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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!!
When Yoji, a college student finds a demonic book, he decides to follow its writings and make a female student - Rie, his sexual slave. However, he's not satisified with only one slave.
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