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Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby Clearasday » 25 Nov 2013, 17:56:44

The third Host entered the auditorium. He strode to the stage. By now there were a significant amount of bodies piling up inside, as nobody had made any effort to remove them. He was escorted by a large troop of interns all holding microphones and cameras. Pictures were taken, backdrops were set up. And through it all, the two pairs ignored them. They focused only on each other. They'd been standing like this all day since Mister E. Meat had left them all. Wasabi and Dferrantino stood tensed and waiting beside each other opposite Ryvvn and Stigmata who seemed equally ready to pounce if even an ounce of weakness was detected.

The stage-hands began to let two ropes down from the rafters. Soon two nooses were hanging at eye-level. But who would fill them?


"Welcome ladies and gentlemen, viewers and forced participants, to the final evening of the hit-show...

Are You In Love With A Wolf That Wants To Rip Your Guts Out?

Today we will answer that question. With a resounding Yes. But will they be lynched? Prepare to find out.

Now I know tensions are high right now at home, with many sad that they're not going to be able to follow such a spectacle again after tonight. But as sure as I live right now, I promise that I'll be bringing this show right back to you for another season next year. We've already lined up our next village of chumps.

I think the contestants would like to take a minute to thank the fans at home for tuning in religiously and supporting the show. They sure as hell couldn't have got all this way without the ratings all you viewers provided. We'd have killed them all long ago without your support. So we wanted to say that we love you, the fans. Isn't that right Dferrantino?"

Wasabi turns slowly and takes the microphone from the Host. Without pausing it is snapped over his leg and one half is thrust back into the Host's still outstretched hand and straight through it. "I've had enough of you not taking our love seriously. I'm going to make sure it's the last thing you ever do."

Three things happen at once. Stigmata and Ryvvn launch into action, Dferrantino roars and transforms into a Werewolf, and Wasabi picks the spluttering host up and in a move reminding everyone of a recently deceased wrestler, slams him into the ground head-first.

Ryvvn feints to the left, drawing a terrifying Dferrantino after him whilst Stigmata quickly grabs onto one of the hanging nooses and swings at the momentarily distracted Wolf. He lands on his back and the loop is passed over Dferrantino's head. But his windpipe being slowly constricted does nothing to stop Dferrantino from clawing Stigmata off and swiping him with a crash to the floor. But in doing so his footing is sacrificed, and Dferrantino falls off the stage, the rope snapping taught and brutally crushing his neck further. Yet a wolf's neck is tougher than that of a Human counterpart, and he continues to hold onto life.


Ryvvn surveys the situation. Punching and then grabbing a camera from an intern that had got too close, he places himself centre-stage, between his downed Lover and the choking Werewolf. But an unknown hand finds his neck and he is forced to the ground. Wasabi stands behind him, one half of a microphone stand in his hand and resting dangerously against Ryvvn's exposed neck.

"I've got him my beautiful Wolf. I'll be right with you to free you from that infernal thing in a minute. But first, what shall I do with him? Should I impale him or would that be too quick? I want to send Stigmata a message that no-one attacks my lover. Not even if you're a Wolf. They're just being mean to you right? You aren't responsible for anyone's deaths. You're just misunderstood."

Dferrantino's face is turning blue but he nods furiously and continues to try to swipe at the extremely claw-resistant noose. Wasabi takes no notice of his pain. Surprisingly, the fact that his lover is a Werewolf seems, to Wasabi, to be all the more reason to love him.


"I always knew we were special my little Dfairytino. Now we're going to end this show. We're going to be famous."

The cameramen step even closer, preparing to eagerly take snaps of the final moments of the show. But Ryvvn seizes the moment. With shut eyes he raises the camera still in his hands, and takes a point-blank snap of his captor's face. Wasabi is momentarily blinded and Ryvvn wriggles free, spinning, and punches the Wolf's lover in the face. Wasabi goes down unconscious.

Stigmata opens his eyes and shakes his head to clear it of the pain. He looks up and around to find Wasabi and Dferrantino hanging side-by-side from the long ropes, both struggling to breath, but with their hands not reached to their necks, but instead clasping each other's tightly. Ryvvn stands on the stage above them. Both the dying Wolf and the dying Human struggle to each other into an embrace. But their strength has left them. In a moment their hands fall away from each other and rest limply at their side's.

Stigmata climbs onto the stage and embraces Ryvvn. A sea of interns and stage-hands surge forward intent on interviewing both. In a rush they are carried to victory together out of that bloody and nightmarish room which had acted as their tomb for the past nine days. The Final Host is dead, and the programme and order seems to have died with him, but nobody cares. For the wolves have all died too.

Humans win.



Dferrantino has been lynched. He was a Lover. He was the final wolf.
Wasabi has died of a broken heart. He was a Lover. Though his taste in true love was questionable, he remained a Human.


Ryvvn has survived. He was a Lover.
Stigmata has survived. He was a Lover.
Through it all, they were both Human aligned.


This game has ended. The Wolves are extinct. Thanks for playing everyone, I hope you had fun playing, I certainly enjoyed running such a zany setup.
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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby Clearasday » 25 Nov 2013, 17:58:27

My thoughts shall come tomorrow, it is once again too late for me to stay around. I enjoyed the RP as well guys and some of the plotting and scheming was excellent. Remind me never to trust any of you.
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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby FurinMirado » 25 Nov 2013, 18:21:28

Now to repopulate the village...

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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby 7-zark-7 » 25 Nov 2013, 18:23:46

FurinMirado wrote:Now to repopulate the village...


I'm wondering about this. Sole survivors being Ryvvn, Stigmata, and a reality tv crew. They're going to need more chlorine in the gene pool.

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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby FurinMirado » 25 Nov 2013, 18:35:53

Good game everyone, well-played. Thanks again to Clearasday for running it.

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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby rekard » 25 Nov 2013, 19:07:23

I blame Ravebomb

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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby Okaros » 25 Nov 2013, 19:36:30

That was a fun, enjoyable game (if rather brief for me, thanks Hellheart :p ). The writeups for each day were great CAD, and the plentiful and varied backstabbing made it a lot of fun to watch from the grave, even without the PMs on-hand.


Speaking of which, I'm steadily dumping CAD's PMs into the dead forum's PM thread if anybody wants to look and see what went down.
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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby Iron Clad Burrito » 25 Nov 2013, 19:53:08

rekard wrote:I blame Ravebomb


...I think I resent being left out of your ragelist. :)

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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby Omega » 25 Nov 2013, 20:15:04

Great game all around.

Nicely done CAD.

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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby Admetus » 25 Nov 2013, 20:46:26

CAD delivers a well written game again! Hooray Humans!

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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby dferrantino » 25 Nov 2013, 21:07:43

Bah!

Great game CAD, wish I could have been more active (though it probably would have gotten me killed a few days ago).

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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby Hellheart » 26 Nov 2013, 01:48:50

Griffypoo is still the MVP for the funniest RP yet (in addition to being spot-on), and I wanted to revisit his most amusing posts so here they are, spoilered for your convenience.

[+] The ULTIMATE Warriorrrrarrgghh
Griffypoo wrote:
7-Zark-7 wrote:More by voting pattern, although you raise a good point, bipeds generally aren't well endowed - except for horses of course.




HORSES ARE QUADRUPEDS YOU BATH TUB WEARING TOWER OF IGNORANCE but then I guess I SHOULDNT EXPECT you to be A MASTER of NOTICING HOW MANY LEGS THINGS HAVE LIKE THE ULTIMATE

*snrrrrrrrrrrrrrk*

WARRIOR


Griffypoo wrote:
Hellheart wrote:It would be easier to play chess against you Warrior if you didn't smash the chess board in half after you moved a piece yeah I'm just saying it gets a little expensive and boring but then again chess is boring yeah there's a lot of finesse with no style and I've never been good with finesse and that's why I've been such a force in the Wolf Wrestling Federation it has nothing to dooooo with whether or not I'm a member of the Human Alliance because the Macho Man has always faced his problems head on yeah I never turn my back to an enemy yeah I just keep coming until he's down and then I find a new enemy because the Madness never quits.



IF THERE'S ONE REASON WHY I'M NOT CALLED THE ULTIMATE STRATEGIST, IT'S BECAUSE I AM THE ULTIMATE WARRIOR which you should know BECAUSE THAT'S WHAT YOU JUST CALLED ME and it is NOT COMPLICATED TO REMEMBER THE MEANING BEHIND A NAME

RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRGHAAAAAAAAH

It's times like these where I gotta go back and just look over the tapes and remember the matchups AND SEE WHAT THINGS REALLY ARE

The PROBLEM WITH GUT FEELINGS is that they're FEELINGS that have NOTHING TO DO WITH CRUSHING YOUR ENEMY SUCH AS ANGER OR RAGE

I GOTTA LAY THE ELBOW DOWN ON FURINMIRADO AGAIN because my VHS is saying he ran with A KNOWN MEMBER OF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP WOLFING ON TWO DIFFERENT TOURS and then when you thought it couldn't get worse he TURNS HIS FIST AWAY FROM THE VERY SAME MAN AT THE LAST MINUTE TO TRY TO SAVE HIM

HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARGH WHAT CAN A CAT EVEN SAY TO THAT BESIDES MEOW


Griffypoo wrote:
Ravebomb wrote:I'll throw down on zark just for the three way that creates. He'd like a three way, right?

Edit. Frack you griffy



I DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU EXPECT TO GET FROM YOUR FRACKING AS I AM FAIRLY LACKING IN HYDROCARBONS however I have a FULL STOCK OF BODY SLAMS AAAAAAAAAGH


Griffypoo wrote:Alright I'm gonna explain this reaaal slow so you can all COMPREHEND THE MEANING BEHIND MY WORDS

I DON'T BASE MY VOTES OFF ANYTHING ON DAY ONE but if you absolutely, positively gotta know my reasoning

*rrrrrrrrrrrrrr*
IT
IS
THIS

I pointed the FINGER OF FURY at Hellheart because HE TOOK A GIMMICK I REALLY WANTED, but then he gave me an alternative THAT REALLY WORKED OUT FOR ME and I changed my vote to VisiGOTH based SOLELY on the fact that he HAS GOTH IN HIS NAME WHICH IS REPREHENSIBLE TO A FORCE OF NATURE SUCH AS THE ULTIMATE WARRIOR

LOOK ME IN THE EYES, USURPERS, YOU KNOW IT TO BE TRUE

MY DAY ONES HAVE BEEN AND ALWAYS WILL BE GARBAGE OF THE LOWEST CALIBER AND YOU'D BETTER BELIEVE IT ESPECIALLY IN THIS CIRCUMSTANCE WHERE I'VE BEEN BLOCKED FROM VIEWING AT WORK AND ONLY GET AROUND TO CHECKING AT NIGHT AND I'D SORT OF LOST THE MOTIVATION UNTIL I GOT MY NEW GIMMICK

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAUGHAAAAAHAHAHAAAAA


Griffypoo wrote:
Ravebomb wrote:You think your DISPOSABLE THUMBS are what give you ADVANTAGE? You can't even SPELL IT, let alone SLAM IT. You ever hear of HORSE POWER? Nobody ever heard of MONKEY POWER.

To you I say GET BUCKED!

Eat HORSE APPLES MONKEY BOY!



Alright you're getting the fury but in order to buck someone they'd have to of course be RIDING YOU

WE'LL WORK ON THE TRASH TALK I GUESS but that's better than expected from A HORSE
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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby stigmata » 26 Nov 2013, 04:51:16

It would appear that I'm better at this game when I shut the hell up.

Great game, CAD. It was a bastard to get my head around. :P

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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby Hellheart » 26 Nov 2013, 05:54:10

stigmata wrote:It would appear that I'm better at this game when I shut the hell up.

Great game, CAD. It was a bastard to get my head around. :P

You looked wolfy as all hell because you were too quiet. If you hadn't been sheeping Ryvvn so often that it's nearly impossible for you to be a wolf, you're almost always getting the votes instead of him. In the end the "laziest" strategy ended up being the winning one for you.

Still, I honestly thought the two of you were going to convince Wasabi there. Ryvvn made a fantastic post that simultaneously took both you and Wasabi off of the table for voting. After that post, both of you looked so human I felt kind of embarrassed for Dferrantino. I suspect Wasabi may have opted not to change his vote simply because he wins either way.

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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby RaveBomb » 26 Nov 2013, 06:38:57

rekard wrote:I blame Ravebomb


I need more sig lines.... Maybe I can re-jigger my middle one to be "if we lose, it's going to be entirely your fault." What do you think?
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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby Hellheart » 26 Nov 2013, 07:00:43

RaveBomb wrote:
rekard wrote:I blame Ravebomb


I need more sig lines.... Maybe I can re-jigger my middle one to be "if we lose, it's going to be entirely your fault." What do you think?

After this game, that is now true for both human-rekard and wolf-rekard. You'd be selling yourself short by keeping the original version.

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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby dferrantino » 26 Nov 2013, 07:09:02

Hellheart wrote:Still, I honestly thought the two of you were going to convince Wasabi there. Ryvvn made a fantastic post that simultaneously took both you and Wasabi off of the table for voting. After that post, both of you looked so human I felt kind of embarrassed for Dferrantino. I suspect Wasabi may have opted not to change his vote simply because he wins either way.

Yeah, after that post I spent 3 hours trying to figure out how I could convince not only stigmata, but Wasabi to vote on Ryvvn. Thankfully halfway into writing it I saw Wasabi wasn't convinced, so I had to go for the crapshoot.

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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby Mister E. Meat » 26 Nov 2013, 07:31:00

This game was amazingly fun for me. Thanks to CAD for running it and thanks to Sphen for giving me the tools I needed to eke out a personal win.

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Postby sphenodont » 26 Nov 2013, 07:34:06

Good game, all. Thanks to CAD for running it. It was fun, frenetic, and often frustrating. But mostly fun.

MEM, I just wish that day hadn't falled on a Friday so we could have worked together more closely. Maybe the good guys could have pulled out a win. :)

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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby Hellheart » 26 Nov 2013, 07:43:45

sphenodont wrote:Good game, all. Thanks to CAD for running it. It was fun, frenetic, and often frustrating. But mostly fun.

MEM, I just wish that day hadn't falled on a Friday so we could have worked together more closely. Maybe the good guys could have pulled out a win. :)

I think you just wanted to kill me off as revenge for making it impossible for us to survive until the endgame :P

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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby rekard » 26 Nov 2013, 07:49:32

RaveBomb wrote:
rekard wrote:I blame Ravebomb


I need more sig lines.... Maybe I can re-jigger my middle one to be "if we lose, it's going to be entirely your fault." What do you think?


Looks good. You have entered my vig/maul list too.

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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby RaveBomb » 26 Nov 2013, 08:14:21

There, changed.

I would note that the game from where the quote originated, we did win. :D
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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby Hellheart » 26 Nov 2013, 08:41:45

I now have the funnier Griffypoo quotes edited into the original post awhile back. That was definitely worth the effort.

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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby rekard » 26 Nov 2013, 10:27:43

Iron Clad Burrito wrote:
rekard wrote:I blame Ravebomb


...I think I resent being left out of your ragelist. :)


You were human and went for a lovers win.

Rave though, opted for betrayal, lies and poor constructed deceit that led to two dead wolves. Imagine how this would have looked if MEM a human pair instead of Ravebomb. Or even better if we had had our vengeful kill triggered. Four human deaths there minimum. But nooo. Also the betrayal forced and revealed voting trends difficult to dispel by the wolves. We could had won that if we had worked as a team.

Sphen actually got the best way to get rid of Rave by contacting MEM. That way there would be no alignment reveal or chance for a kill. His decision gave a breath to the wolves.

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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby RaveBomb » 26 Nov 2013, 10:47:35

What's the old cliche? It's not if you win or lose, but how you play the game. I, personally, had a blast.
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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby Hellheart » 26 Nov 2013, 11:14:55

RaveBomb wrote:What's the old cliche? It's not if you win or lose, but how you play the game. I, personally, had a blast.

I'm quite honestly stunned that you expected something more from Ravebomb. This is the man that once challenged to a duel literally everybody that was still alive, including the Seer-peeked final wolf in a situation where the correct course of action is just to lynch him.

But noooo, Ravebomb had to be a hero. Nevermind that if he loses the duel, penalty votes for declined duel challenges meant that an outed wolf would actually end up winning.

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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby RaveBomb » 26 Nov 2013, 11:26:53

See, when you put it like that it sounds insane. :mrgreen:

Except, of course, I won that one. :lol: :flail: :lol:

"Correct" and "fun" are sometimes different directions.
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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby sphenodont » 26 Nov 2013, 12:07:25

rekard wrote:Sphen actually got the best way to get rid of Rave by contacting MEM. That way there would be no alignment reveal or chance for a kill. His decision gave a breath to the wolves.


I wanted MEM to get rid of ICB and Rave because I didn't want their vengeful kill being triggered (though I don't know who their first choice of targets would have been), and because I thought ICB had too much cred and was likely to reveal another wolf if given the chance.

(I'm surprised no one in the end game picked up that ICB had telegraphed that dfer was a wolf on day one.)

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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby rekard » 26 Nov 2013, 13:03:30

Rave specified in the dead thread he would be blackmailing you all with a shot.

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Postby RaveBomb » 26 Nov 2013, 13:31:47

If the shot had been triggered, I'm not sure who I would have killed. It would have been highly dependent on what was happening.

I would have used the threat of it to control the last one or two wolves, if necessary.
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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby Iron Clad Burrito » 26 Nov 2013, 14:12:35

RaveBomb wrote:If the shot had been triggered, I'm not sure who I would have killed. It would have been highly dependent on what was happening.

I would have used the threat of it to control the last one or two wolves, if necessary.


I don't know what Rave would have been thinking, but I told him that as far as i was concerned, all bets were off once one of us was lynched -- I would take out a wolf, full stop, and I expected Rave would take out a human. But I don't know. I did want Rave to use that threat to control them; they all knew that Rave and I were both vengeful, which SHOULD HAVE guaranteed that the power would work once. Alas, Sphen found the psychopath before we could.

Reading through the wolf and dead boards, I think EVERYONE thought it was Zark at some point. :)

sphenodont wrote:(I'm surprised no one in the end game picked up that ICB had telegraphed that dfer was a wolf on day one.)


If I telegraphed, it wasn't intentional. I couched it in a completely random noise and it gained no traction -- and honestly it had the desired effect. I don't even think that would have bought me more human cred if I'd made it to late-game. My noise with Rekard would have overwhelmed it in any case.

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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby Omega » 27 Nov 2013, 10:20:43

Rave, What is the genesis of the simple_simon quote referring to you as a pants rat?

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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby RaveBomb » 27 Nov 2013, 10:51:21

Thank you for digging that out.
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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby Rictus » 27 Nov 2013, 10:54:08

DastardlyOldMan wrote:The Pantsed Rat


That was only my second wolf game, and I was sooooo confused.

Thats a great quote from Simon though.
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Re: Game Over - Two out of Twenty-Four ain't bad

Postby Griffypoo » 27 Nov 2013, 11:32:34

Hellheart wrote:I now have the funnier Griffypoo quotes edited into the original post awhile back. That was definitely worth the effort.


Just glad somebody enjoyed it besides me. I will do my damnedest to live up to the high standards I've set here in later games. Good times, all, and thank you CAD for running this.


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