History Characters / FateGrandOrderUnclassed

9th Dec '17 12:42:49 PM narm00
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** First, she's unnaturally pale and has a horn growing out of her head. The result is somewhat inhuman looking, if perhaps still UglyCute. It may be an indication that her heritage - even if it doesn't actually exist - included Lovecraftian monsters.

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** First, she's unnaturally pale and has a horn growing out of her head. The result is somewhat inhuman looking, if perhaps still UglyCute. It may be an indication that her heritage - even if it doesn't actually exist - included includes Lovecraftian monsters.monsters, [[spoiler:even if said heritage never actually existed]].
9th Dec '17 9:43:08 AM SpaceDrake
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*** She actually [[https://i.imgur.com/wAOS4P7.jpg holds Migo]] in her full-profile art, but her portrait for the VN sections of Salem is cropped in such a way as to avoid showing this.
9th Dec '17 4:01:14 AM Nouct
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[[folder:Ereshkigal]]
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[[caption-width-right:350:The Goddess of the Dead]]
->'''Origin:''' Mesopotamian mythology\\
'''First appearance:''' ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'' (as "Rin Tohsaka")\\
'''Illustrated by''': Shizuki Morii\\
'''Voiced by''': Creator/KanaUeda

The sister of Ishtar and the goddess who rules the underworld, Irkalla, in Sumerian lore. She is the one who passes the laws and rules that dictate the underworld.

She appears in the Babylonia chapter as an antagonist-come-ally. Her precise class is unclear and unmentioned in-game to date, though evidence points to either Caster, Lancer, or Assassin.

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[[folder:Ereshkigal]]
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[[caption-width-right:350:The Goddess of the Dead]]
[[folder:Gareth]]
->'''Origin:''' Mesopotamian mythology\\
[[Myth/KingArthur Arthurian mythology]]\\
'''First appearance:''' ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'' (as "Rin Tohsaka")\\
'''Illustrated by''': Shizuki Morii\\
'''Voiced by''': Creator/KanaUeda

The sister
''Fate/Grand Order''

One
of Ishtar the Knights of the Round Table, and the goddess who rules second-youngest of the underworld, Irkalla, in Sumerian lore. She is "Orkney siblings". In ''Grand Order'', she sided with the one who passes Lion King during the laws Round Table's initial summoning and rules that dictate invasion of Jerusalem, but just couldn't take the underworld.

She appears in
strain of what she had to do and eventually arranged her own death at the Babylonia chapter as an antagonist-come-ally. hands of her fellows, all of whom keenly feel her loss by the time the player arrives. Her precise class is unclear and unmentioned in-game to date, though evidence points to largely unknown, although it was presumably either Caster, Lancer, one of the three Knight classes, or Assassin.Rider.



* {{Adorkable}}: She ''wants'' to be a hardass death god, but her enormous crush on the protagonist leads to her having a wealth of moments where she's both adorable and pretty silly. She notably has even more "goofy" expressions than Ishtar does, and her "delight" expression, for example, features ''[[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/screenshot_20161223_043723_copy.png twinkling happiness stars]]''.
** She also panics when she sees Fou in Chapter 7 of Babylon, thinking he was going to eat her, even calling him a Beast of Calamity. [[spoiler: She was right.]]
* AntiMagic: In the hard version of her boss fight, she will use a skill that locks all skills and NP every single turn. It has a good chance of missing, though.
* BackForTheFinale: Joins the protagonist in the battle within Solomon's Temple.
* BreakoutCharacter: She's proved to be as popular as her sister Ishtar despite being unplayable and not even having a proper Servant form in-game. It's pretty impressive for someone whose inclusion and role in the story were last minute additions, but the fans just loved how cute and dorky she was and latched on to her immediately. Responding to her popularity, [=DelightWorks=] indicated that they wanted to add her to the game eventually, though she's still not playable yet.
* DarkIsNotEvil: Despite being the actual member of the Goddess alliance unlike Ishtar and saying she wants humanity to reside in Irkalla, the protagonist and Gilgamesh both know she's only obeying her duty as the ruler of the underworld and prefers the living humanity over the dead.
* GrandTheftMe: She and Ishtar were both summoned at the same time in Babylonia before the protagonist arrived. As a result they both share different aspects of their host Rin Tohsaka's character. More amusingly, she also borrows Ishtar's body when she's asleep so she can talk to the protagonist while pretending to be her sister.
* HeelFaceTurn: Performs one in steps over the course of Babylonia, especially once she begins to develop some ''serious'' romantic feelings for the protagonist.
* HeroicSacrifice: Helps drag Tiamat down into her own domain and buffs the protagonists party for their battle against Tiamat, sacrificing her life in the process.
* LiteralSplitPersonality: Ishtar actually possesses one half of Rin. The other half went to Ereshkigal and was possessed by her.
* OurGhostsAreDifferent: Her boss form is a ghost monster. Though it's not her true appearance.
* ShesGotLegs: Just like her sister, as per usual for Rin.
* SiblingRivalry: Has one with Ishtar. Even the trials she sets for the protagonist to answer are about which of them is better.
* {{Tsundere}}: Like Rin, and like Ishtar. A lot more obviously than either of them, even, due to loneliness, her resulting ''gigantic'' crush on the protagonist and her desperate attempts to look evil and uncaring.
* UnexplainedRecovery: She returns with the same form and memories she had in Babylonia for the battle against Solomon and his pillars, despite having mentioned that both would be lost after her HeroicSacrifice. Her compatriots do needle her a bit about this (as can the protagonist), but there's no real time to ask further in-universe.
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[[folder:Gareth]]
->'''Origin:''' [[Myth/KingArthur Arthurian mythology]]\\
'''First appearance:''' ''Fate/Grand Order''

One of the Knights of the Round Table, and the second-youngest of the "Orkney siblings". In ''Grand Order'', she sided with the Lion King during the Round Table's initial summoning and invasion of Jerusalem, but just couldn't take the strain of what she had to do and eventually arranged her own death at the hands of her fellows, all of whom keenly feel her loss by the time the player arrives. Her class is largely unknown, although it was presumably either one of the three Knight classes, or Rider.
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8th Dec '17 1:24:35 AM VolsungsHeir
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* HeroesPreferSwords: Sigurd wields the demonic sword Gram.



* WreckedWeapon: Gram was shattered by spear of Odin the All-Father's Gungnir.

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* WreckedWeapon: Gram was shattered by the spear of Odin the All-Father's Gungnir.
8th Dec '17 1:22:58 AM VolsungsHeir
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* ItWasAGift: The shattered fragments of Gram was a gift to Sigurd from his mother Hjördís.


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* OnlyTheChosenMayWield: Whoever wields Gram are appointed King.


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* ReforgedBlade: Sigurd reforged Gram into a demonic sword from it's fragments.


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*RightfulKingReturns: Sigurd reclaims the old lands that his father Sigmund owned as a warrior prince in a war campaign against King Hunding and becomes King after marrying Gudrun.


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* WreckedWeapon: Gram was shattered by spear of Odin the All-Father's Gungnir.
7th Dec '17 1:57:04 AM Nouct
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[[folder:Caster Limbo]]
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!!Ashiya Doman
->'''Origin:''' Japan\\
'''First appearance:''' ''Fate/Grand Order''

An Onmyouji famously known as Abe no Seimei's rival, he is the instigator of an incident in a Subcategory Parallel World in ''Epic of Remnant'' part three.
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* ArcVillain: He is this for Shimosa.
* TheCorrupter: The creation of the Seven Swordsmen was his idea: by combining his sorcery into the summoning ritual, he managed to turn Servants into omnicidal undead monsters.
* TheHeavy: He mentions at the end that he was merely just a flunky sent by a higher-up to instigate the plot, using this parallel Shimosa.
* NightmareFace: He's kind of handsome, as long as he stays calm. Anger tends to badly distort his face and eyes, like a ComicalAngryFace without any comedy.
* OneWingedAngel: He transforms himself into a gigantic ghost to attack Musashi.
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[[folder:Caster Limbo]]
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!!Ashiya Doman
->'''Origin:''' Japan\\
'''First appearance:''' ''Fate/Grand Order''

An Onmyouji famously known as Abe no Seimei's rival, he is the instigator of an incident in a Subcategory Parallel World in ''Epic of Remnant'' part three.

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[[folder:Caster Limbo]]
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!!Ashiya Doman
[[folder:Merlin (Prototype)]]
->'''Origin:''' Japan\\
[[Myth/KingArthur Arthurian mythology]]\\
'''First appearance:''' ''Fate/Grand Order''

An Onmyouji famously known as Abe no Seimei's rival, he is the instigator
''Fate/Prototype: Pale Fragments of an incident in a Subcategory Parallel World in ''Epic Blue and Silver''\\
'''Voiced by''': Creator/AyakoKawasumi

The ''female'' Merlin
of Remnant'' part three.Arthur's world who sent him on a dimension-spanning quest to hunt down Beast VI.



* ArcVillain: He is this for Shimosa.
* TheCorrupter: The creation of the Seven Swordsmen was his idea: by combining his sorcery into the summoning ritual, he managed to turn Servants into omnicidal undead monsters.
* TheHeavy: He mentions at the end that he was merely just a flunky sent by a higher-up to instigate the plot, using this parallel Shimosa.
* NightmareFace: He's kind of handsome, as long as he stays calm. Anger tends to badly distort his face and eyes, like a ComicalAngryFace without any comedy.
* OneWingedAngel: He transforms himself into a gigantic ghost to attack Musashi.

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* ArcVillain: He TheCameo: A voice-only one in Arthur's Noble Phantasm animation as she announces whose seals are getting unlocked.
* GenderFlip: Her gender
is this for Shimosa.
flipped in ''Prototype''.
* TheCorrupter: The creation of TheUnseen: Though she briefly appears in Arthur's trial quest, she currently doesn't have any artwork in ''Grand Order'' or ''Prototype Fragments'' and the Seven Swordsmen was his idea: by combining his sorcery into the summoning ritual, he managed only physical description of her comes from ''Fragments'' which vaguely refers to turn Servants into omnicidal undead monsters.
* TheHeavy: He mentions at the end that he was merely just a flunky sent by a higher-up to instigate the plot, using this parallel Shimosa.
* NightmareFace: He's kind of handsome,
her as long as he stays calm. Anger tends to badly distort his face and eyes, like a ComicalAngryFace without any comedy.
* OneWingedAngel: He transforms himself into a gigantic ghost to attack Musashi.
beautiful.




[[folder:Merlin (Prototype)]]
->'''Origin:''' [[Myth/KingArthur Arthurian mythology]]\\
'''First appearance:''' ''Fate/Prototype: Pale Fragments of Blue and Silver''\\
'''Voiced by''': Creator/AyakoKawasumi

The ''female'' Merlin of Arthur's world who sent him on a dimension-spanning quest to hunt down Beast VI.

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\n[[folder:Merlin (Prototype)]]\n[[folder:Miyamoto Musashi]]
->'''Origin:''' [[Myth/KingArthur Arthurian mythology]]\\
Japan (16th century)\\
'''First appearance:''' ''Fate/Prototype: Pale Fragments of Blue and Silver''\\
'''Voiced by''': Creator/AyakoKawasumi

''Fate/Grand Order''

The ''female'' Merlin Grand Order timeline's original Musashi, unlike the [[Characters/FateGrandOrderSabers dimension-hopping lady]] that Chaldea is familiar with. Appears in ''Epic of Arthur's world who sent him on a dimension-spanning quest Remnant'' chapter three, and... he's seen better days to hunt down Beast VI.say the least.



* TheCameo: A voice-only one in Arthur's Noble Phantasm animation as she announces whose seals are getting unlocked.
* GenderFlip: Her gender is flipped in ''Prototype''.
* TheUnseen: Though she briefly appears in Arthur's trial quest, she currently doesn't have any artwork in ''Grand Order'' or ''Prototype Fragments'' and the only physical description of her comes from ''Fragments'' which vaguely refers to her as beautiful.

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* TheCameo: A voice-only one in Arthur's Noble Phantasm animation as she announces whose seals are getting unlocked.
* GenderFlip: Her gender
TheDiseaseThatShallNotBeNamed: Justified. It's feudal Japan, they didn't really have a good way to detect cancer at the time. All he knows is flipped in ''Prototype''.
that even breathing hurts like hell.
* GoOutWithASmile: [[spoiler: He passes away content, after Kojiro, fresh from the final battle of the chapter, tells him that yes, he did see Miyamoto Musashi and the Niten-Ichi-Ryuu reach the pinnacle of swordsmanship.]]
* HowTheMightyHaveFallen: He's a realistic depiction of Japan's most famous swordsman... at the end of his life: a feeble, decrepit old man wasting away from terminal lung cancer. He can't even laugh out loud, let alone swing a sword, and when Kojiro finally finds him all he can give is a heartfelt apology that they won't have their promised showdown.
* TheUnseen: Though she briefly appears All of his scenes are told in Arthur's trial quest, she currently doesn't have any artwork in ''Grand Order'' or ''Prototype Fragments'' and first-person narration, meaning we never actually see him. Given the only physical description of her comes from ''Fragments'' which vaguely refers to her as beautiful.poor shape he's in, that might be for the best.



[[folder:Miyamoto Musashi]]

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[[folder:Miyamoto Musashi]][[folder:Oda Nobukatsu]]
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'''First appearance:''' ''Fate/Grand Order''

The Grand Order timeline's original Musashi, unlike the [[Characters/FateGrandOrderSabers dimension-hopping lady]] that Chaldea is familiar with. Appears in ''Epic of Remnant'' chapter three, and... he's seen better days to say the least.

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'''First appearance:''' ''Fate/Grand Order''

Order''\\
'''Illustrated by''': pako

The Grand Order timeline's younger brother of [[Characters/FateGrandOrderArchers Oda Nobunaga]], born Nobuyuki. A major villain in the GUDAGUDA Meiji Revival event, where he attempts to put the Oda clan back in charge of Japan during the Bakumatsu era, long after their original Musashi, unlike the [[Characters/FateGrandOrderSabers dimension-hopping lady]] that Chaldea is familiar with. Appears in ''Epic of Remnant'' chapter three, and... he's seen better days to say the least.fall.



* TheDiseaseThatShallNotBeNamed: Justified. It's feudal Japan, they didn't really have a good way to detect cancer at the time. All he knows is that even breathing hurts like hell.
* GoOutWithASmile: [[spoiler: He passes away content, after Kojiro, fresh from the final battle of the chapter, tells him that yes, he did see Miyamoto Musashi and the Niten-Ichi-Ryuu reach the pinnacle of swordsmanship.]]
* HowTheMightyHaveFallen: He's a realistic depiction of Japan's most famous swordsman... at the end of his life: a feeble, decrepit old man wasting away from terminal lung cancer. He can't even laugh out loud, let alone swing a sword, and when Kojiro finally finds him all he can give is a heartfelt apology that they won't have their promised showdown.
* TheUnseen: All of his scenes are told in first-person narration, meaning we never actually see him. Given the poor shape he's in, that might be for the best.
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[[folder:Oda Nobukatsu]]
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->'''Origin:''' Japan (16th century)\\
'''First appearance:''' ''Fate/Grand Order''\\
'''Illustrated by''': pako

The younger brother of [[Characters/FateGrandOrderArchers Oda Nobunaga]], born Nobuyuki. A major villain in the GUDAGUDA Meiji Revival event, where he attempts to put the Oda clan back in charge of Japan during the Bakumatsu era, long after their original fall.
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6th Dec '17 11:44:59 AM SpaceDrake
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In the Camelot singularity, he is the Lion King's most [[TheDragon trusted advisor]].

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In the Camelot singularity, he is the Lion King's most [[TheDragon trusted advisor]]. His Class is never even hinted at in the singularity, although Saber and Assassin would both be good fits.
6th Dec '17 7:01:14 AM Ogiga99
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[[folder:Limbo Caster]]

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[[folder:Limbo Caster]][[folder:Caster Limbo]]
5th Dec '17 8:01:27 PM Arha
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* AmbiguousSituation: It's really unclear exactly ''what'' is going on with her, vis-a-vis how exactly she exists. [[spoiler:Her general competence and knowledge, especially given how she's aware of the nature of Salem and her family's history and even fictionality, along with the sheer alacrity with which she dispatches Hopkins (who is, by appearances, an adult several times her size) armed with nothing more than a ceremonial knife and her ability to avoid being shot or captured afterwards all really suggest that she's a Servant (and this is on top of having unique art, which is always a sign). Raum also mentions she could serve the same role as Abigail in his plan, leaning heavily on the idea that she is a potential Foreigner. However, crow-Raum is able to wound her mortally during the climax in the last witch trial, and she seems to bleed and die like a normal human... ''except'' that incarnated Servants in Salem do in fact bleed and die like normal humans and even leave corpses behind. But Sheba does manage to dispel that effect before the final confrontation with Abbie... except that Lavinia is wounded ''before'' this, and isn't a Chaldean Servant anyway. So she passes away in Abbie's arms... and '''then''' along comes The Gentleman, who among other things suggests that Abbie could somehow meet Lavinia again if she travels with him, and seems completely sincere. And then there's the fact that she herself admits she's ultimately fictional, which somewhat implies she may not be imprinted on the Throne of Heroes (being less than a relative century old, regardless). So ultimately we are left with more questions than answers about the whole truth of her existence in Salem.]]
* BadassAdorable: She's a quirkily cute pre-teen waif who is ''fully'' capable of [[spoiler:killing a grown man several times her size in ''moments'' armed with nothing more than a knife, knows rituals to help call down Elder Gods, and knows how to create the same kind of powder from her origin story that reveals hidden things - in this case, the true form of Demon Pillar Raum]].

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* AmbiguousSituation: AmbiguouslyHuman: It's really unclear exactly ''what'' is going on with her, vis-a-vis how exactly she exists. [[spoiler:Her general competence and knowledge, especially given how not clear whether she's aware of the nature of Salem human in two entirely different ways.
** First, she's unnaturally pale
and has a horn growing out of her family's history and head. The result is somewhat inhuman looking, if perhaps still UglyCute. It may be an indication that her heritage - even fictionality, along with the sheer alacrity with if it doesn't actually exist - included Lovecraftian monsters.
** Second, she has supernatural physical ability,
which implies she dispatches Hopkins (who is, by appearances, an adult several times her size) armed with nothing more than may be a ceremonial knife and her ability to avoid being shot Servant or captured afterwards all really suggest something similar [[spoiler:given that she's a Servant (and this is on top of having unique art, which is always a sign). Raum also mentions she could serve the same role as Abigail in his plan, leaning heavily on the idea that she is a potential Foreigner. However, crow-Raum is able to wound her mortally during the climax in the last witch trial, and she seems to bleed and die like a normal human... ''except'' that incarnated Servants in Salem do in fact bleed and die like normal humans and even leave corpses behind. But Sheba does manage to dispel that effect before the final confrontation with Abbie... except that Lavinia is wounded ''before'' this, and isn't a Chaldean Servant anyway. So she passes away in Abbie's arms... and '''then''' along comes The Gentleman, who among other things suggests that Abbie could somehow meet Lavinia again if she travels with him, and seems completely sincere. And then there's the fact that she herself admits she's ultimately fictional, which somewhat implies she may not be imprinted on the Throne of Heroes (being less than a relative century old, regardless). So ultimately we are left with more questions than answers about the whole truth of her fictional existence in Salem.]]
* BadassAdorable: She's a quirkily cute pre-teen waif who is ''fully'' capable of [[spoiler:killing a grown man several times her size in ''moments'' armed with nothing more than a knife, knows rituals to help call down Elder Gods, and knows how to create the same kind of powder
that was simply borrowed from her origin story a book.]] Features that reveals hidden things - distinguish humans from Servants [[spoiler:such as leaving a body behind]] don't apply in this case, the true form of Demon Pillar Raum]].Salem, either, which makes it unclear as to what she actually is.
5th Dec '17 7:35:27 PM nombretomado
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* RingOfPower: Andvaranaut, the ring of the dwarf Andvari in Myth/Norse Mythology (where it is stolen by Loki, then cursed by Andvari to bring the downfall of those who possess it, then given to a dwarf king as reparation for the accidental killing of his son, then stolen by the king's son, who transformed into a dragon, and then killed by Sigurd, who gave it to Brynhildr). While in DerRingDesNibelungen it is adapted into a magical ring that grants the power to rule the world, forged by the Nibelung dwarf Alberich from gold he stole from the Rhine maidens in the river Rhine.

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* RingOfPower: Andvaranaut, the ring of the dwarf Andvari in Myth/Norse Mythology (where it is stolen by Loki, then cursed by Andvari to bring the downfall of those who possess it, then given to a dwarf king as reparation for the accidental killing of his son, then stolen by the king's son, who transformed into a dragon, and then killed by Sigurd, who gave it to Brynhildr). While in DerRingDesNibelungen ''Theatre/TheRingOfTheNibelung'' it is adapted into a magical ring that grants the power to rule the world, forged by the Nibelung dwarf Alberich from gold he stole from the Rhine maidens in the river Rhine.
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