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Series: X/1999

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X/1999, Volume 10: Fugue by CLAMP1
X/1999, Volume 1: Prelude by CLAMP1
X/1999, Volume 2: Overture by CLAMP2
X/1999, Volume 3: Sonata by CLAMP3
X, Vol. 1: 3-in-1 by CLAMPVol. 1,2,3
X {serie en Español} by CLAMP4
X/1999, Volume 4: Intermezzo by CLAMP4
X/1999, Volume 5: Serenade by CLAMP5
X/1999, Volume 6: Duet by CLAMP6
X, Vol. 2: 3-in-1 by CLAMPVol. 4,5,6
X/1999, Volume 7: Rhapsody by CLAMP7
X/1999, Volume 8: Crescendo by CLAMP8
X/1999, Volume 9: Requiem by CLAMP9
X, Vol. 3: 3-in-1 by CLAMPVol. 7,8,9
X/1999, Volume 11: Interlude by CLAMP11
X/1999, Volume 12: Movement by CLAMP12
X, Vol. 4: 3-in-1 by CLAMPVol. 10,11,12
X/1999, Volume 13: Lament by CLAMP13
X/1999, Volume 14: Concerto by CLAMP14
X/1999, Volume 15: Waltz by CLAMP15
X, Vol. 5: 3-in-1 by CLAMPVol. 13,14,15
X/1999, Volume 16: Nocturne by CLAMP16
X/1999, Volume 17: Suite by CLAMP17
X/1999, Volume 18: Inversion by CLAMP18
X, Vol. 6: 3-in-1 by CLAMPVol. 16,17,18
X/1999, Volume 18.5 by CLAMP18.5
X Illustrated Collection, Volume 1: Zero by CLAMPartbook
X Illustrated Collection, Volume 2: Infinity by CLAMPartbook
X: First Contact by ニュータイプartbook

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Series description

In the year 1999, the Dragons of Heaven and Earth will gather in Tokyo for the final battle for humanity's future. The Earth's future is placed into the hands of a youth named "Kamui" whom will make a preordained choice: to become a Dragon of Earth and preserve the planet by ending human life, or become a Dragon of Heaven and protect humanity from ruin.

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