Virtual-san Looking

Alt title: Virtual-san wa Miteiru

Virtual-san Looking

Virtual-san Looking Episode 5 - Untitled

The high-minded elven beauty from the land of elves, Elu, arrives in Virtual Town--and hopefully her forest won't burn down while she's gone.

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I'm Salty

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White Tears

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Transmigration of an Old Lady's Soul

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Letting Your Horse Carry You Whenever

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Granny

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The Disappearance of Virtual-san

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Kari5 Kari5 says

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