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Sometimes i find a anime, watch like 2-3 episodes, then go ''damn this anime is so fucking amazing'', aaand it's on hold for 2 months xD I just watch whats appealing to me in the moment. I have like 20-30 anime on hold, not because they werent good, but because i'm in different moods every day.
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Makes me think of how I got into Berserk. Unlike you, I've got years of Anime experience, as I grew up with it. My siblings are apt conversationalists when it comes to Anime, so we just reinforced each others behaviors.

But Berserk. I was watching one of those old and classy "My top X Anime" lists on Youtube. And amoung their list, Berserk was 11. Described it as "Greek Tragedy set in Medieval times"
I was sold on that type of description... but I took some time. Claymore was airing at the time, and I watched Claymore, it was a great watch.

However, once Claymore had ended, I moved straight to Berserk. The opening episode did not impress. It was like Blade of the Immortal, all manly blood and no substance, I was wondering if I had to force myself to watch it.

But the last shot of Episode 1, Gut's flashbacks to his childhood. A 16 Year old Guts facing down a 7 Foot Knight, laughing at the young kid trying to fight him. Those 10 Seconds caught my eye instantly. It told me that I had to watch what was happening, I had to sit there and shut up, because I've never seen that before. We see a man, manly man. Badass among badasses, killing giant monsters. Then....16 and fresh, taking on some big old adult? The journey to see how we got there....it was awesome to me.
Despite being a "glorified Manga preview", Berserk told me a story. The story ended when Guts reached his place in episode 1, and while his story continues, the story they told was about his journey. It delivered.

Those 25 Episodes were one hell of a ride, bringing me everything I ever wanted in an anime.

But...some anime just don't deliver such.....hopes. No grand scene that gets me like that. How can I watch those, knowing more like this exists?
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Their hair.

The main reason I watch a show is if they have interesting hairstyles. If the hair design is your run of the mill common cut, then I pass. I only watch shows with interesting hairstyles. Story, plot, milieu... they're all secondary. Doesn't matter what mood I'm in. I never base my daily entertainment decisions on "mood".

Just cool hair.


All I could think of seeing this post was:

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I L-O-V-E drill hair! It must be insane to keep clean.



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Makes me think of how I got into Berserk. Unlike you, I've got years of Anime experience, as I grew up with it. My siblings are apt conversationalists when it comes to Anime, so we just reinforced each others behaviors.

But Berserk. I was watching one of those old and classy "My top X Anime" lists on Youtube. And amoung their list, Berserk was 11. Described it as "Greek Tragedy set in Medieval times"
I was sold on that type of description... but I took some time. Claymore was airing at the time, and I watched Claymore, it was a great watch.

However, once Claymore had ended, I moved straight to Berserk. The opening episode did not impress. It was like Blade of the Immortal, all manly blood and no substance, I was wondering if I had to force myself to watch it.

But the last shot of Episode 1, Gut's flashbacks to his childhood. A 16 Year old Guts facing down a 7 Foot Knight, laughing at the young kid trying to fight him. Those 10 Seconds caught my eye instantly. It told me that I had to watch what was happening, I had to sit there and shut up, because I've never seen that before. We see a man, manly man. Badass among badasses, killing giant monsters. Then....16 and fresh, taking on some big old adult? The journey to see how we got there....it was awesome to me.
Despite being a "glorified Manga preview", Berserk told me a story. The story ended when Guts reached his place in episode 1, and while his story continues, the story they told was about his journey. It delivered.

Those 25 Episodes were one hell of a ride, bringing me everything I ever wanted in an anime.

But...some anime just don't deliver such.....hopes. No grand scene that gets me like that. How can I watch those, knowing more like this exists?


I was the same way--Berserk hooked me and I always wanted to get around to reading the critically-acclaimed manga that tells more of the story. I love Caska as a character (until after the Eclipse, of course) and wanted more than what the show gave me. I finally got around to reading the manga (took me almost two weeks of straight reading to get caught up from the first chapter) and needless to say, Guts goes W-A-Y beyond the known bounds of badass-ery to sadly becoming the pathetic sod he is in his current form (team dad). Miura needs to finish Berserk soon, and given the way it's currently going, I don't think it's going to end well.

Just like Berserk, Claymore manga gets much MUCH better from where the anime leaves off.
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I L-O-V-E drill hair! It must be insane to keep clean.





I almost forgot about her drillz. Drill hair is one of my favorites as well, also may just be me, but they also tend to be the better characters in Anime or VN's, of course I could be easily forgetting one, or ten...

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Those are some drills that will pierce the heavens!
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Well what you can do is.
1. Start more then one anime and switch to the ones you feel like watching that day.
2. Eat food and watch the anime lol.
3. If you are not in the mood to watch teh type of anime, just take a break and go do soemthing else.
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So sometimes what I do is just literally spoil the plot at least a little bit and if I like it I watch the show. If the show is amazing, then it is usually more than just plot and so I watch it after that or not if it doesn't hook me. This happened with things like Madoka, Attack on Titan, ... but I didn't watch Attack on Titan because I don't really like the Horror genre that much.

Also, having friends show you anime that they recommend/like can help as well.

For example, my favorite show of all time for a while was Full Metal Panic!

It had everything: Nostalgia (it was my first manga series) six years later it was my first LN series, and it wasn't one of my earlier anime series. It was one of those things that I remembered but didn't know what it was called and then I found it again and loved it. I finished the series and was hooked and didn't want to watch anything else because I liked it so much and was afraid to like anything else because I didn't want to replace it, ever.

Then at some point in time two years ago my friend recommended To aru Majutsu no Index to me. He made me watch episode 1 at his house. Now... To aru Majutsu no Index is my favorite: book/light novel series, manga series, anime series, and will probably never be overturned. I just had to watch one episode to know I would love it. By the time I got to book 22 I was aware that it would be the best series I ever saw. It's still ongoing and has an amazing plot. If you're interested in myths, it is built upon myths. All of the people's powers depend on mythology and religion ranging from different branches of Christianity, Nordic, Hindu religions, Kabballah, and others. It also has a scientific basis for lots of the supernatural powers and the main character is named Index (which is a reference to the Index of Prohibited Books in the Catholic Church during the time of the Inquisition). I do recommend this show to you because it has an interesting premise/plot/battles/characters/emotions to boot, but also mythology and other things besides.

With other series I say just give them a chance and watch at least a few episodes to decide how you feel. A fair number of people have a three episode rule, but you maybe should make it four or five episodes depending on the shows length on a case by case basis. If it can draw you in by then, just try it and keep on going with it.

I have another friend that seems to have this problem, and since I don't see him that often (I'm somewhere else in College during the school year) I just call him to remind him what he was going to be watching. But I think you just need to get yourself hyped for these series.

You can either think of series as being long and the good part coming eventually so you have to steel yourself so you can go through all of it. (that happened to me with Madoka, and many shonen series) Or you can think of anime series as being amazing from episode 1 and you are enjoying it 100% of the time. These are the only anime series that I watch now. Any anime with things that bother me I will drop.

Index is like this 100% of the time and only gets better. Kill la Kill, Kuroko's Bastkeball, Nisekoi, and others are similar. They are consistently amazing or perfect in my eyes, which is why I watch them. I don't watch long shows which waste my time. And if I do that, I just rush through them super quickly reading what happens and watching/reading the good parts. To aru Majutsu no Index is the only show/novel series that I have found which I liked at the beginning, and like more with each successive episode, manga chapter, book, game, movie. Each successive book gets better by a larger degree the more of the series you read and at this point each new book is my favorite book by a lot making the previous book look silly. (there is no filler...)

You just need to try hard to find things you like 100% of the time and that grab your interest. Even if they're good, they might not be that worth it if you find yourself not being able to watch it after you've started for too long. Though you should give things some tries and have an episode rule or something like that for that reason.

You could also try skipping things or rushing through parts you don't like, which is something I do in series with filler.
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Excellent post, but there be a few problems for me.

I'm the "recommend" guy in my circle of viewers. I've seen more, know more, and watch more than those I talk with, and they've seen quite a number! My sister is the only one who has a few series I've not seen, and those are solid Josei series that completely go over my head and interest. I know what I like, and I own 40+ Series of what I like. The problem, is how do I watch a Genre I should like, but a show I do not?

So It's not so much finding a show, but getting the courage to watch those I have low opinions of. Perhaps you can help me. To Aru Majutsu no Index(forever more just Index), I have a rather low opinion of. I've seen One Piece, that's a decent Shounen. I grew up with Dragonball Z, that's a great Shounen. I've seen the likes of Naruto&Bleach to nearish completion. I've picked up and ran with Fist of the North Star, The Slayers, Magi, Fate/Series, HunterxHunter, Soul Eater, and Ranma 1/2.

Anything and everything Index attempts to offer me, I has seen it done before. More importantly, I've seen it done better.
Now, Index probably gets better later on. Maybe the main character forms a proper relationship with someone, instead of being a Generic Chick magnet. Perhaps his Generic "Loser cursed with awesome" powers get better as well. Maybe I'm just judging the show far far too harshly. I know that Railgun, that sister series, is really damn popular. I also know "of" the main character of Railgun. She's pretty damn awesome. Take just a Screenshot of her character, and you can see a character in here. The expressions, the design... work went into that.
But Index? I picked it up, but lost interest the moment it reminded me of Kingdom Hearts 2.

What I need, is to pump myself up, and WATCH those series. I want to properly judge Index as a show for what it does right, instead of what it does wrong.

Buuuuuut. I need to watch it. The horror of that! I could be spending my time doing something else, like rewatching Dragonball Z or HunterxHunter! I could even pick up series I've put on hold like Victory Gundam, Spice&Wolf, and Scrapped Princess.

I don't mean to hate on Index, but I would love some more reading material here. Tell me, what inspires you to watch Index? What in the show just grab's you? Who's your favorite characters or archetypes. What just....has you devour so much of the show?
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Kinda hard to think of examples because for the most part I do it subconsciously but I just need at least one character, main character or just someone who gets plenty of screen time, to get behind. If I can't get behind any characters I am out, good story or not.
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dniv wrote:


Excellent post, but there be a few problems for me.

I'm the "recommend" guy in my circle of viewers. I've seen more, know more, and watch more than those I talk with, and they've seen quite a number! My sister is the only one who has a few series I've not seen, and those are solid Josei series that completely go over my head and interest. I know what I like, and I own 40+ Series of what I like. The problem, is how do I watch a Genre I should like, but a show I do not?

So It's not so much finding a show, but getting the courage to watch those I have low opinions of. Perhaps you can help me. To Aru Majutsu no Index(forever more just Index), I have a rather low opinion of. I've seen One Piece, that's a decent Shounen. I grew up with Dragonball Z, that's a great Shounen. I've seen the likes of Naruto&Bleach to nearish completion. I've picked up and ran with Fist of the North Star, The Slayers, Magi, Fate/Series, HunterxHunter, Soul Eater, and Ranma 1/2.

Anything and everything Index attempts to offer me, I has seen it done before. More importantly, I've seen it done better.
Now, Index probably gets better later on. Maybe the main character forms a proper relationship with someone, instead of being a Generic Chick magnet. Perhaps his Generic "Loser cursed with awesome" powers get better as well. Maybe I'm just judging the show far far too harshly. I know that Railgun, that sister series, is really damn popular. I also know "of" the main character of Railgun. She's pretty damn awesome. Take just a Screenshot of her character, and you can see a character in here. The expressions, the design... work went into that.
But Index? I picked it up, but lost interest the moment it reminded me of Kingdom Hearts 2.

What I need, is to pump myself up, and WATCH those series. I want to properly judge Index as a show for what it does right, instead of what it does wrong.

Buuuuuut. I need to watch it. The horror of that! I could be spending my time doing something else, like rewatching Dragonball Z or HunterxHunter! I could even pick up series I've put on hold like Victory Gundam, Spice&Wolf, and Scrapped Princess.

I don't mean to hate on Index, but I would love some more reading material here. Tell me, what inspires you to watch Index? What in the show just grab's you? Who's your favorite characters or archetypes. What just....has you devour so much of the show?


Thank you so much for this opportunity. Now I can do what I do best (I've seen a lot of series) which is to give my in-depth explanation of why a show like To aru Majutsu no Index is my favorite show of all time.

Yes, I've seen some people who don't like Index. However, I don't know anyone who didn't like it after reading LN's 13 and on. In fact, not a single person I've read Chapter 7 of the latest LN novel that came out of New Testament 9 didn't watch the series afterwards (and didn't cry while I read it to them) (this includes people who didn't even watch anime).

Now I want to make something clear which should probably make your day, because what you said is somewhat understandable. I'm going to explain why this series isn't as well-received or known in the United States, and what viewers can do about it to get hyped for it.

Let me explain the first thing you should know about something like Index. The way it works is that it gets amazing as it goes along. The premise unfolds as it goes along. Now supposing you've seen only a few episodes maybe I understand a little. The point is that there are already two seasons of Index out.

The way to get yourself hyped for it is this:

(By the way I loved Scrapped Princess, but that isn't the point.)

Index has this cast list:



So as you can see it is a big series. Now the thing about this series that is amazing is the complicated plot. It isn't generic at all. Once you get past the beginning it becomes extremely amazing.

The thing is: Railgun does one thing better. And this is the slice of life aspect, so it is more popular.

However, Index has the most amazing plot of any series in existence. The thing is: with any Shonen series like DBZ, One Piece, Bleach, Naruto, it doesn't get super amazing until you have a huge cast of characters you love and know duking it out and doing crazy things. It's somewhat similar for Index. There is a lot of world-building in the series.

What I like about the series is the opposite of what you are afraid of. Everything in the series is the most original thing I've ever seen in my life. I've seen a lot of anime, but I don't watch Shonen as much anymore because Touma's ability is the most interesting and amazing supernatural power I've ever seen described in anime/in light novels/ in manga. As you watch more of the series you learn more about the amazing world, the dystopian city, the cast of a bazillion characters, and you emotionally connect with everyone.

Touma doesn't save people to get girls in a harem. He has other, much deeper, and interesting motivations. He is the best character I have ever seen written/animated/portrayed in literature. I like him more than Misaka Mikoto or "railgun" even though she is one of my favorite characters. In fact, all three of the main characters of Index are characters I like more than her. She is also a main character, but she appears in her spin-off as well.

I recommend you watch more of the series because as soon as you finish season 2 you'll just want to read over 33 novels and you will not be able to stop. It's a really long series of amazing content and material.

I'd put it this way. You already know DBZ is good, and Index might be bad and you just can't start on it. Then think about it this way:

You can always watch DBZ because you always know it is good. But if you don't watch Index now then you'll probably always lose the chance to see something that might really be good because you won't want to see it later and you'll keep on having this indecisive problem. So the sooner you act the better.

If one thing is true about Touma Kamijou, he is not shallow, not normal, he is by far the best shonen protagonist I have ever seen beating every main shonen character of the big 5, and Goku.

The thing is: you just need to get to know the characters. I promise it is actually amazing.

Here's some other information that might help you watch it:

1. It's the most popular light novel series in Japan. This means it is more popular than SAO/ Haruhi/ Baccano/ Durarara. (people like it for a reason)

2. It's not popular in the US because people who see the show think of it as some stand-alone series that might not be that interesting. It hurts that the Index manga isn't out in the US, so people don't find out about it.

3. The A Certain Universe is larger than One Piece's, Lord of the Rings, or whatever else you give me.

If you start liking this series after even if it takes 16 hours of your life to watch all of Index, then you'll be able to read over 40 300 page books of amazing material. And the series isn't even half-way done. It will be longer than anything else. And each time you re-read the books it just gets infinitely better.

The plot in this series is just ridiculous, and it is may be slow in building up a lot initially, but by the time you finish season two of the anime and get to book 13 of the light novels the series just becomes the best thing ever. I've not found anything else that comes even close in terms of how much I like it. The hype of Kill la Kill each episode is nowhere close to the hype of each new Index novel... not even close... End of Evangelion insanity doesn't come close to the current hype for the insane things happening each volume.

I think the main problem with your attitude towards series like this is that you are thinking it is bad and are doubting it, but you should try giving it the benefit of the doubt. Kamachi (the author's plot) has been so insane lately that everyone thinks every new book he writes is the best thing they've ever read.

I really recommend this series so I advise you to try it because this series does absolutely everything and it does it better than everything else.

It is not a shallow series with a shallow power. The MC's power, Touma's power is actually extremely interesting and complicated. You just have to watch around 10 episodes to see the first small secret to that. You only have to see 15 episodes to see just how interesting Touma as an MC can be. And you just have to watch 24 episodes to be introduced to one of the other series MC's who is completely different from Touma and you would most definitely like him I'm sure. The thing is some fans of this series only like one of the 3 MC's who are very different, but there is a certain character in this series who is just the best character for many people, and he comes in part way through season 1.

The complicated system for how the users powers work is amazing and takes a lot of creativity to write. The science side powers rely on a very intricate power process that gets developed through a lot of novels that is helpfully explained through Index + Railgun (which are actually both part of the same main story, for followers of the main series). The Magic side powers are also really well explained and have a really interesting series.

I'll just tell you: the series is more epic than DBZ/ One Piece/ and many other series and this I'm absolutely sure about. I think you just need to try it. I can't tell you how complicated the series is and the books have just these fantastic, amazing philosophical ideas.

Academy City is one of the most interesting messed up places you will ever see. The more books you read, the more you find out about the horrors of the city, and you start to learn about just how crazy the world of the To aru series is. The magic side is similar and has so many different factions with so many different interesting characters that you'll never have enough things to read.

This is the strongest recommendation I have of any series in existence so please just watch more of it . Lol, I just want people to see how good it is. The reason Index isn't as popular in the US is because people see the beginning sometimes and mistake it for some generic series. THIS IS NOT THE CASE!!!!!! PLEASE LISTEN TO ME!!! TANOMU.

Both series are written by the same person, the only reason some people prefer Railgun to Index is that they haven't seen far enough. Just trust me and watch a bit, and you'll most likely be extremely hooked. I care enough to write this super long request, so please at least try it.

I try any series that other people think is very amazing because there is always some reason that they find it so amazing, and I think that is the reason you should try it.

Index is the most deep series I have ever seen and is the only series other than Clannad After Story that has made me cry. The Index Universe / or a Certain Universe is the greatest masterpiece I have ever seen . This is why I tell you just watch more of it.

The thing is: if it's that bad then people won't be recommending it so highly, and it wouldn't be so popular. This is why I recommend you watch it all the way through. Maybe it'll give you another experience for something good that there is.

In the worst case, you will personally not like it, but you can still recommend to other people that would like that sort of series and it will be useful to you because you will understand what the series is about, and this will help you because you'll be able to help out anime like that because people you know will be happy as well. So I think it is good to see these things that people recommend very highly because there is some reason to it and you'll be able to make other people like them happy by recommending it to them.

Finally, you just need to Index episode 6 and you'll never stop watching it again, from my experience. But if you're especially picky try episode 15 and then I you will most surely not stop. Episodes 15/16 are just amazing.

The reason people like Railgun more than Index anyway is just that the team doing Railgun is better than the anime team doing Index. The storyline of Index is much better than the storyline of Railgun, but the team doing Railgun tend to add some other elements and pacing changes that make the anime better. Since Railgun is adapting a manga it adapts things at a much slower pace and thus covers more material, but Index covers a lot of material, though it is well done.

It is not your general harem series. That you can be sure of lol. I don't watch harem series lol unless they ask profound philosophical questions and have amazing battles and much else besides. Touma Kamijou does make progress in his relationships with other people and it is very well done.

Having seen a ton of anime, more than 100, I can say that the series does everything with a very unique and original flavor.

Yes, it is true that the beginning of the anime sometimes doesn't cater to people, but you can get yourself hyped by 1. listening to only my railgun, level 5 judgelight (railgun music; they're the same series; people here think they're different for some reason) 2. Thinking about how much good stuff you have to watch (when it comes out); read (when it comes out) and how amazing it is going to get. 3. You'll be able to make other people happy by recommending them a good show. 4. Someone loves that show for some good reason even if it seems normal at the beginning. I'm going to say too that I thought Index was normal at first. Yes, I was excited, but I only watched it at first because I wanted to beat a friend in a race to see it and so I saw more episodes than he did. While doing that, I realized it was absolutely amazing, but it was after the beginning, because I didn't realize it was very different from what it looked like. All of the extremely interesting details were important relevant, there was no filler, there was enough material for like 2 detective conans, and there was much more relevant plot, there were characters who make Goku look really weak for crying out loud. It escalates a lot. There are ridiculous complicated plans going all throughout the series. And the characters are amazing and develop a lot as you see the series.

You have to see up to episode 15 before you drop the series. For this series that really should be true. I'm just telling you, for the fifteenth time lol. JUST WATCH 15 EPISODES BEFORE YOU DECIDE TO DROP IT.

So I hope that convinces you to watch it, because I'm sure that when you see what I told you you'll love it.

FINALLY, TO MAKE IT CLEAR (not yelling). THE REASON RAILGUN IS MORE POPULAR THAN INDEX is because people prefer emotional things to GOOD PLOTS. INDEX IS VERY EMOTIONAL and it HAS REALLY GOOD PLOTS. But you have to be a little patient at first. That's just the way it is. When you get a ways in you will not be able to stop, and it's really frustrating for me trying to explain this to someone who doesn't read the series because you're like I was two years ago.

I had never heard of this series and I thought it was some normal series and I didn't want to watch it and then I thought I would get it over with to try to find another good series even if I wouldn't particularly like it and then it was actually the best thing ever. When I started reading the novels from volume 13 onwards I was really shocked. Volume 22 and NT 9 are the best books I have read in my entire life.

Before I started reading the series I treated it like everything else. Now it is almost like my bible (ironically it has an Old and New Testament )

You should read it because it is actually amazing and profound. When you start you can't understand what it's like later and this is why you should just believe in people who recommend it and tough it out because it might be way better than the things you already like. This is why you should read it, because it may be the best thing you've ever read even if you don't like it at first. SAO was like that for me. I hated it at first because of its popularity and then I loved it. Just try it. I give you an A+++ recommendation...
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Usually seeing too many similar looking or same sex characters on the cover is a deterrent for me. That usually indicates to me that only one of these characters is important and this show contains a lot of supporting characters with little to do with the show as a whole. Whether that's accurate or not Who knows, but it's just one method I use.

Another is the color/art style. I look for things that tell me this show has "serious" elements to it. Or I just say F it and watch FLCL again.
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Watch AMVs, they make the worst anime look amazing. Which might just give you the push you need to watch series you normally wouldn't.
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The other thing I recommend doing to watch a show is to spoil yourself a bit to the plot if it's long and if you like it then to watch it. Just read the plot synopsis for what happens and if it sounds epic then watch it. You'll probably like it. I did that with Index and with other shows, but Index is just so good that spoiling the plot doesn't make the reading/watching any worse. I recommend trying that.

Here are some other reasons to watch To aru Majutsu no Index:

Well here are some epic arcs: 7500 heroes fighting because their sense of justice is screwed up to protect a girl. Angels fighting humans. A civil War. World War III. Another possible World War. A magic God trying to destroy the world. A villain who has a 40 km long sword. People who move 2 times the speed of sound. Someone who can fire a railgun 3 times the speed of sounds. People who can hundreds of people at once. A "utopian" city full of terrible darkness. Human experimentation. The list of ridiculously crazy things goes on and on...

You should do that and watch AMVS. These are both really good techniques to get into series you just can't bring yourself to watch. If it's a really good series, then you'll like it even after the plot is spoiled. Then it's kind of like rewatching it.
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