Close bound enough, by Elle Black *
Five Times Roland Mars Didn’t Hook Up With His Partner (and One Time He Did), by Domashita Romero (地下ロメロ)*
Code of Conduct, by Kikuna Matata (菊菜瞬)
Next the Wall, by Noel Oliver
Reap What You Sow, by Seishin No Uwagi (精神の上着)*
Are You Now or Have You Ever Been, by shukyou (主教)*
Last Call At The Camellia Club, by Tsuki Akari (月あかり)
Dark Signs of a World Gone Mad, by Kaiyaki Senka (貝焼千菓)
And Then Grant Said, by Kaerutobi Ike (蛙跳び池)
Heretics, by Fuuten Eki (瘋癲 易)*
La muerte y el jardín, by Ogiwara Saki (荻原咲)*
Who Is Guilty?, by melanofly (メラノ飛)
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