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Episode 82 · 3 months ago

LEGO Marvel Doctor Strange

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Things are getting STRANGE on the latest episode of Brickology! 

LegoLee continues through his Marvel miniseries, this time exploring the multiverse of Doctor Strange sets from movies like Avengers: Infinity War, Spider-Man: No Way Home, and Multiverse of Madness! 

Good morning, good afternoon, good evening, whenever wherever you are listening. Thank you so much for making me a part of your day. My name is Lee Party. Might know me as Lego Lee or legoly three to nine. From facebook, instagram, twitter, Youtube, Patreon, you name it, I'm all over the Internet and this is the brick Ology podcast, the study of small plastic bricks. How are you doing today? I sincerely hope you're having an absolutely fantastic day, week, month, whatever it is for you. And we have a very strange episode of Brick Ology here today. But before we get started, guys, go find your boy on mine. Instagram is now at brick Ology podcast. All the updates will be up on there. I'm gonna Start doing some more like Lego reviews and posts on reels on instagram and I'm working on expanding my social media content. It's still legoly three to nine, but instagram my main account is now brick ology podcast, so I can brand myself as brick Ology, but feel welcome to still call me Lego lie if you so desire. And we have a fun episode of Brick Ology here for you guys today, because I am continuing another brick ology mini series. This time it is lego marvel superheroes and honestly this is one of my more sporadic mini series here on brick ology. Now. What I mean by that is I haven't been consistent with marvel superheroes because honestly, legos marvel superheroes lines aren't particularly consistent because some movies get one set, some get six sets. It's very, very random and you'll see that reflected in what I'm talking about today now. When I originally started the marvel superheroes mini series about two years ago, around this time in two thousand and twenty, my first marvel episode was on Black Panther. I did that too honored the late Chadwick Boseman right after he passed, and I in that episode I talked about every single Lego set that came with a figure of Black Panther, the character. And then I did black widow, but that one I didn't do every single set that came with a black widow mini figure. I just did the few sets they made based off the black widow movie. But then I did the you know, Raymie spider man. I combined spider man one and spider man two and then I did the M C U Spider man where I combined, you know, a bunch of different waves of sets that came with, you know, the Tom Holland spider man figure. So I've been very inconsistent with fit and here today I'm going to do another one, kind of like...

Black Panther, but for a different IMPSU character, and that is a very, very relevant character, as this character has appeared a number of MSU movies here pretty recently, and that, of course, is Stephen Strange, a k a doctor strange himself. So this will be a Combo episode for all of the M C U sets that have come with doctor strange. Actually, a fun fact there has never been a comics doctor strange figure from Lego, which I find very odd because pretty much every other major marvel character has gotten their imps you version and then has gotten a comics version. And Look, Lego hasn't been pumping out like comics content as much lately besides with spider man. But doctor strange crosses over with spider man a lot in the comics. So frankly I am kind of stunned we have never gotten a comics version of this character and Lego Forum and I would honestly like to see it. So for the purpose of this episode it's only gonna be stuff from the M C U, and Dr Strange has appeared in a number of mcu movies and for Lego sets it's actually gonna be four different movies in five sets stretching over six years, with the most recent set having just come out this past August. First I have all of these sets, so I feel very apt to actually talk about each and every one of them. But of course let's give some kind of weird context for the character of doctor strange here real quick. So doctor strange, of course, is a classic Marvel Superhero that debuted in the nineties sixties. However, his cultural impact, I would say, was very low. Besides some, you know, little inner circles of Marvel Comics fans, he wasn't like an a list character that everybody knew. I would say he was a b maybe even borderline cless character before debuting in the M C U, and it took him a while to join the M C U. His first movie was in two thousand and sixteen. He actually got a reference in two dozen and fourteens Captain America, the winter soldier, but his first ever real mcu appearance was in his Solo Film and of course starring Ben Adecumber batch, and more on that movie here in a bit, and that movie was relatively successful. But I think doctor strange really made a name for himself in avengers infinity war and avengers in game. He was a key player in both of those movies. He also had a cameo in floor Ragnar Rock, and then, of course he was in spider man no way home last year, where he was kind of the catalyst, if you will, for that entires movies multiverse plot. And speaking of the multiverse, he had his second solo movie this past summer, Doctor Strange in the multiverse madness, which was much more financially successful than the first doctor strange movies. So really to me,...

...after a strange is actually one of the stronger characters in the M C U. I've really enjoyed every single movie he's been a part of, even the cameo movies like in game and for Wagner Rock. I think he's great in those and I've enjoyed him and everything up to this point in the M C U and I love been a ducumber batch as this character. I find the whole mystical sorcer supreme side, the magical side of the M C U very compelling. I even loved his episode of what If. I really wish that we actually got that version of Dr Strange in the Marvel CMF series last year. Alas, we did not, so I can't really mention that here today. But let's start off with the original Doctor Strange Lego set from two thousand and sixteen, which of course coincided with the release of the first hunter strange movie from that year. Now, two dozen and sixteen. Let's just set the scene, because things back then weren't quite as consistent for Lego Marvel Sue superheroes. Now, for those of you who are unaware, I will briefly explain the history of Lego Marvel superheroes as we know what today. Of course there were superhero sets before the new marvel superheroes line, like those of a four mentioned Sam Raimi spider man sets. But Marvel superheroes as we know what today started for Lego in two thousand and twelve, when the first avengers movie came out. They made a couple of comic space sets, but the main wave that year was from that original avengers movie. Fast forward one year, two thirteen. B M cu releases two movies that year, iron man three and for the dark world. Iron man three fitting LEA got three LEGO MARVEL SUPERHERO sets. However, for second movie, the dark world, which is one of the worst MC movies by the way, so I'm not super upset, it didn't get any sets, but it got zero sets. They made no sets from for the dark world. Fast forward one year later, it's two thousand and fourteen. We have guardians the galaxy, this obscure random property that nobody knew was going to be super successful. That got three lego sets. However, captain in America, the winter soldier, the Second Captain America movie, one of Marvel's headline characters, got zero sets. So at this point in time it was no guarantee that all the mcu movies would even get one single set. In Twenty Avengers, age of ultron got a full sixth set wave, but aunt man only got one single set. But at least it did get one single set. And that's kind of what happened. In Two thousand and sixteen. We had a pretty decent size couple of waves actually for captain America civil war. There was initial way with three sets, so four sets in total. Four civil war and then we had doctor strange, which only got one singular set to coincide with the release of that original film. And Look, I completely understand why Lego wouldn't bank on Doctor Strange being super popular at the point in time. It was a more risky movie...

...for Marvel and unknown character. So I understand what they only made one set. Now. More on that later when it comes to multiverse of Madnets, because I have some thoughts on the number of sets that movie got, but we're not quite there yet. And it is pretty consistent for a lot of the first solo films for these new MC U characters to only get one set. Like I said, ant man only got one set, Captain Marvel only got one set. Black widow, in her first and only solo movie, least for Natasha Romanov, only got one mainline set. Some of these things got like poly bag and things that came out of comic con, but for main you know, released wide release sets, they only got one. I won't dive into the inconsistencies of like Black Panther, spider man, sham she and especially the eternals getting multiple sets for their waves. It's a very confusing and, like I've said before, inconsistent thing amongst like O M C U sets. But a lot of these brand new characters only got one sets upon their first movies release, and Dr Strange is one of those characters. So let's talk about that original lego doctor strange set from two thousand and sixteen, set number seven, six zero, six zero. It's called Doctor Stranger's sanctum sanctorum. You're gonna hear the name Sanctum Sanctorum a number of times throughout today's episode. We're gonna talk about five sets today here a brick Ology, and four of them are St Um St Orum sets, so get ready for that. This set was thirty dollars and it had three hundred and fifty eight pieces. So, first off, great price of part ratio for a licensed lego theme, and it included three completely exclusive figures still to this day, including, of course, our first ever Lego Dr Stephen Strange. This was a really good looking figure. I think the new versions of Dr Strange have actually improved on it, but for the first draft really of a doctor strange figure, this looked really, really good. Now the Cape in this set was actually two separate Cape pieces that went over the neck piece on the Lego mini figure torso it looked pretty good. He also had the count Dooku hair, if you will, in black with the touch of gray on the sides. That look good. Again, I think the newer hair piece they're using for doctor strange these days looks better, but at this point in time this looked pretty good. I also really liked the way they visualize his magic. It wasn't quite the right color. I think maybe the magic change color and production at some point. This magic was kind of a gold color, but the movies it's more, you know, an orange color. But it still looks really cool. They take kind of the plate piece, the circular like dish piece that Lego has made, and they put it on a couple of those things that many figures can hold onto and it has some really cool printing and it made for a pretty cool look. So all around, a really good...

...first ever lego doctor strange figure. Now the next two characters here were both completely exclusive characters to this set up until two thousand and twenty two when Morto, our next figure, came in the new santum Sing Tom set. More on that later. But this, of course, is Carl Mordeau. I still can't believe that his first name is Carl. Very, very strange, but a really cool looking figure of chat edge four, who is a great actor. Now I think this character has been completely wasted in the MC U. I really wish they would focus in on him being like the main villain of a doctor strange movie. They have not really taken his storylines anywhere compelling, so that's a bit disappointing. But this was a cool figure. It used the Finn Hair piece, which was fairly new at this point in time, had some good torso and leg printing and a generic staff, but overall a pretty solid representation of Morto from the films. And last but not least for the figures in this set is the ancient one, played by total swinton in the movies, and this is the only time she has ever been made into a Lego figure. The ancient one has not appeared in too many mcu things. She of course, is in this ver strange movie. She makes an appearance in avengers in game and I believe she's also in what if so really not a super important character in the grand scheme of the M C U, but a cool one to get here nevertheless. And they visualize her kind of magic fans using the fan piece from the CMF. That was in kind of a clear plastic with some printing, very elaborate, very cool. Also, her outfit is kind of a shiny gold and purple look. That's pretty accurate. It looks great here and she had a really nice kind of bald head with the weird like details she has on her head in the film. All of this looks very, very cool. So overall these are really detailed figures. They all had lots of printing and all looked fantastic to me, which I can't say about every single mcu Lego figure, so you'll hear more about that throughout this episode. I think the figures in this set here were a win. Moving on to the sanctum itself, this was kind of like, you know, a small Harry Potter set, if you will. It was not the exterior of the sanctum. This was just representing the interior of one room of the sanctum and it also was not particularly accurate to some scenes in the movie. It did have a representation of the iconic window from the sanctum in a circle and they use some big Ninjago blade pieces to make that out of bricks. It doesn't quite look like the right shape and Lego definitely improves on that in future sanctum sets, but at this point in time I think it looked pretty cool. There was a table that had the Shambaba Password, which was a reference from the movie, a couple of bookshelves and there were some clear rods you could put your figures on so they could battle. There were some maps on the floor, there were skulls, there were crystals, there was a chest, there's letters, lots of fun details, and...

...then off to the side there's a doorway with some kind of evil octopus monster coming through. You're actually gonna hear more about creepy octopus monsters later in this episode because it seems to be a recurring theme and some of these doctor strange sets. However, this creature is not in the movie, so maybe this was based off some concept art. I'm not entirely sure, but this creature never appeared in the original doctor strange movie. But the creature did have a cool play feature here with some gears in the back to turn its tentacles and its beak mouth and had some creepy eyeballs as well. And right underneath that was a pretty cool printed one of those like junior style ramp pieces with some cool looking doctor strange prints on that. So that's actually a pretty neat inclusion. But overall it was just kind of a interesting small facade like place set build of the sectum same torm that wasn't particularly accurate to any scene in the movie, but for a thirty dollar set it had some fantastic looking and very accurate mini figures and some pretty neat designs, even if they weren't accurate to any particular scene in the film. But overall I think this set was a decent win. Foren. But moving on to two thousand and eighteen, and no sets from two thousand and seventeen. He only really appeared in for Ragnar rock that year, which wouldn't have made a lot of sense to actually include him in a Ragnar Rock set, and we're actually going to reference that later on in this episode, so stay tuned. But when avengers infinity war came out after strange came in one set in that way, which was actually the biggest set from that original wave and that set was called Sanctum sanctorum showdown. I love the alliteration with the name of this set. And this was a one hundred dollar set that had one thousand and four pieces, so again, ten cents for a piece, which is nice to see. In this set included a really nice mini figure lineup. So the first figure in that stead of course shocker, is doctor strange. However, they gave him a different hairpiece in this set, which looked a little bit better in my opinion, and he had some updated prints, so that was very cool. You also got iron man, and this set great figure. And you got iron spider man. Now, iron spider man wasn't really in this scene, but overall it looked pretty cool and it was an awesome variant to get. So that is a great figure. Then you also got two of the members of fantass black order. You Got Ebbdy Matt Ak, a squid word, and then you got Cole Obsidian, who was a brand new big fig that remains exclusive to this set to this day. Now, the set itself was kind of half the sanctum sanctorum and then a pizza shop and then it had spider man's apartment. That doesn't really make a whole lot of sense, but I guess they're just kind of trying to combine a couple of New York City scenes. And it was not huge. It's kind of like a Harry Potter style play set again, but from the exterior, and it looked pretty good. It...

...had a nice window piece with the icon a doctor strange window printed there. That looked very cool. The roof was not quite the right color but it had a pretty decent shape. There were three floors yet again, and then, of course there is kind of a corner design that switches out that has the pizza shop and spider man's apartment, or you could close the entire thing up. So, moving onto the interior, the top floor has the window, some bookshelves and a small desk. The middle floor has like a portal and a little closet and a chest and the bottom floor just has like a chair and some storage. Pretty underwhelming interior. The other side of the interior of the pizza shop is a pizza shop with an oven and then you get spider man's apartment with like a desk with some plans for spider man's suit and then there's a bed for spider man and a couple of rooms with some boxes. Honestly, the Interior is pretty lame, but the exterior, I think, looked decent for a one place set, and there were studs all over this thing to attach spider webs. Two there were places you could put you know, like the web. There was actually a web rope piece that kind of was controlled by a water tower on top of one of the buildings. That was pretty cool, and there were some features to like break things off in typical Lego play set fashion. So overall, for a one dollar set in two eighteen, this set was great. I think it's still pretty good. When you compared to the new sanctum sanctorum that we'll talk about at the end of this episode, it comes across as a much lamer set, but I think for the time this was a pretty solid representation of the sanctum sanctorum from avengers infinity war. Now the next set we're going to talk about is from two thousand and twenty one, and I'm not going to touch on this set for a particularly long time because I've actually already done a b ecology episode where I talked about this set and this is the lego sanctum sanctorum set from two thousand and twenty one from spider man no way home. The official name of the set was spider man at the sanctum workshop. If you want to hear me talk about this set, listen to the M C U Spider man episode of Brick Ology. Just note that doctor strange in this set uses the Superman hairpiece from two thousand and sixteen and has a brand new Cape piece that you will see pop up in the new doctor strange sets. Besides that, it was a fairly inaccurate spider man no way home set and, like I said, listen to my episode about M C U Spider man to hear more details on this set. Let's focus on the sets I haven't talked about here in brick ology. Moving on to the two thousand and twenty two Lego doctor strange sets from the multiverse of madness. Now there are, technically speaking, to multiverse of madness sets, and one of them is absolutely huge. However, the original multiverse of madness way of that debut on January one of this...

...year was just one single set. Now, look, I understand, like I said, why the first doctor strange movie before Dr Strange was like a well known character only got one set, but one set for multiverse of madness, after he was super popular in Infinity War Endgame and Spider Man. No way home. Feels very off to me and it's a small set to and look, where is our Carmr tage set? We have gotten the sanctum for separate times, but commer tage, which is a very important building in the doctor strange section of the M C U, has yet to be represented in Lego form. And that's something you see in the trailers for multiverse of madness. You know, maybe marvel didn't give Lego a ton of material to work with when they are trying to make these sets to avoid spoilers for that film. I understand if that's what happened, but martage is in the trailers and it's also, of course, in the first doctor strange movie. I'm not asking for like a UCS Carmertage, but it would have been cool to get like a chunk of it, maybe with long maybe that crazy minute, our guy, maybe Wanda. That would have been an awesome set to potentially get for this wave. It could have been like a sixty to eighty dollar sties play set, but instead we don't get anything. We only got one single set from the original wave, which is the gargantos showdown. Hope I'm saying that name correctly. This was a thirty dollar set with two hundred and sixty four pieces and it included three mini figures. The first figure, of course, is doctor strange, using the same hairpiece and the same Cape from the no way home set, but he had a brand new torso and leg print and he also has his magic, though it's not printed like the original doctor strange set. So that's kind of like, you know, the' was supposed to be going up, not down in a episode three from Star Wars meme. I wish they would use the older style of the prints to represent their magic, but overall a pretty good looking doctor strange figure. That figure is not exclusive because he also comes in the next set that we'll talk about at the end of this episode. But there are two exclusive figures here. A brand new version of Wong with hair. He also has magic, but in purple, again not printed, but his torso and leg and headprints all look very good. And you also get a completely exclusive character to this set, and that is America Chavez, when I got this set I was like where the heck is our Wanda figure? Who is this America Person? But she is actually a very key player in the movie and I think the Lego figure here looks pretty good for the torso print. Actually think the torso print is fantastic, and she has the mid legs, which I always like to see. Her face and hair. They look okay. They don't look bad, but they don't look entirely like America Chavez to me. And she has this...

...very strange accessory of a rainbow printed tile. I don't really know exactly what that's supposed to represent. In the movie she wears a pin, I believe, on her jacket that has the Gay Pride Rainbow Flag, which is cool representation for the L G B T Q plus community. That is awesome. However, I don't really know why Lego decided to include that with this figure as a tile and not actually printed on her jacket, because she doesn't hold the pen at any point in the movie. That is a little bit confusing to me, but it's not a huge deal. Now the build of this set is another giant squid monster, and this one is Gargantos, who is in the trailer. It's the opening big action scene from this movie and, honestly, Lego did a really good job with this design. It comes in the creepy olive color. The eyeball is very interesting. Lots of tentacles going around. All have articulation. This thing is quite large. The price of part ratio is not great for thirty bucks, but the size ratio for thirty dollars, honestly, I think hits. This is a pretty cool and creepy looking creature that I'm actually happy to have on display. Actually put it on top of the roof of the big sanctum set, which is the next set we're going to talk about, and that, of course, is the ultimate Lego doctor strange set, sit number seven, six to eight sanctum sanctorum that just came out this past August one. This set retails for two hundred and fifty dollars, making it one of the biggest and most expensive marble superhero sets ever. It has two thousand seven hundred and eight pieces and it's also based off of multiple movies, kind of like how Lego Star Wars the death star set, sometimes are based on multiple movies or like diagon alley from Harry Potter has scenes from multiple move movies. This set has scenes from multiple marvel movies. Now I'm gonna talk about in a second why I wish they had shows a different movie rather than the first one wanna talk about here, which is avengers infinity war. So they kind of remake that scene from infinity war and the first, you know, full complete exterior sanctum set. So you get iron man in this set with a bright new version. You get spider man, not in the Iron Spider outfit, which is accurate to the scene, with some cool new prints. You also get Wong and you get doctor strange, who're using those superhero blast pieces to represent their magic, which looks interesting. And you get ebony mom. The Ebony mom figure here looks much worse than the version from two thousand and eighteen. I'm not really sure what happened there, whereas I would say the iron man and spider man figures look better, doctor strange figure looks better with the new Cape and hairpiece, and the Wong figure wasn't even included in the original set, which is cool. But you're probably like, where's coal obsidian? They did not include coal obsidian in this set. Also, Bruce Banner is in this scene and they don't include...

...him in this set either. said, that's a bit disappointing to me and honestly, I could have done without the infinity war characters because we already got this before. I kind of would have preferred to either have something from the original doctor strange movie or, more desirably is, include characters from spider man no way home that we never actually got in Lego figure form like, Oh, I don't know, the main villains of that movie. Give us like Alfred, Marlene do cock and Willem Dafoe as the Green Goblin, Jamie Fox as electro. That would have been really cool and accurate to a different scene from the M C u. But alas, that is not what happened. And Look, I'm not horribly salty about this. These figures are great and I think it's cool to give us two different scenes from the sanctum from two different mcu movies, but I think they could have done even better. Now, on the flip side, there are, of course, the figures from multiverse of madness. Now, the doctor strange figure that comes with this set is the version from multi verse and madness and the rest of the characters are from multiverse and menace as well, including two other variants of doctor strange. You get sinister strange, who is the evil strange in that movie with his creepy third eye, great looking face, and you also get dead strange, a k a Zombie strange, who looks very cool as well, and I know people love to get Zombie variants of their favorite characters. That is a great figure, even with the ponytail can Jaris hairpiece. That is very cool. I wish he had a back attachment for when he has like the souls of the damned creating that like Crazy Cape on his back and the climax of that movie. That would have been really sick to get in this set. Alas, that is not included, but you do, of course, get Wanda Maxim off in this set, who has a great face print. Finally, an evil looking Wanda face print with some red eyes. That is very cool. A great torso print, no leg print and no cape. The Cape was needed, the leg print not as much, but overall pretty cool looking Wanda figure. And you also get, last but not least, Karl Morto again in this set, referred to as Master Morto. He has a brand new hairpiece, which is absolutely fantastic, a great torso print and then no leg print. No leg print looks very awkward to me. He definitely was in need of some leg print, if you ask me. So I'm not entirely sure what's going on with the leg print on that figure, but the rest of the figure itself looks pretty cool. And now let's talk about the sanctum. This thing is, for all intents and purposes a modular building and of course is not part of the main line of modular buildings, but it's the exact same style and it's big. It's obviously bigger than the Boutique Hotel which also came out this year. It's a pretty large modular building and it looks absolutely fantastic. I think Lego did a great job. The exterior...

...is so detailed, the angles, everything looks fabulous. I love the look of it. The roof here is kind of that hogguarts green color. They also made again another new print four doctor strangers window using the tie fighter cockpit piece. That looks brilliant to me. Everything about this looks great and there's so many Easter eggs. Honestly, I'M NOT gonna be able to go over all the eastern actively would take like an hour. We have to give you every single Easter egg in this set. But there are rods to pose the figures and there are these detachable portions of the wall that can be a rearrange that have portals on them using the kind of weird like outlined circle tile pieces in transparent orange. Those look really cool. And you actually have a portal piece with gargantos coming through it, which does not happen in the movie, but it is very similar to that original squid creature coming out of the wall and the original sanctum set from so I'm wondering if Lego was kind of just referencing that sanctum set with that design. But that is pretty cool. One portal just opens up and then one also wall pieces, not a portal, but it does have a captain America Museum thing on it, which is a really cool sticker. Now the interior of this is great. The bottom floor has the iconic big stairwell, which I think they did a fantastic job with, and there's so many little references in here. There are no way home references. There's the cauldron of the cosmos. There's a reference to Wong secret stuff. You have his x Ray with his broken hand and behind that you can actually lifted up the staircase and reveal a back room. There's a fridge that has iron man and hulk flavored ice cream. That is a really fun reference to Infinity War. There's just crazy stuff going all around. There's also a place to hold the book that has all the dark spells from the first touch to change movie and a place where the timestone is being held, even though those are actually at carmortage. Lego kind of combined some scenes from Cammer tage into this set, which I don't mind. The second floor is very cool as well. It has the portals that can be swapped out, which is an accurate thing from the movie. One leads to the dark dimension, one leads probably to like Camer tage and the Himalayas, and one leads to the desert. That is such a fun and unique play feature. That's hidden really well, basically what looks like air conditioning units on the back wall. That is very cool. And the top floor, of course, has the window. It has all the displays for the various weapons, but it does not have a staircase leading up there, which seemed like an l to me. Not really sure what's going on there. Like I kind of forgot to put a staircase in there, so that's a little bit disappointing. But overall the interior is really detailed the exterior looks magnificent. It's definitely a bit pricey for two D and fifty dollars, but that's just modern day Lego for you. And I actually combined this with my daily Bugle and then put our grant toes on top of the roof and it looks brilliant. I love this thing...

...on display. It is one of the best Lego Marvel Superhero sets of all time and is jam packed with amazing amcu Easter eggs and references. Overall, it's the ultimate leg a bunch of strange and one of the ultimate Lego Emcu sets ever made. What a fantastic lego set. And that is it, everybody. Those are all the lego doctor strange sets. I hope we get more in the future. There is a ton of cool stuff that could do, but overall I think these are pretty successful sets that have some very unique designs and playability functions. And what do you think about Dr Strange Lego sets, let me know. Go Find Me Online, follow me on all that social media and thank you so much for listening to today's episode of the Brick Ology podcast. I'm glad to be getting back in somewhat of a rhythm for this podcast. Thank you so much for joining me today. I have a fantastic rest of your day, week, month. What for it is for you amazing that you could be here today. God bless you. Peace Out, bye, bye.

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