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Does GCI have any rides that have lower height requirements than 46"?

Although this coaster is now gone, Ozark Wildcat. I was really young (so therefore pretty short) when I visited Celebration City but I remember I was able to ride Ozark Wildcat. I was one of those rides where I was in the yellow zone so I could ride but had to ride with an adult.

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Does GCI have any rides that have lower height requirements than 46"?

Although this coaster is now gone, Ozark Wildcat.

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InvadR Media Day Report

 

 

Busch Gardens officially opened its first wooden coaster, InvadR, today with all the usual hoopla you'd expect: lots of reporters, bloggers, and enthusiasts taking lots of photos, shooting videos, and eating lots of complimentary snacks; a speech by the park president; and, of course, rampaging hordes of Vikings vowing to "sow chaos" against anyone who interferes with their good time invading Fort New France.

 

Yes, the park's opening ceremony was disrupted by an invading horde--and I'm not talking about a bunch of coaster-enthusiast clubs! President David Cromwell had no sooner finished his speech welcoming the crowd and listing the virtues of their new coaster, when we heard the clashing of swords against shields, and a Viking army emerged from a cloud of smoke. Many of the "Vikings" were guests who had won "first-ride" privileges on InvadR.

 

But hoopla, smoke, and the promise of raw carnage aside, what about InvadR itself? The entry plaza looks great, as you enter under a giant Viking "war machine." The station is quite nicely themed too, if a bit cramped. As for the ride, it's a lot of fun--especially in the backseat. The first drop is great, and there's a nice pop of air as you take the first big GCI twisty turn. The coaster is well paced and runs at a good clip from the first drop until you hit the brakes at the end. It's a solid ride, and I didn't heard a bad word said about it all morning.

 

One other interesting little point--no seat belts in the trains. I think this is the first GCI coaster I've ridden that doesn't have them. (EDIT: So, I guess Wodan doesn't have seat belts, either, and I have been on that one. So, make InvadR the second GCI I've ridden sans seat belts.)

 

Here's a look the InvadR media day.

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Looks like I'm in the right place.

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Are you? Only if you're a Viking, you mangy looking cur!

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Let's check out the entry plaza--and the Viking war machine's butt.

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I remember people speculating about what this structure was during the construction updates. Turned out to be a place for your stuff.

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The station looks good.

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Don't mess with this exit. It means business.

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Rules! Bah! Rules are not for Vikings!

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Shields are for Vikings!

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And Battle Sn'axe are for Vikings.

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Are you going to linger here or go to battle, you cowardly scum?

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The queue runs through what used to be a kids' play area years ago.

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Here's the Bear Train, representing the proud lumberjacks of Fort New France.

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Up they go . . .

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. . . in quest of a POV--and glory!.

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Remember to always "take the tunnel"! Or is it an interdimensional vortex?

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Whatever it is, you end up here with you butt out of the seat for a moment.

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All this POV shooting is making the Vikings impatient.

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Yes, it's time to open this coaster. Park President David Cromwell addresses the crowd.

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What's this?

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Uh oh! I see lots of pointy things coming toward us through that smoke!

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Yo! Anybody seen Thor? Got a beef with him.

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Magnus, the Viking leader, has come for the park's Battle Sn'axe! And maybe a churro or some kettle corn.

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Yep. Those are some scary Vikings, that's for sure.

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So, is my Viking army ready to face certain death?

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YES! YES! WE ARE READY TO FACE . . .what? Nobody said anything about "certain death" at the Viking recruitment office in Oslo! Only Battle Sn'axe!

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Let's see how the battle is progressing over at the Alpengeist bridge.

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The Bear Train is fighting valiantly to defend Fort New France.

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But here comes the Dragon Train!

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Die, Bear Train, die!

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Look closely, and you might see some Vikings taking over the Bear Train.

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Even Viking men get "hair time."

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They used LeScoot's queue to handle the crowd today.

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Here's one last look at the Dragon Train . . .

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. . . and the Bear Train.

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Be sure to come to Busch Gardens and ride Invadr--or the Viking war machine might come for you! Thanks for reading.

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Nice TR of the Invadr media day, Chuck! Disappointing about the high height requirement but for the people tall enough to ride, it looks like a nice little coaster. The theming for the entry plaza, queue and trains really is fantastic. I would expect nothing less from BGW though. Would you say it's more like Hershey's Wildcat or KD's Rebel Yell? Am trying to describe it to a friend who isn't a coaster nerd

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Great report, as always. Despite the high height requirement, InvadR looks like a solid ride that appeals to a large demographic. Can never go wrong with a GCI, really.

 

Also, it's interesting to hear that the ride doesn't have seat belts. I believe Wodan is the only other GCI without them, though I could be wrong.

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InvadR is a very smooth coaster and very rewritable. I rode several times today during the Media Event and all positions offer a great ride, but as Chuck said the back is a little better. It will definitely be a hit for for BGW this summer.

 

I wonder if the 46"'height requirement is from BGW's insurance company.

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I wonder if the 46"'height requirement is from BGW's insurance company.
There is no explanation, IMO, only poor excuses.

That would fall under the "poor excuses" category.

 

InvadR is a very smooth coaster and very rewritable.

 

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Huh. So it is.

That is... just perfect! lol

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InvadR is a very smooth coaster and very rewritable.

 

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Huh. So it is.

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Got a ride in today. I think this is a great addition- in fact, I believe it suits the role of "family coaster" better than verbolten. When the lines eventually die down, this will be another very good rerideable coaster at BGW.

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I always felt a high height restriction is what made the Aquatrax never really take off. That ride is fantastic fun all around but outside the first climb, to me it's not what I would call thrilling. Stupidly huge amounts of fun: Yes. Thrilling: Not so much. It just seems like there are so many other rides out there that can do the same thing for a cheaper cost and lower heights.

 

It's always a shame when the height is so high because fun, floaty, not too scary rides like these would work great as introductory coasters. Considering there are other companies that do offer that you think it would be in their interests to get the height limit there.

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Great report as always Chuck. Looks like you get tossed around pretty good at spots in that video. I'm stoked to ride. Nice to hear no seatbelts.

 

InvadR is a very smooth coaster and very rewritable.

 

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Huh. So it is.

 

Dead.

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46" seems like a very strange Height Limit to have for a wooden coaster, does anyone know of any others that have that limit? Most that I have ever seen are usually either 42" or 48".

 

And sorry If this is late to talk about but it is strange that a family oriented park like Busch Gardens (either one really) has very few coasters for anyone below that 46" height. My daughter is only 3 now but she loves riding rides and even small coasters, and its hard for me to be able to ride the big ones without her getting upset that she cant too. So More true family coasters between 36" and 42" would be greatly appreciated for that in between crowd that loves rides but is too short for the B&M's of the world.

 

When we visited Dollywood that ended up being a tough park to enjoy together because the vast majority of rides she could do (anything below 39") were in the one end of the park and mostly in the Fair section. The rest of the park was less enjoyable for her because she couldn't ride most things. Parks need to do more what Hershey does and scatter their family and kid rides out amongst the big rides and coasters so everyone can enjoy everything together better.

 

Hopefully in a year or two she will finally be big enough for the coasters with 42" height limits : )

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46" seems like a very strange Height Limit to have for a wooden coaster, does anyone know of any others that have that limit? Most that I have ever seen are usually either 42" or 48".

White Lightning is also 46" and I also personally think that ride should be 42" but at least they have a ride RIGHT NEXT DOOR that's a pretty large-sized ride with a 36" height restriction. But honestly, think about it, if a Vekoma suspended coaster, which is actually quite a decent ride with some good forces can be 36" why should a smaller-sized family woodie be 46"? It makes no sense to me and seems so unbalanced, especially when you're in Orlando where families are used to rides that are 38" - 44" for a lot of the medium sized coasters. (and rides like Space Mountain and Everest which have a lower height restriction than WL are pretty BIG rides!)

 

And sorry If this is late to talk about but it is strange that a family oriented park like Busch Gardens (either one really) has very few coasters for anyone below that 46" height. Parks need to do more what Hershey does and scatter their family and kid rides out amongst the big rides and coasters so everyone can enjoy everything together better.

It's funny that you reference Hersheypark because I've always felt that Hersheypark and BGW are very similar parks in how they are perceived by the public as "family parks" yet one park really seems to "get it" with their height restrictions and family offerings and one doesn't. If you look at Hershey, they have....

 

A couple of coasters for the much smaller kids at 36" with one of them not being a "kiddie" but a full-sized mine train:

Trailblazer

Cocoa Cruiser

 

Some for the 42" kids...

Comet

SooperDooperLooper

Laff Track

 

Then for the 48" guests...

Wildcat

Lightning Racer

Sidewinder

Wild Mouse

 

And then for the 54" thrill seekers....

Great Bear

Skyrush

Fahrenheit

Storm Runner

 

And most of their other rides also follow this same pattern. This, IMO, is a very WELL BALANCED park! I really feel that BGW is a park that should have a very similar line-up but is very much lacking in the "family" coaster department, or at least the family coaster height restriction department.

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And most of their other rides also follow this same pattern. This, IMO, is a very WELL BALANCED park! I really feel that BGW is a park that should have a very similar line-up but is very much lacking in the "family" coaster department, or at least the family coaster height restriction department.

 

BGW is pretty good about their regular rides for the most part being family friendly and spaced out, it's really just when it comes to coasters, and the funny thing is even their "kid" coaster has a height limit of 38" just to ride, many parks have at least one where its only 36" and that's just to ride alone many allow smaller kids to ride as long as they have adults.

 

Trailblazer to me at Hershey which as you said is 36" is much wilder especially in the end than Grover's Alpine Express, Trailblazer was actually the first real coaster I ever rode as a kid thanks to that height limit.

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46" seems like a very strange Height Limit to have for a wooden coaster, does anyone know of any others that have that limit? Most that I have ever seen are usually either 42" or 48".

White Lightning is also 46" and I also personally think that ride should be 42" but at least they have a ride RIGHT NEXT DOOR that's a pretty large-sized ride with a 36" height restriction. But honestly, think about it, if a Vekoma suspended coaster, which is actually quite a decent ride with some good forces can be 36" why should a smaller-sized family woodie be 46"? It makes no sense to me and seems so unbalanced, especially when you're in Orlando where families are used to rides that are 38" - 44" for a lot of the medium sized coasters. (and rides like Space Mountain and Everest which have a lower height restriction than WL are pretty BIG rides!)

 

And sorry If this is late to talk about but it is strange that a family oriented park like Busch Gardens (either one really) has very few coasters for anyone below that 46" height. Parks need to do more what Hershey does and scatter their family and kid rides out amongst the big rides and coasters so everyone can enjoy everything together better.

It's funny that you reference Hersheypark because I've always felt that Hersheypark and BGW are very similar parks in how they are perceived by the public as "family parks" yet one park really seems to "get it" with their height restrictions and family offerings and one doesn't. If you look at Hershey, they have....

 

A couple of coasters for the much smaller kids at 36" with one of them not being a "kiddie" but a full-sized mine train:

Trailblazer

Cocoa Cruiser

 

Some for the 42" kids...

Comet

SooperDooperLooper

Laff Track

 

Then for the 48" guests...

Wildcat

Lightning Racer

Sidewinder

Wild Mouse

 

And then for the 54" thrill seekers....

Great Bear

Skyrush

Fahrenheit

Storm Runner

 

And most of their other rides also follow this same pattern. This, IMO, is a very WELL BALANCED park! I really feel that BGW is a park that should have a very similar line-up but is very much lacking in the "family" coaster department, or at least the family coaster height restriction department.

 

This is one of the main reasons my family loved Hersheypark last year. I could go over and ride Skyrush while my little sister rides SDL, and in the back of the park, I could go on Storm Runner while she rides Trailblazer.

 

Not only is the height restriction well-balanced, but their actual LOCATION in the park is perfect too. There's no "big kid" section and "little kid" section... it's all pretty evenly spread out. I loved Hershey because of their heavenly Intamin trio, and my mom and little sister loved it because of Trailblazer, SDL, Wild Mouse, and Comet. I can't think of many other parks that are able to please all levels of thrill seekers like Hershey does.

 

It's a bummer InvadR doesn't have a lower height restriction, otherwise it would have filled a BIG gap at BGW (and it still sorta does). Still looks like a fun little coaster.

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Being short and having to endure the "Are you sure you are going to be tall enough to ride?" taunts from my friends there is satisfaction when the really tall guys are too big to ride.

 

What would be the top five parks for 48" and under coaster riders? (Maybe this belongs in a new thread?) My youngest is stalled at 49". Cheetah Run, Super Duper Looper, and Lochness are probably her top three. She liked El Toro but wasn't up for a reride. As a family I think we like BGW the best. First Knoebels trip set for August.

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Robb makes a great point about Hersheypark, it really is the best park if you have kids that are 42, 48, and 54 inches tall. We went for 3 days two years ago and there really was something for everyone in the family. My youngest went on her first looper (SDL) and her first big woodie (Comet). Her favorite though was Laff Trak, which is a really fun take on the family spinning coaster. Just the fact that Hershey has four non-kiddie coasters that she could ride at 42 inches sold us on taking a trip there. My son, who was just over 48 inches at the time, loved Lightning Racer and Sidewinder (those new Vekoma shoulder straps are much better than traditional OTSRs). Then my oldest rode her first B&M invert and her first Intamins (Storm Runner and Fahrenheit), but she stopped short of Skyrush. I was totally ok with that though, as I got 5-6 rides on Skyrush each morning during the early entry.

 

SFGrAm is actually a great park too for families with kids 42-48 inches tall. It has two 36 inch coasters (Little Dipper and Whizzer), two 42s (Demon and Dark Knight), and a bunch of 48s (Am Eagle, Goliath, Joker, Viper, plus Giant Drop). When you add in the new Justice League ride and one of the last remaining Condors, there's actually a lot for families with younger kids to ride.

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And now I'm going to add a ride op's perspective on the height requirement argument.

 

I have 2 years experience operating a ride with the greatest height requirement in the park. There are so many angry parent stories swapped around the breakroom about a child being just barely too short and crying while the parent yells at the ride op. The parent yelling at the ride ops because the kid was already on all other rides in the park and now can't get on this one. Or was on the ride earlier in the day/season.

 

That's the kind of thing I hate the most. Worse than the drunks. Worse than the tossed cookies I have to clean up. Worse than those who think that they're above the rules. It's the look on the kid's face as their tears stain the cement.

 

But my biggest question in this debate is: who's to blame the most? The park who ordered the ride and set the requirement or the engineers who designed it?

B&M Family Invert: approx 45"

Cedar Fair Vekoma Family Suspended: 44"

Legoland Florida Vekoma Family Suspended: 48"

Fun-Spot Orlando's Vekoma Family Suspended: 36" with adult/48" without

 

And since we're on the subject of GCI, If I remember correctly, when Legoland Florida switched out the PTC trains on Coastersaurus for GCI Mini-lenium flyers, the height requirement increased and some weren't all too happy about that.

 

While the trains look and ride GREAT, I have to be honest it was disappointing to hear that the height restriction was raised from 36" to 42". I really hope the park can work with Great Coasters to lower that a bit, at least to 40" to match The Dragon also at Legoland as well as other rides in the area. The 40" mark is kind of a key height restriction in Central Florida. How do you tell a kid "Sorry, Johnny, I know you were able to ride Tower of Terror, Test Track, Big Thunder Mountain, Dinosaur, Star Tours, Splash Mountain, Spider-Man, and Transformers... but you can't ride the junior woodie at Legoland." Gotta think something can be done (38" with an adult, 42" to ride alone maybe?)
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But my biggest question in this debate is: who's to blame the most? The park who ordered the ride and set the requirement or the engineers who designed it?

B&M Family Invert: approx 45"

Cedar Fair Vekoma Family Suspended: 44"

Legoland Florida Vekoma Family Suspended: 48"

Fun-Spot Orlando's Vekoma Family Suspended: 36" with adult/48" without

 

And since we're on the subject of GCI, If I remember correctly, when Legoland Florida switched out the PTC trains on Coastersaurus for GCI Mini-lenium flyers, the height requirement increased and some weren't all too happy about that.

 

While the trains look and ride GREAT, I have to be honest it was disappointing to hear that the height restriction was raised from 36" to 42". I really hope the park can work with Great Coasters to lower that a bit, at least to 40" to match The Dragon also at Legoland as well as other rides in the area. The 40" mark is kind of a key height restriction in Central Florida. How do you tell a kid "Sorry, Johnny, I know you were able to ride Tower of Terror, Test Track, Big Thunder Mountain, Dinosaur, Star Tours, Splash Mountain, Spider-Man, and Transformers... but you can't ride the junior woodie at Legoland." Gotta think something can be done (38" with an adult, 42" to ride alone maybe?)

All fair and valid points, but let's address your question: But my biggest question in this debate is: who's to blame the most? The park who ordered the ride and set the requirement or the engineers who designed it?

 

Personally, I think the blame lies 50/50. In the case of the GCI woodie, not even InvadR but a ride like White Lightning or the new woodie that went into Plopsa Panne last year, IMO there is just no reason why those coasters need to have as high of a height requirement as they do. I believe GCI should have engineered a way for those rides to be 42" and I refuse to believe there isn't a solution. Even if that solution also was 48" to ride alone or 42" to ride with an adult.

 

I also feel it's the parks responsibility to ensure they have a good balance of attractions for all ages and heights. When you have a park that is so unbalanced you have to stop and ask "Why do they keep building rides for one group of guests, but not the other?" Busch Gardens Tampa went through this as well, but at least they did finally install Cobra's Curse which has a 42" height restriction to help fill that gap.

 

I also feel that BGW should have tried to convince GCI to lower the height restriction or come up with a solution. And while yes, 46" is lower than 48" I still believe that ride is not more intense or scary than Tower of Terror, Big Thunder Mountain, or Test Track. And you have to be 6" taller to ride those GCI woodies than Tower of Terror??!?! That makes zero sense to me. That's either poor engineering saying your trains or restraints require that height to the park not fighting the ride manufacturer to get it lower.

 

I just wish that parks would take this more into consideration than they do.

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^I like the idea of making it 42" with an adult and 48" alone, but it's just one of those things you have to deal with I guess. I'm 6"7' and could ride most rides at a young age (hence my love for them), but I still know it sucks to see those awesome coasters and not be able to ride them. Is this a problem at BGT too? I used to live in Tampa when I was five and could ride Scorpion ( Scorpion) but nothing else, and I was pretty tall. I know really tall five year olds still can't ride like Kumba or Montu but I'm just curious.

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^I like the idea of making it 42" with an adult and 48" alone, but it's just one of those things you have to deal with I guess. I'm 6"7' and could ride most rides at a young age (hence my love for them), but I still know it sucks to see those awesome coasters and not be able to ride them. Is this a problem at BGT too? I used to live in Tampa when I was five and could ride Scorpion ( Scorpion) but nothing else, and I was pretty tall. I know really tall five year olds still can't ride like Kumba or Montu but I'm just curious.

 

Though I've unfortunately yet to experience BGW, I'd say BGT is worse. The monkey-fighting Schwarzkopf has a lower height requirement than their wild mouse! The three B&Ms and Falcon's Fury all have 54" requirements. Sure there are some rides for the kiddies, but there's a lot of walking involved in the Floridian heat. Though there is a fun-looking shaded jungle-gym type play area in the Sesame Street area.

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