POE DAMERON (Resistance Pilot) with Force Link The Last Jedi Toys R Us Poe's Boosted X-Wing Pack-In Figure Item No.: No. C1507 Manufacturer:Hasbro Number:n/a Includes:Helmet, blaster Action Feature:Force Link sounds Retail:$49.99 Availability:October 2017 Appearances:The Last Jedi
Bio: To give ace pilot Poe Dameron an edg in combat, Resistance engineers have fitted a boosted accelerator pod onto the tail of his T-70 X-Wing. This gives him the extra speed he needs to outrun and outmaneuver the First Order. (Taken from the packaging.)
Commentary: I'm getting a lot of mileage out of "Just different enough to make you mad." Poe Dameron returns (again) in his pilot outfit. This figure was sold at Toys R Us in 2017 as a pack-in for the "Boosted X-Wing" vehicle. The figure is the same tooling as the 2015 pack-in figure, with deco like the 2017 carded figure, and a unique sound chip with unique voice quotes. If you're a completist you probably have at least five Poes in pilot outfits, and they're all basically the same. Thanks, Hasbro.
The figure has five points of articulation with a stamped Force Link symbol on the foot - like the TIE Pilot, the figure tooling is the same. (Other figures got retooled legs, or are perhaps completely new tools based on the same digital sculpt seemingly created by/provided by Disney and Lucasfilm.) He has no problems standing or sitting, and the removable helmet is light on deco when compared to The Black Series counterparts.
This figure is so similar to the single-carded release that, while testing it for Force Link quotes, I didn't realize I grabbed the wrong figure and was surprised that one figure was making the sounds of two figures. Obviously, it wasn't - I just couldn't easily tell them apart. That's how essential the figure is. It's a fine pilot slug you cram in the vehicle and forget, but if you do the ship may knock the blaster out of the holster and you're in for a hassle getting the tiny thing out again. The overall product isn't great, and a figure with a better holster, or a ship with a better interior, could've done wonders. But that's not what this is.
The only real visual difference between this and the carded The Last Jedi Poe is the blaster - pack-in Poe has light grey, single Poe has black/dark grey. So you're looking at that, wrist joints, and a new sound chip. If you're a completist like me you're going to get them anyway, but prepare to be disappointed. A little scruff, a different helmet deco, literally anything that could make this figure distinctive would have been nice.
Force Link Notes: "You need a pilot." "Stay sharp." "Give it everything you got!" Also a smattering of blaster sounds.
CANTO BIGHT POLICE with Canto Bight Police Speeder The Last Jedi Class B Vehicle Assortment Item No.: Asst. C1248 No. C1250 Manufacturer:Hasbro Number:n/a Includes:Blaster pistol, vehicle, projectiles, figure Action Feature:Force Link sounds Retail:$29.99 Availability:September 2017 Appearances:The Last Jedi
Bio: Anyone attempting to escape the law on Cantonica had best move fast, as the police force of Canto Bight has at its disposal these swift, lightweight pursuit craft. (Taken from the figure's packaging.)
Commentary: It's kind of remarkable to see how many analogs to The Empire Strikes Back there were in The Last Jedi. The Canto Bight Police figure occupies a position not unlike the Twin Pod Cloud Car Pilot of old, with a vaguely similar appearance and a vehicle that inspires about as much actual love. Nostalgia can do wonders for a toy, but it took forever for collectors to warm up to the orange vehicle or its peculiarly pastel pilot. This new ship looks a lot like a jumbo version of Kenner's Security Scout Body Rig / Mini-Rig Vehicle, a hovering, standing room vehicle that doesn't really have an exciting form. The Canto Bight speeder is bigger, more colorful, and has firing rockets - but it's basically a big bare skeleton of a vehicle with a couple of pointy bits.
We saw a few cops walking around Canto Bight, including some with capes, some with gambling problems, but none that really made an impact. The pilot looks a lot like Bespin guard concept art, or like a cop out of an old movie in Monte Carlo. It does carry over some of that fancy Cloud City look, which feels like it came out of a sci-fi movie of old rather than the Lucas "used" Universe. This is a clean figure with a fancy white belt, a hip holster for his gun, and matching gloves. The hat has a band reading "CBPD" on it, and it's fairly well painted. There's a nice stripe on the shoulders, and it's sharp. It's just not true to the movie photos I'm examining.
The movie shots - and I'll need to see the movie with a pause button to compare - looks like the hands are white, but the wrist part is a dark blue. It looks like there could be more gear on the belts, and the jacket doesn't open up below the belt either. Admittedly I'm nitpicking - but as I assume this will be the only version we ever get of the costume in toy form, it's always a little disappointing. It's also disappointing a troop builder is packed with a vehicle, but as an unpopular vehicle it's not beyond question that you can get the whole vehicle for cheap soon and shuck the rest of it to a thrift store.
With the Force Link you get some great vehicle and blaster sounds, and some less great human clips. "Drop you weapons!" Eh. It's a good choice, but for Star Wars, it's all a little bland. The pistol fits nicely in his hand or holster, and the figure sits easily in the vehicle. It's functionally great, but this faceless figure is a bit forgettable. I'm sure Hasbro made it with the designs handed to them by Lucasfilm as perfectly as possible at the time, but I'm just kind of shrugging. With tons of aliens, droids, and funky troopers, a faceless human that's lawful neutral is a waste of a slot on a short-run toy line with figures that barely made it to the finish line. As I wrote this in advance I have no idea what - if anything - we saw for Solo last weekend, but I sincerely hope it's more fun than this figure and vehicle set.
KYLO REN Now with Cape and Scar The Force Awakens The Black Series 6-Inch Figure Item No.: Asst. B3834 No. C1773 Manufacturer:Hasbro Number:#45 Includes:Cape, Lightsaber, hilt Action Feature:n/a Retail:$19.99 Availability:September 2017 Appearances:The Last Jedi
Bio: Growing more powerful in dark side of the Force, Kylo Ren pursues his enemies with sinister determination. He will prove to Supreme Leader Snoke what he is truly capable of and will hunt down those who caused his defeat at Starkiller base. (Taken from the figure's packaging.)
Commentary: With The Last Jedi, Kylo Ren gets a new costume - this is interesting because The Force Awakens takes place a day before, and he goes from a robe and a hood and a helmet to a cape and no mask. We even see him with some sort of bandage on his face briefly, but so far that hasn't made the transition to toys. While a new mold, this Kylo Ren looked a lot like the unmasked one from 2016. This shows us that the character has a personal sense of style, but that unmasked figure was something already on markdown. This unmasked version has at least two flavors so far, and the price dropped quickly. This is a shame - I really like this figure!
He has a good Adam Driver portrait with a slightly healed scar. Seeing that only days pass between the fight with Rey and this look, he's doing pretty well. The horizontal bands on his arm remain, and his clothing is a lot shorter so it's less like a dress. You can see is boots, and the figure can make the most out of its 24 points of articulation. For better or worse, the figure as the same as many that have come before with great sculpting and good articulation. It's a wonderful format, but it doesn't get to break any new ground. Sure, the hilt can plug on to his belt, and yes you get a cape, but it's a lot like the existing figures. I love the range of motion given to the figure with the shorter coat, and I was able to get some pretty nifty poses out of the figure. I'd also like to see what could be done if Hasbro tried a new kind of articulation, just to keep it interesting.
There's not a lot of paint here, but what's here works well. Glossy black boots really shiny, and the face has clean hair and great eyes. The eyebrows are solid, and it's one of the better figure faces in the format. The only shortcoming is Adam Driver is, to say the least, a unique face. Converted to a plastic head, he loses some detail like his moles and a bit of his personality. That's no knock against Hasbro, that's just the reality of a $19.99 action figure. The SH Figuarts one is a bit fancier, and pictures of the actual man have little lines under the eyes that you can't do on a mass-produced head that's the size of a grape. Hasbro did paint the lips, and they did a great job here too.
I like what Hasbro did here and I'm really curious to see if they'll up the game for the next one. If you compare this figure to the unmasked figure from 2016, this one is amazing. The 2016 one is good, but the kind of plastic used here is so much better, and so is the paint. This figure got down to a couple of bucks on an online toy seller over the holidays, and he's a necessity in a new movie's toy line. The market seemed to have a mixed reaction to it, but as The Black Series goes I really dig it. If we can see a more plussed-up and more detailed portrait later I'd be eager to check it out. If you're happy with the Kylo Ren figures you have, you may not need this one too. But you might want to go ahead and get it, particularly if it's in a set or is available on the cheap.
FIRST ORDER TIE FIGHTER PILOT With Force Link The Last Jedi Vehicle Pack-In Walmart Exclusive Item No.: No. C3224 Manufacturer:Hasbro Number:n/a Includes:Blaster, helmet, TIE Fighter Action Feature:n/a Retail:$39.96 Availability:October 2017 Appearances:The Last Jedi
Bio: The elite of the First Order Starfighter Pilots have access t specialized craft, such as this two-seater TIE craft outfitted with enhanced weapons and sensor systems. (Taken from the figure's packaging.)
Commentary: Sometimes I see an exclusive vehicle and I get excited. New Jedi Starfighters gave us new colors, new X-Wings often had new squad marks or exclusive pilot figures. The Empire's standby craft often got into the area of just different enough to make you mad, and the First Order TIE Fighter Pilot comes with a ship that certainly meets that standard. Like the 2015 pilots, this one has a removable helmet. The figure has 5 joints and no visible sculpted copyright markings. Unlike the other Force Link figures, this one has no sign of sculpting changes to the foot for the Force Link symbol - they just painted it on there.
The main reason to buy this is the sound effects - because that's what's new here. The figure makes a few quotes that don't seem to be from the movie or a Lucasfilm resource, most likely the result of Hasbro employees improvising. The vehicle has some really awesome TIE Fighter noises, and unless I'm mistaken is Hasbro's first electronic TIE vehicle to have the iconic engine roar. It features the same functions as the original ship otherwise, for good and for ill. I still love the canopy lid's gun storage. The firing rockets are superb. And the wings are still awful. I opened this and left it alone for a few months, and the wings just warp and bend when left alone on a shelf. This is the exact opposite of what we should be seeing now, as Hasbro had the same problems with the newer, bigger X-Wing mold used from 1998-2012. Kenner had the TIE Fighter wings right for nearly 38 years, so the problem starting now is a little baffling. The wings pop off when you push the buttons - now under the pylons, the opposite of what we've been trained with since 1978.
The figure itself is nothing new - were it not for the sounds or the change on the foot, you could skip it. For the added benefit of the sounds, I would say this is the better TIE to get. He has First Order symbols on his shoulders, and the buttons on the computers are basically unchanged. I was hoping the color of one of them might be a tiny bit different, but it was not meant to be. I admire Hasbro's clever way to fit a new functionality in a vehicle with no added costs, but would it have killed them to give the figure or vehicle some notable change? Battle damage! Meteor impacts? Different colored lights? The era of buying two of everything has long passed. One of everything is even a stretch for fans who splintered off from the prequels, or TV shows, or the Disney era. The number of unsold TIEs around after Christmas said that there wasn't much demand in general, and I don't know that a lot of collectors bought this just yet. If you're waiting for clearance, I don't blame you. It's a lower-end-of-decent piece and if I never bought it, I'd not miss it.
FIRST ORDER STORMTROOPER EXECUTIONER With Articulation The Force Awakens The Black Series 3 3/4-Inch Figure Walmart Exclusive Item No.: Asst. B4054 No. C3783 Manufacturer:Hasbro Number:n/a Includes:Laser Axe Action Feature:n/a Retail:$11.92 Availability:September 2017 Appearances:The Last Jedi
Bio: The First Order can only operate efficiently with the absolute loyalty of its followers. Should any soldier be found guilty of treason, it is up to this special branch of stormtroopers to dispense final justice. (Taken from the figure's packaging.)
Commentary: I have to say that the First Order Stormtrooper Executioner is a nifty example of why good packaging copy can stir the imagination or result in disappointment. The brief bio almost makes it sound like these guys were the First Order's own Bounty Hunter squad. The reality was more of a cameo - a couple of this trooper showed up to not really do much other than menace our heroes for a moment. The figures were on a lot of signs and were sold as multiple exclusive action figures, some of which were a little too widely available for the needs or demands of the market.
The core figure is very similar to The Force Awakens Stormtrooper, which had the holster slot on the thigh for a blaster that wasn't included. The figure has no problems holding the nifty Laser Axe, which we really didn't see do any damage on-screen. Maybe we'll see it again next time. Deco is similar to the basic Stormtrooper, including the slightly sloppy application around the mouth. New black stripes on teh helmet and shoulders really bring out some personality, but other than that there's not too much new here A little black detail around the ankle, a First Order symbol on the shoulders, and a general specialized feel make this a nifty figure, if not thoroughly essential.
If you're a one-of-everything completist, a second Executioner may be in your collection from Toys R Us' Force Link starter pack - which also includes a unique Praetorian Guard. I much prefer this one, and I rarely see it in my toy travels. These super-articulated figures come and go quickly, showing just how popular the format is despite limited distribution and wonky packaging. If Hasbro makes a good figure with 26 points of articulation, fans will show up and will buy them in droves. Hopefully more are in the hopper for future distribution as demand is far from satisfied.
REY (Island Journey) with Force Link The Last Jedi Basic Figure Orange Assortment Item No.: Asst. C1503 No. C3528 Manufacturer:Hasbro Number:n/a Includes:Cloak, lightsaber, blaster Action Feature:Force Link sounds Retail:$8.99 Availability:November 2017 Appearances:The Last Jedi
Bio: Rey was a human female Jedi and scavenger who discovered her latent Force-sensitivity while on a journey to find the legendary Jedi Master Luke Skywalker and bring a new hope to a galaxy on the brink of war. (Stolen from Wookieepedia. Packaging has no bio.)
Commentary: If you got the end-of-movie Rey figure from 2016, this is a lot like that. The sculpt seems to be very similar (but different) from Rey (Resistance Outfit) [FOTD #2,267], most notably the folds in the bottom of her shirt. The wrinkles in the knees look almost identical, as is the pose, the holster, and the overall functionality. This one is a lot like the new movie's Poe - she has swivel forearms now, and adds a new cloak. She loses the bonus gun and her staff. The head sculpt is a little sharper, but the figure itself is basically the same thing as last time - the poncho being the saving grace for making her at least seem like a new figure.
Had Hasbro made her a "Vintage" or "Black Series" figure, this could be pretty exciting - as it is, it's a slightly improved rerun with a new sound chip. She has 7 points of articulation and has no real problem standing or even sitting, but the legs can't swing forward at a perfect right angle. It's close, though. She has no problems holding her lightsaber or blaster, and the blaster fits in the rubbery holster without a fight. The facial detail is good, the paint is mostly crisp, and she's a little pale - but it's a good figure and consistent with what Hasbro has tried to do in this range. It's not bad. It's not what you necessarily want, unless you missed that last figure, in which case this is the better version. It's just not a lot better.
Her lightsaber has a loop at the end, and it looks amazing. I see really small detail here that I didn't even realize could be on something of this size - the sculpting is really dynamite and certainly qualifies as praiseworthy.
Force Link Notes: "I'm Rey." "Help me with this! Quick!" "The Resistance sent me." "You're a monster!" And the usual combat effects.
ELITE PRAETORIAN GUARD 1 of 3 The Force Awakens The Black Series 6-Inch Figure Item No.: Asst. B3834 No. C3290 Manufacturer:Hasbro Number:#38 Includes:Blade Pike Action Feature:n/a Retail:$19.99 Availability:September 2017 Appearances:The Last Jedi
Bio: As the Supreme Leader of the First Order, Snoke was flanked by crimson-clad guardians, loyal protectors encased in ornate armor ready to defend the Supreme Leader from any threat. (Taken from the figure's packaging.)
Commentary: I was surprised to see three flavors of Elite Praetorian Guard figures, all of which appeared in the movie and had more action than the Emperor's Royal Guard from four movies over 33 years. Hasbro has already delivered many flavors of guard in multiple scales, and this may be the most disappointing. The sculpting is perfect, and the articulation is clever - just not very good.
The figure has hidden articulation at the elbows, and this is something I admire Hasbro for trying. The 3 3/4-inch regular figures have no elbows, and the Black Series Walmart exclusive has a standard elbow. The 6-inch one crams in a couple of joints, but the range of motion is not really great. You can't really bend the elbows all that much, but they have a little give - the result is a figure that looks good, but has a limited range of movement. The plastic robes also limit movement to some degree, but there are enough openings that you can have the legs peer through for action poses. What's more, the shoulder armor pads are also jointed with a little bit of movement - you can even pop them out if you like.
The sculpting is good, with a bit of texture on the lower robes and a shiny, glossy plastic armor up top. The ridges on the helmets are clean, and a figure with this level of detail seems improbable in bygone eras. You can see little tiny lines in some spots, but the arms and chest are mostly smooth and flat surfaces. The lack of face is a little unsettling, but it's true to the film. While I personally don't see the design as striking, I can't deny that Hasbro did the best that they could with bend-and-swivel wrists and rocker ankles. You can get both hands on the blade, sort of, but it lacks much motion.
Given the characters seemed to not have a lot to do rather than puff themselves up and then die, I don't know if we'll see them in future movies. These might be the only figures Hasbro bothers to do, and other than fixing the elbows I can't picture them being much more interesting. This particular helmet is one of three in the line, with the other two at Amazon and GameStop as exclusives.
FIRST ORDER OFFICER with Admiral Ackbar The Black Series 6-Inch Toys R Us Exclusive Item No.: No. C3225 Manufacturer:Hasbro Number:n/a Includes:Blaster, second figure, second blaster Action Feature:n/a Retail:$39.99 Availability:November 2017 Appearances:The Last Jedi
Bio: The officers of the First Order military forces show unwavering allegiance to Supreme Leader Snoke, leading his massive armies and fleet in relentless drive to dominate the galaxy. (Taken from the figure's packaging.)
Commentary: Based on the deco of the First Order Officer uniform, this could be the officer Finn clobbered to steal his outfit. "DILLON" is the name written on the band of both figures, so seeing as the figures also apparently share engineering it's safe to assume this is the guy Finn beats up. It works for me. His hat is removable, the blaster fits in the holster, and he has just over 25 points of articulation. It's good. Since I have no idea who it is, I can only assume it's good.
The nameless fellow is sculpted with a hairless head, painted with a spray-on fade. The hat fits snuggly over the head, with decently painted lips, eyes, and eyebrows. It's difficult to say if it's good or not, because he's really nobody - this is just the figure you had to buy to get Admiral Ackbar. If you're army building or doing dioramas - which I assume at this point is an audience of 3 dudes and Hasbro for their convention displays - this is a fantastically useful figure or great fodder for customs. By virtue of giving the First Order some decent, distinctive villains it seems we're going to have fewer needs for a bad guy buck to modify for other figures. It's a smart use of a figure that already exists, sharing parts with Finn, and it's nice to have more bad guys to fill out a shelf. Having said that, I don't blame Hasbro for bundling a non-name character with someone fans want.
The sculpting is perfectly nice, a decent recreation of the movie uniform with a clean, undamaged look. His glossy boots look great, the holster is useful, and the removable hat adds some personality and potential customization to the figure. I like how it stands, it poses well, and it has great interaction with his well-painted blaster accessory. But it's not exciting, it's not a named character - it's a great figure that you probably don't need for your collection. Get it if you're getting Admiral Ackbar, or if you appreciate a good generic trooper figure.
Collector's Notes: I got mine from Toys R Us. This set sat around.
BB-8 with Rose (First Order Disguise) and BB-9E The Last Jedi Deluxe Action Figure 2-Packs Item No.: Asst. C1242 No. C3530 Manufacturer:Hasbro Number:n/a Includes:3-piece rifle, blaster, 2 extra figures Action Feature:Force Link sounds Retail:$14.99 Availability:November 2017 Appearances:The Last Jedi
Bio: BB-8, sometimes spelled Beebee-Ate, was a BB-series astromech droid who operated approximately thirty years after the Battle of Endor. It had a dome head, similar to that of R2 series astromech droids, with the bulk of its body made up of a ball on which the droid's head rolled. (Stolen from Wookieepedia. Packaging has no bio.)
Commentary: Hasbro's treatment of BB-8 is kind of odd - they basically make the figure hard to get. To date the figure only appears with vehicles or in multi-packs, making it difficult to get one for Hasbro for less than $15. (Disney sold a carded one for $13 at its theme parks.) I could go on about the increasingly strange decisions in Hasbro's current lines, but that's not why we're here - let's instead look at a decent figure in a good set.
This take on the droid is weird. Like many figures in this line, it's derived from the same sculpt as The Force Awakens, but it's a different figure. The details are different, it's hollow, and it's much glossier. The figure lacks some of the dirt from the last version, and has a few more details. An added silver ring was painted around a blue sensor, his antenna have more sculpted details, and his paint job seems cleaner and more precise. From a decent distance, it's Hasbro's best version yet. It has to compete with the Disney version, which may be more to your liking due to its size and different details.
Functionally, it's a mixed bag. The figure has the same flat base as last time, but the factory forgot to make the figure more weighted - so it falls over easily. A little extra junk in the trunk keeps the droid from falling over, as a flat base can only do so much to help. It's a perfectly nice BB-8, but Hasbro can do better. If you already have a BB-8 figure, this should be considered an optional purchase unless you want BB-9E and First Order Rose.
I would be very curious to see how Hasbro would plus up a BB-8 on a single card - a droid buddy? More gear? Porgs? A super-deluxe version of the robot would be wonderful, and hopefully we'll see one in 2019.
ADMIRAL ACKBAR with First Order Officer The Black Series 6-Inch Toys R Us Exclusive Item No.: No. C3225 Manufacturer:Hasbro Number:n/a Includes:Blaster, second figure, second blaster Action Feature:n/a Retail:$39.99 Availability:November 2017 Appearances:The Last Jedi
Bio: Ackbar became a Grand Admiral in the New Republic, winning many victories, including the pivotal Battle of Jakku. He retired to Mon Cala, but was coaxed back into service with the Resistance by Leia Organa. (Taken from the figure's packaging.)
Commentary: The new movie was full of surprises, including a bevy of costume changes when none were necessary. Admiral Ackbar was in a vest with a light short-sleeved shirt last time, and now he's in this one-color tunic. The designs are different - meaning he apparently has a few uniforms... or the Resistance issued new ones in the day or two between his appearances. His The Force Awakens figure was made as a 3 3/4-inch figure, and the 6-inch figure is his only The Last Jedi uniform toy. Hasbro (and other licenses) have been pretty bad about picking any one line as a "definitive" collector line, which has made it hard to get really excited about any toy format in the current generation. Some things exist as a big figure, or only as a small. Or a LEGO man. Or a Pop! bobble head. The 3 3/4-inch line was generally close to the Format of Record - most (but not all) figures would be made in that scale eventually. It appears Lucasfilm, Hasbro, or Disney is no longer interested in telegraphing any one format as the go-to for the collector who wants everybody as part of their collection.
Having said that, it's a good figure. Why we got him and his generic companion as an exclusive and not as main-line figures is a bit of a head-scratcher, particularly since the bulk of other exclusives are redeco figures with new accessories or plussed-up via soft goods. Considering that fancy Rey is $35, it's almost unbelievable that you can get not one but two new-to-this-format characters for $40. Admiral Ackbar has a more or less typical Rebel blaster, complete with silver accents. He has no holster, and I don't recall him using it in the movie.
The costume itself is more interesting than its cinematic counterpart. On screen, it's pretty flat and smooth. The toy has a lot of wrinkles, hints of a belly, and numerous folds giving it a little more dimension. It's lacking in dynamic color, but that's true of the entire Resistance's wardrobe. It either feels like leftover pilot garb from the original trilogy or nondescript earthtones. The 1983 costume was odd and striking - this looks like something I could've bought at Eddie Bauer in the late 1990s. Of course, the actual execution is superb. Hasbro knocked the design out of the park, there's just not much to play with here.
Articulation is good, and so are the fishy bits. Articulated elbows, bend-and-swivel wrists, and everything you might expect from the very best of this line are present. His opening mouth is really cool, the eyes are big and expressive, and the skin is covered in subtle shading. The wrinkles and fishy bits are superbly sculpted, complete with painted elements that give hints of his lobster origins. Little spines and spikes bring a lot of life to this classic creature, and the sculpting and decoration on his dome were really well-done. While it would be difficult to capture all of the detail and retain this price, Hasbro did a great job of bringing home the important elements. This is easily one of the best 6-inch scale action figures, and to see it sit on shelves given that it's a decent item at a fair price is a little heartbreaking - especially since we just sat through Ackbar's last adventure. (original voice actor Erik Bauersfeld passed in 2016, and the character was just blown out in space.) I'll miss him, but I'd also like to say that I really hope Hasbro considers producing a Return of the Jedi version of the character since they showed us just what an awesome job they can do.
Collector's Notes: I got mine from Toys R Us.
Day 2,447: January 17, 2018
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