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Pirates: Tides of Fortune

Captains!

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February 28, 2013

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Pirates: Tides of Fortune

Captains!

It is time to find out who was the fastest and the smartest pirate of this week! Are you ready to know who won 500 RUBIES?

You did a great job and 3 randomly chosen winners get 500 RUBIES each.

So the lucky winners are:

- Maigo Hussar

- Troyan David

- Picica Keksich

And the correct answers are:

1.What Spanish prate was known as Gasparilla and on board of what ship he served?

- José Gaspar, known by his nickname Gasparilla (supposedly lived c. 1756 – 1821), was a purported Spanish pirate, the "last of the Buccaneers," who is claimed to have raided the west coast of Florida during the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Though he is a popular figure in Florida folklore, no evidence of his existence appears in writing before the early 20th century. His legend is celebrated every year in Tampa with the Gasparilla Pirate Festival. The stories of Gaspar are fairly consistent. Most say he was born in Spain in 1766 and served in the Spanish Navy aboard the Floridablanca.

2. There is a legend that Gasparilla imprisoned women on an island for the purposes of ransom. What is the name of this island?

- Captiva Island.


3. How old was the pirate Jose Gaspar said to be at the time of his death?

- He was sixty five years old. A romantic end for the 'King of Pirates': Jose Gaspar, at sixty five years of age, wrapps an anchor chain around his waist and leaps into the sea to drown rather than be captured.

Congratulations to the winners!

Don't miss your chance to get free RUBIES next time!
February 28, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

Ahoy!

Do you want some free RUBIES?

First read the rules as usual:

1. LIKE and SHARE this post so that everybody could see the questions.

2. Send us the answer to pirates_support@plarium.com with the subject QUIZ FB (please include the link to your profile to the letter)

DO NOT write your answers as a comment to this question.

You have 12 HOURS to submit your answers!

3 winners will be chosen RANDOMLY and will get 500 RUBIES. The time of submission doesn't play crucial role anymore! Everybody can win!

Here are today's questions:

1) What Spanish prate was known as Gasparilla and on board of what ship he served?

2) There is a legend that Gasparilla imprisoned women on an island for the purposes of ransom. What is the name of this island?

3) How old was Gasparilla at the time of his death?


Good luck to you all!
February 27, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

What’s this?
Our scouts have found new Relic Targets!? By Black Bart’s garters, it’s every man for himself! Make ready to weigh anchor and plot a new heading for the nearest Target!

Follow the link to board your ship http://bit.ly/PToFortune
February 27, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

Ahoy!

Are you ready to test your knowledge and get free RUBIES for it?

Visit our profile at 16 00 UTC, READ THE RULES, see the questions, find the answers and get rubies for it!

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February 27, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

Captains!

New Presidios await their new Masters! Who shall it be? You and your brave Pirate Brethren, your rivals… or the ruthless forces of the Spanish Armada?

Find them here http://bit.ly/PToFortune

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February 26, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

Need more Hearties? Check out our Add Me thread and post your requests there! There is no better place to meet your fellow captains!

Find New Hearties: http://bit.ly/PTOFAddMe

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February 25, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

Captains!

Here is a list of Top 10 Brotherhoods! And what about your Brotherhood?

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February 25, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

Captains!

Have a great weekend!

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February 23, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

New Targets have been sighted, Cap’n! Three points off the starboard bow! Prepare to change course - ‘tis first come, first served me lads!

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February 22, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

"It is not the ship so much as the skillful sailing that assures the prosperous voyage."

George William Curtis

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February 22, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

Captains!

It is time to find out who was the fastest and the smartest pirate of this week! Are you ready to know who won 500 RUBIES?

You did a great job and 3 randomly chosen winners get 500 RUBIES each.

So the lucky winners are:

- Aaron Oleson

- Tuesday Peacock

- Raduta Nicolae

And the correct answers are:

1. Which pirate made so much money that he was able to retire, only to miss the pirate life, return to the sea and to be killed while trying to capture a prize in the Red Sea?

- Thomas Tew. Thomas Tew was a famous pirate whose base was at Madagascar. Tew and his crew took a richly provisioned Indian ship. The booty was so rich that each man of Tew's crew received 3,000 pounds as his share. Retirement didn't agree with Tom Tew, who returned to piracy only to die while attacking another ship.

2. In 1801, a fleet of notorious Pirates got together and declared war. The First Barbary War had begun, but who had the Pirates declared war on?

- United States. The Barbary Pirates were based in Tripoli, and had struck fear into the hearts of shipping in the Mediterranean for years. On May 1 1801, they declared war on the United States of America. Prior to the American Revolution and its subsequent independence, American shipping in the Mediterranean had been under the protection of the British Royal Navy, and then the French Navy. By the 1780s however, this was no longer the case, and the pirates operating along the Barbary Coast of North Africa considered US shipping to be fair game. For a while, the US Government had "taken the easy option" and paid tribute to the pirates in exchange for safe passage, but with the election of Thomas Jefferson as President, and extortionate increases in the pirate's demands, the situation quickly became untenable. Communications broke down, and the pirates, backed by their various rulers including the Pasha of Tripoli, declared war. Hostilities ended on June 10th 1805.


3. Should you happen to be troubled by Pirates, which Saint might you invoke to beg for protection?

- St. Albinus of Angers. St. Albinus was from an aristocratic Romano-French family, and lived in Brittany in the 5-6th centuries. He was a very pious man, and was famed for freeing slaves and prisoners, including those captured by pirates. He is the patron of many European coastal villages, and St.Aubin in Jersey is named after him. His feast day is celebrated on March 1st. St. Kentigern, also known as St. Mungo, is invoked as protection for children against bullies.

Congratulations to the winners!
February 21, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

Ahoy!

It is time for the quiz!!

First read the rules as usual:

1. LIKE and SHARE this post so that everybody could see the questions.

2. Send us the answer to pirates_support@plarium.com with the subject QUIZ FB (please include the link to your profile to the letter)

DO NOT write your answers as a comment to this question.

You have 12 HOURS to submit your answers!

3 winners will be chosen RANDOMLY and will get 500 RUBIES. The time of submission doesn't play crucial role anymore! Everybody can win!

Here are today's questions:

1) Which pirate made so much money that he was able to retire, only to miss the pirate life, return to the sea and to be killed while trying to capture a prize in the Red Sea?

2) In 1801, a fleet of notorious Pirates got together and declared war. The First Barbary War had begun, but who had the Pirates declared war on?

3) Should you happen to be troubled by Pirates, which Saint might you invoke to beg for protection?

Good luck to you all!
February 20, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

New Relic Targets overflowin’ with Rubies, Gold, Rum, and Timber for the taking? Har har! Come on boys, it’s time to take what be ours! No prey - no pay!

Cast off for adventure http://bit.ly/PTOFortune
February 20, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

Ahoy!

Are you ready to test your knowledge and get free RUBIES for it?

Visit our profile at 16 00 UTC, READ THE RULES, see the questions, find the answers and get rubies for it!

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February 20, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

DID YOU KNOW THAT...

... one of the first English pirates was Lady Aethelflaed? On the death of her husband she took over the captaincy of the English fleet and sallied forth to fight the Vikings in the early tenth century. Her father was even more famous than she was. Her father was Alfred the Great. The daughter, sister, and wife of Kings, Aethelflaed lived in violent times. When her husband Aethelred of Mercia was killed fighting the Vikings she took up the leadership of her people and made a pretty good job of it. She defeated the invaders in battle at Derby and Leicester, and even led an army to invade Wales. For a woman to lead men to victory in battle was very rare (though not unique, Queen Boudicca of the Iceni had set a precedent) at this period in history. Even the Viking population of Jorvik (York) made a treaty with Aethelflaed in order to have her protection from the new wave of Viking raiders. When Aethelflaed died, her daughter Aelfwyn came to power, but she was ousted by her uncle Edward, King of Wessex, who seized control of Mercia in his bid to unify England under his sole rule.

... the "Lady Pirate of Kootenay Lake" is something of a local legend in her part of British Columbia, Canada. Legends of her exploits abound; she dressed as a man until a severe injury, which cost her an eye, meant she was found out by a ship's doctor. With her secret exposed, she stole a boat and turned to piracy, striking terror into the hearts of everyone who crossed her path. Eventually she was betrayed by a member of her own crew, captured, and died in jail. Her name was Gunpowder Gertie Stubbs. Gertrude "Gunpowder Gertie" Stubbs has passed into legend, and has turned up as far away as Whitby in England as her fame spread. She was actually made up by a Kootenay primary school teacher during a local history field trip for her class of young children. The kids told their parents the story, believing it to be true, and the local paper printed it as an April Fool. The story was so plausible, it found its way to Bob Johnson's "This Day in History" show, and was repeated nationally, but sadly, Gertie only exists in the 'hearts and minds' of the children of Kootenay County.

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February 19, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

Captains!

Check out the group created for Pirates: Tides Of Fortune fans.

Discuss the game, share your success and find new friends in the game https://www.facebook.com/groups/360423037352377/

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February 19, 2013

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Need more Hearties? Check out our Add Me thread and post your requests there! There is no better place to meet your fellow captains!

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February 18, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

Quick Tips

Merchants' Guild

Improves the efficiency of your commerce by increasing the amount of Resources each Galleon can deliver (max. level 20). Research Smuggling Discovery to unlock construction of the Merchants' Guild.

For more information http://wiki.plarium.com/index.php?title=Pirates%3A_Tides_of_Fortune


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February 18, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

Captians!

How is your weekend going?

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February 16, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

By Poseidon's trident, there be reports of new Targets ripe for the picking! Quick - go find their bearings at the Lighthouse!

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February 15, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

"We must free ourselves of the hope that the sea will ever rest. We must learn to sail in high winds. "

Aristotle Onassis

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February 15, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

Arrrr! ‘Tis a joyous day indeed, me hearties! Raise yer glasses to each other n’ salute the Jolly Roger – for today be “Pirates: Tides of Fortune”’s Birthday!

Aye, ‘Twas on this day one year past that we first set sail in search o’ riches n’ glory - one year since ye pyrates, buccaneers, scallywags, n’ Gentlemen o’ Fortune climbed abourd Pirates: Tides of Fortune to terrorize the seven seas!

To celebrate, pleased we are to announce the winners o’ our Anniversary Review Contest. Will the followin’ pirates report to the quarter deck:

1st Prize and 5,000 RUBIES - Grigore Liviu

2nd Prize and 4,000 RUBIES - Troyan David

3rd Prize and 3,000 RUBIES - Jason Witt

As fer the rest o’ ye…. here’s to ye, lads n’ lasses! We thankee kindly for drinkin’, lootin’, pillagin’ and burnin’ yer way ‘cross these ‘ere waters, n’ toast yer health! May ye ever find the wind at yer back, calm seas before ye, and rum at ye next port o’ call!

Piratically Yours,

-Captain “Bonnie” Anne O’Malley and the “Pirates: Tides of Fortune” team
February 14, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

Captains!

Are you ready for St. Valentine's Day?

New Romantic Haven Decorations will help you to feel the holiday spirit!

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February 13, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

Shiver me timbers! We’ve spotted more Relic Targets just over the horizon! Call off shore leave and prepare to set sail - there be riches a-plenty for all!

Click to set sail http://bit.ly/PTOFortune
February 13, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

Captains!

We have prepared a new EXCLUSIVE wallpaper for you!

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If this post collects 400 LIKES and 200 SHARES you will find out!
February 13, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

DID YOU KNOW THAT...

... Red Legs Greaves was known for merely stealing the loot and leaving?
Greaves' greatest success was the capture of the Island of Margarita. After capturing the Spanish Fleet, he turned the guns of their warships against the forts which he then stormed and was rewarded with a huge booty of pearls and gold. He didn't sack the town or rape and torture Spaniards. Greaves retired to the life of a planter in the island of Nevis. One of his former victims turned him in for the bounty on his head. he was quickly tried and sentenced to be hanged. When the great earthquake came that destroyed the town in 1680 he was one of the few survivors. Greaves then turned pirate hunter, retired to a plantation and died of old age. He got the nickname "Red Legs" because his legs continually burned from the tropic sun.

...Sir Martin Frobisher (c. 1535 or 1539 – 15 November 1594) was an English seaman who made three voyages to the New World to look for the Northwest Passage. All landed in northeastern Canada, around today's Resolution Island and Frobisher Bay. On his second voyage, Frobisher found what he thought was gold ore and carried 200 tons of it home on three ships, where initial assaying determined it to be worth a profit of £5.1 per ton. Encouraged, Frobisher returned to Canada with an even larger fleet and dug several mines around Frobisher Bay. He carted 1,350 tons of the ore back where, after years of smelting, it was realized that both that batch of ore and the earlier one he had taken were worthless iron pyrite. As an English privateer/pirate, he collected riches from French ships.

... There was a person who protected people against pirates? St. Albinus of Angers was from an aristocratic Romano-French family, and lived in Brittany in the 5-6th centuries. He was a very pious man, and was famed for freeing slaves and prisoners, including those captured by pirates. He is the patron of many European coastal villages, and St.Aubin in Jersey is named after him.

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February 12, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

Pirates: Tides Of Fortune created a poll.

What can you tell about our new units? Which one you like the most? Your opinion is very important for us, Captains! February 12, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

Need more Hearties? Check out our Add Me thread and post your requests there! There is no better place to meet your fellow captains!

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February 11, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

Captains!

Have you ever been in Pirates: Tides Of Fortune Top 10?

Take a look at Raids Rankings of this week

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February 11, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

Captains!

Pirates: Tides Of Fortune birthday is coming!

Have you already taken part in our 1 Year Anniversary Contest?

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February 10, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

Have a great weekend!

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February 9, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

"There is one knows not what sweet mystery about this sea, whose gently awful stirrings seem to speak of some hidden soul beneath."

Herman Melville

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February 8, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

By Poseidon's trident, there be reports of new Targets ripe for the picking! Quick - go find their bearings at the Lighthouse!

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February 8, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

ATTENTION - NEW WEEKLY TARGET SCHEDULE!

Listen up, ye miserable scum!

From now on, ye'll be getting new Targets across the Spanish Main upon:

WEDNESDAY - Relic Targets

FRIDAY - Resource Targets

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February 8, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

Captains!

Have you added Pirates: Tides Of Fortune Community to your "interests" list?

Make sure you don't miss out the important posts! Click the "gear" icon and select "Add to Interest Lists" to change your settings.

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February 7, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

Captains!

It is time to find out who was the fastest and the smartest pirate of this week! Are you ready to know who won 500 RUBIES?

You did a great job and 3 randomly chosen winners get 500 RUBIES each.

So the lucky winners are:

- Lloyd Warren

- Ralph Garringer

- Sven Klause

And the correct answers are:

1. Which ship was Blackbeard's head suspended form?

- HMS Ranger

2. Which pirate captain refused amnesty and fled to the Bahamas, but was marooned after failing to capture a French Man-o-War?

- Captain Charles Vane. Vane and this crew happened upon a French Man-o-War and Vane chose not to attack the well-armed ship, figuring its plunder was not worth the risk. His crew was outraged and Vane was put in a small sloop and cast drift. Through a variety or circumstances Vane continued his pirate endeavors but eventually ended up on a ship where the Captain happened to know of him and took him to Port Royal to be hanged

3. What was the British Royal Navy's "ultimate pirate buster" ship called?

- The Swallow. Bartholomew Robert sailed into battle against this ship and got shot in the neck.

Don't miss your chance next time!
February 7, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

Ahoy!

It is time for the quiz!!

First read the rules as usual:

1. LIKE and SHARE this post so that everybody could see the questions.

2. Send us the answer to pirates_support@plarium.in.ua with the subject QUIZ FB (please include the link to your profile to the letter)

DO NOT write your answers as a comment to this question.

You have 12 HOURS to submit your answers!

3 winners will be chosen RANDOMLY and will get 500 RUBIES. The time of submission doesn't play crucial role anymore! Everybody can win!

Here are today's questions:

1) Which ship was Blackbeard's head suspended from?

2) Which pirate captain refused amnesty and fled to the Bahamas, but was marooned after failing to capture a French Man-o-War?

3) What was the British Royal Navy's "ultimate pirate buster" ship called?

Good luck to you all!
February 6, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

New Targets have been sighted, Cap’n! Three points off the starboard bow! Prepare to change course - ‘tis first come, first served me lads!

Follow the link to board your ship http://bit.ly/PTOFortune
February 6, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

Ahoy!

Are you ready to test your knowledge and get free RUBIES for it?

Visit our profile at 17 00 UTC, READ THE RULES, see the questions, find the answers and get rubies for it!

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February 6, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

DID YOU KNOW THAT...

...Wokou which literally translates like Japanese pirates, were pirates of varying origins who raided the coastlines of China and Korea from the 13th century onwards.
The term Wokou is a combination of "Wō" (倭) referring to Japanese, and "kòu" (寇), meaning "bandit". The earliest textual reference to the term "Wokou" as a Japanese invader comes from the Korean Gwanggaeto Stele erected in 414.

Panic escalated even further at the prospect of attack by pirates who, according to the 13th century scholar Zheng Sixiao "did not fear death". However, despite their savage temperament, the wokou, like the Japanese samurai, valued honour and, again like the samurai, combined savagery with scruple.

Wokou weapons spread terror and mayhem, in particular the deadly samurai-style sword which was honed to maximum sharpness. Some wokou carried a sword in each hand. Spears, tridents, bows and arrows and after 1542 when the Portuguese introduced them, guns also featured in wokou raids.

But even without the guns, the wokou assault of 1226 still managed to wreak fearful violence on the Korean mainland, "destroying people and houses and looting valuables", according to a Korean chronicler, "especially ‘silver articles’."

The wokou were rapacious, but Korean resistance was so ferocious that "half (the pirates) were killed or wounded". The wokou attempted to make a quick getaway, but were intercepted by Korean ships. Two wokou were captured and beheaded, but the rest managed to get away in the dark.

... Buccaneers were rovers who plied their sweet trade in the Caribbean. The original name is Boucanier; meaning someone who barbecues meat. The original buccaneers were hard, strong men who were involved in the wood trade. When economic times were tough, they resorted to piracy to make ends meet.

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February 5, 2013

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Shiver me timbers!
Captains, we had no doubts that ye know well yer enemies!
Let's congratulate our winners with your LIKEs and SHAREs!

So the right answer is Poseídos

Here is the list of randomly chosen winners

Giovanni Battista Foti
William Wan
Harald Wohlfeil
Jens Bischoff
Cedric Delehaye

Juliette Wurzer
Florin Dinca
Kobus Gouws
Gregory Aubert
Johan Banella

Hans Erik Kuiper
Paula Mcdonagh
Aurélien Huysentruyt
Alfonso Alexander Azcarate Duarte
Marinela Tencheva

Don't miss your chance to get free Rubies next time!
February 4, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

Captains!

Do ye want free Rubies?

Have ye recognized this Pirates: Tides Of Fortune creature? Ye need to name it in comments. This dreaded creature is a spawn of the depths and darkness. Make sure ye 'LIKE' and 'SHARE' the post before.

We will choose 15 random right answers from the thread and their authors will receive 300 Rubies each!
February 3, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

Captians!
How is your weekend going?

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February 2, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

"The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever."

Jacques Yves Cousteau

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February 1, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

What’s this?
Our scouts have found new Relic Targets!? By Black Bart’s garters, it’s every man for himself! Make ready to weigh anchor and plot a new heading for the nearest Target!

Follow the link to board your ship http://bit.ly/PTOFortune
February 1, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

Ahoy Captains!

‘Tis hard to believe it’s been a year already since our voyage began – and we’d like to know your impressions after this long at sea. We’re looking for outspoken Captains to send us their own personal review of the game – the good, the bad, and the ugly. What features do you like? How is it better or worse than other games? What can we improve? What was your first reaction when you started playing?

Learn more http://bit.ly/PTOFReview

Best o’ Luck to ye!
February 1, 2013

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