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After helping Reiji move into his new place with Reira on New Year's, the weather keeps Yuya from headed home

After helping Reiji move into his new place with Reira on New Year's, the weather keeps Yuya from headed home. With Reira in bed and the countdown for the new year playing in the background, however, they'll find a way to make the most of the situation. Reiji and Yuya have come a long way since their first defection from the Imperial Navy with rescued child experiment Reira - now, they have a whole crew on their side, and are ready to strike back instead of running away. But they have a powerful enemy, and fostering a rebellion against the galaxy’s greatest superpower will not be easy - and will ask more of them than they were ever prepared to give.

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Authors/Artists: Inoue sora, Saiga reiji Status:Completed. Authors/Artists: Ogawa Masashi, Saiga Reiji Status:Ongoing. Genres: Ecchi, Action, Comedy, Martial arts, Romance, School life. Genres: Shounen, Ecchi, Action, Fantasy, Martial arts, Supernatural.

Saiga Reiji's Series. Daiaku Kojou - 1 chapter(s).

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Okazaki was born in Hiroshima, Japan. He graduated in 1953 from Nagoya University, and worked as a professor there after 1963. He died of leukemia in 1975 at the age of 44; he had been heavily irradiated in Hiroshima when the first atomic bomb was dropped.