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Hopes and Dreams. What did TheAsianAvenger hit mythic with this past season? Wizards need to mess with a tier one deck. Alex Bianchi won our most recent Modern Grand Prix playing a similar deck but adding the Splinter Twin combination. With me so far? on January 18, 2016, Magic Online Effective Date: January 27, 2016. It would seem that Miracles is more oppressive in Legacy (larger metagame share and fewer 2% decks) than Twin is in Modern, and yet Twin is banned and there are no changes to the Legacy banned list. If you want some commentary on the aftermath of Modern prices from the bannings, be sure to check out the Finance Update in our Weekly Update. Some say it was because the deck it was in was too consistent and oppressive; some say it was because it was too popular. The list of all banned and restricted cards, by format, is here. Wizards of the Coast, Magic: The Gathering, and their logos are trademarks of Wizards of the Coast LLC. It isn't going to draw in viewers. See Sam’s side of the matchup. At the StarCityGames.com Cincinnati Open, with over 1,000 competitors, Bobby Fortanely won and Bill Comminos finished in the Top 8. Splinter Twin is a blue/red combo deck for the Modern format (as of Jan 18th 2016, Splinter Twin has been banned in Modern format, rendering this deck unplayable). We know the on-the-record reason that Splinter Twin was banned in Modern. A whole year of Secret Lair is in the books. © 1995-2020 Wizards. That means for the Pro Tour to succeed, it needs to be Standard. (I was a bit startled to realize that it has actually been banned longer than it was ever legal.) I had griped about the deck quite a bit over the years, but just saw it as being a cornerstone of Modern. - Wizards, January 18th, Banned and Restricted Announcement. SPLINTER TWIN WILL FINALLY BE UNBANNED. The pros are incentivize to build the best deck possible, which means testing and playing with cards from the newest set. The banning of Splinter Twin has everyone talking about Modern. It primarily aims at putting a creature with an Untap ability onto the battlefield, either Deceiver Exarch or Pestermite, then copying it either with Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker, or enchanting that creature with the namesake Splinter … While it was not clear that either of these has all the tools to form a competitive deck today, the deck with Amulet of Vigor is more distinctive and has more potential as more tapped lands are printed. And the truth of the matter is that it works. The Bans. Unfortunately, that reasoning rings hollow. The deck was ultimately deemed too strong for the format, and it died with the ban of Splinter Twin in the first weeks of 2016. I don’t particularly agree with all of these decisions, like the banning of my sweet, sweet Splinter Twin. Preordain and Ponder easily push Twin, but the real boogeyman right now in Modern is The Rock. We looked into which card could be banned to reduce the frequency of the very early wins. Mono-White Prison in Historic! Looking to rank up in Historic without spending a lot of wildcards? Joe Dyer dives into the current state of Legacy as we begin to wrap up 2020. This deck frequently wins before the fourth turn. Wizards making money is not a bad thing. This combo is the descendant of its forerunner UR Twin, which was the hallmark of Modern for a number of years. Also, the primary offender is also in another broken deck. SPLINTER TWIN WILL FINALLY BE UNBANNED. This Week in Legacy: The Nature of Legacy in 2020, Single Scoop: Mono White Prison (Historic, Magic Arena), Budget Magic: 15-Rare Mono-White Auras (Historic), Against the Odds: Jeskai Gearhulks (Historic), This Week in Legacy: Court is Now in Session, Tomer's Top 10 Favorite Cards From Commander Legends, Meme or Dream? We, as the community, threw a fit. Now, let's say Pro Tour Battle for Zendikar was Modern instead of Standard. Four-player Commander battles featuring a new theme every week. Wizards essentially had their hands tied. All emails include an unsubscribe link. Again, players often misinterpret the meaning of the Pro Tour, in part because of how Wizards markets the event. The Pro Tour isn't a charity designed to be nice to players. MTGGoldfish, Inc. is not affiliated with Wizards of the Coast LLC. Today, I'm going to walk you through the real reason why Splinter Twin was banned. We've updated our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Azusa, Lost but Seeking is a potential replacement for Summer Bloom, but it is less efficient—so while there is a deck to play, it won't have frequent turn-three wins. And as anyone who played Modern during Twin’s heyday knows, having access to a game-winning, turn four combo is extremely powerful. For Wizards' plan of using the Pro Tour to market the newest Magic set to work, cards from the set need to be played at the Pro Tour. However, I didn't get to the ending of the story. Pod didn't prey upon Twin either, so that's not it. Since there really isn't sealed product available to crack in hopes of opening a Tarmogoyf (yes, I understand you can buy Modern Masters 2015, but that isn't anywhere as accessible as a Standard legal set), their only option is to buy Tarmogoyf from a vendor. search. In 2016, a full year with Splinter Twin banned, seven decks once again held that same 5% or more of the top-8 meta. I know some of you are taking this the wrong way, but when it comes down to it, we want Wizards to make money. Wizards releases a new set called Battle for Zendikar. Our Secretversary Superdrop is available for preorder at secretlair.wizards.com, now through 9 a.m. PT December 14! Honestly, I didn’t see a Splinter Twin ban coming. Red combos are mana hungry. For the uninitiated, Splinter Twin is in reference to an infinite combo deck that originated in Standard all the way back in Rise of the Eldrazi/New Phyrexia. 6/15/2010. It strikes me as the sign of a bad format if, say, we need to ban Liliana of the Veil. Instead there is just one less Tarmogoyf in the wild and some more money in Channel Fireball's pocket. It burst onto the scene when Modern became a format the next year, and from then on it was the most polarizing deck in the game and considered the best deck in Modern by most players. Regular players (i.e. People want a ban because Inverter combo can't be stopped barring stack interaction or hand disruption. Here’s why. It wasn't that the percentage Twin occupied in the meta suddenly jumped, or that it won a string of events, or that it got a new powerful card. Even stranger is the fact that Twin has been more dominant at various points in the past. By Paulo Vitor Damo da Rosa / January 22, 2016 October 10, 2019. They have to keep hosting a Modern Pro Tour ever year because we backed them into a corner. Now, before we get into it, I want to make it clear: I don't think Wizards' justification is untrue. What better way of advertising than having "Magic pros," well-known, trusted figures in the community with huge followings get together for a huge tournament with prizes? In other cases, there is Kiki-Jiki as a replacement. They try to take make the best of a bad situation. January 18th, Banned and Restricted Announcement. Weekly drafts featuring a variety of formats new and old. It is, however, in keeping with previous bannings like Birthing Pod . Even two years later you see this with the recent GP at Hartford and the SCG in Australia. Now before I go further, I need to make something very clear. Wizards is about making money, which is normally congruent with the player's goal of getting cool new cards to play with. Wizards is happy, the players are happy, vendors are happy, and the Pro Tour is a success. It isn't going to grow the brand. If it's reducing the diversity of the format now, it surely was in the past. Let's look at two scenarios. Of the ten most played nonland cards, nine are blue; the tenth is Lightning Bolt. Spell Snare, Remand, and Izzet Charm can protect the combo, but are typically more useful as early interaction in a normal fair game of magic. So we focused on the cards that lead to that explosive mana, and that led us to choose between Summer Bloom and Amulet of Vigor. Wizards has never made a Modern update or announcement that has forced a “Well then, I really think I’m going to … The deck is super easy to hate out. the audience) see their favorite pro player playing a cool new deck with cool new cards, and they buy the product so they can play the deck at the next Friday Night Magic or SCG Open. They have to be sure that whatever they ban (or unban) is impactful. Some percentage of these people decide they just have to have a Jund deck for themselves. Unbans. Some percentage of these 40,000 people are going to go and buy copies of Gideon, Ally of Zendikar, either by purchasing sealed product in hopes of opening a copy, benefiting Wizards greatly, or buying copies from vendors like StarCityGames or Channel Fireball, which still benefits Wizards. And some say it had too high a win-rate, while others say it had a perfectly normal win-rate. Twin is Twin is Twin — the same as it has been for the past 5 years. It was reducing diversity of the format. I don’t think it’s wise to keep banning completely fair cards. Splinter Twin + Combat Celebrant or Zealous Conscripts does the same thing as Kiki-Jiki . Splinter Twin was much more of a surprise. Ban Agent of Treachery. The token is exiled at the beginning of the next end step regardless of who controls it at that time, or whether Splinter Twin or the enchanted creature is still on the battlefield at that time. Although Splinter Twin has been banned for the sake of competitive diversity, its sister combo lives on, and though it doesn’t make as many waves in Modern as it … The Esper Familiars deck uses Sunscape Familiar and Nightscape Familiar to reduce the cost of blue spells, which include "free spells" such as Cloud of Faeries and Snap. Let's rehash. Antonio Del Moral León won Pro Tour Fate Reforged playing Splinter Twin, and Jelger Wiegersma finished third; Splinter Twin has won two of the four Modern Pro Tours. They fly pros and hall of famers to the event, hand out prizes, pay broadcasters, create cool graphics, rent an event center, but they make it back through product sales. A year and a half ago, Wizards announced that all Pro Tours would be the Standard format. While this transaction benefits the vendors, it really doesn't pay Wizards. Splinter Twin was an extremely powerful and quick combo in combination with Deceiver Exarch, Pestermite and various other lesser played options. I think a lot of players, myself included, fall into the trap of thinking Wizards is Santa's Factory for Magic cards, where jolly ol' Maro and his elves make cards to bring joy to all the boys and girls in the world. If Splinter Twin wasn't banned three months or three years ago, it isn't bannable now, at least for the reasons Wizards stated. Highlighting the Pauper format where only Commons are allowed. Primeval Titan, or Hive Mind with a Summoner's Pact, can end the game very quickly. "We also look for decks that hold a large enough percentage of the competitive field to reduce the diversity of the format. Forty-thousand people tune in to watch their favorite pros play with a very cool (but not new) card called Tarmogoyf. It lets them keep making Magic cards, which makes us happy. In the interest of competitive diversity, Splinter Twin is banned from Modern." Wizards prints cool cards, we buy cool cards, everything in the multiverse is right. These people see their favorite pros playing with decks built around Gideon, Ally of Zendikar. The full list of cards banned in Pauper is here. Now remember when I mentioned Wizards tried to axe Modern Pro Tours and make them all Standard? We looked into the cause of this. We did this to ourselves, accidentally and ignorant of the consequences, but it was our pitchforks that got Splinter Twin banned. Suggestions For Less “Feel Bads” People like … It isn't like January 2016 Twin is significantly better or more played than September 2015 Twin or January 2014 Twin. We made Wizards host a Modern Pro Tour every year. Forty-thousand people tune in to watch the event. Let me repeat that. This pruning is the only way Wizards can salvage some equity from the Modern Pro Tour. Pod was a completely dominant and oppressive archetype that was very resilient to hate and had the numbers to prove that it was number one. Join Crim (TheAsianAvenger), Seth (SaffronOlive) and Richard (BlackTuna) as they discuss the weekly news and answer user submitted questions. Please take a moment to review them and accept to continue. I find most of the blue-based combo decks in Modern to be too inconsistent simply because all of the best cantrips are banned, which can make it hard to dig for both your combo pieces and interaction. It should be expected every year moving forward. on January 18, 2016. For instance, Shaun McLaren won Pro Tour Born of the Gods playing this Jeskai control deck. The Splinter Twin Ban in Modern was a Mistake, and Here’s Why I’d intended a week ago to write about the impact of both Oath of the Gatewatch and the Banned and Restricted List announcement on Modern. They do also miss the mark sometimes, though. While this view is understandable, considering Wizards goes out of its way to portray itself as Santra's Factory for Magic, it's also naive. Next year, assuming we still have a Modern Pro Tour, it will be something else. You can reach me on Twitter (or MTGO) @SaffronOlive. I Agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Instead, I think it has always been true. There is no need to ban Splinter Twin. So what Wizards does is turn some lemons into lemonade by making the Modern Pro Tour as profitable as possible. However, Wizards still needs to strive for their goal of making money. Commander Legends releases on November 20, 2020. We also look for decks that hold a large enough percentage of the competitive field to reduce the diversity of the format. Unban Felidar Guardian, ban Saheeli Rai. This standpoint, which Corbin Hosler articulated in his “Splinter Twin: The Ban, the Reaction, and the Fallout” article, holds that Modern follows an annual banning update cycle in January. I think a lot of players, myself included, fall into the trap of thinking Wizards is Santa's Factory for Magic cards, where jolly ol' Maro and his elves make cards to bring joy to all the boys and girls in the world. "Oops, I'm Playing My Jeskai Brawl Deck in Standard", The Fish Tank: Sweet and Spicy User Decks (November 21-27, 2020). Having a "irrational" banning every year is the unintended consequence of our decision. A man can’t even have a peaceful Friday night without the entire Magic world exploding due to easily the worst Modern-related announcement in the format’s history. This isn’t the article I thought I’d be writing. Releasing Worldgorger Dragon into Legacy doesn't exactly create the recipe for high intrigue. Decks that are this strong can hurt diversity by pushing the decks that it defeats out of competition. Posted in News From there, the flickering mills the opponent's deck. To recap, Wizards is stuck running a less profitable Modern Pro Tour once a year. The format was introduced as a non-sanctioned Magic Online format in May 19, 2011 and subsequently officially codified on August 12, 2011, when the format of Pro Tour Philadelphia was changed from Extendedto Modern. In fact, we were so vocal that Wizards backed down from their plan to get rid of the Modern Pro Tour. Modern. Use the options below to exercise this right, and please review our privacy policy for complete information on how your data is used and stored. Learn about the most powerful format that spans Magic's entire history. It's a marketing event designed to make Wizards money. A brief disclaimer is that I don’t particularly love Splinter Twin as a deck. A couple weeks later they hold a Pro Tour to market the set. Saturday Brief – Summer Bloom and Splinter Twin Banned. With an Amulet of Vigor, a Summer Bloom, a bounce land such as Simic Growth Chamber, and another land such as Gemstone Mine, the deck can generate seven mana for additional plays on turn two. The justification of the Twin ban simply doesn’t hold up and—more importantly—won’t do Modern any favors. Leave your thoughts, ideas, opinions, and suggestions in the comments. All rights reserved. These bans will continue to happen as long as we have a Modern Pro Tour. Let's start by using Pro Tour Battle for Zendikar and Gideon, Ally of Zendikar as an example. Faithless Looting was an issue for years and was only banned in 2019. Splinter Twin reached the Top 8 of the last six Modern Grand Prix. The good news is Wizards' goal of making money is often congruent with the Magic player's desire to have cool, fun, new Magic cards. While this view is understandable, considering Wizards goes out of its way to portray itself as Santra's Fac… EDH Recommendations and strategy content for Magic: the Gathering Commander Why didn't this banning happen months or even years ago if it was necessary for the health of the format? Is this a good thing, or a bad thing? Splinter Twin on Vendilion Clique is pretty weak because of the Legend rule. Banning Amulet of Vigor leaves a Summer Bloom ramp deck. If you are a resident of California, you have the right under the CCPA to opt out of the sale of personal information to third parties. Building FNM-worthy decks without breaking the bank. Splinter Twin is probably the deck I enjoy playing the most in Modern. But Wizards are experienced and they can be very right sometimes. The deck was kept in check during the entire PTQ season last summer (and arguably the existence of Modern.) I share my thoughts. Like any other company, Wizards has one goal: to make a profit for its shareholders. Once enough mana is produced, the Ghostly Flicker can target a Sea Gate Oracle instead of the Cloud of Faeries, repeatedly looking for Sage's Row Denizen. Splinter Twin Of the two bans I think the banning of Splinter Twin will have the biggest impact. But what if just Splinter Twin had remained in the format? In other cases, there is Kiki-Jiki as a replacement. Wizards is trying its best to make us happy by keeping the Modern Pro Tour, while still achieving its one and only goal of making a profit. The Pro Tour is a huge marketing event designed to sell Magic cards. They want compelling story lines, Luis Scott Vargas puns, epic top decks, and good entertainment. In 2015 — when Twin was arguably at its best — there were seven non-Splinter Twin decks still holding 5% or more of the top-8 meta for the year. The Card Image Gallery is updated every day with the latest card previews. Because of all the card-drawers here, it is difficult for non-blue decks to defeat this deck. What does Wizards do? If Pro Tour Fate Reforged was Standard, it's likely you'd still be able to play with Birthing Pod. Let the power of Kor Spiritdancer and new Kaladesh Remastered addition Sram, Senior Edificer do the hard work for you! People don't like it when large tournaments feel like a long series of matchup lotteries involving games where it feels like your decisions and skill at the game didn't really matter at all. Wizards of the Coast is proud to be raising funds for Extra Life, benefiting Seattle Children's Hospital—and you can help! It will be our pitchforks that get another card from a tier one deck banned next year and the year after that. In the interest of color diversity, Cloud of Faeries is banned from Pauper. Note that Izzet Charm can help dig for the combo or a particular answer in difficult positions. In the case of some Jeskai or Temur, there are very similar decks to build. In the interest of competitive diversity, Splinter Twin is banned from Modern. Sure, maybe the Modern Pro Tour isn't going to sell as many cards as a Standard Pro Tour, but if they can make it a compelling event, an event that can draw in a ton of viewers, they can grow the brand. 6/15/2010. Banning Summer Bloom allows Amulet of Vigor with tapped lands. It's not like there's sealed product out there for vendors to crack either. Why the Twin Ban Was a Mistake. Having every Modern Pro Tour be Twin vs. Pod isn't interesting. It's that time of year again! Posted in News One such instance is in regards to the Pro Tour. However, there are times when what the players want, and what Wizards wants are at odds. All original content on this page is © 2012-2020 MTGGoldfish, Inc. and may not be used or reproduced without consent. The Amulet Bloom deck has reached a performance level that is consistent with those criteria. The general builds of Valakut have changed very little over the past months so putting together a list for that isn’t as difficult as say engineering a post-ban [card]Splinter Twin[/card] or [card]Birthing Pod[/card] deck. After Twin was banned Modern was left with basically no policing presence. At MTGGoldfish, we value your privacy. Surprise Banning. January 16, 2016 – by Sheridan Lardner 194. Building janky brews based on your votes. In the case of some Jeskai or Temur, there are very similar decks to build. Wizards is simply trying to make lemons into lemonade. LONG LIVE Splinter Twin. Similarly, Temur Tempo used to see play at high-level events but has been supplanted by Temur Twin. Yay, Splinter Twin and Bloom are banned for vague, misleading reasons that Wizards danced around so they didn't make the decks' players' heads explode. It's basically a more resilient version of Splinter Twin, a combo that was banned years ago in a deeper card pool. As Gavin and Mike discussed tod... © 1993-2020 Wizards of the Coast LLC, a subsidiary of Hasbro, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Since either card would be sufficient, the issue turned to what possibilities remained after either card was banned. The last Modern Grand Prix in Pittsburgh had three Splinter Twin decks in the Top 8, including Alex Bianchi's winning deck. That begs the question, why now? Twin was, in my estimation, the best deck in the format and nixing it allows for innovation. Yes, according to the MTGGoldfish database, UR Twin is the single most played deck in Modern at 9.04% of the field, but there are six other decks making up at least 5% of the field. For those reasons, Summer Bloom is banned from Modern. Showcasing offbeat brews from around the internet. In the interest of competitive diversity, Splinter Twin is … It's just WotC electing to not give the people who have been moaning about the unban for these two cards for years any satisfaction. The one way Wizards can guarantee that a non-rotating format like Modern stays fresh and exciting is to ban (or unban) something. Splinter Twin does push other decks out of the format. That's right! A deck that can kill on turn 4 AND plays Cryptic Command? Yes, Wizards spends a lot of money on the Pro Tour. Splinter Twin Ask a roomful of people why Splinter Twin was banned and you’ll get a plethora of answers. It pushes the metagame to the imbalanced state where blue is heavily overplayed. Last year it was Birthing Pod; this year it is Splinter Twin. For these purposes, we are treating a turn-three Hive Mind with a Pact (which forces your opponent to pay 2GG next upkeep or lose the game) as a turn-three win. We considered what one would do with the cards from a Splinter Twin deck with Splinter Twin banned. Godo, Bandit Warlord + Helm of the Host infinite combat and tokens Combat Celebrant + Helm of the Host infinite combat and tokens. That is why. Let me repeat that. In the past year, Justin Cohen finished second at Pro Tour Fate Reforged and Benjamin Miller made the Top 8 at Grand Prix Oklahoma City. You can bet the Pro Tour is can't miss TV because everyone is going to want to see what a Twin-less Modern looks like. SPLINTER TWIN WILL FINALLY BE UNBANNED. But there's no argument as to why this ban happened. Splinter Twin on Spellskite can blank almost all opposing removal. Anyway, that's all for today. Let's say Wizards prints this really cool Magic set full of interesting new cards. Yet this entire time, a very functional replacement for Splinter Twin has been readily available. See our privacy policy. If you haven’t already heard that [card]Splinter Twin[/card] was banned from Modern play this weekend after being spoiled (yes, another inadvertent spoiler!) The players are happy, the vendors are happy, but Wizards is unhappy; they just spent a ton of money on marketing and saw very little return compared to a Standard Pro Tour. Cloud of Faeries is likely the most problematic card in the deck. We considered what one would do with the cards from a Splinter Twin deck with Splinter Twin banned. The format currently has poor color balance. Hello! When the deck generates seven mana on turn two, there are a lot of cards that could lead to a quick finish. Modern, but Boring New Bans. My personal information may be used for the purposes defined in the privacy policy. Can you believe it? The decision is a smart move considering the goal of a Pro Tour is to market and sell the newest Magic set. The full list of cards banned in Modern is here. — Jose Lopez (@Metallix87) February 13, 2020 The crew discusses new Secret Liar drops and the proliferation of Magic products in 2020 before answering #MTGFishmail. Wizards of the Coast examines tournament results from each competitive Constructed format. You may opt-out at any time. For Wizards, the Pro Tour is about selling cards. As such, we're letting you know that we've updated our Privacy Policy to reflect the new rule set forth by the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). New cards are exponentially more likely to show up in Standard than Modern. Published on Jan 23, 2016 Modern has been shaken to its very core by s surprise ban of everyone's favourite combo - Splinter Twin. Modern Pro Tours have just been added to that existing cycle to make it easier; as Hosler clarifies, “if your plan is … Anyway, here's why Splinter Twin was banned in Modern. Wizards' goal is to make money. Wizards' goal is to make money. Announcing Secret Lair's Secretversary Superdrop. If Pro Tour Oath of the Gatewatch was Standard, Splinter Twin would still be in the format. Here is a typical winning position: One casts Ghostly Flicker targeting Cloud of Faeries and a Mnemonic Wall, netting mana and getting back the Ghostly Flicker. A Pro Tour that is horrible at selling the new set because it is so rare that new cards break into Modern. So Wizards turns to the one way they can control the format: the Banned and Restricted List. Of course, not having a banned list also beefs up Twin combo by allowing access to actual Splinter Twin (still banned at the time of this writing), alongside Kiki-Jiki, Deceiver Exarch, and Pestermite. Build awesome Commander decks on a 20 tix budget. It was essentially a combo control deck that relied on flash creaturesShop Now, and though the primary goal was creating infinite creaturesShop Now to win on the spot, it often w… An Artificer's Paradise (Tolarian Academy) Mana is usually scarce at the start of a game but not if a … This means ... wait for it ... Wizards' goal is to make money. Twin and Mystic are paying for their past sins and are absolutely ridiculous on the ban list at this point. Combined with the bounce lands, this means the "free spells" effectively produce mana. I see youre running Caged Sun have you considered Gauntlet of Power as well? We look for competitively viable decks that frequently win before the fourth turn. Sign me up! Granted a Modern Pro Tour is going to happen, what Wizards cannot do is have it be boring. They can also reduce diversity by supplanting similar decks. Players see the Pro Tour as a time to see their favorite players playing cool new decks. When a format becomes imbalanced, or too many games are not interactive, we examine the cause. The whole idea that Twin is somehow taking up too much of Modern is strange. The fact that the deck has the ability to kill on turn 4 drastically changes the way your opponents play compared to playing against a traditional control deck. New Bans. Most Twin lists barely touch any Khans cards at all, so it's not like Twin has gained anything that pushes it over the top now. One of the more salient rebuttals to the Pro Tour and banning connection is about their scheduling. The 18th January 2016 Banned and Restricted Announcement made changes to Modern banlist adding two new cards to the banlist.. Arcum's Astrolabe: It makes for boring and repetitive gameplay. by an overzealous Magic Online playtester, then, my friend, you are just the player for which I am writing this article. We can fight and argue over whether banning Splinter Twin was the right choice. This means ... wait for it ... Wizards' goal is to make money.

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