A fight in progress in Monster Ghoul.
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Monster Ghoul Wiki Link & FAQ (June 2024)

Learn more about Monster Ghoul!

Looking for the Monster Ghoul Wiki link? This is an incredibly handy resource for players of the Roblox game based on Tokyo Ghoul, giving them a chance of get answers to questions and understand some of the game’s mechanics more deeply. In this guide, we’ll break down whether or not there’s a Wiki and answer a few questions about the game.

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At the time of writing (June 18), there is no official Monster Ghoul Wiki.

Instead, we’ve compiled an FAQ below that can answer some of the questions you’d typically find on a Wiki. Of course, if and when the devs at iBlackButterfly create a proper Wiki site with individual pages and entries, we’ll add a link to it in this guide.

A huge beast in Monster Ghoul.
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Monster Ghoul FAQ

You can click here to find the Monster Ghoul Trello board. It works exactly the same as other Roblox Trello pages, with detailed breakdowns on each race, as well as the enemies you can fight and bosses to encounter.

What Is the Max Level?

The current maximum level is 3,000. Therefore, most Monster Ghoul players will never need to worry about coming close to hitting it. That said, don’t be surprised to see this maximum level increase down the line.

Are There Monster Ghoul Codes?

Yes, the good news is that Monster Ghoul codes are an incredibly common and handy resource. You can check out our dedicated guide for all of the latest codes and details on how to redeem them.

Alongside that, you can join the game’s Discord server and turn on notifications for the dedicated codes channel to get a ping each time one drops.

A range of monsters in Monster Ghoul.
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What Are the Playable Classes in Monster Ghoul?

So far, there appear to be three playable races in Monster Ghoul. These are Kagunes, Quinx, and Arata.

All of the Kagunes classes are as follows:

  • Tsukiyama
  • Touka
  • Nishiki
  • Kaneki
  • Noro
  • Yamori
  • Tatara
  • Takizawa
  • UTA
  • Eto
  • Furuta

All of the Quinx classes are as follows:

  • Tooru Mutsuki
  • Kukie Urie
  • Saiko Yonebayashi
  • Ginshi Shirazu

All of the Arata classes are as follows:

  • Arata Proto
  • Arata Proto II
  • Arata II
  • Arata Joker

That’s all you need to know about the Monster Ghoul Wiki link and our FAQ! For more Roblox, check out the Type Soul Trello link and our Anime Defenders tier list. We’ve also got Gym League codes and A Universal Time codes.

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Luke Hinton is a video games journalist currently working as Senior Guides Writer and Associate Editor at Twinfinite. He has undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Journalism, Media, and Culture, and previously specialised in entertainment writing.