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Fushigi Yūgi Genbu Kaiden, Vol. 3 by Yuu…

Fushigi Yūgi Genbu Kaiden, Vol. 3

by Yuu Watase

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So in this volume, the oracles drop like flies. Namame's giant rock man shell is destroyed, but that's really for the best, because little Namame's much cuter. I think Namame might prove to be one of the most useful warriors. ( )
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Takiko has found three of the seven Celestial Warriors, but must find the remaining four. She and her companions travel to the Oracle Anlu, hoping to locate the other warriors, but the Oracle actually makes Tariko's task more difficult when it claims that there are still five more warriors to be found.… (more)

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