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An original CG collection and story.

Mistelad, a lone island drifting in the south sea.
Encircled by cliffs, it's been untouched by the outside for years, but recently
the discovery of rare minerals on Mithril and Damascus of the outer seas
suggest that Mistelad's mountains are likely to flow rich.
In just under a month, the Kingdom of Silvant intend to bring Mistelad
under their control. Sails are set, but little do the female knights of Silvant know
the monsters that run rampant on the nightmare island...

Interspecies sexual disgrace of female soldiers.
27 base, 65 total CG works incl. variations
1080x608, 1920x1080 sizes

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Mar/26/2018  By TrevanmanTop : 8 Reviewer

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Another great piece of work in the Loss War series.

And again, I have picked another favorite character. Nope. Not one of the main female characters. The girl on pages 38 and 39 on the left side of the page. The one with her eyes closed. Because she looks familiar.

After reading the description, the fish men and some of the other monsters made a whole lot more sense than before. Then again, it begs the question as to why a kingdom would send female knights to deal with monsters on the island.

While it doesn't have as much impregnating as in the prequel, it's still pretty good.

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