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Basara Vol. 20: Basara, Volume 20

Basara Volume 20

Basara, Volume 20
A curfew law has been passed in Kyoto to suppress the rebellion. Sarasa's ally Ageha seeks to destroy King Ukon's senior officials, while Asagi, the real Blue King, gains Sasara's trust and leads a daring asssault. But while Sarasa and her forces are gaining ground, their enemies' secret plan could turn the tide against them!
Yumi Tamura
193 Pages
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Allies from all over are gathering at Tatara's base camp in preparation for a massive assault. Meanwhile, Shuri has a plan to establish his authority in Kyoto and deplete his rivals' funds. On a reconnaissance mission, Taro finds information crucial to the war effort. All the while, a battle between Tatara and Shuri is imminent!
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