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Acrylia Studded Cloak  
 

QUEST ITEM
Slot: BACK
AC: 7
STR: +3 DEX: +5 WIS: +10
WT: 0.5 Size: MEDIUM
Class: ALL except NEC WIZ MAG ENC
Race: ALL
Slot 1, Type 7 (General: Group)
Item Type:Armor
Stackable:No
Merchant Value:1 pp 4 gp 0 sp 0 cp
Tribute:882
Lucy Entry By:Kheldar
Updated By:Bara
Source:Live
Updated:Thu Oct 9th, 2008
Shadows of Luclin Required: Yes


Average Price: No Data Pricing Data...
Rarity: Common
Level to Attain: 1

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Acrylia Farming
# Feb 19 2003 at 5:03 PM Rating: Good
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Rather then wasting blocks and bricks by converting them to bits (one block only makes 2 bits, a rip off) make a deal with a local smith. They often need blocks to make acrylia plate armor. I have a smith friend and what we do is trade blocks and bricks for peices. He gives me 6 peices for a block, 3 for a large brick. This way he gets the blocks he needs and I get the bits I need. We usually farm at different times and in different area's so we're not competeing for mobs either. A very effecient system.
Good luck.

Novaa Starshine 58th Druid of Karana
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How to get Acrylia
# Jan 27 2003 at 9:01 PM Rating: Excellent
3 posts
I know that finding acrylia is ridiculously difficult, but I came up with a few ways to get some and get my skill up. One of the best ways is to have guild members farm them for you. If any guild memeber gives me 8 bricks or 16 pieces, I give them a piece of their choice. I also keep my eyes peeled for people in the bazaar selling acrylia, then make the same offer to them as well.
I've also used my 51 druid to organize "Acrylia Raids". I sheppard a group of high 20's and low 30's to the Tenebrous Mountains, then keep them alive while they kill Grimlings. At the end of the session, collect all the acrylia, then have the kiddies roll to see who gets to have a custom made item. The ones who don't win split the cash loot items like windstones and other gems, and the end up with good EXP to boot. Everybody goes home happy, especially the lucky one who just got himself a new Acrylia Studded item worth 1k!

Wakkyweed
51 Wanderer
Circle of Nephilim
Bristlebane
Price Dropping
# Sep 04 2002 at 5:31 PM Rating: Decent
I bought one of these for my druid on the Morrell-Thule server the other day for 800pp. I think its a great deal for a 10 wisdom cloak with the bonus stats. The high quantity in the bazaar seems to be dropping the price to 1k pp or sometimes lower.


Edited, Wed Sep 4 18:18:59 2002
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Validar Naturrewalker
55 Druid of Discordians
Morell-Thule Server
bazaar Supply
# Aug 21 2002 at 9:07 AM Rating: Decent
with the impliment of the Bazaar. Sales of the cloaks have made the values drop. I cannot sell a cloak for more than 1200 plat on The Rathe server. 4 to 5 hours of hunting. not farming, I still gain Exp from the Hoppers and Ore dropping mobs. I have grown poor and frusterated with tailoring. I have spent high amounts of coins to improve my skills yet my skill improvement is growing maddeningly slow. To those folks that need this cloak or other high end tailor skilled items, buy it from a tailor. save yourself some time and coins, dont learn tailoring. Being undersold by other merchants who are already too wealthy to speak is just too frusterating and if i could, I would start over and choose a less frusterating skill, like jewelry crafting which i can buy all the ingrediance at one vendor. maybe even smithing. heck Brewing would be better! ::mutters something about Qeynos Afternoon Tea::

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Got Very Lucky!!
# Aug 11 2002 at 6:41 PM Rating: Default
Just to let everyone know that it is possible to get one of these fairly cheap, I paid 1500pp for mine on Torvo. I would'nt sell it for 10k though! :D

Edited, Sun Aug 11 19:32:55 2002
Acrylia
# May 26 2002 at 2:28 AM Rating: Decent
I don't know if it's something new they added with one of the many recent patches, but I've looted acrylia off of the tribal lookouts, workers, etc in Dawnshroud Peaks, same place for the rockhoppers. I still need to get a butt ton more but I'm working on it. =) Happy Hunting!

Edited, Sun May 26 03:19:26 2002
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Tread Lifewind
65th Season Archon
Karana Server
re-hash
# Apr 23 2002 at 7:30 AM Rating: Good
superb rockhopper hide, paeala bark tannin
(brewed), pattern, acrylia studs in the following
amounts:



mask - 1 stud
belt, bracer, gorget - 2 studs
cap, shoulderpad, sleeves - 3 studs
boots, cloak, gloves, pants - 4 studs
tunic - 5 studs

WAR, CLR, PAL, RNG, SHD, DRU, MNK, BRD,
ROG, SHM, BST; ALL

mask: AC 5, WIS 5, CHA 5, wt 0.1
gorget: AC 6, STR 5, WIS 3, 0.2
bracer: AC 6, DEX 4, sv magic 2, wt
0.3
belt: AC 6, STR 2, STA 2, AGI 5, wt
0.3
shoulderpads AC 6, STA 5, AGI 3, wt
0.4
boots AC 7, STR 4, DEX 6, STA 9, wt
0.7
gloves AC 7, STR 6, DEX 6, wt 0.4
cloak AC 7, STR 3, DEX 5, WIS 10, wt
0.5
cap AC 7, DEX 4, AGI 4, sv magic 4,
wt 0.2
sleeves AC 7, STR 4, STA 5, WIS 4, wt
0.4
leggings AC 8, STA 6, WIS 4, DEX 4,
wt 0.6
tunic AC 11, STR 8, DEX 12, WIS 8, wt
0.7
hopper hides
# Apr 08 2002 at 1:23 AM Rating: Decent
3 posts
If anyone on the nameless need any rockhopperhides any kind send me a tell i have tons in the bank the names cruzer
Hiero cloak
# Apr 06 2002 at 1:07 PM Rating: Default
2 posts
Hmmm, /thinks to himself, i will just keep my Hierophants Cloak. Hehe
Betzell
Tarew Marr
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acrylia studs
# Apr 02 2002 at 11:40 AM Rating: Excellent
19 posts
What is lacking here is how to make the studs and is the hard part. I'm not a smith nor have any other skills so it took me awhile on eqtraders.com to sort out the jibberish.
You need "Small pieces of Acrylia" or something like that. Small and large blocks can't be used and sadly, those are abundant in the grimling mines. Two pieces to make an acrylia bit and 3 bits to make 2 studs. This cloak requires 4 studs and a superb quality rockhopper hide... and something brewed and a pattern. I think I'll just buy one for 3k ;)

Edited, Tue Apr 2 11:37:19 2002
RE: acrylia studs
# Jun 25 2002 at 11:52 PM Rating: Decent
29 posts
The "Smithing Chisel", buyable at most smithy vendors, will break down as follows:

1 Block -> 1 Large Brick -> 1 Small Brick -> 2 Small Pieces

So don't go selling those blocks/bricks, keep them and use the chisel to break them down to 2 pieces.
YOu poor people
# Mar 06 2002 at 9:18 PM Rating: Default
1 post
Jeese I had no idea how INCREDIBLY expensive items were on other servers! I am on Povar, and you can buy the Studded Acrylia Cloak for a Whopping, mind blowing 1-1.5k, not to mention, people are selling supplies like crazy.
Recipe
# Mar 06 2002 at 6:06 PM Rating: Excellent
29 posts
*acrylia studded armor superb rockhopper hide, paeala bark tannin (brewed), pattern, acrylia studs in the following amounts:



mask - 1 stud
belt, bracer, gorget - 2 studs
cap, shoulderpad, sleeves - 3 studs
boots, cloak, gloves, pants - 4 studs
tunic - 5 studs
WAR, CLR, PAL, RNG, SHD, DRU, MNK, BRD, ROG, SHM, BST; ALL

mask: AC 5, WIS 5, CHA 5, wt 0.1
gorget: AC 6, STR 5, WIS 3, 0.2
bracer: AC 6, DEX 4, sv magic 2, wt 0.3
belt: AC 6, STR 2, STA 2, AGI 5, wt 0.3
shoulderpads AC 6, STA 5, AGI 3, wt 0.4
boots AC 7, STR 4, DEX 6, STA 9, wt 0.7
gloves AC 7, STR 6, DEX 6, wt 0.4
cloak AC 7, STR 3, DEX 5, WIS 10, wt 0.5
cap AC 7, DEX 4, AGI 4, sv magic 4, wt 0.2
sleeves AC 7, STR 4, STA 5, WIS 4, wt 0.4
leggings AC 8, STA 6, WIS 4, DEX 4, wt 0.6
tunic AC 11, STR 8, DEX 12, WIS 8, wt 0.7

trivial: 188
Acrylia pieces
# Feb 19 2002 at 5:36 PM Rating: Default
17 posts
How much are stacks of acrylia being sold for? Might be easier to buy the pieces then to farm them.
this was SOO easy
# Feb 19 2002 at 12:44 AM Rating: Default
6 posts
This was the best cloak my friend ever got and it took my friend about 5 min (LOOK AT SOME VENDERS SOME PPL SELL TO THEM! LOL) I don't know y you guys have havein lots of trouble w/ it but my friend has 250 tailoring skills and he didn't fail =) so he has it and now i want it hehe

Edited, Thu Feb 28 13:45:07 2002
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Dattas Moonchaser
lvl/class: 46 Druid
Diety: Karana
Server: Fennin Ro
RE: this was SOO easy
# Jun 11 2002 at 6:04 PM Rating: Default
Scholar
49 posts
If you had a "friend" with 250 tailoring, and you don't already have one, I'd start wondering exactly how good of a friend you had.

JMHO
#xanastik, Posted: Feb 18 2002 at 5:15 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) i Just bought one of these babies on veeshan server for 4k =) 2/18/02 nice cloak 10 wis lets me drop other wis items and get some hp/mana items 8)
Better than the reinforced
# Feb 06 2002 at 10:46 AM Rating: Decent
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As the title says, I find it odd that the studded cloak is better than the reinforced. Any class wanting wisdom would certainly sacrifice 2ac and a few other minor stats for 5 wisdom. Any melee, including hybrids, should have a higher ac cloak than either of these. This cloak is wonderful for pure wis casters, where the reinforced is just a bit better than a molten cloak. As I said, odd.
confused
# Jan 29 2002 at 6:09 AM Rating: Default
34 posts
I still dont understand if this is tailored or smithed, and why would blocks be used for tailoring? Also where did you learn how to make the stuff? i cant find a sight.
RE: confused
# Aug 20 2002 at 3:28 PM Rating: Excellent
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EQ Traders

The best site out there for Tradeskills.
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RE: confused
# Feb 06 2002 at 10:50 AM Rating: Good
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The cloak is tailored, but the studs need to be smithed out of acrylia, which is dropped by mobs.
#janesko, Posted: Jan 29 2002 at 6:08 AM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post)
acrylia
# Jan 28 2002 at 1:03 PM Rating: Decent
24 posts
what mobs drop the acrylia besides the grimling runner please post if you know
RE: acrylia
# Apr 28 2002 at 9:32 AM Rating: Decent
4 posts
the laborer drops the ore as well, she drops it more then the others, but still very rare
RE: acrylia
# Mar 11 2002 at 5:01 AM Rating: Decent
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Critters that drop Acrylia blocks, sm. blocks, lg. blocks, and pieces: Grimlings. Runner, orefinders, foremen, geomancers... Seems to be a fairly rare drop, good luck
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RE: acrylia
# Apr 18 2002 at 3:10 PM Rating: Decent
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The Grol Baku, Cral ligi and Meeda Hune wandering around can drop them too
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Celestial Navigators
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Not as easy as it sounds
# Jan 26 2002 at 2:33 AM Rating: Default
3 posts
I'm a master tailor. 200. And I've camped this stuff for the cloak. It takes about 2 hours if you're lucky, getting constant drops from the ONE mob in the ENTIRE zone that drops it with any frequency. And then you gotta defend the camp from other, more greedy folks. You get lucky and only spend 2 hours for one try. Great and dandy. Then ya gotta get the skins. Better have a decent group or be high level. Those rockhoppers hit hard and it's easy to get adds. You might be able to just buy the skins off of people hunting them for XP, but I doubt it. And the superb skins are a lot rarer than the flawless skins. Expect 2 more hours per skin. So we're looking at 4 hours total to make one cloak. And that's if you can get the acrylia camp. I'm sorry, but I'll never let one of these babies go for less than 10K. Now if someone ELSE wants to put in the time and energy to get everything, then spend time to hunt down high leveled tailors, by all means do it yourself. But if you want one on MY server, you're gonna shell out. Big.
Nice cloak
# Jan 22 2002 at 11:01 PM Rating: Decent
12 posts
This is a great cloak. Of that there is no doubt, I am however a little upset that the trivial is set so low on a item like this though. If Tangurena post is correct and the trivial is 188 for the acrylia studded, it makes smithing almost completely pointless. I have to go through hell and high water to make imbued Field plate and, compared to this, it sucks. The stats on the imbued cloak (Rodcet Nife) are AC 11, +4 Wis, +2 Sta, +2 Cha. The trivial on it is somewhere in the 240 area.

I do indeed realize the AC difference, but c'mon, doesn't it seem just a bit unbalanced? Just my opinion.

The preturbed human smith...
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Priestess of Rodcet Nife
Innoruuk Server
RE: Nice cloak
# Jan 23 2002 at 10:53 AM Rating: Decent
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I agree that the trivial level of this item is surprisingly low for the stats it has....But.....

Have you tried to collect Acrylia yet? All I hear about is people getting enough acrylia for 4 (That's four) attempts in 6-8 hours of camping. And those that are farming this for sale are asking big plat for it.

I would honestly agree with the price that is listed on this item. It seems that Verant has handicapped this item by allowing a low triv on it, but nerfing the components, making them as hard to get as some of the High-end items themselves.
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RE: Nice cloak
# Jan 22 2002 at 11:20 PM Rating: Excellent
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As a master smith and decent tailor, I certainly see your point. My main character is a cleric, and I sure as heck would choose this over the imbued armor, particularly since his deity is Mithaniel Marr, so he only gets 2 wis. What is the loss of 4 ac, when this has 8 more wis. On the up side, if this trivials at 188, then I can still attain my goal of becoming a grandmaster smith, and make these as well.

Xaanru
Master smith (179 skill and rising)
Tailor of fine backpacks (88 skill)
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RE: Nice cloak
# Jan 23 2002 at 7:21 AM Rating: Decent
10 posts
I agree with you but for one thing...Tailoring takes a lot more effort to raise as a skill. I think it's pretty well balanced the way it is. One more thing, as the last tailoring patch is much newer than the last smithing patch, the items should be better considering the general equipment quality rise.

Edited, Wed Jan 23 06:24:13 2002
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RE: Nice cloak
# Jan 23 2002 at 9:24 AM Rating: Decent
12 posts
I fully agree with you that tailoring is a much more difficult tradeskill to master; finding all the pelts and such. But, in a tradeoff, smithing is mindnumbingly expensive. Now, correct me if I'm wrong, but tailoring isn't really a expensive tradeskill is it? I'm not much of a tailor (only to make leather padding) so don't flame me, but aren't most of the patterns a plat or less?

I'm crossing my fingers and praying you're right about possible new recipes coming out for smithing. There seems to be quite a bridge that needs to be crossed in balancing the value of the two tradeskills.
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Priestess of Rodcet Nife
Innoruuk Server
cost of tayloring
# Jan 30 2002 at 1:08 PM Rating: Decent
26 posts
Heh. Take it from someone who's been there.

250 jewler -very expencive, as each faiulre eats about 100+ plat at high end-
162 taylor -more expencive, as each try takes about 50 plat, and you usually fail due to 250 triv rate-
175 smith -cake-, and not to hard to go further compared to tayloring. I just had a spare 8 hours and decided to become a smith.
128 tinker -glaringly expencive- and ya gotta be a gnome. your looking at 40k easy to get to 140.

I bake, and fletch, and potter all over 100. all these skills are jokes.

Tyaloring is worse than all the rest put togeather. In the time and money I have spent to get to a 162 taylor, I could be where I am in all my other skills 3 times over.
#kitkoran, Posted: Jan 27 2002 at 1:20 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) TO CONTRARY BELIEF TAILORING IS THE WORST SKILL TO WORK ON IN HISTORY...IVE BEEN WORKING THIS SKILL FOREVER AND IT TAKES MANY MANY HOURS TO GET THE COMPONENTS NEEDED TO RAISE SKILL WHICH DOES NOT COME OFTEN..AS FOR MATERIAL PRICES WELL IN THE UNDER 140 SKILL CATAGORY VERY CHEAP..AFTER THAT YOUR TALKING BIG BUCKS..THE HIGHER LEVEL TAILORING REQUIRES MUCH PLAT..THE SKINS NEEDED CAN BE CAMPED BUT AS FOR SOME OF THE THE OTHER MATERIALS THEY HAVE TO BE PURCHASED LIKE THE THREADS..PLATINUM THREAD CAN COST YOU UP TO 150+ PER ATTEMPT..THATS ALOT CONSIDERING FAILURE RATE UNDER 200 IS 9 OF 10 ATTEMPTS AND THE SKILL RAISE FOR THOSE ATTEMPTS IS PROBABLY 1 IN 25 ATTEMPTS..ADD THAT UP AND WHEW EXPENSIVE..NOW CONSIDERING THE SKILL NEEDED TO GET THE ITEMS MADE..THE HOURS AMONG HOURS IT TAKES TO GET THE COMPONENTS SINCE ALL TAILORING SUPPLIES HAVE TO BE CAMPED OR FORAGED OR MADE, YOU CAN SEE THE RARITY OF THESE ITEMS AND WHY IT COSTS SO MUCH AND WHY THE STATS ARE MUCH BETTER THAN THE THE SMITHED ARMOR.. JUST MY 2CP
RE: Nice cloak
# May 31 2002 at 7:19 PM Rating: Decent
9 posts
You go Blind working those fine threads...caps are annoying here and in EQ...just my 2cp
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RE: Nice cloak
# Aug 20 2002 at 3:23 PM Rating: Excellent
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First, please hit that nice key named caps lock once, then, do proper sentences with periods at the end. Once you will have learned this, you will be able to post on these boards...

I do agree with you though, Tailoring is very very very hard and expensive / time consuming to get up.
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RE: Nice cloak
# Jan 23 2002 at 9:39 AM Rating: Excellent
Actually, tailoring can be VERY expensive unless you're willing to farm the majority of the componets yourself.. even then it takes a lot of time.

For high end tailoring (like the dreaded Wu's) you have to have vials of mana from enchanters and the ingredients alone can cost you a prohibitive amount. In order to raise my skill in tailoring from 148 to 153 cost roughly 1K in componets (with a 221 wisdom) and that was mostly spent of the vials of viscious mana (with no charge to cast the spell from a friend).

While not as expensive as jewelcrafting, it take a lot more time than smithing does often requiring days of farming to build up the supplies needed to get a good number of attempts accomplished (and don't even get me started on the rarity of the velious componets).

Edited, Wed Jan 23 08:39:55 2002
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RE: Nice cloak
# Mar 03 2002 at 11:23 AM Rating: Decent
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I disagree, i took JC to 200 in one day, it cost me 4k, I took tailoring to 200 in about a year cast me close to 60k just to get there, i have spent another 80 to 100k just to get from 200 to 212 you see velium has to be smithed with a 26pp component and some of the velious armors that it used to take to raise skill with use many studs/bonings making it 50pp plus on a combine or for the vial of xxxx mana and the thread you need 500pp per combine, high end Tailoring (WU's is not high end) costs a lot of pp, it has to be the most expensive trade skill in the game, just for the velium temper it takes you to raise to 250 will not even compare to what it would cost you to raise skill to 250 in all other tradeskill combined
Recipie/Cap?
# Jan 22 2002 at 9:29 PM Rating: Decent
10 posts
Anyone know the skill cap/ recepie for this? the cap is probably 250 but thats my guess
RE: Recipe?
# Jan 22 2002 at 9:58 PM Rating: Good
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Visit http://www.eqtraders.com for your tradeskill recipes. Acryllia studded recipes trivial at 188.
Acrylia ore
# Jan 22 2002 at 9:01 PM Rating: Decent
3 posts
I thought I saw acrylia ore being sold in Katta Castellem. Not what players would have sold to a vendor but a vendor who has it stocked, ore, bars, etc.
price
# Jan 22 2002 at 8:18 PM Rating: Decent
I make them on Terris Thule, at a rate of maybe 3 per played day, and they sell as hi as 11k
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RE: price
# Jan 23 2002 at 10:58 AM Rating: Decent
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If you could post the recipe and where the ingredients can be found I and a lot of other people would be very grateful :)

Edited, Wed Jan 23 09:58:06 2002
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RE: price
# Aug 20 2002 at 3:17 PM Rating: Excellent
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EQ Traders' Tailoring Recipes.

Enjoy.
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Yummy
# Jan 22 2002 at 7:05 PM Rating: Decent
21 posts
Druids, shammy's or clerics love this. :)
RE: Yummy
# Jan 22 2002 at 7:27 PM Rating: Decent
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True, but with the drop rates on Acrylia pieces being so low, I'm gonna bet that it's gonna have a hefty price tag.
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