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Demiurge's design originating from Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner

"WORSHIP ME! THE CREATOR OF ALL, UNPARALLELED BY ANY!"
—Demiurge, Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey

The Demiurge (デミウルゴス, Demiurugosu)? , also known as Yaldabaoth (ヤルダバオート, Yarudabaōto)?, is a recurring demon in the series.

HistoryEdit

Gnosticism portrays Demiurge as an inferior "evil" god who created the world who appears as the "God" of the Old Testament. He was also known by different Gnostic teachings as Adam Kadmon, Choronzon, Samael, Saklas, "Fool", or Yaldabaoth, "Son of Chaos". He is said to have been the devil, but some sects consider them to be two completely different entities.

In most schools of Gnosticism, Demiurge was created by Sophia, exiled from the Pleroma for her desire to create something outside of it. When she created the Demiurge, she was ashamed by it; to hide her folly from the Pleroma, she created a great cloud around him and built him a throne. With no awareness of the Pleroma or the Monad from which all things were derived from, the Demiurge concluded it was the creator of all things. It then fashioned the material universe in an unconscious imitation of the Pleroma, and made the first human in the image of the true First Man. Though it could not grant him a soul (having no awareness of the Pleroma) Sophia pitied it and granted Adam a divine spark that gave him life. The Demiurge was infuriated when Adam thanked the true God for his existence instead of him and sought to ensnare him in the material world through Eve; however, Sophia sent the serpent to tempt Eve, granting her and Adam the secret knowledge of their spiritual nature. The Demiurge expelled them from Eden when he learned of this, and has since sought to keep the souls of mankind bound to the material world.

The concept of a Demiurge is that it is an artisan figure responsible for the fashioning and maintenance of the physical universe, but not the true creator deity. Though it is commonly depicted as willfully ignorant of the spiritual universe, the Demiurge itself and the material it uses to create and fashion the universe are considered uncreated and eternal or copies of the product of another being, depending on the system. In some of these systems, it and the rest of the material universe will be sent to Hell, where it will become the judge and torturer of the damned.

AppearancesEdit

ProfileEdit

Shin Megami Tensei: NINEEdit

Known as Yaldabaoth, it is the ruler of Idea Space and resides in Paradise. In every route he is the final boss. During the battle against him his body loses the gold plating as it is chipped away with damage, revealing his true black body. His body is eventually destroyed, with his head detaching from it before its destruction and continues the fight.

Shin Megami Tensei: Strange JourneyEdit

"An imperfect god of Gnosticism who created the material world.
According to Gnostics of the Roman Empire, the Demiurge proclaims himself as God; when Adam and Eve gain "knowledge," he cast them out in anger. The Demiurge wishes for the souls of humans to be trapped in the material world forever.
"
Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Compendium

Demiurge appears in the final EX Mission of Strange Journey, False God in Chains, as the game's Ultimate Boss. In this incarnation, he is a shard of the power of God, shattered from the whole after a battle with the Mothers of the Schwarzwelt, which resulted in Humanity opposing His will and making it harder for him to reassemble himself. Another fragment, a powerful angel, succeeded in convincing the Protagonist to kill Alilat, one of the wardens of the power, and open the sealed gate in the subterranean levels of Sector Grus to reach the immense monster holding the remains of the original power.

In the way to the hidden lair, a female voice will plead with the Protagonist to turn back. The voice will remain unheeded if one chooses to proceed to the final sanctum. Once both the Angel and the Protagonist reach Demiurge's lair, he will be invisible unless the Protagonist has acquired the final Enemy Search App from a rare forma in Sector Horologium. However, if the characteristics are met, Demiurge will appear, furious with the Angel and swatting him away, leaving only the Protagonist to confront the crazed monstrosity.

Demiurge does not only have the strongest elemental spells (Agi Gate, Bufu Gate, Zio Gate, and Garu Gate), but boasts Mahamaon, Mamudoon, Mother's Kiss, Dekunda, Heaven's Strike and Big Bang; additionally, it repels all attacks save for Almighty-type except a single type he is weak against (said type cycles through the battle), making him an extraordinarily difficult battle. In addition, he's fast and powerful enough to constantly evade most attacks and can even cast Diarama to give himself a hitpoint shield.

Following his destruction, he can be fused through Special Fusion by a combination of Metatron, Samael and Hachiman.

The female voice will speak once again as the Angel and the Demiurge's power are fusing, imploring the Protagonist to switch off his visor so she can seal off the two entities before they can successfully combine. This request can be indeed bidden, with the two being shut off in impotent rage as they are cut off from the Schwarzwelt.

However, if the Angel successfully absorbs the Demiurge's power, he gains the Demiurge's appearance and his name changes to "Refined Voice". Refined Voice warns that the true enemy is the spirit of Earth itself and, if the Protagonist fails to defeat it, he'll protect humanity himself as long as the souls of men are in tune with the Holy Spirit. If Law-aligned, the completed Demiurge will offer to join the Protagonist in his quest to destroy Mem Aleph and bring about the World of Law. The female voice will speak once again, lamenting that the destruction of the seal is a catastrophe, before becoming completely silent.

In either case, the Protagonist will be rewarded with the Chakra Elixir.

Shin Megami Tensei IVEdit

The Demiurge is the target of the Chaos-exclusive Challenge Quest The Voice of Arrogant "Evil" given by Lucifer. Lucifer describes him in the quest details as an entity that broke away from God to rule a silent world. He is fought at the Sky Tower's 2nd Observation Deck, where his presence is warping the space around him. The Demiurge emerges from his realm, knowing that he has been forced to materialize and that Lucifer had "beguiled" Flynn, who he calls one of his creations, into opposing him, and notes that the fallen angel still relies on "cheap tricks".

He declares that he shall bring the lightning of punishment down upon the symbols of evil, demons, and mankind, intending to slay Flynn for straying from the path of justice. At the beginning of the battle he states that his lightning will course through them until nothing is left but ash.

As the Demiurge is defeated, he says that as long as Flynn is a child of man, he will remain a prisoner both in body and spirit, so he should give up, become silent, and be cursed, crumbling afterwards. Lucifer appears after the battle and is impressed at how Flynn defeated him and that he is the only human to have ever been able to handle his requests, and that with the Demiurge's destruction, Flynn's spiritual powers should have risen notably. Lucifer informs Flynn that the Demiurge was merely a Godly Spirit as a small part of the creator and that the true enemy is far greater.

Shin Megami Tensei: Devil SummonerEdit

Seichii Yamashiro is the Demiurge's human guise, an influential senator of Hirasaka City and one of the main driving forces behind the city's redevelopment project. The project, supposedly in the name of progress and modernity, would destroy many shrines built around the city which had been used to seal Inaruna's wrathful spirit. Yamashiro works alongside Sid Davis to capture Kumiko Hatano, who would be a vessel for Inaruna. When confronted by the protagonist in the senate chamber, Sid escapes into the Fake Astral Plane with Kumiko and Yamashiro reveals his true form as the Demiurge and attempts to kill him. However, the Demiurge is defeated and Rei Reiho teleports the hero to the Fake Astral Plane using the same magic circle that Sid used.

Persona 5Edit

Yaldabaoth, the "God of Control", is a malevolent god made manifest from humanity's distorted desires of sloth, essentially serving as humanity's collective Treasure within the depths of Mementos. He imprisons Igor in Mementos and impersonates him since the beginning of the game. After being discovered, he then takes the role of the game's final boss. He is the Conductor of the Conspiracy to put Masayoshi Shido into political power, and sponsored the Phantom Thieves as a thought experiment and game to see if their salvation of the world as is or Goro Akechi's desire to destroy and recreate the world was stronger. His true nature is hinted at throughout the game by his colder attitude than the real Igor, his deeper and menacing voice, and his inability to perform Persona Fusions, relying on Caroline and Justine instead. Once he drops the act, he reveals himself to have a power-hungry, self-righteous personality with a tendency to toy with humanity out of sheer sadism. When Goro and later Shido are defeated, he decides that the world should be "saved", but due to his egotism believes salvation of the world is him taking control of existence and removing everyone with chaos in their hearts from it. He awakens his true body in the core of Mementos and merges Mementos with the physical world to act as his Palace, granting him the ability to transform his lies into truth, influencing the minds of people into despair and complacency, and wiping away the existence of his enemies, as said enemies have left the cognition of the general public-and thus the fused reality itself. Only the recreation of Lavenza from Caroline and Justine's fusion, and the subsequent reawakening of Igor, manages to derail his plan, as Igor reveals that those banished from cognition do not die, but are sealed in the Velvet Room until someone with a strong bond releases them from the prison Yaldabaoth turned it into.

He is described as being the manifestation of humanity's subconscious desire for order, warped to the point where he no longer cares for the human cost or morality of said order; in his view, humans are little more than livestock and lemmings for him to rule over and command due to their self-destructiveness and stupidity. He initially takes the form of the Holy Grail, which starts off as black before the flow of wishes for him to dominate the world revitalize him and turn the cup gold. After the flow is cut off and the Grail defeated, the cup merges with his arena to become a giant version of his Shadows, a robotic, faceless angel who can manifest a gun, a bell, a sword, and a book in each of his four arms. When in mortal form, he appears identical to Igor, but his eyes turn white and glow when he admits his true identity, and he is prone to far more mocking facial expressions. After his true name is revealed Yaldabaoth never has a dialogue portrait in any of his forms. At the end of his fight, it is revealed he had enough power to defeat the Phantom Thieves at any time with his Rays of Control, but kept fighting them out of arrogance. Only by the intervention of Yuuki Mishima convincing people to send their wishes to the Phantom Thieves instead cuts off his power flow and allows them to stand up to his unsealed power.

Yaldabaoth harnesses the power of the deadly sins as proof of man's self-destructive nature during his boss fight. Satanael finishes him using a bullet harnessing the seven sins he condemns yet practices himself, putting a massive hole through his head. Shocked at the fact that he was beaten by a power that exceeded his own, Yaldabaoth realizes the true strength of the Trickster and ruefully acknowledges Igor's beliefs as he dissolves back into the original, mindless form of the Grail.

StrategyEdit

Shin Megami Tensei: Strange JourneyEdit

(to be written)

Persona 5Edit

This fight follows immediately after defeating the Holy Grail. The party will not regain any HP or SP from the previous fight and since none of the player's consumables will transfer over to New Game Plus, it is recommended to use up as much of them now to ensure that the player gets the most out of them.

Yaldabaoth, does nothing remarkable at first, using only Arrow of Light to damage the party. Once he has lost enough HP, he begins drawing upon the powers of the deadly sins, bringing forth arms holding various tools. Each arm has its own action and can be targeted and destroyed. Whenever a pair of arms are destroyed, he moves on to summon the next ones. The special ailments inflicted by the arms are incurable, unless a party member uses Wake-Up Slap, or the player must wait out their duration.

The Gun of Execution repels Gun and Wind attacks and uses Distorted Lust, which deals damage to an ally inflicts Lust on them. Lust causes that character to give up their turn of action. The Bell of Declaration repels Fire and Psychokinesis attacks and uses Distorted Vanity which afflicts the same condition as in the Shadow Madarame fight, making that character weak to all forms of damage. The Sword of Conviction repels Electricity and Physical and uses Distorted Gluttony, increasing HP and SP cost for all Persona skills until Yaldabaoth's next turn. The Book of Commandments repels Ice and Nuclear attacks and can inflict Wrath, causing them to have a sharp rise in Attack but also a sharp drop in Defense.

After the player has fought through all four arms, he begins reviving the defeated ones, and they gain new skills. The Gun of Execution now uses Distorted Avarice which inflicts Hunger. The Bell of Declaration now uses Distorted Envy which inflicts Envy. An ally afflicted with Envy may attack a party member after they do an Supportive action to another ally other than the Envied character. The Book of Commandments uses Distorted Pride which completely reflects all attacks until Yaldabaoth's next turn. The Sword of Conviction does not gain anything new. At this point, using skills that hit multiple enemies would be advisable to dispose of the arms quickly. If any of your magic-based party members have their Ultimate Persona, it would be safe to do so using them, as they are immune to their own element and thus there is no penalty for getting their attack reflected.

Once Yaldabaoth falls below a third of his remaining health, he fully restores all four of his arms and uses Divine Apex which serves as a warning that he will be unleashing Rays of Control. This deals colossal Almighty damage to the part, but takes two turns to charge. The player has two options: either quickly defeat Yaldabaoth or destroy as many of the arms as possible within those two turns to reduce the strength of Rays of Control. Yaldabaoth will use this move multiple times, but the same strategy applies.

StatsEdit

Shin Megami Tensei: Strange JourneyEdit

Race Alignment Level HP MP
Strength 66
Magic 64
Vitality 59
Agility 60
Luck 53
Vile Dark-Law 94 766
423
Attack Type Physical Gun Fire Ice Electricity Wind Expel Curse Almighty
Single Foe/1/Physical/None - - Strong Strong Strong Strong Null Null -
Poison Paralyze Stone Strain Sleep Charm Mute Fear Bomb Rage
50% 50% 50% 50% 50% 50% 50% 50% 50% -
Natural Skills
Jihad Luster Candy Victory Cry
D-Source Skills
Repel Phys Jihad Gun Amp
Password
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Race Alignment Level HP MP
Strength 75
Magic 75
Vitality 75
Agility 75
Luck 75
Vile Dark-Law 99 20,000
Attack Type Physical Gun Fire Ice Electricity Wind Expel Curse Almighty
- Changes Changes Changes Changes Changes Changes Null Null -
Poison Paralyze Stone Strain Sleep Charm Mute Fear Bomb Rage
- - - - - - - - - -
List of Skills
Mahamaon Mamudoon Dekunda
Diarama Big Bang Agi Gate
Bufu Gate Zio Gate Garu Gate
Luster Candy Disaster Cycle Jihad

Shin Megami Tensei IVEdit

Race Level HP MP
Strength 101
Dexterity 101
Magic 101
Agility 101
Luck 101
Vile 95 735 329
Physical Phys Gun Gun Fire Fire Ice Ice Electricity Elec Force Force Light Light Dark Dark
- - Resist Resist Resist Resist Null Null
Ailment Resistance -
Normal Attack Phys x1 hits, 1 enemy
Related quest The Voice of Arrogant "Evil" (Chaos)
Special fusion Herald Metatron x Deity Hachiman x Fallen Samael
List of Skills
Skill Cost Effect Level
Antichthon 80 MP Severe almighty damage and Debilitate to all foes. Innate
Thunder Reign 22 MP Severe elec damage to all foes. Innate
Debilitate 50 MP Debuffs all foes' attack, defense and agility by 1 level. Innate
Judgement Light 45 MP 80% instantly kills all foes. Light-type. 96
Null Mind Auto Immunity against sleep and panic. 97


Shin Megami Tensei IV: ApocalypseEdit

Race Level HP MP
Strength 116
Dexterity 98
Magic 116
Agility 110
Luck 82
Vile 95 748 320
Physical Phys Gun Gun Fire Fire Ice Ice Electricity Elec Force Force Light Light Dark Dark
- - Resist Resist Resist Resist - Drain
Ailment Resistance None
Normal Attack Phys x1 hit, 1 enemy
Skill Affinities Almighty Almighty +4 · Fire Fire +3 · Ice Ice +3 · Electricity Electricity +3 · Force Force +3 · Dark Dark +3 ·
Ailment Ailment +2 · Physical Physical -3 · Gun Gun -3 · Light Light -3 · Healing Healing -3
List of Skills
Skill Cost Effect Level
Antichthon 110 MP Severe almighty damage to all foes. Smirk +Debilitate Innate
Concentrate 11 MP Multiplies user's next magical damage by 2.5. Innate
Chakra Walk Auto Recovers MP gradually while moving. Inactive while in stock. 96
Null Mind Auto Immunity against sleep, panic, charm and mute. 97
Drain Light Auto Absorbs light damage. 98

Race Level HP MP
Strength 119
Dexterity 101
Magic 119
Agility 113
Luck 85
Vile 98 769 329
Physical Phys Gun Gun Fire Fire Ice Ice Electricity Elec Force Force Light Light Dark Dark
- - Resist Resist Resist Resist - Drain
Ailment Resistance None
Normal Attack Phys x1 hit, 1 enemy
Skill Affinities Almighty Almighty +4 · Fire Fire +3 · Ice Ice +3 · Electricity Electricity +3 · Force Force +3 · Dark Dark +3 ·
Ailment Ailment +2 · Physical Physical -3 · Gun Gun -3 · Light Light -3 · Healing Healing -3
List of Skills
Skill Cost Effect Level
Antichthon 110 MP Severe almighty damage to all foes. Smirk +Debilitate Innate
Concentrate 11 MP Multiplies user's next magical damage by 2.5. Innate
Trisagion 40 MP Severe fire damage to one foe. Smirk +Fire Pierce Innate
Ice Age 40 MP Severe ice damage to one foe. Smirk +Ice Pierce Innate
Thunder Gods 40 MP Severe elec damage to one foe. Smirk +Elec Pierce Innate
Deadly Wind 40 MP Severe force damage to one foe. Smirk +Force Pierce Innate
Null Mind Auto Immunity against sleep, panic, charm and mute. Innate
Drain Light Auto Absorbs light damage. Innate

Shin Megami Tensei: Devil SummonerEdit

Demiurge SMTDS
Race Level HP MP St In Ma Ag Lu
Tyrant 70 3500 735 22 19 22 17 14
CP NOA P.ATK P.HIT B.DEF AVD M.ATK M.DEF
- 4-6 184 130 168 129 53 66
List of Skills
Megidola Tetrakarn Dekunda
Absolute Zero Petra-Eye Death Ring


Card SummonerEdit

Demiurge Card
Race Level HP MP St En Ma Ag
Tyrant 80 870 320 15 20 20 15
List of Skills
Megidolaon Armageddon Bufudyne


Persona 5Edit

Level HP SP
Strength 28
Magic 90
Endurance 46
Agility 72
Luck 41
75 15000
999
Phys Gun Fire Ice Elec Wind Psy Nucl Bless Curse Almi
- - - - - - - - - - -
EXP Yen Material Drop Skill Card
- - - -
List of Skills
Skill Effect
Arrow of Light Heavy Almighty damage to 1 foe.
Manifest Gun Summon Gun of Execution. Summonable begins with 50% HP on revival.
Manifest Bell Summon Bell of Declaration. Summonable begins with 50% HP on revival.
Manifest Sword Summon Sword of Conviction. Summonable begins with 50% HP on revival.
Manifest Book Summon Book of Commandments. Summonable begins with 50% HP on revival.
Dekaja Negate all buff effects of all foes.
Dekunda Negate all debuff effects of party.
Divine Apex Charge for Rays of Control.
Rays of Control Colossal Almighty damage to all foes after
preparing with Divine Apex and charging for 2 turns.

Level HP SP
Strength 70
Magic 27
Endurance 32
Agility 72
Luck 40
75 1500
200
Phys Gun Fire Ice Elec Wind Psy Nucl Bless Curse Almi
- Rp - - - Rp - - - - -
EXP Yen Material Drop Skill Card
- - - -
List of Skills
Skill Effect
Distorted Lust Inflict Lust to 1 foe for 1 turn. Lust unit may lose a turn.
Distorted Avarice Damage and inflict Hunger to one target for one turn.
Capital Punishment Damage to 1 foe.
Shoot Up Triple-target ranged attack.

Level HP SP
Strength 28
Magic 70
Endurance 32
Agility 72
Luck 38
75 1500
200
Phys Gun Fire Ice Elec Wind Psy Nucl Bless Curse Almi
- - Rp - - - Rp - - - -
EXP Yen Material Drop Skill Card
- - - -
List of Skills
Skill Effect
Distorted Vanity Inflict weakness to all affinities to 1 foe for 1 turn.
Distorted Envy Inflict Jealousy to 1 foe for 1 turn.
Jealous unit attacks ally for assisting another ally.
Gospel Damage to 1 foe.
Frail Law Defense down for your whole party.
Tough Law Defense up for Yaldabaoth and his summonings.

Level HP SP
Strength 70
Magic 27
Endurance 32
Agility 72
Luck 40
75 1500
200
Phys Gun Fire Ice Elec Wind Psy Nucl Bless Curse Almi
Rp - - - Rp - - - - - -
EXP Yen Material Drop Skill Card
- - - -
List of Skills
Skill Effect
Distorted Gluttony Doubles the cost of using skills.
Sword of Judgment Damage to all foes.
Wind Cutter Damage to 1 foe.

Level HP SP
Strength 28
Magic 70
Endurance 32
Agility 72
Luck 38
75 1500
200
Phys Gun Fire Ice Elec Wind Psy Nucl Bless Curse Almi
- - - Rp - - - Rp - - -
EXP Yen Material Drop Skill Card
- - - -
List of Skills
Skill Effect
Distorted Wrath Inflict Wrath to 1 foe for 1 turn. Boost attack power but reduce defense.
Distorted Pride Enter counter mode for 1 turn.
Wrath of God Damage to 1 foe.
Divine Punishment Counterattack with SP damage if attacked after preparing with Distorted Pride.
Agidyne Heavy Fire damage to 1 foe. Rare chance of Burn.
Bufudyne Heavy Ice damage to 1 foe. Rare chance of Freeze.

QuotesEdit

  • "No tolerance. No mercy."
  • "Rebels who dare defy my rule... You shall perish."
  • "Perish!"
  • "Bow down!"
  • "Stop, you fools!"
  • "I release upon you the deadly sin of lust. You have no means of escape, humans. The insanity of mankind shall bring forth the demise..."
  • "This is your punishment".
  • "I release upon you the deadly sin of vanity. You have no means of escape, humans. The fraudulence of mankind shall bring forth ruin..."
  • "Death shall grace you..."
  • "I release upon you the deadly sin of gluttony. You have no means of escape, humans. The selfishness of mankind shall bring forth ruin..."
  • "I release upon you the deadly sin of wrath. You have no means of escape, humans. The passion of mankind shall bring forth ruin..."
  • "I sentence you!"
  • "I release upon you the deadly sin of greed. You have no means of escape, humans. The fixation of mankind shall bring forth ruin..."
  • "I release upon you the deadly sin of envy. You have no means of escape, humans. The resentment of mankind shall bring forth ruin..."
  • "I release upon you the deadly sin of pride. You have no means of escape, humans. The ingratitude of mankind shall bring forth ruin..."
  • "The abyss of the unconscious yearns for ultimate ruin... You have no means of escape, humans. Punishment shall strike you all... As you pass through the gates of destruction..."
  • "So... this is the power who resist ruin... My control shall not bow down to ruin. My control is the ultimate truth of this world."

GalleryEdit

 
Yaldabaoth
Yaldabaoth as seen in Shin Megami Tensei: NINE
 
Demiurge
Demiurge as he appears in Shin Megami Tensei Strange Journey
 
P5 Fake Igor
Yaldabaoth disguised as Igor
 
Yaldabaoth without weapons P5
True Form of Yaldabaoth in Persona 5
 
Yaldabaoth P5
Yaldabaoth as he fights the Phantom Thieves in Persona 5
 
P5 Satanael
Yaldabaoth and Satanael
 
Yaldabaoth Concept Art P5
Persona 5 concept art
 
Yaldabaoth & Weapons Concept Art P5
Persona 5 concept art

TriviaEdit

  • In Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner and Persona 5, the Demiurge doesn't seem to have any connection to YHVH or his forces.
    • Although not connected to the YHVH who appears in the mainline series, Yaldabaoth represents the role of Law and the idea of YHVH in Persona 5, with the forces of Law like the four Archangels appearing as his heralds.
  • Yaldabaoth's "game" to decide whether or not humanity yearns for destruction and rebirth or to change via "rehabilitation" is similar to the game between Philemon and Nyarlathotep.
    • Philemon and Nyarlathotep's game was to probe the human mind, and decide if humanity could progress or be its own destruction.
    • Similar to how Philemon employed Persona-users who could prove humanity's potential and Nyarlathotep for individuals who used their power for self-gain, Yaldabaoth employed the protagonist, who wanted to change the world via "rehabilitation" in contrast to Goro, who wanted to "destroy the world and remake it anew."
  • The mechanical composition of both of his true forms in Persona 5 and using a book as one of his weapons may be a reference to Urizen, a character in William Blake's poetry who embodies dogmatic thought and logic as a tool of constraint as well as reason. Urizen is said to have defined the natural laws of the universe and is a patron of the sciences but at the same time said laws limit the universe and he dislikes individuality and imagination, which he cannot easily quantify. He is often described as wielding a codex of laws.
  • Yaldabaoth is the first antagonist to directly confront, capture, and imprison Igor to control both the Velvet Room and the attendants.

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