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Rogue Outpost Weekly League, season 2, round 6: Ben MacLean (Scum/Separatists) vs Nébal (Scum/Empire/First Order)

Publié le par Nébal

 

Rogue Outpost Weekly League, season 2, round 6, the last one! And a new battle report in English. Of course, I’m French, so I’m genetically designed to speak and write an awful English… Please be kind!

 

This league, run by the Rogue Outpost from the UK, is a casual competition with a fun twist: for each round there are specific list building rules. There they are:

  • Round 1: your list must include one I6 pilot and at least four generic pilots.
  • Round 2: your list must include at least three separate torpedo upgrades.
  • Round 3: your list must be Hyperspace format.
  • Round 4: your list must include only I3 and I4 pilots.
  • Round 5: your list must only be comprised of pilots with even numbered agility and even numbered initiative.
  • Round 6: using the YASB “Multi-faction” option, your list must include ships from at least two factions.

I really like this kind of tournaments that compel players, most of the time, to be creative and not rely on the current meta, which can be quite boring after some time.

 

For this sixth and last round, therefore, we had to do something utterly illegal in regular games: mix factions! And one precision matters: it has been ruled that all pilots, whatever their faction, would be allied to each other. So we could expect… well, unexpected shenanigans and terrifying combos.

 

I have been paired with Ben, a very nice player from the UK, who brought the following list: double Firespray? Yes. But different. And even more terrifying maybe than the usual Separatist list… as a grown-up Boba Fett was there with Zam Wesell!

 

Firespray-class Patrol Craft – •Boba Fett – 108 (Scum and Villainy)

•Boba Fett – Notorious Bounty Hunter (86)

Marauder (6)

•Dengar (6)

Thermal Detonators (3)

False Transponder Codes (2)

•Lone Wolf (5)

 

Firespray-class Patrol Craft – •Zam Wesell – 91 (Separatists)

•Zam Wesell – Clawdite Changeling (76)

•Count Dooku (10)

Thermal Detonators (3)

False Transponder Codes (2)

 

Total: 199/200

 

As for myself, after some hesitations (I had thought for some time to bring a “Dark Side of the Force” list with Dark Side Force users from three different factions), I finally brought the following weird list, with Scum and Villainy, Galactic Empire and First Order pilots:

 

Lancer-class Pursuit Craft – •Asajj Ventress – 69 (Scum and Villainy)

•Asajj Ventress – Force of Her Own (68)

•Shadow Caster (1)

 

HWK-290 Light Freighter – •Torkil Mux – 56 (Scum and Villainy)

•Torkil Mux – Mercenary Miner (38)

•Moldy Crow (16)

•Protectorate Gleb (2)

 

TIE/in Interceptor – •Nash Windrider – 40 (Galactic Empire)

•Nash Windrider – Alderaanian Zealot (40)

 

TIE/fo Fighter – •“Scorch” – 35 (First Order)

•“Scorch” – Zeta Leader (33)

Fanatical (2)

 

Total: 200/200

 

Now to the game.

 

BEWARE: RIGHT AFTER THIS OMINOUS DARTH VADER PICTURE, I WILL REVEAL HOW THE GAME TURNED OUT. IF YOU DON’T WANT SPOILERS, WATCH THE VIDEO BEFORE READING FURTHER!

 

 

Defeat for my Scum and Villainy/Galactic Empire/First Order alliance, 154-200… A tense game, though, where it went back and forth at every turn or so! Well played, Ben, and congratulations!

 

So I am 4-2 in the end. I think I have some curse: I can never do better than 4-2, it seems!

 

 

Which means that I ended the tournament at the 11th position (there were 38 players).

 

That was an absolutely marvellous tournament. Many thanks for Rogue Leader who organized it; he’s already thinking about a 3rd season league, in October maybe, and I certainly encourage you to participate: it’s been great fun, with great rules, great opponents, and the prize support seems incredible. Please join the cult!

 

 

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Rogue Outpost Weekly League, saison 2, round 5 : Kaplan (Alliance Rebelle) vs Nébal (Racailles et Scélérats)

Publié le par Nébal

 

Rogue Outpost Weekly League, saison 2, round 5 ! Et un rapport de bataille… en français, cette fois !

 

Cette ligue, organisée par le Rogue Outpost, basé au Royaume-Uni, et plutôt casual pour un tournoi, repose sur un twist très amusant : à chaque round, les joueurs doivent composer avec des règles spécifiques pour composer leurs listes. Les voici :

  • Round 1 : la liste doit inclure un pilote à valeur d’initiative 6 et au moins quatre pilotes génériques.
  • Round 2 : la liste doit inclure au moins trois améliorations de type torpilles sur des vaisseaux différents.
  • Round 3 : la liste doit être légale au format hyperespace.
  • Round 4 : la liste ne doit comprendre que des pilotes à valeur d’initiative 3 ou 4.
  • Round 5 : la liste ne doit comprendre que des pilotes ayant une valeur d’initiative paire et une valeur d’agilité paire.
  • Round 6 : en utilisant l’option « Multi-faction » de YASB, la liste doit inclure des vaisseaux d’au moins deux factions différentes.

J’aime beaucoup ce genre de tournois qui imposent aux joueurs, la plupart du temps du moins, de se montrer créatifs et de ne pas se reposer sur le méta du moment, lequel peut parfois s’avérer ennuyeux à force de répétitions...

 

Pour ce cinquième round, donc, nous devions faire avec des règles de composition de listes assez tordues, et, mine de rien, remplir les deux conditions (initiative paire et agilité paire) restreint pas mal les possibilités... mais j’avais une idée en tête depuis quelque temps, qui collait plutôt pas mal.

 

Cependant, voyons d’abord ce qu’a choisi mon adversaire, qui n’était autre que l’excellent Kaplan, lequel est venu avec la liste rebelle suivante :

 

X-Wing T-65 – •Wedge Antilles – 59

•Wedge Antilles – Red Deux (54)

Servomoteur S-Foils (0)

Tactique de nuée (5)

 

X-Wing T-65 – •Jek Porkins – 44

•Jek Porkins – Red Six (44)

Servomoteur S-Foils (0)

 

X-Wing T-65 – Escorte de l’Escadron Bleu – 38

Escorte de l’Escadron Bleu (38)

Servomoteur S-Foils (0)

 

Chasseur de têtes Z-95-AF4 – Pilote de l’Escadron Tala – 29

Pilote de l’Escadron Tala (24)

••Traceurs XX-23 S (2)

Tactique de nuée (3)

 

Chasseur de têtes Z-95-AF4 – Pilote de l’Escadron Tala – 29

Pilote de l’Escadron Tala (24)

••Traceurs XX-23 S (2)

Tactique de nuée (3)

 

Total : 199/200

 

Quant à moi, je me suis décidé pour une liste racaille faisant un usage immodéré des rayons tracteurs...

 

Appareil de poursuite de classe Lancer – •Asajj Ventress – 73

•Asajj Ventress – Sa Force à elle (68)

Shadow Caster (1)

•Ketsu Onyo (4)

 

Cargo léger HWK-290 – •Torkil Mux – 56

•Torkil Mux – Mineur mercenaire (38)

Moldy Crow (16)

•Tutélaire Gleb (2)

 

Remorqueur spatial de transfert quadrimoteur – •Officer Zuvio – 36

•Officier Zuvio – Shérif porté disparu de l’avant-poste Niima (29)

Mines de proximité (6)

Détonateurs à retardement (1)

 

Remorqueur spatial de transfert quadrimoteur – •Unkar Plutt – 33

•Unkar Plutt – Maître des portions misérables (29)

Bombes à protons (4)

 

Total : 198/200

 

Place au jeu !

 

ATTENTION : APRÈS L’IMAGE QUI SUIT, JE RÉVÈLE LA CONCLUSION DE LA PARTIE (ET FAIS LE BILAN DU TOURNOI). ALORS SI VOUS PRÉFÉREZ NE PAS VOUS SPOILER TOUT ÇA, N’EN LISEZ PAS DAVANTAGE ET REGARDEZ D’ABORD LA VIDÉO !

 

 

Victoire pour les Racailles et Scélérats, 122-91 ! Cette bêtise avec Torkil Mux aurait pu me coûter la partie... Bien joué, Kaplan, merci pour la partie et bonne chance pour le round 6 !

 

Je suis donc à 4-1 là maintenant… Reste un dernier round – avec des listes multi-factions ! Ce qui est à la fois enthousiasmant et terrifiant (en notant qu’il a été décidé que les vaisseaux seraient alliés entre eux, ce qui pourrait permettre des combos totalement inédites)... Je ne sais pas encore très bien ce que je vais jouer. Verra bien !

 

 

Random Academy Pilot est en partenariat avec la boutique Maxi Rêves, sise à Abbeville (et que vous pouvez aussi retrouver sur sa page Facebook ici) !

 

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Merci à Maxi Rêves pour son soutien !

 

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Rogue Outpost Weekly League, season 2, round 4: Nébal (Scum and Villainy) vs O.W. Hobbs (Resistance)

Publié le par Nébal

 

Rogue Outpost Weekly League, season 2, round 4! And a new battle report in English. Of course, I’m French, so I’m genetically designed to speak and write an awful English… Please be kind!

 

This league, run by the Rogue Outpost from the UK, is a casual competition with a fun twist: for each round there are specific list building rules. There they are:

  • Round 1: your list must include one I6 pilot and at least four generic pilots.
  • Round 2: your list must include at least three separate torpedo upgrades.
  • Round 3: your list must be Hyperspace format.
  • Round 4: your list must include only I3 and I4 pilots.
  • Round 5: your list must only be comprised of pilots with even numbered agility and even numbered initiative.
  • Round 6: using the YASB “Multi-faction” option, your list must include ships from at least two factions.

I really like this kind of tournaments that compel players, most of the time, to be creative and not rely on the current meta, which can be quite boring after some time.

 

For this fourth round, therefore, lists must include only I3 and I4 pilots. I had an idea of what I would play… But first, my opponent.

 

I have been paired with Owen, a very nice player from Texas, who brought the following Resistance list:

 

T-70 X-Wing – •Temmin Wexley – 59

•Temmin Wexley – Black Two (53)

Integrated S-Foils (0)

Heroic (1)

Hull Upgrade (5)

 

T-70 X-Wing – Black Squadron Ace – 47

Black Squadron Ace (46)

Integrated S-Foils (0)

Heroic (1)

 

T-70 X-Wing – Black Squadron Ace – 47

Black Squadron Ace (46)

Integrated S-Foils (0)

Heroic (1)

 

T-70 X-Wing – Black Squadron Ace – 47

Black Squadron Ace (46)

Integrated S-Foils (0)

Heroic (1)

 

Total: 200/200

 

As for myself, I brought the Scum and Villainy list I have played a lot in the Balance of the Force tournament and occasionally in the Ligue Millennium Condor, with those pesky False Transponder Codes:

 

Lancer-class Pursuit Craft – •Asajj Ventress – 78

•Asajj Ventress – Force of Her Own (68)

•Shadow Caster (1)

•Zam Wesell (4)

Contraband Cybernetics (3)

False Transponder Codes (2)

 

YV-666 Light Freighter•Bossk – 69

•Bossk – Fearsome Hunter (60)

•Jabba the Hutt (6)

•Greedo (1)

False Transponder Codes (2)

 

M12-L Kimogila Fighter – •Torani Kulda – 53

•Torani Kulda – Rodian Freelancer (48)

False Transponder Codes (2)

Expert Handling (3)

 

Total: 200/200

 

Now to the game.

 

BEWARE: RIGHT AFTER THIS OMINOUS DARTH VADER PICTURE, I WILL REVEAL HOW THE GAME TURNED OUT. IF YOU DON’T WANT SPOILERS, WATCH THE VIDEO BEFORE READING FURTHER!

 

 

Victory for the Scum and Villainy, 200-147! Well played, Owen!

 

And that ending... Temmin Wexley destroying Asajj Ventress while dying himself was not great for my MoV, but certainly for epicness! Yet on my part Asajj did the job for most of the game, all glory to her!

 

So I’m 3-1 now… We’ll see what happens next week. Pilots with even numbered agility and even numbered initiative… Weird. What will I fly? I don’t know at this point…

 

 

Random Academy Pilot est en partenariat avec la boutique Maxi Rêves, sise à Abbeville (et que vous pouvez aussi retrouver sur sa page Facebook ici) !

 

Cela signifie que, si vous créez un compte chez Maxi Rêves, vous pouvez contacter le gérant pour l’informer de ce que vous venez de ma part. Cela vous permettra d’obtenir une remise globale de 10 % sur toute la boutique !

 

Merci à Maxi Rêves pour son soutien !

 

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Rogue Outpost Weekly League, season 2, round 3: James D (Rebel Alliance) vs Nébal (Scum and Villainy)

Publié le par Nébal

 

Rogue Outpost Weekly League, season 2, round 3! And a new battle report in English. Of course, I’m French, so I’m genetically designed to speak and write an awful English… Please be kind!

 

This league, run by the Rogue Outpost from the UK, is a casual competition with a fun twist: for each round there are specific list building rules. There they are:

  • Round 1: your list must include one I6 pilot and at least four generic pilots.
  • Round 2: your list must include at least three separate torpedo upgrades.
  • Round 3: your list must be Hyperspace format.
  • Round 4: your list must include only I3 and I4 pilots.
  • Round 5: your list must only be comprised of pilots with even numbered agility and even numbered initiative.
  • Round 6: using the YASB “Multi-faction” option, your list must include ships from at least two factions.

I really like this kind of tournaments that compel players, most of the time, to be creative and not rely on the current meta, which can be quite boring after some time.

 

For this third round, therefore, lists must be Hyperspace format. I usually like Hyperspace, but I must say that, right now, I don’t think that format is really entertaining, because it doesn't provide that many competitive options. I certainly didn’t want to play TIE v1 spam, as it not the spirit of this tournament, but I suffered from some lack of imagination indeed…

 

Anyway, I have been paired with James D, a very nice player from the UK, who brought the following Rebel Alliance list:

 

T-65 X-Wing – •Luke Skywalker – 61

•Luke Skywalker – Red Five (61)

Servomotor S-Foils (0)

 

RZ-1 A-Wing – •Ahsoka Tano – 55

•Ahsoka Tano – Fulcrum (49)

Instinctive Aim (1)

Proton Rockets (5)

 

RZ-1 A-Wing – •Hera Syndulla – 47

•Hera Syndulla – Phoenix Leader (42)

Proton Rockets (5)

 

RZ-1 A-Wing – •Wedge Antilles – 35

•Wedge Antilles – Promising Pilot (35)

 

Total: 198/200

 

As for myself, I finally brought a Scum and Villainy list, including everyone’s favourite Space Lizard (the only one of these pilots I had played before…), the TRVE Mandalorian, and some escaping Padawan:

 

Fang Fighter•Fenn Rau – 70

•Fenn Rau – Skull Leader (68)

Predator (2)

 

YV-666 Light Freighter•Bossk – 68

•Bossk – Fearsome Hunter (60)

•Greedo (1)

•Zam Wesell (4)

Contraband Cybernetics (3)

 

HWK-290 Light Freighter – •Kanan Jarrus – 62

•Kanan Jarrus – Lost Padawan (42)

•Moldy Crow (16)

•Protectorate Gleb (2)

Engine Upgrade (2)

 

Total: 200/200

 

Now to the game.

 

BEWARE: RIGHT AFTER THIS OMINOUS DARTH VADER PICTURE, I WILL REVEAL HOW THE GAME TURNED OUT. IF YOU DON’T WANT SPOILERS, WATCH THE VIDEO BEFORE READING FURTHER!

 

 

Defeat for the Scum and Villainy, 200-102… Ouch! That hurt! And that Baby Wedge was such a nuisance during endgame… Well played, James, and thank you for the game! I wish you the best of luck for the remainder of the tournament!

 

So I’m 2-1 now… We’ll see what happens next week. I3 and I4 pilots? I’ve played quite a few recently… See you soon anyway!

 

Random Academy Pilot est en partenariat avec la boutique Maxi Rêves, sise à Abbeville (et que vous pouvez aussi retrouver sur sa page Facebook ici) !

 

Cela signifie que, si vous créez un compte chez Maxi Rêves, vous pouvez contacter le gérant pour l’informer de ce que vous venez de ma part. Cela vous permettra d’obtenir une remise globale de 10 % sur toute la boutique !

 

Merci à Maxi Rêves pour son soutien !

 

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Rogue Outpost Weekly League, season 2, round 2: Justin Lindsay (Scum and Villainy) vs Nébal (Scum and Villainy)

Publié le par Nébal

 

Rogue Outpost Weekly League, season 2, round 2! And a new battle report in English. Of course, I’m French, so I’m genetically designed to speak and write an awful English… Please be kind!

 

This league, run by the Rogue Outpost from the UK, is a casual competition with a fun twist: for each round there are specific list building rules. There they are:

  • Round 1: your list must include one I6 pilot and at least four generic pilots.
  • Round 2: your list must include at least three separate torpedo upgrades.
  • Round 3: your list must be Hyperspace format.
  • Round 4: your list must include only I3 and I4 pilots.
  • Round 5: your list must only be comprised of pilots with even numbered agility and even numbered initiative.
  • Round 6: using the YASB “Multi-faction” option, your list must include ships from at least two factions.

I really like this kind of tournaments that compel players, most of the time, to be creative and not rely on the current meta, which can be quite boring after some time.

 

For this second round, therefore, lists must include at least three torpedo upgrades, “separate” here meaning that they must be put on at least three different ships, but they could be of the same type.

 

And I have been paired with Justin Lindsay, a very nice player from the state of Washington, USA, who brought the following Scum and Villainy list:

 

YV-666 Light Freighter•Bossk – 73

•Bossk – Fearsome Hunter (60)

•4-LOM (2)

•Zuckuss (2)

•Greedo (1)

Contraband Cybernetics (3)

Electronic Baffle (2)

Crack Shot (1)

 

StarViper-class Attack Platform – Black Sun Enforcer – 49

Black Sun Enforcer (45)

Ion Torpedoes (4)

 

StarViper-class Attack Platform – Black Sun Enforcer – 49

Black Sun Enforcer (45)

Ion Torpedoes (4)

 

M3-A InterceptorCartel Spacer – 29

Cartel Spacer (25)

Ion Torpedoes (4)

 

Total: 200/200

 

As for myself, I brought a Scum and Villainy list as well, a M3-A Interceptors swarm (I had never flown that ship before, but it was time I guess, right after my review of the M3-A Interceptor expansion):

 

M3-A Interceptor•Serissu – 55

•Serissu – Flight Instructor (40)

Tractor Beam (4)

Hull Upgrade (7)

Swarm Tactics (4)

 

M3-A Interceptor•Sunny Bounder – 30

•Sunny Bounder – Incurable Optimist (27)

Autoblasters (3)

 

M3-A InterceptorCartel Spacer – 29

Cartel Spacer (25)

Ion Torpedoes (4)

 

M3-A InterceptorCartel Spacer – 29

Cartel Spacer (25)

Ion Torpedoes (4)

 

M3-A InterceptorCartel Spacer – 29

Cartel Spacer (25)

Ion Torpedoes (4)

 

M3-A InterceptorCartel Spacer – 28

Cartel Spacer (25)

Autoblasters (3)

 

Total: 200/200

 

Now to the game.

 

BEWARE: RIGHT AFTER THIS OMINOUS DARTH VADER PICTURE, I WILL REVEAL HOW THE GAME TURNED OUT. IF YOU DON’T WANT SPOILERS, WATCH THE VIDEO BEFORE READING FURTHER!

 

 

Victory for the Scum and Villainy! Well, I mean, my Scum and Villainy… 164-44! Well played, Justin, and thank you for the game! I wish you the best of luck for the remainder of the tournament!

 

So I’m 2-0 now… We’ll see what happens next week. Hyperspace format… It’s been a while since I’ve played Hyperspace, but that leaves room for some options, although not that many. I don’t know what I’ll play yet… See you soon anyway!

 

 

Random Academy Pilot est en partenariat avec la boutique Maxi Rêves, sise à Abbeville (et que vous pouvez aussi retrouver sur sa page Facebook ici) !

 

Cela signifie que, si vous créez un compte chez Maxi Rêves, vous pouvez contacter le gérant pour l’informer de ce que vous venez de ma part. Cela vous permettra d’obtenir une remise globale de 10 % sur toute la boutique !

 

Merci à Maxi Rêves pour son soutien !

 

Et à bientôt...

 

 

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Rogue Outpost Weekly League, season 2, round 1: Lewis D. (First Order) vs Nébal (First Order)

Publié le par Nébal

 

Rogue Outpost Weekly League, season 2, round 1! And a new battle report in English. Of course, I’m French, so I’m genetically designed to speak and write an awful English… Please be kind!

 

This league, obviously run by the Rogue Outpost, from the UK, is a casual competition with a fun twist: for each round there are specific list building rules. There they are:

  • Round 1: your list must include one I6 pilot and at least four generic pilots.
  • Round 2: your list must include at least three separate torpedo upgrades.
  • Round 3: your list must be Hyperspace format.
  • Round 4: your list must include only I3 and I4 pilots.
  • Round 5: your list must only be comprised of pilots with even numbered agility and even numbered initiative.
  • Round 6: using the YASB “Multi-faction” option, your list must include ships from at least two factions.

I really like this kind of tournaments that compel players, most of the time, to be creative and not rely on the current meta, which can be quite boring after some time.

 

For this first round, therefore, lists must include one I6 pilot and at least four generic pilots.

 

And I have been paired with Lewis D., a very nice player from Wales, who brought the following First Order list:

 

TIE/sf Fighter – •”Quickdraw” – 62

•”Quickdraw” – Defiant Duelist (47)

Special Forces Gunner (9)

Shield Upgrade (6)

 

TIE/fo Fighter Omega Squadron Ace – 35

Omega Squadron Ace (28)

Fanatical (2)

Advanced Optics (5)

 

TIE/fo Fighter Omega Squadron Ace – 35

Omega Squadron Ace (28)

Fanatical (2)

Advanced Optics (5)

 

TIE/fo Fighter Omega Squadron Ace – 35

Omega Squadron Ace (28)

Fanatical (2)

Advanced Optics (5)

 

TIE/fo Fighter Omega Squadron Ace – 30

Omega Squadron Ace (28)

Fanatical (2)

 

Total: 197/200

 

As for myself, I brought another First Order list, because of course, but quite a different one:

 

TIE/ba Interceptor •Major Vonreg – 55

•Major Vonreg – Red Baron (55)

 

TIE/sf Fighter – Zeta Squadron Survivor – 40

Zeta Squadron Survivor (32)

Concussion Missiles (6)

Passive Sensors (2)

 

TIE/sf Fighter – Zeta Squadron Survivor – 40

Zeta Squadron Survivor (32)

Concussion Missiles (6)

Passive Sensors (2)

 

TIE/sf Fighter – Zeta Squadron Survivor – 40

Zeta Squadron Survivor (32)

Concussion Missiles (6)

Passive Sensors (2)

 

TIE/fo Fighter Epsilon Squadron Cadet – 25

Epsilon Squadron Cadet (25)

 

Total: 200/200

 

Now to the game.

 

BEWARE: RIGHT AFTER THIS OMINOUS DARTH VADER PICTURE, I WILL REVEAL HOW THE GAME TURNED OUT. IF YOU DON’T WANT SPOILERS, WATCH THE VIDEO BEFORE READING FURTHER!

 

 

Victory for the First Order! Well, I mean, my First Order… but that was really close, 135-120!

 

Well played, Lewis, and thank you for the game! I wish you the best of luck for the remainder of the tournament!

 

So I’m 1-0 now… We’ll see what happens next week, but one thing is certain: there will be a lot of torpedoes. See you soon!

 

 

Random Academy Pilot est en partenariat avec la boutique Maxi Rêves, sise à Abbeville (et que vous pouvez aussi retrouver sur sa page Facebook ici) !

 

Cela signifie que, si vous créez un compte chez Maxi Rêves, vous pouvez contacter le gérant pour l’informer de ce que vous venez de ma part. Cela vous permettra d’obtenir une remise globale de 10 % sur toute la boutique !

 

Merci à Maxi Rêves pour son soutien !

 

Et à bientôt...

 

 

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