- Why did Kaneki crack his fingers?
- Why did they change Kaneki?
- What is Kaneki’s syndrome?
- How long was Kaneki tortured for?
- Why does kaneki have so many Kagune?
- Can Kaneki steal Kagunes?
- Why did Kaneki turn into a Kakuja?
He was the one who would crack his knuckles like that, and Kaneki, after being tortured by him for days, subconsciously picked up the habit. It was during the torture that Kaneki accepted his ghoul nature, essentially accepting a more violent and powerful side of him as a real part of himself.
While being ruthlessly tortured by Yamori…in his subconscious Kaneki ate Rize, his ghoul self. This displayed that he had accepted the ‘ghoul’ inside of him. This acceptance triggered a change in him…..his hair turned white, his nails turned black and he became merciless.
10 Kaneki Antoinette Marie Antoinette Syndrome is a condition that makes hair turn white. Over a series of panels his hair makes a gradual change. Kaneki’s eye also changes which is a result of him being a ghoul and not Marie Antoinette Syndrome.
He was tortured for 10 days, enough time for his hair to turn white. This misconception probably arose because in the anime(for those who only watched the anime) it turned white in a few seconds.
Kaneki has so many kagune because he cannabilized. When a ghoul cannabilizes, they get stronger and sometimes can obtain the kagune of the ghoul they had eaten. An example of this can be found in Season 4 of the anime where Kaneki fights Naki, where he shows the kagune of Yamori, Naki’s former boss who he had eaten.
He only has the one Kagune type, which is Rinkaku (aka the tentacle type). He never develops hybridism and obtains multiple Kagune, aka multiple Kagune types. … Well for starters, Kaneki cannibalized a decent amount of ghouls.
Kaneki turn into a Kakuja because of repeated cannibalism (higher ghoul to human ratio). It is said that through cannibalism, a ghoul absorbs RC cells, and this increases the concentration of RC cells within a ghoul’s body. A Kakuja can form through continuous acts of cannibalism or extreme levels of stress and trauma.