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KENOKE STATUE FROM HIGHSCHOOL DXD

Who here has seen the anime??
I still haven't seen it
And honestly they didn't portray this character right in this statue lol cause i google who this character was and apparently in the anime she's a little 15 year old girl lol like Bruh what?!?!? In this statue she looks at least in her 20s lol I am being deceived here lol
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