Idol Comforts, by Kirisaki Nizuki (霧崎弐透)
Complicated Creation, by Domashita Romero (地下ロメロ)*
The Testing Point, by Rosei Aki (浪星あき)
Esprit de Corps, by Shikkoku no Suzu (漆黒のスズ)
on the natural healing of bone fractures, by Kuruma Ebi (車エビ)*
Manner of Death, by Nijiiro Sumi (虹色墨)*
Matters of the Heart, by Aosora Hikaru (青空 ヒカル)
A Prescription for Love, by shukyou (主教)*
You’ve Given Me a Heart, by sparks
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