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Sureiyâzu puremiamu (2001)

Lina and Gourry visited the town in a certain beach. In that town, a mysterious incident which is that the person who had eaten the octopus was not able to speak the languages other than ... See full summary »

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Lina Inverse (voice)
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Gourry Gabriev (voice)
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Zelgadis Greywords (voice)
Masami Suzuki ...
Amelia Wil Tesla Seyruun (voice)
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Naga the Serpent (voice)
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Lina and Gourry visited the town in a certain beach. In that town, a mysterious incident which is that the person who had eaten the octopus was not able to speak the languages other than the octopus language happened frequently. And, Gourry who does not know the incident eats slices of raw octopus, and he cannot speak words other than the octopus language. Ameria and Zelgadiss who came there by chance are involved in the trouble, too and the fight with the clan of the octopus which lives in the beach starts. Written by anon

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An OAV adventure that takes place between the second and third TV series
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This review assumes the reader is familiar with SLAYERS.

After defeating Hell Master Phebrizzo at the end of SLAYERS NEXT, Lina Inverse and Gourry Gabriev part ways with the others (like they do at the end of each TV series,) and come to a small coastal town where the favorite delicacy is occtopi. Only after they go into a restaurant and Gourry feasts on some occtopi do they learn of the curse: whoever eats this occtopi falls under a curse, where s/he can only speak in occtopese. Soon Amelia and Zelgadis show up, and they too fall under the curse that the still-alive occtopi have placed under the townsfolk as revenge for dinning on them. Now it's up to Lina and Gourry to travel to the occtopi's underwater lair to put an end to the curse.

Though quite short, this is one SLAYERS episode any true fan should see.


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