Characters / One Piece: Straw Hat Pirates

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The Straw Hat Pirates are a pirate crew that originated from East Blue, but have various members from different areas. They are the main focus and protagonists of the anime and manga One Piece, and are led by the main protagonist, Monkey D. Luffy. The "Straw Hats" are named after Luffy's signature hat that was given to him by Red-Haired Shanks, and are first referred to as the Straw Hat Pirates by Smoker in Alabasta. The crew sailed on the Going Merry, their first official Straw Hat ship, up until the Water 7 Arc. After the Enies Lobby Arc, they obtain a new ship called the Thousand Sunny. The Straw Hats currently consist of nine members whose combined bounties equal 1,570,000,100 Beli.

Following the events on the Sabaody Archipelago, all nine members were separated from one another. For two years, they trained in relatively isolated locations, becoming stronger for the sake of helping each other.

Following the events of the Dressrosa arc, the crew was also massively expanded; the main crew didn't change, but seven captains and their own crews joined the Straw Hats' ranks; forming the Straw Hat Grand Fleet. More details about them can be found here.

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Tropes pertaining to the entire crew

  • Almighty Janitors: The Straw Hats were a strong crew long before they actually started getting recognized by the world; during the early days, the government kept their exposure under wraps with various cover-ups and lies. As a result, they were often vastly underestimated and would shock the small groups of locals who witnessed their strength when they rolled into various countries and beat the crap out of whatever corrupt forces were there. Thanks to their undeniable rampage through Enies Lobby and Luffy's personal actions during their separation, their fame now matches their caliber and they're known as The Dreaded among most people. Their currently outdated and disproportionately low bounties (except Luffy) still keep this trope somewhat in play, though. More generally subverted by their most recent bounties, as Luffy's and Zoro's bounties in particular are now among the highest seen in the series.
  • Always Save the Girl: The crew goes before everything else. That level of devotion is where the Protagonist-Centered Morality comes from, as while the Straw Hats are genuinely good people, they tend to prioritize each other and their friends before everything else, even if it pits them against the laws and politics of the World Government.
  • Animal Motifs: They all have them. According to Oda, they are as follows: Monkey for Luffy, Shark for Zoro, Cat for Nami, Duck for Sanji, Armadillo for Usopp, Reindeer for Chopper, Crane for Robin, Bull for Franky and Horse for Brook. And for the ships, it's Sheep for the Going Merry and Lion for the Thousand Sunny. A cover also shows an alternate motif by showing the crew together with the animals: Zoro is a tiger, Sanji is a ram, a skeletal ostrich for Brook, a hawk for Robin, a rhino for Franky, and the rest remains the same. The reason for that may be because those animals, especially for those representing Zoro and Sanji, are more or less of the same proportions.
    • Additionally, in One Piece Unlimited Cruise, each of the Straw Hats had their own animal-themed costume:
      • Luffy: Lion
      • Zoro: Dragon
      • Nami: Tropical Fish
      • Usopp: Owl
      • Sanji: Goat
      • Chopper: Dinosaur
      • Robin: Butterfly
      • Franky: Rhinocerous
      • Brook: Swallow
  • Anti-Hero Team: They don't really care about politics, and as a rule have a "live and let live" attitude when it comes to the oppressive customs of countries they visit. Barbaric cruelty towards the helpless and/or innocent WILL rouse their anger, but in general they only fight tyrants when It's Personal. That being said, due their friendliness and generally good nature, they tend to make friends wherever they go. As a result, they almost always inevitably come in conflict with oppressive regimes harming their new allies. When they topple said regime to save them, they earn the friendship of all the inhabitants of islands they liberated.
  • Badass Crew: They may be a Ragtag Bunch of Misfits, but there's no denying that this crew considers each other family.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: They are one of the most amicable, fun-loving pirates who never try to instigate fights. But, they're NOT pushovers.
  • Beware the Silly Ones:
    • They are one of, if not THE most eccentric crews on the Grand Line. They are also one of the most powerful and legendary ones as well, having defied the World Government several times and have practically gotten away with it. They've broken into one of the most secure government facilities in the world, while Luffy, The Captain, has also broken into the other two. One of them, he broke into twice.
    • To clarify: The crew wages war on the World Government's courthouse and makes a mess of it, later nullified by the Buster Call out right destroying the whole island bringing down thousands of armed guards and the World Government's best assassins in the process. Then Luffy breaks into Impel Down, an underwater prison/fortress/hell and then breaks out with 240 other prisoners (only one other pirate had ever gotten out ever), and then arrives at the Marine Headquarters in the middle of a war with said escapees. By falling out of the sky in a battleship. A few days later he strolls back into the Headquarters, makes a statement by ringing a bell and having a moment of silence and then walks out.
    • They've also defeated three of the Seven Warlords of the Sea, a Carnival of Killers who are some of the biggest badasses in the setting.
    • This is contrasted amusingly when the crew met Law, who's the captain of a formidable crew in his own right, and was highly shocked when the crew shows their very unorthodox tendencies.
  • Break the Cutie: All of their backstories have shades of this, to varying degrees.
  • Bullying a Dragon: Not what they do, but what people do to them. Despite their fearsome reputation, there continues to be villains well below their league (like, let's say, Hody Jones and Caesar Clown) who insist on provoking them or people they befriend until they basically force them to kick their asses.
  • Bully Hunter: Not intentionally, but as of the Sabaody Archipelago Saga, the Straw Hats have become feared amongst tyrants and despots for being this trope.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: They're an utterly random collection of individuals, quirky as hell (even the relatively saner ones), and about as far from normal pirates in this series as one can get. Get on their bad side, though, and they'll show you just how they earned those seemingly ridiculous bounties. Here's the list, in the order in which they joined the crew: Zoro, first mate, is obsessed with strength, training, and swordsmanship, cannot find south with the help of a bird whose head always points south, and can cut steel with a sword (and that was before the timeskip); Nami, the navigator, is unbelievably competent at her job and guessing weather changes, can use well a weather-based weapon to call thunder upon any enemy, and is one of the two relatively sane members of the crew, but is also incredibly greedy; Usopp, the sniper, is a liar, a pessimist and a coward, but is a skilled artists, his lies have proven themselves useful many times, when necessary he has done acts of insane bravery, he's an hell of a Combat Pragmatist who can take on far stronger enemies, his pessimism made him immune to the powers of an enemy who could turn anyone else in a depressed wreck, and he's the goddamn' best sniper in the world; Sanji, the cook, is a womanizer who only fight with kicks to protect his hands, but his hands are what he uses as a Supreme Chef and his kicks put him on the Monster Trio of the crew with Luffy and Zoro; Chopper, the doctor, is a shape-shifting talking reindeer who is incredibly shy, and is both an incredibly skilled doctor and a fighter formidable enough to fight with the strongest opponents in the first half of the Grand Line and win; Nico Robin, the historian, is a Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant, a former assassin and brutally honest, but is also the sanest and most mature member of the crew and possibly the best historian in the world, and a formidable combatant; Franky, the shipwright, is a perverted speedo-wearing cyborg with a penchant for crying out "SUPER!", and has built himself into a cyborg and built the Cool Ship of the crew; Brook, the musician, is a a living skeleton with terrible puns and an obsession for women's underwear, who is also a genious musician, a formidable swordsman and used to be the captain of his own crew.
    • Though it can be misleading to put it like that since Brook wasn't the original captain and only inherited the position after the first captain (and half of the crew) contracted an icurable disease and left in order to not infect anyone else.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Every single one of them, to varying degrees. Even Nami and Usopp, by far the most grounded members of the crew, have their moments: Nami's reasoning flies straight out the window and plunges down into the sea the very moment money is mentioned, while Usopp is a perpetual liar whose fear often gets the best of him, and frequently joins in on Luffy's antics. Sanity is in no way a priority with this crew...
    • Cloudcuckoolander's Minder: ...but Luffy's head is so up in the clouds that everyone, including a similarly crazy Zoro, function as this for him.
  • Color-Coded Characters: According to Oda, each member has their own color scheme. Red for Luffy, Green for Zoro, Orange for Nami, Yellow for Usopp, Blue for Sanji, Pink for Chopper, Purple for Robin, Light Blue for Franky, and Black and White for Brook.
  • Commuting on a Bus: Due to the Party Scattering in the Sabaody Archipelago arc, the Straw Hat Crew (minus Luffy) spends almost the entirety of the Summit War Saga Out of Focus. note 
  • Cool Ship: Both the Going Merry and the Thousand Sunny.
  • Costume Evolution: After the Time Skip, the entire crew get entirely new clothes that symbolize Character Development and taking a level in badass.
  • Crime of Self-Defense: Their 'crimes' against the World Government are mainly for protecting themselves and their friends from pirates and corrupted members of the Government. Usopp even lampshaded it during the Fishman Island arc when he, Brook, Nami, and Zoro took King Neptune and his soldiers hostage by saying they wouldn't have done so if the latter hadn't attacked them first.
  • Cursed with Awesome: Aside from Nami, they have rather jubilant reactions to their bounties going up, with Chopper being continually disappointed that his is always so low. Indeed, to folks like them it can be as much of a benefit as a liability.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: ALL of the crew members have a painful past that makes you wanna give them a hug, especially Robin, Nami, Brook, and Luffy.
  • Did You Just Flip Off Cthulhu?: As noted in Beware the Silly Ones above, when one of their own (Robin) was captured by the World Government, they reacted by burning the World Government's flag, saving Robin, and leaving Enies Lobby in ruins, taking down CP9 in the progress. Thus why all of them get new/improved bounties three days afterward.
  • Does Not Like Spam: In an SBS question, a fan asked Oda what each crew member's least favorite food was.
    • Monkey D. Luffy: A certain shop's cherry pie
    • Roronoa Zoro: Chocolate (It's too sweet)
    • Nami: Orangette (Prefers actual fruit)
    • Usopp: Mushrooms (Got sick once)
    • Sanji: Konjac (Not nutritious)
    • Tony Tony Chopper: All things spicy (It's not sweet)
    • Nico Robin: Gum (Can't swallow it)
    • Franky: Marshmallow (It's not hard)
    • Brook: Lemon (Can't make a sour face)
  • The Dreaded: Following the timeskip, the crew has such an infamous reputation that only veteran New World pirates or vice-admiral class (or higher) fighters would dare to get on their bad side.
  • Dysfunction Junction: With the exception of Luffy at first, all of them have complicated quirks that somehow mesh together in a weird family bond unlike any other crew in the series.
  • Elemental Powers: Somewhat unusual version in-universe as none of them is a Logia:
  • Famed In-Story: In the beginning they're nobodies who get laughed at wherever they go. By the Time Skip they're considered one of the most dangerous pirate crews in the setting and are always instantly recognized.
  • Fire-Forged Friends: Really becomes evident during the climax of the Arlong arc, and reinforced during the Enies Lobby arc.
  • Fisher Kingdom: Fisher Crew, rather. It doesn't matter if you grew up as a stoic, paranoid child as you betray crews after crews like Robin, a Creepy Child whose default expression is a Psychotic Smirk like Law, or an infamous pirate feared and respected through the seas like Jinbei. The longer you spend time with the crew, the more their zaniness rubs on you, and sooner or later you'll find yourself making facial expressions you never think you would.
  • Flower Motifs: In an SBS question, a fan asked Yuriko Yamaguchi (Robin's voice actress) what flower would suit each of the Straw Hats. She gave the following combinations:
    • Monkey D. Luffy: Cosmos
    • Roronoa Zoro: Thistle
    • Nami: Sunflower
    • Usopp: Daisy
    • Sanji: Delphinium
    • Tony Tony Chopper: Tulip
    • Nico Robin: Casablanca
    • Franky: Anemone
    • Brook: Rose
  • Friend to All Children: The Straw Hats act as big brother/big sister figure towards the children they meet in their journey. Which means they don't take it very well when the Big Bad hurts one.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: To the world's eyes, Luffy started off as an overly-ambitious kid. Two years and a whole lot of adventures later, his crew is considered legendary, and the manga isn't even over yet!
  • A Hero to His Hometown: Their friends and families all regard their Wanted Posters as cause for celebration. (None of them have much love for the World Government.)
  • Heroes Fight Barehanded: Monkey D. Luffy fights without weapons at all, while his first mate Zoro (well, the closest thing he has to a first mate) is a swordmaster.
  • Heroic Neutral: They're pirates who do not commit acts of piracy. All around, they're the nicest crew in the series. When you closely examine their heroics though, you'll notice they very rarely go after any of the antagonists until one of their own gets targeted. This extends to people they consider allies as well.
  • Hey, You!: To Zoro, Sanji is "Cook", nothing more. To Sanji, Zoro is "Marimo" (ball seaweed, referring to his short green hair), nothing more.
    • In the dub, Sanji instead calls Zoro "Mosshead", nothing more.
  • Hidden Depths: Whether indicated in backstories or present events in the story, none of them are exactly what they seem at the surface.
  • Honorary True Companion: Vivi, Jinbe, and Law:
    • Vivi was given an offer to join the crew but had to turn it down due to her responsibilities in Alabasta. Despite that she remains a staunch friend and is notably the only person outside the crew to realize the true message of Luffy ringing the Ox Bell, though she lacked the context to understand what the message meant.
    • Jinbe was also given an invitation to the crew he turned down, but only to wrap up some business and he fully intends to take up the offer if it still stands by the time he's free to do so.
    • Law (and his crew by extension) makes a formal alliance with the Straw Hats and travels with them for a while; as a result, he is treated like a closer companion than the Straw Hats' usual one-arc allies...much to his own chagrin, since Luffy treats the alliance like a friendship pact as opposed to the business agreement Law envisioned. He nevertheless respects the Straw Hats, and gradually gets pulled into the crew's usual antics.
  • Hypercompetent Sidekick: Everyone is this to Luffy. Unless it's fighting, eating, or personal/friendship related, Luffy sucks at it. Luffy himself has acknowledged this.
  • The Idealist: A whole crew of them, unified by their unwavering desire to achieve their collective dreams.
  • Improbable Age: The crew as a whole qualifies, considering how powerful and well-known they are. Most of the crew are teenagers or young adults, and even the oldest members of the crew are fairly young (even Brook, who is 90 post-timeskip, died at age 38, which isn't terribly old).
  • It's Personal with the Dragon: Since Luffy's opponent in each arc is the main antagonist, the other Straw Hats face off against the minions. To justify facing their opponents, sometimes the Straw Hats have a personal reason to fight them.
  • Jack-of-All-Stats: As a whole, they are not physically stronger, faster, or smarter than other crews or the Marines. However, with each crew member falling under some varying niche, it allows them to exploit a weakness their opponents have, or one crewman cover the others when their weakness is exploited. For instance, when faced against Perona on Thriller Bark, only Usopp could stand against her as he was such a pessimist, her pessimist-causing ghosts became depressed by touching him.
  • Justified Criminal: Much like anyone who opposes the World Government, and their status as such tends to grow with every arc.
  • Let's Split Up, Gang: While rare in the beginning, after entering the New World because of the increasingly complicated problems they face, the strawhats frequently split into groups to complete different objectives.
  • Living Emotional Crutch: All of them are this to each other.
  • Lovable Rogues: Especially Brook and Chopper.
  • Mama Bear: The female members are fiercely protective over their mates.
  • Mysterious Past: The Monster Trio, all three of whom got the short end of the stick in regards to backstory. While we know the events that motivated them and inspired their dreams, their lives before that are virtually unknown. We know (or at least have idea) why Luffy ended up with Garp, but how and the circumstances surrounding it haven't be revealed yet. We have no idea where Zoro came from other than that once he decided he wanted to become a swordsman, he left home. We know Sanji came from North Blue, but how and why he ended up as an apprentice cook on a cruise ship sailing for East Blue isn't known. In short, the Monster Trio are both the strongest members of the crew and the most mysterious, in a way.
    • Right before the timeskip, we have learned more about Luffy's past: We learn that he was left to train under Garp and then ended up in the care of Dadan, a leader of bandits. Here, he met Ace and Sabo, how they became brothers and Sabo's supposed death. We are still left with questions about Luffy's mother though.
    • It seems that Sanji's past will be very important in the New World Apparently he comes from a family of famous assassins. Famous enough to have arranged a marriage between Sanji and one of Big Mom's daughters..
  • One-Man Army: Each of the crew members, except for Usopp (and even he is getting closer to being one).
  • Papa Wolf: The male members are fiercely protective over their mates.
  • Parental Abandonment: Most all of them had adoptive families; Usopp's the only member so far who's even shown to have both biological parents, and even then, when he was a kid his father left and never came back, and soon after his mother died of an illness.
  • Party Scattering: At the end of the Sabaody Archipelago arc, courtesy of Bartholomew Kuma. They get back together after the Time Skip.
  • The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: Their only legitimate act of theft was to steal some gold from the Shandorians... who would have given them far more if they hadn't run away!
  • The Power of Friendship: The mere hint that one of their companions is troubled or in danger by an outside force will make them rise up to defend the friend. Even making them withstand what should be normally fatal attacks or situations simply because their friends need them.
  • The Power of Love: Many of Luffy's actions are driven out of the intense love he has for his crew — there is nothing in the world Luffy wouldn't do for them. They in turn are willing to do almost anything for him, putting up with his selfishness without a second thought.
  • Quantity vs. Quality: Definitely a win for quality. Despite being smaller than most organized crews, the Straw Hats have proven to be one of the most dangerous crews in the world. When Luffy declared he wanted at least 10 members for his crew, he knew he wanted them to be on par, hence the reason he chooses highly specialized members instead of just anyone he comes across.
  • Ragtag Bunch of Misfits:
    • The crew consists of a rubber man, a swordsman, a thief and meteorologist, a cowardly sniper, a kick-boxing chef, a shape-shifting reindeer doctor, an archeologist, a soda-run cyborg, and a living skeleton.
    • This at least partially on purpose. Two specific examples are Chopper and Brook whom Luffy recruited just because they were notoriously weird even for One Piece standards.
    • Combine them with the Straw Hat Grand Fleet and they take this Trope one step further.
  • Red Baron: All members have one, to go along with their badassery. The only one whose nickname isn't badass is Chopper, whose cute appearance led the Marines to believe he's the crew's pet.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot:
    • The entire male crew's mouths could use a serious scrubbing with industrial-strength disinfectant; somewhat justified in that they do literally "swear like sailors." The Taiwanese translation of the manga in particular give them vocabulary so foul and vulgar it would make Eminem himself blush in embarrassment.
    • Nami can be almost as rough as the guys, though she is not very fond of Toilet Humor and thus usually avoids words like "shit". She can be more than the guys in certain translations (like in the Danish and German ones), probably to compliment her Pirate Girl image.
    • The first volume of the Viz translation used profanity abundantly, but it was quickly toned down for the rest of the series. The Funimation dub has a majority of the male crew members (and Nami) swear rather frequently, with Robin and Brook being the least profane and Sanji and Zoro among the most.
  • Spanner in the Works: This crew is the main reason why several villainous plots on the Grand Line haven't succeeded. It's either because they befriended someone who just happened to be directly affected by said plot, or thwarted said plot unknowingly while trying to accomplish a completely different goal.
  • Took a Level in Badass: They start out well enough with Luffy, Nami, and Zoro. But with each arc finished, they Level Grind to a stronger point of Badass and gain a new member, each one even more awesome than the last. Then there was their jump after the time skip, to the point a previous hurdle was taken out with a basic attack.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: In an SBS question, a fan asked what each of the Straw Hats' favorite food were. Oda gave the following as a reply:
    • Monkey D. Luffy: ALL KINDS OF MEAT.
    • Roronoa Zoro: White rice, sea king meat, and anything that complements ale.
    • Nami: Mainly tangerines as well as other kinds of fruit.
    • Usopp: Pike from an autumn island as well as other fish of the season, hates mushrooms (got sick once).
    • Sanji: Spicy seafood pasta and food that complements black tea.
    • Tony Tony Chopper: Cotton candy, chocolate, and other sweet food and drinks.
    • Nico Robin: Sandwiches, cakes that aren't too sweet, and food that complements coffee.
    • Franky: Hamburgers, french fries, and food that complements cola.
    • Brook: Tea and takoyaki.
  • True Companions:
    • This series was the original Trope Namer before finally being changed (after 3 attempts). See: Nakama.
    • Their bond is so strong, that they literally declared war on the world for one of their own.
    • Despite Sanji being a Chivalrous Pervert, Sanji turned down Pudding, a sweet girl he was forced to marry. He stayed loyal to his crew. Luffy, Nami, Brook, and Chopper were even shocked at the fact.
  • Two Girls to a Team: Robin and Nami to the guys.
  • Underestimating Badassery: Can go both ways with this crew. On the one hand, they'll happily jump to meet the next challenge, regardless of the danger posed (in fact, Luffy would have it no other way). On the other, their enemies are equally caught off guard by just how much trouble this crew can make when they set their minds to it, as lampshaded by Trafalgar Law.
  • Undying Loyalty: No matter whatever hardships they face, no matter the burdens they carry, not a single member of this crew will ever betray Luffy. Ever. Likewise, this crew is the main reason why Luffy bothers continuing to live.
  • Unwitting Pawn: Possibly to Trafalgar Law, depending on what exactly his true intentions are.
    • Turns out they're more of Spanners In The Works since Law's plan isn't going as smoothly as he liked. For one, the captain felt the need to not follow it through because he got too pissed off with the target, and sent him flying.
    • Mentioned by Law himself. When Smoker confronts him about this after the battle at Punk Hazard is over, Law mentions he is not so sure who is using who. He is referring to Luffy's plan of fighting all of the Four Emperors. This makes sense as before we found out it was Kaidou, Luffy had plans to fight 3 out of the 4. Shanks because of their promise, Blackbeard for retribution and Big Mom to free Fishman Island. With Kaido being targeted by Law, this alliance serves Luffy's purposes to take down all of them, as long as Shanks is last.
      • It became evident in Chapter 700 that Law, despite being the one who's calling the shots on the plan they have to take down Kaido, is not the one in control, and probably never was in the first place. He's eventually going to realize that Luffy does what he wants and does not give a damn about the consequences. Then he'll realize that he's being sucked into Luffy's circle, just like Luffy's entire crew did when each of them first met him.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: Read any chapter and you're likely to find one of them yelling at another one (Sanji and Zoro, though, take the cake on this one). Don't ever let that fool you, though, they're as close as family.
  • Weirdness Magnet: It's deliberate. Most pirate crews on the Grand Line carefully calculate their routes to avoid danger. This crew on the other hand goes on the most dangerous route possible for the captain's amusement.
    • It gets worse in the New World. The Log Pose there has three needles, and the ones that shake the most violently are the most dangerous. Nami has a major freak out about the possibility of Luffy finding out (which he does, mere moments later).
  • What Could Have Been: In-Universe example. In an SBS question, a fan asked Oda what each crew member's career of choice would be if they weren't pirates, and he provided a response to the question made by another fan, seeing as they were suitable enough:
    • Monkey D. Luffy: A Firefighter
    • Roronoa Zoro: A Police Officer
    • Nami: A Childcare Worker
    • Usopp: A Graphic Designer
    • Sanji: A Beauty Salon Worker
    • Tony Tony Chopper: An Elementary School Teacher
    • Nico Robin: A Cabin Attendant
    • Franky: A Pilot
    • Brook: A Detective
  • Wild Card: There exists a tentative stability between the pirates and the Marines, which most crews can be expected to abide by. The Straw Hats are not one of those crews.
  • Worth Living For: This crew is filled with misfits and (in society's eyes) freaks. There isn't much that many of them have to live for — but for many of them, this crew, their family, is enough.
    • After Ace's death, Luffy was close to crossing the Despair Event Horizon. Yet in the face of such an overwhelming tragedy, it is ultimately his crew that gives him the strength to move on and live his life, as Ace would've wanted him to.
  • Would Hit a Girl/Wouldn't Hit a Girl: The male members of the crew, or more specifically, the Monster Trio, having this in descending order. Luffy would hit a girl because it really doesn't matter who or what you are; if you piss him off, he will hurt you. Zoro will fight women, but he has a tendency to use the bare minimum of force it takes to defeat them. Sanji, however, will never hit a woman. It's not so much the belief that they're weak than it is his upbringing that prevents him from doing so. Though it doesn't stop him from bluffing, like he did with Robin back before she joined the crew. And he was willing to trade defensive kicks with Kalifa of CP9.

Individual Crew Members

Alternative Title(s): One Piece-Straw Hat Pirates

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