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  • Inuyasha Abridgement 1 - "El Inicio Mediocre" (Fandub Español Latino)

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    Main idea and Hard work by: https://www.youtube.com/use...
    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/wat...

    Título alternativo: "La chica que cruzó el tiempo".

    InuYasha: https://www.youtube.com/use...
    Kikyo https://www.youtube.com/use...
    Kaede: http://www.youtube.com/user...
    Sota: https://www.youtube.com/use...
    Mujer cien pies: https://www.youtube.com/cha...
    Abuelo: https://www.youtube.com/use...
    Kagome: Su servidora con voz de retrasada :v


    Les doy amor a todos, porque son geniales y pacientes. El video tardó en salir bastante, pero espero les agrade o/
    Descripción original
    Alternative Title: The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

    Songs:(in order of appearance)

    Inuyasha OST

    Don't stop me now-Queen

    The Blue Wrath - I Monster

    Pokemon music- Nintendo

    Trogdor- StrongBad

    Runaway- Bon Jovi

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