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1761  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Where do I turn in my man card? on: September 24, 2008, 02:14:07 PM
I love romantic comedies and musicals. I thought "The Notebook" was an awesome movie. I get a little teary-eyed watching The Biggest Loser.  paranoid
1762  Gaming / Multiplayer Madness (MMO or otherwise) / Re: Ensemble was making a Halo MMO? images on: September 24, 2008, 01:48:51 PM
I think it could have worked as a "Planetside" type MMO. I mean Planetside basically *was* Halo - space "Marines," vehicles, drop ships, etc.
1763  Gaming / Multiplayer Madness (MMO or otherwise) / Re: Why are there no Warhammer Online Impressions thread? on: September 24, 2008, 12:12:51 PM
My confidence is steadily growing. I killed a number of people 1 on 1 last night, and with careful use of potions I can sometimes hold my own with the tanks (they usually get me in the end, but I give them a tremendous hurtin'). I can't wait to actually get some decent gear and see what happens.

I love the way you can just PvE while waiting for the scenario queues, or hop to a war camp and engage in RvR within minutes. I've never lacked for anything to do the whole time I've been playing, and I always feel like I'm making progress - be it XP, RP, or influence. I looked back on all the MMOs I've quit within a 3 month window, and every one has been because I got bored with not having anything to do or nobody to group with. This game pretty much eliminates both of those problems, so I'm hoping it will be a keeper.
1764  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Were you ever playing a video game when you heard really terrible news? on: September 23, 2008, 08:23:35 PM
I was playing Nintendo when my mom told me my grandfather passed away. It was a weird situation because I had never been very close to him, but at the same time it was the first person I knew that died. I remember that awkward few moments where I'm trying to decide if I should go back to my game since there's nothing I can do about the situation, or if that would be horribly callous of me.
1765  Gaming / Multiplayer Madness (MMO or otherwise) / Re: Why are there no Warhammer Online Impressions thread? on: September 23, 2008, 08:19:13 PM
One thing to keep in mind - be mobile. If you're fighting a tank for whatever reason, and you see a far squishier target nearby (especially a healer) - GO FOR THEM. Don't fight the tank because it's the first target you saw. Your average tank does nowhere near as much damage as your mage or healer can do (or prevent).

+1. As a White Lion (DPS), I play just like a lion in the jungle. I seek out the weak players and those separated from the rest of the herd and I pounce on them. I tend to avoid tanks when possible - even with the damage I do it's extremely difficult for me to take one down without a lot of help. Wizards and Healers and the like, however, I'm not afraid to go toe to toe with.

What's particularly fun about the White Lion is that I can sic my pet on someone without even being close. I've gotten used to fighting one guy, see a weak player run by out of the corner of my eye, and sic the lion on him without skipping a beat. By the time I've finished up my guy the lion has done some damage and I can run in to help finish him off.

What's also fun is that for some reason I'd say a good 75% of players who get attacked by the lion start running. Well guess what? You're not going to outrun him. He's like a pit bull. Once he latches on he's not going anywhere until either he's dead or you're dead. It just throws people in a tizzy when he latches on and starts dishing out damage. They utterly freak out. A lot of times that distraction is all I need to be able to come in and finish them off without getting hurt in the process.

There is nothing funnier than just saying, "Get him boy" and watching that lion tear off across a field and pounce on someone, and watch as they just run around in terror as the lion claws them to pieces. It just never gets old.  icon_biggrin

1766  Gaming / Multiplayer Madness (MMO or otherwise) / Re: Why are there no Warhammer Online Impressions thread? on: September 23, 2008, 05:40:05 PM
How's the RVR? Is it with a group of guildies? Random group? How long does it take?

RvR is a blast. Everything about the game was designed to make RvR as easy and as quick as possible.

For some quick RvR, scenarios are your best bet. You can join one from anywhere in the world just by hitting a button on your UI. You wait in a queue, and when it's ready you'll be warped into the scenario. When the scenario is over, you'll be warped right back to your original position. No need to travel anywhere, no need to be in a party because you can join solo if you want and be auto-assigned to a group. Scenarios give great XP, and take very little time.

For more in-depth RvR, the open world stuff is where it's at. Capturing keeps and battle objectives. This I find far more fun in a good guild or group of friends. While you can obviously run into RvR zones and participate solo or join a random group/warband, the number of players clashing on both sides means it's easy to get lost in the shuffle as a solo player. It's much more fun when you have friends watching your back, and also helps with organization (Ex: you guys go defend, you guys head downstairs and stop any strays).

Some of the battles in open world RvR can get pretty epic. When you have 25 Destruction players and 25 Order players clashing over a single location, things can get INSANE! It truly does feel like a real battle - everyone running around, spells going off everywhere, trying to stay alive while also trying to kill whoever you can. It's a huge adrenaline rush. You can also get some great loot in RvR, as enemy players are "lootable" (i.e. they drop loot, but the dead player doesn't actually lose any items).

The Wanderers are one of the largest guilds on our server, and we often end up running RvR with members of Call of Fate, which is another huge Order guild. It's really fun going out to take back a keep from Destruction and knowing you have the numbers to actually pull it off. What's great about the Wanderers right now is that they're really focused on RvR and are running some great guild events, so it's not too difficult to get in on some action any night of the week.
1767  Non-Gaming / Political / Religious Nonsense / Re: Make your VEEP predictions! on: September 22, 2008, 10:15:43 PM
So, if John McCain is elected President and cannot fulfill his term in office, do you think Sarah Palin would be qualified to serve as President, or would you be concerned about her?

Of course I would, but I'm casting my vote for President and not Vice President. And I'm basing that vote on current reality, not conjecture on what may or may not happen. I'm just as concerned with Obama's experience, or lack thereof.
1768  Non-Gaming / Political / Religious Nonsense / Re: Make your VEEP predictions! on: September 22, 2008, 08:56:30 PM
I'm a little confused why I'm being painted as some big Palin fan, to the point I should have to defend her. I went back and read every post I've posted in this thread. I expressed my enthusiasm of the pick *from a strategic standpoint*, and I have pointed out the hypocrisy of the "no experience" argument, but nowhere have I denied that she is inexperienced.

Here's a quote from one of my posts:

I am OK with Palin more because she is the bottom of the ticket. I don't place a lot of stock in VP picks, other than as ticket balancers to win elections. The VP choice has never played any role in my voting decisions. Palin is not my ideal choice; I would have actually preferred Lieberman. However, I think the attacks against Palin are a bit hypocritical, and that's why I have been defending her. It's not out of any great love for her, because like most Americans I know very little about her at this point.

So if you're asking me to give reasons why she's an acceptable candidate, then I don't really know what to say. I've explicitly said she's not my ideal candidate. I've also explicitly said she doesn't have any impact on my vote as the bottom of the ticket.
1769  Gaming / Multiplayer Madness (MMO or otherwise) / Re: Why are there no Warhammer Online Impressions thread? on: September 22, 2008, 08:33:02 PM
The lack of activity in some areas worries me a bit. I don't know if it's due to server populations being spread too thin, or people are just advancing through tiers very quickly and focusing on RvR or what. But I've run into far more PQs than not that just have absolutely nobody in them. It's almost like you have to make a guild event out of completing them, because otherwise they're ghost towns.

I've also heard the complaint on our server that the T1 areas are pretty barren now. I just find that odd this early in the game's launch. It definitely doesn't jibe with how seemingly popular this game is, and how many people are playing.
1770  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: NFL Week 3 on: September 22, 2008, 03:17:18 PM
The Vikings held on for the win. The defence came up big even though I though Steve Smith would burn them like he did the last time the two teams met.

I knew the Panthers' first two games were a fluke. We went back to typical Carolina football - build a lead then blow it on some boneheaded play. Hey Jake, use some goddamn peripheral vision once in awhile (people wonder why I hate Jake - that sack and fumble just before the half sums up my feelings about him).

At lease Steve Smith looked good. If Jake "Bojangles" Delhomme can hold on to the fucking ball next time we may have a shot at winning another game.
1771  Non-Gaming / Political / Religious Nonsense / Re: Make your VEEP predictions! on: September 22, 2008, 12:19:23 AM
I don't think that treating other people as individuals and weighing their thoughts and opinions appropriately is a matter of taking the forum seriously.  That seems to me like a matter of common courtesy.

Edit - I had a response to this but I'm going to be the good guy and stop this conversation here. Back on topic, please.
1772  Gaming / Multiplayer Madness (MMO or otherwise) / Re: Why are there no Warhammer Online Impressions thread? on: September 21, 2008, 01:06:10 PM
T1 is levels 1-11, T2 is levels 12-whatever.., etc

There are four tiers. It's basically just an easy way to denote the level range of content, and it helps them control RvR (T4 players can't kill players in T1 areas, for example).

The chapters are sort of like LOTRO, with each chapter denoting a major quest hub and a new rally master with new influence rewards.
1773  Non-Gaming / Political / Religious Nonsense / Re: Make your VEEP predictions! on: September 21, 2008, 03:05:45 AM
I suspect you wouldn't like it much if I quoted one of your posts and then wrote, "Wow, you guys will stoop to any level of personal attacks just to avoid talking about real issues!" in reference to something cheeba said.  You and msduncan may be ideologically similar to cheeba and brettmcd, but you're operating on a completely different level of discourse and it wouldn't be fair for me to conflate their behavior with yours.

No, not really. Obviously I take this forum a lot less seriously than you do.
1774  Gaming / Multiplayer Madness (MMO or otherwise) / Re: Why are there no Warhammer Online Impressions thread? on: September 20, 2008, 04:54:03 AM
Tonight I participated in my first large-scale PvP effort with the guild, heading into T2 country where we proceeded to take 4 Battle Objectives and 2 Keeps. The final Keep was a heck of a fight, and gave me a nice taste of what WAR is really all about. It was a total blast, and I can't wait to do it again. We did run into some unfortunate exploits (one in our enemy's favor, and one that ended up being in ours), but I expect those to be patched pretty quickly. I can't reiterate enough that even those who don't particularly like PvP, you may like it in this game. The PvP is so group-focused that there's really not that sense of intimidation of being on your own against people more skilled than you. And it's really nice with a big guild like The Wanderers, as you feel like you're rolling in with a freaking army at your back.  icon_biggrin Thanks to all in the guild who organized the event; it made for a really fun evening.
1775  Non-Gaming / Political / Religious Nonsense / Re: Make your VEEP predictions! on: September 19, 2008, 11:57:23 PM
No one's been in "hysterics"

I read plenty of articles - in mainstream newspapers, no less, that Democrats on the hill and elsewhere were getting increasingly nervous about Palin and the post-convention surge McCain enjoyed in large part due to her. Rather that nervousness - which led to worried calls for Obama to do more to stop the Palin freight train - is classified as "hysterics" to you is a case of splitting hairs. My definition may not meet your definition, but my general point is that trying to spin the post-convention Palin reaction as a calm, cool, collected gathering of facts by the Democrats is utterly ridiculous. Again, I'm not making this up - there were plenty of articles out at the time. If you absolutely need proof I'll be happy to seek them out and link them.
1776  Non-Gaming / Political / Religious Nonsense / Re: Make your VEEP predictions! on: September 19, 2008, 08:40:16 PM
That was on September 5th.  I'm still waiting for an answer.

If you think it'll help out your argument or bolster your image, YellowKing, you're free to post as many insults about me as you like.  I do think it's fair to reserve the right to know exactly which of my posts you're dismissing as "hysterics," though.

Sorry, I was not ignoring the question. I honestly haven't done anything but skim through this particular thread, and I totally missed the whole cheeba/YK/AA controversy.

To answer your question, I said, "you guys." I was not referring to you specifically, Autistic Angel, but to the Dems in general on this board and other boards across the net. It was evident that the Obama camp was in disarray after the announcement of Palin, and there was all sorts of frantic behavior to try to discredit her as quickly as possible - this is what I referred to as "hysterics."

You took it *way* too personally. My comments were not meant as insults, and they were certainly not meant as insults directed specifically at you. It was a simple comment borne out of amusement on my part at what I felt was chaotic behavior by the Democrats to negate Palin's influence on the election. After all, I highly doubt had Obama been leading comfortably in the polls and Palin had given the Republicans no worthy post-convention bounce, that the Dems would be nearly as forceful and frenetic in attacking her and her record. Am I wrong?

To be quite honest, I pay little heed to who posts what. I tend to respond to posts for their content, not their poster, and am certainly not interested in getting personal with any members on this board. R&P is a diversion for me during the day, and a way to talk about politics with people in a way that I don't get to do in real life (my family/friends have zero interest in politics - don't keep up with them, don't discuss them, could care less). So even though I may vigorously defend a candidate, or engage in partisan talk, it's from a standpoint of chatting with a bunch of buddies at a bar. I'm never going to come in here with personal vendettas against anyone, or looking to pick a fight.

Hope that explains my side of it.
1777  Gaming / Multiplayer Madness (MMO or otherwise) / Re: Why are there no Warhammer Online Impressions thread? on: September 19, 2008, 06:29:38 PM
The stuff about the quests being plain concerns me, though, as quests are one of the interesting things to me about LOTRO.

While the quests are a little plainer than LOTRO's so far mechanics-wise, I think you'll enjoy the lore. The quest descriptions are full of backstory, and unlocking Tome of Knowledge entries (such as the Chapter entries you unlock whenever you reach a new quest hub) will fill you in on even more of the game's setting. Like LOTRO, I think they did a pretty good job with trying to make the quests meaningful in terms of the overall story.

One of my favorite things about WAR at the moment is learning about the Warhammer universe through the Tome and quest descriptions, since I wasn't familiar with it at all before the game.

1778  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Fringe Premiere on: September 19, 2008, 06:01:56 PM
I think I mentioned it before, but I can't decide whether she's an ugly cate blanchette or a hot tilda swinson....

My only problem with her is that she suffers from Renee Zellweger Syndrome, a condition characterized by her face appearing to constantly be smelling something slightly repugnant.
1779  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: How has the economic downturn affected you? on: September 19, 2008, 02:32:12 PM
Hasn't affected us that much, other than the fact that I know we should be farther ahead in paying off our debt, but are instead moving along at the same steady clip. Both my wife and I got raises late last year, but gas prices wiped those out so we pretty much stayed even.

On the other hand, we have cut back on a lot of things almost subconsciously, so that has helped soften the blow as well. We don't eat out much, we don't do a lot of riding around on the weekends burning gas unnecessarily.

If I can manage to land a new job I'm going after next month, then we'll be back on top again, rather than treading water.
1780  Gaming / Multiplayer Madness (MMO or otherwise) / Re: Why are there no Warhammer Online Impressions thread? on: September 19, 2008, 01:22:40 PM
- IMO, pet pathfinding & animation is atrocious.  And for some reason, I find the War Lion to be worse than the squigs  (although I see no logical reason why that is so).  Which is a real shame, as the White Lion class would easily be one of my favorites if that weren't the case.

I actually picked this class hoping that because of the pathfinding a lot of people wouldn't play it, and when the pathfinding was fixed I'd be uber because I toughed it out. I don't know if that plan will actually work, but that's what I'm going with.  icon_biggrin

I'll echo what everyone else has said. There is plenty of PvE, but it's all geared towards the PvP game. However, even if you don't typically like PvP you may very well enjoy it in this game. Mythic has made it so easy, so effortless to get involved with PvP that it simply doesn't have the intimidation factor that it does in a lot of other games.

And what's even better is that PvP is not an end-game feature. You can PvP at Level 1 if you want to. So unlike other MMOs where you play for a couple of months until you max, and are then thrown into PvP you're unfamiliar with, in this game PvP is part of your character's development from the beginning. Even as you level in PvE, you are learning PvP skills, gaining PvP abilities and equipment, etc. It's really a great system.

1781  Gaming / Multiplayer Madness (MMO or otherwise) / Re: WAR - smooth like a baby's bottom on: September 18, 2008, 08:25:38 PM
There must be an element of randomness to it then. I tend to get my pick of the same items over and over, though I'm usually stuck with lesser loot bags. The one time I did win a white bag it had a really nice set of boots though.
1782  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Sacred 2 Gone Gold on: September 18, 2008, 07:35:34 PM
I'm pretty excited, but the upcoming gaming glut is scaring me. I loved the original Sacred, and have been jonesing for an action-RPG after watching the Diablo 3 previews. But....

Warhammer Online, Far Cry 2, Fallout 3, Crysis: Warhead, Stalker expansion, Witcher: Enhanced, and King's Bounty. That's just the PC side, and doesn't take into stuff going into late October/November.

I'm still knee-deep in Tales of Vesperia for 360 and haven't even bought Rock Band 2 yet.
1783  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Verizon FiOS on: September 18, 2008, 07:32:33 PM
We still don't have Verizon, despite having one of their major call centers in town.  Roll Eyes

I swear my town is the most unfriendly place for IT-oriented people ever. Our salaries suck, our internet sucks, YK SMASH.
1784  Non-Gaming / Political / Religious Nonsense / Re: Make your VEEP predictions! on: September 18, 2008, 06:20:04 PM
Jeep Pike Palin! Has a nice ring to it.
1785  Gaming / Multiplayer Madness (MMO or otherwise) / Re: WAR - smooth like a baby's bottom on: September 18, 2008, 06:18:46 PM
The problem with having PQs scale is would they also have to scale the loot back as well?

Well, they kind of do this anyway to an extent. No white bags if the number of participants is < a certain threshold, and total number of bags given out changes as well.

I was sort of surprised that this whole time during head start I haven't participated in a PQ with more than 10 people. Hopefully launch day will bring in a flood of T1 n00bs to fill the ranks.
1786  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Fringe Premiere on: September 18, 2008, 04:35:22 PM
I'm still hoping that there is a deeper underlying thread to all this that we're just not seeing yet in regards to The Pattern, the personalities involved, etc. I'm not convinced it's so much lazy writing as it is just a situation in which the audience just doesn't have all the facts yet. What seems like rolly-eyes coincidence now may turn out to be perfectly logical as we are filled in with what exactly the Pattern is and who is behind it.
1787  Gaming / Multiplayer Madness (MMO or otherwise) / Re: WAR - smooth like a baby's bottom on: September 18, 2008, 04:32:04 PM
It definitely ranks right up there. LOTRO had a really smooth launch as well.

Not surprisingly, in the case of both WAR and LOTRO, by the time they hit open beta they were stable and polished enough to feel launch-ready. I'm finally getting it through my thick skull that late-stage beta is a really good indicator of how launch is going to go.

WAR still has some problems. Pet pathing is still pretty bad - sometimes my lion will just disappear for no reason, other times he won't respond to commands. Mobs still have a nasty habit of getting stuck in an "unattackable" state. However, by and large these things seem absolutely trivial compared to the launch problems of AoC, Vanguard, etc.

1788  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Fringe Premiere on: September 18, 2008, 03:00:10 PM
Episode 2 was a tough call for me. It was definitely much more far-fetched than I was expecting. However, I like the characters and the concepts so I'm definitely not giving up on it yet. I'll just have to treat this one like I do Prison Break - turn off my mind and just roll with it.
1789  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Stinky situation at work. What to doo. on: September 18, 2008, 01:34:16 PM
Classic Phantom Shitter. Those from OO may know I have dealt with his kind before. In my case the culprit was unknown, but the effects were still the same.

He's fully aware of his gastronomic issues; he's going to a distant bathroom in an attempt to avoid suspicion from his immediate colleagues. That makes this premeditated shitting, and thus he should be shown no mercy.

1790  Gaming / Multiplayer Madness (MMO or otherwise) / Re: Harkonis and company -- where are you? on: September 17, 2008, 08:28:35 PM
Yeah, we were well over 100 members as of last night. Granted some of them were alts, but that's still pretty damn impressive for a game that hasn't even officially launched yet!
1791  Gaming / Multiplayer Madness (MMO or otherwise) / Re: Harkonis and company -- where are you? on: September 17, 2008, 07:07:49 PM
God yes. I need another Republican over there so we can fight these outrageous liberal tax hikes that have been levied upon us by Queen Charlatan. I've even heard rumors he's planning on implementing some kind of socialist national health potion system! Just last night he was calling for pulling all troops out of the Shadowlands by the end of September, and wants to open up diplomatic talks with the Dark Elves! And everyone knows they're actively seeking Weapons of Magic Destruction!
1792  Gaming / Multiplayer Madness (MMO or otherwise) / Re: Warhammer Online headed to Open Beta on 9/7 on: September 17, 2008, 02:24:54 PM
Yeah, I demand to know where my money is going. I'm getting tired of these fat cats in Altdorf with their endless orc-barrel spending. And another thing. We should open up the Chaos Wastes to salvaging. We need to wean ourselves off our dependence on foreign wind essence.

1793  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Zune software update 3.0 on: September 16, 2008, 07:51:17 PM
Not to go on and on about the clock, but I do love that it is unobtrusive. I was half-expecting some big-ass 36-point Arial font, but it's a very tiny little display in the upper right. It's almost cute.

I'll shut up now.
1794  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: [movie] Twilight...vampire flick on: September 16, 2008, 07:45:37 PM
GOD Zarkon. I clicked on the spoiler tag by accident, and now you've RUINED EVERYTHING! I HATE YOU! I HATE YOU! I WISH I HAD NEVER BEEN BORN!

<YK runs into bedroom and slams the door; starts crying into Hello Kitty pillow.>
1795  Gaming / Multiplayer Madness (MMO or otherwise) / Re: [Warhammer] a few questions for the vets on: September 16, 2008, 07:42:26 PM
Yeah, some guilds are hardcore RP. The Wanderers are not one of them.

I'd say rule of thumb is talk normally in guild chat, talk "in-character" in public chat. By "in-character" I don't necessarily mean like a bad actor at a Renaissance Festival. I mean without referring to RL ("LOL guys, anybody wanna group before my wife aggros??") or using a lot of game terms ("Hey guys, which sword has the best DPS - I need to pull more mob aggro.")

I think you'll find (as I have on most RP servers), that even casual/game terminology talk is mostly tolerated, and only people who really abuse the chat channels out of character are open for reprimand.

Basically RP servers act as a somewhat effective filter for screening out 10-year old WoW-kiddiez who like to name their characters SirFartsALot.

1796  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Zune software update 3.0 on: September 16, 2008, 04:49:14 PM
Downloaded it this morning. Like it so far, though I probably won't use most of the new features since I don't have a Zune Pass or use the Marketplace much. 

However, the games addition is pretty nifty, and there is now a setting to add a clock to the display which is great. I also like that the Social stuff is integrated directly into the device now.

I think the best thing about it is that it proves Microsoft's commitment to supporting older hardware via software updates. I'm very happy with my Zune purchase knowing I don't have to fret about a new one coming along in 6 months that renders mine totally obsolete.

1797  Gaming / Multiplayer Madness (MMO or otherwise) / Re: Warhammer Online headed to Open Beta on 9/7 on: September 16, 2008, 12:39:45 AM
"Disparate players, following the disparate threads of solo quests, find themselves thrown together in one of the game's hundreds of excellent Public Quests..."

I found that rather hard to swallow, so I went and did some research. According to TenTonHammer, there are over 200.  eek
1798  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: [movie] Twilight...vampire flick on: September 15, 2008, 08:36:59 PM
True enough, and I think vampires are a way to sell sex to young girls without it seeming too explicit. You write books about a guy boning some 16-year old chick, people go WTF and protest march. You write the same book about a "vampire" "biting" some 16-year old chick, and they make hit movies about it.

1799  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Seinfeld, Gates, churros and shoes. on: September 15, 2008, 06:09:49 PM
I prefer these ads to Apple, because they're self-deprecating, they're not ripping on their competitors, and it's very unassuming.

I'm surprised Apple hasn't been sued over those ads, because they come extremely close to outright slander. I turn the TV off or mute it when one comes on. I refuse to listen to Apple's blatant attempts to deceive the public.
1800  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: [movie] Twilight...vampire flick on: September 15, 2008, 04:50:45 PM
I'm with you there, hepcat. Whatever happened to vampires know....scary?

They've all turned into vaguely homosexual emo kids. If Van Helsing were alive today he'd be waging war against them by organizing a camping trip/ropes course to teach them self-esteem and how to utilize teamwork.

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