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Rumblings of Seiryu –
Just as the sea dragonkind get in Kujaku’s way, the Rikudo themselves rush to get the Lance first.
Beastman Fortress –
Master Yonhi and the rest of the sea dragonkind can’t help but feel it – their truest heart!
The Lance may have rejected Kujaku, but Seiryu decides to heal him anyway – will his real power finally release itself?
Incurred Wrath –
From the looks of it, with Seiryu whipping out his Gekirin, Kujaku doesn’t have the best chance of survival right now.
Demon Castle –
Kujaku finds himself face to face with Seiryu’s true form. Has the Lance finally accepted him?
Peacock Castle –
Onimaru travels all the way to the Peacock Castle deep in the Kurdish mountains. What awaits him there?
Thing That Was Lost –
Tomoko rushes into Ashura’s room in a panic – someone’s coming for her, and she can’t stop them.
Kaihou Kou faces off against the resurrected Houou, the self-proclaimed King of Hell.
Heart of Darkness –
As Ashura and Tomoko tend to Kou’s wounds, Houou learns of the identity of the true Dark King.
Dark Mandala –
In the deepest depths of the Peacock Castle, Onimaru wonders why they keep so many statues around.
Mandala God –
In Australia’s desert, the final battle of light and darkness has finally begun.
When people have problems of a spiritual nature, they know who to go to for help – high up in Mt. Koya, where the Koya Hijiri live, there is a young man named Kujaku, after the Peacock Wisdom King Mahamayuri. With his spiritual skills, chasing back malicious spirits is a piece of cake for fearless Kujaku – but are these daily threats all that life has in store for him?
Deliver Me from Despair –
Suu-tan wonders why her life is so much different from Hime-tan’s.
Poison Omurice –
Death comes up with a new recipe for Suu-tan to try. Will the poison finally do her in?
Heart Repair Shop –
Suu-tan has to go and pick up something so broken and fragile.
My Bloody Suu-tan –
Death has a little artsy gift for their favorite new friend.
Lies and Deception Soup –
Does Suu-tan suspect anything about this restaurant’s daily special?
That’ll Show Them –
They say the weirdos always come out in spring, but are they so weird if Suu-tan agrees with them?
Journey of Self-Disposal –
Suu-tan doesn’t want anyone to come looking for her.
Something Under the Couch –
Mami realizes just how comfortable the doom and gloom are with Suu-tan’s apartment.
Corruption Manifest –
Is there any possible way for Suu-tan to find out what truth is being buried in darkness?
No Meds, No Life –
Suu-tan just wants a nice, deep sleep. Now where are her sleeping pills?
Expelled from the Land of Dreams –
Suu-tan wants to stay in her dreams a little bit more. Why must she go back to reality so soon?
Dare to Dream Dismally –
Suu-tan just might be the worst person to ask about future plans.
Doomer Account –
Suu-tan has a very specific kind of SNS, but who else got their grubby paws on her account?
Let’s Fall Together –
Suu-tan only likes seeing the cherry blossoms at night.
Suu-tan’s pain reminds her that she’s still alive. So does a certain advertisement, but for all the wrong reasons.
Red and Black on Loop –
Suu-tan has two moods, and they’re just either red or black.
Sink into Nothing –
Stuck in bed with nothing but her thoughts, Suu-tan just feels so heavy.
Soul Sold to the Secret Door –
Mami needs to come up with a way to pay for her next special appointment.
Blue Light Self-harm –
Suu-tan just found out about the dangers of blue light. What will she do about it?
Hell, All Hell –
Suu-tan’s stuck in the abominable lull of a hospital waiting room.
Too Stupid –
Each and every one of Suu-tan’s impulse purchases come back to haunt her.
Leave Me Alone –
Suu-tan’s depression has reached new heights.
The Last Supper –
Suu-tan thinks that tonight’s dinner should be extra special.
With Death’s Scythe –
Suu-tan lets Death borrow her hoodie. What does she want to borrow in return?
Snippety Snip –
All these pretty useless clothes are getting on Suu-tan’s nerves.
New Cutter –
Death got Suu-tan a cute, shiny pink gift.
Death’s Alteration –
Maybe Death’s scythe isn’t the best thing to open packages with.
Freaky Umbrella –
Suu-tan has the kind of umbrella nobody would ever dare steal.
Words that Kill –
How is Suu-tan faring against nasty internet comments?
Out of Order –
Suu-tan has the perfect chat sticker for the mood she’s in.
Suu-tan may look like the most adorable, fluffiest little bunny, but her inner thoughts are anything BUT adorable and fluffy. What dark, gloomy thoughts could be brewing inside her pretty little head?
(Warnings for suicidal ideation, self-harm, and drug overdose.)
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