Garo: Red Requiem

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And Im strong enough to vanquish Karma.

Please. Take me with you.

You're not ready to use the Makai Sword.

But, I won't lose to anyone.

I want to vanquish Horrors!

I want to be like my father.

This is how strong you are.

You're not strong enough

to vanquish a Horror yet.

That little girl really did it.

I couldn't open my mouth.

Careful, Zaruba. She's young,

but she's got skills.

Don't blame me if she did it again.

Don't be ridiculous.

Can't you sell this for half price?

I can't do that.

I won't make any money.

- Come on. Give me a discount.

- I buy stuff here all the time.

Give it a rest.

And quit giving me a hard time.

Cheapskate.

Welcome.

Shion, a Makai Knight

has come to town.

A Makai Knight?

Karma has sent countless Makai Knights

to their grave.

Im not worried.

But he's a Golden Knight.

He's a formidable opponent.

A Golden Knight?

Has he appeared in this town?

It seems so.

Even if sacrificing our own lives,

we will protect you.

I don't need protection.

No one dare point their swords to me.

As you can see, if there were Horrors

nearby, we would know of it.

Is Karma really that terrible?

Yes, Karma does not possess humans.

Its the Horror that only possesses mirrors.

Its hard to defeat because

it jumps from mirror to mirror.

Whatever mirror it's in becomes cursed.

The only way to fight it

is to enter the mirror.

That's right.

Just how are we supposed to enter

a cursed mirror?

According to this book...

It says ''Part with your life

in front of the cursed mirror. ''

So basically you have to die.

You can't enter without dying?

Then Karma can't be vanquished!

There's only one way

to enter without dying.

The Magic Sword of Luvis.

If you use that sword,

the mirror will open.

Akaza, the last one

should be here somewhere.

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