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Left or Right?
Dumpster Baby Edition
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I still prefer TTGL to KLK.

But how will Akame is Kill compare to Kill la Kill?
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How is this thread still alive, even though it's dead?
>>102126446
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Easily right.
The only reason I somewhat cared for Nia was because she was important to Simon.
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>>102146054
>>102126446
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Ryuuko.

Hated Nia from the second I saw her. Such a boring character.
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>flower pupils
>cog pupils
Why does Ryuuko have a cog in her pupils?
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>>102146372
life fibers.
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>>102146372
There could be no reason for it
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Is Nia voiced by Ami Koshimizu? No? I thought so.
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>>102145572
TTLG > KLK
Ryuuko > Nia
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Left. Anyone who says otherwise is a faggot
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>>102145572
goddess>>>>>shit>>>violent hobo/fap material for 12-year-olds
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>>102146372
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>>102150244
Do you mean my left or your left?
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>>102145572
I'd take them both out of the dumpster
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>>102145572
Ryuuko. Nia is honestly pretty boring and a little too air headed. Her design is great, though.
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>>102145572
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>>102145572
Ryuuko.

I'm rewatching TTGL right now and I realized that Nia is pretty boring actually.
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>>102151226
What are you talking about. She is so badass



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