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- Tokyo Ghoul:re Episode 6 Review: turn: In the End
- Kaito Ishikawa: Kuki Urie
- Ghoul Tidings #1: An Analysis of “Tokyo Ghoul :re” Volume One
- Tokyo Ghoul:re, Vol. 10
- Tokyo Ghoul Re Urie Kagune
- Tokyo Ghoul:re Chapter 29 Discussion
- Tokyo Ghoul Re Urie Mask Patch
- Tokyo Ghoul:re Funko Pop! Kuki Urie #1125 (Pre-Order)
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Tokyo Ghoul:re Episode 6 Review: turn: In the End
Back then, what I really resented was my own powerless self. My tiny little self. And my tiny little heart. Too small to hold all that emotion, so it had to shift the blame onto someone else. But now, I'm grown. I've come for you. I'll hold it all. Urie is a slender young man of average height, with purple hair styled into an undercut and dark triangular eyes with unique diamond-shaped irises.
Urie also has two distinct moles below his left eye. He usually wears his CCG uniform consisting of the formal suit , black shirt and tie, along with a white trench coat pulled over when a mission beckons. He is also seen wearing black gloves. Aside from this attire, Urie is often wearing earphones.
Like most ghoul investigators, he occasionally carries a briefcase with him. Urie often displays himself as a cool-headed individual, holding a monotonous facial expression the majority of the time.
As a ghoul investigator, he appears to be very dedicated and stern about his work, to the point where it may seem as though he is ruthlessly slaughtering more ghouls than necessary, which is a habit he often gets berated for. Urie also tends to be quite hasty when investigating the slightest details or signs of a suspect.
At the beginning of the series, he had a tendency to execute mission objectives independently, without awaiting the arrival of his fellow teammates, or even requesting their help.
This is because he is an ambitious person, and does not wish to share credit with others, as he merely wishes to achieve higher ranks as a ghoul investigator. To achieve his personal goals, he is willing to go as far as manipulating his comrades or cause discord within the team. However, beneath his ambition and cool-headed demeanor is an insatiable jealousy towards his superiors, particularly Sasaki. He harbors a sense of inferiority and as a result, an intense hatred for those around him.
He feels that he is in Sasaki's way and that the world has treated him unfairly; despite losing his father and being the top of his class, he cannot achieve anything no matter how hard he tries.
Urie believes that ghouls, under any circumstance, must cease to exist. He also believes that as an investigator, he must never retreat and will fight on even if he has to strain himself. This belief stems from the fact that his late father, a Special Class investigator in charge of the S3 squad, ordered his team members to retreat while he stayed to fight the One-Eyed Owl, resulting in his death.
He also holds a grudge against Iwao Kuroiwa and by extension his son, Takeomi Kuroiwa for not fighting by his father's side during the Owl battle. Urie thinks that the Kuroiwas are inconsiderate concerning his loss and he refuses to forgive them.
Later on, Urie begins to lower his guard around his teammates and slowly becomes a more receptive person. Although still rash and manipulative, he is more willing to work in a team and show concern for his squad and mentor. After Shirazu is fatally wounded, he drops all pretenses of a cool-headed and disgruntled persona, willingly showing his vulnerable side in front of his team for the first time.
After Shirazu succumbs to his injuries, he was so overcome with grief that he remained by the body even when Matsuri Washuu announced that the One-Eyed Owl was on the roof and ordered Urie to follow him. Urie also openly displayed disgust towards Matsuri's dismissive attitude despite him being his superior.
After the Tsukiyama Operation, Urie changes significantly and he softens up a bit. He becomes especially close with the remaining first generation Qs, becoming especially concerned if their lives were at stake, not wanting to lose another friend like Shirazu. He treats his new squad members fairly well, although he shows disdain towards Higemaru.
Urie retains his ambition to rise through the ranks of the CCG, but is no longer driven mostly by selfish reasons. Urie spent the day traveling the city by taxi, switching from one to another until he worried he will run out of money. He resolved to simply add it to the investigation expenses for the month. During his travel, he got into the taxi driven by Akashi Kobayashi.
They briefly made small talk, as Akashi described his hobby of making sweets. However, as they entered a tunnel Urie confronted him and revealed he knew the driver was lying to him. Though the driver had washed his hands, he could smell blood and knew he was a ghoul — Urie showed him his badge, causing the driver to panic.
He managed to leap from the taxi before it crashed, but his quinque was damaged before he could deploy it In the anime, Urie did deploy his quinque but it was knocked out of his hand after blocking Akashi's attack soon after. Shirazu arrived on the scene, nearly hitting him with a reckless attack. The pair quarreled, allowing Akashi to ambush them and impale Shirazu with his kagune In the manga, Urie grabbed Shizaru to get impaled in order to block Akashi's attack.
However, in the anime, this doesn't happen. The ghoul thought he had the upper hand, but Urie removed his jacket and charged him unarmed — activated his single kakugan and deployed his kagune In the anime, Urie didn't remove his jacket when he deployed his kagune. He protested being called a ghoul, running his opponent through with his blade. Afterward, Urie argued with Shirazu over who will gain credit for this kill. They failed to notice the ghoul was still alive, and were saved from a sneak attack by Haise Sasaki.
He intended to finish the ghoul off, but was ordered to arrest him for questioning. This angered Urie, and he insulted his superior before storming off. He continued his investigation alone but was followed closely by Shirazu. They eventually confronted each other and argued over his unwillingness to work with others. He stated his intentions to be promoted and join the S3 Squad, one Shirazu had never heard about. The discussion became heated, and he quoted a directive instructing the termination of lower-ranked members if they go out of control.
This enraged Shirazu, who responded by threatening to eat his kakuhou. As they prepared to fight seriously, a camera flash interrupted them. Chie Hori introduced herself and offered to give him information on Torso. Urie was initially suspicious of Chie, noting the information on investigators were classified. He threatened to bring her in for questioning, but reconsidered when she pointed out they will lose the information she was offering them.
He changed tactics with her and discussed the price for the photographs of Torso's hunting grounds. When she stated she will sell her information in exchange for an article of clothing belonging to Sasaki, his suspicions were increased. Even so, he agreed to her terms and stated he will bring her the item if she will let him have the first set of photos.
After the meeting, he looked over the photographs with Shirazu. He mentioned he had no intention of revealing any of this to their team, and claimed anything they accomplish will be used by Sasaki to gain further promotions. He then pointed out Shirazu's need for money, and manipulated his desperation to make him doubt their mentor. When Shirazu believed his lies and saw him as someone trustworthy, Urie was secretly pleased at how naive and gullible the man was.
Later, Sasaki called a team meeting to announce that Akira Mado had ordered them to find Torso within a month's time. After Shirazu caused a scene and stormed off, Urie declared his intentions to investigate alone and left the Chateau. This angered Sasaki and caused the team to split into two groups, both competing to find their target. Days later, Urie and Shirazu met with Akira to pick up their replacement quinques. She asked them how the investigation was going, causing him to recall his second meeting with Chie.
He met with her at another restaurant, accompanied by Shirazu. As promised, he handed over a pair of Sasaki's underwear and in exchange, Chie showed them several Polaroids. She explained the unique traits of different photo brands, illustrating it by taking two photos of them. Urie noted how one brand, Immortal, had faded color just like the photos Torso left behind at the crime scenes. Based on this information, Chie told them she knew of a single person that might be their suspect. Akira briefly explained to the pair the history of the quinque, created by the father of the current head of the CCG.
She then inquired about whether they have ever seen Sasaki fight with his full strength. Urie complimented his skill with a quinque but mentally noted he did not actually think he was that talented.
However, Akira noted this meant they had never seen it and warned them not to become like Sasaki. In the final days of the investigation, Urie and Shirazu finally left to confront their suspect. They arrived on Shirazu's motorcycle in time to witness Torso kidnapping Tooru Mutsuki , and the ghoul sped off in his taxi before they could catch him.
They gave chase, leading to a brief high-speed pursuit. He ordered Shirazu to use his kagune to disable the taxi, but he missed completely and they argued again. The chase attracted a police vehicle, and Urie signaled for them to assist in the pursuit. When the officers approached the taxi, Torso killed them both with his kagune. However, they encounter a police barricade ahead of them on the road. Urie realized that Sasaki must have called it in, and became angry at his interference.
He climbed off the motorcycle and deployed his kagune, ignoring explicit orders to use his quinque instead. Along with Shirazu, he fought against the ghoul but quickly realized their opponent was a rinkaku with superior healing abilities.
Before he could press the attack, Serpent arrived on the scene and threatened them all. Despite all efforts to defeat Serpent, Urie was effortlessly beaten. After he was advised to retreat, Urie refused and remembered how he felt when he heard of the death of his father. Urie then bit a piece of flesh off his arm in an attempt to reboot his strength. Before he could get back on his feet, he was restrained by Shirazu, as Sasaki arrived and slashed Serpent's kagune in half.
It was then hinted by Akira Mado that Urie was most likely envious of Sasaki's exceptional fighting style; despite the fact that Sasaki took the risk of saving his squad. Sasaki stood up to Urie and berated him for endangering and jeopardizing the lives of his Squad members just for his own selfish reasons.
Kaito Ishikawa: Kuki Urie
Two years have passed since the CCG's raid on Anteiku. Although the atmosphere in Tokyo has changed drastically due to the increased influence of the CCG, ghouls continue to pose a problem as they have begun taking caution, especially the terrorist organization Aogiri Tree, who acknowledge the CCG's growing threat to their existence. The creation of a special team, known as the Quinx Squad, may provide the CCG with the push they need to exterminate Tokyo's unwanted residents. As humans who have undergone surgery in order to make use of the special abilities of ghouls, they participate in operations to eradicate the dangerous creatures. The leader of this group, Haise Sasaki, is a half-ghoul, half-human who has been trained by famed special class investigator, Kishou Arima. However, there's more to this young man than meets the eye, as unknown memories claw at his mind, slowly reminding him of the person he used to be.
Ghoul Tidings #1: An Analysis of “Tokyo Ghoul :re” Volume One
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Tokyo Ghoul:re, Vol. 10
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Tokyo Ghoul Re Urie Kagune
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Tokyo Ghoul:re Chapter 29 Discussion
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Kuki Urie received a tremendous amount of character development during the past several arcs and despite starting off as a greedy egoist, he has become a favorite for many readers me included. However, we can conclude that his family is limited to only him and his dad. But after his death at the hands of Eto, his world and the perception of it are shattered to pieces.
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Back then, what I really resented was my own powerless self. My tiny little self. And my tiny little heart. Too small to hold all that emotion, so it had to shift the blame onto someone else.
Who is that inside of me? Who do we want to be? Who do we become? What are the pieces that make us who we are and what pieces do we share with others? Ishida uses this time to draw some comparisons to previous series protagonist, Ken Kaneki as well as some contrasts. Both are quite nerdy, but whereas Kaneki was a bit more withdrawn, Haise is more open, in both dealing with peers like Akira Mado and his subordinates. Body language serves more at this point than dialogue to show how green Mutsuki is as he follows Haise.
The second episode of Tokyo Ghoul:re aka Tokyo Ghoul season 3 was pretty dense. Not only did we get an awesome battle between Haise Sasaki and the deadly Orochi, but we also got a ton of subplot buildup. We learned more about everything from Sasaki's true identity, and the new Aogiri Tree threat, to what kind of precarious position Quinx Squad holds within the CCG bureaucracy.