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A girl who conceals her emotions but harbors fires within her heart.

Rosa Joanna Farrell is a playable character in Final Fantasy IV and its sequel, Final Fantasy IV: The After Years. She hails from Baron, and is a skilled Archer and White Mage. Rosa is Cecil Harvey and Kain Highwind's childhood friend, and harbors romantic feelings for Cecil. Though Cecil is reluctant to let her follow him into danger at first, she stays by his side.

In the English localization of the 3D version, Rosa is pronounced [ˈɹoʊ.zə].



Rosa CG Render

Rosa has blonde hair styled as a half updo with long bangs. She wears spiked pauldrons over a floor-length white and gold cape, a sleeveless white top with long, decorated gloves and a large belt that holds a dagger on her side. She wears a white patterned pantyhose, gold and pink knee braces and light purple ankle boots. She is said to be the most beautiful woman in Baron.

In Final Fantasy IV: The After Years, Rosa wears a long-sleeved and floor-length white gown with small horned pauldrons and a silver belt. She wears fingerless gloves, gray sandals, and a decorated pink and purple cape. Her hair is still styled as a half updo, but it is mostly concealed by her cape and she now has longer bangs framing her face.


Cecil of the Red Wings is many things... But he is no coward. Not the Cecil who I love...
—Rosa to Cecil

Rosa is gentle and kind by nature. She is strong at heart, willing to follow Cecil into dangerous situations and stand by him despite his numerous objections. She also takes care of the other party members, encouraging Rydia when she is frightened and forgiving Kain without hesitation. Like Cecil, she is deeply concerned about Baron's aggression and wants to help warn the other nations. As Queen of Baron, Rosa continues to be a steadfast support for Cecil, while as a mother, she worries for Ceodore as he struggles to obtain his Proof of Knighthood and become as strong as his father.


Spoiler warning: Plot and/or ending details follow. (Skip section)

Final Fantasy IVEdit

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Rosa, Cecil, and Kain as children.

Without me along, who will heal you when you're hurt?
—Rosa to Cecil

Rosa became a White Mage because her mother, Joanna, was a White Mage who fought alongside her father, a Dragoon, and she wished to fight alongside her lover Cecil like her mother did with her father.

Rosa is first seen in Baron, when Cecil finds her in the castle after his mission to Mysidia and before he and Kain go on their mission to deliver a package to the village of Mist. She worries for and tries to encourage Cecil, who has doubts about the King of Baron. She responds to Cecil's fears and doubts about his current path in life by speaking about the goodness she sees in him, that he needs to follow his heart, and lastly wishes Cecil luck on his mission to Mist.

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Rosa approaching Cecil at Baron's balcony.

When Cecil does not return, and after learning of the new plans of the Red Wings, Rosa becomes worried and starts searching for him. The specifics of her travel from Baron to Kaipo remain unknown, yet she eventually contracts Desert Fever, an illness which only the Sand Pearl can cure, and collapses on the outskirts of Kaipo. An elderly couple tends to Rosa during her malady, and when Cecil and Rydia visit her, they vow to find the Sand Pearl so they can cure her. After obtaining the Sand Pearl in the Antlion's Den with Edward's help, they return to Kaipo and use it on Rosa, who recovers. Rosa tells Cecil about what happened after he left Baron, revealing how a man named Golbez took control of the Red Wings and seeks the remaining Crystals. Rosa offers to assist in reaching Fabul, where its people keep the Crystal of Air—surely Baron's next target—as a national treasure.

Rosa, Cecil, Rydia, and Edward cross the Mt. Hobs to reach Fabul, but a sheet of ice blocks their path. Only a Fire spell can melt the ice, and only Rydia, gifted with Black Magic, can cast it, but the burning of her village has created a mental block that keeps her from casting the spell. Rosa helps Rydia overcome it with encouragement and a reminder of the enormity of their quest, and Rydia opens the way to Fabul. Further up the mountain, the party meets a man named Yang Fang Leiden, a Monk from Fabul. They help him defeat several of Golbez's monsters, and warn Yang about Fabul's impending danger.

Upon reaching Fabul, the party provides the urgent news of Baron's intentions to Fabul's king. He accepts the party's help and shortly thereafter, Baron invades Fabul. During the battle, Rosa and Rydia take the office of relief until the invading forces push Cecil, Edward, and Yang into the crystal room. Kain arrives in Fabul as Golbez's servant and defeats Cecil in battle, but the sight of Rosa stalls Kain and he stops him from killing his former friend.

At Kain's hesitation, Golbez enters the crystal room and defeats the rest of the party. He abducts Rosa and orders Kain to take the Crystal of Air. Golbez takes Rosa to the Tower of Zot and keeps her as a prisoner at its highest level. She remains bound as Golbez's captive until Cecil defeats Cagnazzo and obtains the Enterprise from Cid, at which point Kain parleys with Cecil and offers Rosa's freedom in exchange for the Crystal of Earth. Cecil reclaims the Crystal from the Dark Elf and fights his way to the top of the Tower of Zot, defeating the Magus Sisters to reach the top floor.

FFIV Novel Art 10 - Lovers Reunited

Cecil and Rosa reunited, from the official novelization.

When Cecil arrives with the Crystal, Golbez takes it and denies that he holds Rosa hostage. Tellah attacks Golbez and casts Meteor on him, which breaks Golbez's control over Kain who guides Cecil to Rosa in time to rescue her. Cecil and Rosa admit their feelings for each other and share a kiss, and Kain apologizes for having betrayed Cecil and mistreated Rosa. Rosa forgives him and invites him to fight alongside her and Cecil, to which he agrees. The party moves to leave the tower when Barbariccia, the Archfiend of Air, appears before the party. After her defeat, Barbariccia sets the tower toward its destruction, and Rosa casts the Exit spell to warp the party from the tower to Cecil's room in Baron.

With Golbez possessing all the four Crystals, Cecil's party worries about the next step in Golbez's plan. Kain reveals the existence of the Dark Crystals, a similar set to the Crystals stolen from each prominent kingdom, hidden in the Underworld. Kain explains Golbez needs all eight Crystals—the four Dark Crystals and the four already in his possession—to open "the way to the Moon". Cecil decides his party should head underground to protect the remaining Crystals, and Kain shows Cecil the Key of Magma. Cid's airship Enterprise had since returned to Baron via remote control.

Following Rosa's rescue from the Tower of Zot, a visit to Rosa's mother (in the 3D version of Final Fantasy IV) leads to a conversation about Rosa's decision to pursue Cecil to Kaipo. Rosa's mother laments permitting Rosa to study White Magic since it put her in harm's way, demanding that Rosa remain home. Rosa responds by expounding her thankfulness for the ability to help those in need, and reminds her mother of the bond her parents shared similar to her relationship to Cecil. Confronted with Rosa's true feelings, Rosa's mother admits the value of her daughter's choices and entrusts Rosa's safety to Cecil.

From this point on Rosa travels with the party in their quest to protect the Crystals, mainly in the background role. Upon witnessing the suicide of the transformed King and Queen of Eblan, she is horrified by the cruelty inflicted on the deceased couple. Once on the Red Moon the game reveals the tragic history of Cecil and Golbez, finalizing in a flashback of the first meeting between Cecil and Kain during their childhood years. In it, Kain initiates a scuffle with Cecil over the perceived special treatment he believes Cecil receives from the King of Baron, when Rosa intervenes. She reminds Kain of the moral code of men stated by the King, and when Cecil admits to starting the fight, Rosa shows admiration for Cecil's honesty.

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Cecil and Rosa during the ending.

Following these revelations, Fusoya and Golbez head to the Moon to fight Zemus. On the Lunar Whale, Cecil asks Rosa and Rydia to leave the ship, convinced that the fight with Zemus would entail too much danger for him to allow them to accompany him for the final battle. The women reluctantly agree, but secretly stow away within the ship. Once the airship lands on the moon, Rosa and Rydia reveal themselves. Rosa defends her right to join Cecil out of love and by noting her ability to cast White Magic, a skill Cecil possesses but with much less proficiency.

Cecil admits to their value and allows the women to take part in the battle against Zemus. They journey to the core of the moon, where Fusoya and Golbez appear to defeat Zemus. The hatred that grew inside Zemus over the years gains sentience in the form of a creature called Zeromus, which continues the attack on the party. With help from the prayers of old friends, the party defeats Zeromus. Cecil and Rosa marry and take the throne of Baron. All party members except Kain attend the wedding.

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude-Edit

A year later, Cecil and Rosa send off the Red Wings to fly over the Damcyan Castle for the reconstruction celebration. While at the celebration, a guard enters and tells Yang that some monks were brutally attacked at Mt. Hobbs. Yang plans to leave, and Cecil and Rosa decide to go with him. Once they get to the summit of Mt. Hobbs, they find two injured monks, whom Rosa heals. Soon after, they are attacked by the Dad Bomb. After defeating it, they head to Fabul where Yang's wife Sheila is about to give birth to Ursula. Yang asks Cecil to be Ursula's godfather, which he gladly accepts.

When Cecil and Rosa are about to leave they find Cid, Luca, Palom, and Porom, who tell Cecil there is a swarm of monsters coming out of the Sealed Cave. As they are about to take off, Cecil tells Yang to stay with his family. Cid notices Rosa looks pale, and Cecil asks Yang to take care of her while he is away. After the incident in the Tower of Babil, back at Baron, Rosa lies in bed, and Cecil asks if she is alright. At Damcyan, Cecil reveals Rosa is pregnant. Everyone is overjoyed with the news, and tell Cecil that he should start coming up with baby names.

Final Fantasy IV: The After YearsEdit

After Rosa
The white mage who serves as Baron's queen and a steadfast, loving support for Cecil. Her heart goes out to Ceodore as he enters an emotionally turbulent time in his life.
—Game Description
Cecil Rosa

Rosa and Cecil in the opening FMV for The Complete Collection.

Seventeen years later, Rosa is the wife of Cecil and mother of Ceodore. She accompanies Cecil and Cid when Baron is attacked. After some debate, she escapes with Cid on the Enterprise, reluctantly leaving Cecil alone to face the Mysterious Girl and her summon.

Rosa journeys to Damcyan where Kain's evil-side abducts her while stealing Damcyan's Crystal during the Second Battle of Damcyan. Once the real Kain has transformed after defeating his dark half, Rosa joins a small group in confronting the Mysterious Girl and Cecil, under the Mysterious Girl's thrall, at Baron's throne. After a fight, Odin, who was also mind-controlled, comes to his senses and knocks Cecil to his. Rosa joins Ceodore, Rydia, Golbez, and Edge to take out the girl who escapes and Golbez calls the Lunar Whale to pursue her.

In the crater's dungeon the party must defeat Cecil's Dark Knight doppelganger to get to the Mysterious Girl and Bahamut, who also comes to his senses and pushes the girl back. They reach the Creator who pursues them through several battles before finally being destroyed by Meteor. Rosa is last seen in Baron, serving as referee to a timed sparring match between Cecil and Ceodore.

Spoilers end here.


Final Fantasy IVEdit

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As a mage, Rosa's stats are weighted in magic but despite that Rosa is an adequate physical attacker due to wielding bows, especially when attacking flying enemies weak to arrows.


As a White Mage, Rosa can cast White Magic. She learns every White Magic spell in the game, although some she learns at levels different from Porom. Her other two abilities are Aim and Pray. Aim allows Rosa to charge up a slightly stronger attack that never misses at the cost of executing slower, and is only usable while Rosa is equipped with a bow. Pray restores a small amount of HP to allies if successful, roughly equivalent to a Cure spell.

In the 3D remake release, Pray has a higher chance of success and restores both HP and MP, the amount healed based on a percentage of each party member's max HP and MP. Rosa also learns her White Magic at different levels. In the Game Boy Advance and The Complete Collection releases, completing Rosa's Lunar Trial rewards her with the White Ring, which upgrades Pray to Miracle. Miracle casts Cure on a failure, Cura normally, and randomly casts Curaga and Esuna.

Spell Level Learned
2D*SNES, PS, GBA, PSP 3D*DS, iOS, Android
Cure Known Known
Hold Known Known
Libra Known Known
Slow Known Known
Sight Known Known
Raise 11 Known
Protect 12 Known
Cura 13 Known
Silence 15 Known
Esuna 18 18
Berserk 20 30
Blink 23 23
Spell Level Learned
2D*SNES, PS, GBA, PSP 3D*DS, iOS, Android
Confuse 24 24
Teleport*Known when Rosa is rescued in the Tower of Zot in the 2D release Event 26
Shell 29 20
Curaga 30 31
Mini 30 32
Dispel 31 33
Haste 33 35
Float 35 38
Reflect 36 40
Curaja 38 45
Arise 45 55
Holy 55 60


Rosa's equipment includes most mage equipment such as light tunics, caps, hoods, and robes. Her weapon arsenal includes staves, bows, and arrows.

Bows Staves
Head Body Arms


In the Game Boy Advance version of Final Fantasy IV, each character has his or her own Lunar Trial. Rosa's trial focuses on using her White Magic abilities to heal injured people, culminating in a battle with Lunar Asura.

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude-Edit

Rosa's Pray, Aim and White Magic return with the same attributes as in Final Fantasy IV. She joins the party at Level 30 with all the spells she would normally learn up to that point, including Teleport, and will learn new spells at the same levels as in Final Fantasy IV. She comes equipped with a Healing Staff, Sage's Miter, Sage's Surplice, and Rune Armlet.


Bows Staves
Head Body Arms

Final Fantasy IV: The After YearsEdit

Rosa has fairly good HP, the highest of the dedicated mage-type characters, and her Aim ability and decent Strength let her be a respectable attacker. Compared to fellow White Magic users Porom and Leonora, Rosa has greater HP, Strength and Stamina but lower MP and slightly lower Spirit than Porom, and all-around greater stats than Leonora.


Level HP MP Strength Speed Stamina Intelligence Spirit
15 320 180 12 11 9 11 22
20 497 221 16 13 12 12 27
30 984 309 24 17 18 14 37
40 1571 333 30 23 24 16 48
50 2379 422 36 28 30 18 58
60 3206 512 44 31 36 23 66
70 4069 605 48 34 43 28 71
80 4366 654 50 35 44 30 74
90 4690 702 52 37 46 31 77
99 4971 733 54 38 47 32 79



Rosa can cast White Magic and has the command Blessing, which heals some HP and MP to the entire party similar to Pray in the 3D remake of Final Fantasy IV.

Magic Level Learned
Cure Known
Hold Known
Libra Known
Sight Known
Slow Known
Raise Known
Protect Known
Cura Known
Magic Level Learned
Silence Known
Esuna 18
Berserk 20
Teleport 21
Blink 23
Confuse 24
Shell 29
Curaga 30
Magic Level Learned
Mini 30
Dispel 33
Haste 36
Float 38
Reflect 40
Curaja 45
Arise 55
Holy 60

Band Abilities
Ability Members MP Effect
Divine Heal
  • Rosa (Blessing)
  • Ceodore (White Magic)
28 Cast White Magic on party, effect is reliant on the phase of the moon. Effects are Curaga and Shell (Full Moon), Curaga and Protect (Waning Moon), Curaga and Esuna (New Moon), or Curaja (Waxing Moon).
X Chaser
  • Rosa (Aim)
  • Cid (Analyze)
12 Critically strike a single enemy, possibly inflicting Instant Death.
Saint Dive
  • Rosa (White Magic)
  • Kain (Jump)
30 Attack all enemies with divine wrath.
Holy Blade
  • Rosa (White Magic)
  • Cecil (Fight)
15 Slice a single enemy with a sword wreathed in holy power.
Holy Burst
  • Rosa (White Magic)
  • Rydia (Black Magic)
55 Holy magical attack on all enemies.
Holy Ray
  • Rosa (White Magic)
  • Porom (White Magic)
50 Holy magical attack on all enemies.
Holy Cross
  • Rosa (White Magic)
  • Cecil (Attack)
  • Ceodore (Attack)
35 Strike all enemies with sword containing holy power.
Pure White Magic
  • Rosa (White Magic)
  • Leonora (White Magic)
  • Porom (White Magic)
99 Casts numerous status buffs on all party members including Haste, Protect and Shell, and restore HP and status ailments.
Effect Form
  • Rosa (Blessing)
  • Cecil (White Magic)
  • Kain (White Magic)
20 Cast Curaja, Protect, Shell and Haste on users.
Trinity Crusade
  • Rosa (White Magic)
  • Cecil (Fight)
  • Kain (Jump)
35 Three fighters combine to attack one enemy.
Final Fantasy
  • Rosa (White Magic)
  • Cecil (Fight)
  • Edge (Throw)
  • Kain (Jump)
  • Rydia (Black Magic)
75 Attack all enemies and heal party with a powerful combination.
Vibra Prime
  • Rosa (Aim)
  • Cecil (Fight)
  • Ceodore (Fight)
  • Cid (Fight)
  • Kain (Fight)
40 Five fighters slice away at all enemies.
  • Rosa (White Magic)
  • Leonora (White Magic)
  • Palom (Black Magic)
  • Porom (White Magic)
  • Rydia (Black Magic)
60 Five fighters combine to cast powerful magic on enemies and heal themselves.
  • Rosa (Aim)
  • Harley (Gil Toss)
  • Izayoi (Illusions)
  • Rydia (Black Magic)
19 Surprise one enemy with an attack.


Bows and Arrows Staves Whips
Shields Head Body Arms


Rosa is fought in Final Fantasy IV: The After Years in Kain's Tale. It is impossible to damage her in any way, and thus the player should only focus on Edward instead.

Musical themesEdit

Rosa's theme is called "Theme of Love". It is played in scenes between her and Cecil, and is meant to symbolize the love between them.

Other appearancesEdit

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain CallEdit

Theatrhythm CC Rosa

Rosa appears as a playable DLC character, based of her appearance in the 3D remake.

She is a Support and Defense oriented character.


Level CP HP Strength Magic Agility Luck Stamina Spirit
1 9 189 8 18 10 11 8 20
50 39 3261 63 141 80 91 63 155
99 50 5017 94 213 120 137 95 234


Reactive Abilities
Ability CP Level Learned
Cure 5 Initial
Pray (Lv1) 10 Level 5
Blink (Lv1) 5 Level 10
Invisible (Lv1) 6 Level 20
Cura 10 Level 25
Pray (Lv2) 18 Level 45
Blink (Lv2) 10 Level 50
Libra (Lv1) 20 Level 60
Curaga 20 Level 65
Pray (Lv3) 27 Level 85
Full Cure 50 Level 90
Holy 25 Level 95
Proactive Abilities
Ability CP Level Learned
Spirit Up (Lv1) 4 Initial
Paeon (Lv1) 10 Level 15
Spirit Up (Lv2) 8 Level 30
Mana's Paean (Lv2) 10 Level 35
Shell (Lv2) 13 Level 40
Paeon (Lv2) 22 Level 55
Spirit Up (Lv3) 14 Level 70
Mana's Paean (Lv3) 15 Level 75
Shell (Lv3) 23 Level 80

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Final Fantasy Airborne BrigadeEdit

Rosa is an ally and a summonable Legend. Her EX ability is Aim.

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Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

The childhood friend of Cecil and Kain. Rosa harbors romantic feelings for Cecil, whom she endeavors to protect by becoming a white mage and fighting at his side.
—Official description.

Rosa is a playable character who could initially be recruited during the Challenge Event The Burning Blade as the First Time Reward for completing the event's Tower of Zot - Spire stage on Classic difficulty. She has also appeared in Twin Stars of Mysidia.


Rosa is a White Mage. Her combat role is Healing Magic.

As one of the most celebrated characters in her class, it should come as no surprise that Rosa is a strong support unit. While she isn't nearly as versatile as her Summoner successors Garnet, Eiko, and Yuna, or even Lenna as presented in this game, she is equally as potent in her craft as they are in theirs. Low HP and average Accuracy do not serve Rosa justice, as in her original game she was equally renowned for her prowess with a bow.

Level HP Attack Defense Magic Resistance Mind Accuracy Evasion Speed
1 178 8 7 8 10 12 20 20 92
50 2,981 76 58 78 101 120 22 22 118
RankMax: 5 2 2 1 2 4 5 3 3 3

Rosa can use White Magic spells up to rarity rank 5, Support abilities up to rarity rank 4, and Celerity abilities up to rarity rank 1.

Her default Soul Break is Trueshot Bow which at the expense of one Soul Gauge segment deals ranged physical damage to one target. The bow Elven Bow (IV) allows Rosa to use Divine Favor.


Rosa can equip the following weapons: daggers, staffs, and bows. The bow Elven Bow (IV) allows Rosa to use Divine Favor.

She can equip the following armor types: hats, robes, and bracers.

She can equip accessories.

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Final Fantasy Trading Card GameEdit

Rosa is depicted on a few cards. One card features her SD art, while the other features her DS CG Render.

Triple TriadEdit

Rosa appears on cards in the version available via Final Fantasy Portal App.

Non-Final Fantasy guest appearancesEdit

Rise of ManaEdit

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Heavenstrike RivalsEdit

Rosa appears as a unit in a collaboration event.[1] Rosa Farrell and Queen Rosa of Baron are units and their ability is Esuna. Rosa Farrell can be promoted to Queen Rosa of Baron.

Other mediaEdit


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Rosa's Virtual World avatar.

Users in Square Enix Members Virtual World community can make their character appear as Rosa Farrell.



Rosa is the Latin word for "rose". It is written identically in Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish. It is also an Italian, Portuguese and Spanish female name; the German, Norwegian, Swedish, Portuguese, Italian and Spanish word for "pink"; and the Bulgarian, Czech and Polish word for "dew".

Rosa's middle name is only revealed in the novelization of the game.[2] According to the novel, Rosa takes the name from her mother, Joanna Farrell. Rosa becoming a queen with this name may also be an oblique homage to Queen Jayne, as both Joanna and Jayne are alternative derivations of the same Hebrew name; English Ja(y)ne is in fact directly derived from Latin Jo(h)anna via French Jeanne.

"Joanna" is a derivation of the Hebrew name יוֹחַנָּה, Yōḥannā, which means "YHWH is gracious".

Farrell is an Irish surname that is the anglicized form of the Irish Gaelic name Ó Fearghaill, which means "a person of great courage" or "heroic".



Comparison between the Japanese and North American versions.

  • In one cutscene in the original version, Rosa is rescued at the last moment from being executed by a giant scythe. The scythe was replaced with a giant metal ball in the North American version.
  • In Japan, TV commercials advertising Final Fantasy IV for the Game Boy Advance included a model dressed as Rosa as portrayed by Yoshitaka Amano's concept art of her.
  • The opening video for the Nintendo DS remake of Final Fantasy IV depicts Rosa with a sword on her belt and wielding a staff to battle, despite the fact she does not wield them.
FF4 Early Rosa
  • In pre-release screenshots for The Complete Collection, Rosa has a different menu portrait, with a longer face, less-prominent bangs and blue eyes instead of green.
  • Over the course of Final Fantasy VII, Cloud Strife will take a character on a date through the Gold Saucer. One segment of this date involves Cloud and the other character performing in a play in which Cloud plays a valiant knight named Albert and his date plays a kidnapped princess named Rosa. Rosa and Albert defeat the antagonist, the Evil Dragon King, through the "power of love" between them.
  • In a Favorite Character poll conducted at Square Enix Party 2007, Rosa ranked 5th out of all the major characters. For comparison, Cecil got first, Kain second, Rydia third, and Cid fourth.
  • Rosa is notable for being the first love interest in the series and the first female White Mage, a trait that other females like Garnet from Final Fantasy IX, and Yuna from Final Fantasy X followed.
  • Screenshots in the instruction manual of Final Fantasy Origins assign the name Rosa to the White Mage from the original Final Fantasy.
  • Even though Rosa marries Cecil, she does not seem to take his last name of Harvey.


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