Tokyo Ghoul:re, Pt. 1

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Two years after the raid on Anteiku, the CCG selects Haise Sasaki to lead an unruly team of humans infused with ghoul powers. Known as the Quinx Squad, they’ll walk the line between humans and ghouls to rid the world of its most daunting threat.

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1Start: Those Who Hunt24:19USD 1.99Download
2Member: Fragments24:19USD 1.99Download
3Fresh: Eve24:19USD 1.99Download
4Main: Auction24:19USD 1.99Download
5Press: Night of Scattering24:19USD 1.99Download
6Turn: In the End24:19USD 1.99Download
7Mind: Days of Recollections24:19USD 1.99Download
8Take: One Who Writhes24:19USD 1.99Download
9Play: Departed Spirit24:19USD 1.99Download
10Think: Sway24:19USD 1.99Download
11Write: The Absent One24:19USD 1.99Download
12Beautiful Dream: Daybreak24:19USD 1.99Download

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Charles Dubois
Charles Dubois
04 June 2020

The important thing is this: to be able at any moment to sacrifice what we are for what we could become.

the reckless boy
The reckless boy
5 star

The first time I saw it was pretty cool just from the entry of the show it had me chopping on my nails to find out what’s Plus it has a different story plot then any other anime show which is better than your typical Naruto Boruto type of thing

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I love Tokyo ghoul it is the best thing ever

Chuck Norris
Chuck Norris
04 June 2020

Chuck Norris may kill me 4 this. On a hot summerday Chuck Norris was swimming in the lake an AAAAAARGH.........................................................................................................................

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