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Pandora Hearts Episode 2 - Tempest of Conviction

Before Oz’s coming-of-age ceremony, he isr introduced to Duchess Rainsworth's granddaughter. Oz instantly falls in love. As he recites his oath, the Silent Clock moves for the first time in 100 years. The bell rings as intruders interrupt the ceremony.

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