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 The one afraid to cut the cake, con't, @[Katheryne Pryde], @[Pyrrhic]
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Continued from http://s4.zetaboards.com/Xrevolution/topic/30177527/1/#new

"You guys go in there, get them out. I'll find my own way in."

Ev met Ros' eyes briefly, reassured himself that the younger mutant understood the severity of what was happening and wasn't panicking or anything, and reluctantly nodded agreement.

Not that there was anything wrong with his new teammate's proposal; in fact, it was more or less what Ev would have suggested himself. He and Kitty could do a straight shot into the building safely, but while Ros could blow a hole in the wall to enter that risked injuring bystanders with debris or creating a backdraft unless he picked his spot carefully. So it made sense to split up briefly. It was just that he was used to thinking of Ros as a non-com student, someone his job as a Legacy Squadder was to protect.

But he was a teammate now, and while that didn't mean Ev stopped feeling protective, it meant he also was supposed to work with Ros, and trust that he knew what he was doing, and trust that Ros could protect him if the situation required it, and all that jazz. Of course, if he'd had any reservations on that front -- which he didn't -- he'd have raised them when Ros was first proposed for Legacy membership. They had to be able to trust each other, and the training they'd all received.

He also nodded to Kitty's instruction to hold his breath while phasing; he'd read something about that in some report somewhere, but reports had been inconsistent, so he wasn't sure. That was a common result when mutants' powers improved with training and maturity, which happened a lot -- especially when they were as young as Kitty had been, when she'd started -- and her comment about her having had to do the same when she'd started made that more likely.

Phasing through the wall was relatively easy; he treated it like diving into a swimming pool, except the surface was vertical. The room on the other side was empty, and not smoke-filled; the sprinklers were going off, but a little water wasn't gonna hurt him. So he resolidified and drew another breath. "I'm here to help!" he shouted, "If you can hear me, make some noise! I'll come get you!" Not that he expected people in the middle of a fire to be all that rational, but it didn't hurt to try.

The door was hot to the touch, and smoke wafted in through the cracks, which meant the hallway outside was probably on fire. Rather than negotiate that, he passed through the wall to his left into a cramped room, probably a supply closet, where the sprinklers had either failed or weren't installed in the first place. The inner wall had caught fire, as had some of the room's contents; Ev continued holding his breath and plunged through the fire, into the hall.

He'd expected that to hurt; it didn't. Cool power, he thought, then shook his head as though to clear it. Focus on the job, Ev.

From outside he could hear sirens -- fire trucks, he hoped.

Two more empty rooms -- thank God it was the weekend, or the place would probably be full of office workers. Just as he thought that, the third office turned out to contain someone who'd picked the wrong day to work overtime. The man was stumbling around and coughing, but didn't seem injured... probably smoke inhalation. More dangerous than the fire itself.

"Just relax, I got you," he shouted as he closed the distance between them, not waiting for an acknowledgment before he caught the man up in a two-armed hug and, hoping this building had a basement, sank through the floor.

Fortunately, it did. And, as he'd hoped, the fire hadn't spread down here yet... it would spread up before it spread down. That didn't mean they were safe, since the ceiling would start collapsing sooner or later, but it did give them a breather, which he solidified and took advantage of.

"Sir, I need you to take a deep breath now, and hold it, no matter what happens. OK?" He had to repeat the instruction three times before the guy focused on him enough to nod through his terror, and Ev took a deep breath himself before running them both towards the outside wall and phasing through it... into darkness.

What the -- oh, right. He'd come out through the basement wall, that put him under the sidewalk. Freaky. OK, so... how do I gain altitude? Dropping through the floor had been easy, he hadn't even thought about it, but flying was different... at least, his attempt to do it wasn't getting him anywhere. Then he remembered watching Kitty as she'd gone through the ceiling... she hadn't been flying, exactly, she'd been walking. Which made sense, he supposed; after all, it wasn't the ground that was holding him up, it was an aspect of Kitty's power. So... OK...

Ultimately, it was easier than he'd expected; he just treated the soil as though someone had carved stairs out of it, and walked up the stairs, dragging the rescued man behind him. He was gagging and retching -- whether due to the smoke exposure or the unconventional exit, Ev didn't know, and it didn't really matter. "Over here!" he shouted to the ambulance that was pulled up nearby, and a couple of EMTs took delivery of the man.

"Let's take a look at you," one of them said to Ev, and he shook his head. "I'm OK, man... you just make sure that guy can breathe." Without waiting for further discussion, he ran back through the wall, and focused his attention on Kitty's aura... he'd have to get closer to her to recharge their synch pretty soon, if he didn't want to go inconveniently solid.
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"The less holes there are, the better," Pyrrhic said when Kitty suggested that he blow a hole in the roof. It would be better for flames to go up if they were going to escape where it wouldn't be possibly catching the surrounding buildings on fire, but oxygen fuels a fire, and it already was an inferno on their hands. Not only that but Pyrrhic wouldn't be able to take out a portion of the roof on the ground like this. Gravity didn't seem to ha e much, if any effect on his shots with either one of his energy. The important thing was making sure that he had the right amount of energy to factor in it dissipating on its way. To take out a portion of the roof he would have to get up higher than the roof and aim down. This wasn't like he'd be shooting an arrow up in the air, it wasn't going to arc back down to the roof. If it did that presented the additional risk of causing more damage than they wanted. He didn't have x-ray vision, so he wasn't sure where the support beams were, or how much structural damage already was done to the roof. He might blow a hole in it but send the roof crashing down on those inside. Shadowcat and Synch might be able to survive if the building came collapsing around them, but if they didn't get all the civilians out first...

His best entrance point, he ultimately decided, was that broken window in the front. There would be no new airflow, and even though the smoke pouring out of the hole was dark and thick, it looked as though the room on the other side was not actively burning yet. This was an incredibly stupid thing to do. Adults generally raise children to learn that sharp things like knives or broken glass should be avoided. And with how often Pyrrhic had had fire safety drilled into his head, it was a little surprising that not every day involved having to stop, drop, and roll. Jumping in to an inferno was a dangerous and stupid thing to attempt. Pyrrhic wasn't equipped with an oxygen mask or that fancy fireproof uniform. Tonight was suppose to be just another ordinary night, and he had gone out in his typical clothes. T-shirt, jeans, boots, hoodie and a hat. But it didn't take long at the school to learn that being a hero often involved doing dangerous and stupid things.

He broke the glass a bit more at the bottom of the hole, just to make the entrance a little more safe. Whoever, or whatever he had seen hadn't called out for help, and Pyrrhic wasn't sure if the others had spotted what he had. The smoke bit more sharply at his eyes than anything that he had experienced before, and for just having entered he could already feel his throat and lungs becoming simultaneously clogged and stripped raw. He could not be in here long and visibility was only getting worse. It was hard to hear anything over the screaming and the sound of the fire. Pyrrhic still strained his ears for any sounds of movement near him as his eyes blinked away tears.

"H-hey, someone in here?" he called out. For the first time he was trying to save someone as a member of the Legacy Squad it was less then confidant or comforting call out. It was hard to sound like he knew what he was doing when he had to cough in the middle of it. There was an oddly wet suction noise from behind him. Pyrrhic turned about and saw the source of the glow he'd noticed before. There was something that was neither male or female in appearance oozing it's way towards him, armed with a good old fashioned torch. Parts of it dripped off the... thing, onto the torch, fueling the torch and making the fire on it jump up. It clicked in Ros's mind that this was the reason why the fire spread quickly.

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Kitty felt awful. She'd left someone in the smoke, but the truth of the matter was, she wasn't strong enough to carry dead weight. She could bring those who could stand on their own, and she could bring a stretcher to the person. She just...had limitations. Moments like these frustrated her, but she plowed through it, focused on her objective: Getting the unconscious guy out.

Ah, solutions.

The brunette made sure the four people she had were over by the ambulances. She took deep, clean breaths of air while looking around for the two other X-Folks. In that moment, however, she couldn't see either of them. They must have been back in the building. There were other people out, so Kitty assumed Ev had managed to figure out her power enough to actually get things to work. Good. Of course, if she remembered correctly, he also had to "recharge" the power - which meant she needed to find him so he could recharge off of her so they could finish clearing the building.

"Hey..I need to borrow this. I'll bring it right back..."

She didn't wait for an answer, but grabbed the stretcher that had been set up, ready to receive victims. She pushed it forward, gaining momentum, and pushed it through the wall of the building. Then she only had to air dance it up to the floor where the guy was laying. Belatedly, she realized she probably should have grabbed some Oxygen, but there was no turning back now.

Kitty returned to the room filling with smoke - but no fire. Yet. There was the heavy set man, unconscious on the floor. She remembered just a breath of the black smoke could do horrible damage - but what was she supposed to do! She had to get him on the stretcher. Lowering it, she started maneuvering the larger man onto the bed, desperately wishing Ev would show up to help....

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The fire was getting worse. Flaming debris was starting to fall from the ceiling, and open flame was creeping along the walls, and smoke was everywhere. And while Ev himself was immune to most of that, at least while he was synching Kitty, the same unfortunately could not be said of whoever was still stuck in the building.

It took him a little while to find Kitty... apparently she was moving, and his aura-tracking was imperfect, so he ended up following her path rather than intercepting her. Gotta keep working on that, he chastised himself. It was the less-flashy aspect of his ability, and it came in handy less often, so it was easy to leave by the wayside... but when he needed it, he usually really needed it!

Still, the building wasn't too big, and she was moving in something resembling a straight line, so it wasn't too difficult. He caught up with her in an upper-floor office, where she was trying to maneuver an unconscious man twice her size onto a stretcher. "Good thinking," he said as he got on all fours to avoid the smoke, which was mostly rising to the ceiling, and went solid again... checking very carefully first, to make sure he didn't have a stray finger or toe overlapping something solid when he did so. "Certainly easier than carrying him over my shoulders."

Not that it was easy, regardless, and Ev wondered if there was a trick to it... in retrospect, maybe they should have been trying to slide the stretcher under his body, rather than trying to push his body onto the stretcher? Well, too late now, but he'd try to remember to look that up later, or maybe ask one of the EMTs outside how they handled heavyset victims in emergencies.

Between the two of them, carrying the stretcher was easy, and he let Kitty handle phasing their passenger, since it was her power, after all. It was hard enough air-walking in synchrony with her, so the guy didn't just slide off the stretcher.

They'd gotten about halfway out when the man started thrashing around, and Ev realized that the guy wasn't holding his breath... of course not, he was unconscious! He looked uncertainly to Kitty, unsure what to do. "Do we go solid again so he can breathe?"

In the back of his mind, he was also wondering how Ros was doing, and made a mental note to always bring comm gear with him in the future, even if they were just going out for ice cream. In the meantime, though, he would call Ros' phone as soon as they'd gotten Chubby out to the ambulances.

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The firefly had clearly not anticipated anyone entering the building yet, especially not where the smoke was so thick. For a moment the two of them stood there, looking at each other with surprise. Pyrrhic had expected a civilian in need of rescue. Instead he got the source of the trouble, a mutant that was oblivious to the heavy smoke that obscured his vision. It was a bit lie the yellow devil from Megaman, only with two eyes and a confused expression that rapidly shifted into anger. The mutant's work hadn't been completed yet and its fury over this fact was turning onto the youth who was giving off a pale sickly green glow in what was meant to be a glorious kaleidoscope of reds, oranges, and yellows. Pyrrhic had instinctively taken a defensive stance, prepared to fight. No. This wasn't what was suppose to happen. The fire department, run by weak humans, was suppose to arrive to late to prevent the building burning down, the humans inside roasted like marshmelows. It was meant to be a clear message of the superiority of mutants and to gain the approval of the Brotherhood. There wasn't suppose to be a random person with powers stepping in to stop them. For someone who almost looked like they were made out of oil they moved slowly, more solid in stride than fluid like. The hand not holding on to the torch reached out for Pyrrhic, dropping bits of its "skin" onto the ground.

Pyrrhic used his powers to push the firefly away from himself, feeling a kick in his chest from doing so. Even with the smoke biting at his eyes Pyrrhic could see that the stuff that came off of the firefly was highly flammable, and he did not want to be coated with it. The torch was still in the clutches of the firestarter. Step one, get the torch away from the enemy, preferably outside of the building. The walls were turning black, covering up traces of the accelerant from his inexperienced eye. Telling where they had spread the easily ignitable oily mess was already impossible for Pyrrhic, and would only get worse the longer he was in there. An open source of fire in a room with unknown amounts of hidden flammables was a bad idea. So was standing around. Pyrrhic edged his way around towards the off hand of his opponent, finding he had to periodically dodge attacks. The firefly was not particularly fast, but with the growing pressure of the arrival of firefighters and fury at being caught forced them into an intense frenzy. Grabs were attempted, the torch was swung. Pyrrhic could feel the heat of the flames prickling at his skin like millions of tiny needles. When Pyrrhic hit someone with his energy the pain feedback that he felt was similar enough that Pyrrhic was able to shave it to hte side. As soon as there was an opening Pyrrhic took a shot, not at the torch, but the wrist area of the hand that held it. The grip on the torch loosened, and the flame came tumbling down.

Pyrrhic dove after it. The floor was slick and he went sliding as the torch fell down. He reached up for the torch to catch it. The whole thing looked pretty epic, though the slide was unintentional. The floor was a mess of broken glass and the slough off of the firefly. He managed to catch the torch before it hit the ground, keeping the room from turning into another blaze. The only thing was that to do so he had to grab on to the flaming part. Of course Pyrrhic instantly grabbed on to the other part as soon as he saw what he had just done. It was only for the briefest hair of a nanosecond that he had fire in his han, but he had gotten that accelerant on him between his scuffle with the firefly and his dive for the torch. He could actually see the flame leap from the torch head onto the sleeve of his shirt. That stop, drop and roll lesson that was drilled in to his head helped him to keep collected enough to smother the flames on his arm before it could spread far on him. The air was better down low, but he needed to get his way to the broken window and get rid of the torch. He felt the firefly grabbing on to his leg and dragging him towards them. Thinking quickly Pyrrhic jabbed the torch towards the firefly, getting them to drop his leg. The torch had to go.

Pyrrhic did another shove with his powers and stumbled his way, coughing so hard his entire body was shaking from it, towards where he thought the window was. To help him was the sounds if fire sirens, and he chucked the torch at the window. Glass shattered just as he felt a solid it on the back of his head. The young man shot behind him as he struggled against blacking out and felt his head getting pulled backwards. Second step, try to capture the firefly, or at the very least don't let them become a fireball running through the building.

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YES! Ev showed up - which meant there was help to get the guy on the stretcher. Of course, in retrospect, she should have just phased the stretcher under him, but she wasn't sure she was to the task oh phasing him ONTO the stretcher. Definitely a way she'd never used her power, and something new to try in the danger room. BUT! She had help now, and she was all sorts of a team player - and Ev had been super nice to her at Christmas. Go Ev.

Phasing was second nature to Kitty; she didn't have to take a breath, and usually people she phased didn't need to take a breath. It was something she mentioned to Ev because he wasn't used to it, so he didn't know how to phase in such a way that he would store oxygen. So, when the guy started thrashing, Kitty knew it was something ON TOP of her phasing. THAT was bad. Very bad. And hey! Ev was okay talking while phased!

She shook her head. "No. We move faster. I've practice long enough that I'm making sure his lung are okay - but he must have sucked in too much smoke. " She frowned. Walking speed was frustrating in emergencies. She tried to walk a big faster, but walking was walking. At least she was able to get them out of a wall.

Of course, once they were outside, she had to stay phased to air walk; if she didn't, she would follow the rules of gravity and THAT would suck. Big time. But she got the stretcher to the ambulance quickly enough and the EMTs and Paramedics took over.

Shifter her attention back to Synch, she asked, "Where did Ros go? I'm, well, honestly, you're used to working with him a lot more than I...so we need to go in and find him - by the way, do you need to boost, or re-synch or something? " She didn't wait for an answer, just assuming Ev would take what was needed. "You lead me. You know when he can do. We know he went in below. I can grab him and phase him if smoke is getting to him, but...." She smiled widely and motioned, "Lead on, McDuff!"
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It was probably a good thing that Kitty hadn't mentioned that he wasn't having any difficulty talking while phased... if she had, Ev might have found himself struggling with the Centipede's Dilemma. Regardless, he followed her lead, speeding their progress marginally while their passenger struggled with his air intake. And when they finally did go solid, it didn't seem to help; apparently the guys' choking had another cause altogether. Either way, the EMTs were handling him now, and they were the professionals, so he put the issue out of his mind.

"No, nothing special," he explained as he pulled out his phone and selected Ros' number. "As long as I stay in range, and for a little while after, we're good. And... yeah, you're right, we should just join him." He let the phone keep ringing... if nothing else, the sound might make it easier to find his teammate... and closed his eyes for a moment to concentrate.

"Yeah, I've got Ros on radar," he announced after a moment. It wasn't difficult; they'd practiced before more than once and Ev recognized his aura readily. "He's over in this direction, let's -- huh, that's weird?" He continued moving in a straight line towards where Ros' aura seemed to be, through walls and floors and ceilings, but grew increasingly puzzled by what seemed to be an irregular signature. "Oh!" he cried out when they were about halfway there, "I get it: there's another mutant!"

Ev tried to get a sense of what the new arrival's powers might be, but was unable to be sure... no surprise there; that was an unreliable aspect of his abilities at the best of times, doubly so while racing intangibly through a burning building. He got a vague sense that it might be a pyrokinetic like Magma, but that could easily just be because he was primed for something like that by his surroundings.

It soon became clear that they were headed towards the far wall of the building, and Ev felt foolish; it would have been faster to run around the building and phase through the outside wall, rather than air-walk through the building. Oh well; too late now, he thought as he passed through an interior wall and stopped short. The smoke wasn't as bad here as it was elsewhere, because of an open window letting it out, but visibility was still pretty poor. Still, Ev spotted Ros easily enough, with some help from his aura-sense, and as he made his way through the room it became clear that his teammate was wrestling a... well, Ev honestly wasn't sure what that was, but it was obviously hostile and flammable.

OK, he thought, just as though this were a video game or a Danger Room mission, new mission objectives: help out Ros and take down the firebug. He wasn't sure how to use Kitty's powers offensively, and while he had a few ideas there was no sense experimenting with them when he could leave that part to the experienced ghost. So instead he charged the pair and dove at Ros, grabbing his teammate around the torso, attempting to reproduce what he'd done earlier to get the trapped civilian out of the building. Logically speaking, Ev figured, he had to solidify in order to grab Ros, and perhaps he did so for a split-second... he honestly wasn't sure. That wasn't uncommon when working with borrowed powers; thinking too much tended to get in the way, and he generally did better letting his unconscious mind take care of the details. One way or another, he and Ros ended up phasing together through the floor, and the wall, and skidding to a halt in the inelegant, graceless, and more than a little painful mid-air equivalent of a faceplant.

"You OK?" Ev asked his teammate once they were both on something roughly approximating their feet. "Come on," he added, "we can't let Kitty have all the fun!"


(OOC: Let me know if there's a problem with Ev grabbing Ros and I will rewrite; no worries.)

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When it came to heroics, cellphones sucked. Sure they could record things, or call for authorities. They also could be replaced or repaired fairly easily. Unfortunately they were horrible for answering when you were trying to wrestle a lard thing towards a window. You needed to have at least one hand free to answer it, unless you had a bluetooth device or something like that, at which point you might as well have the hands free devices that he was use to using. Right now Pyrrhic's hands were very much occupied, and among the sounds of the fire roaring his phone's ringtone played out the length of it, ending in a chime that told him he had a missed call. If he were to try to fish out the phone from his pocket Pyrrhic would have to let go of his grip on the firefly. Further reason why cellphones weren't meant for this sort of thing, you could get unexpected and unwanted communications at the most inopportune times.
Had he been trying to do something stealthy that jingling tune would have given him away.
Pyrrhic had wrestled on a practically a daily basis with Colossus, a man of incredible strength, and when powered up, great weight. So much weight in fact that Pyrrhic would seriously injure himself if he tried lifting the man. Trying to toss the firebug felt very similar to trying to pin Piotr. There wasn't that weight that made it difficult, the firefly just was challenging. Pyrrhic had discovered that the gunk not only was flammable, it stuck to things like ABC gum to the underside of a table. At this point Pyrrhic wasn't sure where the window he had come in from was exactly.

Whoever had been trying to call him was just going to have to wait for him to call back. Because Pyrrhic and the others had just been simple civilians before the fire started none of them were wearing the oh so convenient, and incredibly useful com devices that were standard equipment. Best guess was that either Synch or Ms. Pryde was trying to get in touch with him. They had been in the building already, saving people, by the time he made his way in. There hadn't really been time to plan the rescue out, and none of them had telepathic capabilities at the moment. It was an exercise in trust, the sort of thing that would probably get turned into a Danger Room program someday, if it wasn't already. No means of communication, little visibility, and few resources to work with. For the first thing he was doing out in the real world as a Legacy Squad member, this was not the smoothest scenario to go with. At least he would be able to say that he had experience with the sort of situation he might be called upon to handle. He was just getting that experience sooner than what was probably intended to happen. You could never predict when a crisis was going to happen, but they could decide who was best to send out to handle it.

As he struggled to keep his hold on the firefly, Pyrrhic tried to analyze the situation. Just as Pyrrhic couldn't part the firefly's feet from the ground, he couldn't just let go, even to call out for help. His opponent wasn't fast, but the way that the fire was spreading was. Quite unexpectedly Pyrrhic felt arms wrap around his chest, pulling him away from the firefly. His energy started racing up his body in response to the perceived threat before he found himself falling through the wall and back out into the fresh air. The room had been filled with smoke, so much so that he had only known where the firefly was because he was holding them. As soon as Pyrrhic felt the solid ground beneath him his body was wracked with a violent coughing fit. Thick phlegm flooded his mouth, and when he spat it out, it was black and his mouth tasted of ash. He needed to get back the ability to speak. "Need to go back in," Pyrrhic said before breaking out into another coughing fit, "That thing is going to make the fire worse."

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It felt good to be back in the hero business. Of course, working with people she'd never worked with before was a new thing, but they were doing okay. She was even actively starting to like Ev more than just he made her laugh at Christmas. He was good to work with and she wasn't too overtly worried - yet. They still hadn't located the source of the fire, and she hadn't seen Ros since he'd gone into the building. Working with people with whom she was unfamiliar with their powers was a challenge.

She nodded as she double checked that Ev didn't need anything else from her. At least he wasn't like Rogue; when she "borrowed" powers, people went unconscious. Interesting....Ev could sense people. When he said he had Ros on radar, she nodded and motioned, "Following you...."

As he mused outloud, she did ask, "What's weird..." She didn't know what Ev was doing save sensing his teammate. Right. She needed to read Legacy Squads files. Ah. Another mutant. Another thing filed away.

She followed Ev through the building and made a note - while straight was always the fastest, sometimes walking around would be better. Of course, she was used to her phasing, and he didn't seem, well, phased, so no need stirring things up. Still, she was following blindly as she had no clue what was going on, or how Ev was honing in on Ros.

Apparently, the firebug was her job. Right.

Kitty's powers weren't terribly offensive until they were really offensive. However, she did know a few things about fire. Remove the oxygen, and the fire would go out. Remove the mental control, and things would go out. Remove things to BURN, and conversations could happen.

Ev grabbed Ros and continued phasing, leaving Kitty with the bug. Well, this was interesting. Her first thought was hoping Ev was alright. She didn't know how he faired without oxygen, or in the smokey room. The next was to figure out what to do with the firebug. "Right. Let's get you out of the burning area." She didn't know how to turn him off, but she knew how to eliminate his material to burn.

Kitty launched herself at him, phasing him with her. Instead of out, however, she pulled him up.. Scaling air, she held onto him tightly, asking "Hey! What are you doing? What's your problem! You could have really hurt some people!"

Maybe the firestarter would give her some answers. They were fifty feet in the air with nothing to burn.....

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