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Welcome New and "Old" Players Fri, 02 November 2012 14:55
Welcome new players come on in say hello and introduce yourselves. Smile Smile

Also older players please come in and introduce yourselves. Smile Smile

[Updated on: Fri, 07 December 2012 16:19]

      
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Re:Welcome New Players Sat, 03 November 2012 13:07
Great idea!

I'll go first:

Hello from Denmark.
General Info: History teacher, RPG gamer, and American Football fan.
Playing style: Fast and aggressive. Viking blood...
SFTF: I love to playtest and critique your scenarios, so invite away.
Memoir 44 Boardgame: Played it since it came out in 2004.
Other notes: Can be very chatty when playing. Just tell me to shut up if you want to concentrate on the game Smile
      
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Re:Welcome New Players Sat, 03 November 2012 14:29
Nygaard,

sdnative wrote on Fri, 02 November 2012 14:55

new

I don't know if having played 5000 battles qualifies as new.
Rolling Eyes

      
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Re:Welcome New Players Fri, 23 November 2012 13:44
Hi All

My name is Wojtek I'm come from Poland
Just startet few weeks ago
See you on the scenariar Wink


WOJAS
      
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Re:Welcome New Players Fri, 23 November 2012 16:01
wojas wrote on Fri, 23 November 2012 04:44

Hi All

My name is Wojtek I'm come from Poland
Just startet few weeks ago
See you on the scenariar Wink


WOJAS


Welcome Wojtek!
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Re:Welcome New Players Fri, 23 November 2012 16:08
Hello from San Diego, California, USA

My name is Jim and I have been an Optician for almost 25 years am married with 5 boys and 1 German Shepherd.
Have been playing board games since the SPI/Avalon Hill days and still Love it!
Enjoy watching American Football especially my team the Chargers .
Looking forward to seeing you on the battlefield! Smile Smile

[Updated on: Sat, 08 December 2012 03:12]

      
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Re:Welcome New Players Sat, 24 November 2012 19:00
Wow seems like Nygaard, Wojas and I are the only ones willing to introduce ourselves everyone else must be shy. Smile

Where is the friendly M44 community at? Confused

[Updated on: Sat, 24 November 2012 19:01]

      
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Re:Welcome New Players Sat, 24 November 2012 20:16
Hello from Forest, Virginia USA

I am a retired professional firefighter of almost 28 years and am currently the Operations Manager of the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford, VA. I have had an interest in the military for many years as my grandfather, father, uncles, brother and many close friends have been in service to our nation.

stevens wrote on Thu, 30 September 2010 07:12

On June 6, 1944, 32 men from Bedford, Virginia in company with approximately 150 other men from other areas of Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania and even Washington D.C. assaulted the beaches of Normandy. They were Company A of the 116 RCT, 29th Division. They were in the first assault wave at Omaha Beach at the Dog Green sector.

http://www.daysofwonder.com/memoir44/en/editor/view/?id=11

Their rendezvous point was Vierville sur mer. Their mission was to clear the beach, move up through the D-1 draw and capture the village of Vierville. From here the would consolidate and with other members of their battalion steadily move inland by the end of the day. This didn't happen.

Company A was one of the few units to come in at the right place at the right time at 0630 hours. However, in the next 15 minutes, that unit suffered 93% casualties. With over 90 men killed and 60+ more wounded, Company A was out of action. Several of the men from Bedford were brothers, the Hoback's, the Parker's and the Stevens' boys. Of these 6 men, only one survived, Roy Stevens.

Roy's assault boat hit a barrier device or some other object penetrated the hull of his LCA while he was still several hundred yards out. The craft was taking on water, the men were bailing, but they never made it to shore. He lost a few buddies and was rescued after several hours in the cold and choppy channel. He was returned to England and refitted for duty. He returned to Normandy only to find that his brother and 18 other men from Bedford were all killed on D-Day. This loss of 19 men from one small farming community on D-Day was the highest per capita loss from any one unit from the United States on D-Day. In the months to follow, the cost would would soon become apparent.

http://www.dday.org/

Before Roy passed away on January 1, 2007 he had made many friends. I was one of them. In order to honor Roy, and his brother Ray and all the other men from Bedford, VA, I chose this moniker. It is Roy's photo that you see as my avatar.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uDWI_D5XmCk

If you are interested in finding out more about Roy and other men from his unit, here is a good read:

http://www.amazon.com/Bedford-Boys-American-Ultimate-Sacrifi ce/dp/0306811677



I enjoy the comraderie of the International Community and the simple fun of playing and learning history. Look forward to seeing you younger lads and lassies' on the battlefield.

[Updated on: Sat, 24 November 2012 20:43]

      
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Re:Welcome New Players Thu, 29 November 2012 22:58
I am not new to M44 (thought not heavily experienced) but am new to online. I've just played two scenarios, won one and lost one against AI. Will do a couple of more before taking a chance on wasting somebody else's ingots by playing me.

I am 61 and am the sports editor of my hometown newspaper in Indiana. I have been in sports at that paper for 30 years this Feb. I like reading and like fantasy as well as military topics.
      
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Re:Welcome New Players Fri, 30 November 2012 10:29
Nice ! Seems that it's a lean towards every player introduction, not only newcomers, Smile

Here goes

Hello all,

My name is Mathieu and I'm a french player (DoW fan since '03) got the board game in '04 but alas I missed the beta so I joined around Dday 2011.

I live in France and am engaged to a wonderful girl who likes board games too Very Happy

I have moved a lot in the past few years and changes jobs frequently (assistant producer, cameraman, factory employee, kindergarten teacher in training) but now I'm finally settling in near Paris and am working as a video technician in a brand new TV channel owned by the Qatar (you guys in the US and UK also have a channel with that name)

Alas for the moment the job is time consuming so no time to play even online.
      
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Re:Welcome New Players Fri, 07 December 2012 15:56
rickert wrote on Thu, 29 November 2012 13:58

I am not new to M44 (thought not heavily experienced) but am new to online. I've just played two scenarios, won one and lost one against AI. Will do a couple of more before taking a chance on wasting somebody else's ingots by playing me.

I am 61 and am the sports editor of my hometown newspaper in Indiana. I have been in sports at that paper for 30 years this Feb. I like reading and like fantasy as well as military topics.


Welcome Rickert!!
See you on the Battlefield. Smile
      
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Re:Welcome New and Old Players Fri, 07 December 2012 15:59


Mathieu Thanks for sharing.

[Updated on: Fri, 07 December 2012 16:06]

      
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Re:Welcome New and Old Players Sat, 08 December 2012 02:26
Good Idea.

I am Erik, living in The Netherlands and playing this game online for 2 year now I guess. I never played the boardgame untill the Belgian open two weeks ago. I have to say, I enjoyed it very much and I thought is was more difficult than playing online. I have been working in IT and currently looking for a job. My playing style has been shifting from an All-in type of player to a more considerate one. Note that when you play me I might be drinking coffee. I advise you to play as many human players as you can and only use the bot to get a first feel for a new scenario. Love to meet you on the battlefield.

[Updated on: Sat, 08 December 2012 02:31]

      
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Re:Welcome New Players Sat, 08 December 2012 03:14
stevens wrote on Sat, 24 November 2012 11:16

Hello from Forest, Virginia USA

I am a retired professional firefighter of almost 28 years and am currently the Operations Manager of the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford, VA. I have had an interest in the military for many years as my grandfather, father, uncles, brother and many close friends have been in service to our nation.

stevens wrote on Thu, 30 September 2010 07:12

On June 6, 1944, 32 men from Bedford, Virginia in company with approximately 150 other men from other areas of Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania and even Washington D.C. assaulted the beaches of Normandy. They were Company A of the 116 RCT, 29th Division. They were in the first assault wave at Omaha Beach at the Dog Green sector.

http://www.daysofwonder.com/memoir44/en/editor/view/?id=11

Their rendezvous point was Vierville sur mer. Their mission was to clear the beach, move up through the D-1 draw and capture the village of Vierville. From here the would consolidate and with other members of their battalion steadily move inland by the end of the day. This didn't happen.

Company A was one of the few units to come in at the right place at the right time at 0630 hours. However, in the next 15 minutes, that unit suffered 93% casualties. With over 90 men killed and 60+ more wounded, Company A was out of action. Several of the men from Bedford were brothers, the Hoback's, the Parker's and the Stevens' boys. Of these 6 men, only one survived, Roy Stevens.

Roy's assault boat hit a barrier device or some other object penetrated the hull of his LCA while he was still several hundred yards out. The craft was taking on water, the men were bailing, but they never made it to shore. He lost a few buddies and was rescued after several hours in the cold and choppy channel. He was returned to England and refitted for duty. He returned to Normandy only to find that his brother and 18 other men from Bedford were all killed on D-Day. This loss of 19 men from one small farming community on D-Day was the highest per capita loss from any one unit from the United States on D-Day. In the months to follow, the cost would would soon become apparent.

http://www.dday.org/

Before Roy passed away on January 1, 2007 he had made many friends. I was one of them. In order to honor Roy, and his brother Ray and all the other men from Bedford, VA, I chose this moniker. It is Roy's photo that you see as my avatar.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uDWI_D5XmCk

If you are interested in finding out more about Roy and other men from his unit, here is a good read:

http://www.amazon.com/Bedford-Boys-American-Ultimate-Sacrifi ce/dp/0306811677



I enjoy the comraderie of the International Community and the simple fun of playing and learning history. Look forward to seeing you younger lads and lassies' on the battlefield.



Thanks for sharing an interesting story Stevens!
I think that most of us are fans of history..
Smile
      
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Re:Welcome New Players Sun, 09 December 2012 19:43
Hi.
I'm Dugrim, an Italian player now living in Bozeman (Montana).
I started playing M44 online and then I buyed it (and almost all the expansions!).
I hope to find some players nearby to play "live" (others than my wife!)
      
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Re:Welcome New Players Tue, 18 December 2012 01:31
Hi all

I am Greg. *edited* 32 years old (think I had an attack of wishful thinking there last night!) and live in the UK.

I am a keen war gamer, and have been into tabletop war gaming and board games for many years. I first came across Memoir about three years ago and have been flirting with the idea of getting a copy for the longest time. Finally decided when I went to Warfare in Reading this year that I would try and pick up a copy. Got stupidly lucky at the Bring and Buy and found a copy of the game with the campaign bag, eastern front and overlord all as new for £35. Have since fallen in live with the game and am buying up the expansions at a rate of knots (really happy that DoW decided to release CB1 as a PDF as I was getting worried I'd never get a copy).

Downloaded the online version and have played about a dozen games so far I think. Really enjoying it. Losing more than I am winning at the moment but slowly adapting to the tactics,

Memoir has reignited my passion for WW2 and I am buying up books on the subject and getting back to an interest I thought had dwindled years ago. I am not kidding when I say that this game may well end up taking over my life (or at least my leisure time!)

Haven't managed to have a go of the actual board game yet, but ave a local war gaming club and a local board games shop that stocks Memoir and has lots of gaming nights every week so hopefully soon Smile

I am still learning tactically - started out throwing everything forwards but am slowly getting to grips with tactical subtleties of the game. If you see me around, tap me up for a game, always willing to have a go and have fun even if I lose Smile

[Updated on: Tue, 18 December 2012 09:02]

      
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Re:Welcome New and "Old" Players Tue, 18 December 2012 01:36
My name is Josiah and I've been a fan of Memior 44' ever since I recieved it two or three years ago at Christmas. Since then I have collected about half of the expansion sets, and I can only wish I had the money to buy the rest (some are quite spendy due to their being out of print). I usually play with my dad or friends, many of whom are avid strategy gamers.

I particiated in the end of the Beta for Memoir 44' online and have played quite a few battles, though recently I've taken a leave of absence due to my college education taking up a lot of time. However, now that Christmas break is comming up I might be able to meet some of you on the battlefield!

I love playing board games (many of which are from DoW)and strategy computer games. Other than board games, I read in my spare time or spend time with my family (parents and three sisters).
      
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Re:Welcome New and "Old" Players Sat, 22 December 2012 15:53
Hi:

I have retired from INVISTA (formerly DuPont)but still work occasionally at the plant in Kingston Ontario. I live on Hambly Lake hence the handle and have played wargames since I was 16. I love Memoir 44 because it is a mix of miniatures and board gaming and do like the online feature as fellow combatants are few and far between in this neck of the woods.

I have been playing in the weeds lately (against the AI) but will join in online battles again as I see there are some new scenarios.

Take care and a Merry Christmas and a Happy new Year to all.
      
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Re:Welcome New and "Old" Players Sat, 29 December 2012 20:35
Just wanted to say Hello. I am a new player to Memoir'44. I look forward to the fellowship of others with similar interest.
      
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Re:Welcome New and "Old" Players Sat, 29 December 2012 20:39
Hi, my player name Dietrich von Kleist is a germanification of my Flemish name. I live in Flanders, that is the Dutch speaking northern part of Belgium. My avatar is Hans Landa; However he's a real bastard he is a very intriguing and in a way funny character in de movie Inglorious Bastards.

I love posting visual jokes on the forum, but every now and then these jokes seem to be controversial. Believe me guys, they are never intended to be insulting! It shows that sometimes there is a big difference between American and European humor.

I like both the cardboard and digital version of the game. But what I like the most is the "international community of brothers in arms". Players from the USA, Iceland, Germany, ... even Holland who give each other advise or blather about the most diverse subjects.

To those guys I would like to address my best wishes for the next battle year 2013! In contrast with the real thing I hope this war will not end soon. Cheers!

http://drx.typepad.com/.a/6a00d83451bdba69e201675fa2e05b970b-450wi
      
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Re:Welcome New and "Old" Players Sun, 30 December 2012 13:55
Hey,

Just like Dietrich von Kleist in changed my nick name in a germanification of my real name.

I also live in the flemish part of Belgium.
I love the community, for it's good advise jokes and so on.

The only thing i want is to change my avatar into a german figure i painted, but i won't succed to realise it.

Maybe Dietrich could help me, while is such a crack in manipulating pictures.

Good games in 2013.

Michel
      
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Re:Welcome New and "Old" Players Sun, 30 December 2012 21:15
The secret is to find out from DOW the limit to the resolution and scale of your photo. This is what I did and was able to use the photo of an old friend as my avatar.

[Updated on: Sun, 30 December 2012 21:16]

      
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Re:Welcome New and "Old" Players Sun, 30 December 2012 22:28
The "Change my Avatar" webpage states Select a personal avatar that will appear next to your Forum posts, PM's and in your friends' Buddy Lists. Choose from among hundreds of game characters and graphics in the Built In list, or upload your own graphic.

The custom avatar will not appear until it is approved by the administrator.
The avatar should be no larger than 100x100 pixels and must be in jpg, gif or png format.



Hope this answers your questions.
      
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Re:Welcome New and "Old" Players Sun, 10 February 2013 23:43
Hi folks, thought I would add my hello. I've just joined the community and just started playing the game. I bought DoW Small World (excellent game!) at Christmas for the family and picked up on Memoir from there.

I was a keen gamer back in the 1980's, I do believe I've still got a copy of Victory Games Ambush in the attic! So it's a bit like coming back into the fold for me.

First impressions of the game? Very playable! Reminds me of Steve Jackson Games Ogre/GEV in a way. The card system and three divisions on the board took me by surprise but it works well. At first I thought there was too much of an element of luck but as I've played a few games the more elegant aspects of the game are becoming clear.

Funny thing but I like the way the whole battle can turn on a killer card.

Downsides? Nothing major. Could be a bit more objective driven rather than just beat up your enemy (and whats wrong with that anyway!) but its not going to stop me playing.

Looking forward to getting my first pips and seeing you out there in the field.
      
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Re:Welcome New and "Old" Players Sun, 10 February 2013 23:55
Welcome, welcome, welcome - to the forums and M44 online.
      
sdnative
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Re:Welcome New and "Old" Players Wed, 13 February 2013 05:51
Welcome Shed!
      
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Re:Welcome New and "Old" Players Wed, 13 February 2013 11:40
Hi guys,

My name is Dave, i'm from near Inverness in Scotland.
I'm a Firefighter, been playing online just over a year.
Bought the board game at the same time & love it, so far only played my wife who's beating me at the moment!
Playing online is great as i get to meet people from all over the world & chat; it's a great community!
See you in the trenches.......
      
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Re:Welcome New and "Old" Players Wed, 13 February 2013 13:03
Geeza Dude wrote on Wed, 13 February 2013 05:40

Hi guys,

My name is Dave, i'm from near Inverness in Scotland.
I'm a Firefighter, been playing online just over a year.
Bought the board game at the same time & love it, so far only played my wife who's beating me at the moment!
Playing online is great as i get to meet people from all over the world & chat; it's a great community!
See you in the trenches.......


Welcome brother in flames (28 years in fire service) hope to see you online sometime.
      
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Re:Welcome New and "Old" Players Thu, 21 February 2013 04:24
Geeza Dude wrote on Wed, 13 February 2013 02:40

Hi guys,

My name is Dave, i'm from near Inverness in Scotland.
I'm a Firefighter, been playing online just over a year.
Bought the board game at the same time & love it, so far only played my wife who's beating me at the moment!
Playing online is great as i get to meet people from all over the world & chat; it's a great community!
See you in the trenches.......


Welcome Geeza Dude!

      
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Re:Welcome New and "Old" Players Tue, 05 March 2013 18:27
Hello,

I'm Mike from Little Rock, Arkansas, right in the middle of the USA.

I've been playing online for a while now and I enjoy the community and the very nice folks that play online.

I look forward to playing you all sometime soon.

Mike
      
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Re:Welcome New and "Old" Players Tue, 05 March 2013 21:21
Look forward to seeing you online Mike!
      
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Re:Welcome New and "Old" Players Mon, 11 March 2013 12:40
Hi, I am GeneralStrike from Amsterdam, Netherlands. I'm new here, but an old board game player and also played a lot on Panzer General III Scorched Earth,
Soldiers of Empires (I),
Advanced Tactics of World War II and now this excellent game,
M44, although it sometimes looks a bit like yahtzee Very Happy

[Updated on: Mon, 11 March 2013 12:41]

      
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Re:Welcome New and "Old" Players Mon, 11 March 2013 14:50
Hello Generalstrike

Welcome and be sure to check out the dutch forum also.

Kan je lekker in het Nederlands typen. Smile
      
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Re:Welcome New and "Old" Players Mon, 11 March 2013 20:22
Gesjellig ...
Laughing

Sorry ... ...

Welkom Generalstrike.

And now : up to the Dutch forum.
      
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Re:Welcome New and "Old" Players Mon, 11 March 2013 20:40
Erik Uitdebroeck wrote on Mon, 11 March 2013 20:22

Gesjellig ...
Laughing

Sorry ... ...

Welkom Generalstrike.

And now : up to the Dutch forum.



Reken maar van Yes Laughing

translated: Welcome Generalstrike!
      
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Re:Welcome New and "Old" Players Tue, 04 June 2013 09:34
Hi all

My names Chris and I'm a 28 year old marketing manager by day and board game enthusiast by night.

I was born in England and currently live in Jersey, Channel Islands with by beautiful (and very tolerant) fiance.

I look forward to meeting you on the battlefield.
      
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Re:Welcome New and "Old" Players Tue, 04 June 2013 11:38
Appyo wrote on Tue, 04 June 2013 19:34

Hi all

My names Chris and I'm a 28 year old marketing manager by day and board game enthusiast by night.

I was born in England and currently live in Jersey, Channel Islands with by beautiful (and very tolerant) fiance.

I look forward to meeting you on the battlefield.


Welcome welcome welcome, may you always get the cards and dice you deserve.
      
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Re:Welcome New and "Old" Players Tue, 04 June 2013 12:50
Appyo wrote on Tue, 04 June 2013 09:34

Hi all

My names Chris and I'm a 28 year old marketing manager by day and board game enthusiast by night.

I was born in England and currently live in Jersey, Channel Islands with by beautiful (and very tolerant) fiance.

I look forward to meeting you on the battlefield.



So you live in a part of the UK that was German during WW2. Interesting.

If your fiancé is really very tolerant to you playing games don't ever let her go. Wink

Welcome.

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Re:Welcome New and "Old" Players Tue, 04 June 2013 17:05
Thanks both!

Dietrich von Kleist I do indeed! I grew up in England and moved to Jersey around 5 years ago (my partner was born and raised in Jersey), the Island is steeped in history.

http://www.jerseywartunnels.com/
      
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Re:Welcome New and "Old" Players Sat, 24 August 2013 19:07
Hi,

My name is Charlie and I have played the boardgame for the last 3 or 4 years but I like most find very few live opponents. I tried the online game a while back but I was busy with school and it kinda got lost.

I am a Geomatics professional and live in eastern Canada with my wife and kids.

I'm back and loving the online game very much, I am working on a couple of scenarios of my own and will post them when completed. I have met some great folks here in the last month already and look forward to playing a lot more in the future Smile

Cheers

Charlie

      
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