AWTG’s Blockchain explainer – Non-fungible tokens (NFT).
We’re starting our journey into the awesome world of Blockchain Gaming! Introducing the Non-fungible token (NFT). NFTs are one of the most exciting parts of the blockchain game ecosystem. Now we can go on and explain this all in highly technical terms. Using examples like lending a dollar to a friend and them deciding to pay it back with a bracelet. And how this works in a Fungible state but we want to make it more friendly for you.
Imagine you had an awesome rune in Along with the Gods, or a badass leveled character with equipped runes. Now, normally the best you could do with such a thing is to use it in-game and then when you find a better one, move on. We say this is unfair. You invested the time to level up and play, so why should all that go to waste?
Well with the power of NFTs that won’t be the case, imagine that character is now useable in a different way in a new game, giving you some serious power-up. Or totally sellable to another player, with zero risks in the trade. Or if you’re not interested in either you can flaunt it for all the world to see, showing off that sweet item.
Pretty cool for one game right? Well, PlayDapp isn’t doing this for just one game, we’re applying this to an ecosystem. Meaning, any item you get in any game will unlock some awesome things in any game.
🔥NFT for the gamer!🔥
When it comes to NFTs for gamers there are some core things to remember, and these are where the awesome power comes from!
Unique – Each and every NFT is Unique, once created no other NFT will be the same. You may be able to make them look the same but each one is technically unique. This means that if you start trading them, you’ll always be able to trace the exact game item.
Limited Ownership – Each NFT is owned, it can’t be split or shared. This ownership is also independently recorded on the blockchain. This record is also 100% independently visible, and tamper-resistant.
This all guarantees that the NFT is verifiably yours, form uniqueness, history of ownership and trade, and to any enhancements and changes.
NFTs represent some powerful changes in the way that games are played. As well as how rewarding they will be. With our vision of NFTs and gaming, we believe that you’ll be able to play any game in the PlayDapp ecosystem and get the great gameplay you expect but in-game items will also be transferable between players and between games.
Moving a game item (NFT) across games will be incredibly easy as rather than living exclusively in the game any NFT game item lives in blockchain wallet. – We’ll be covering this in another post, but for now, just think of it literally as a wallet that holds your valuable game items.
Not only that but, when trading items between players you’ll be able to use the PlayDapp NFT marketPLAce, which is a trustless and risk-free environment. On top of this, any NFT game item you sell will give you ETH, a cryptocurrency.
So, the key things to take away are, NFTs represent a brand-new way to own gaming items and, if you're inclined, make money by trading. NFT-ization of game items gives you control over your items. Letting you show them off, keep track of them, and store them securely forever via the blockchain.
We can't wait to start applying NFT and Blockchain technology to more games and we are sure that you'll find some awesome value in the future direction of Along with the Gods: Knights of the dawn!
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Hero Spotlight: Zemer
Meet this fearsome Water Tank!
“I’ll be the protection of light”
We’re back with another Along with the Gods Hero Spotlight, featuring Zemer!
If you missed our previous edition on Floria you can read it here: https://moot.us/lounges/345/boards/1686/posts/4148111/hero-spotlight-floria
Zemer is a default 5-star Water Tank hero, and is right up there as one of the best Tanks in the game! What’s more, any player can obtain him for free through Hero Combination in the Temple of Heroes. Everyone should make it a priority to be able to fuse him if they haven’t already. He’s well worth the effort!
You’ll need Jenia, Evan, Misty and Rex as combination materials. Jenia and Evan can be attained through combination themselves while Misty can be obtained by purchasing her Light Shards from the Arena Shop with Team Arena medals. Rex will be the trickiest hero to obtain as you need to randomly summon him through scrolls or synthesis.
So, what makes Zemer so great?
Zemer is an all-rounder who can be used to great effect in both PvE and PvP. He’s a beast in the Arena and also does well in the various PvE modes such as Infinite Tower and Story. He’s also an effective hero to use in the Nhumer and Havoc Raids.
With great stats and an immense HP pool, Zemer is incredibly useful as a tank. He also has sky-high Physical Defence and his Skills augment this further. Opponents will have a hard time bringing Zemer down through physical attacks.
His skills are top-notch, providing an unbelievable amount of buffs and support to himself and the rest of his team. Zemer’s active skill deals 300% physical damage along with 10% of his Max HP as bonus damage, which ties in well with his overall tank build. His active also makes him completely invincible for 5 seconds. Powerful stuff.
His auto skill protects all allies with the dragon’s armor to increase the Physical Defense for 10 seconds and grant immunity against inability effects for 5 seconds, the former is a nice buff but the latter is a game-changer and a huge part of Zemer’s overall appeal. His passives provide a 15% chance of cleansing his allies whenever he takes a hit as well as a 20% boost to his own defenses. His overall kit is perfectly engineered to augment himself while also strengthening the rest of your team.
Zemer also has the option to boost his Inability Effect Resistance even further through Awakening, making him almost impervious to Inability Effects. He can further boost his HP with his Awakening I skill, and his Awakening IV skill can further boost his HP too. With fully leveled Awakenings he can receive up to an additional 40% to his HP. Other Awakening upgrades allow you to increase other important stats such as Attack Speed.
Zemer is a super flexible character when it comes to rune set-up. The standard PvP focused set-up of Philosopher and Warrior Runes works as well as ever, providing Zemer with a 50% boost to his Inability Effect Resistance as well as 10% more energy at the start of a battle. However, due to Zemer’s overall versatility, he can equip other types of runes effectively as well.
Some top players have been seen equipping him with Torrent runes and/or Recovery runes, letting him provide even more utility to the rest of the team by providing extra acquired energy or received recovery. Patience runes are also an option to beef up his lower Magic Defence stat. Some players even like to simplify things completely by equipping Life runes on him to boost his HP as much as possible.
Another more exotic variation consists of combining Vampire runes with Evasion runes. This turns Zemer into an incredibly frustrating problem for your opponent. Alongside his natural bulk, his heightened evasion and HP recovery from attacks make him doubly hard to kill.
In general, you should keep Attack Speed and HP in mind as important rune sub-stats for Zemer when you build him. Zemer should be built to survive as long as possible in battle and sponge damage in the frontline while getting off as many skills as he can to help his team. Beyond that, Zemer can largely be molded to the needs of your team so feel free to customize him as you see fit.
Zemer is one of the game’s best Tanks and every player should make him part of their roster. Individually, he’s an incredibly durable hero, but he also provides an amazing array of benefits to your team as a whole with his buffs and shields. There are few better at leading your frontline.
Let us know your thoughts on Zemer and how you use him!
How to Become an Arena Mode God!
Featuring Tips from the #1 ranked World Team Arena player — Jimmy13
The Arena mode is Along with the Gods’ crown jewel, and many players dream of climbing the ladder and ascending into the Hall of Fame.
In this article, we’re going to take a comprehensive look at all the variations of Arena mode and then get one of the top players in the world to share their secrets and advice with you! A massive thank you to Jimmy13 for sharing his time and knowledge with us.
You’ll go from a wimp to a winner in no time after reading this.
First off, let’s discuss the four types of Arena battles you can enter. Major Arena sees you take a team of 5 heroes without any restrictions into battle. Minor Arena restricts you to using only heroes of a default 4-star grade or lower. In Team Arena you select 15 heroes who fight in three teams of 5 in a best-of-three format, and World Team Arena where only the top players are permitted to enter and the competition is fiercer. We’ll talk more about the specific strategies required for each a bit later.
The key principles to remember in Arena are to hit hard and hit first. One overriding tip that applies to all Arena modes is to avoid CC (Crowd Control) and Inability Effects at all costs. Getting stunned, silenced or frozen will put you at a huge, often fatal, disadvantage as your opponent will most likely launch their attacks before you and you’ll be completely helpless to defend yourself.
To this end, Warrior, Philosopher and Evasion Runes will be your best bet if you’re trying to dominate in Arena mode. Warrior Runes provide a 50% boost to your inability effect resistance. Evasion will make your opponents’ attacks miss and prevent them from damaging you. Philosopher Runes allow you to start the battle with more energy meaning you get to unleash your active skills sooner. Accessories and Awakening buffs that further boost these stats are also going to be critical components of your builds.
Any hero who can provide CC in their skillset, especially their active skill as they ignore evasion, is incredibly valuable. Consequently, heroes who can prevent CC are also incredibly valuable. Some examples of great CC manipulating heroes include Zemer and Oliver. Zemer can grant himself and his entire team complete immunity to inability effects for 5 seconds. Oliver’s skills turn her victims into squirrels and freezes them, rendering them incapable of action. Look for heroes with similar effects and abilities.
You’ll want a team that can avoid damage, avoid taking CC effects while being able to dish out damage and enact CC effects on your opponents. Keep this in mind when you’re building your team by selecting your heroes and their runes. As it stands right now, mages are the dominant damage dealing class in Arena however there are plenty of melee characters such as Zemer, Ereth and Glen and Rangers such as Prospera and Akurel who are key heroes in Arena.
Setting your skill order is another important aspect of success in Arena mode, you’ll need to set up the right order if you want to win. There’s no point saving your best damage output for last when by that time your entire team has probably already been wiped out. Your team’s skills should flow in a logical manner and in accordance with the principles outlined earlier.
However, there is still room to maneuver and tinker as alternative playstyles can be successful, if you have the creativity, knowledge and resources. Some players will disregard the rapid burst style of game-play and opt for more defensively sound teams that can slug it out if they happen to have the right heroes and resources.
If you’re struggling with how to build a hero, or have no idea where exactly to start, a handy tip is to look at the leaderboards or Hall of Fame and take a look at the top ranked players for some “inspiration”. Good artists copy, great artists steal, as they say. You can visit their profile and see their heroes and how they have them set up.
You can also visit our Tips and Guides board right here in our Moot community to ask for advice and someone from the community can help you out: https://moot.us/lounges/345/?flair=1686
Each type of Arena battle requires different strategies to fit their unique characteristics.
Major Arena is the most straightforward of the Arena mode types. But that doesn’t mean you should just throw 5 heroes together. Think about your team synergy and how your team functions as a unit. Do you have a way to prevent Inability Effects? Will your DPS mage have the support to be able to get their active off before the opponent can take them out? Can you deal with Water tanks such as Atmos and Zemer?
In the Minor Arena some heroes’ viability increases drastically as they don’t have to compete with default 5-star heroes. You’ll need to reevaluate which heroes you rely on, no more relying on obvious powerhouses such as Atmos and Patricia here. Rene, Floria, Ereth, Blith, Akurel and Vern are commonly regarded as some of the best heroes in Minor Arena.
In Team Arena you’ll need more than 5 heroes to put out on the battlefield, you’ll need 15! You’ll need to think about how to distribute your heroes to give yourself the best chance of winning the best-of-three format, especially if you have heroes of differing strength levels.
There’s also an added layer of strategy here due to the best-of-three format and the fact that you can change around the order in which they’ll face the opposing team. Do you load up your best heroes in one team or balance out the power? Do you send your weakest team out against their stronger first team so your first team can get the win against an ostensibly weaker second team?
A lot of players will set their best team as their first team in defence, their second strongest next and their weakest as their last. This might be a psychological thing but it is something to take note of. Maybe it’s something you’re guilty of doing in setting your defense team as well.
If you feel like your strongest team can’t beat their first defense team you can sacrifice your weakest team to them and preserve your stronger team to give yourself a better chance of winning the next two battles.
Judging this is a skill you’ll need to learn as you play and knowing the likely outcome of a battle beforehand is going to help you make the right decisions.
There are also some little tricks you can apply in the 5 hero Arena modes. Maintaining a winning streak in Arena will enable you to climb higher and faster and also gain more Coins for the Arena Shop. You should take a look at each listed opponent and take them on in an appropriate order. Try and keep a number of the easiest, or at least winnable, opponents for last so you can potentially build a bigger streak as the list refreshes.
Looking at the opponents’ teams before battle can also help you make decisions based on strengths and weaknesses. Helping you to decide things such as elemental match-up adjustments, or subbing in a Physical Defence buffer if you notice their team is focused on strong physical attackers. You should also make sure to test and observe your teams in action to get a clear picture of what is and isn’t working for your team.
That’s our Tips and Tricks, but what about a real player, how do they put it into action?
If you’ve ever taken a look at the Arena leaderboards or Hall of Fame you’ll be familiar with the name ‘Jimmy13’. He was kind enough to agree to an interview and share his knowledge with us:
PlayDapp: What do you think is the biggest mistake new players, or players in general, make when it comes to Arena?
Jimmy13: I feel the biggest mistake for new players is focusing on PVP too early. The main focus should be on progression. The first part is to advance to the hardest scenario they can and once they hit a wall, they should focus on doing raids to get better runes. The most popular raid dungeon is Nhumar for early/mid-game. Pick a raid dungeon and evolve your team to be able to advance that dungeon as far as possible. If you choose Nhumar, You will want to focus on evolving your blue units since Nhumar is red. Melvin is a great unit to focus on for his % based attack, def debuff, survivability, crit/spd buff. For arena, you should have a plan in mind when you build your team. Also, be mindful of evade mechanics. You can evade auto abilities but you can not evade an active ability. The cap is 75% and is extremely useful paired with someone that can blind opponents to reduce accuracy. The best advice for PVP is crowd control. Unless you face someone with warrior and 75% evade, crowd control is king for PVP. Freeze, Stun, etc.
PlayDapp: Who are your top recommended heroes in each variant of Arena mode?
Jimmy13: For minor, Ereth, Akurel, Floria, Phantom Knight are great units and if you plan to be more melee, try to squeeze someone that can buff attack. Same for magic. For major, there are a lot of good units but the most common are Patricia, Lucius, Oliver, or any of the gods.
PlayDapp: How do you come up with your team composition ideas? What are you looking for when you build an arena team?
Jimmy13: for PVP, there are 2 main things to look for. Color and unit type. 1. Remember the counters, Blue>Red>Green. Dark>Light. Here’s an example. If you face a team predominately red, you want to use your blue units. Also, remember the 4 different units Melee/Tank/Support/Archers/Caster. Tanks have a high physical defense but low magic resist. If you face a couple of tanks, use casters. Casters have low physical defense and high magic resist, archers are their best counters and melee is second. These aren't the only things to look for since CC(crowd control) is the king of PVP. If you can't do anything, none of this matters.
PlayDapp: Are there any interesting trends or ideas you’ve come across in Arena recently? Where do you think the Arena meta is headed?
Jimmy13: Gods rule major and Ereth rules minor. That's the trend that I see. If you are fortunate to get a god, build around him to maximize their efficiency. Same with Ereth. Casters currently are the meta but that's mainly because the strongest players are choosing those. Remember archers, on paper, are their counter due to their higher magic resist and casters extremely low physical defense.
PlayDapp: Any other general advice or tips you want to give to players who want to improve in Arena mode?
Jimmy13: Focus on progression and don't forget about the awesome 3-star units. The reason 3-star units are so awesome is that they are A LOT easier to fully awaken. It's hard to beat a full awakened Melvin 1v1, no matter who you are. Melvin might not be the best PVP unit but since he is so great with everything else, you should include him in your minor team since he should be one of your stronger units. Floria is amazing with her buffs and heals. You can build Ereth full DPS and still be able to survive. If you focus on just your natural 5-star units, you will be weak in the Minor Arena. Focus on units that are helpful for all aspects of the game.
Now get out there and apply what you’ve learned and see just how high on the ladder you can climb! Let us know your thoughts and if you have any tips and knowledge you’d like to share for the Arena in the comments below!
Hero Spotlight: Floria
“Let’s plant this seed together. This is a seed that will change the world!”
Floria is the path finder for the Star Group. The elves of Turilleon treasure her warm-hearted personality and her adorable smile. Nobody is able to stay angry in front of her.
Floria is a natural 3-star Support-type hero of the Earth attribute. Don’t let her innocent appearance or 3-star grade fool you though because Floria is a force to be reckoned with. What’s more is that she’s very easy to obtain which makes her great for new and free-to-play players and she can be easily Awakened. Her Light Shards appear in Heroic Dungeons and as purchasable items from the Raid Shop with Ancient Coins. If you see her Heroic Dungeon pop up make sure to complete them and pick up her Light Shards. Gathering 20 will allow you to summon her!
She’s also a combination material hero for Evan in the Temple of Heroes.
Floria is an amazing hero for Scenario, Infinite Tower and Minor Arena modes with her abilities. She provides support to the rest of the team through healing, physical defence buffs, CC (Crowd Control) resistance, as well as disrupting the enemy with her auto ability which transforms them into squirrels for 5 seconds, rendering them incapable of taking any action. If you’ve ever been on the receiving end of this debuff you know just how dangerous and, frankly, obnoxious this can be.
Floria’s impact in Minor Arena is further enhanced by the restrictions of the format, only natural 4-star heroes or below can be used. Her auto ability to turn your opponents into squirrels will severely hamper them and could provide the window of opportunity for you to land heavy attacks on the enemy, with a character like Terenth for example, without resistance.
Players may find increasing her HP to be useful as Floria is a Support-type and she doesn’t have as much raw stamina as higher level heroes and she’ll be a crucial link in your team. This will increase her longevity and give her more sustain through battles. Alternatively, or in conjunction, you can pump up her Evasion stat for her to avoid damage and survive longer.
Her attack speed is important to consider as this will increase the number of times she can perform her abilities, which is especially important for a Support hero in this game. Increasing her Magic Power is nice to improve her healing capabilities as her healing power is based off of her Magic Power stat.
For PvP focused builds, Warrior runes, which boost inability effect resistance, need to be considered as avoiding CC effects on your Support is crucial in Arena. Floria being inactive will have a negative domino effect on the rest of your team.
You can achieve these effects through set bonuses and/or sub-stats on each individual rune.
Here are some examples of set-ups that combine these building principles for Floria:
An example rune set-up on Floria could be the following: 2 Warrior with 2 Evasion runes, giving her set bonuses of +50% Inability Effect Resistance and+20% Evasion respectively. The most desirable sub-stats would be HP, Attack Speed, Magic Power and Evasion. This set-up should make her a potent force in Arena battles.
A more generalized set-up that players can use involves 2 Life Runes and 2 Torrent Runes, giving set bonuses of +20% HP and +10% Acquired Energy respectively. Desirable sub-stats here would be HP, Magic Power and Attack Speed. This set-up could be good good for players looking to use Floria more in PvE modes or beginner players who do not have access to high-quality Warrior runes yet.
Of course, different team set-ups and needs will call for different Rune set-ups so try and see which works for you but these general guidelines should help you build a strong Floria.
Overall, Floria is an amazing hero with long-term viability that all players should try to get, and use. Try her out for yourself!
If you're already a fan of Floria, comment below with what you think of Floria and how you use her!
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10 Tips for New Along with the Gods Players
There’s a lot to take in when you first load up the game so here are some helpful tips for people to get their bearings and discover all the wonderful things about Along with the Gods: Knights of the Dawn!
1. Don’t just charge into battle!
Along with the Gods rewards good team choice and composition and punishes sloppy choices. This is especially the case in Hell mode Scenario, Infinite Tower, Raid and Arena battles. Pay attention to things like attribute match-up, ability effects, and team role composition. If you’re facing a team with strong Fire attribute mages, for example, it doesn’t make sense to bring a team of Earth attribute heroes with low Magic Defence. If your opponent can inflict harmful status effects, you should take note of this and try to bring support-type characters with status healing abilities. Knowledge is power in this game. Fight smart, not just hard!
2. Don’t judge a book by its cover!
Even units you might not think are useful can be. There are 2 star units that you’ll actually want to get and level up and evolve for combination materials for awesome heroes down the line, and there are several 3 star units who will be useful for you throughout the game.
Some examples of 3-star heroes who are just as useful as higher-level heroes include Hellen, Floria and Terenth. They are worth keeping, evolving, and raising alongside your natural 4- and 5-star heroes. Some 3-star heroes are also very good in specific circumstances such as certain raids. Tallia is incredibly effective in the Havoc and Nhumer raids for example.
3. Explore every game mode!
Finishing Scenario mode on Normal difficulty is the priority for you to unlock other game modes and start your progression. After unlocking the other modes, playing each game mode is going to help you gather the resources you need to build your team and progress further in the game. Different game modes will give you unique rewards which is why it’s important to play them all. For example, the Raid mode will give you a supply of great runes and playing the Arena mode will supply you with Arena coins which you can exchange for scrolls and other valuable items in the Special Shop. Variety is the spice of life, and Along with the Gods.
4. Spending your riches!
New players may be wondering what exactly the best uses for gems and gold are in this game. The best use of gold in this game is for upgrading runes and it can get quite expensive to make sure you have suitable runes throughout your adventure, so keep piling up that gold. The Random Shop also has some items that are worthy of your gold, such as Normal scrolls and Premium scrolls. Beginner players may also find some runes in the random shop that may be of use to them early in the game.
Gems are a valuable resource and there are several functions within the game that make use of them, such as continuing a lost battle or getting more keys. New and/or F2P players may find saving and spending their gems for the Summon Pack II in the shop to be a useful kickstart giving you 11 premium hero summon scrolls and Eggies. Gems can also be used to expand storage space for runes, heroes and accessories which can be very helpful as you expand your roster of heroes.
5. Level up your leveling up!
While you can feed heroes to another hero to increase their EXP and level them up that way, there is a way to power level characters in this game. Simply place the character you wish to level up quickly in a team of max characters and all the EXP will all funnel to that one character for up to 5 times more EXP per battle! Combine this with the auto-battle function and turning off the boss animations in Settings to really speed up your grinding.
6. Become a social butterfly!
There a ton of benefits to adding friends in Along with the Gods. You can send Friend Points to, and receive them back from, your friends, which you can use for additional spins on the daily FP Roulette. Additionally, you can also select friends, and their representative hero, at the pre-battle menu to take along with you to Raid and Scenario mode battles. Your friends can help you out during those tough battles!
Heroic Dungeons are Raids that appear randomly where you can farm shards for a specific hero, gathering enough of these shards lets you Summon that hero! Any time one of your friends finds one of these Heroic Dungeons you will also be granted access to them!
7. Change your representative hero!
Some of you may really, really like Ian but a lot of you will want to change your representative hero. You can do this in the Heroes menu, selecting a hero and changing them to your rep hero in hero settings. Not only will this change your avatar to something more unique but people will be more likely to add you as a friend or accept your friend request, especially if you set it to a useful character who can help them out in those tough raid and scenario situations.
8. Runes run the game!
Runes are the secret sauce in Along with the Gods. Your rune setup can completely change how your hero performs, you can patch up weaknesses and enhance strengths with runes, and runes can be the difference between victory and defeat, so you should get familiar with them as soon as possible. Runes offer bonuses to your stats individually and as sets, and they can be upgraded with gold! Upgrades increase the bonus percentage as well as unlock more bonus types. For example, an individual Attack rune could offer ATK +3.7% and Magic DEF+3.0% at base level, while it offers ATK +12.1% and multiple new bonuses when upgraded to +12.
When equipped together, a set of four attack runes gives you the bonus of increasing your Attack Power for 10 seconds with a fixed chance when you attack with a basic attack. Equipping runes with helpful and relevant individual and set stat buffs and bonuses is important (an offensive mage like Harley isn’t going to benefit from having higher ATK but will love having higher Magic Power) and upgrading them is going to noticeably increase the power of your characters. You’ll receive many runes throughout your adventure, so you’ll constantly be upgrading and switching runes out as you progress. Raids are the best way to obtain high quality runes as well as crafting them in the Workroom.
9. Feel free to mix and match your runes!
While you do get Set bonuses for having four of a single rune type, you also get bonuses for having two of the same rune type so you can receive two different types of bonuses, which you can use to your advantage. Each different type of rune grants different bonuses. For example, a Melee DPS character such as Gangbi will typically suffer from being bombarded by attacks on the front line and not having the natural ability to take hits. Equipping two life runes (2 Set bonus of HP +20%) and two critical runes (2 set bonus of Critical rate +15%) gives him a balance of greater longevity while not compromising his ability to dish out damage and plays to his strengths while patching up his weaknesses.
Sometimes simplicity is the best philosophy though, and a tank character like Arthur may benefit most from equipping four life runes. Four life runes will grant him a shield when he’s attacked and help him do what he does best, sponge hits and drive forward.
Experiment and see which setups work for you.
10. Be consistent!
Even if you don’t have a lot of time to play on a particular day make sure to at least log-in every day. You get daily rewards for logging in and there are some awesome rewards for cumulative log-ins that you don’t want to miss out on.
We hope you enjoyed these tips and that they help new players out. Enjoy Along with the Gods: Knights of the Dawn!
If you're looking for advice or have some you'd like to share, the Tips and Guides board is open to all so please feel free to post and share your knowledge!
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