Forces of the Omnissiah – Ordinatus Aktaeus
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LORDS OF WAR

Though they were not entirely unique war machines like the Ordinatus Primaris, the Ordinatus Minoris macro engines were still rarer yet than even the Battle Titans of the Legio Titanicus, and only a handful of Forge Worlds had the resources, or indeed the doctrinal blessing and religious authority, to produce or maintain such embodiments of the Omnissiah’s divine wrath. Such was the sacredness of these machines above all others, that an entire subcult of the Mechanicum was devoted to their worship and propitiation, and even the savants whose lives were devoted to this task seldom fully understood them.

Amongst the Ordinatus Minoris, the Aktaeus is perhaps the most recognisable, a super-heavy transport designed to carve a path through the stony heart of a world to deliver its cargo of warriors to the centre of the battlefield. Known to the armies of the Emperor as the ‘Imperial Mole’, this vehicle is a siege engine adapted from the principles of terrascaping and earthscaping capable of rendering even the most formidable fortifications pointless by burrowing beneath them.

  • Ordinatus Aktaeus 800 pts
Armour Transport Capacity
M BS Front Side Rear HP Base
Ordinatus Aktaeus (base: Use model)
Ordinatus Aktaeus - 4 14 13 13 14 42 Use model
Unit Composition
  • 1 Ordinatus Aktaeus
Wargear
  • Centreline Mounted Terrebrax rocket battery
  • Aktaeus class seismic excavator macro-drill
Unit Type
Special Rules
  • It Will Not Die (6+)
  • Reactor Meltdown (Major)
  • Reinforced Structure
  • Subterranean Assault
  • Terrestrial Disregard
Access Points
  • The Ordinatus Aktaeus has two Access Points, one on either side of the hull (in any orientation).
Rending (X)

Some weapons can inflict critical strikes against which no armour can protect.

If a model has the Rending special rule, or is attacking with a Melee weapon that has the Rending special rule, there is a chance that their close combat attacks will strike a critical blow. For each To Wound roll equal to or higher than the value listed, the target automatically suffers a Wound, regardless of its Toughness. The controlling player may choose to resolve these Wounds at AP 2 instead of the weapon’s normal AP value.

Similarly, if a model makes a Shooting Attack with a weapon that has the Rending special rule, a To Wound roll of equal to or greater than the listed value wounds automatically, regardless of Toughness, and is resolved at AP 2.

In either case, against Vehicles each Armour Penetration roll of equal to or greater than the listed value allows a further D3 to be rolled, with the result added to the total Strength of the attack. These Hits are not resolved at AP 2, but are instead resolved using the weapon’s AP value.

For example, a model with the Rending (5+) special rule that rolls To Wound against a non-Vehicle model will wound automatically on the roll of a 5+, and the attacking player has the choice of using an AP value of 2 instead of the AP value of their weapon.
Owning Player, Opposing Player and Controlling Player
Sometimes a rule will ask the owning, opposing or controlling player to make an action or decision of some kind. The owning player is always the player who ‘owns’ the model in question – the one who has the model in their army. The opposing player is always their opponent. The controlling player is always the player in current command of that model – there are some special rules which can force models to switch sides during the course of the game.
Twin-linked

These weapons are grafted to the same targeting system for greater accuracy.

When attacking with a weapon that has this special rule, the controlling player may re-roll all failed To Hit rolls.
Heavy Weapons

These are heavy, man-portable weapons that typically require reloading between each shot or bracing to counter their recoil.

When making a Shooting Attack, a model with a Heavy weapon attacks the number of times indicated. If a model equipped with a Heavy weapon moved in the preceding Movement phase, they can only make Snap Shots with that Heavy weapon during the Shooting phase. Note that weapons with the Blast special rule cannot fire Snap Shots. Models that make Shooting Attacks with Heavy weapons in the Shooting phase cannot Charge in the ensuing Assault phase.

RangeSAPType
Reaper autocannon36"74Heavy 2, Rending (6+), Twin-linked
Pinning

Coming under fire without knowing where the shots are coming from, or having ordnance rain down from the skies, can shake the resolve of even the bravest warriors, making them dive flat and cling to whatever cover presents itself.

If a non-Vehicle unit suffers one or more unsaved Wounds from a weapon with the Pinning special rule, it must take a Leadership test once the firing unit has finished its Shooting Attacks for that Phase. This is called a Pinning test. If the unit fails the Test, it is Pinned. As long as the Test is passed, a unit can be called upon to take multiple Pinning tests in a single turn, but only once for each unit shooting at them.

A unit that is affected by any of the following conditions does not take Pinning tests, and if called upon to do so is considered to automatically pass them:
  • The unit is locked in combat.
  • The unit is already Pinned (the unit remains Pinned, but takes no further Tests).
  • The unit is composed entirely of Vehicle models.
  • The unit is Embarked on a Transport Vehicle.
  • The target unit is affected by the Fearless special rule.
A unit that has become Pinned cannot Move, Run or Charge. It can only fire Snap Shots if it attacks during the Shooting phase and cannot make Reactions in any Phase. At the end of its following turn, the unit returns to normal and the unit is free to act as normal from then on. Whilst it is Pinned, a unit is affected normally by enemy actions (for example, it takes Morale checks as normal). If the unit is forced to move, for example if it has to Fall Back, it returns to normal immediately. If assaulted, the unit will fight as usual, but because they are not set to receive the Charge, enemy units do not receive the Initiative penalty for assaulting a unit in Difficult Terrain, even if the unit is in Difficult Terrain. If a unit becomes Pinned during a Charge, then that Charge automatically fails. Units that are locked in combat cannot be Pinned and do not take Pinning tests.

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Weapon Mounts
Hull (Arc) Mounted – Hull (Arc) Mounted weapons will always specify a single Firing Arc and may only fire at targets in that Firing Arc. The different Hull arcs are: Front, Rear, Left and Right. Some units may specify Side as an arc – this means both Left and Right arcs.

For example, a Legion Land Raider Proteus has a Hull (Front) Mounted Heavy Bolter – this weapon may only fire at targets in the Front Firing Arc.

Turret Mounted – Turret Mounted weapons may fire at targets in any Hull arc (Front, Side or Rear) without restriction.

Centreline Mounted – Centreline Mounted weapons may only fire at targets in the Centreline Firing Arc.

Sponson Mounted – Sponson Mounted weapons are usually mounted in pairs, one on each side of a Vehicle (the Vehicle’s profile will note if this is not the case) and fire into the appropriate Sponson Firing Arc (either left or right). If the target of a Vehicle’s Shooting Attack is within the Firing Arc for only one of a pair of Sponson weapons, then the out of arc weapon may be fired at another enemy unit of the controlling player’s choice. This Secondary Target must be in the weapon’s line of sight and Firing Arc, but may be from a different unit than the original target.

Pintle Mounted – Pintle Mounted weapons may fire at targets in any Firing Arc without restriction, but are always counted as Defensive weapons regardless of the weapon type or its statistics.
Access Points
Each Vehicle capable of carrying passengers will have a number of Access Points defined in its entry. These are the doors, ramps and hatches that passengers use to get in and out of the Vehicle. Transports on flying bases also count the base as an Access Point.
It Will Not Die (X)

In the dark corners of the galaxy, there are creatures that heal at a terrifying speed.

At the end of each of your turns, roll a D6 for each of your models with this special rule that has less than its starting number of Wounds or Hull Points, but that has not been removed as a casualty or destroyed. On a roll equal to or greater than the number in brackets associated with the special rule, that model regains a Wound, or Hull Point, lost earlier in the game. For example, a model with It Will Not Die (5+) would regain a lost Wound on the roll of a 5 or more.
Reactor Meltdown (X)

The colossal engines of the Ordo Reductor and the Titan Legions are driven by devastatingly powerful thermonuclear reactors. Should these engines be breached, the resulting explosion is apocalyptic for any caught in its blast.

When a model with this special rule is destroyed, the damage caused by its Catastrophic Damage is altered depending on the value of (X) in the version of this special rule as follows:

Magna
When destroyed, a model with this special rule resolves Hits caused by Catastrophic Damage as Destroyer attacks.

Major
When destroyed, a model with this special rule resolves Hits caused by Catastrophic Damage as Destroyer attacks at AP2.

Maxima
When destroyed, a model with this special rule resolves Hits caused by Catastrophic Damage as Destroyer attacks at AP2, and doubles the range of the Catastrophic Damage effect.
Reinforced Structure

The construction of this god-like engine of war is rivalled only by the resilience of void ships themselves.

A model with this special rule has an Invulnerable Save of 5+ against Shooting Attacks.

Terrebrax rocket battery

Range
Str
AP
Terrebrax rocket battery
48"
7
5
Heavy 12
Ordinatus Transport Bay

Some of the largest transport vehicles are specially designed to carry both infantry and machines of war into battle, allowing for versatile battle groups to be deployed to the battlefield at once. These rare engines of war are often restricted to the most elite elements of an army, and used to tackle the most perilous of missions.

A model with this special rule may carry models with jet packs and jump packs, as well as models of the Dreadnought, Cavalry and Automata Unit Types. Each Dreadnought model uses 10 points of Transport Capacity, while each Automata and Cavalry model uses up a number of Transport Capacity points equal to twice its starting Wounds Characteristic.
Seismic Shock

This weapon causes massive tremors to rip through the earth beneath the feet of its targets, driving those who survive to their knees and slowing the enemy’s advance.

Units which suffer one or more Wounds or Hull Points lost from an attack from a weapon with this special rule halve their Movement Characteristic and may not Run or make Reactions until the end of the attacker’s next Shooting phase.
Aktaeus Class Seismic Excavator Macro-drill

The Ordinatus Aktaeus is effectively a siege platform which carries a seismic excavator macro-drill. The workings of such a device are complex beyond the ken of even most tech-adepts of the Mechanicum. As such, deploying the seismic excavator is a lengthy process which will only be undertaken in the heat of battle and rarest of circumstances.

The Aktaeus class seismic excavator macro-drill grants the Ordinatus Aktaeus the Ordinatus Transport Bay special rule.

In addition, once per battle, at the end of the controlling player’s Movement phase, the Ordinatus Aktaeus may employ its seismic excavator macro-drill to cause a Seismic Shockwave. When this occurs, the Ordinatus Aktaeus cannot move for the rest of the battle and counts as a vehicle that has suffered an irreparable Immobilised result on the Vehicle Damage table (although no Hull Point loss is suffered). Units may not choose to Embark onto or Disembark from the Ordinatus Aktaeus in a turn in which the Seismic Shockwave ability is used, but may do so as normal in subsequent turns.

At the beginning of each of the controlling player’s Shooting phases for the rest of the battle after the Ordinatus Aktaeus has employed its seismic excavator macro-drill to cause a Seismic Shockwave, pick a point within 6" of the front of the hull of the Ordinatus Aktaeus (for the purposes of determining this point you should use the Front arc of the unit). All units, friendly or enemy (excluding the Ordinatus Aktaeus itself), within a number of inches equal to the current Game Turn number multiplied by 6 of this point suffer D6 Str 7, AP 4 Hits with the Pinning special rule. Models with the Vehicle Unit Type are hit on their weakest Armour Facing. Should a model with the Vehicle Unit Type suffer a Penetrating Hit from this attack, it immediately suffers from Crew Shaken in addition to any other effect.
Arriving from Reserve
At the start of the Active player’s second turn, roll a D6 for each unit in that player’s army that is being held in Reserve – these are known as ‘Reserve rolls’. If the roll is a 3 or more, that unit arrives this turn. If the roll is less than 3, it remains in Reserve and is rolled for again next turn.

If a successful Reserve roll is made for a unit, that unit must be moved onto the battlefield this turn. From the start of Game Turn 4 all Reserve rolls are considered to automatically succeed, unless another special rule states otherwise, and all of the Active player’s units that are in Reserve must be moved onto the battlefield or they are considered destroyed.

Some special rules can modify the roll required for a unit to arrive from Reserve. Regardless of the modifier(s), a natural roll of a 1 always means that the unit in question remains in Reserve, and a natural roll of a 6 always means that the unit in question arrives from Reserve.

Any unit for which a successful Reserve roll has been made must move onto the Battlefield at the start of the Controlling player’s Movement phase, before any other models are moved. Select one of the Active player’s arriving units and deploy it, moving it onto the table in the manner described as follows. Then pick another arriving unit and deploy it, and so on until all arriving units are on the table. The Active player can then proceed to move their other units as normal.
Scatter
Sometimes a rule will call for an object (a template, counter, model or even a whole unit) to be placed on the battlefield and then scattered. When this occurs, follow this procedure:
  • Place the object on the battlefield as instructed by the rule.
  • Roll a Scatter dice and 2D6 to determine the direction and distance of scatter in inches.
  • If a Hit is rolled on the Scatter dice, the object does not move – leave it in place and resolve the remainder of the rule.
  • If an arrow is rolled, move the object the distance shown on the 2D6 in the direction of the arrow. Ignore intervening terrain, units, etc, unless the rule states otherwise.
  • Once the object has scattered to its final position, resolve its effects.
Some rules may specify a distance to be determined other than 2D6, in which case, just replace the 2D6 in this procedure with the method listed in the rule.

Scatter dice and other dice and accessories that you can use in your games of Horus Heresy – Age of Darkness can be purchased from the Games Workshop website.
Impassable Terrain
Some terrain is simply so inhospitable, so dangerous that it cannot be traversed at all. Unless noted otherwise in their special rules, models cannot enter, cross, move into or move through Impassable Terrain – they must go around. The exceptions to this rule are typically units equipped with Jump Packs, or of the Skimmer or Flyer types which may move over, but not end their move, in Impassable Terrain.
Disembarking
A unit that begins its Movement phase Embarked upon a Vehicle can Disembark either before or after the Vehicle has moved (including pivoting on the spot) so long as the Vehicle has not moved more than half its Movement Characteristic.

If the Vehicle had not moved before the unit Disembarked, the Vehicle can then move normally. If the Vehicle had already moved before the unit Disembarked, the Vehicle cannot move further that turn (including pivoting on the spot). In addition, a Vehicle cannot Ram on a turn that a unit Disembarks from it.
Morale Checks
Morale represents the grit and determination of warriors on the battlefield. Morale checks are a specific kind of Leadership test.

Similar to other Leadership-based tests, Morale checks (also sometimes referred to as Morale tests) are taken by rolling 2D6 and comparing the total to the unit’s Leadership value.

If the total is equal to or less than the unit’s Leadership Characteristic, the test is passed and the unit does not suffer any ill effects.

If the total is higher than their Leadership Characteristic, the test is failed and the unit will immediately Fall Back.

Some units have special rules pertaining to Morale checks that are detailed in their Army List or Army List entry. For example, some units might always pass Morale checks, while others might always pass all Leadership tests. This difference is subtle, yet important. A unit that always passes Morale checks still has to test when hit by an attack with the Pinning special rule, while a unit that always passes all Leadership tests wouldn’t.
Pinned
A unit that has become Pinned cannot Move, Run or Charge. It can only fire Snap Shots if it attacks during the Shooting phase and cannot make Reactions in any Phase. At the end of its following turn, the unit returns to normal and that unit is free to act as normal from then on. Whilst it is Pinned, a unit is affected normally by enemy actions (for example, it takes Morale checks as normal). If the unit is forced to move, for example, if it has to Fall Back, it returns to normal immediately. If assaulted, the unit will fight as usual, but enemy units do not receive the Initiative penalty for having Charged a unit through Difficult Terrain, even if the Pinned unit is in Difficult Terrain. If a unit becomes Pinned during a Charge, then that Charge automatically fails and the Pinned unit makes neither a Charge or Surge move. Units that are locked in combat cannot be Pinned and do not take Pinning tests.
Fall Back
Units make a Fall Back Move immediately upon failing a Morale check – the only moves they can make in subsequent Phases are Fall Back Moves until they Regroup. In each subsequent Movement phase, they will make further Fall Back Moves instead of moving normally, until the unit Regroups, is destroyed or leaves the battlefield.

Fall Back Moves are 2D6", unless a rule specifies otherwise. Fall Back Moves are not slowed by Difficult Terrain, but incur Dangerous Terrain tests as normal. Units with models that Fall Back at different speeds always Fall Back at the speed of the slowest model in the unit.

Each model in the unit moves directly towards their own battlefield edge by the shortest possible route.

If playing a mission where there is no ‘own’ battlefield edge, models move towards the closest battlefield edge instead.

If any model from a unit that is Falling Back moves into contact with a battlefield edge, the entire unit is removed from the game as casualties as it scatters and flees the battle.
Line of Sight
Line of sight determines what a model can ‘see’. Many situations call for you to determine whether or not a model has line of sight. A model normally needs line of sight whenever it wishes to attack an enemy, whether with a melee attack, or shooting attack. Line of sight literally represents your warriors’ view of the enemy – they must be able to see their foes through, under or over the battlefield terrain and other models (whether friendly or enemy).

For one model to have line of sight to another, you must be able to trace a straight, unblocked line from its body (the head, torso, arms or legs) to any part of the target’s body.

Sometimes, all that will be visible of a model is a weapon, banner, or other ornament they are carrying. In these cases, the model is not visible. Similarly, mechanical appendages such as cables, probes and ammo feeds are ignored, even though they may be part of a model’s body. These rules are intended to ensure that models don’t get penalised for having impressive banners, weaponry, and so on.

In many cases, what a model can ‘see’ will be obvious – if there’s a hill, building or mechanical construct in the way, the enemy might be blatantly out of sight. In other cases, two units will be clearly in view of each other as there is nothing at all in the way.

On those other occasions, where it’s not entirely obvious whether or not one unit can see another, the player will have to stoop over the battlefield and look from behind the model’s head for a ‘model’s eye view’. This means getting down to the level of your models and checking the battlefield from their perspective to ‘see what they can see’. You will find that you can spot lurking enemies through the windows of ruined buildings, catch a glimpse of a model’s legs under tree branches and see that high vantage points become very useful for the increased line of sight that they offer.
Advanced Reaction: Interceptor
Advanced Reactions are available to specific players as noted in their description. Unlike Core Reactions, they are activated in unique and specific circumstances, as noted in their descriptions, and can often have game changing effects. Advanced Reactions use up points of a Reactive player’s Reaction Allotment as normal and obey all other restrictions placed upon Reactions, unless it is specifically noted otherwise in their description.

Interceptor - This Advanced Reaction may be made whenever an enemy unit enters play from Reserve within line of sight of a friendly unit, and within the maximum range of at least one weapon in that unit. The Reacting unit may make a Shooting Attack, targeting a unit deployed onto the battlefield in this Phase and following all the usual rules for Shooting Attacks. Vehicles may only fire Defensive weapons, unless another rule specifically states otherwise. Shooting Attacks made as part of the Interceptor Reaction do not cause Morale checks, regardless of the number of casualties inflicted.

Unless otherwise specified by another rule, making this Reaction expends a point from the Reactive player’s Reaction Allotment for the Phase in which the Reaction is made.
Running
In order to maximise their potential movement, models can forego the chance to make a Shooting Attack in the turn’s Shooting phase in order to increase their maximum Movement distance. This can represent infantry sprinting ahead as well as combat bikes going at maximum speed or a Dreadnought breaking into a long-legged lope. Any unit may choose to Run during the Movement phase (except those units whose Type does not allow them to do so, such as Vehicles and Artillery – see Unit Types), but this must be declared before any models in the unit are moved. If the Active player chooses to Run with any of their units, that unit increases their movement by the value of the lowest Initiative Characteristic in the unit for the duration of the Movement phase.

However, a unit that Runs may not make Shooting Attacks of any kind during the following Shooting phase, or declare Charges during the Assault phase of the same player turn. If any models in a unit Run, then all models in that unit are counted as having Run, regardless of the distance moved by any individual model.

Units making a Reaction during their opponent’s turn may never choose to Run as part of that Reaction.
Assault Vehicle

This vehicle is specifically designed to disgorge troops into the thick of the action.

Passengers Disembarking from Access Points on a Vehicle with this special rule can Charge on the turn they do so (including when forced to make an Emergency Disembarkation) unless the Vehicle arrived from Reserves that turn.
Subterranean Assault

Subterranean Assault

A subterranean assault is a full scale attack conducted by units that have approached the target site by means of subsurface transport, emerging from below into the teeth of the enemy force, shattering its formation and sowing chaos amongst its ranks. Such attacks are most often initiated in order to counter enemy macro-fortifications or to navigate otherwise impassable terrain, but some commanders favour them for the sheer surprise they engender.

Before the start of the first turn, when placing units into Reserve, a player must assign all units with the Subterranean Assault special rule and any Infantry units Embarked upon them to perform a Subterranean Assault. All models in a unit assigned to a Subterranean Assault must have the Subterranean Assault special rule, or be Embarked on a model with the Transport Sub-type that has the Subterranean Assault special rule itself.

When rolling for Reserves, roll a single dice for all of the units assigned to the Subterranean Assault rather than rolling separately for each unit. If the roll is successful then all of the Subterranean Assault units must enter play in that turn and follow this procedure:

Performing a Subterranean Assault
Once a Reserves roll for the units assigned to the Subterranean Assault has succeeded and the units are to be brought into play, the controlling player selects a single unit to deploy first. That player must place a single model with the Subterranean Assault special rule that is either a Dedicated Transport or a unit of its own (this model may have a unit Embarked within) anywhere on the battlefield that is at least 1" from any enemy model, battlefield edge or piece of Impassable Terrain and then scatter that model. If the model’s final position is within 1" of an enemy model, any battlefield edge or a piece of Impassable Terrain, the controlling player’s opponent may move that model to any position within 18" that is more than 1" from any enemy model, battlefield edge or piece of Impassable Terrain.

If there is no suitable position within 18" then the model may be repositioned anywhere on the battlefield that is more than 1" from any enemy model, battlefield edge or piece of Impassable Terrain.

Once this first unit has been deployed, roll a dice. On the roll of a ‘1’ the Subterranean Assault is Disordered, and the opposing player may deploy each remaining unit in the Subterranean Assault anywhere within 12" of the first unit without scattering, though no model may be within 1" of an enemy model or within Impassable Terrain. If the roll is a ‘2’ or higher, the controlling player deploys each other unit anywhere within 12" of the first, though no model may be within 1" of an enemy model or within Impassable Terrain. Any models Embarked on a model with the Transport Sub-type must remain Embarked and may not Disembark as part of a Subterranean Assault (but may Disembark normally during the following Movement phase).

Once all units are deployed, any enemy units with one or more models within 6" of any unit deployed as part of the Subterranean Assault suffer D6+3 Str 6, AP 4 Hits (Wounds caused by these Hits do not cause Morale checks or Pinning tests). Once all Hits are resolved, any enemy units that are neither Pinned or Falling Back and are within line of sight may choose to make the Interceptor Reaction targeting any one of the units deployed as part of the Subterranean Assault. Note that no Reaction other than Interceptor may be made against the deployment of a unit as part of a Subterranean Assault.

Once all units from the Subterranean Assault have been deployed and any Interceptor Reactions have been resolved, the turn proceeds as normal. Units that have been deployed as part of a Subterranean Assault may Move, Run or Shoot as normal. However, only units deployed aboard a model with the Transport Sub-type with the Assault Vehicle special rule may declare and resolve a Charge and Assault as normal. Other units deployed as part of a Subterranean Assault may not declare or resolve a Charge on the same turn as they are deployed.
Terrestrial Disregard

Burrowing up from the depths, the Ordinatus Aktaeus shatters the surrounding landscape, devastating all in its vicinity.

Instead of using the normal rules for Subterranean Assault, when a model with this special rule enters play via Subterranean Assault, place an Apocalyptic Blast marker (10") anywhere on the battlefield that is at least 1" from any enemy model, battlefield edge or piece of Impassable Terrain and then scatter that marker.

If the marker’s final position is within 1" of an enemy model, any battlefield edge or a piece of Impassable Terrain, then the controlling player’s opponent may move that model to any position within 18" that is more than 1" from any enemy model, battlefield edge or piece of Impassable Terrain. If there is no suitable position within 18", then the model may be repositioned by the controlling player’s opponent anywhere on the battlefield that is more than 1" from any enemy model, battlefield edge or piece of Impassable Terrain.

Once the final position of the marker has been determined, the controlling player may place the model with this special rule on the battlefield so long as the centre of the marker is underneath part of the model’s hull, and the model remains more than 1" away from any enemy model. After the model has been placed, each Fortification within 6" of it immediately suffers D6 Str 10, AP 2 Hits, and nearby units suffer one S10, AP 2 Hit for each model within 6" of the model. Any unit that suffers one or more Hits from this effect must take an immediate Pinning test.

The area under the Apocalyptic Blast marker (10") is treated as Difficult Terrain and Dangerous Terrain for the remainder of the battle.
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