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Kuroshitsuji Facebook Chatroom & More

By Alexis Marie Davis

Other / Humor

Author's Note

Hey guys! I finally updated this story. This is the cast:

J. Michael Tatum- Sebastian Michaelis and France

Brina Palencia- Earl Ciel Phantomhive and Hideyoshi Kinoshita

Todd Haberkom- Italy

Ian Sinclair- Baldroy

Monica Rial- Mey-Rin

Jason Liebrecht- Finnian

Jerry Jewell- Lau and Russia

Trina Nishimura- Ran-Mao

Cherami Leigh- Elizabeth Ethel Cordelia Midford

Daniel Fredrick- Grell Sutcliffe

John Swasey- Undertaker

Barry Yandell- William T. Spears

Joel McDonald- Ronald Knox

Jason Douglas- Claude Faustus

Caitlin Glass- Hannah Anafellows

Jessica Cavavangh- Paula

Luci Christan- Earl Alois "Jim Macken" Trancy

Christoper Bevins- Japan

Clarine Harp- China

Patrick Seitz- Germany

Alexis Marie Davis (me)- Le Admin 1 and New Orleans

Lynne-chan (my bestie!)- Le Admin 2

Alicia Simone Davis (my sister)- Le Admin 3 and New York

Eric Vale- America

Jonathan Brooks- Prussia

Montgomery Sutton- Denmark

Scott Freeman- England, Canterbury, Thompson and Timber, Yuji Sakamoto

Mela Lee- Yuki Cross

Vic Mignogna- Zero Kiryu

Erza Weisz- Kaname Kuran

Josh Greene- Akihisa Yoshii

Alexis Tipton- Mizuki Himeji

Leah Clark- Minami Shimada

Greg Aryes- Kouta Tsuchiya

The Cast of Tokyo Ghoul, Death Parade, Assassination Classroom & Tokyo Ghoul Season 2


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