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FFIX Confusion

Vivi under Confusion in Final Fantasy IX.

Confuse (こんらん, Konran?), also known as Confusion or Conf, is a common status ailment in the Final Fantasy series. Players lose control of party members inflicted by Confuse. Although the actions that confused units take vary between games, the most is that they attack allies at random (including themselves) with physical attacks, although in some games they may attack both allies and enemies indiscriminately, and in others they choose a random ability at their disposal on a random target.

Confuse affects enemies to the same extent; instead of following its AI script as normal, it will instead use its designated "berserk" attack on a random target. In some cases, inflicting Confuse on enemies is the only way for the party to learn certain Blue Magic spells, such as White Wind, forcing enemies to use abilities they would otherwise never use on the player party.

Confusion can usually be canceled by hitting the confused character with an attack (a mage can be used due to their weak physical attack). The status is often caused by the spell Confuse and the enemy ability Entice, among others.

The visual manifestation of characters afflicted with Confusion differs between games, but most commonly they gain a curved line or star spiraling above their heads, turn around to face the opposite direction, or their model spinning or running on the spot.

AppearancesEdit

Final FantasyEdit

I Confusion causes the afflicted unit to attack their allies or itself. Confused units face the opposite direction to their allies. While physically attacking the unit will not cure it of Confusion, there is a chance of recovery at the end of each round and it does not last after battle. At the start of each turn, there is a 25% chance that a confused character will automatically recover.

Final Fantasy IIEdit

II Units afflicted with Confuse appear to run on the spot and cannot be controlled by the player, attacking their allies at random. While physically attacking them does not cure them, there is a chance of recovery at the end of each turn, and it does not last after battle. It can be cured with Basuna at level 6 or higher. In the NES version, confusion doesn't take effect until the next turn, meaning that afflicted units can still get an attack in.

When the Confuse status is inflicted on enemies in the NES version, they retain the ability to use spells, unlike player characters. The spells are always targeted on a single unit on their side, even if it would normally be group-cast. Despite this, confusion is effective on enemies that inflict status effects often, especially if they use Instant Death or petrification attacks.

Final Fantasy IIIEdit

III

FFIII Confuse Status

Confusion can be afflicted via the White Magic spell Confuse or the enemy ability Glare, or through the physical attacks of the enemies Nightmare, Pharaoh, Garm, and Scylla.

Final Fantasy IVEdit

IV

FFIVDS Confuse Status Icon

Confuse makes a unit fight former allies. Confused party members break rank to face the party, and will always use their last given command, but instead on the opposite party. An afflicted party member may randomly attack or use a random White Magic or Black Magic spell, targeting allies instead of enemies, and vice versa. A spell caster may also cast Warp, Smoke, or Teleport, ending the fight. In the Advance release, confused targets will never cast Meteor or Holy, and Quake is bugged and still hits enemies.

Monsters follow a special "confused" AI script that usually, but not always, involves attacking the monsters. The status wears off after combat or when hit physically.

In the 2D versions, Edward's Bardsong has a random chance of inflicting Confuse on enemies. In the 3D versions, the Alluring Air song inflicts Confuse on opponents.

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude-Edit

FFIV-I- The Confuse status returns as a status effect and functions the same way.

Final Fantasy IV: The After YearsEdit

FFIVTAY Edward can inflict Confusion on opponents by his Alluring Air song, performed randomly from his Bardsong command when targeting enemies.

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Final Fantasy VEdit

V Confusion causes an ally to face the party and attack them randomly. Various attacks may inflict the status Confusion, also known in the SNES as Charm and Muddle in the PS version. This include the Level 3 White Magic Confuse, the Bard's Alluring Air, the Cannoneer's Chaos Shot, the Chemist's Lamia's Kiss and the Dancer's Tempting Tango. Enemy attacks include Confuse Powder, Entice, Knock Silly, Rocket Punch and Crush.

The Samurai's Mineuchi command can be used to substitute for the regular Fight command, but it doesn't remove the Confusion status from the target, like a normal attack would.

Final Fantasy VIEdit

VI Confused party members spin in place with a green crescent whirling above the head, while monster sprites are flipped. The affected acts at random with inverted targeting (i.e, attacks allies and heals enemies). Commands that will never be used while under Confuse are Item, Revert, Defend, Summon, Leap, Possess, Throw, Control, and Slot. Any commands entered but not executed before the status occurs will continue normally, but with reversed targeting.

Confused monsters use the command list that appears when Relm Controls them, which frequently includes abilities not in their normal action script. Enemies and bosses have a Control menu with a least one option out of four abilities regardless of being immune to the command. If the confused target doesn't have any abilities in this menu, the enemy attacks the party with a blank attack that will always miss. The effects are similar to the blank special attack bug.

The status increases the attacker's hit rate on the affected target by 25%, apart from game versions affected by the evade bug. In some versions, confusing Sabin before he uses his Chakra Blitz leads to a Mantra glitch. Confusion status also prevents the user from activating a Desperation Attack.

Game Element Type Effect
Confuse Magic Inflicts Confuse.
Lv 3 Confuse Lore Inflicts Confuse on enemies whose levels are a multiple of 3.
Bad Breath Lore Inflicts Confuse as well as other statuses to all enemies.
Stone Lore Inflicts non-elemental damage and Confuse to one or all enemies.
Apparition Dance Inflicts Confuse.
Confuser Magitek Inflicts Confuse on all enemies.
Noiseblaster Tools Inflicts Confuse on all enemies.
Cait Sith Summon Cat Rain - Inflicts Confuse on all enemies.
Disaster Enemy Attack Inflicts Confuse as well as other statuses to the party.
Diabolic Whistle Enemy Attack Inflicts Confuse as well as other statuses to the party.
Mind Blast Enemy Attack Inflicts Confuse as well as other statuses to the party.
Confusion Enemy Attack (Dummied) Inflicts Confusion on all targets.
Vanish Enemy Attack (Dummied) Inflicts Confuse as well as a myriad of other statuses on the caster.
Peace Ring Relic Prevents Confuse and Berserk.

Final Fantasy VIIEdit

VII The afflicted player character loses control and will randomly attack allies, but will always carry out the last command the player input; however, if possible, it will be against the player party. For example, if someone was about to use a Potion, they may end up using it on an enemy. Confused enemies will continue to use their AI script, but with the definition of allies and enemies reversed. Using this trick, the player can inflict Sadness and Fury on enemies via the Tranquilizer and Hyper items respectively. Fury can be useful, as it decreases the enemy's hit%, which can not be done with Darkness due to the way that status is programmed.

Game Element Type Effect
Confu Magic Inflicts Confuse.
Bad Breath Enemy Skill Inflicts Confuse as well as other statuses to all enemies.
Abnormal Breath Enemy Attack Inflicts Confuse. Unknown 2's attack.
Bewildered Enemy Attack Inflicts Confuse.
Bite Enemy Attack Bandersnatch's attack. Inflicts non-elemental damage and Confuse.
Confu Missile Enemy Attack Inflicts moderate non-elemental damage and Confuse.
Confu Scales Enemy Attack Inflicts non-elemental damage and Confuse.
Fascination Enemy Attack Inflicts Confuse.
Flying Muddle Enemy Attack Inflicts non-elemental damage and Confuse. Is never used.
Flying Zip Confuse Enemy Attack Inflicts non-elemental damage and Confuse. Is never used.
Funny Breath Enemy Attack Inflicts Confuse on the party.
L2 Confu Enemy Attack Inflicts Confuse if the target's level is a multiple of 2.
Muyddle Mallet Enemy Attack Inflicts non-elemental damage and Confuse.
Neo Turk Light Enemy Attack Inflicts Confuse.
Ruby Ray Enemy Attack Inflicts extreme non-elemental damage and Confuse.
Supernova Enemy Attack Reduces HP by 15/16 and inflicts Confuse, Silence, and Slow to the party.
Uppercut Enemy Attack Crazy Saw's attack. Inflicts moderate non-elemental damage and Confuse.
Zip Confu Enemy Attack Inflicts non-elemental damage and Confuse. Is never used.
Loco weed Item Inflicts Confuse on all enemies.
Peace Ring Accessory Protects against Confuse among other statuses (although it doesn't say so in the accessory description for the North American version).
Ribbon Accessory Protects against Confuse as well as all other statuses.

Final Fantasy VIIIEdit

VIII

FFVIII Confuse Symbol

Confusion is inflicted by the spell with the same name. Confused targets spin around in place and attack targets randomly. The victims will make unusual battle choices, including casting spells from their stock and using items indiscriminately on friends or foes.

Game Element Type Effect
Confuse Magic Inflicts Confusion.
Bad Breath Blue Magic Inflicts Confusion as well as a myriad of other statuses to all opponents.
Doomtrain Guardian Force Inflicts Confusion as well as a myriad of other statuses to all opponents.

The actions that take place are determined as follows:

  • Step 1:
Randomly select one of the four commands a character has. If selected command is not "Attack", "Mug", "Magic" or "Item", the selection defaults to "Attack"/"Mug".
  • Step 2:
If either "Magic" or "Item" are selected, the game randomly selects a spell/item from the list of available spells/items.
  • Step 3:
The game decides which target group (allies or enemies) should be selected with both groups having a 50% chance.
  • Step 4:
A random target from the target group is selected if the attack is single-target.

Final Fantasy IXEdit

IX

FFIX Confuse Symbol

Targets afflicted by Confusion spin and attack friends or foes randomly. Characters can prevent it by equipping the Clear Headed ability.

Game Element Type Effect
Confuse White Magic Inflicts Confuse.
Bad Breath Blue Magic Inflicts Confuse, Poison, Slow, Mini, and Blind.
Curse Enemy attack used by Ozma and Hades Inflicts extreme non-elemental damage as well as Confuse, Poison, Slow, Mini, and Blind to the party.
Entice Enemy attack used by Lamia. Inflicts Confuse.
Propeller Wind Enemy attack used by Ark. Inflicts Confuse on the party.
Angel Bless Weapon Has Confuse as an Add Status.
Cypress Pile Weapon Has Confuse as an Add Status.
Kain's Lance Weapon Has Confuse as an Add Status.
Clear Headed Auto-Ability Prevents Confusion.

Final Fantasy XEdit

X Confused units have two spinning stars over their head. The victim will attack allies at random.

The player cannot inflict the status on enemies. Kimahri has some Ronso Rage abilities that when used by enemies inflict the status, but cannot inflict it when he uses it.

Game Element Type Effect
Bad Breath Enemy attack Inflicts Confuse as well as other statuses to all enemies.
Confuse Enemy magic Inflicts Confuse.
Bewitching Stab Enemy attack Inflicts non-elemental damage and Confuse.
Chaos Enemy attack Inflicts Confuse, Curse, and Doom.
Confuse Glare Enemy attack Inflicts non-elemental damage and Confuse.
Contamination Enemy attack Inflicts Confuse and other statuses.
Fangs of Chaos Enemy attack Reduces HP by 15/16 and inflicts Confuse.
Heavenly Strike Enemy attack Inflicts non-elemental damage as well as Confuse, Death, and Power Break.
Megaton Enemy attack Inflicts non-elemental damage and Confuse.
Mind Blast Enemy attack Inflicts non-elemental damage and Confuse on the party.
Ochu Dance Enemy attack Inflicts Confuse as well as other statuses to the party.
Photon Wings Enemy attack Inflicts non-elemental damage as well as Confuse and other statuses to the party.
Poison Mist Enemy attack Inflicts non-elemental damage as well as Poison and Confuse to the party.
Putrid Breath Enemy attack Inflicts non-elemental damage as well as Confuse and a myriad of other statuses to the party.
Rainbow Enemy attack Inflicts non-elemental damage as well as Confuse and other statuses to the party.
Shockwave Enemy attack Inflicts non-elemental damage and Confuse as well as a myriad of other statuses to party.
Shremedy Enemy attack Inflicts Confuse.
Seed Burst Enemy attack Inflicts non-elemental damage and Confuse.
Stare Enemy attack Inflicts non-elemental damage and Confuse.
Toxic Cloud Enemy attack Inflicts non-elemental damage as well as Confuse, Poison, and Curse on the party.
Confuse Ward Auto-ability 50% chance of preventing Confuse.
Confuseproof Auto-ability Prevents Confuse.

Final Fantasy X-2Edit

X-2

FFX-2 Confuse Icon

Confused characters appear with two spinning stars above their head and will attack random targets.

Game Element Type Effect
Confuse Arcana spell Inflicts Confusion.
Tantalize Lady Luck Command Inflicts Confusion on all enemies.
Panic Floralysis Floral Fallal Inflicts physical damage and Confusion on all enemies.
Confuse Missile Machina Maw Inflicts non-elemental damage and Confusion.
Crazy Wing Full Throttle Inflicts non-elemental magic damage and Confusion.
Fright Full Throttle Inflicts non-elemental damage, Confusion, and delays enemy's attack.
Spinner Festivalist Inflicts Confusion and physical damage to one enemy as well as ignoring Protect.
Brainstorm Psychic Inflicts Confusion and Silence on all enemies.
Confuseproof Auto-Ability Prevents Confusion.
Bloody Breath Enemy Ability Moderate non-elemental damage as well as Poison, Darkness, Silence, and Confusion.
Confuse Enemy Ability Inflicts Confusion.
Futile Resistance Enemy Ability Minor non-elemental damage and Silence, Confusion, Darkness, and Poison.
Karma Enemy Ability Inflicts damage equal to 1/2 of remaining HP and MP and inflicts Petrify, Confusion, and Poison.
Muddle Wing Enemy Ability Moderate non-elemental damage and Confusion.
Ochu Jiggle Enemy Ability Damages party by 1/8 of max HP and inflicts Confusion.
Pernicious Powder Enemy Ability Inflicts Petrify, Sleep, Darkness, Silence, Poison, Confusion, Itchy, Berserk, and Stop as well as reducing Magic and Strength levels by 10 on the party.
Radular Grudge Enemy Ability Minor non-elemental damage as well as Poison, Silence, Darkness, and Confusion.
Really Bad Breath Enemy Ability Inflicts Poison, Darkness, Silence, Confusion, Berserk, Slow, and Curse to the party.

Final Fantasy X-2: Last MissionEdit

X-2LM Confusion makes the character take unpredictable actions: she will use, throw or put down items and perform abilities randomly. It is possible for the character to throw or put down an equipped dressphere. Some fiends inflict the status with their regular attacks. The auto-ability Confuseproof makes the character immune to the status.

Final Fantasy XIEdit

XI

FF11 Confuse

Confuse spell effect.

Confusion may have been planned to be have implemented at one time in Final Fantasy XI, as some unused content related to the status can be found in the game's data files. There is animation for a Confuse spell, as well as both a spell list entry and a status effect for the Moogle Rhapsody song, the description of which says that it protects against confusion.

Final Fantasy XIIEdit

XII

FFXII Confuse Icon
The character cannot tell friend from foe and cannot take commands. Remove with Smelling Salts.
—Description

Characters afflicted with Confuse randomly target members of the party. Confuse may also be inflicted by the trap Befuddlement. The weapon Chaos Mace can inflict Confusion to an enemy. Confused characters cannot act as a party leader or perform Quickenings.

Confusion is removed by being attacked physically, the spells Esuna and Esunaga, and the items Smelling Salts and Remedy (Remedy requires the purchasing of Remedy Lore 2.) The accessories Bowline Sash and Ribbon make the user immune to Confuse.

There exists a glitch where if an Etém is afflicted with both Disable and Confuse, it will continuously teleport without pause. They cannot be killed, cannot be dispelled, and the status effects will not wear out, as they are paused while the enemy is teleporting.

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant WingsEdit

FFXIIRW

RW Confusion Status Symbol

The predominant spell that inflicts confuse is the Lamia's Entice ability. Unlike previous games, Confusion cannot be canceled by attacking the unit afflicted with it.

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIIIEdit

LR

Confused-lrffxiii-icon
Makes the target unable to distinguish friend from foe.
—Description.

Confused is a stagger-inflicted status ailment, which makes the target enemy unable to differentiate ally from foe. It can be inflicted only on Personal Guard and Cathedral Sentry units.

Final Fantasy XIVEdit

XIV Confusion is a status effect that only appears in certain dungeons, raids, and trials. Players suffering from the effect will lose control of their character as they use their auto attack on the closest party member. Confused players will have a significant boost in their attack power until the effect ends. The "Battle on the Big Bridge" trial is the only instance where Confusion can be removed by restoring the affected player's HP to maximum while all other instances of Confusion in other areas cannot be removed by the player. The Zombie status, which is used in the second boss fight in the Weeping City of Mhach raid, follows the same effect as Confusion.

Final Fantasy TacticsEdit

FFT

FFT Confusion Status Symbol

Confused characters are shown randomly flailing their arms. They will take random actions, some of which make no sense (such as commence an action on an empty space); there are cases where these random acts come at a player's chagrin (like a Ninja's Throw Knight Sword command or a Chemist throwing away an Elixir).

Evasion percentages of targets attacked by a Confused unit will be doubled. Confusion also prevents the use of reaction abilities and special effect-generating move abilities like Move-HP Up and Move-Get Exp. Confusion will be cancelled if the afflicted character takes damage.

This status can be inflicted by Spellblade abilities of Templar of the same name or Mystic's Delirium.

Final Fantasy Tactics AdvanceEdit

TA

FFTA Confuse Status Symbol

Confused units are denoted by a question mark inside a speech bubble above their head. They attack both friend and foe alike and choose abilities at random, except abilities that would break any laws. Confusion reduces a unit's Evade by 10.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the RiftEdit

TA2 Confused units flash purple. They attack both friend and foe alike and choose abilities at random, even if this will break the Law. Confused units may also sometimes just move into a corner and face it, leaving their backs open to attack. Other times confused units simply move in a seemingly random manner and take no action.

Final Fantasy Tactics SEdit

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Final Fantasy Mystic QuestEdit

FFMQ

FFMQ Confusion Icon

Confused party members will have question marks pop up around their heads. The victim will attack allies and enemies alike, attacking physically or casting spells at random. A character can be released from it when enough time has pass, and it can also be removed with either a Heal Potion or the Heal spell.

Game Element Type Effect
Heal White Magic Can inflict Poison, Confusion, Sleep, Paralyze, or Petrify on a single enemy.
Charm Claw Weapon Can inflict Poison, Paralyze, Sleep, Confusion, and Blind.
Dragon Claw Weapon Can inflict Poison, Paralyze, Sleep, Confusion, Blind, Stone, and Silence.
Confu-Touch Enemy Attack Inflicts Confusion.
Gaze Enemy Attack Inflicts Confusion.
Riddle Enemy Attack Inflicts Confusion.
Screech Voice Enemy Attack Non-elemental attack and inflict Confusion.
Silver Web Enemy Attack Non-elemental attack and can inflict Poison and Confusion.
Sonic Boom Enemy Attack Non-elemental attack that can inflicts Confusion.
Spooky Laugh Enemy Attack Inflicts Confusion.
Stare Enemy Attack Inflicts Confusion.

The Final Fantasy LegendEdit

FFL In Conf status, a unit will not accept commands and may randomly attack without distinguishing ally from enemy, or it may do nothing at all. Will revert to normal if struck by a physical attack, or at random.

Game Element Type Effect
Tempter Weapon Inflicts Conf to an enemy group.
King Armor Grants resistance to FFL Strength IconFire, FFL Strength IconIce, FFL Strength IconElec, FFL Strength IconPoison, FFL Strength IconStone, FFL Strength IconPara, FFL Strength IconWeapon, and FFL Strength IconQuake.
Arthur Armor Grants resistance to FFL Strength IconStone and FFL Strength IconPara.
Dragon Helmet Grants resistance to FFL Strength IconStone, FFL Strength IconPara, FFL Strength IconWeapon, and FFL Strength IconQuake.
Band Helmet Grants resistance to FFL Strength IconFire, FFL Strength IconIce, FFL Strength IconElec, FFL Strength IconPoison, FFL Strength IconStone, FFL Strength IconPara, FFL Strength IconWeapon, and FFL Strength IconQuake.
Aezis Shield Grants the party FFL Strength IconStone, FFL Strength IconPara, FFL Strength IconWeapon, and FFL Strength IconQuake resistance with 100% success.
King Shield Grants the party FFL Strength IconIce, FFL Strength IconStone, FFL Strength IconPara resistance with 255% success.
Staff Item Inflicts Conf to one enemy.
Repent Enemy Ability Inflicts Conf on all enemies, unblockable.
Sing Enemy Ability Inflicts Conf on all enemies, unblockable.
Hypnos Enemy Ability Inflicts Conf on enemy group.
FFL Strength IconAll Enemy Ability Resists Fire, Ice, Elec, Pois, Ston, Para, Weapon, and Quake.
FFL Strength IconChange Enemy Ability Resists Ston, Para, and Weapon.
FFL Strength IconPar/Wp Enemy Ability Resists Para and Weapon.
FFL Strength IconPara Enemy Ability Resists Dead, Blin, Slep, Conf, Curs, and Para.

Final Fantasy Legend IIEdit

FFL2 A unit that is confused will take random take actions that will either target the enemy, ally, or will do nothing in battle.

Game Element Type Effect
Temptat Weapon Inflicts Conf.
Charm Enemy Ability Inflicts Conf; one group.
Hypnos Enemy Ability Inflicts Conf; one group.
MadSong Enemy Ability Inflicts Conf all enemies.
Riddle Enemy Ability Inflicts Conf all enemies.

Final Fantasy Legend IIIEdit

FFL3 The confused target will takes random actions against random targets which includes allies and foes. It can be removed by Heal, Confu, Cycle, Calm, and Elixir.

Game Element Type Effect Description
Confu White Magic Can inflict Conf. Can inflict Conf or cure Conf.
Cycle Lost Magic Can inflict Petri and Conf. Can inflicts Petri and Conf.
Sneer Enemy Ability Can inflict Conf. Attacks one enemy.
Scream Enemy Ability Can inflict Conf Attacks one enemy.
Dk-Virus Enemy Ability Can inflict Mute, Pois, Para, Conf, Sleep, and Petri. Inflicts two random statuses on all enemies at 100%.
Riddle Enemy Ability Inflicts Conf. Confuses one enemy.
Charm Enemy Ability Inflicts Conf. Confuses one enemy.

Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of LightEdit

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Bravely DefaultEdit

BD Confuse causes the target to attack or use magic on random targets and may even attempt to escape from the battle. Confuse can be cured by Esuna magic, or Remedy item.

Final Fantasy DimensionsEdit

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Dissidia Final Fantasy (2015)Edit

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Final Fantasy Artniks DiveEdit

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Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

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Final Fantasy ExplorersEdit

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Final Fantasy Brave ExviusEdit

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World of Final FantasyEdit

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Chocobo no Fushigi na DungeonEdit

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Chocobo's Dungeon 2Edit

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Other appearancesEdit

Kingdom Hearts seriesEdit

Confusion is a status effect in the Kingdom Hearts series. If a character is inflicted with the status, their movements will be reversed, meaning pressing left will make the character go right, until the effect wears off. Enemies inflicted with the status will either attack each other or attack the character less often, depending on the game. Certain room gimmicks in Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories, being attacked while affected by Zero Gravity, and Illusion-type attacks in Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days can inflict the Confuse status.

In Kingdom Hearts Re:coded, only enemies can be inflicted with Confuse; Data-Sora can instead be inflicted with the Flip-foot status, which has an identical effect to Confuse.

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