choose a different path altogether. We have a lot to learn, both your kind and mine. We need to stop fighting, and start talking. Because when it comes to the state of the world, you can't point your finger at ghouls or humans. We're all to blame.

Ken Kaneki in Tokyo Ghoul
 
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You think that after all I've been through, something like that would hurt?

Ken Kaneki in Tokyo Ghoul
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