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You Shouldn't Stop In The Middle Of The Road ~ The Snow Just Melted; Open
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She sometimes wonder how quickly snow could melt, even though it has only just snowed last night.

Although, the fact that it's even snowing is probably something to worry about considering it's already entering springtime.

Students should be back in school right about now. Perfect time to start up a business and draw in impatient teenagers on the run from being late.

She wonders if pigeons are delicious to eat. There's a bunch of them at the park now, plucking on seeds on the ground.

What day is it today, anyway? She should grab a newspaper copy sometime. If not a phone, or at least something she can use to get on the Internet.

Being away for a year has already made her lose track of everything.

One step forward, a pull, followed by a very loud screech of a very heavy piece of metal being dragged on the pavement from behind.

Another step forward, another pull, followed by another very loud screech.

It would be a very odd sight for someone who decides to leave their house for the city early in the morning.

That is, they'd be able to see a cute young teenage girl, wearing what seems to be a bodysuit with a jacket over it, pulling on what appears to be a full-sized tram car about the size of a large van by some heavy-duty straps, heading towards a spot in front of a shopping mall right in the middle of the walkway.

The seemingly completely non-functioning wheels screeched. And screeched. And screeched. Every time with each step forward the girl took, pulling the tram car with her.

"Yeesh... there~!" With one last push and screech, the girl finally stopped with a cheer, slipping the kevlar straps off her shoulders. She doesn't seem to be quite beat up at all after pulling something that big all the way from... somewhere.

Without another word, she hopped over to the side of the tram car and punched the door on the side open, before hopping right inside and closing the door behind her.
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"Ah, love these snowy mornins," Matt murmured to himself as he made his way towards school. The homunculus was widely smiling, seemingly unconcerned that he was running a tad late to his classes. There were those that might disagree, but to Matt, days like these were meant to be enjoyed. After all, the peace and quiet imbued upon the environment by snow was sadly all too often -

SCREECH

Temporary.

"Ah shite," Matt muttered, shaking his head. That sound had just come from around the corner, meaning whatever it was would be right in his path. For a brief moment, he would just stand there. Then, with a sigh, he would resume walking forward. Hopefully whatever was going on wasn't going to delay him too badly.
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Chizu was a little annoyed at the weather. She'd been hoping that moving to southern Japan would mean moving away from snow, and everything that it entailed. The cold winter air didn't exactly make for nice flying, after all.

Still, with spring on the way, it wasn't likely to be like this much longer. It would be hot and humid before she knew it, so maybe she should try to enjoy the cold while it lasted.

Yeah, right.

The aeromancer was flying back home, having just returned from an early-morning run along the beach when she spotted the figure moving along the street below her. Chizu frowned, blinking to make sure that she wasn't seeing things. When her vision failed to rearrange itself, the aeromancer floated down to the ground towards the tram car and the girl--and yes, it was a girl, a teenager by the looks of it--who was pulling it.

Chizu grinned in spite of herself. Having gone to school in Hyakuji, she'd seen stranger things.

"Need any help there?" she asked the girl, more as a joke than anything.
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"Aiyaa~! I'm sorry, we are not open yet!" The joking offer was instead answered by an apology, as the girl in the tram had thought she asked if they were open. Whatever she's doing in the tram definitely sounded busy, with clanking and clattering echoing all around it sounded like a war was going on inside. "Worry not, we'll be open in twelve-point-four-nine seconds-nee! Thank you for your patience~!"

About eleven-point-o-nine seconds later, the cacophony inside the tram car stopped. As promised by the girl and for anyone keeping count with a timer, at exactly twelve-point-four-nine seconds later, the tram car transformed.

Although, 'transformed' might be a little bit overselling it. It did however, start to open up, from the windows sliding away, the side chassis of the tram car folding outwards, followed by four stools popping out from inside, and a small sign faded into view just above the roof of the tram.

Shao Red Moon Baozi Restaurant!
From Mars!
From The Future!
From Another World!


It's a bit hard to read, since it seemed to be entirely holographic and the sun made it seem pretty dim.

Either way, after all that's been said and done, what would stand there would appear to be a tram car-styled food stall. Heck, they could even see what seems to be a fully functional kitchen inside, almost akin to a regular food truck.

And then there's the girl from earlier standing in the kitchen. She had done away with the bodysuit and jacket and was now wearing a red dragon-patterned cheogsam, with a clean white apron over it. Which also had a cute little lotus flower embroidered at the middle.

"Thank you for your patience-nee~!" The girl called out quite triumphantly, opening her arms wide as she did the food stall's grand opening. Kind of. "Welcome to Shao's Red Moon Restaurant, grand reopening after a year of being lost in another world!" She announced with a bow, to all but one or two people there.

"Oh, I could use some assistance, thank you," The girl in cheogsam changed gears all of a sudden, hopping right over the kitchen counter and landing in front of the young woman who had offered her help earlier. In one swift motion, she pulled out something from behind her and stuffed it right over the woman's head.

It was a stuffed steamed bun head costume.

She just got made to be the mascot.
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Chizu tilted her head to the side at the girl's words, trying to peek into the tram. Whatever was in there seemed to be making an awful lot of noise, although Chizu couldn't see how that was possible. And had the girl just said they would be 'open' soon? She blinked in surprise as the tram began to unfold, opening into a restaurant, complete with holographic lettering.

Alright, that was impressive. She squinted at the lettering, trying to make out the words against the backdrop of sunlight.

Did that sign really say that this place was from Mars?

Chizu had seen strange things in her day, but that didn't mean she was going to up and believe something like that without confirmation. After all, it was more likely just a gimmick. She stepped closer to the girl to ask.

"Hey, is this place really--mmphmfngah!"

Her words were cut off by the thing that was suddenly shoved over her head. She sprang backward, alarmed, and raised her hands up to her face, groping at whatever it was the girl had assaulted her with. Her hands pressed into something...soft. Something oddly plushy.

Chizu turned the head around until she could see out of the eye sockets. Eye sockets that were covered with mesh, in a very costume-like manner.

"You've got to be kidding me!" Chizu said. "A mascot?! I'm not a mascot!"

She stepped closer to the girl, but rather than being intimidating, the effect just made her look like a particularly angry steamed bun. It was almost...cute.
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"Nyahaha~ Don't be so humble, someone this cute is perfect as a mascot!" The girl said with a laugh, with incredible audacity patting the clearly older female on the shoulder. She was either completely oblivious or plainly didn't care that she might get blown across the street for imprisoning an innocent civilian in a steamed bun costume.

The Chinese girl then pulled out a bamboo steamer out of nowhere, holding it in front of the mascot. In it were three large and plump steamed buns, still pretty much steaming and piping hot. "I see you have just gotten done with a morning exercise," She said with a grin. "How about a fresh sample of Yi's energizing buns to fill and warm yourself up?"

...Whatever could be in the 'energizing' steamed buns, though.
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"I'm sorry, who exactly are you calling cute?!"

For most girls, even most older women, that would be a compliment. It was possible that Chizu would be a lot happier if she could just take things that way, instead of taking offense at everything. But at the moment, considering she was still wondering exactly what sort of mascot atrocity she had been turned into, it was probably justified.

That said, she had to admit, those steamed buns looked good.

She hadn't had breakfast yet, and her stomach was rumbling.

"Well, alright," she said. "Maybe just one."

It was as she was raising the bun to her mouth that Chizu realized something very important.

Namely that the steamed bun head didn't exactly have a 'mouth', just a drawn-on cartoon mouth that couldn't actually eat. So really, she looked like a cartoon steamed bun attempting to eat a real steam bun. That was probably classified as cannibalism somewhere.

Was that why that preschooler over there was crying?
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As confident as a chef could be in their own cooking, the teenage food stall owner still seemed pretty expectant for the reaction of her first customer of the day.

Hold that thought, though. There was a little crisis that needed attending. "Ah... I will be right back," The girl said, with a small nod and a grin, while eying the crying preschooler. "Enjoy your meal~"

And off she went, walking right over to the kid.

With no less than four steamed buns being juggled over her head with one hand, still holding the bamboo steamers she had in the other.

Looking almost like a Chinese circus entertainer of some sort.

Even with a hop, and a leap, and a twirl in the air.

Before stopping quite daintily on her toes right in front of the preschooler, steamed buns plopping neatly into open steamers in her hands. "Is something wrong, little one?" For someone who had earlier been pretty imposingly and unhealthily disrespectful to her senior, she sounded a lot more gentle when talking to the child.
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Now she'd done it. Chizu might not have been in the mood to act as a mascot, but she certainly hadn't meant to make a small child cry. Her stomach still growled, and the steamed bun in her hand looked good, but after looking between the bun and the child a few times, she made her choice. She set the bun aside and walked over to the kid.

Chizu smiled awkwardly, even though she knew that the child couldn't see it, and raised both of her hands in a friendly wave, the way she had seen some mascots do. She wasn't sure whether she was supposed to talk or not, but she tried for a funny voice, which was very much not her usual style. "What's wrong, little boy? Would you like a steamed bun?~"

Unfortunately, that only made the little boy cry louder, clutching hard to his mother. He pointed at Chizu with one hand. "Scary!" he shouted.

Chizu scowled in irritation, reverting back to her usual tone as she loomed over the child. "Hey! Who are you calling 'scary', you little brat?"

Well. That probably wasn't going to help.
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For a moment the China girl just wanted to roll around on the floor laughing. The girl held back, hiding her face away as she snickered quietly instead.

And then she stopped. "Ah," With a little realization and a lightbulb popping above her head.

The girl had an oddly evil grin on her face, as she rose back up to her feet with a glint in her eyes.

"Step aside, you steamed monster!" All of a sudden the Chinese girl stepped in between the kid and the mascot. "Your days of terrifying the citizens will end here and now, for I! Am! HERE!"

At that moment she grabbed hold of her apron, and on pulling it away she had magically changed her outfit to that of her earlier bodysuit. In an introduction almost akin to that of a masked warrior of justice, the Chinese girl struck a pose, had a heroic theme song play in the background from the tram car, followed by an eruption of colorful smoke that smelled strangely of bacon.

"Interdimensional Martian Warrior Yi from the future, to the rescue!" The girl proclaimed loudly, with a beckoning pose to the poor woman. "Your days are numbered, Baomon!"

She even gave the mascot a name.

Martian Warrior Yi gave a small wink, pretty much just telling her to go along with it for now. For the kids.

"Oh, they're having a live action show?" The kid's mother pretty much saw through it all, and seemed to be totally okay with everything going on. Not to mention, it seemed showy enough that even a couple of other bystanders were caught by interest.
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At first, Chizu stared at the girl in confusion as she came between her and the child, practically pushing her away. What was she talking about--monsters and Martians? And who the hell was Baomon? At her wink, however, realization struck. Chizu understood what she was trying to do.

Fine, she thought, glancing at the gathering crowd and the child from what little she could see of her periphery. It wasn't like they could see her face, after all. If this weird kid wanted to play it that way, she could play along. It might even be fun.

Chizu held both her hands out to her side, palms down. She curled her fingers in an exaggerated way, as if she was trying to push herself up off of invisible poles that were stuck in the earth. As she did, the wind picked and twisted around her, lifting her off her feet. The crowd gasped appropriately, and Chizu let herself hang in place, bobbing up and down as the wind picked up around her.

The truth was that she could have lifted herself up into the air with a lot less pomp and a lot less wind.

But this was certainly dramatic.

She threw back her head, letting out a loud, savage, appropriately villainous laugh. "You've seen through my disguise," she said. "But you'll have to do more than that to stop me, Yi!"

Ugh, she really hoped that no one was taking a video of this. If this got back to Nickle or Lavender, she would never live it down.
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Yi the Warrior of Justice seemed quite pleased that the mascot she found was a sporting one, albeit maybe a bit begrudgingly. Nonetheless, looks like today's promotional campaign for her restaurant is going to be a fun and flashy one.

Yi snickered as she raised and flicked her hands.

Followed by the tram restaurant showing off another one of its features, with the stools turning sideways and opening up its seat to reveal that it was hollow-

Before steamed buns of all sorts of fillings started firing out of it like some sort of steamed buns cannon, all aimed right at the mascot! "Wahahaha! How is that for more, Baomon!"

...Is a Warrior of Justice supposed to be using cheap surprise attacks like that?
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Chizu's initial thought--when she saw the restaurant's seats turn sideways and the floor lift to reveal a bun cannon--was 'what the hell?!'.

Her second thought, roughly associated with the moment when the cannons trained themselves on her and started firing, was 'oh crap'.

It was closely followed by the realization that she had dealt with much more dangerous projectiles before, and what was enhanced speed if she wasn't going to use it?

With a dramatic sweep of her arm, and only the barest moment of hesitation, 'Baomon' summoned a curtain of wind between herself and the cannon, allowing the bun projectiles to bounce harmlessly off of the shield, and off of her. A few of the ricocheting pastries bounced into the crowd, and she caught sight of kids grabbing for them out of the corner of her eye, some of them letting out gasps and cheers.

"Is that all you've got?" Chizu asked, challenging Yi. "Please, don't waste my time."
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Scribble scribble scribble.

Yi somehow managed to find the time to whip out a small notebook to write something down rapidly like a machine with excited vigor, while the mascot was distracted with the bun cannons. "...initial observation seems to be a very competent control over the air itself...! But how does she do it... is she restricted to certain gasses? Is this ability of hers from something a lot more archaic? Magic and psychic ability is yet to be out of the question too, so perhaps she requires more testing..."

...Ah, she got distracted. "H-ha, you are certainly a formidable villain...!" Yi hastily forced herself back into the act, tossing the notebook away over her shoulder into oblivion. "A more hands-on method would be more effective then!"

For some reason, she had to emphasize it with creepily waggling fingers.

Before all of a sudden, with a single powerful kick off the ground, strong enough to leave behind a deep footprint in the asphalt, Yi rushed forward towards the airborne woman like a bullet to tackle her right off the air and into Yi's own tram car!

While it may still look like so for the onlookers, this would certainly not feel like a stage play.
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Was Yi writing something down?

Chizu couldn't be sure, because the wind and the flying buns were obscuring her vision--not to mention the vision inside the mascot head was already fairly obscured to begin with--but that was what she thought that Yi was doing. Before she could question it, however, Yi was rushing at her, kicking off the ground.

The moment of distraction nearly cost her. Chizu had not been expecting Yi to launch herself at her, and because of that, she scrambled to react, gathering the wind around her to defend herself as she raised her arms up, one arm crossed in front of the other. Yi would feel the wind wrapping around her in a hasty attempt to slow her down as she approached, the air forming a layer of padding between Chizu and Yi as Yi's kick struck the place where Chizu's arms were crossed.

Even with the padding, Chizu felt the sting. The kick nearly drove her down to her knees, and Chizu had to launch herself backward to get away from the force of it, sliding back across the ground. As she slid to a stop, knees bent to absorb the impact, Chizu lowered her arms back to her side.

Her forearms stung a little where Yi had kicked her. Chizu felt the pain, but from behind her mascot head, she was grinning, lowering her weight into an easy stance.

"This just became worth my time..." she said.

Whether it was Baomon speaking or not was up to interpretation, but one way or another, Chizu kicked off the ground and surged forward, the wind lending the movement speed and power as she closed in on Yi. She drew her fist back and thrust it forward with a shout, the wind exploding into motion around the blow to lend it impact.
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That felt off and soft. It was not the kind of feeling she expected when landing a kick. "A defensive maneuver using a layer of heavily compressed air...? How creative...!" Yi's contemplative monologue continued, her gleeful thoughts seem quite uninterrupted from before.

What fruitful coincidence the whole situation turned out to be for Yi. Not only is she getting quite the publicity for her restaurant, she's also getting a first-hand demonstration of the superhuman abilities of the residents of this world!

Ah. Wait.

The woman is flying straight towards Yi in an offensive strike and in the short moment Yi was busy being mirthful, she had her guard dropped.

In a funnily familiar move, Yi instinctively raised her arms in front of herself in an attempt at a defense. Yet, unlike the woman, she ended up taking the full brunt of the attack, with the blow sending her flying back like a missile!

It didn't just sting. it didn't end with just a sore arm. That punch felt more like a battering ram to Yi, almost entirely bypassing the defensive layer of her suit. Her whole forearms felt oddly numb, though she was sure she'd feel the pain in just a second.

But she can't let that happen just yet.

In the split-second before she might have crashed into the crowd, Yi spun backward once before throwing a punch to the ground, gripping and anchoring herself to the road and clawing away a trail of asphalt as she skidded to a stop on all four. Comparatively much less gracefully than the other woman did.

Agh. Okay, yeah, the pain's coming. Add the ones in her fingers now, too.

She could have probably done it a bit more safely. But it's a lot more dramatic this way.

Especially when she's supposed to be the hero in this play, so she needs to at least have enough strength to look behind her with a confident grin at the kids holding their breath, and give them a thumbs up.

Well, they are cheering. Young humans are so simple.

Still. Her interest currently lies on someone different right now. As Yi turned her face away from the public, her expression immediately changed from a confident, unyielding hero, to...

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...one tinged with hunger and greed for research and knowledge.

And then, Yi disappeared.



Before suddenly reappearing without any trace or indication whatsoever right behind Chizu, hands clasped together and held right above herself. She then brought it down onto Baomon like a sledgehammer, with multiple times the force.
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The thrill of a well-placed blow ran through her as her punch knocked Yi back, sending her flying towards the crowd. She was initially worried about how hard she had hit Yi, but the girl seemed to be fine, even flipping over into the air and dazzling the crowd of children with a confident grin. Chizu exhaled, letting out a breath she hadn't realized she had been holding. That was good. Demonstration or not, it probably wouldn't reflect well on Lavender if SERAPH operatives were caught beating up civilians on a busy street.

She'd have to be more careful if she wanted to keep things going--maybe hold back a little. After all, wasn't she supposed to be the adult in the room?

Yi's sudden disappearance, however, cut that train of thought short. Chizu's eyes widened as her opponent suddenly vanished from in front of her, her gaze darting left and right as she tried to see which way the young woman had disappeared to. Was she simply just that fast? No. This was something else.

The stupid mascot head limited her visibility. Chizu muttered a curse, reaching out for the wind. She let it fill her senses, creating a net around her that would alert her to any movement. It was a crude substitute for sight. A more subtle aeromancer would be able to track down an opponent based on their breathing alone, but Chizu's training had unfortunately tended more towards the large and flashy displays than the subtle shows of power.

She knew enough to know that there was no sign of Yi anywhere, though. Until suddenly there was.

The pattern of air shifted behind her, making Chizu jump. It was as if Yi had appeared out of nowhere. Without being able to see her, Chizu's speed and reaction time was significantly hampered. Yi had appeared so suddenly that Chizu didn't have enough time to turn around, or to launch a counterattack. She started to turn, turning to face Yi, but it was too late.

The blow caught her overhead, and although Chizu raised her left arm to try the same shielding technique as she had used earlier, this time, it would feel rushed and lopsided, like it could only slow Yi down. The force of the impact threw her down onto the asphalt, making her see stars.

Instinct told her that she didn't want to be facedown on the ground in front of her opponent, so she moved out of instinct, pushing up off of the asphalt and landing several feet away, her head still spinning. The wind began to whip up and twist around her as she straightened up, drawing in a deep breath.

"Hah," she said, shaking her head from inside that annoying mascot costume. "The students here are really something. That's what I get for thinking about holding back..."
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There was significantly less resistance compared to last time. Hypothesis, Yi had caught her by surprise. Even so, such reaction, let alone reaction time, should be impossible outside of the five common human senses.

At least, it should be impossible without any supernatural help.

Nonetheless, she has surprisingly impressive durability, even when taken by surprise.

Yi had thought she shouldn't be using her full strength here. But from the looks of things, she might never be able to witness the full capability of her observation subject if she doesn't push it.

A grin. An excited, greedy smile of someone who does not care about stepping over the line.

There was no moment of respite. Yi dug her heels deep into the road and leaped forward with a crack on the ground, rocketing towards Chizu in a rash headlong jump. Her fist poised, sparks jumped across her arms as she then threw a punch with all of her suit's attributes maxed out.
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As Yi leaped towards her, moving with enough force to crack the earth beneath her feet, Chizu drew in a deep breath, crossing her arms in front of her chest. Her fingers twisted and curled inward, digging into the air around her. The air wove between the gaps of her fingers, becoming something tangible and malleable beneath her hand, as though the air were a curtain between her and Yi and she had grabbed hold of it.

She grinned, making sure she had a tight grip. And then, as Yi leaped into the air and rushed towards her, Chizu pulled her arms apart.

There was a snap, followed by the howl of the wind. It exploded outwards from her, skittering across the sidewalk and the street and sending dust and stray sheets of paper flying. The crowd shouted in alarm as the wind rushed over them, several of them rushing to hold on to hats and other lightweight paraphernalia that threatened to throw away. But the howl of the wind was only a side-effect for what Chizu was actually doing.

In between those parted curtains of wind, a blast formed, a missile made out of twisting, coiling air. And as Yi rushed towards her, airborne, that blast shot forward to meet her head-on.

Regardless of whether the blast hit or not, Chizu would soon be coming.

She bent her knees, taking off into the air just behind her blast. As she ran, she seemed to vanish from sight. If Yi managed to block or avoid the blast, she would find Chizu appearing in front of her shortly after, fist pulled back and ready to aim a blow at her torso.
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Perhaps it was overconfidence. Or she simply had little thought of being interrupted. Whatever was going on in Yi's mind, however, would be blown away with a twist. Rather than reaching her target, Yi instead had a head-on collision with what seemed to be a powerful, focused gale. The wind struck her hard and strong, Yi feeling as though she had crashed into a padded, yet undoubtedly solid wall that knocked the wind out of her. If it didn't throw her back, it would at least stop her dead in her track.

Yi skidded to a stop from the impact, falling to one knee with a hard gasp.

Not a second wasted.

A solid punch right on her torso, with the kind of force enough to make Yi behind her protection reel in pain from the hit. Her breath was forced out of her with a hiss, and for a moment, she saw stars with flickers of blackness.

Afterward, Yi was still. But it was only for a moment.

Yi stood her ground and stayed standing. Seemingly, somehow, she was still conscious, as she made a move to grasp Chizu's offensive wrist with a vice grip.

Or at least, there was an attempt at it. Yi's hand shook even as she took hold, and any amount of force she put on it didn't last for very long. Chizu would quite easily be able to shake her off, as Yi seemed as though she was just holding onto her opponent as a crutch to stay standing.

"Aa... aiyaa... Humans from this world are really strong-nee~?" Yi's voice came from her seemingly worn out state, void of most of her crazed megalomaniacal tone from the fight. Instead, judging from her expression as she raised her face with a satisfied cat-faced grin, she seemed rather content. "It... probably would've been cooler with that mask off, though, Miss Mascot...~"

That was her idea in the first place, dammit.
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