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Sayuka Kouenji, is the Escalayer, guardian of the Earth against the dark forces of the Dielast. By her side is the android Madoka, and it is Madoka's job to track and recharge the source of Sayuka's power, the Doki Doki Dynamo. Located within Sayuka's body, the Doki Doki Dynamo can only be recharged when Sayuka experiences a high level of sexual arousal which, untill recently, Madoka has been able to provide her...
Based on a game by the same name. Why join a boring club like the literature or baseball club when you can be part of "After school Mania club", its a club that encourages conversation between its members to get to know each other better and ultimately have a date. After their usual meeting on a cafeteria the members can go shopping, find a girlfriend or boyfriend or why not, discover each other sexual preferences!!
3 Ways part 8

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ive been waiting!! :: its finally out!! jesus took it long enough
Dark_Chibi :: Wait Wait.. 0_0 I think I like this flash Now if only I had that but realy fucking nuns aint cool
cod :: just like the rest, guess im biased as i only watch them when bored
Mortichai :: Is it just me or do the events that take place in part 8 look like they occurred before part 7?
12 :: i hope they make a part 9 soon part 8 took to long to come out
Anatomically Correct :: Yeah I think Admin got this one mixed up with 7 because these don’t go in the right order
some dude :: I think that part 7 and 8 were misplaced together! :-[
wtf_pipol :: damn this flash is taking the hell out of my time -_-
problem =[ :: you ahve to buy the series to get al of them =[

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