He serves as a supporting protagonist in the manga and anime series Tokyo Ghoul until he is revealed to be a prime member of the Clowns, one of the Bigger Bads of the series. In the sequel series, Tokyo Ghoul:re, Uta becomes one of the secondary antagonists alongside fellow Clown member Donato Porpora.
One person he respects is Dr. Kouitsu Chigyou for his modification and refinement of the kakuhou transplant surgery to create the Quinx. After he successfully created Dragon, he announced that the "cage had been broken" and shot himself at his mother's grave when confronted by Kurona.
Donato Porpora originally hailed from Russia, and came to Japan at some point in time. He posed as a Catholic Priest, opening an orphanage and used the children as his personal livestock.
Born as a half-human in the Washuu clan, he lived his entire childhood with Rize in the sunlit garden handled by the organization V. Having stayed with the Washuu family, Furuta managed to keep an eye on her. But because of her wild ways, he decided to punish Rize by dropping a steel beam on her as she attacks Kaneki.
He doesn't explicitly betray Kaneki, but it seems like it because someone who seemed like such a nice guy, giving advice to Kaneki and helping retrieve him from Aogiri, ended up being a sadistic and manipulative person.
After Kaneki was freed from the dragon Kakuja, V agents were seen in the 19th Ward accompanied by Nimura Furuta. Underground a flesh-like egg structure from the dragon kakuja burst and revealed a white-haired Rize which Furuta refers to as his "precious dragon.” Dragon Rize after being killed by Kaneki.
Early Days. It is known that Arima Kishou was the One Eyed King. He had taken the title because even though he was a half-human (physically human but with the abilities/senses of a ghoul, excluding the kagune). He was stronger than any ghoul, even Eto.
I want to destroy that." Akihiro Kanou (嘉納 明博, Kanō Akihiro), often referred to as Professor Kanou (嘉納教授, Kanō-kyōju), was a physician responsible for Ken Kaneki's transformation into an artificial one-eyed ghoul, using him as a prototype for his ghoulification surgery.
Instead, you can use Append Query to have Access delete them automatically. First, create a copy of the structure of the table that contains the duplicates. Click on the table name Customers in the Database Window, and then click the Copy button in the toolbar.
Remove duplicate valuesSelect the range of cells that has duplicate values you want to remove. Tip: Remove any outlines or subtotals from your data before trying to remove duplicates.Click Data > Remove Duplicates, and then Under Columns, check or uncheck the columns where you want to remove the duplicates. Click OK.
In the Navigation Pane, right-click the table that contains the field, and then click Design View. Select the field that you want to make sure has unique values. In the Field Properties pane at the bottom of the table design view, on the General tab, set the Indexed property to Yes (No duplicates).