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... T. R. U. T. H.
00:01:39
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Prologue: Congregation
00:02:08
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[Synopsis]
00:04:50
4
Allure
00:04:06
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Hephioz
00:06:00
6
Building Stravozphere
00:04:09
7
Metamorphioz
00:02:37
8
The Phi Oziris
00:06:26
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Calling Nemesis
00:04:54
10
... To Reveal a Grieving Goddess
00:06:42
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Epilogue: The Firebird's Legacy
00:07:44

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