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[18+] MangaGamer Release First Chapter of Liquid’s Kuroinu


Offering the first chapter of Liquid’s elf-conquest visual novel Kuroinu, MangaGamer have confirmed their English localisation is now available for purchase exclusively via their online store as a digital download. Kuroinu has been described by MangaGamer as “one of the most requested” adult visual novels from their fans, and is the fourth Liquid title they have released to date – the first since 2011.

Also known as Kuroinu ~Kedakaki Seijo wa Hakudaku ni Somaru~ ( 黒獣~気高き聖女は白濁に染まる~), this is an erotic visual novel which is considered 18+ (Adults Only). This localised release is available for $24.95 USD, and comes with the original Japanese voice acting and no mosaics over any naughty bits. For more information on this title, keep reading below:


The plain lands of “Eos” located in west “Serenus.”

Seven fortresses located in the northern boundaries of Eos served as the setting for this war between the Alliance and Legion. This conflict, however, was in its final stages with the decline of the Dark Elf queen’s power. Under the High Elf’s (a reborn goddess) calling the “Seven Shields Alliance” was formed to stand against the Legion. The Alliance issues a request to the group of mercenaries headed by the protagonist known as the “Black Dogs.” The Black Dogs were to be the vanguard for an all-out-war in order to put an end to this conflict, but…

Upon invading the Dark Elf queen’s country, the Black Dogs turned that land into their stronghold and began to invade their former allies’ countries. Panic, shock, indignation, sorrow… the Alliance couldn’t hold back its many reactions to this turn of events. The Black Dogs’ leader then issued an unbelievable declaration after betraying the Alliance. The founding of the “Cuntry,” where women are obligated to partake in sexual service for all men.

The women of the Alliance would soon learn first-hand that this declaration was neither a lie nor an exaggeration…


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