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* SpiritedYoungLady:
** Farah, very much so.
** At first glance, Venus would also be covered, but she doesn't have any hobbies her parents don't have, and she's not very outspoken.
** Isis appears as this, at times, but she's very conscious of her public image.
** Hana and Furia look like this, but they're a bit too rebellious.

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* HeadTiltinglyKinky: Venus walks into an armory and asks for some ammo for her ceremonial weapons. The guard was reading something that provoked this reaction.


* AManIsNotAVirgin Averted with Julius, who as a devout Catheric plans to remain celibate until marriage. [[spoiler:Though that didn't last long, much against his wishes.]] Played straight with several others.


** [[BrutalHonesty Dorn]] is also this at times to Remilia, as while he does love her he can't seem to get it through his head that part of being a good parent is ''helping'' your kids when they have a problem, rather than making them figure it out themselves and expressing visible disappointment when they can't match to your standards.

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** [[BrutalHonesty Dorn]] is also this at times to Remilia, as while he does love her he can't seem to get it through his head that part of being a good parent is ''helping'' your kids by giving support when they have a problem, rather than making them figure it out themselves and expressing visible disappointment when they can't match to your standards.


* AbusiveParents: [[TheBerserker Angron]] is often portrayed as this towards Furia, especially in the darker stories. Even at his most benevolent portrayals, he still has serious anger issues and keeps lashing out for the tiniest of issues. [[BrutalHonesty Dorn]] is also this at times to Remilia, as while he does love her he can't seem to get it through his head that part of being a good parent is ''helping'' your kids when they have a problem, rather than making them figure it out themselves and expressing visible disappointment when they can't match to your standards.

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* AbusiveParents: There's no doubt that ''all'' of the Primarchs love their daughters, but not all of them necessarily raise them with what could be called "proper" care...
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[[TheBerserker Angron]] is often portrayed as this towards Furia, especially in the darker stories. Even at his most benevolent portrayals, he still has serious anger issues and keeps lashing out for the tiniest of issues. issues.
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[[BrutalHonesty Dorn]] is also this at times to Remilia, as while he does love her he can't seem to get it through his head that part of being a good parent is ''helping'' your kids when they have a problem, rather than making them figure it out themselves and expressing visible disappointment when they can't match to your standards.


* AbusiveParents: [[TheBerserker Angron]] is often protrayed as this towards Furia, especially in the darker stories. Even at his most benevolent portrayals, he still has serious anger issues and keeps lashing out for the tiniest of issues.

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* AbusiveParents: [[TheBerserker Angron]] is often protrayed portrayed as this towards Furia, especially in the darker stories. Even at his most benevolent portrayals, he still has serious anger issues and keeps lashing out for the tiniest of issues. [[BrutalHonesty Dorn]] is also this at times to Remilia, as while he does love her he can't seem to get it through his head that part of being a good parent is ''helping'' your kids when they have a problem, rather than making them figure it out themselves and expressing visible disappointment when they can't match to your standards.

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* ModestRoyalty: Played with a lot. Venus's formal outfit is an unbelievably expensive number, with drakescale, a gold crown, ceremonial weapons of Custudes quality, and all kinds of bling. Freya's is a simple peasant's outfit. Angela's is a ballroom dress and tiara. Overall, each Daughter is expected to wear a formal version of what their adoptive mothers wear.


** The story is basically that the Emperor, in this timeline, took Eldrad's warnings about Chaos seriously, which resulted in him paying more attention to his sons, which prevented them from falling to Chaos. Once the Galaxy was conquered (with the Imperium being more open to alliances with various xeno races (though not completely, it's still the Imperium, after all)), the Emperor realized that his Primarchs would need something to do after they were done conquering the galaxy. DependingOnTheWriter, the Emperor either then made the daughters using the same process he used to create them, or the Primarchs made their daughters the old-fashioned way (the second option is [[HotSkittyOnWailordAction constantly lampshaded]]).

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** The story is basically that the Emperor, in this timeline, took Eldrad's warnings about Chaos seriously, which resulted in him paying more attention to his sons, which prevented them from falling to Chaos. Once the Galaxy was conquered (with the Imperium being more open to alliances with various xeno races (though not completely, it's still the Imperium, after all)), the Emperor realized that his Primarchs would need something to do after they were done conquering the galaxy. DependingOnTheWriter, the Emperor either then made the daughters using the same process he used to create them, the Primarchs, or the Primarchs made their daughters the old-fashioned way (the second option is [[HotSkittyOnWailordAction constantly lampshaded]]).


** The story is basically that the Emperor, in this timeline, took Eldrad's warnings about Chaos seriously, which resulted in him paying more attention to his sons, which prevented them from falling to Chaos. Once the Galaxy was conquered (with the Imperium being more open to alliances with various xeno races (though not completely, it's still the Imperium, after all)), the Emperor realized that his Primarchs would need something to do after they were done conquering the galaxy, and using the same process he used to create them, made the daughters.

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** The story is basically that the Emperor, in this timeline, took Eldrad's warnings about Chaos seriously, which resulted in him paying more attention to his sons, which prevented them from falling to Chaos. Once the Galaxy was conquered (with the Imperium being more open to alliances with various xeno races (though not completely, it's still the Imperium, after all)), the Emperor realized that his Primarchs would need something to do after they were done conquering the galaxy, and galaxy. DependingOnTheWriter, the Emperor either then made the daughters using the same process he used to create them, or the Primarchs made their daughters the daughters.old-fashioned way (the second option is [[HotSkittyOnWailordAction constantly lampshaded]]).


Once upon a time at Website/FourChan's traditional gaming board, /tg/, a user asked what the Primarchs from ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' would be like as children. That just happens on 4chan, you see. The question was just dumb enough to capture some users' attention, however, and it took off. People then wondered what they would be like as female children. Then someone asked what they would be like as high school students. Then someone asked what they would be like if you were asking their kids out on a date. Three years later, there are over fifty stories for the setting. Yes.

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Once upon a time at Website/FourChan's traditional gaming board, /tg/, a user asked what the Primarchs from ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' would be like as children. That just happens on 4chan, you see. The question was just dumb enough to capture some users' attention, however, and it took off. People then wondered what they would be like as female children. Then someone asked what they would be like as high school students. Then someone asked what would happen if they were the Primarchs' ''daughters'' instead of the Primarchs themselves. Then someone asked what they would be like if you were asking their kids those daughters out on a date. Three years later, there are over fifty stories for the setting. Yes.


Once upon a time at 4chan's traditional gaming board, /tg/, a user asked what the Primarchs from Warhammer40K would be like as children. That just happens on 4chan, you see. The question was just dumb enough to capture some users' attention, however, and it took off. People then wondered what they would be like as female children. Then someone asked what they would be like as high school students. Then someone asked what they would be like if you were asking their kids out on a date. Three years later, there are over fifty stories for the setting. Yes.

After about a year and a half, post-creation, interest tapered off in the series, as happens on the internet. However, a 4chan user by the name of Someone else., otherwise known as the Fanfic/TalesOfTheEmperasque guy, decided that the project needed revival. In conjunction with two other users named Ahriman's Aide and Darkmage, Someone else. wrote a short story in the setting, named Just Another Day on Void Platform 13. Shortly thereafter, the three off them took off running, and have added nearly ten more stories to the setting.

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Once upon a time at 4chan's Website/FourChan's traditional gaming board, /tg/, a user asked what the Primarchs from Warhammer40K ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' would be like as children. That just happens on 4chan, you see. The question was just dumb enough to capture some users' attention, however, and it took off. People then wondered what they would be like as female children. Then someone asked what they would be like as high school students. Then someone asked what they would be like if you were asking their kids out on a date. Three years later, there are over fifty stories for the setting. Yes.

After about a year and a half, post-creation, interest tapered off in the series, as happens on the internet. However, a 4chan user by the name of Someone else., otherwise known as the Fanfic/TalesOfTheEmperasque ''Fanfic/TalesOfTheEmperasque'' guy, decided that the project needed revival. In conjunction with two other users named Ahriman's Aide and Darkmage, Someone else. wrote a short story in the setting, named Just Another Day on Void Platform 13. Shortly thereafter, the three off them took off running, and have added nearly ten more stories to the setting.



* BewareTheNiceOnes: Morticia. Morticia's a nice enough girl, but she has a cruel side to her that her family doesn't get to see much. Even Freya, the most perky and carefree-seeming of the daughters, can be downright vicious when provoked. Given that her father is Leman Russ, however, this is hardly a surprise.

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* BewareTheNiceOnes: Morticia. BewareTheNiceOnes:
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Morticia's a nice enough girl, but she has a cruel side to her that her family doesn't get to see much. Even much.
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Freya, the most perky and carefree-seeming of the daughters, can be downright vicious when provoked. Given that her father is Leman Russ, however, this is hardly a surprise.



* DeanBitterman: Commisar Yarrick, the only non-astartes bitter and badass enough to break up fights between Hana and Furia

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* DeanBitterman: Commisar Commissar Yarrick, the only non-astartes non-Astartes bitter and badass enough to break up fights between Hana and Furia Furia.



* HistoricalInJoke: In the original version of canon Warhammer40K, there was a character named Ollanius Pius. He was a simple guardsman who stood between Horus and the Emperor to try to stop the former from killing the later, and dying for his trouble. His death at Horus' hands told the Emperor that Horus was truly corrupted by Chaos, allowing the Emperor to strike the final blow and slay Horus. In this timeline? Julius Pius, son of Ollanius, is ''dating'' Isis, daughter of Horus.

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* HistoricalInJoke: In the original version of canon Warhammer40K, 40K, there was a character named Ollanius Pius. He was a simple guardsman who stood between Horus and the Emperor to try to stop the former from killing the later, and dying died horribly for his trouble. His death at Horus' hands told the Emperor that Horus was truly corrupted by Chaos, allowing the Emperor to strike the final blow and slay Horus. In this timeline? Julius Pius, son of Ollanius, is ''dating'' Isis, daughter of Horus.



* ShoutOut: Loads of them. {{Blackadder}}, Film/RedDawn1984, Series/PowerRangersRPM, various LetsPlays, LordOfTheRings...
* SpiritedYoungLady: Farah. Very much so. At first glance, Venus would also be covered, but she doesn't have any hobbies her parents don't have, and she's not very outspoken. Isis appears as this, at times, but she's very conscious of her public image. Hana and Furia look like this, but they're a bit too rebellious.

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* ShoutOut: Loads of them. {{Blackadder}}, Series/{{Blackadder}}, Film/RedDawn1984, Series/PowerRangersRPM, various LetsPlays, LordOfTheRings...
Liteature/TheLordOfTheRings...
* SpiritedYoungLady: Farah. Very SpiritedYoungLady:
** Farah, very
much so. so.
**
At first glance, Venus would also be covered, but she doesn't have any hobbies her parents don't have, and she's not very outspoken. outspoken.
**
Isis appears as this, at times, but she's very conscious of her public image. image.
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Hana and Furia look like this, but they're a bit too rebellious.



* TechnicolorEyes: Venus and Isis. Venus has glowing, solid red ones, which actually emit heat and light, and Isis' eyes are more normal, but orange. Miranda and Angela's eyes glow when they're using their powers.

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* TechnicolorEyes: Venus and Isis. TechnicolorEyes:
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Venus has glowing, solid red ones, which actually emit heat and light, and light
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Isis' eyes are more normal, but orange. orange.
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Miranda and Angela's eyes glow when they're using their powers.



* AManIsNotAVirgin
** Averted with Julius, who as a devout Catheric plans to remain celibate until marriage. [[spoiler:Though that didn't last long, much against his wishes.]] Played straight with several others.

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* AManIsNotAVirgin
**
AManIsNotAVirgin Averted with Julius, who as a devout Catheric plans to remain celibate until marriage. [[spoiler:Though that didn't last long, much against his wishes.]] Played straight with several others.



* CelibateHero
** Julius.
* ClusterFBomb
** Venus flips the hell out after [[spoiler:her casual use of authority while taking her boyfriend out to dinner nearly makes him drop off the edge of the Earth, thanks to an overzealous bodyguard]].

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* CelibateHero
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CelibateHero: Julius.
* ClusterFBomb
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ClusterFBomb: Venus flips the hell out after [[spoiler:her casual use of authority while taking her boyfriend out to dinner nearly makes him drop off the edge of the Earth, thanks to an overzealous bodyguard]].



** Vulkan drops one of these on [[spoiler: Palozzi]] in Bleeding Out, though in fairness they had never actually met before.

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** Vulkan drops one of these on [[spoiler: Palozzi]] [[spoiler:Palozzi]] in Bleeding Out, though in fairness they had never actually met before.



* FountainOfYouth
** Well, Syringe of Youth.
* FriendlyAddressPrivileges
** This is toyed with. At first, it seems like the Daughters all really hate being addressed formally...but then you remember that several of them don't even HAVE last names. Venus especially tells nearly everyone she meets that doesn't actually work for her or her father to call her Venus alone. Remilia jokes about the phenomenon in ROAD TRIP!.
* HeelRealization
** Kind of. In Bleeding Out, the shooter who causes the titular injury regrets not that he hurt someone, but that he hurt the specific person he hurt.

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* FountainOfYouth
**
FountainOfYouth: Well, Syringe of Youth.
* FriendlyAddressPrivileges
**
FriendlyAddressPrivileges: This is toyed with. At first, it seems like the Daughters all really hate being addressed formally...but then you remember that several of them don't even HAVE last names. Venus especially tells nearly everyone she meets that doesn't actually work for her or her father to call her Venus alone. Remilia jokes about the phenomenon in ROAD TRIP!.
* HeelRealization
**
HeelRealization: Kind of. In Bleeding Out, the shooter who causes the titular injury regrets not that he hurt someone, but that he hurt the specific person he hurt.



* ImmortalityBeginsAtTwenty
** Well, twenty eight.
* ImmortalityInducer
** [[spoiler: In some stories, this exists. Not in all of them.]]
* ImmortalProcreationClause
** Interestingly, some of the girls are perfectly fertile. Some others, however...
* LivingForeverIsAwesome
** The reader will find themselves hoping so, because those girls are going NOWHERE.

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* ImmortalityBeginsAtTwenty
**
ImmortalityBeginsAtTwenty: Well, twenty eight.
* ImmortalityInducer
**
ImmortalityInducer: [[spoiler: In some stories, this exists. Not in all of them.]]
* ImmortalProcreationClause
**
ImmortalProcreationClause: Interestingly, some of the girls are perfectly fertile. Some others, however...
* LivingForeverIsAwesome
**
LivingForeverIsAwesome: The reader will find themselves hoping so, because those girls are going NOWHERE.
NOWHERE.



* PassiveAggressiveKombat
** Joseph Kimball-Carlin, all the way. Even Remilia shows shades of it, but only when she feels backed into a corner.
* POVBoyPosterGirl
** For most of the Meet the Primarchs stories and Venus' Burn.
* RagsToRoyalty
** For a few of the girls' boyfriends, at least, by the end of the last few stories. The rest of the Imperium is still pretty stratified, though not as bad as in the canon 40K, which has effectively no social movement.
* RetGone
** The steadfast and unbroken policy of all WHH authors is that while stories may reference each other, NO story has primacy, NO story has canon status, and EVERY author should write in the setting as if theirs was the only story in it. Essentially, every story [[RetGone Ret Gones]] the others. Obviously stories by the same author will reference each other more than others, but you needn't read Venus' Burn for ROAD TRIP! to make sense, etc.
* RoadTripRomance
** ROAD TRIP!.
* SexEqualsDeath
** Julius breaks his vows of abstinence, and three days later [[spoiler:the girl he broke them with is killed by a Daemon and dies in his arms.]]
* ShowerOfAngst
** Several times in several different stories.
* ShowerOfLove
** Thanks to Venus' high body temperature, this actually becomes somewhat necessary for her boyfriend in Venus' Burn.

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* PassiveAggressiveKombat
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PassiveAggressiveKombat: Joseph Kimball-Carlin, all the way. Even Remilia shows shades of it, but only when she feels backed into a corner.
* POVBoyPosterGirl
**
POVBoyPosterGirl: For most of the Meet the Primarchs stories and Venus' Burn.
* RagsToRoyalty
**
RagsToRoyalty: For a few of the girls' boyfriends, at least, by the end of the last few stories. The rest of the Imperium is still pretty stratified, though not as bad as in the canon 40K, which has effectively no social movement.
* RetGone
**
RetGone: The steadfast and unbroken policy of all WHH authors is that while stories may reference each other, NO story has primacy, NO story has canon status, and EVERY author should write in the setting as if theirs was the only story in it. Essentially, every story [[RetGone Ret Gones]] {{Ret Gone}}s the others. Obviously stories by the same author will reference each other more than others, but you needn't read Venus' Burn for ROAD TRIP! to make sense, etc.
* RoadTripRomance
**
RoadTripRomance: ROAD TRIP!.
* SexEqualsDeath
**
SexEqualsDeath: Julius breaks his vows of abstinence, and three days later [[spoiler:the girl he broke them with is killed by a Daemon and dies in his arms.]]
* ShowerOfAngst
** Several
ShowerOfAngst: everal times in several different stories.
* ShowerOfLove
**
ShowerOfLove: Thanks to Venus' high body temperature, this actually becomes somewhat necessary for her boyfriend in Venus' Burn.



** Gairwyn to [[spoiler:Freya]]. Misja to Venus, kind of. George, eventually and with some reluctance, to his son.

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** Gairwyn to [[spoiler:Freya]]. [[spoiler:Freya]].
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Misja to Venus, kind of. of.
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George, eventually and with some reluctance, to his son.



*** Although this backfired with a Serf talking to Freya, who actually ''couldn't'' speak gothic, except a few words.
* TokenReligiousTeammate
** Faith and Julius. In the thoroughly secular Imperium, they are the only ones who still profess belief in a higher power.
** Well, openly, anyway.
* TwoPersonPoolParty:
** ROAD TRIP! Then again, it was hardly a surprise.
* WarIsHell
** The Seadelant War. It's implied that certain other Imperial fronts are under Ork attacks too, and the Imperium doesn't win all of them.
* YouAreNotAlone
** Poor Alex gets this at least three times over.

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*** Although this backfired with a Serf talking to Freya, who actually ''couldn't'' speak gothic, Gothic, except a few words.
* TokenReligiousTeammate
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TokenReligiousTeammate: Faith and Julius. In the thoroughly secular Imperium, they are the only ones who still profess belief in a higher power.
** Well,
power...well, openly, anyway.
* TwoPersonPoolParty:
**
TwoPersonPoolParty: ROAD TRIP! Then again, it was hardly a surprise.
* WarIsHell
**
WarIsHell: The Seadelant War. It's implied that certain other Imperial fronts are under Ork attacks too, and the Imperium doesn't win all of them.
* YouAreNotAlone
**
YouAreNotAlone: Poor Alex gets this at least three times over.


[[caption-width-right:349:Clockwise from top left: [[WrenchWench Farah Manus]], Venus, [[PerkyGoth Kelly Curze]], Corvus Cora, Morticia, Petra, Alpharia, Omegan, Roberta Guilliman, Remilia Dorn, [[TheBully Furia]], [[BikerBabe Hana Khan]], Miranda (bottom), [[{{Tomboy}} Freya Russ]], Faith Aurelian, Isis Lupercal, Lyra El'Jonson and WD, [[OurAngelsAreDifferent Ang]][[OurVampiresAreDifferent ela]], [[ThePerfectionist Victoria]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:349:Clockwise from top left: [[WrenchWench Farah Manus]], Venus, [[PerkyGoth Kelly Curze]], Corvus Cora, Morticia, [[ShrinkingViolet Morticia]], Petra, [[CreepyTwins Alpharia, Omegan, Omegan]], [[TheAce Roberta Guilliman, Guilliman]], Remilia Dorn, [[TheBully Furia]], [[BikerBabe Hana Khan]], [[{{Adorkable}} Miranda (bottom), (bottom)]], [[{{Tomboy}} Freya Russ]], [[PreachersKid Faith Aurelian, Aurelian]], Isis Lupercal, Lyra El'Jonson and WD, [[OurAngelsAreDifferent Ang]][[OurVampiresAreDifferent ela]], [[ThePerfectionist Victoria]]]]

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* DeanBitterman: Commisar Yarrick, the only non-astartes bitter and badass enough to break up fights between Hana and Furia


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* SuperCoach: Who else but the tactical genius that is Creed?

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* OverProtectiveDad: Leman Russ is this towards Freya, chasing away any boy that she spends time with if he so much smells the tiniest of pheromone in the air.

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* AbusiveParents: [[TheBerserker Angron]] is often protrayed as this towards Furia, especially in the darker stories. Even at his most benevolent portrayals, he still has serious anger issues and keeps lashing out for the tiniest of issues.

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