Embers and Ambrosia

 

Event Summary

Event Main Contact (Event Steward): Audny Refsdottir
Date: April 28 , 2017 until April, 30 2017
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on April 28th 2017
Site closes at: 12:00 AM on April 30th 2017

Event site:
Swiss Sportsman Club
9205 198th ave East Bonney Lake, WA 98391



***Site opens for general public at
3pm on Friday, Event staff, volunteers willing to help put up
classroom pavilions, and merchants are allowed on site at noon.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED FOR THIS EVENT!  Visual
schedule is on the baronial website, full description of classes is
listed below and on the baronial website:

http://blathaanoir.antir.sca.org/events-gatherings/embers-ambrosia/


EVENT TEAM:


Event Steward: HL Audny Refsdottir
Contact: moc.liamtoh@nihplod_nire,
253-306-5998 (Or Erin Severe on Facebook)

Deputy Steward: Maire Nic Shiobhan
Contact: moc.oohay@654doowkcalB

Site Coordinator/Sponsor: Jeremy Simmons
Contact: message Event steward with site questions

Merchant-crat: HL Alizand Thorgeirsson
Contact: moc.liamg@ednuazila

A&S Championship: HL Audny Refsdottir

Bardic Championship: Lady Annik de Venoix

Daffodil Tournament: HE Yusuf Ja’bar Timbuktuwwi and HL
Phydeaux Weir, with HL Ivan Leskov running Thrown Weapons

EVENT
INFO:

**Event highlights!** Find more info below, but for a quick rundown
of what to expect at this very busy event:

-The King and Queen will be attending!
-Morning court to start off the event and champion participants
declare their intent to compete during the day
-Class sign-ups directly after morning court on Saturday!
-Archery Tournament (Begins in the early afternoon)
-Archery and Thrown Weapons ranges (open all day)
-Vendors (open all day)
-Heraldry consult tables with your Kingdom Aestal Herald in
attendance
-Baronial A&S Championship (during the day)
-Baronial Bardic Championship (Evening before court)
-Classes for the arts and sciences (all day)
-Arts and Sciences demos and displays (Costumers Guild,
Embellishers Guild, Culinary Guild, and others are welcome to bring
items to show!)
-Classes for Marshallate interests including fighting theory with
Duke Paul of Bellatrix (all day)
-Youth activities with Dragon’s Lair’s Youth Officer and the
Kingdom Officer, including two classes for YAFA and opportunities
to sign off on activities worked on at home! 
-Baronial Tea (early afternoon)
-Evening court with their Majesties and the Baron and Baroness of
Blatha An Oir where the populace receives recognition for their
achievements and champions will be announced!
-Friday and Saturday evenings the building is open for board
games

Site Fee:
Write checks out to “Barony of Blatha An Oir, SCA inc.”
Adults: $15
Adult SCA Member Discount: $5
Children 17 and under: Free with legal guardian (Please bring minor
waivers!)
Sleeping tent fee: $10 per enclosed sleeping tent
RV: $15 dry, $20 with hook-up
Site amenities: Showers and flushing toilets, building with
electricity and small kitchen. If you would like to use the kitchen
please contact the event steward. You must clean up after
yourself
Dogs are allowed on leashes as long as owners clean up after
them.

MERCHANTS:
The Norse Gypsy Forge (Drinking horns, jewelry, Medieval
Miscellanea)
Burnt Village Wares (Norse Period Wares)
Waltz Art (Sterling silver chain Maille jewelry (for knights); felt
wool dolls and animals; stones and minerals, fossils, wood.)
Sidhefire Arts and Tursi Arts (Pottery, jewelry items and scribal
materials)
Autumn Creek (children’s toys in wood, fabric and leather )
DragonStorm (Hand Made knives swords and Leather with some costume
bits )
Terralumina Daughters Apothecary and Fiber Arts (Herbs, Teas,
Goat’s Milk Soap, resin incense, handspun yarns and fibers)
Silverthorne Crafts (Custom leatherwork)
Fancies (costumes, accessories, feastware, and more)
Redwolf (Hand-crafted jewelry for your SCA, ren faire, or con
needs)
Blackened Buzzard (variety of items including a children’s box
littles can rummage through!)

Thank you to all our noble vendors who have registered to
attend! 

Bardic
Competition:

Pieces should be in a period, or periodesque style.
Filks are allowed as long as they are SCA appropriate.
Competitors should show proficiency in at least 3 out of 4
categories:

Music:
Instrumental
Vocal
Combined

Storytelling:
Original
Source

Writing:
Poem
Story
Song

Physical:
Acting
Juggling
Acrobatics
Puppets
Dance

Extra Points awarded for:

Combined music
Writing and performing original story or song.
Combining any 2 physical.
Performing in a period style (Champion’s discretion)
Documentation of pieces (Champion’s discretion)

All rules are subject to the current Bardic Champion’s
discretion, particularly how many categories competitors need to be
proficient in.

A&S
Competition:

We have three competitors this year for A&S champion! They will
be presenting during the day on April 29th, presenting schedule
will be posted soon!

Daffodil Tournament:

Novelty shoots and tourney details will be announced soon!

There will be a thrown weapons range along with the archery range
at this event. Youth will be able to shoot as well with legal
guardian present.

Schedule for April 28th:

12pm Merchants and event team set-up to start.
Archery range laid out. 

3PM Gate opens. Site opens to general public

6PM
How to Run Gate (***Required
class for anyone volunteering for a gate shift!)
Instructor: Lady Kira Mikkeldottir
Number of students: open to all blue-card members
Description: Gate can be hectic and confusing, but it is one of the
most important tasks someone can do during an event! Learn the
proper way to run gate from the Blatha An Oir Exchequer. For legal
reasons, to run gate you must be over the age of 18 and a blue-card
member of the SCA, as you are handling
money.  

Gaming indoors is open to all in the evening.

Schedule for April
29th:


8AM – Gate Opens

Gold Key will be available when gate opens. Sign in sheets for
classes will be available directly AFTER COURT at about 9:30am.

9AM – COURT

Champion hopefuls for A&S and Bardic should attend to declare
their intention to compete that day to the Baron and Baroness of
Blatha An Oir.

A&S champion competitors should stay and chat with Dame
Cristiana for a few moments after court is recessed.

Sign in sheets for classes will be available immediately after
court ends. 

***Many classes are open to a large number of participants;
others are only open to a small amount due to instructors having
limited hand-outs, materials, etc. If you have questions about
those limits, such as “can I just sit in and observe?” please ask
the instructor or the event steward before-hand.

10AM – CLASSES AND RANGES

Youth area:
Youth chain mail keychain workshop
Instructor: Kurohayashi Yoshi
Number of students: 3 youth/teens. Accompanying adults aren’t
included in count.
Description: Youth class for ages 10 to 17. Learn the mysteries of
4 in 1 chain mail weave with Yoshi, one of our Baronial Pages. This
simple technique is perfect for beginners and can be used for a
variety of things. Students should be mature enough to follow
instructions, use pliers and do detail work. Class fee is $5 per
student and will include handouts, keychain findings, and a choice
of colored aluminum rings. Students should bring chairs. (anyone
below the age of 12 should have an adult present to assist)

Demo Area:
There will be some classes at this location,
but feel free to bring a chair and work on a project/socialize
too!

How to Run Gate (***Required class for anyone volunteering for a
gate shift!)
Instructor: Lady Kira Mikkeldottir
Number of students: Open to all Blue-Card members
Description: Gate can be hectic and confusing, but it is one of the
most important tasks someone can do during an event! Learn the
proper way to run gate from the Blatha An Oir Exchequer. For Legal
reasons to run gate you must be over the age of 18 and a blue-card
member of the SCA, as you are handling money.

Indoors:
A&S presentation #1

Outdoor area A:
5th Century Athenian Drama:
An Overview of Greek Theatre
Instructor: HL Andromacha of Lesbos
Number of Students: Open to all
Description of Class: An overview of Greek theatre in Athens during
the 5th Century BCE

Outdoor area B:
Iconic Costuming: Making a men’s
warrior/caftan coat
Instructor: Baroness Maricka Sigrunsdotter
Number of Students: Open class. Instructor will have 8 hand-outs on
hand which can be downloaded online at a later date.
Description: A discussion group about the Warrior Caftan Coat from
the late Iron-age (Vendal era), and how to make one. Students are
encouraged to bring pen/paper and a chair.


Outdoor Area C: Fighting/Marshallate focus area

Introduction to SCA Warfare
Instructor: HL Edmund Graham, Sergeant
Number of students: up to 12
Description: For fighters and non-fighters who want to be able to
have better understanding of what’s happening on the battlefield.
This class covers scenarios, weapons, tactics, commands with
handouts and anecdotes. Students should bring chairs.

Outdoor Area D: Bardic Area
Introduction to Documentation
Instructor: Mistress Alisaundre ni Feidhlimidh dal gCais
Number of Students: Up to 50
Description: Curious or frustrated by documentation requirements?
Documentation can be fun. Let me share my joy for research and
writing it out with you. We’ll deconstruct what makes good
documentation for up to Kingdom-level competitions. Walk away with
best practices, an outline, and lots of insights about what judges
look for. This class is appropriate for all levels of competitors
interested in entering competitions that ask for documentation.
Students should bring chairs, a pen and paper for notes.

Archery/Thrown Weapons
Area:

Archery Equipment Inspection
Instructor: HL Tymme Lytefelow, Archos
Email: moc.sretupmocreyeg@wolefetyL
Number of Students: Open class (over 10 people class may run long,
so keep that in mind if you wish to attend later classes)
Description:  Discussion of how to inspect archery equipment
on an SCA range, to include recurve, longbow, horsebow, crossbow,
and arrows.  This is a skill Jr. TAMs (Target Archery Marshal)
need to become Sr TAMs, but it’s good for everyone to know how to
inspect their own archery gear. This class is appropriate for
Teens. Especially those interested in becoming Youth Archery
Marshals in training. 

Focus Tips to Improve your Thrown Weapon score
Instructor: HL Gerald de Huntington, Archos
Number of Students: Open Class
Description: It is hard to maintain focus during a scoring round.
Come learn some tips and activities that will help to improve your
focus and increase your scores. Bring your thrown weapons, feel
free to bring paper and pen for notes.

11AM
Youth Area:

Demo Area:
Elizabethan Embroidery: Detached Buttonhole
Stitch
Instructor: Dame Elizabeth FittzWilliam
Number of Students: 6
Description: Learn detached buttonhole stitch. This stitch is a
fill stitch that is not worked through the fabric, but rather on
top of it. You will learn two styles of this stitch. ***Students
need to bring a basic sewing kit (scissors, needles, etc.), as well
as a basic embroidery frame or hoop. No fee. Ability to do a basic
chain stitch is a plus.

Indoors:

A&S presentation #2

Outdoor area A:
Tablet Weaving: It’s not Magic, it’s
Mechanics!
Instructor: Dame Madrun y Gwehyddes
Number of students: Open Attendance (Handout available in PDF
form)

Description: Learn the variables between different styles of tablet
weaving. Students will learn the mechanics of creating medieval
bands.

Outdoor area B:
Techniques for etching brass
Instructor: HE, Sir Gernon Valletorte du Harfleur
Number of students: 10-15
Description of class: Metal decoration is common in the SCA and
medieval history.  It is found on armor, costumes, and
throughout household or campsite items.  This class will
demonstrate several ways to acid etch brass.  Different ways
to transfer designs onto brass, types of resists and acids will be
discussed. The class will focus on the “photo paper” technique to
transfer resists to the metal. ***$5.00 fee per student. Instructor
will bring brass, resists, acid, and other chemicals needed for
each participant.  Each student will leave with a medallion of
their own design. This class is adults only because of safety
considerations due to the acids involved.

Outdoor Area C: Fighting/Marshallate focus area
SCA
Heavy Fighting Sword making 101
Instructor: HL Gabhin Mac Findleagh, Sergeant
Number of Students: 5-10 people
Description: A class on how from start to finish to make an SCA
legal longsword. We will be putting one together during the class.
No materials or cost needed. Bring Pen and paper to take notes if
desired.

Outdoor Area D: Bardic Area
Singing Skills
Instructor: Sir Leith Amhranai dal gCais
Maximum number of students: 50
Description of class: This class is for people who can carry a
tune, with or without a proverbial bucket, and would like
to sound better doing so. We will focus primarily on tools to
improve your tone quality and projection, along with some work on
phrasing, diction, performance skills, and other topics as
time permits. We will also address differences between period
and modern technique choices where relevant.

Archery/Thrown Weapons
Area:
Create a Flemish Bowstring
Instructor: Lord Tomas MacDonnchaidh, of Wyewood
Number of Students: Minimum 2, Maximum 6
Description: Teach the student how to make a Flemish string for a
longbow or recurve bow.
***Cost: $10.00 per
bowstring
  (the cost of commercially produced, un
served, strings ranges between $10 and $26, depending on material
used (B-50, B-55, Fast Flight, etc).
***Supplies the student needs to bring to class:
– the bow for which to make the string.
– A knife, or other cutting instrument, (sharp) for cutting the
string.
– A desire to know how to make a bowstring.
***Provided by the instructor: Flemish string jig. Bowstring
material, serving material, serving tool, string makers wax.
Handouts with pictures of the process
***Class outline
– Determine the length of the string by using either documentation
on the bow or measuring the bow.
– Determine the construction of the string (number of strands) by
documentation on the bow or alternate method.  
– Learn how the Flemish string jig is adjusted and used.
– Building the layers of strands.
– Making the first loop on the end of the string using back-weaving
technique.
– Making the second loop: Checking the twist.
– Stringing the bow, verify string length, checking brace height,
stretching the string
– Serve the string for shooting
– Test bow draw weight

Focus Tips to Improve your Thrown Weapon score continued

12PM

Youth Area:
YAFA Calligraphy
Instructor: HL Alicia du Bois
Number of Students: 8
Description: This Workshop will teach how to identify and name
examples of period calligraphy, then give a chance to practice
calligraphy using a felt tip calligraphy style pen. Any child
registered in the YAFA token program can earn a level one token if
they complete this class.

Demo Area:
Posament
Instructor HL Disa i Birkilundi
Number of students: 10
Description: ***Cost $5. Posament is a textile embellishment
technique using a wire coiled around a silk cord found almost
exclusively in Birka, Sweden in the tenth century. We will discuss
history, resources and creation methods for both the coiled wire
(tentrad) and the posament itself. Students should bring Pen and
Paper and a chair.

Indoors:
A&S Presentation #3

Outdoor area A:
Drafting a 16th century Spanish Kirtle
and Bodice pattern
Instructor: Annaka Poznanska
Email: moc.oohay@99ekimahpla.
Number of students you feel comfortable teaching at one time:
10
Description: Using diagrams in Juan de Alcega’s 1589 Tailor’s
Pattern Book, you will learn Alcega’s measuring system, how to
scale his diagrams to make a pattern that fits your measurements,
and how to lay out your pattern on modern width fabrics.
***Some sewing experience is helpful. Adults and teens welcome.
Handouts provided. Bring note-taking materials. There is no class
fee.

Outdoor area B:

Persona 101: What is Persona Development?
Instructor: HL Marguerite fitz William
Name of class: Persona Development 101: What is Persona
Development?
Number of students: Open attendance
Description of class: What is persona development and how do you
pick a persona?  (Great class for new SCA members, people
investigating the SCA and interested in diving into the game in
more detail)

Outdoor Area C: Fighting/Marshallate focus area
Fighting
Theory: Sword and Shield
Instructor: Duke Paul of Bellatrix
Number of students: Open attendance
Description: Heavy Fighters can learn fighting techniques and
theory from one of An Tir’s celebrated Dukes! Fighters should bring
their Swords and Shields, gloves, and wear their fighting footwear.
They should also bring a bottle of water. No armor required. Class
will go over stance, footwork, and form.

Outdoor Area D: Bardic Area
The Music of the Trouvères
Instructor: Lady Annik de Venoix
Number of students: Up to 20
Description: Have you ever heard of troubadours? During the
11th to 14th centuries they were
the leading musicians in the southern region of what is now France.
The trouvères were their northern French counterpart. Learn
about the poet-composers of medieval France : who they were, what
they wrote, and how to perform it. No prior knowledge or
performance skills are required. This class is appropriate whether
you want to perform their music or simply learn more.

Archery/Thrown Weapons
Area:
Continuation of Flemish Bowstrings
Class

1PM

Youth Area:

Demo Area:
Open cooking demo/sitting area

Indoors:
A&S presentation #4

Outdoor area A:
Baronial Tea

Outdoor area B:
Medieval Falconry
Instructor:  Lady Dagrun (Runa) Harasdottir
Number of students: Open to all
Description: Falconry was an extremely popular pastime in period,
both throughout Europe, Asia and the Middle East.  Lords and
ladies, the clergy, and yes, even the common man took up the sport
on some level.  Learn how it was done, from trapping or
rearing eyasses (baby raptors), to training, to the hunt. 
Learn terminology that hasn’t changed in 1000 years. 
Understand what the sport was and why it lost its popularity and
learn about modern practice.  This class will help enrich your
persona and understanding of period life.  Questions
welcome.  Hands on examples of equipment (called
furniture).  There will be at least one small falcon
present.

Outdoor Area C: Fighting/Marshallate focus area

Continuation of Duke Paul’s fighting Theory class

Outdoor Area D: Bardic Area
All things Bardic
Instructor: HL Gareth Albaric o’Eastbrook, Sergeant
Email: moc.liamg@drabhterag
Number of students: As many as want to attend
Description of class: Will talk to, instruct, advise, or jam with
anyone interested in the various aspects of the Bardic Arts
throughout the day.

***This will also be open Bardic time for anyone wishing to spend
time with Gareth and other Bards over the afternoon until 4pm, when
the dance class will begin.

Archery/Thrown Weapons
Area:

Tournament/Open Range
time

2PM

Youth
Area:

Demo Area:
Medieval European Gardens
Instructor: HL Edmund Graham, Sergeant
Number of students: Up to 12 students.
Description: The emphasis is on English and northern European
gardens, although there will be some application to those in
Mediterranean climates. This will examine the purposes, layouts,
structures, and plants of the potager, herber, and orchard.
Handouts will be provided. There may be some walking to show local
and naturalized specimens on site. Students are encouraged to bring
a chair, pen, and paper for notes.

Indoors:
Kingdom A&S Judging Sheets
Instructor: Dame
Cristiana de Huntington
Number of students: Open attendance (If more than 10 class may move
outdoors)
Description: Come learn about the new A&S judging forms.
Discuss how they can be used at all levels of the society and how
the rubric can help artisans create more successful projects for
competitions.

Outdoor area A:
Organization of an Awesome SCA
Celebration (Vigil, Royal Tea, etc.)
Instructor: Baroness
Elspeth Nic Grath, OP
Number of Students: Open Attendance
Description: Overview of how to plan and organize a buffet style
get-together. Handout provided, with space for notes. Students
should bring a chair and something to write with.

Outdoor area B:
Persona 102: So I’ve chosen a persona,
now what?
Instructor: HL Marguerite fitz William
Number of students: Open attendance
Description of class: Where to look for Information about your
persona? This is a continuation of Persona 101, great class for
people trying to fill out their persona’s history and back story,
but is also a stand-alone class.

Outdoor Area C: Fighting/Marshallate focus area
Chivalry
Roundtable
Instructor: led by HE, Sir Gernon Valletorte du Harfleur
Number of Students: Open attendance
Description: Are you cuious about what it takes to be a knight in
the SCA? Perhaps you just have a question about chivalric behaviors
on or off the list field? Then come join us for an open discussion
with members of the Order of the Chivalry. This free-form question
and answer roundtable will focus on the pursuit of Knighthood and
questions of Chivalry and the Knightly virtues. Attendees should
bring a chair.

Outdoor Area D: Bardic Area

All things Bardic, Open Bardic time (see description at 1pm)

Archery/Thrown Weapons
Area:

Tournament/Open Range time

3PM

Youth Area:

Demo Area:
How to be Retinue: So you want to be a Court
Coordinator?
Instructor: HE A’yse al-Zahra and HE Elspeth nic Grath
Number of Students: Open attendance
Description: An insight into the complex world of Kingdom court
coordinating  and how to tailor it down to a Baronial 
level as well. Do you love service? Come learn about the duties of
those who serve our crown and coronets in the SCA. Many hands are
needed to help everything run smoothly during court and when their
Majesties and Excellencies travel. Come learn about how you can
help support the pomp and circumstance of our game!

Indoors:

Beginning Calligraphy
Instructors: HL Alicia du
Bois & HL Ciana dei Libri
Number of students you feel comfortable to teach at one time: 
up to 10-14. Students of any age who are willing to listen and
learn are welcome. This class is very hands-on.
Description of class: Learn the fundamentals of calligraphy, what
it is and how to do it. We will be practicing basic strokes and
learning a basic hand. Best practices and materials for further
learning will also be discussed. Class cost includes a dip pen with
nib, a small jar of ink, paper, and a handout. Should students
bring anything: Students should bring a chair if needed and $10 to
cover supplies.

Outdoor area A:
Lampworked Beads
Instructors: Baroness Maricka Sigrunsdotter and HL Sophia Francesca
Bruno
Number of Students: 8
Description: Class fee of $20. Come learn how to make lampworked
beads from two of our most experienced and talented glass
magicians! Fee is to cover materials. At the end of class you can
take your bead(s) home with you! (Allow time after class for beads
to cool properly)

Outdoor area B:
The Medieval Dog
Instructor: Lady Dagrun (Runa) Harasdottir
Number of Students: Open class
Description: Man’s companion for thousands of years, what part did
the dog play in day to day life?  We will explore this as well
as husbandry, hunting, superstition, and the types of dogs your
persona would be familiar with.  The modern concept of
individual breeds was not as we see it today.  Dogs were bred
for function.  However, form follows function and there were
certainly distinct groups that had individuals that would be
recognized today.

Outdoor Area C: Fighting/Marshallate focus area
Fighting
Theory: Great Weapons
Instructor: Duke Paul of Bellatrix
Number of students: Open attendance
Description: Heavy Fighters can learn fighting techniques and
theory from one of An Tir’s celebrated Dukes! Fighters should bring
their Great Weapons, gloves, and wear their fighting footwear. They
should also bring a bottle of water. No armor required. Class will
go over stance, footwork, and form.

Outdoor Area D: Bardic Area

All things Bardic/Open Bardic time (see description above at
1pm)

Archery/Thrown Weapons
Area:

Tournament/Open Range time

YAFA Archery Workshop: Introduction to Archery for Youth
Instructor: HL Alizand Thorgeirsson née LeFevre
Number of Students: 10
Safety rules, simple bow identification, instruction on how to
shoot, as well as a chance to practice. Any child registered in the
YAFA token program can earn a level one token if they complete this
Division 1 class.

4PM

Youth Area:
Campcraft: Knots and Lashings Useful to the
SCA Camper
Instructor: HL Edmund Graham, Sergeant
Number of students: Up to six.
***NOTE: This is a portion of the body of knowledge for Blatha an
Oir Sergeants candidates in Practical Sciences.
Description: The class will cover rope work that is useful in
loading for events, setting up tents and shades, field repairs to
tents and shades, and construction of temporary auxiliary
structures and camp furniture.  Students are encouraged to
bring a chair.

Demo Area:
Open demo time

Indoors:
Beginning Calligraphy continued

Outdoor area A:
Lampworked Beads continues

Outdoor area B:
Persona Development 103: How to be in
persona at events?
Instructor: HL Marguerite fitz William
Number of students: Open Attendance
Description of class: How to contribute to the SCA by being (more)
in persona at events.  Whether you just want to speak more
“forsoothly” or your ambition lies in the direction of passing a
persona challenge, come and learn some of the little and big things
you can do to add to the atmosphere and fun of the SCA.
 
Outdoor Area C: Fighting/Marshallate focus area
Fighting
Theory: Great Sword Continues
 
Outdoor Area D: Bardic Area

Fun and Flirtatious 15th Century Dance
Instructor: Judith de Northumbria, comita et magistra laurea
Number of students: Open to all
Description: Learn to dance courtly steps of the 15th
century. Open to all ages.

Archery/Thrown Weapons
Area:

Tournament/Open range
time

5PM – Break to set up court and bardic presentations

5:30PM – BARDIC PRESENTATIONS

7PM – ROYAL COURT/BARONIAL COURT DIRECTLY
AFTER

Kingdom business, Baronial court will include announcement of
new champions.

Evening activities include open bardic circles and the hall will be
open for people to play games inside.

Schedule for April
30th:

Site break-down.
Everyone must be packed up and off site by 2pm so Event steward can
finish final walk through and site inspection with caretaker by
3pm. 

More
Questions?
 
Class list/schedule will be released closer to the event! There
will be many classes and fun happenings. Join us on the event page
on Facebook for questions and updates as well!

 

 




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