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Stat him, /tg/.
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Força: 2
Habilidade: 3
Resistência: 2
Armadura: 1
Poder de Fogo: 4
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Moisture: Big
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I have no idea why you know him.
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>>58058022
/tg/ is the last place i expected to see him.
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>>58063046
fuckle your seatbelt, anon

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Do you know that kind of person that takes his/her miniatures and, when its bored about them, go to an anvil (or a table, or whatever) and with a hammer smash the figures? If so, what's the reason behind that behaviour? If I spend a lot of money on miniatures the last thing I wanna do is breaking them.
Also, I used to have a friend in college who liked to play warhammer with firecrakers (to make it more realistic)
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>>58064079
That is an... oddly specific thing to do, OP.
There HAS to be a story here. Please share.
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>>58064079
That's weird.

When I don't want my minis, I give them away to people on /tg/.
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>>58064355
>>58064385
OP here
When I asked my friend he told me that it wasn's that bad, and "it's just using a bit of glue after that".
The other thing about the hammer is something I read years ago in a Spanish Warhammer forum, and I think that forum doesn't exist anymore, so I have no idea if I could find that thread again.

Sorry for not being able to explain more, but that's al l can remember now about all this.
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What

>when you LEGO everything and just deconstruct figures when they have outlived their usefulness
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That's funny. when I first heard the term "kitbash", that what I thought it was describing...

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Rolled 3, 5, 5, 3 = 16 (4d6)

Legendary Arms RPG Kamigakari Thread

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>>57882873

Last time:
>Translation stuff galore, english still broken
>The return of kansaianon and misfits in osaka
>A few NPC pictures
>Shizune player running her own game, hopefully more details will be given

Baseline things! And stuff:
>http://www.mediafire.com/file/183vmgy8b3w1uj3/Kamigakari.rar

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>>58060662
I take it you'd rely on methods other than natural PD to get damage for the physical side, using Physical Enhancement to use Conjure instead of Accuracy?
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>>58053935
Cordelia's profile mentions that she hired a teenage Japanese Godhunter into her bodyguard unit and calls him her ninja. How many times a day do you think she does or says something unintentionally racist while trying to be a good boss for him?
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>>58038233
I wrote that shit really late, and only realized that I wrote anything this morning. I think I might really, really, need help.

>>58037147
Fang and claw met its equal with sword and steel, their clash ringing about the area. Neither Yuudai nor Managarmr relented in their assault on the other.

Meanwhile, in HQ, the operators stared in disbelief at the displays on their screens.
"Managarmr's Spirit Energy is rising... What's happening?!"
"J-Kaiser's Spirit Reactor output is rapidly dropping!"
"Great J-Kaiser might not be able to take it on!"

J-Kaiser's, whose movements were always wild and without abandon, now acted deliberately, dodging instead of parrying, seemingly avoiding contact with Managarmr, like the plague-infested dog it was.
"yOU CAtcH On qUIck, bOY," Managarmr snarled, both combatants stepping away from the other.
"It's pretty smart of you. Kaiser Sword's blade is fueled with my own Spirit Energy. Tomoe seemed pretty worn out from just fighting you, so it had to be something you were doing." He turns the sword, such that the now-dull gem in the center of the guard was shown. "Good thing I figured it out in time!"
"shAME yOU wEre tOo lATE!" Black rings, outlined in red, bursted out from Managarmr, then closed back into him, marking him all over his body. At that moment, he charged at the currently off-guard Yuudai.

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>>58062385
Pretty often, i'd say.
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>>58064369
Well, i'm still listening if you got more.

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>If it ain't Baroque, fix it edition

Because the 1700's can be full of fantasy, swordplay, AND firearms!
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>>58062607
Aren’t Quakers pacifists? And borderline Neutrals like from Futurama?
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>>58062772
From what I've read, they're the closest thing we have to modern Gnostics. Their faith is very different, but the idea that everyone has a touch of the divine within them and is equally deserving of salvation is similar.

In practice, they've made a habit throughout the centuries of standing up against injustice. Quakers are pacifist, yes, but our fantasy counterpart doesn't need to be.
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>>58060331
>>58061040
Doesn't change the fact you are bad at selling your pitch. Just check your choice for OP post. It attracts... who? Toward what?

>>58061432
Which covers only for France, Prussia and Russia. All three in different parts of the discussed periods and usually directly related with specific ruler.
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>>58062841
>If we change the very core of what makes Quarkers, then we can still call them such, because insane troll logic
Next on Bullshit TV - Catholics without Mary and saints!
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>>58062901
>Which covers only for France, Prussia and Russia
We could extend the definition of absolute to more mean Extremism. That would allow both Absolute Monarchism and Radical Republicanism (as seen late in the century) to be covered.
>All three in different parts of the discussed periods and usually directly related with specific ruler
So? Like in most settings based in or on a historical period, we’re borrowing from several parts of the century. And it might be fun to imagine how those historical figures (translated into a fantasy world) would have played off each other more directly.

Hey /tg/, I want to get some 3d models I made printed as game pieces. I'm aware of Shapeways, but I've never used it. Is there anything I should know about before I order things?

If it helps, the sort of pieces I want to print are vehicles with moveable turrets.
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Can't help you anon, Shapeways is not a good choice for guys living in Europe like me (15$ for shipping abroad) so I'll have to find another way to print it here in France.

I can't wait to find a game where I can play and print this former sea guard/boarding soldier and his trusty spear.

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Did you ever commission art of your character/party? What do you (dis)like in /tg/-related art?
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>>58059217
Yes, and with typically good results.

There does seem to be an issue with communication as well as artistic freedom. There is almost no way to translate the image in your head into someone else's.
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>>58059217
Things I dislike about /tg/ related art:
>I can't draw.
>There's a distinct lack of orcs
>There's a shameful lack of Orks as well as Dakka
>Every-time someone mentions a monster-girl an entire shitshow of younglings starts saying how it's ruining /tg/ (like the ultimate human fantasy ISN'T going beyond the vale and porking whatever is in there).
>I there are not enough threads where one is encouraged to tell a story about whatever's in the pic.
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>>58059369
Sadly I don't know any, but there are plenty of good art around, I just usually don't look up the artists (even though I really should)
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>>58059217
i constantly play a slew of differnt diverse characters.

it would be silly to pay money for something like that let alone so much money. Mind if it was free (a few times ive gotten some free custom character art) then i cant be not happy.
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>>58060779
In what sense?

>>58061105
That's a good reason. You finished the campaign?

>>58061326
You can try putting together a collage of references.

>>58061381
Monstergirls and /tg/ have become one from what I see, so..

>>58063113
Check out the drawthread, they have a thing going!

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>that guy whos character is mostly silent because "mysterious" and its always rolling for stealth
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>>58060955
>that guy who bitches about that other guy because he did something the first guy doesn't like
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>>58064300
>There's also a certain animal (I think the salamander?) that's deemed curse in Islam. The reason for it is that, according to Islamic history, Moses' house once caught fire and all the animals gathered to put it out. Except for the salamander, who blew on the fire (to intensify it).
Is that a literal salamander the little critter that enjoys hiding behind stock tanks, or the mythical salamander the evil fire creature

Basically I mean which came first, the story about Mohammed's house, or the concept of a salamander as being a wicked spirit of fire
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>>58060955
>the guy who plays a berserker but keep talking with our opponents like its some fucking anime
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>>58063988
>None of this ever happened
that was the whole point
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>>58061055

Play a warlock of the great old one and you can do it from 1st level I think.

ITT: Weapon types/combinations you love to play with.

For me, nothing beats the old spear + shield combo. I understand its probably not as good in a fight as buckler + short-sword but I'll be damned if I don't choose a spear the first chance I get.
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>>58063122
>First, the attachment of the voulge blade to the shaft was usually done by binding the lower two thirds of the blade to the side of the pole; the glaive would often have a socket built into the blade itself and was mounted on top of the pole.
It's clearly attached via a socket on top of the pole, rather than being attached parallel to it. It's a glaive.
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>>58062594
>No. It's literally a spear.

Slow down there, buddy, you must have missed
>But equating them is misleading
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I'm a big sucker for magic gauntlet + hand-and-half swords for my melee/caster hybrids. Maybe it's a bit weeby, but I love overly flashy moves and punching dudes with fire.

Also a great source for sword references: http://sword-site.com/
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>>58042769
>>58045055
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>>58054529
Exactly my point. Cock-knuckle back there was so sure marines were hot shit with bladed weapons and got his training hours out by at least an order of magnitude.

Shakedown edition

Talk about botes, bote based wargaming and RPGs, and maybe even a certain bote based vidya that tickles our autism in just the right way.

Games, Ospreys and References (Courtesy of /hwg/)
https://www.mediafire.com/folder/lx05hfgbic6b8/Naval_Wargaming

Models and Manufacturers
https://pastebin.com/LcD16k7s

Rule the Waves
https://mega.nz/#!EccBTJIY!MqKZWSQqNv68hwOxBguat1gcC_i28O5hrJWxA-vXCtI

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>>58054942
>3 hits out of 16 launches
I always wonder wether that actually pretty good result influenced the IJN's later decision to go for their extremely torpedo-heavy cruisers and DDs, or if that was purely a result of the Treaty.

Sure, it wasn't a resounding victory that destroyed a whole squadron.
What was important for the Japanese was that a few relateively cheap ships showed that they could hurt a squadron of more expensive ships from one of the dominant European powers.

Of course we know today that the Imperial Russian fleet was a hollow shell at that point in time anyway, but that is hindsight.
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>Oh I know its a rather ridiculous idea but all kinds of ideas, both more and less crazy, were likely running through Admirals heads during such a huge period of change.

Yes but none were held onto more fervently. Even ramming, which had far more real world successes than laughable spar torpedo example you raised was eventually abandoned.

>>They did have examples of similar methods succeeding after all.

Cushing/Albemarle and the Hunley/Housatonic. Can you name any other successful spar torpedo attacks? (Hint: There are none). The tech wasn't ready yet and every real firing test, as opposed to refereed wargame shot, proved as much.
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>>>RULES<<<

Requesters:
>Provide good, detailed references (pictures are better than verbal descriptions), so the artists know what you're looking for. When making new requests, quote the OP post. When migrating requests quote the OP post and link to your post in the previous thread.
>If you have a WIP or pending request quote the Anchor Post, and attach the WIP so your Drawfag can find you.
>Do not reply to other deliveries with a request that the artist fill your request next.
>Hold off on additional requests after receiving a delivery from an artist, be mindful of the other requests that might deserve attention.
>Bump your request only after 24 hours has passed, you may bump once every 24 hours after the first.
>If you're unsatisfied with your completed request, please wait a 2-3 threads or so to re-request it.
>Reminder that nobody is entitled to a delivery under any circumstances within these threads.
>Ignore the bait, you're better than this
>Stay on topic

Artists and Artists-to-Be:
>Feel free to drop your tumblrs/websites/commission/etc information, but:

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>>58064849
Not OR but that's damn nice.
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>>58009338
How does this look for a WIP, any changes?

Not sure what you mean by a bundled up tail with a bow, but I don't think it would be visible anyway
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>>58065367
How come thieflings 9/10 times are wearing fucking asian clothes and stuff?
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>>58065426
Weebs.
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>>58065367
Hey this looks really good! When I mean bundled up, I was thinking about her tail being tied up with a bow so it could be somewhat hidden.....but now that i think about it its pretty dumb. So don't worry about it

>>58065426
I was watching kubo and the two strings when I got the idea....so yeah like the other anon said, weebs.

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Hello, my dudes! I beg your pardon for seemingly unrelated question, but yet again, I believe in you more than in the rest of the board.
You see, I want to make a yamabushi inspired character, which employs a variety of weapons. And even though I found out that those mountain ascetics used a lot of various tools, I can't find anything concrete. I know for sure they wielded Katana and Naginata, but those choices are rather bland.
Maybe some of you know more about this subject? Please help!
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>>58059770
That being said, Yamabushi are strongly related first to swords, because they were armed warriors who fought with such weapons made for or claimed from Samurai, and with pole arms, as they were useful in defending their mountainous monasteries. My suggestion is to pick a polearm and research Ikko-Ikki, which is where a lot of our pop culture ideas of the japanese warrior monk comes from
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>I can't find anything concrete. I know for sure they wielded Katana and Naginata, but those choices are rather bland.

That you're not finding much is because the yamabushi and sohei are, much like the ninja, mostly far more recent creations layering embellishment and fiction on top of a rather minimal historical core. The reality is by and large that, just as in Europe, a monastic career was an option for noblemen, and those who took that route remained involved in all the same politics an power plays as those who didn't. At time that meant fighting, at which point they'd use the same equipment and tactics as any other noblemen at the time, as well as arm retainers (in this case lower ranking monks, those who'd send most of their time doing menial labour instead of anything religious) and calling in the armed overseers of the monasteries' holdings away from Kyoto, ie the same proto-samurai that all the other noblemen kept employed to ensure that they didn't need to lave the capital. Odds are they never even combined their robes and armour, just like the ninja's black outfit that's a later artistic shorthand to show who they were in drawings (shame, it's a striking look). The yamabushi are an offshoot of this largely fictional sohei, in the same way that the actual mountain ascetics were outliers of the Buddhist community. For more reading: Adolphson, The Teeth and Claws of the Buddha

So the weaponry and equipment here is just what was used in general in Japan at the time. Bow and arrow of course, with the important people mounted if the terrain so allowed (the hills around Kyoto kinda don't). Not much in the way of spears around, the polearm above all else is the naginata. The main sword is the tachi, with early (and kinda small) katana being something the basic armed retainer/grunt might have. The odd two handed mace or greatsword I guess. Or you can just roll with the fiction I guess, in which case anything's fair game really.
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>>58059739
I really want to go with kama, but I always thought it is kind of Okinawa peasantry thing? I'm also okay with mundane weapons, staves are neat in my book, for example. I just want to shape my guy with at least some degree of authenticity.
>>58060813
Interesting post, I enjoyed it - artwork is also great. Appreciate the bit about bow - nice idea.
>odd two handed mace
Also got my interest. What kind of mace exactly? What should I google for the reference?
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>>58060813
From what I gather, the best current theory as to what Sohei were is merchenaries and shrine workers.

Theirs being a feudal world, they did take up arms to defend their rights and, in case of Japan, carried the shrines they were maintaining in their day-to-day job down the mountains and into towns too. The confusion with actual monks comes from the fact that lay dependants took religious names which made it seem like monks were marching when in reality it was just its workers and protective detail/private police force.

Concerning Yamabushi, nobody knows shit. But there's some stuff that makes them sound like typical Buddhism-derived mysticists who relied on hindu sanskrit texts as guides for their ascetic practices. They basically monked out innawoods until they had amassed enough spiritual power and then descended to work miracles. In some regions, the local women fucked them to secure a cut of that power for their families and villages.

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the fourth image in your reaction folder is now your character portrait
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>>58061611
I can work with this.
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>>58061611
Finally
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>>58064682
Theme song
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a3ZlpTp_dJA
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ITT: Actual things from history or myths or whatever that your players or /tg/ would scream is Magical Realm if you include them in your campaign but did happen / are real.

>entire city of OP fighters who only focus on training and never on doing anything else but fight, train and fuck (most of the time it's each other)
>cuckolding is a very important part of the culture and so is sharing your wife so she can be impregnated by someone else
>army superiors promote and support homosexual relationships between soldiers so they'll fight better
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>>58060499
Let's add to it:

Sexual hospitality, where the host offers his wife or daughter to the guest.

Snohachestvo, a pre-revolution Russian practice where the head of the household held full sexual access to his sons' wives.

The practice some New Guinean tribes had of having little boys fellate adult men to share in their vital force.

Also a New Guinean belief that conceiving a child requires copulating as often as possible, because the child is build up bit by bit.

Some South American peoples' belief that a baby can have multiple fathers, so if theres several good men the woman would just have sex with all of them.

And finally, the Trobriand Islands, where the staple crop posessed contraceptive qualities to such extent that the islanders never noticed the link between sex and conception, and as a result developed a very free-love culture.
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>>58061448
You know secular prostitutes are still a thing, right?
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>>58060499
>Eastern European trans marriage between women (one of whom undergoes a social sex change).

What?
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>>58055825
What the fuck are you talking about? The Forbidden City had a lot more than just concubines in it. It was practically the seat of the Chinese empire. There were only like 5 buildings designated for concubines.

Big buildings but like
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>>58064561
There are the Albanian sworn virgins, but they didn't marry...

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Hey /tg/,
Helo me come up with a title for my magical tailor girl. So far I got Wizrobe and Spellweaver, but anything lighthearthed and punny is welcome.
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>>58064246
Stitch in Time
Freya/Frayer
The Looming Darkness
Stitchwitch
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Tailor swift
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>>58064456
>Stitchwitch

Pretty good!
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The Seamstress

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>>58066041
How are they shitting in your mouth?
Depending on the way their doing it, Red is here for you.
If they're playing Bojuka, punish them for thinking of playing lands with Zo-Zu.
If they're playing spells, punish them for the thought with Ruric Thar.
If they're playing with your heart, punish them with huge Fireballs and Comet Storms with Neheb.
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Anyone got suggestions for some offbeat jank I could use with Sheoldred? Don't want to just go with monoblack goodstuff.

She's the commander because I pulled her in foil a while back and she's a qt
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>>58066124
yeah i think the average player is going to risk taking 2 damage to exile 5 cards from a reanimator's grave
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>>58066140
but your grave doesn't matter if your playing Zo-Zu.
What matters is your plan.
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>Suppression Field
>Clever Impersonator copying Suppression Field
>Copy Enchantment copying Suppression Field

>friend's Scarab God now costs 8UB to activate once
>other friend's Atraxa superfriends cost 6 for a single activation of any 'walker ability

Hanna is good



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