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Title(s): Tales of Destiny - Director's Cut
Tales of Destiny: Director's Cut - Hakanakikoku no Rion
テイルズ オブデスティニーディレクターズカット-儚き刻のリオン-
テイルズオブデスティニー ディレクターズカット
-儚き刻のリオン-
Tales of Destiny - Hakanaki Koku no Lion
Tales of Destiny - Hakanakikoku no Lion
Tales of Destiny Director's Cut - Hakanakikoku no Rion
Tales of Destiny: Director's Cut
Author(s): Bandai Namco Games, KASUKABE Akira
Artist(s): KASUKABE Akira
Genres: Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Seinen
Start Date: 2008
Status: Ongoing
Summary:
From Wings of an Angel:

Focusing on the (most prominent) anti-hero of the original storyline, this manga is an incarnation of the recent game "Tales of Destiny: Director's Cut", which came with the ability to play as Leon Magnus. Now we will follow his story and find out what drove him to do what he did and the reason why. The story of love, pain and betrayal unravels and the wheel of destiny turns once more...
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