Si me miras te destruyo. Artemis, mi diosa favorita. (Capítulo 21)

Si me miras te destruyo. Artemis, mi diosa favorita. (Capítulo 21)

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Si me miras te destruyo. Artemis, mi diosa favorita. (Capítulo 21) description

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Imanol Ingunza Renteria

Un sentido de la justicia-castigo- compensación-venganza un tanto difuso el que atribuían estas gentes griegas a sus dioses. No sabías quién había sido el malo y quién el bueno. ¡Muy buena entrada!

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RedFate

Otro fan de Artemisa por aquí 👍 A ver si algún le dedicas una entrega a mí favorita, Adrestia 👀 Lo dicho, muy bueno el formato, como siempre y me paso a ver la versión de YouTube, ¡un saludo! 🙌

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