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Long Ago, the peaceful planet of Blade Star was destroyed by the evil Imperial Empire of Godram. Although most of the inhabitants were massacred, some of the Bladdians escaped with their secret energy source, the 'Super-Laker Crystals.' Today, the Bladdians descendants live among us. When trouble arises they transform into their Laker Battle Suits and become...Star Laker: A lovely pop star, Kung Fu Laker: An angry loner, Judo Laker: A tough chesty tomboy, Soul Laker: A spiritualist beauty...
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vahshi88 :: Just right click and press play twice and get to the end
TheInvinceableOne :: Keep Clicking hit it repetedly for a surprise..
.. :: I clicked the hit it button 3 times and he came already -_-
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