Series: Legendz

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Legendz 1: The Tornado Comes! by Rin Hirai1
Legendz 2: Burnout! by Rin Hirai2
Legendz 3: Necrom Menace by Rin Hirai3
Legendz 4: Legendz Become Legends by Rin Hirai4

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