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Again, The Giants! Collated

Sorcerer's Skull - Sun, 03/21/2021 - 14:30

Art by Jason Sholtis
Back in 2017, I did a series posts doing adventure sketches re-imaging Against the Giants. Here's the complete list:

Wedding of the Hill Giant Chief

Sanctum of the Stone Giant Space God

Glacial Gallery of the Frost Giant Artist

Small Islands of Wonder, Society and Magic Part II

Bat in the Attic - Sun, 03/21/2021 - 14:20

Part I

In my previous post I discussed the status of magic at the beginning of history within my setting, the Majestic Fantasy Realms. Here I will discuss the aftermath of the Dawn War and how it gave rise to the first great era of magic. 

Prior to the Dawn War all magic was arcane and ritual based. The gods were known as the Lords of Creation and functioned as guides, teachers and coaches rather than as a source of divine mystery. Their roles were to prepare the two races, humans and elves, for the roles they were to play in the newly created world. 

As recounted in the last post, the demons were imprisoned in the Abyss with the chromatic crystals and as a result magic in a concentrated form was cycled throughout the world. Providing a source of energy to cast spells within seconds instead of minutes.

Faith, Signs and Portents.

The Lords of Creations decided that their close presence to the mortal races was one of the primary causes for the rise of the Demons. After the Abyss was sealed, they withdrew from the world and only interacted with those who followed their philosophies. Communicating through signs and portents, they sought to teach through faith instead of direct instruction. In doing this they changed from being the Lords of Creation into gods with religion and faiths.

Their clerics became the first true spellcasters in the world. Those who developed or had the strong faith found they had power as well. They were given divine insight to use the new sources of magical power coursing throughout the world. Through meditation and prayer they could memorize specific spells. Developing the forms in their mind. Then while casting filling the forms with magical energy and finally releasing the form and energy as a spell. As the cleric became more experience their divine insight developed to allow them to cast more potent spells. 

However, power had a price, and that price was belief and faith. Belief in what they were taught and faith that it was right and real and not madness or the whisper of demons rising from the Abyss. Without faith and belief, there was no divine insight, without divine insight the ability to cast spell within seconds disappeared.

As religions developed and took hold, the Cleric became the dominate spellcaster overshadowing the old arcane ritual casters. A major contributing factor was the Shield of Faith, which made Clerics invulnerable against spells and rituals cast without a god's divine insight unless the spell manifested something in the physical world like fire, ice, stone, or lightning. In many cultures the ways of the old ritual based arcane spellcasting was lost. Except for one group, the Elves and their allies.

The Elves and Wizardry

Within a few generations only the elves preserved any memory of the time before the Dawn War. Like other cultures, the god also only spoke to the elves in signs and portents. But among the elves and their allies it did not developed into a full blown religion but into various philosophies one committed their lives too. Those who committed to one of the divine philosophies also received the divine insight to learn and cast spells within seconds. 

But because elves still remembered, they and their allies also still practiced and more important continue to develop the old arcane rituals. They learned how to cast rituals with divine insight separate from the forms they created in their mind with their daily meditations and prayers. They could cast divine rituals without a having to write them into ritual book.

And the elves and their allies developed a way to casting arcane spells within seconds called wizardry. Through a complex series of meditations, rituals, and study, Wizards could internalize spell forms to fill with energy to cast at a moment’s notice. However, it took practice and further study to be able to do their more than once a day and with more potent spells. Even then the Wizard were very limited in how many spells that could be internalize and the process of internalizing a form took years even decades. An issue that wasn’t present with divine insight. 

Wizardry did not spread far beyond the elves and cultures allied with the elves for two reasons, the laborious study involved which was fine for immortal elves but took up much of a human’s lifetime. The second and more tragic, was that many rejected interaction with the elves and their allies when elves began to contact others cultures again a thousand years after the Dawn War. The worldview of the elves and their allies was seen as godless to cultures dominated by religion. 

Hedge Mages and Arcanists

Magic in concentrated form flowed through everyday life. It would manifest in physical objects known as viz only to dissipate at dawn the next day. Creatures, some known as monsters, developed ways of harnessing magical energies to better survive. Outside of the elves, religion and the clerics were dominate but over the centuries people both within a faith and outside were continually rediscovering arcane magic and ritual spellcasting. Most times it was a curiosity and limited to a few weak rituals. In some cultures an underground tradition of Hedge Mages developed who lived on the fringes of society and passed down hard won rituals from master to apprentice over generation. Mostly making a living by brewing potions and elixirs for the few who found them. When the culture’s religion found out about them the reaction was nearly always negative and many died after being called heretics and apostates. 

Some religions allowed orders of arcanists to develop and catalog arcane rituals under the strict supervision of the religious hierarchy. Arcanists were rarely a separate order but instead a specialty among scribes, librarians, and record-keeper. 

The Dawn of the Magic User

As the centuries rolled on and history unfolded, chance and circumstance allowed cracks to form in the dominance of magic by clerics. In the next post I will conclude this series by talking about the events that lead to the rise of the magic-user.

The MechanicsFor Swords and Wizardry the cleric is as written. I have a few additional wrinkles like the Shield of Faith which acts as a form of limited magic resistance in the Majestic Fantasy RPG. 
Viz is the same as spelled out in the Basic Rules for the Majestic Wilderlands RPG. One viz allows the cast to cast a 1st level spells without losing it from memory or using a spell slot (if a wizard, see below). It also reduces the cost of creating a magic item. But a spellcaster can only keep so much viz intact without it dissipating at dawn. Generally equal to half their level rounded down plus their intelligence or wisdom bonus.
The Wizards works similarly to the D20 Sorcerer where the spellcasters do not have to memorize spells but instead learn spells known and cast them any way they want until their spell slots are used up for the day.
For Swords and Wizardry I went with the following table instead the one with the D20. They can cast arcane rituals with a spell level equal to 1/2 the high level spell they can case (rounded down). So Wizard can begin to cast first level arcane rituals at 3rd level when they learn how to learn and cast 2nd level spells. 
Spells Per Day
Spell Known

Part 3
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Doctor Who: The Lonely Assassins – Game Review

Blogtor Who - Sun, 03/21/2021 - 14:14

The latest Doctor Who game provides a thrilling modern journey into terror Since they became Doctor Who’s resident games master in 2018, London based software house Maze Theory have given themselves impressively ambitious goals. And certainly, reviewers hailed their first release, Doctor Who: The Edge of Time, as the most polished and well designed game […]

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'The Consequences Of Gods & A Sword' - Elves, Stormbringer, & The OSR God Myths

Swords & Stitchery - Sat, 03/20/2021 - 18:42
 "Ever wonder what happens to powerful heroes after their adventures legendary, and they have passed in to the realms beyond? Now you can find out with the D&D Immortals Set.The Player's Guide to Immortals lays out the basic information needed to convert you mortal player characters to Immortal status. It also explains new game mechanics, as are many aspects of the character's new existence"Its Needleshttp://www.blogger.com/profile/11243274667834930867noreply@blogger.com0
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Resident Evil 8 just the latest game plagued by fake demos and early access scams

Malwarebytes - Sat, 03/20/2021 - 10:38

There’s been a number of scams targeting fans of major upcoming video game releases over the last week or two. Why is this happening, and what can you do to ensure both you and your children avoid such fakeouts?

Preview power: the 80s and 90s

Back in the 80s, games reviews were only really found in dedicated gaming magazines like ZZap!64 or Amstrad Action. A couple of magazine publishers had the idea to distribute full games and demos on cassette tapes mounted to the cover. This led to some spectacular covertape related magazine warfare, distribution of games without permission, and copyright breach extravaganzas.

Downloadable demos: 2000s and beyond

When net-connected consoles blasted their way into homes from around the time of the original Xbox onward, this granted a second life to the old cover tapes and discs. Consoles came with demos pre-loaded, you could download demos or full games, and update purchased titles on the fly.

Consoles going digital slowly came with its own problems. Even so, the digital download revolution encouraged new funding models and ways to play games. Early access, where players are granted first look at a title by paying or for free, is where our latest scam lies.

What are the scammers doing?

Scammers are using demos and early access promises as bait for phishing and other forms of attack. The upcoming Resident Evil title, Village, currently has a spin-off demo version called “Maiden” on the Playstation 5 with other versions to follow. Enterprising phishers are distributing fake mails offering “Early access invitations” to play Village itself, which is the full game, set after the events of Maiden.

In this way, they’re trying to ride the wave of popularity for Maiden by encouraging people to get their hands on the rest of the content. The game developers, Capcom, also mention avoiding any files offered up by the phish. This sounds very much like the phishers were also dabbling in malware distribution.

We bring tidings. Bad tidings.

The full Capcom message sent to press reads as follows:

We’re sending this message as we’ve been made aware that there are currently emails circulating that pretend to contain “Early Access invitations” to Resident Evil Village. The sender address is being displayed as “no-reply(at)capcom(dot)com”.

We want to inform you that these messages are NOT from Capcom and appear to be phishing attempts by an unauthorized third party. If you have received such a message, please DO NOT download any files or reply, and delete the message immediately.

If you are unsure of the authenticity of correspondence from Capcom, please contact us directly to verify.

This is perfect bait for younger gamers who may not be aware of this type of scam attempt. No doubt it’ll have caught out many an adult gamer, too. That’s the most recent attempt at tricking people with fake early access. Shall we take a look at a slightly earlier effort?

Fake Beta build scammers come for Far Cry

Far Cry 6 is the soon to be released entry into Ubisoft’s unstoppable game series. Last month, a supposed “beta” build of the game was mentioned in emails to various influencers / content creators in the gaming space. The mail, flagged as being under embargo, comes complete with an access password. When the password is entered, and we’re not sure if they mean to open a zip or on a fake website, an infection is downloaded to the PC. According to potential victims, it “watches your screen and records everything you do”.

That’s bad enough. This is by no means the end of the wave of fake beta/early access/demo invites though.

Gaming a wide audience

In January, THQ Nordic warned of scam mails related to their game Biomutant. As with the other missives, it seems to focus on content creators / developers. Seeing developers state that no early builds of games are being mailed to people is bad news. Could one group specifically be trying this early access build gimmick? Or is everyone at it? Quite often, a new way to go on the offensive is posted to underground forums and then people go off and try it. That could be what is happening with these attacks, or it could just be coincidence.

As far as fake betas go, those have been around for a long time. A good example of this is Cyberpunk 2077, back in July of last year. How about a Fortnite Android beta scam from 2018? We can certainly round things out with a Valorant themed, malware laden closed beta key generator from last April.

Some tips to avoid fake beta/access scams
  1. At least some of these attacks are targeted towards gaming influencers or people with big platforms. As a result, this means you may not encounter a few of them. If you do fall into this category, basic security hygiene applies. Check the security of all your accounts and enable two-factor authentication if it’s available. Run up to date security software, and ensure all your devices are patched and up to date.
  2. Begin locking down your gaming accounts if you haven’t already. It might not just be your PC at risk from attacks. They could be after your console logins / details too. All major gaming consoles have plenty of security features. It’s well worth digging out their security documentation and shoring up any gaps in your defence.
  3. If a games developer emails you out of the blue, it’s fairly easy to figure out what’s real and what isn’t. Major titles announce betas, and early access programs clearly on websites, social media, and gaming portals. It isn’t left to random mail shots and mysterious attachments. If there’s no evidence of whatever you’ve been sent in some sort of official capacity, steer clear. Worst case scenario, you can always contact most developers on social media. They will likely be happy to help if what you’re showing them is a scam.
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We recommend telling younger gamers in your household about these scams, and also the security solutions used to address them. The “exclusive preview build” technique aimed at influencers probably won’t remain aimed at them exclusively for very long, so watch out for that. You may as well get ahead of the game now before the inevitable next wave of beta invite scams land in mailboxes near you. There’s always something to think about in video game land.

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Report reveals the staggering scale of Business Email Compromise losses

Malwarebytes - Fri, 03/19/2021 - 20:40

Internet crime is ever present, and with the ongoing pandemic, levels of scams and fraud were exceptionally high in 2020. Opportunistic fraudsters didn’t give a second thought to riding the COVID-19 wave and preying upon those who are truly in need of help, or those who truly want to help.

The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3), an arm of the FBI where internet users can report online fraud crimes, recently released the 2020 Internet Crime Report, an annual report that contains high-level information on suspected fraud cases reported to them and their losses. A state-by-state statistical breakdown of these cases were included in an accompanying report, 2020 State Reports, that you can browse through here.

The IC3 has found that the three biggest complaints they received in 2020 are phishing scams, which garnered the highest number of complaints (241,342), ransomware (2,474), and, perhaps the most striking of these, Business Email Compromise (BEC) (19,369). It’s striking, not because of the number of complaints but because BEC scams recorded the highest total losses by victims, at roughly $1.8 billion USD. Although phishing led to the highest number of complaints, victims “only” lost $54 million USD, a fraction of the money lost to BEC scams.

According to IC3, BEC can also be called Email Account Compromise (EAC). It may or may not involve a layered attack, depending on how a threat actor can better mimic the person they’re spoofing, and how much their target employee would be able to buy into the overall deception.

It starts off with an email, either from a compromised account or spoofed address, to make it look like it originated from a particular sender. The threat actor, usually posing as a higher-up within a company, contacts a more junior employee in the company who is cleared to perform funds transfers. The attacker gives the junior employee a plausible but urgent instruction to make a large, confidential transfer of money to a fake supplier.

“In 2020, the IC3 observed an increase in the number of BEC/EAC complaints related to the use of identity theft and funds being converted to cryptocurrency,” according to the report. “In these variations, we saw an initial victim being scammed in non-BEC/EAC situations to include Extortion, Tech Support, Romance scams, etc., that involved a victim providing a form of ID to a bad actor. That identifying information was then used to establish a bank account to receive stolen BEC/EAC funds and then transferred to a cryptocurrency account.”

We remind businesses, regardless of sector, to be aware of BEC attack trends and be very vigilant in combatting it. BEC scams rely, in part, on the pressure that junior employees feel when asked to comply with demands from senior employees, and told not to alert anyone else. Employees should be empowered to seek advice and take the time they need.

Also, if your company doesn’t have an extra layer or two of authentication before the request to transfer money is green-lit, put one in place now. A phone or video call is ideal.

True, these steps introduce a bit of friction into your company processes, but a little inconvenience and delay could your company millions of dollars.

Good luck!

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OSR RPG's On The Brain - Through Sunken Lands and Other Adventures Rpg By John Cocking, & Peter S. Williams From Flatland Games Diving & Digging Down Further

Swords & Stitchery - Fri, 03/19/2021 - 20:02
 "Travel with us through sunken lands...In the common rooms of the great city’s countless inns, in the bathhouses of the merchant quarter, and before the altars of a thousand gods, brave and desperate adventurers meet and make plans. They leave every day and seek their fortunes in the Sunken Lands"Lots of times, we want to play a roleplaying game but just don’t have the time for all the prep workNeedleshttp://www.blogger.com/profile/11243274667834930867noreply@blogger.com0
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Larchive Friday – Lower Decks Cuts Deep

Looking For Group - Fri, 03/19/2021 - 15:54

Fridays, we open the Larchives, Lar’s extensive archive of art work oddities, and share a few pieces. Last week I called Star Trek: Lower Decks “a fan-servicey cartoon with unapologetic Rick and Morty influences of much higher quality than expected for […]

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Bunny Squish

Moogly - Fri, 03/19/2021 - 15:04

The Bunny Squish is a cute, cuddly, and very squishy, free crochet pattern on Moogly! Perfect for Easter or any bunny lover – and quick to crochet in Bernat Blanket! Disclaimer: This post includes affiliate links; materials provided by Yarnspirations. Another Super Quick Squish! Just like the Octopus, Narwhal, and Squid Squishes, the Bunny Squish...

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Link Love: My Favourite Things This Week

Knitted Bliss - Fri, 03/19/2021 - 12:52


My Favourite Articles and Links This Week I had a poem recently featured on Poetry Pause! It’s called Viral, but funnily enough I wrote it years before the pandemic. Give it a read, won’t you? You saw this jaw-dropping Crochert art installation, right? So fantastic. Notting Hill is one of my favourite romantic comedies EVER

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Doctor Who: The Lonely Assassins – OUT NOW on iOS, Android and Steam!

Blogtor Who - Fri, 03/19/2021 - 12:34

The Doctor’s most terrifying enemies have returned. But this time the only one standing in their way is… you! Doctor Who: The Lonely Assassins is finally here. The ‘found phone’ game from Maze Theory pitches you into a deadly mystery after you pick up a discarded mobile phone. The game mixes live action video, puzzles […]

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'And The Cosmos Bore Witness' - Sword & Sorcery OSR Thoughts on 'X4 Master of the Desert Nomads' By David Zeb Cook , Michael Moorcock, Lamentations of the Flame Princess rpg, & More

Swords & Stitchery - Fri, 03/19/2021 - 06:04
" To arms! To arms! The battle lines are drawn as desert men and inhuman tribes wait poised to strike on the fertile and rich lands of the east. The call has gone out through the civilized lands. The armies have been raised to match the invading foes from the west. Nobles and peasants have joined swords to greet the foes.But Fate or Chance has decreed another role for a small few. No glorious Needleshttp://www.blogger.com/profile/11243274667834930867noreply@blogger.com0
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On Talkin' Crit

Hack & Slash - Thu, 03/18/2021 - 19:05

 Do you want to see me talking 'crit about my job? I'm an incorrigible gossip. Which of my hot takes will get me canceled?


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OSR Matters - The Origins of Elves, Moorcock, & The Forces Beyond

Swords & Stitchery - Thu, 03/18/2021 - 18:31
 Do you really know who or what your PC's are adventuring with?! How well do you really know the Elven race of original Dungeons & Dragons or Advanced Dungeons & Dragons first edition?! According to Wiki ( that reliable font of knowledge cough, cough) ; The elf is a humanoid race in the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game, one of the primary races available for player characters, and Needleshttp://www.blogger.com/profile/11243274667834930867noreply@blogger.com0
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NFTs explained: daylight robbery on the blockchain

Malwarebytes - Thu, 03/18/2021 - 16:34

Did you hear about the JPG file that sold for $69 million?

I’ll give you some more detail, the JPG file is a piece of digital art made by Mike Winkelmann, the artist known as Beeple. The file was sold on Thursday by Christie’s in an online auction for $69.3 million. This set a record for artwork that exists only digitally. Which for many people raised the question: what’s to stop me from copying it and becoming an owner as well? After all, digital files can be copied ad infinitum, with no loss of quality.

Which is where non-fungible tokens (NFTs or “nifities”) come in. NFTs are the latest, most eyebrow-raising use of blockchain technology.

Non-fungible means the token has unique properties so it cannot be interchanged with something else. Money, for example, is fungible. You can break down a dollar or a bitcoin into change and it will still have the same value. An artwork is more like a house, each one is unique and can’t be broken into useful fractions. (Although for houses sometimes it is only the location that makes it different from its neighbors.)

But I made the analogy because for houses we have a ledger to keep track of who owns the house. If you want to know who owns a house, you look it up in the ledger. You can think of an NFT as a certificate of ownership for a unique object, virtual or tangible.

Art and technology

While the combination of art and technology may have sounded strange a century ago, nowadays they are no longer a rare combination. The first use of the term digital art was in the early 1980s when computer engineers devised a paint program which was used by the pioneering digital artist Harold Cohen. This became known as AARON, a robotic machine designed to make large drawings on sheets of paper placed on the floor.

Andy Warhol or David Hockney may be more familiar names, even for those that are not that into art. Andy Warhol created digital art using a Commodore Amiga where the computer was publicly introduced at the Lincoln Center, New York in July 1985. Hockney is huge fan of the iPad.

Art and NFTs

The maintenance of the digital ledger to keep track of who owns a digital work of art is done using blockchain technology. Blockchains make it almost impossible to forge records.

Copies of the blockchain are kept on thousands of computers and each item in the blockchain is cryptographically linked to every item that comes after it. Forging a record in a blockchain ledger means re-doing the transaction you want to forge, and every subsequent transaction, on a majority of all the copies in existence, at the same time.

Unlike bitcoins, each NFT is unique and can contain details like the identity of its owner or other metadata. NFTs also include smart contracts. Smart contracts store code instead of data in a blockchain, and execute when particular conditions are met. An example of an NFT smart contract might give an artist a percentage of future sales of their work.

But to answer the original question, this doesn’t stop anyone from copying a digital masterpiece and enjoying it at home. The NFT ledger only shows who the owner of the original is.

Stolen NFTs

Even though the blockchain technology itself is secure, the applications that are built on or around it, such as websites or smart contracts, don’t inherit that security, and that can cause problems.

Users of the digital art marketplace Nifty Gateway reported hackers had taken over their accounts and stolen artwork worth thousands of dollars over the weekend.

Someone stole my NFTSs today on @niftygateway and purchased $10K++ worth of today’s drop without my knowledge. NFTs were then transferred to another account.

Some victims reported that the digital assets stolen from their accounts were then sold on the chat application Discord or on Twitter. The underlying problem, according to many claims, was that the thieves hacked the owner’s accounts. They then used the accounts to sell, buy, and re-sell NFTs.

This is possible because blockchain security is designed to prevent forgery, not theft. If somebody steals your NFT and sells it, the blockchain will faithfully record the sale, irreversibly.

Art turned into NFT without the artist’s knowledge

Some artists are reporting their work has been stolen and sold on NFT sites without their knowledge or permission. In some cases, the artist only learned about the theft weeks or even years later, having stumbled upon their work on an auction site. The people creating the NFT had no ownership and probably just copied the artwork from the artist’s website.

Identifying the original file

The way NFTs are set up now they depend too much on URLs that might end up broken at some point in time. Or get hijacked by some clever threat actor. Jonty Wareing did an analysis on how Nifty references the original and was not impressed. He expressed his concerns on Twitter. He found the fact that both the NFT token for the json metadata file as well as the IPFS gateway are defined by URLs set up by the seller. IPFS is a distributed system for storing and accessing files, websites, applications, and data.

The NFT token you bought either points to a URL on the internet, or an IPFS hash. In most circumstances it references an IPFS gateway on the internet run by the startup you bought the NFT from.

Which means when the startup who sold you the NFT goes bust, the files will probably vanish from IPFS too

Problems with art and NFTs

The reported crimes are made possible by three apparent flaws in the way the system was set up.

  • It is possible to create more than one NFT for the same work of art. This creates separate chains of ownership for the same work of art.
  • If no NFT exists for a certain work of art, creating one does not require you to be the owner. This creates false chains of ownership.
  • The references defining the original depend too heavily on URLs that are vulnerable and could vanish at some point.

To circle back to our analogy with real estate, the only way a ledger can be expected to give an accurate account of ownership is by having one central ledger that checks whether the first owner did buy the object directly from the creator. The creation of such a new ledger should also include a check whether there is not an existing registration for the same object to avoid creating a duplicate. And for digital files we need a better way to define them. Storing URLs in the blockchain will protect the URL and not the underlying file.

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MooglyCAL2021 – Block #6

Moogly - Thu, 03/18/2021 - 15:00

MooglyCAL2021 Block 6 is a mesmerizing square by Oombawka Design! The technique used here is great for beginners and fun for experienced crocheters alike. Read on for all the details, and for the link to Block #6 in this free year-long crochet along! Disclaimer: This post includes affiliate links; materials provided by Yarnspirations and Furls....

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