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Loved this anime, it was different enough to capture my attention, even though slow in parts. There were a couple of WTF moments that showing the author has some issues, mentioning stringing up children naked as punishment twice and showing it once. Seriously, it is there.
Take those unnecessary sick parts out, and the story itself is incredible, the idea of a "Subterranean Atlantis" is imaginative and well done.
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