On the Edge of Mystery: Chapter 35, Part 1, You Choose Who You Choose to Be

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Been busy with projects and homework.  Also writer's block as i am trying ot end my story.  I was thinking this chapter will have just two, but now it is looking like it will have three parts.


Hope you guys enjoy the first part.  This part sets up the next, so more action in the second part.


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Chapter 35, Part 1

You Choose Who You Choose to Be


         We are falling through a small shaft, not bigger than the diameter of the wooden circle.  The wooden circle and shaft are about five yards across; although it is difficult to measure when you are free falling!

         Having the presence of mind, I grabbed Annabeth and rolled her on top of me so my body would break her fall; the least I can do after punching her in the face and then jumping on her.  Bam!  We met that sudden-abrupt-halt otherwise known as the ground.

         After falling ten to fifteen feet, maybe even twenty feet -again difficult to measure- I expected a hard surface to greet my face.  But what was felt instead was something relatively a lot softer.  My landing seemed to practically sprint a bit with the impact with the ground.  Almost like I had jumped into a bin.. of… straw….

         “Wait a second,” I thought, as I helped up Annabeth.

         I was about ready to say something out loud, but Annabeth stood up to cover my mouth with her right hand while she held her first finger of her left hand up to her lips.  Then she buried me the straw by shoving me under.

         Suddenly, Dagur must have come over to the hole in the upper floor because I heard him yell down, “Sister!  Sister, are you alright?!”

         “Yes, I’m fine,” she replied.

         “Where’s Jarl?” Dagur further questioned.

         Annabeth answered, “He may have run off through one of the tunnels.”

         Dagur questioned, “Do you need someone to go down there to get you?”

         “No, no,” quickly responded Annabeth.  “you start an island wide search up there, while I’ll flush him out down here.”

         Dagur added, “I don’t know where these tunnels lead out to.  How am I supposed to know where to meet you?”

         “There’s no need,” Annabeth rebutted.  “Most of these tunnels are dead ends, anyway.  I should be able to tail him quite easily.  If you start spreading your men out across the whole island, you should find him… or he will stumble across you guys.  He has no weapon, so all he would have to defend himself would be his hands.  If you out number him, you should be able to overwhelm him.”

         Once I heard Dagur start to call his men to go search for me, I started to pop my head out of the straw.  Annabeth shoved it back under.  Footsteps could be heard above.  After a minute or two they subsided until nothing could be heard above.

         Still under the straw, I said, “Can I come up now?”

         “Can you come up?” Annabeth echoed smiling as she helped me up.

         Spitting straw from my mouth, I changed the first word, “May I come up?”

         “Yes you may,” Annabeth answered.

         We both jumped out of a large bin of straw.

         First thing I did after getting out was ask, “Annabeth, are you alright?”

         “Yes, I’m fine,” she stretched and replied.  “That was an epic fight, even if the second half of it was planned.  You played your part well.  The way you looked stunned… man, you were great.”

         “Well most of that was not acting.  You really laid it on,” I stated.

         Annabeth rubbed the left side of her jaw some, “You didn’t do too shabby yourself.”

         “I’m sorry An-.”

         “Look,” Annabeth stopped me.  “There’s no need.  I wanted you to hit me.  To make the fight look good, all hits needed to be real.  Oh, and by the way, I do like your mother’s cooking.  I just needed to get a reaction out of you after you did not want to punch me.  I do appreciate that, but it needed to look good.”

         “So are you really Annabeth now?” I asked, a little cautiously.

         “What?” she looked at me funny.  “Oh… Oh, yes.  Like I said with the fight, things needed to look good.  I had a plan worked out, but Dagur had other plans.  So, I had to adapt on the fly which meant no warning you about it.  Plus, it would make our interactions that more realistic.”

         “So about the other da-.”

         Annabeth jumped in, “I am truly sorry about the other day.  What I did to you is something I never want to actually do.  I had hoped you would find the compartment and follow your instincts of where to find us.  Dagur did want to leave this island, but I kept him here as the island is more defendable from outside forces.  Yet, if a certain someone was to infiltrate, single handedly, the island, then we could pull the wool over Dagur’s eyes.”

         Annabeth continued, “And… and I wanted to see how much you did trust me.  When you gave me this locket,” Annabeth says as she takes the locket that I started to pull out of my pocket.  “I said I would never take it off, unless I was in a lot of trouble or danger.  If you were around, I would take off the locket if were in trouble or danger.  I was hoping you would just remember that and keep hoping I did not mean it.  But if I were to find Sirena, I had to help Dagur.  When Dagur crossed Hari and you showed up to rescue me, I had to change my plans.  Not that I would have not wanted you to rescue me, I just change my plans on the fly.  If the opportunity to leave you a clue to leave but come back, I was going to take it.  So, I intentionally stalled Dagur from leaving so I could ‘give’ you the locket.  This will be one of the rare times where I take off this locket.  I hope you understand.”

         “I do, Annabeth,” I replied.  “I do now.  It was a shock at first, but keeping hope that it was not true and following the clue you left me and another one I found, helped me to find you again.”

         After a pause of silence, Annabeth said, “If I know what you are thinking, you are wonder if we should just go back up through the shaft?  Normally, I would agree with you.  But the thing is I still need to find Sirena.”

         “What do you want me to do?” I asked.

         She responded, “You know that pair of keys I had you get?”


         “Well, those keys are to the dragon cages.  Dagur has been collecting dragons in a way as if he were doing it for someone,” Annabeth said.  “I need you to work your way down to the cages, free Sirena, tell her to go home, see about letting as many other dragons as you can go, and then come back for me.  The tunnels to our left lead to the above ground stables.  The ones to our right lead to the dragon stables further towards the coast.  If you come to more than one tunnel, pick the one in the middle.  You might have to get creative traversing through the tunnels, but you’ll know the dragon cage staging area when you come to it.”

         “Okay,” I said as I started to walk towards the right.

         Annabeth walked over and then stood in front of me, “I won’t be able to go with you.  I need to act like I was tailing you and lost track of you, for you took another route.  I’ll keep Dagur off your trail, but…”

         Annabeth stopped and looked me, “If we see each other again, it will be as ‘enemies’.  After that fight with you in front of Dagur, it will be harder to fool him later.  It seems like the madder and crazier he gets, the smarter and able to notice things easier he gets.”

         “Alright,” I replied with assurance.

         “Jarl,” she looked at me, grabbing my shoulders with both of her hands.  “Whatever happens, you need to trust me.”

         While she looked at me, I said nothing.  All I did was give her a quick kiss on her lips and started running off to the right through the tunnels.

         “The correct tunnels should be lit with a torch,” Annabeth cried out.

         I waved in acknowledgement.

         The quicker we get off this island the better.  So, I wanted to move with purpose; not so fast I make a mistake, but quick enough I waste little time.  While I ran through the tunnels that had the lit torches at the entrance at each tunnel, Annabeth took the route to the left.

         I am running, yet not all out and not pushing; but I am running.  Passing through several tunnels with rises and declines, in the ground, I made my way to the dragon cages area.

         The tunnels are only a couple of feet taller than me, no more than three.  There are stalagmites and stalactites in my way:  Some vertical, horizontal, some on the ceiling similar to vines in the forest, and the tunnel paths are in places thin or completely blocked; also, there were even several columns of rock to avoid.   Around some of these areas where the ground was obstructed, I had to go over.

         Still hardly breaking stride, I swiftly moved made my way through these tunnels.  If there were boulders in my way, I vaulted over them by placing my hands on the boulders to my right and jumping over them.  If there was not enough room to swing my legs over, I would vault again but keep my hands on either side of me, place them on the boulders, and the push up a little to hurdle the boulders.  When I came to a few places where the ground was very jagged or loose footing, I used the vine-like horizontal columns to work my way across.  Using only my hands to support my weight, I had to do this process three times.  I would also keep my elbows bent at a right angle, doing this would also allow me not spend a whole lot of energy and become tired as quickly; keeping my momentum going also helped this.

         I have gone through six tunnels and have traveled quite a long distance.  The final tunnel I arrived at, I saw the entrance is higher up than any of the other six.  So, I had to climb up the wall about ten feet.  The hand holds and foot placements were easy to find; I made quick work of the climb.  When I pulled myself up over the edge, I saw the tunnel is angled downward quite steeply.  I figured I could slide down the tunnel.  There are hardly any stalagmites and stalactites in my way.  Keeping my arms in, I slid on my back down the tunnel.

         Arriving at the bottom, I could tell I was only a few feet from my destination because of an outside draft.  The exit of the tunnel is just up ahead.  These tunnels are very reminiscent of Whispering Death holes and tunnels, but the rock looks a dragon has not seen the inside of them in years.

         Walking cautiously to the exit tunnel, I went to the right side of the tunnel, hid behind the corner of the rock wall and the exit hole, and then peeked out.  What I saw was a larger cavern.  The cavern is large enough it has its own complete set of docks and loading bays.  In addition to that, the cavern looks like part of it is viking made.  There is a honeycomb system of large timber beams supporting half of the cavern near me; while the other half is a natural cavern.  The docks are completely housed inside the cavern with what could be considered a small bay.  It is bigger than a cove, yet a lot smaller than a bay.  But, a bay is usually out in the open, surrounded by rock and forests, not covered by rock.  At its widest point, the cavern is well over fifty yards wide.  The width of the cavern does not get much smaller than this.

         Once the cavern opens up from the Whispering Death tunnels, the green dragon cages are there.  I count twenty of them.  The variety of dragons in these cages are amazing and sad at the same time.  Nadders, Gronckles, Nightmares, Zipplebacks, a few Speed Stingers, a Flightmare, a blue Thunderdrum -so it is not Fredrick-… and at the very end on the other side is a Death Song, that being Sirena.  Each dragon look subdued to the point that they are tranquilized.

         My mission to let Sirena out and as many other dragons as I can, seems cut and dry.  This will be the easy part.  The hard part is getting past the guards.  This cove-bay or whatever this thing is called, is crawling with Berserker guards and some of Hari’s men who may have switched allegiances.

         I have the keys, but which ones go to which cages?

         Standing here for a few moments, I studied the movements of the guards.  Looking at the patterns and their interactions with other patrolling and stationary guards are two things I paid attention to.  I decided that the less attraction I called to myself, the better.  This might seem like a “duh” moment, but I could grab a few guards by their noses and try to force them into an unconscious state.  But in trying to grab some vikings a foot or two taller than me who have at least a hundred pounds of more on me, trying to subdue just one of these guys will be a problem.

         Deciding on my plan of action, I started to execute it.

         First order of business: Unlock the cage doors.

         I have to get their first, but that is not a problem.  From my position, the first cage is roughly thirty-five yards away.  The honeycombed beam area expands into the rest of the cove-cavern over half way.

         Waiting for a patrol to go by, I entered the cavern.  The honeycomb beams are quite large; width being almost two feet.  The height to the first cross beam is only seven feet.  And with a running start, I can easily jump up and grab the top edge.

         I pulled myself up.  The next level of beams was a little closer, so I just had to power jump in a vertical fashion to reach the next tier of cross beams.  The condition of these beams is weathered and old, yet still sturdy.  They barely budged under my weight.

         I crouched down and swiftly walked at a fast pace across each beam.  When I would reach a vertical beam, I would use the cross beam right next to it to jump to and then jump back to the cross beam I was just on, yet now in front of the vertical beam.  I repeated this process several times, several times as I actually lost count, to make it to a third of the way over the cages.

         What is now blocking my way is a gap between the vertical beams.  With these beams, only being five feet apart reason why I have gone around several of these to get here, using the cross beams as a stabilizer, I eventually worked my way around to the vertical beam.  My position is using my hands to hold my weight against the vertical beam with my feet and legs up tight against my body as if I were squatting.  Looking back at my target, the next vertical beam behind me now, I started my motion to jump a couple of times before I committed.  I leaped to the other beam, grabbing the other edge of the vertical beam with my hands and needing to use my toes to “slow-down” my decent on the beam; which by the way was only a few inches.  But with those few inches came the strain on my grip on the beam.  I hopped onto the cross beam and then continued to work my way down to be right over top of Sirena’s cage.

         Next, I lowered myself down to the first cross beam section.  From here, I lowered myself down to the dragon cage, which was much easier than jumping down to the ground.

         Sirena’s cage is right next to the pier, yet this part of the pier is still twenty yards from any ship.  Now that I am further into the cavern, the sounds coming from the ships, being loaded and unloaded along with chatter from Berserker vikings, I did not have to be as discreet.  Yet, I still need to be quiet and swift with my actions.

         Climbing off Sirena’s cage aroused the Death Song.  Opening her eyes, she perked up some as she seemed to recognize me.

         “Hey girl,” I whispered.

         Getting the keys off my belt, I start filing through each key and using it to unlock the door.  There are ten keys… none of which worked.

         “You there?!” called out a viking.

         Being frustrated with the keys not working, I had forgotten about being in the open now, even if the lighting around Sirena’s cage is in a shadow from another light source.  My whole body jumped when the Berserker called out to me.

         At first, I thought he is here to capture me, but the next thing he said made me remember something else, “What are you doing with these cages, Throst?  Shouldn’t you be with Dagur securing the new prisoner?”

         I just remembered:  I still have most of Throst’s gear on.  So, I did not have to be as discreet as I was, but you never know.

         Thinking quickly on my feet after regaining my feeling of being undercover, “Uh, Annabeth wanted me to check her other dragon to make sure it was alright.”

         “Oh oka-.”

         A viking from afar interrupted the Berserker.

         Knowing I need to get each dragon out; I need to know how to unlock these cages.  Frantically trying to think of an excuse to get into the cage, I saw a bucket full of water for Sirena.  While the Berserker, who stopped me, was still conversing with the other Berserker, I reached through one of the square holes for Sirena’s bucket and dumped out the water.  I set the bucket back up and got back in a similar position I was before the Berserker turned to bark some orders.

         Just as I go back to my stance, the Berserker turned to tell me, “Are you trying to get into the cage?- Oh, I see it does not have any water.  Let’s see about keeping it sedated.”

         I showed the pair of keys I was using and replied, “Oh these keys will not work anymore.  We upgraded the dragon cages to Dagur’s new line of cages from a supplier that is mysterious.  Right keys, wrong cages.”

         The Berserker unlocked the cage door for me, “There you go.”

         “Thank you,” I said.  “Oh, before you go…”

         The Berserker walked back over to me closer and bent over slightly as I was pointing at something on the locking mechanism.  When he got too close, I swung the door open as fast as I could and the door slammed into the guy’s face and body.  This knocked him backwards and I indeed brought the guy down to the ground by grabbing his nose in his dazed state.  Just as the body went limp, I let go.  The Berserker is now unconscious.

         “Idiot,” I whispered.  “If I was going to change the water… where’s my other water bucket?  But thanks for showing me how to open each dragon cage.”

         Once I took out this guard, I knew I could open the rest of the cages without drawing attention to myself.  Why?  Because this guard was the only guard that would walk down the center of the cages.

         I went along using the Berserker’s set of keys and unlocked each dragon cage door.

         Order of business, Step Two:  Create a diversion to be sure Sirena is out to safety.

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Things will pick up quick after this.  By what the last line says, action will start from the get go at the beginning of the next 2nd part for Chapter 35.

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Personality: lazy, picky, shy, nosy

Favorite dragon: Tide Glider, Sand Wraith, and Flightmare

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Main dragons: Sundance the Tide Glider, Moonrise the Sand Wraith, Stormbolt the Skrill.

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Dragon 1. Female Deadly Nadder named Lightningsky (titan)

Dragon 2. Female Whispering Death named Golden mist (adult)

Dragon 3. Male Monstrous Nightmare named Firestorm (adult)

Dragon 4. Male Hideos Zippleback named Sparkle Spike (adult)

Dragon 5. Male Gronckle Named Silver Stone (adult)

Dragon 6. Female Devilish Dervish named Ragestorm (adult)

Dragon 7. Female Gronckle named Rocklette (adult)

Dragon 8. Female Stormcutter named Stormblaze (adult)

Dragon 9. Male Thunderdrum named Thunderglory (adult)

Dragon 10. Male Groncicle named Icicle (adult)

Dragon 11. Male Razorwhip named Hurricane (adult)

Dragon 12. Female Razorwhip named Wintershield (adult)(expansion pack was glitch gave me two razorwhips instead of one but I don't care)

Dragon 13. Female Deathsong named Melody (adult)

Dragon 14. Male Armorwing named Armor Kelp (adult)

Dragon 15. Male Whispering Death named Razorcrusher (adult)

Dragon 16. Male Thunderdrum named Thunder Wave (adult)

Dragon 17. Female Single Tail named Diamond Wind (adult)

Dragon 18. Female Eruptodon named Sparkrystal (adult)

Dragon 19. Male thunderdrum named Thunderash (adult)

Dragon 20. Female Snow Wraith named Snowfluff (adult)

Dragon 21. Female Quaken named Air Crumble (adult)

Dragon 22. Male Sweet Death named Sugarrush (adult)

Dragon 23. Male Screaming Death named Firescream (adult)

Dragon 24. Female Hideos Zippleback named Bow and Arrow (titan)

Dragon 25. Male Prickleboggle named Cucumber (adult)

Dragon 26. Male Hobblegrunt named Airdew (adult)

Dragon 27. Female Raincutter named Aireign (adult)

Dragon 28. Female Monstrous Nightmare named Darkfyre (adult)

Dragon 29. Female Tide Glider named Sundance (adult)

Dragon 30. Female Thunderpede named Lavacrash (teen)

Dragon 31. Male Deathsong named Harmony (teen)

Dragon 32. Male Thunderpede named Blackice (baby)

Dragon 33. Male Sand Wraith named Moonrise (adult)

Dragon 34. Female Skrill named Stormbolt (teen)

Dragon 35. Male Mudraker named Earthlake (teen)

Dragon 36. Male Moldruffle named Mudslide (teen)

Dragon 37. Female Shivertooth named Sparkle light (teen)

Dragon 38. Male Sliquifier named Seadance (teen)




One thing to make clear: I REALLY LOVE DRAGONS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


My background story for my main OC

Backstory: Sonora was a very exciting girl. She was just a toddler when she learned of Dragon Fighting. She was five, and didn't understand anything. But she went along with it. Soon, a terrible storm hit, her parents were putting her and her two year old sister into the cellar to stay safe, when a huge wave of flood from the ocean threw down the door and washed away the house, as well as the crate where she, her sister Elira, and all the supplies in their (an axe, food for a week, fresh water, rope, swords, bow and arrow, other Viking stuff, spare change of clothes for everyone in the family, blankets, flint and steel, and a yak hair tent) were washed away to sea. Her parents most likely drowned, and although they couldn't swim, Sonora turned out to be a natural. Soon lulled to sleep by the waves, she curled her sister toward herself and slept. In the morning, as the sun shined into the crate, Sablie saw a remote island not far away. She jumped out of the box, this being a mistake for she didn't expect the ocean water, grabbed the side of the box, and kicked her legs with all her might, holding on for dear life. She paddled in the direction of the island, and got to the shore. Slowly placing the tent far up the shore like her parents taught her, she made quite a cozy home. Starting a fire with flint and steel and driftwood, she took some meat she found in the crate, and cooked it, and mashed up part of it for Elira, who was now crying. Cradling her and feeding her the meat, Elira slowly went to sleep. What she didn't realize is that the crying had attracted a dragon. When she heard a roar, she ran outside with a lightweight sword to defend herself and sister. When she got outside, she saw a rare Sand Wraith. It stood outside, cocking its head at the tent. Sablie dropped her sword as she was shaking terribly. The dragon looked at her, and nuzzled his nose to her. Looking the dragon in full eyes, she didn't see evilness. She just saw warmness. Reaching out her hand, the dragon touched it with his nose. Hugging the dragon and crying, she fell asleep under his wing. She woke up around noon, and found no sign of the dragon. Thinking it was a dream, she gathered the rest of the supplies and took them into the tent when she heard the beating of wings behind her. It wasn't a dream after all! The dragon slowly dropped what he had in his claws, which were fish! Food! Sonora smiled and hugged the dragon. The dragon bent down and extended his wing for her. Un surely, she climbed onto his back, and he took OF on a calm flight around the island. She returned to find her sister crying again, and shushed her gently. After cooking the fish, she mashed more for her sister and gave the dragon his share too. That night the dragon didn't leave the tent, and slept next to it, keeping it warm. After a few days, they moved to a clearing near a spring, with lots of saplings. Using the axe, Sablie cut a big wood pile by the house. Every day at the rise of the moon she went flying with the Sand Wraith, and that is why she named him Moonrise.
When she was seven and her sister was four, she was scouting in the wilderness for any deer she could hunt, when she stumbled against a d.ead Razorwhip and four eggs. She kneeled down and felt each of the eggs, and she couldnt feel a heart beat in the first three. In the fourth one though, she could feel a faint heart beat. She took all four eggs home anyway, and when she came to the tent where Elira was rolling in the sand with Moonrise and cooking lunch, she felt an egg shake. Calling her sister over, she set the egg down in front of her sister, and the egg completely split apart. A baby Razorwhip fell out, and Elira immediately fell in love with her. Naming the baby Razwhipway, the two haven't been seperated since. The rest of the eggs never hatched, though Sablie didn't give it up until a week later, when she broke them in half to use as bowls.     (I included this part of the story because it means a lot to me, and helps understand the ending better)
Sonora was ten and Elira was seven, when a bad storm hit. The next morning, Sonora steeped out of the wooden shack she built to find her beach much destroyed. Calling her sister and Razwhipway (who was now a broad wing) to help clean up when she saw a peculiar sight. A shiny pink body was laying on the beach. It was a Tide Glider. She was a beauty. Calling Moonrise to help her, she pulled the Tide Glider into the yard (which was pretty much beach). When the poor dragon woke up, she looked around, then finally, deciding we weren't a threat, spit at herself. Everyone started in shock at the dragon. She whipped around and looked at us. Her wounds were gone, and we couldn't stop staring (even Moonrise and Razwhipway). Sonora slowly approached her with a sea bass. Not taking her eyes of Sablie, the dragon ate, and accepted a green plant dragons seem to like. After that, she stared at Sablie, and slowly reached out to touch her hand. Sundance was named for the way she danced in the sun, in the mornings. There were now three dragons living with them.
It had been a year since peace was brought to Berk from the dragons, although Sonora didn't know it. She was fourteen years old, and now even Razwhipway could fly. They used hand made saddles from deer skin and boar tusks with wild dyes. Sablie was flying Moonrise around the islands, when she noticed a black dragon that she had never seen before. She of course, knew most of the dragons on her island, and this was one she had never seen. Munching on an apple, she decided to make friends and find out the full look. This dragon was faster than Moonrise, which was a surprise since he was the only Sand Wraith and fastest dragon on the island. She landed where she saw the black dragon land, but was shocked! There was a rider standing next to the dragon saying "This is a new island bud. Do you sense any trouble?" The black dragon snorted, and turned in her direction, where she was concealed behind the trees. The Dragon walked over to the trees now, and pushed Sablie over so she fell in the riders view. He looked as shocked as her. He looked at her and said "Hello, we are friends and don't want to hurt you,". Sablie was scared as she was the time she saw Moonrise for the first time. "Who are you," she managed to say "What do you want from my island," The stranger looked at her and said " My name is Hiccup, and we are not going to take anything from this island. We will help you if you want us to",. Feeling she could trust him, she told him her story, and about Moonrise, who was happily playing with the Black dragon, who looked surprisingly like Moonrise. Afterward she brought him to the shack, where he met Elira, Razwhipway and Sundance, and he told them about Berk. "I think we used to live on Berk, at least that is what mommy said," said Sablie, "But how? I thought Berk fought dragons,". So Hiccup told her about the peace, and Toothless. Finding that they did want to go back to Berk, Hiccup stayed the night, then helped them to Berk, and helping them build a good big Viking hut with stables and get fresher weapons. They had lived peacefully at Berk ever since.


My viking, Sablie, by mangopopcorn. Thank you sooooooooo much!













My favorite dragon pics. Not by me. Enjoy :)



















My main dragons: 


Racing : Moonrise, my award winning Sand Wraith (if Vikings do have any awards)





Adventuring: Sundance, my intelligent Tide Glider 





Battle: Cucumber, my very aggressive Prickleboggle 


















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