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Red River Vol. 26: Red River, Volume 26

Red River Volume 26

Red River, Volume 26
Prince Juda, Nakia's son, lies unconscious following a suicide attempt. It's established during interrogation before the council of ministers that Urhi is not the boy's father. Kail agrees with Nakia that this doesn't change Juda's eligibility for the throne. The fate of Urhi is then decided, but not by the council. Nakia, her schemes now seemingly trumped once and for all, decides to play the ace she's held since the day she first brought Yuri into the past!
Chie Shinohara
187 Pages
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Red River Vol. 27: Red River, Volume 27

Red River, Volume 27

Red River Vol. 27

Wedding day for Kail and Yuri has arrived, but Nakia is still on the loose. There is thought of postponing the nuptials, but with guests arriving from the nations allied to the Hittite Empire, the decision is made to proceed. Part of the ceremony involves the bride bathing five times in the waters of the holy springs in Hattusa, which worries Kail. Water being the medium of Nakia's magic, the ceremonial bathing would give her a prime opportunity to strike!
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