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Those goblins are very fun, I particularly like the ones that evoke Labyrinth, but the others are great too

   
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Affton, MO. USA

I love the beaky goblin guy . Much catching up to do....soon.

Also just ordered a Anycubic and wash machine for myself after seeing your resin figures....so jealous.

LOL, Theo your mind is an amazing place, never change.-camkierhi 9/19/13
I cant believe theo is right.. damn. -comradepanda 9/26/13
None of the strange ideas we had about you involved your sexual orientation..........-Monkeytroll 12/10/13

I'd put you on ignore for that comment, if I could...Alpharius 2/11/14 
   
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Slinky wrote:Those goblins are very fun, I particularly like the ones that evoke Labyrinth, but the others are great too

Cheers mate! I know what you mean. The pirate ones also have a good Froud/Labyrinth vibe, as do 2 of the trolls (one IS Ludo, and the other is a goblin with a cannon on a troll's back). There's a couple more Goblin city ones too. The shroomy ones appeal to the kid in me that used to play WH Orks.
Theophony wrote:I love the beaky goblin guy . Much catching up to do....soon.
Also just ordered a Anycubic and wash machine for myself after seeing your resin figures....so jealous.

Ha. You fool! Beaky Bobby is great, and there will be more goblin city denizens anon. Good to see you back, brother, too.
In the meantime, first of said pirate goblins, Seasick [strike]Steve [/strike] Stu:

Fun fig, drunken goblin pirate

I've always liked the idea of goblin pirates since the old confrontation ones

A sneak peek: a WIP of that pesky giant:

Dim and Dimmer, with their tendency to snack on goblins (look at his bag!)
And, an experiment, playing with glues

Going for a bubbling blood base, which I'm also thinking about using for belly of the beast, the alien... interior Otherworld for Brimstone. Done with PVA layer, and droplets of superglue on to make it shrink and bubble.
Picked up the Strontium Dog metal figs for a steal off eBay, so now have the full starter box contents for half price. In a moment of weakeness I may have also picked up the various Brimstone card packs I'm missing, however. Hurrah for the internet!
Faeries next, along with the above Ettin - just chipping away at the pile...
Graven

Theophony"... and there's strippers in terminator armor and lovecraftian shenanigans afoot."
Solar_Lion: "Man this sums up your blog nicely."

Anpu-adom: "being Geek is about Love. Some love broadly. Some love deeply. And then there are people like Graven.
 
   
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Moving on, Dim & Dimmer

Which is which?!


Yeah, happy with that!
And two more faeries, Wasp and Silvertongue

Trotting on
Graven


Theophony"... and there's strippers in terminator armor and lovecraftian shenanigans afoot."
Solar_Lion: "Man this sums up your blog nicely."

Anpu-adom: "being Geek is about Love. Some love broadly. Some love deeply. And then there are people like Graven.
 
   
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Mostly, on my phone.


Hola,

I find it weird, in an interesting way, what gets attention on t'internet. Dim & Dimmer blew up on my Instagram (insta.graven ). Here, not so much different strokes for different folks, I guess.



Anyhoo, with the first wave of Moonstone Dominion figures (Goblins and Faeries) painted, before starting the Commonwealth Humans my little whimsical fantasy adventure continues with somewhere to live, with the two TT Combat Moonstone cottages:



Freehand *shudder* Rather pleased though. Although as a set of two they’re referred to as Briar Rose Cottages, that’s no use to distinguish between them. So, because one on the right handily has the Commonwealth compass symbol on its little… porch? Verandah? Well, whatever - it shall be known as Compass Cottage!



They’re not quite finished yet, though. The plan is, I think, to mount a flickering LED inside the roofs.



Whilst the wall colours may seem… off just now inside Compass Cottage it’s to try to create a convincing warm glow when viewed from outside. The interiors are not necessarily to be playable, but do need to be accessible for a couple of scenarios (stealing moonstones, going home drunk from the pub, that sort of thing) – hence I’m not going crazy with the detailing. The pub itself will likely get a bit more attention, however, as it’s a much larger footprint, and everyone likes a barroom brawl



Moonstone: Dominion first push done (and a couple of townsfolk lurking at the back there)! Definitely need to get better photos of the faeries. They're Glass ninjas, they kinda play like eldar. Wasp (left-hand end) is every bit as deadly and annoying as his name suggests. He can remove the innate weakeness of any Faerie within 6" (including himself), has a decent ranged attack and - if he pulls it off - one of the deadliest crits in the game, easily capable of taking out anything short of a giant. Nasty bugger. Silvertongue (right-hand end) can mind control opponents with no chance to resist, which is all kinds of awful, but he has to be nearby and is super squishy. I've yet to try the faerie Queen but she's on the build list, as she powers them all up, along with the other 3 Faeries, 6 goblins, and 3 trolls for Dominion – never mind the 2 giants and 6 humans for Commonwealth, a fifth citizen (Mantic barman with a bulldog), oh and 6 Leshavault cultists. But hey, new expansion Kickstarter in a week



Next, to the pub! (if only :’( ) and then onto the first Commonwealth push: 7 highly detailed fantasy humans to paint! Oh, the fear.

Ta ta

Graven





Theophony"... and there's strippers in terminator armor and lovecraftian shenanigans afoot."
Solar_Lion: "Man this sums up your blog nicely."

Anpu-adom: "being Geek is about Love. Some love broadly. Some love deeply. And then there are people like Graven.
 
   
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I love how prolific you are. So much stuff!

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Warboss_Waaazag wrote:I love how prolific you are. So much stuff!
I totally agree! Not only so much but all the fun models you are painting up. If I had time to play more I would be grabbing some of the game systems you display here on your blog.
   
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The houses are looking great, especially the freehand rose

   
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Madison, WI

As a builder and painter of buildings for Bushido... I absolutely love the job you've done on those cottages graven. They look just right!

Anvildude: "Honestly, it's kinda refreshing to see an Ork vehicle that doesn't look like a rainbow threw up on it."

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I'm really enjoying your Moonstone models. They're in a genre one doesn't normally see on Dakka, and your earthy take on them really elevates the models to the next level.

Now showing The Tiger Corps from Mars Attacks!

Painting Total as of 8/1/2021: 51 plus an iron golem and five spider nests and all the obstacles for Dreadball Xtreme and four trapdoors and a cauldron and some teleport disks!

Painting Total as of 12/26/2020: 185 plus two mechs and the Throne of Bone




 
   
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Warboss_Waaazag wrote:I love how prolific you are. So much stuff!
 
too much stuff  

Yorkright wrote: I totally agree! Not only so much but all the fun models you are painting up. If I had time to play more I would be grabbing some of the game systems you display here on your blog. 
 
Well, there's a Ks coming for moonstone and old stuff will be available for cheap...  

endtransmission wrote:The houses are looking great, especially the freehand rose
 
Many thanks, in the end I enjoyed the challenge. 

Gitsplitta wrote:As a builder and painter of buildings for Bushido... I absolutely love the job you've done on those cottages graven. They look just right!
 
Thanks kindly mate. There will be some feudal japan elements heading this way soon, actually, for Forbidden Fortress - I've got a set of Torii arches glowering at me demanding paint right now! And, knowing me, that means scatter won’t be far behind  

JoshInJapan wrote:I'm really enjoying your Moonstone models. They're in a genre one doesn't normally see on Dakka, and your earthy take on them really elevates the models to the next level.
 
Thanks buddy. "Earthy" yeah I'll take that compliment! 

Made progress on the Rusty Blade Tavern: 
  

Wanted it to be a bit more playable, a bit more detailed. The inside surface of the doors is flat, so I roughly painted in the planking. I have various bits of furniture which I’ll add, and the bar is in two pieces for access/general throwing about. Of course, then my son said, “Shouldn’t it have a fire?” So then, this happened…  
  

This was relatively simple, reusing some MDF A/C ducting left over from the Brutal Cities buildlings. I also decided to jazz up the shields on the walls and add a (painted) hatch behind the bar. Of course, you can’t have a :flame: without a chimney…  
 

This was… considerably less simple More A/C ducting, some plastic bases for depth and blister packaging to shape the sides. Last time I did something like this was for the LOER! The next step was to GS over this and brick-roller it.  

 
Realised part way through painting it I'd forgotten to take a picture. You get the idea though. 
 
And the finished brickwork. It's obviously a smaller pattern than the rest of the tavern but, hey, it's fantasy architecture *shrug*. I’m impressed, generally, with the brick roller; I did have to mark out a couple of bits again but even so, a real time saver. It’s going to make a big difference to basing generally, as is the wooden one (for Forbidden Fortress, primarily).

Finished Rusty Blades Tavern, with interior. And, every tavern needs a barman: 

This is a Mantic Dungeon Saga promo, he's a bit wee (even for a dwarf!), 25mm rather than the 32mm of Moonstone, but it's a great fig and it's fine for the final member of the townsfolk. Plus, he has a little bulldog pup oh yes ohnonononono (sorry, very British reference). I’ve not gone nuts with the furniture, just what I had spare/unfinished lying about; yes, I could maybe use another table or two but if I feel that’s the case I’ll print something, most likely. Then again TT make a full set of MDF bar furniture for £4...

For scale purposes, that's a Reaper fishwife, Moonstone Giant, Mantic Dwarf, Carnevale human and Moonstone Goblin
All in all, I’m pretty happy with it, and it’s really going to make our Moonstone (and indeed AoS) games feel more authentic. For the town as a whole, I want to print a few creepy trees, like the ones I did before (which went to metropolis as a birthday gift, tree-hugging hippy that he is), and maybe make a wee rivers. 

Also got a maildrop today, Shikarri Nomad Crusaders for Brimstone & Forbidden Fortress: world travelling zealots who hunt down anyone using dark stone, or reward PCs that don't. 6 figs, 2 body and 4 different head sculpts per sprue of great generic post apocalyptic warriors? Hell yeah.Now I'm just waiting on what I ordered in the Presidents’ Day sale. Damn you Brexit! That stuff will pretty much completes my Shadows of Brimstone collection, beyond the various promos and lumps of overpriced resin. Lifestyle game indeed :~8 I suppose I should get the other heroes and alt figs done too… Still, Moonstone (and the terrain) has been an excellent palate cleanser generally. Who knows, there might be something… super headed this way 

Theophony"... and there's strippers in terminator armor and lovecraftian shenanigans afoot."
Solar_Lion: "Man this sums up your blog nicely."

Anpu-adom: "being Geek is about Love. Some love broadly. Some love deeply. And then there are people like Graven.
 
   
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 inmygravenimage wrote:


JoshInJapan wrote:I'm really enjoying your Moonstone models. They're in a genre one doesn't normally see on Dakka, and your earthy take on them really elevates the models to the next level.
 
Thanks buddy. "Earthy" yeah I'll take that compliment! 

 


"Earthy" is very much a compliment. All of the best fairy illustrations are in subtle watercolors (c.f Froud and Lee), and you've really captured that with these models.

That tavern looks like it would be a blast to play in.

Now showing The Tiger Corps from Mars Attacks!

Painting Total as of 8/1/2021: 51 plus an iron golem and five spider nests and all the obstacles for Dreadball Xtreme and four trapdoors and a cauldron and some teleport disks!

Painting Total as of 12/26/2020: 185 plus two mechs and the Throne of Bone




 
   
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I knew i had the most catch up to do in this plog Lovely work all around, those goblins are great and enjoyed all the pics of the tavern, really comijng together, fireplace is looking great!
   
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JoshInJapan wrote:
"Earthy" is very much a compliment. All of the best fairy illustrations are in subtle watercolors (c.f Froud and Lee), and you've really captured that with these models.

That tavern looks like it would be a blast to play in.

Well I appreciate that very much, I've actually asked my wife for a book of Froud troll illustrations for my birthday.
And, I'm looking forward to playing through the Tavern still debating more scatter though.

Viterbi wrote:I knew i had the most catch up to do in this plog Lovely work all around, those goblins are great and enjoyed all the pics of the tavern, really coming together, fireplace is looking great!

Many thanks old son. Need to get some more goblins

Well today had some making and some gaming, which was lovely. Yesterday was the first really, really bad mental health day I've had in a long time; the missus reckons that, ironically, because I wasn't at work I had too much time to think.
First of all, decided to make some Acid Blobs for Forbidden Fortress, in anticipation of the cardstock token version that comes in the game. Used the superglue droplets onto Pva method, cheap and effective. Also, Temple dogs arrived today, so everything's coming up FoFo (or perhaps Foo!) Then, had a great game of Dredd with the lad.

My mutants tried a raid on the big meg

It was a big time rumble; poor old Anderson got stuck back in Boing! Meanwhile, citizens went about their... Legitimate business

In the end, the senior Street judge proved why they're so feared (and so much more valuable than a robot!), taking out almost all the perps himself.
Great to break out the full set of Brutal cities terrain. It was also ace to see the boy playing much, much more tactically, neither too defensive nor aggressive but using healing, moving with cover, picking them off steadily - definitely improving. Not an easy win for him, so a good one on many levels. From my perspective, it was my first outing with the mutie gang and I LOVED them, they're a brutal swarm with lots of action manipulation. Going to make his life a misery definitely need to paint up my stront muties, both for variety and to add some special characters with funky rules.
Working on the cowpokes, nothing much to show, but it's all progress, right? More to come,
Graven



Theophony"... and there's strippers in terminator armor and lovecraftian shenanigans afoot."
Solar_Lion: "Man this sums up your blog nicely."

Anpu-adom: "being Geek is about Love. Some love broadly. Some love deeply. And then there are people like Graven.
 
   
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Colorado, USA

Those city streets look amazing. Glad to hear the boy is learning. Keep up the mutie pressure and he'll rise to the challenge.
Looking forward to what comes next.

   
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Madison, WI

Fantastic looking gaming area! Really enjoyed hearing about the game and the fine win earned by the spawn.

Anvildude: "Honestly, it's kinda refreshing to see an Ork vehicle that doesn't look like a rainbow threw up on it."

Gitsplitta's Unified Painting Theory
 
   
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DJJazzyJeff wrote:Those city streets look amazing. Glad to hear the boy is learning. Keep up the mutie pressure and he'll rise to the challenge.
Looking forward to what comes next.

Many thanks! Oh, paralysis of choice here with what to do though.
Gitsplitta wrote:Fantastic looking gaming area! Really enjoyed hearing about the game and the fine win earned by the spawn.

Cheers! Would more detailed reports be of interest to folk? I appreciate I tend not to play gw, don't know if there's the appetite?

Well now, it's a long weekend here in the UK and the weather has lent itself to BBQ (by which I mean cook-out), beer (too much beer at that) and building with the kids.

That's the rest of my Brimstone built apart from the Nomad Crusaders. More crabby goodness!

And spent some time painting and colouring with little miss (because, after all, Friendship is Magic).

Hungry Ghosts for Forest of the Dead (forbidden fortress expansion). Mostly, this was a test for the forest basing as I continue my texture paint adventures. Agrellan, green wash, khaki highlights, and cotton wool wisps.

And finally, my nasty little goblins won a painting competition patmocon ran a #moonstonemay and I'm delighted that I took my time with the horrid little critters. Got a box set of my choice, so picked up the Dawn, Day and Dusk witches. I don't need them per se, but I do want them, and hey, I think I earned that
Graven


Theophony"... and there's strippers in terminator armor and lovecraftian shenanigans afoot."
Solar_Lion: "Man this sums up your blog nicely."

Anpu-adom: "being Geek is about Love. Some love broadly. Some love deeply. And then there are people like Graven.
 
   
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Madison, WI

I'm always interested in any kind of battle report!

Anvildude: "Honestly, it's kinda refreshing to see an Ork vehicle that doesn't look like a rainbow threw up on it."

Gitsplitta's Unified Painting Theory
 
   
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Mostly, on my phone.

Gitsplitta wrote:I'm always interested in any kind of battle report!

You are shameless I shall bear that in mind.

Sorryfor the general lack of content this week. Work continues to be an unmitigated hell. Professionally, I don't think I've ever felt less confident in my abilities. The exam board has been deemed not fit for purpose, and everything and everyone is at odds with one another. Needless to say, that's more work for teachers. And, let's face it, it's all our fault, isn't it?

I've not been entirely idle, however. All my remaining bits for Brimstone turned up from the US (card packs for expanding threats, themed adventure decks, some extra snazzy dice) so I'm now maxed out lol. There's something perversely satisfying about NOT feeling one has anything else to get for a game (gotta catch em all!) Nevertheless, I am finding the last batch of Brimstone heroes fairly tedious... So I painted another little reaper snakey

Printed a bow and quiver to add to the dude. Just steadily building up the ranks and on the subject of printing, a little progress on Atrocitus, Lord of Ysmault:

He's... bloody nasty with Sinestro Corps finally on their way from Spain, my lantern war is hotting up!

Where real progress has been made is assembling Moonstone.

Hurrah for the green stuff roller! Nice mix of goblins, trolls, a giantess, cultists and HUMANS! Madness. Just in time for the Kickstarter launch tomorrow...
Graven

Theophony"... and there's strippers in terminator armor and lovecraftian shenanigans afoot."
Solar_Lion: "Man this sums up your blog nicely."

Anpu-adom: "being Geek is about Love. Some love broadly. Some love deeply. And then there are people like Graven.
 
   
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UK

Always best to change tack when you get bored, lest the mojo desert you

Goblin in boat looks suitably bonkers

   
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Madison, WI

I think that's a wheel-barrel... and yes, totally bonkers! I'd figure out a way to use that model for Bushido!

Anvildude: "Honestly, it's kinda refreshing to see an Ork vehicle that doesn't look like a rainbow threw up on it."

Gitsplitta's Unified Painting Theory
 
   
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Slinky wrote:Always best to change tack when you get bored, lest the mojo desert you

Goblin in boat looks suitably bonkers

Believe me buddy, that's NOTHING compared to the rest of the Pirate gobbos and indeed, wouldn't want to lose my mojo
Gitsplitta wrote:I think that's a wheel-barrel... and yes, totally bonkers! I'd figure out a way to use that model for Bushido!

It's a boat AND a wheelbarrow

Right, so, my little dakkanauts, what next? Well, it's been a weekend of beer and friends as we slowly unlock hereabouts, and work is still monstrous, but I found away to channel the fury. So, feel the rage of dread Atrocitus, Lord of Ysmault.

Blood for the blood god! Skulls for the throne of... Well anyway

Meanwhile, whilst painting up my Acid Blobs I realised I wasn't happy with them. They'll be dandy as bases for Belly of The Beast critters (Flesh Mites and Bone Eaters) just not... quite... right for blobs. Back to the drawing board

On the subject of Brimstone generally, there has been some time for a short spot of project catch up... next push of character models done.

Just done piecemeal. Fairly quick and dirty tbh but quite happy with them in the end, especially the bear and wolf forms for the skinchanger shaman.
Talking of bits and bobs

Modular mine tracks and carts, for Brimstone ostensibly but general layout fun. Many thanks to the legend that is endtransmission .
I also painted up a little, printed lantern and chopping block for my Moonstone scenery

To go with the next push of figures...

Wife was building Lego, so I got to build my toys. Happy times

And the rest. Not built Crusty Balboa (goblin riding a crab) or the witches three yet, but very nearly there. Did get my Skitarri Nomads (post apoc warriors) done for Brimstone/Forbidden Fortress also, great generic sci-fi figs. This leaves on the build pile just DC stuff (green lantern corps, Sinestro Corps, krypto), Mantic Armada (human and orc fleets) and a set of avenger strike fighters for AI. Which is not bad... Till the birthday hits in a couple of weeks

Adiós
Graven

Theophony"... and there's strippers in terminator armor and lovecraftian shenanigans afoot."
Solar_Lion: "Man this sums up your blog nicely."

Anpu-adom: "being Geek is about Love. Some love broadly. Some love deeply. And then there are people like Graven.
 
   
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You know, you say too much stuff, but you're getting it done. I also have too much stuff and work at a snail's pace by comparison to you. Too much is all relative. As long as you're having fun, there's no such thing as too much. At least I don't think so.

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So busy...

Anvildude: "Honestly, it's kinda refreshing to see an Ork vehicle that doesn't look like a rainbow threw up on it."

Gitsplitta's Unified Painting Theory
 
   
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Warboss_Waaazag wrote:You know, you say too much stuff, but you're getting it done. I also have too much stuff and work at a snail's pace by comparison to you. Too much is all relative. As long as you're having fun, there's no such thing as too much. At least I don't think so.

Well you're most kind. I agree with you about fun, it does have to be that way, or what's the point?
Gitsplitta wrote:So busy...

It's all just a desperate attempt to preserve what little sanity I have left
So with that in mind, some nasty wee critters!

Flesh mites, burrowing through the belly of the beast. The abortive attempt at acid blobs make excellent bases, as hoped. I am sneakily stealing a march on Forest Of the Dead and Forbidden Fortress.
In theory, the hell-time is now over. All marking done, all grades uploaded. Now the final fortnight beckons...
Graven

Theophony"... and there's strippers in terminator armor and lovecraftian shenanigans afoot."
Solar_Lion: "Man this sums up your blog nicely."

Anpu-adom: "being Geek is about Love. Some love broadly. Some love deeply. And then there are people like Graven.
 
   
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Nicely gribbly.

Hope your summer break makes up for the madness

   
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Affton, MO. USA

Wow, Khorne would be pleased with that guy if he wasn’t too busy hiding from him . Nice bloody work on him and the base.

Good to see productivity hasn’t slipped at all, and glad to hear summer is here for you. This is the first year my wife wasn’t in a classroom as a teacher, it has been liberating for her, so I understand where you are at mentally.

Bugs , get me the newspaper.

LOL, Theo your mind is an amazing place, never change.-camkierhi 9/19/13
I cant believe theo is right.. damn. -comradepanda 9/26/13
None of the strange ideas we had about you involved your sexual orientation..........-Monkeytroll 12/10/13

I'd put you on ignore for that comment, if I could...Alpharius 2/11/14 
   
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 Theophony wrote:
Bugs , get me the newspaper.


You're gonna need a bigger newspaper for those critters!

   
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Madison, WI

Make those things smaller and skinnier and you've got the ear worms from Star Trek, the Wrath of Kahn.... Kahhhhhhn!

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