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100 PBBFC: Purple Sage
My bit of "throwing down" for a spectacular contest that was proven spectacular by ALL the competitors.
About this creation
Get to the contest HERE .

Unfortunately, the contest is over; however, check out all the fantastic builds and of course the grand prize winner Tom Remy's Lucky Luke .


As a challenge from the competitors, it was my pleasure to go for the tough task of building under the rules I helped create. I don't know if you guys and gals noticed, but this was kind of difficult. ;) However, I hope you all enjoyed it as much as I did.

I noticed that the process was three-fold: Create an idea size wise that MIGHT work inside the 100 piece limit, build it, then scrap it as it exceeded the number by twelve. Rinse and repeat. Oh, and then there were those Mystery Pieces! sadists.

Anyways, here is my contribution.

Enjoy!



Wise from the side.





Backside wisery.





Kinda portly in a laughing Buddha way. Rub his tummy!





90 boys and girls! Count 'em, I'll wait.





Yup, 6 Mystery Pieces PLUS "the ultimate useless piece". Tyler who? XD





At least Nnenn's "useless" piece can attach with two pin holes. Do you see any here? NO!!! This little nugget of love was dropped into early Technic sets with rubber bands for this to hold and NEVER BE USED AGAIN!

Until now. You're welcome.





Chewie zen. Be one with the Wookiee.


Fourth Wall: I originally started off with the Scala baby potty MP. I knew that this thing MUST be used. It started off as a hat, then some REALLY tight shorts, and finally as a snout. I intended the helmets and bananas to give the impression of a surly grump (who wouldn't be with a potty on their face?) But as I built him with his Rahkshi parts for arms and legs, he took on a more prophet-like look to him. The slouch added to that sense as well. But the slouch wasn't enough to give him an otherworldly creature feel, so I added the tail. I have finally used that ultimate useless piece, it's only been some twenty odd years or so. Okay, I'm slow.

Anyhow, this little guy was a blast to build. I loved the piece limit, the Mystery Pieces (even the potty), and looking at every piece in a crazy new way. I dedicate him to all of you competitors in the contest as a little testament to how proud of you I am for making this inaugural contest outstanding.

I look forward to next year's contest and every one of you returning to enjoy the challenge.

Thank you


matt



Comments

 I made it 
  November 21, 2014
Quoting Mihai Marius Mihu Nice choice of parts! Lots of character, awesome!
Thank you Mihai! Precisely what I was after. ;)
 I like it 
  November 19, 2014
Nice choice of parts! Lots of character, awesome!
 I made it 
  October 9, 2014
Quoting MortalSwordsman . I love him, he is so full of character especially his face. excellent part usage which would have scored highly im sure. really enjoyed this contest and looking forward to the next one.
Thank you Joe! Not sure how he'd score, the judges were pretty tough. ;) Definitely doing the contest again, probably the same time.
 I like it 
  October 9, 2014
I love him, he is so full of character especially his face. excellent part usage which would have scored highly im sure. really enjoyed this contest and looking forward to the next one.
 I made it 
  August 24, 2014
Quoting Keith Goldman Rowntreee you've outdone yourself, this is full of character and reminds me of Eyore in all the best ways. I think I'll stay out of your contest next time round' I can't compete!
Better not stay out, I'll send Guido the killer pimp after you. XD Thank you Keith! I thought he evoked a bit of Eyeore when I built him, had them doleful eyes. This guy wasn't missing his tail though. Hooray useless pieces! ;)
 I like it 
  August 23, 2014
Rowntreee you've outdone yourself, this is full of character and reminds me of Eyore in all the best ways. I think I'll stay out of your contest next time round' I can't compete!
 I made it 
  August 13, 2014
Quoting Mitchell Long Wow! Really Cool, love the PU! Can You Please check out my latest MOC
Thank you Mitchell! Will do. ;)
 I like it 
  August 13, 2014
Wow! Really Cool, love the PU! Can You Please check out my latest MOC
 I made it 
  August 8, 2014
Quoting Michael Rutherford Chewbacca sits there. rownTree can be seen as well. They discuss building. I think the part I like best is the deliberate style of the eyes. You built eyeballs out of plate, that can be shifted to look left or right! Pretty cool man. Well done sir. Attack!
With wisdom, patience. Rutherford spies eye detail. Humble Tree, happy. =D Thank you Mike! I need more haiku in my life. ;)
 I like it 
  August 6, 2014
Chewbacca sits there. rownTree can be seen as well. They discuss building. I think the part I like best is the deliberate style of the eyes. You built eyeballs out of plate, that can be shifted to look left or right! Pretty cool man. Well done sir. Attack!
 I made it 
  July 20, 2014
Quoting Chris Phipson I know you were going for a budha look here (and you pulled it off) but my first thought was of some poor beasty locked in an ET zoo on some far off planet. Either way, LOVE IT! ~ Chris.
Fed well and still trapped. I like that interpretation. His somber expression really lends to it. Thank you Chris!
 I like it 
  July 19, 2014
I know you were going for a budha look here (and you pulled it off) but my first thought was of some poor beasty locked in an ET zoo on some far off planet. Either way, LOVE IT! ~ Chris.
 I made it 
  July 16, 2014
Quoting Mark McPeek Wow! That is seriously awesome! I had a feeling you'd be using the potty. ;) Thanks once again for a great contest!
Thank you Mark! And thank YOU for a great contest. ;)
 I like it 
  July 15, 2014
Wow! That is seriously awesome! I had a feeling you'd be using the potty. ;) Thanks once again for a great contest!
 I made it 
  July 14, 2014
Quoting Evan Botkin Hmmm, more like gunmetal sage =P A little more purple would really make him 'The Purple Sage'. Love the use of Rahkshi backs for legs, and the toilet as a snout is really great. The air tanks as toes, who would have thunk it? All in all a really nice MOC, glad to be seeing more from you.
Thank you Evan! Glad to be posting more. Went with Purple Sage for the play on words and to emphasize the potty. But yes, he is more gunmetal grey than purple. ;)
 I like it 
  July 14, 2014
Hmmm, more like gunmetal sage =P A little more purple would really make him 'The Purple Sage'. Love the use of Rahkshi backs for legs, and the toilet as a snout is really great. The air tanks as toes, who would have thunk it? All in all a really nice MOC, glad to be seeing more from you.
 I made it 
  July 13, 2014
Quoting Tim C Oh! Master of the mystery piece. I bow in reverence to your greatness. It is with great regret that I have no more to offer from my humble existence than to respectfully avert my eyes from your blinding brilliance;) This is great, Matt. I laid down the challenge and you have answered with what I would expect and more. I would even venture to say that if you weren't wearing the judge's hat, (I imagine it as a tall furry one with horns, by the way), this would have been a top contender in the contest. The forming of this guy leaves me shaking my head. The connections boggle the mind. If I didn't know you, I would say that the pieces were leaning up against each other and you were able to snap off some pics before they all fell over;) And the ultimate useless piece? Well, now you're just showing off. Since we're talking about constructive criticism in other venues, I will point out the pesky little detail of your nearly two month tardiness. XD Okay, enough ribbing. In all seriousness, it's great to see this, Matt. Nice work.
Tim, you threw down the gauntlet and as a fool would do, I picked it up. Happy is the fool am I. ;) This contest made me giddy when David, Abby, and I were discussing it over. I kept thinking of what I would build and what MPs I could utilize. Then I realized that I was wearing a judge hat. (BTW it has only one horn. Directly in the front like a rhino.) But I was excited to be challenged to throw down with you and the other fine builders of the contest. My main goal was that pesky potty, but I knew that all you would expect that I could manage it so I thought the "ultimate useless piece" would be completely unexpected. Showing off? You bet I was! XD I would like to add that thing in as much as possible from now on; my Chewy of parts. And yes, it felt great to get back into building and posting after BW's inevitable drain. Did I see correctly that you weren't going to be able to go next year? Hope that's not true. Anyways, thank you for the challenge, hope I didn't disappoint.
 I made it 
  July 13, 2014
Quoting Alex Rode Of course, I mean "peculiar" in the best way. xP
;)
 I made it 
  July 13, 2014
Quoting Nick Barrett It's good to see your money where your mouth is :-) This is a lovely, quirky build, and one where the mystery pieces don't seem forced in. Looking forward to next year's contest!
Thank you Nick! My main goal with the MPs was to have them blend in seamlessly. There were some really fantastic successes in that aspect of the contest, I'm glad mine was able to do the same.
 I made it 
  July 13, 2014
Quoting Alex Rode I'm not sure what to think about the aesthetic - it is very peculiar. But amid that it is really well built! Nicely done.
Thank you Alex! I would always consider peculiar in this world to be complimentary. ;)
 I made it 
  July 13, 2014
Quoting David Alexander Smith Of course the piece count build is brilliant. But he looks sad; I feel sadness when I look at him. A true moving piece of art - with bananas.
Thank you David! Your daily dosage of potassium in Art. ;) I'm glad the sadness comes through, the pieces really dictated that aspect.
 I made it 
  July 13, 2014
Quoting Cheryl P The Master has spoken. Nicely done. You can walk the talk.
Thank you Cheryl! I'm happy to say that in building this, I grabbed the red piece that you used for the skirt on your own figure and could see no better use. ;)
 I made it 
  July 13, 2014
Quoting David . IT'S SO CHUBBY I'M GONNA DIE!
Complacently chubby. =) Thank you David!
 I made it 
  July 13, 2014
Quoting clayton Marchetti He he he! "Winnie the Pooh" Tim Burton style. Or " where the wild things are" the book never saw the movie. Once again Brother you've taking us to school and we are all richer for it. He looks like at any moment he'll turn and wink at you. Outstanding parts usage. Brilliant work!
Thank you Brother! You nailed everything I was going for especially that moment of a possible wink. ;)
 I made it 
  July 13, 2014
Quoting El Barto ! He certainly looks like he needs a good tummy rub! Maybe a few bacon treats, too. No clue about some of those pieces, but I like them! Lots of character in this guy, with the pose and expression.
Who doesn't need a tummy rub? And don't tell Shifu about the bacon treats. XD Thank you Bart, I've never been able to utilize those parts and took the opportunity here to give it a try. Lots of potential in them, except the potty. ;)
 I made it 
  July 13, 2014
Quoting MCLegoboy ! Hmmm... 2 points. I still haven't finished my Mars Mission guy. Quality over duration. I do like the use of the Rahkshi backs. And the colors are beautiful. You'd have bested all but Tom.
Thank you MC! Tom's is pretty flawless, to be there with him in your opinion is quite an honor. I think I called them Rakhi, I'll correct it. Still can't wait to see your mech, it was looking pretty good on flickr.
 I made it 
  July 13, 2014
Quoting Sam the first How much character can a 90 piece figure have? Apparently, quite a lot. This thing looks like bundles of fun!Great techniques left right and center. Awesome.
Thank you Sam! Everything there is exactly what I hoped to accomplish. Cleverness and character are tricky goals in limited builds. Fun, however, is always a given. ;)
 I made it 
  July 13, 2014
Quoting Kevin Moyer Sweet! I think next year you should skip judging and just compete! You'd certainly be up there! This guy is great! In a weird alien-orangutan way.
Thank you Kevin! As much fun as this guy was, I found even greater pleasure in seeing everyone else's work form. And weird alien orangutan/aardvark was what I was hoping for. ;)
 I made it 
  July 13, 2014
Quoting Topsy Creatori Oh, matt, honorable Tree, this moc will indeed inspire us all to future 100 piece figure building greatness!!! And, as a wise one once said… The lotus can only blossom to full enlightenment when its roots have obtained nourishment from the mud. So too, the Way of the Wookie can only be obtained when a snout has smelled through the potty! (I had to repost this... seems like I have yet to reach spelling enlightenment!) ;)
Thank you Topsy! No truer words to be spoken, well said. Enlightenment is a journey, not a destination. Usually littered with bodiless arms according to the Way of the Wookiee. ;) If you find inspiration in this, then it is only there as a direct result of the inspiration I had from the entries in the contest. That and those sadistic Mystery Pieces. XD
 I like it 
  July 13, 2014
Of course, I mean "peculiar" in the best way. xP
 I made it 
  July 13, 2014
Quoting LukeClarenceVan The Revanchist Dude... I am very glad you were a judge. Incredible use of the parts, especially using that shield thing for hair. Pure genius.
Thank you Luke! But I don't think anything could best the quaff on your fig. ;)
 I made it 
  July 13, 2014
Quoting Axel Schouten Amazing! i love these kind of builds, well done!
Thank you Axel! I loved doing it. ;)
 I like it 
  July 13, 2014
It's good to see your money where your mouth is :-) This is a lovely, quirky build, and one where the mystery pieces don't seem forced in. Looking forward to next year's contest!
 I made it 
  July 13, 2014
Quoting Jeremy McCreary Spittin' image of my brother-in-law! Excellent use of some very obscure parts with creativity to burn, as usual. (Just FYI, those rules let your mean streak show.) Bought 4 of those curved black arm and leg pieces months ago to see what they might be good for, but nothing ever came to me. Now I have at least one good example.
Ha! Thank you Jeremy! Like all my bionicle parts, I just never have been able to find an application that doesn't simply look like it was tacked on as an afterthought. Glad that you can possibly use them in some sort of space aardvark/trebuchet. XD And as far as my mean streak, wait until next years list of Mystery Pieces. ;)
 I made it 
  July 13, 2014
Quoting Stormjay Exserion Ah Matt, this MOC so suits you. The incorporation of BIONICLE pieces are great, I'd like to see you do a full on BIONICLE MOC sometime. The facial expression is great too (needs more blacklight though.)
Thank you Stormjay! I consider that very high praise in that I see Art as an extension of the Artist. Not necessarily style, but a definitive part. I would actually find it difficult to make an exclusively Bionicle build. System is so engrained into my thinking that I wouldn't want to pull away from it. I am truly fascinated by the pure Bionicle builds that I have seen and look at it as a completely different mental acuity to think along the dimensions of the joints and parts. I've always had the parts but my thought processes invariably return to system. And I agree that a bit more backlight would have helped. Editing is another aspect that escapes me. ;)
 I made it 
  July 13, 2014
Quoting Gallardo of LU first: @David Roberts, take a look at "Where the wild Things Are" Second Wow! very well done build. I had forgotten the judges where working on their own builds. I'm glad I didn't have to compete against this one!
Thank you Gallardo! Oddly enough, I hadn't placed the Wild Things reference until you noted it. He does resemble those wonderful characters quite a bit. Cuddly in a possibly tear you apart sort of way. Good note. And I expect Bumblebee would have given him a run for his money. ;)
 I made it 
  July 13, 2014
Quoting Dr. Monster What a great looking character. Excellent PU. Terrific job.
Thank you Doc! I'm pleased that you see him as a character, a vital criteria in this particular build. =)
 I made it 
  July 13, 2014
Quoting Tyler Halliwell Haha, awesome little guy. He's like some ancient aardvark god and is super cool. Nicely done with those mystery parts too.
Thank you Tyler! With the potty, I saw an aardvark as well. In fact, I was aiming for a character like Cerebus. Altered it with the bananas though as he seemed more sad and wise at that point.
 I made it 
  July 13, 2014
Quoting Starscream Soundwave At least you waited until after to show us all how it's done! Clever idea to use technic/bionicle parts. Excellent stuff Matt!
Thank you SS! With a piece count, the bionicle parts seemed to me to be a given. Economy and cleverness are necessary and can exploit aspects never considered. Just what I had envisioned with the contest. ;)
 I made it 
  July 13, 2014
Quoting Stephan N For me, very impressive as you can build such a complete form with such parts. I've always seen such Bionicle parts a little skeleton. But this cute figure acts Completely restructured. To take the helmet for the eyes to even so represent pupils I find particularly good.
Thank you Stephan! I always aim for a complete vision as best I can. The bionicle parts allow for the ability to compromise in unnecessary areas like legs and arms, and concentrate more pieces to vital areas like the face. I can't take credit for the helmet idea as I have seen that technique before in dragons here on MP, but I liked how sad it made him look.
 I made it 
  July 13, 2014
Quoting David Roberts I don't really know much about Bionicle style building but this creature stands out in my eyes because he's so different. He reminds me of a creature from children's books but Ican't think which. The way that he's sitting looks a bit sad to me: a hope that he's okay as he looks quite lovable with his big, purple nose. On too of this is the excellent use of theair tanks as hands/claws: very original!
Thank you David! I wanted to portray a bit of aged wisdom with how I formed his body and slouch. The doleful eyes helped establish a bit of sorrow as well. I was aiming for a cuddly sort of otherworldly creature like a wise Winnie. The bionicle parts allow for economy and more parts in areas that require detail like the face. I find that they are tricky at best, tons of respect for those that are able to create the articulated beauties.
 I made it 
  July 13, 2014
Quoting Stuart Lucas Hi Matt, I'm gutted that I missed this contest but some other contest took up all my building time in May... anyway great stuff and lovely cartoon-y figure. The nose and toes are particularly pleasing!
Hey Stuart, thank you! A well deserved win over there my friend, I actually enjoyed the contest and built some of my best work for Yuri. BTW Emotitron won best mecha at Brickworld this year. I built to compete against the talent there and hope that you will be able to shine in this contest next go. Always a spot for you. ;)
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  July 13, 2014
Quoting cyberfrank 2010 cute and original, of course I love Chewie s guest appearance!
Thank you Frank! Chewie is learning patience and tolerance and understanding and how to effectively pull the arms out of a socket without leaving a mark on the rice paper. XD
 I made it 
  July 13, 2014
Quoting Parrington Levens haha, cool, and for a while I was thinking, that's Lego? Showing my age. Great use of parts, comic shape.
Thank you Par! I actually envisioned an almost Cerebus character forming in reference to his comic look. Wanted to go a bit crazy with the PU. ;)
 I made it 
  July 13, 2014
Quoting Matt Bace Wow! Great work! The fingers and toes really look good and there is some inspired parts usage just about everywhere. The pose is pretty well-done also. I'm glad you managed to put together an entry. Maybe next time around we'll have to figure out a way for the judges to get involved earlier on.
Thank you Matt! Building is always a joy, but watching everyone interpret and take up the challenges posed by the contest was an even greater pleasure. ;)
 I made it 
  July 13, 2014
Quoting Graham Gidman How in the world...? Wow, incredible work, Matt! I'm truly amazed. :)
Thank you Graham! Sometimes looking at something sideways yields a new vision, even Lego pieces. ;)
 I made it 
  July 13, 2014
Quoting Tim C Comment currently swirling around the vortex of moderation. Be with you in a moment. Nice work, though.
It's almost like a toilet in more ways than one. XD
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  July 13, 2014
Quoting Nick White Wow! That's very creepy but really awesome! Good job!
Thank you Nick! Creepy works as I was aiming for otherworldly.
 I like it 
  July 12, 2014
I'm not sure what to think about the aesthetic - it is very peculiar. But amid that it is really well built! Nicely done.
 I like it 
  July 12, 2014
Of course the piece count build is brilliant. But he looks sad; I feel sadness when I look at him. A true moving piece of art - with bananas.
 I like it 
  July 12, 2014
The Master has spoken. Nicely done. You can walk the talk.
 I like it 
  July 11, 2014
Oh! Master of the mystery piece. I bow in reverence to your greatness. It is with great regret that I have no more to offer from my humble existence than to respectfully avert my eyes from your blinding brilliance;) This is great, Matt. I laid down the challenge and you have answered with what I would expect and more. I would even venture to say that if you weren't wearing the judge's hat, (I imagine it as a tall furry one with horns, by the way), this would have been a top contender in the contest. The forming of this guy leaves me shaking my head. The connections boggle the mind. If I didn't know you, I would say that the pieces were leaning up against each other and you were able to snap off some pics before they all fell over;) And the ultimate useless piece? Well, now you're just showing off. Since we're talking about constructive criticism in other venues, I will point out the pesky little detail of your nearly two month tardiness. XD Okay, enough ribbing. In all seriousness, it's great to see this, Matt. Nice work.
 I like it 
  July 11, 2014
IT'S SO CHUBBY I'M GONNA DIE!
 I like it 
  July 11, 2014
He he he! "Winnie the Pooh" Tim Burton style. Or " where the wild things are" the book never saw the movie. Once again Brother you've taking us to school and we are all richer for it. He looks like at any moment he'll turn and wink at you. Outstanding parts usage. Brilliant work!
 I like it 
  July 11, 2014
He certainly looks like he needs a good tummy rub! Maybe a few bacon treats, too. No clue about some of those pieces, but I like them! Lots of character in this guy, with the pose and expression.
 I like it 
  July 11, 2014
Hmmm... 2 points. I still haven't finished my Mars Mission guy. Quality over duration. I do like the use of the Rahkshi backs. And the colors are beautiful. You'd have bested all but Tom.
 I like it 
  July 11, 2014
How much character can a 90 piece figure have? Apparently, quite a lot. This thing looks like bundles of fun!Great techniques left right and center. Awesome.
 I like it 
  July 11, 2014
Sweet! I think next year you should skip judging and just compete! You'd certainly be up there! This guy is great! In a weird alien-orangutan way.
 I like it 
  July 11, 2014
Oh, matt, honorable Tree, this moc will indeed inspire us all to future 100 piece figure building greatness!!! And, as a wise one once said… The lotus can only blossom to full enlightenment when its roots have obtained nourishment from the mud. So too, the Way of the Wookie can only be obtained when a snout has smelled through the potty! (I had to repost this... seems like I have yet to reach spelling enlightenment!) ;)
 I like it 
  July 11, 2014
Dude... I am very glad you were a judge. Incredible use of the parts, especially using that shield thing for hair. Pure genius.
 I like it 
  July 11, 2014
Amazing! i love these kind of builds, well done!
 I like it 
  July 11, 2014
Spittin' image of my brother-in-law! Excellent use of some very obscure parts with creativity to burn, as usual. (Just FYI, those rules let your mean streak show.) Bought 4 of those curved black arm and leg pieces months ago to see what they might be good for, but nothing ever came to me. Now I have at least one good example.
 I like it 
  July 11, 2014
Ah Matt, this MOC so suits you. The incorporation of BIONICLE pieces are great, I'd like to see you do a full on BIONICLE MOC sometime. The facial expression is great too (needs more blacklight though.)
 I like it 
  July 11, 2014
first: @David Roberts, take a look at "Where the wild Things Are" Second Wow! very well done build. I had forgotten the judges where working on their own builds. I'm glad I didn't have to compete against this one!
 I like it 
  July 11, 2014
What a great looking character. Excellent PU. Terrific job.
 I like it 
  July 11, 2014
Haha, awesome little guy. He's like some ancient aardvark god and is super cool. Nicely done with those mystery parts too.
 I like it 
  July 11, 2014
At least you waited until after to show us all how it's done! Clever idea to use technic/bionicle parts. Excellent stuff Matt!
 I like it 
  July 11, 2014
For me, very impressive as you can build such a complete form with such parts. I've always seen such Bionicle parts a little skeleton. But this cute figure acts Completely restructured. To take the helmet for the eyes to even so represent pupils I find particularly good.
 I like it 
  July 11, 2014
I don't really know much about Bionicle style building but this creature stands out in my eyes because he's so different. He reminds me of a creature from children's books but Ican't think which. The way that he's sitting looks a bit sad to me: a hope that he's okay as he looks quite lovable with his big, purple nose. On too of this is the excellent use of theair tanks as hands/claws: very original!
 I like it 
  July 11, 2014
Hi Matt, I'm gutted that I missed this contest but some other contest took up all my building time in May... anyway great stuff and lovely cartoon-y figure. The nose and toes are particularly pleasing!
 I like it 
  July 11, 2014
cute and original, of course I love Chewie s guest appearance!
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  July 11, 2014
haha, cool, and for a while I was thinking, that's Lego? Showing my age. Great use of parts, comic shape.
 I like it 
  July 11, 2014
Wow! Great work! The fingers and toes really look good and there is some inspired parts usage just about everywhere. The pose is pretty well-done also. I'm glad you managed to put together an entry. Maybe next time around we'll have to figure out a way for the judges to get involved earlier on.
 I like it 
  July 11, 2014
How in the world...? Wow, incredible work, Matt! I'm truly amazed. :)
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  July 11, 2014
Comment currently swirling around the vortex of moderation. Be with you in a moment. Nice work, though.
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  July 10, 2014
Wow! That's very creepy but really awesome! Good job!
 
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