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Release Mar/15/2014
Series Nostalgic! 90s Anime & Game Series
Age Ratings
Work Format
File Format
Page Count17 pages
Genre
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File Size
236.87MB

Contents

This porny lesbian tribute to the greats of 16-bit Nint*ndo games
starts with one possible ending out of many for Squ*re Enix's
Chr*no Trigger. Marle and Lucca have sex, of course.

Then we see Terra and Celes from F*nal Fantasy VI getting it on
at the coastlands where enemies roam after the apocalypse.
Because I wanted to draw a bare-naked Lilim.

Finally, some lesbian play between the very few girl characters
of that awesome RPG, L*ve A L*ve... Rei, Bell and the proud
princess Alicia.

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Sep/08/2014  By Savagen

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I just loved this product. This manga portrays many of the girls from the 16-bit game era as lesbians. The detailed artwork is simply excellent. Very few products are available that include the females from Chr*no Trigger. Which made this something I really wanted to have. If you like lesbians, this is one you should consider adding to your collection. The circle specializes in lesbian artwork. So, you may want to take a look at some of their other work.

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