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Bungo Stray Dogs Episode 4 - The Tragedy of the Fatalist

Though saved from the Port Mafia by Dazai's intervention, Atsushi feels responsible for bringing trouble to the Agency's door. Rather than risk another attack because of him, Atsushi decides to leave the Agency and makes a call to the Port Mafia...

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