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PostSubject: MoA Weapons Test OVER   Tue Feb 17, 2009 9:44 am

Novice Weaponsmithing Challenge: MoA Weaponsmith Proficiency test, To be completed by the first of march.
Issued to any and all Weaponsmiths and Weapons Checkers in the great City of Haven:

Score 90% or better on the following Manual of Arms test. You may take it as many times as you like, but PM me with your answers and I'll tell you how you did. It is on your honor that you complete the test without consulting the MoA or other sources during the test. This DOES NOT count as passing the MoA test as administered by a Master of the Guild. All of the questions are based off of section 4 of the 2008 Manual of arms, found here: http://digitalbonsai.com/dagrules-draft/

Challenge Accepted and Completed by:
Iohn de Mar
(there'll eventually be more than one name on this list)

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DAGORHIR MOA WEAPONS TEST
(the material for this test is taken from the Weapons section of rules from Dagorhir.com)
Directions: Fill in the blanks with the correct answer, or circle the option if multiples are Given.
The notation (T/F) denotes a true / false answer. Circle T for true and F for false.
There are a few multiple choice questions (MC). Circle the letter or fill in the blank with the correct answer.
Yes, there are trick questions on the test. These are designed to be easily
answerable by anyone who can quote the line from the MOA, but difficult for someone who only knows enough of the MoA to get by.

1. A safe weapon is one that will not (Describe the injuries that a safe weapon should not be able to inflict)
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2. All weapons (Circle one) may/must have cloth coverings on all striking surfaces.
3. (length) _____ rule—No surface on a striking edge (sword tip, arrow head, spear head,
javelin head, etc.) designed for stabbing shall pass more than 0.5 inch through a
_____ diameter hole;
4. The flat (non-striking surface) of bladed weapons (Circle one) may/must be padded.
5. Hafts on axes, morning stars, maces and the like (Circle one) may/must be padded.
6. Single-edged weapons such as sabers and cutlasses (Circle one) may/must have
their non-striking edge clearly marked with a 12-inch piece of silver tape.
7. The tip of a non-stabbing weapon shall not easily pass through a _______ diameter hole.
All weapons must conform to the following:
8. Blue weapons must weigh a minimum of ______.
9. Red weapons must weigh a minimum of _______.
10. The balance point of a swung weapon must lie above the (part of weapon)_____
11. Minimum dimensions of ____ by ____ inches along its entire striking surface.
12. Minimum dimensions for single edged bladed weapons are ____ by ____ inches.
13. The shaft or blade of a swung weapon may not flex greater than _______.
14. Weapons cores may be constructed with baseball bats or axe handles (T/F)
15. Any weapons may have metal cores of aluminum (T/F).
16. Weapons may have a spike or blade at the butt (pommel) end. (T/F)
17. No swung weapon may have more than (fraction) ____ of its length unpadded.
18. No swung weapon may have more than (length) ______unpadded.
19. All hafts of wood weapons must be taped, except bamboo and rattan (T/F).
20. Blue swords have a minimum blade length of _____ and a maximum total length of _____.
21. A Blue weapon used with two hands is considered a (color)_____ weapon
22. Blue weapons may have green stabbing tips (T/F)
23. Flail heads must weigh a minimum of _____ and minimum circumference of ______ measured on
separate axes.
24. The end of a flail must not freely pass through a _____ diameter hole.
25. The maximum chain length is ______
26. The rope or cloth of the flail chain must be covered with (object made out of a certain material)
______ to reduce risk of the chain wrapping a weapon or limb.
27. Morning stars and flails (weapons with chains) are always blue weapons regardless of length (T/F)
28. The minimum length of a blue weapon is _____ from the grip to the top of the blade/ end of haft/ etc.
(Describe the defining difference between a Red and a Blue weapon)
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29. A red weapon used with one hand is considered a ____ weapon.
30. Red weapons may have green stabbing tips. (T/F)
31. A swung weapon _______ or longer is considered a red weapon.
32. Green Weapons
(Briefly Describe the difference between a green and a red or blue weapon)
_______________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________________________
Classify the following with Green or B/R (for Blue or Red)
33. The pointed tips of a pick _____ (1)
34. The spike at the back (perpendicular to haft) of a Halberd _____ (2)
35. The Spike at the top of a halberd _____ (3)
36. The Blade of a Halberd _____ (4)
37. The tip of a spetum (Spear with bladed hilt), thrust into gaps of enemy armor _____ (5)
38. The blade of a spetum, used to slice limbs at the end of a thrust _____ (6)
39. The point of the blade of a spetum, swung into armor to pierce it. _____ (7)


40. Double-ended weapons must not be more than ______ long.
41. Double-ended weapons must have a minimum of _______ in length of (Describe the shape of
the padding) ________ on each end and
42. Either one or both ends of a double weapon may pass as green (T/F)
43. Double ended weapons count as blue weapons if they are 5’ long or less (T/F)
44. Double ended weapons count as red weapons if they are more than 5’ long and weigh at least 32 oz (T/F)
45. Spears must have (fraction )_____ of the haft covered.
46. Spears may NOT have (color)_____ covers unless they also pass as that color.
Missile weapons
47. Heralds should check all missile weapons on a (MC)______ basis.
A. Daily
B. Weekly
C. Monthly

Javelins
48. The maximum weight of a javelin is _____.
49. The length of a javelin must be between _____ and _____.
50. All javelins must pass standards for both (color) _____ and (color) _____ classifications.
51. All javelins must have a (color) ______ cover on the (area of weapon) _____, never on the (area of weapon)_____.
52. Javelins and spears must not flex more than ______.
53. Javelins must be padded along (fraction) _____ of their entire length.
Archery
54. All bows must have a draw weight of _____ or less at (length) _____ draw.
55. No (type of bow) ______ bows.
56. Crossbows must have a maximum draw weight when loaded of _____ or less at (length)____ draw.
Arrows
57. A draw stop is required to prevent an arrow from being drawn more than (length) _______.
58. Arrows may not easily pass (> 0.5 inch) through a ___ diameter hole. No part of the arrow face
may be less than ___ in any direction.
59. All arrows must contain a perpendicular (object) ___ secured at the end of the shaft, unless it is
a golf tube shaft. In this case, a (object) _____ slightly larger than the golf tube's rolled edge must be used instead.
60. All arrow striking surfaces must be constructed of (type of material)_____
61. All arrows must have at least ___ full fletchings (feathers) and a nock.
62. Only (types of tape)____ or ____ tape may be used in arrow construction.
63. All (shaft materials) ____ arrows must have their shafts wrapped in tape.
64. There can be tape on the face of an arrow (T/F)
65. The head of the arrow must not be able to be moved (MC) _____
a. side to side
b. front to back (up and down the shaft)
c. All of the above
66. No arrow using a golf tube shaft may have a (color) ____ cover.
Rocks
67. Rocks must be at least __ in diameter and constructed of foam with as little (other type of material) ____ as possible.
68. The maximum weight of a rock is ___.
69. No part of a rock may freely pass through a _____ diameter hole.

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Last edited by SolinuSvipdag on Mon Mar 02, 2009 2:21 am; edited 5 times in total (Reason for editing : I took out the parenthetical offer to send the pictures for questions 33-39 since I already posted the picture here.)
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PostSubject: Re: MoA Weapons Test OVER   Tue Feb 17, 2009 5:43 pm

Do you intend this to count toward ranking? or is this just something that would be good for everyone to do? If it is to count toward ranking, it needs to be at least apprentice-level or higher, just fyi.
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PostSubject: Re: MoA Weapons Test OVER   Tue Feb 17, 2009 8:50 pm

yeah, I know. I intended it to mostly be for fun. For ranking the test should be administered by another member in person at a practice, not over the forums, in my opinion.
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PostSubject: Re: MoA Weapons Test OVER   Tue Feb 17, 2009 9:01 pm

yeah, that makes sense. I like it though, it's a great way to make sure you're familiar with ALL of the rules, not just the main ones. Some of these are new to me, so it's good to go over them.
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PostSubject: Re: MoA Weapons Test OVER   Tue Feb 17, 2009 10:45 pm

Yeah, I know I learned a lot just writing this thing. Anyone who hasn't should check over the 2008 MoA, there're some differences there.
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PostSubject: Re: MoA Weapons Test OVER   Wed Feb 18, 2009 4:26 am

I'm going to check over the MoA then do the test then submit my answers to you and you tell me what i got k?

ps. It could take awhile, this is a long test and I don't have lots of free time.
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PostSubject: Re: MoA Weapons Test OVER   Wed Feb 18, 2009 6:09 am

yeah, the challenge is open until march, and if you never get around to doing it or if you phail utterly, it's still only a novice level challenge so no harm no foul.
Also if you want to just run through it without studying the new MoA to see how much either has changed or is different than what you thought, that's kewl too. you can keep trying. The challenge isn't to succeed on the first go.
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PostSubject: Re: MoA Weapons Test OVER   Fri Feb 20, 2009 3:42 am

Alright here are my answers.
The answers are red, or should be...

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DAGORHIR MOA WEAPONS TEST
(the material for this test is taken from the Weapons section of rules from Dagorhir.com)
Directions: Fill in the blanks with the correct answer, or circle the option if multiples are Given.
The notation (T/F) denotes a true / false answer. Circle T for true and F for false.
There are a few multiple choice questions (MC). Circle the letter or fill in the blank with the correct answer.
Yes, there are trick questions on the test. These are designed to be easily
answerable by anyone who can quote the line from the MOA, but difficult for someone who only knows enough of the MoA to get by.

1. A safe weapon is one that will not (Describe the injuries that a safe weapon should not be able to inflict)
Will not break bones, will not bruise
2. All weapons (Circle one) may/must have cloth coverings on all striking surfaces.
3. (length) 2 ˝ inch rule—No surface on a striking edge (sword tip, arrow head, spear head,
javelin head, etc.) designed for stabbing shall pass more than 0.5 inch through a
2 ˝ inch diameter hole;
4. The flat (non-striking surface) of bladed weapons (Circle one) may/must be padded.
5. Hafts on axes, morning stars, maces and the like (Circle one) may/must be padded.
6. Single-edged weapons such as sabers and cutlasses (Circle one) may/must have
their non-striking edge clearly marked with a 12-inch piece of silver tape.
7. The tip of a non-stabbing weapon shall not easily pass through a 2 inch diameter hole.

All weapons must conform to the following:
8. Blue weapons must weigh a minimum of 9 ounces.
9. Red weapons must weigh a minimum of 12 ounces.
10. The balance point of a swung weapon must lie above the (part of weapon)handle/pommel
11. Minimum dimensions of 3 in by 5 inches along its entire striking surface.
12. Minimum dimensions for single edged bladed weapons are 3 by 4 inches.
13. The shaft or blade of a swung weapon may not flex greater than 45 degrees.
14. Weapons cores may be constructed with baseball bats or axe handles (T/F) F
15. Any weapons may have metal cores of aluminum (T/F). F only arrows
16. Weapons may have a spike or blade at the butt (pommel) end. (T/F) F
17. No swung weapon may have more than (fraction) 3/4 of its length unpadded.
18. No swung weapon may have more than (length) 30 inches unpadded.
19. All hafts of wood weapons must be taped, except bamboo and rattan (T/F). T
20. Blue swords have a minimum blade length of 12” and a maximum total length of 48”.
21. A Blue weapon used with two hands is considered a (color) red weapon
22. Blue weapons may have green stabbing tips (T/F) T
23. Flail heads must weigh a minimum of 12 ounces and minimum circumference of 16” measured on separate axes.
24. The end of a flail must not freely pass through a 2” diameter hole.
25. The maximum chain length is 6”
26. The rope or cloth of the flail chain must be covered with (object made out of a certain material) foam rings to reduce risk of the chain wrapping a weapon or limb.
27. Morning stars and flails (weapons with chains) are always blue weapons regardless of length (T/F) T
28. The minimum length of a blue weapon is _____ from the grip to the top of the blade/ end of haft/ etc. 36”

(Describe the defining difference between a Red and a Blue weapon)
Red weapons are longer than 48” and are two handed. Red weapons can break shields in two hits and blues can not.
29. A red weapon used with one hand is considered a blue weapon.
30. Red weapons may have green stabbing tips. (T/F) T
31. A swung weapon 48” or longer is considered a red weapon.
32. Green Weapons
(Briefly Describe the difference between a green and a red or blue weapon)
can stab only. They can not slash or hack. Their hafts do not have to be as padded as the hafts of reds or blues. A typical green is a spear

Classify the following with Green or B/R (for Blue or Red)
33. The pointed tips of a pick Green (1)
34. The spike at the back (perpendicular to haft) of a Halberd Green (2)
35. The Spike at the top of a halberd Green (3)
36. The Blade of a Halberd B/R (4)
37. The tip of a spetum (Spear with bladed hilt), thrust into gaps of enemy armor green (5)
38. The blade of a spetum, used to slice limbs at the end of a thrust R/B (6)
39. The point of the blade of a spetum, swung into armor to pierce it. green (7)

40. Double-ended weapons must not be more than 7’ long.
41. Double-ended weapons must have a minimum of 36” in length of (Describe the shape of
the padding) rounded open cell foam on each end and
42. Either one or both ends of a double weapon may pass as green (T/F) F
43. Double ended weapons count as blue weapons if they are 5’ long or less (T/F) T
44. Double ended weapons count as red weapons if they are more than 5’ long and weigh at least 32 oz (T/F) F
45. Spears must have (fraction ) 3/4 of the haft covered.
46. Spears may NOT have (color) yellow covers unless they also pass as that color.

Missile weapons
47. Heralds should check all missile weapons on a (MC) B basis.
A. Daily
B. Weekly
C. Monthly

Javelins
48. The maximum weight of a javelin is 12 ounces
49. The length of a javelin must be between 5’ and 7’.
50. All javelins must pass standards for both (color) green and (color) yellow classifications.
51. All javelins must have a (color) yellow cover on the (area of weapon) tip, never on the (area of weapon) haft
52. Javelins and spears must not flex more than 90 degrees.
53. Javelins must be padded along (fraction) 3/4 of their entire length.

Archery
54. All bows must have a draw weight of 35lbs or less at (length) half (28”) draw.
55. No (type of bow) compound/pulley bows.
56. Crossbows must have a maximum draw weight when loaded of 35lbs or less at (length) 28” draw.

Arrows
57. A draw stop is required to prevent an arrow from being drawn more than (length) 28”.
58. Arrows may not easily pass (> 0.5 inch) through a 2” diameter hole. No part of the arrow face may be less than 4” in any direction.
59. All arrows must contain a perpendicular (object) penny secured at the end of the shaft, unless it is a golf tube shaft. In this case, a (object) washer slightly larger than the golf tube's rolled edge must be used instead.
60. All arrow striking surfaces must be constructed of (type of material) open cell foam
61. All arrows must have at least 3 full fletchings (feathers) and a nock.
62. Only (types of tape) duct/cloth or tennis tape may be used in arrow construction.
63. All (shaft materials) wooden arrows must have their shafts wrapped in tape.
64. There can be tape on the face of an arrow (T/F) F
65. The head of the arrow must not be able to be moved (MC) c
a. side to side
b. front to back (up and down the shaft)
c. All of the above
66. No arrow using a golf tube shaft may have a (color) yellow cover.

Rocks
67. Rocks must be at least 13” in diameter and constructed of foam with as little (other type of material) tape as possible.
68. The maximum weight of a rock is 6 ounces.
69. No part of a rock may freely pass through a 2 ˝ inch diameter hole.

most of the weight things i didn't remember but please grade and get the grade back to me as soon as possible so i can try again if it sucks Razz
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PostSubject: Re: MoA Weapons Test OVER   Fri Feb 20, 2009 6:26 am

1. A safe weapon is one that will not (Describe the injuries that a safe weapon should not be able to inflict)
Leave bruises, break bones, or knock out teeth when an unarmored person is struck with a full-force "baseball bat" style swing.
2. All weapons (Circle one) may/must have cloth coverings on all striking surfaces.
3. (length) 2.5 in. rule—No surface on a striking edge (sword tip, arrow head, spear head,
javelin head, etc.) designed for stabbing shall pass more than 0.5 inch through a
2.5 in. diameter hole;
4. The flat (non-striking surface) of bladed weapons (Circle one) may/must be padded.
5. Hafts on axes, morning stars, maces and the like (Circle one) may/must be padded.
6. Single-edged weapons such as sabers and cutlasses (Circle one) may/must have
their non-striking edge clearly marked with a 12-inch piece of silver tape.
7. The tip of a non-stabbing weapon shall not easily pass through a 2 in. diameter hole.

All weapons must conform to the following:
8. Blue weapons must weigh a minimum of 12 oz.
9. Red weapons must weigh a minimum of 24 oz.
10. The balance point of a swung weapon must lie above the (part of weapon) hilt or grip.
11. Minimum dimensions of 1.25" by 3" inches along its entire striking surface.
12. Minimum dimensions for single edged bladed weapons are 1.25" by 2.5" inches.
13. The shaft or blade of a swung weapon may not flex greater than 45 deg.
14. Weapons cores may be constructed with baseball bats or axe handles (T/F)
15. Any weapons may have metal cores of aluminum (T/F).
16. Weapons may have a spike or blade at the butt (pommel) end. (T/F)
17. No swung weapon may have more than (fraction) 1/3 of its length unpadded.
18. No swung weapon may have more than (length) 30" unpadded.
19. All hafts of wood weapons must be taped, except bamboo and rattan (T/F).
20. Blue swords have a minimum blade length of 12" and a maximum total length of 48".
21. A Blue weapon used with two hands is considered a (color) blue weapon
22. Blue weapons may have green stabbing tips (T/F)
23. Flail heads must weigh a minimum of 4 oz. and minimum circumference of 16" measured onseparate axes.
24. The end of a flail must not freely pass through a 2" diameter hole.
25. The maximum chain length is 6".
26. The rope or cloth of the flail chain must be covered with (object made out of a certain material)
segmented foam rings to reduce risk of the chain wrapping a weapon or limb.
27. Morning stars and flails (weapons with chains) are always blue weapons regardless of length (T/F)
28. The minimum length of a blue weapon is 12" from the grip to the top of the blade/ end of haft/ etc.
(Describe the defining difference between a Red and a Blue weapon)
A red weapon is 48" or longer and used primarily with both hands, and can break shields with two solid blows. Blue weapons are under 48" and are used primarily with one hand.
29. A red weapon used with one hand is considered a blue weapon.
30. Red weapons may have green stabbing tips. (T/F)
31. A swung weapon 48" or longer is considered a red weapon.

32. Green Weapons
A green weapon is a strictly thrusting weapon, and is never swung. Two handed thrusts pierce armor.
Classify the following with Green or B/R (for Blue or Red)
33. The pointed tips of a pick B/R (1)
34. The spike at the back (perpendicular to haft) of a Halberd B/R (2)
35. The Spike at the top of a halberd G (3)
36. The Blade of a Halberd B/R (4)
37. The tip of a spetum (Spear with bladed hilt), thrust into gaps of enemy armor G (5)
38. The blade of a spetum, used to slice limbs at the end of a thrust B/R (6)
39. The point of the blade of a spetum, swung into armor to pierce it. B/R (7)


40. Double-ended weapons must not be more than 7' long.
41. Double-ended weapons must have a minimum of 18" in length of (Describe the shape of
the padding) cylindrical padding on each end and
42. Either one or both ends of a double weapon may pass as green (T/F)
43. Double ended weapons count as blue weapons if they are 5’ long or less (T/F)
44. Double ended weapons count as red weapons if they are more than 5’ long and weigh at least 32 oz (T/F)
45. Spears must have (fraction ) 1/3 of the haft covered.
46. Spears may NOT have (color) yellow covers unless they also pass as that color.
Missile weapons
47. Heralds should check all missile weapons on a (MC) A basis.
A. Daily
B. Weekly
C. Monthly

Javelins
48. The maximum weight of a javelin is 1.5 lb.
49. The length of a javelin must be between 4' and 7'.
50. All javelins must pass standards for both (color) yellow and (color) green classifications.
51. All javelins must have a (color) yellow cover on the (area of weapon) face, never on the (area of weapon) shaft.
52. Javelins and spears must not flex more than 90 deg.
53. Javelins must be padded along (fraction) 1 of their entire length.

Archery
54. All bows must have a draw weight of 35# or less at (length) 28" draw.
55. No (type of bow) compound/pulley bows.
56. Crossbows must have a maximum draw weight when loaded of 35# or less at (length) 12" draw.

Arrows
57. A draw stop is required to prevent an arrow from being drawn more than (length) 28".
58. Arrows may not easily pass (> 0.5 inch) through a 2.5" diameter hole. No part of the arrow face
may be less than 2.5" in any direction.
59. All arrows must contain a perpendicular (object) penny secured at the end of the shaft, unless it is
a golf tube shaft. In this case, a (object) washer slightly larger than the golf tube's rolled edge must be used instead.
60. All arrow striking surfaces must be constructed of (type of material) open-cell foam.
61. All arrows must have at least 2 full fletchings (feathers) and a nock.
62. Only (types of tape) duct or cloth tape may be used in arrow construction.
63. All (shaft materials) wooden and fiberglass arrows must have their shafts wrapped in tape.
64. There can be tape on the face of an arrow (T/F)
65. The head of the arrow must not be able to be moved (MC) C.
a. side to side
b. front to back (up and down the shaft)
c. All of the above
66. No arrow using a golf tube shaft may have a (color) non-yellow cover.

Rocks
67. Rocks must be at least 4" in diameter and constructed of foam with as little (other type of material) tape as possible.
68. The maximum weight of a rock is 1.5 lb.
69. No part of a rock may freely pass through a 2.5" diameter hole.

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PostSubject: Re: MoA Weapons Test OVER   Fri Feb 20, 2009 6:54 am

I propose the following attachments to the Novice MOA test:

Quote :
All Weapons must conform to the following
#. Only blue and red weapons are required to have a pommel (T/F).
#. A pommel may not pass more than _0.5__ inches through a _2__ inch diameter hole.

Quote :
Archery
#. To be an archer in a battle, you must bring _2_ passing arrows.

Quote :
Shields
#. Shields must be padded on the _front__ and __sides__.
#. The maximum dimensions of a shield are from __chin__ to __ankle__ high and _3__ feet wide.
#. Minimum shield dimension is _12_ inches.
#. The minimum and maximum dimensions of shields are measured by (MC)_a__.
a. arc length
b. diameter
c. radius
d. surface area
#. A shield does not need arm or hand-straps, but only a means of carrying it (T/F).
#. Shield spikes deal ___no___ damage.

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PostSubject: Re: MoA Weapons Test OVER   Fri Feb 20, 2009 7:20 am

I agree that we/I should incorporate the first two items (pommels questions). I'm planning on making an equally exhaustive test over shields and armor and a third test over heralding, and I think the others might pass better in those tests (2 arrow rule = heralding, shields obviously with shields and armor test). I designed this test to deal with weapon making and weapons checking only, and it has at least one question for each non-heralding, non-shield related line of the MoA section 4.

The shield spikes question should probably go on there for weapons check, and I can see why the two-arrow rule might also go with weapons check. Plus there's no reason why we can't have multiple questions on each test. Keeping in mind that I'll (or someone else could, of course) be making similar tests for Armor/shields and for heralding, do you still think I should incorporate these questions? Cuz it doesn't hurt me any to do so.
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