Ken Kaneki is the main protagonist of the Tokyo Ghoul series. The strength that Kakeki possesses makes him one of the strongest characters in the Tokyo Ghoul series, if not the strongest. Kaneki is ranked as an SS Ghoul, but he is much more powerful than that.
This mean Kaneki at this time is already stronger than a S-Rank Ghoul. Later on, when he left Anteiku, he ate tons of Ghouls to a point that he became a half-Kakuja. At this point his power was so dangerous that CCG rated his rank to be around SS-Rank.
In his first appearance, Takizawa fight Haise, and was assigned, by Matsuri Washuu, an SS~ ghoul. Kaneki was rated as an SS, but right now they only refer to him as "Special Criminal HS".
Ever since his mother died, Kaneki has developed his personality to resemble his mother's. He despises the idea of solitude, hence he tries to protect those dear to him so he would not have to face his fears of being alone in the world. This is perhaps his greatest weakness and act of selfishness.
Haise SasakiKen Kaneki (金木研, Kaneki Ken) is an one-eyed ghoul, who is currently living under the identity of Haise Sasaki (佐々木琲世, Sasaki Haise) — the First Rank Ghoul Investigator — also known as Eyepatch (眼帯, Gantai).
Kaneki is the first known artificial one-eyed ghoul. His unique half ghoul state is what later inspires the idea of the Quinx. After joining Anteiku as a part-time waiter, he learns how to live as a ghoul and eventually becomes known as Eyepatch (眼帯, Gantai).
Eating ghoul corpses, Arata developed a full kakuja. After consuming Yamori's kakuja and various other ghouls and their kagune, Kaneki obtained an incomplete kakuja after his confrontation with Dr. Kanou. Kaneki's kakuja are twin centipede-like tails protruding downwards from his back with sharp talons on the side.
He would play a key role on ending the conflict between humans and ghouls, uniting the two species together. Although he is the main protagonist, Kaneki commits a variety of terrible acts over the course of the series as his more ruthless and troubled personality traits show themselves.
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