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The Red Walker
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Posted - 20 Aug 2012 :  18:36:32  Show Profile  Send The Red Walker a Yahoo! Message Send The Red Walker a Private Message  Reply with Quote  Delete Topic
Well met

This being a collective scroll of any questions the Scribes and visitors of Candlekeep wish to put to a renowned author of the Realms, namely - Erin M Evans, whos works include: The God Catcher and Brimstone Angels.

Present your questions herein and check back to see what news may also come forth from the quill of this author.

A little nonsense now and then, relished by the wisest men - Willy Wonka

"We need men who can dream of things that never were." -

John F. Kennedy, speech in Dublin, Ireland, June 28, 1963

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The Red Walker
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Posted - 20 Aug 2012 :  19:22:37  Show Profile  Send The Red Walker a Yahoo! Message Send The Red Walker a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Erin, thank you for participating in the Candlekeep seminar. It was very nice to see all the designers and authors take time at the end of a long day to share with us!

And what a cute little one, congratulations on that. We are looking forward to your next novel.

Will the changes in novel focus to smaller footprints in the realms have any effect on anything you were planning for future works? I'm thinking it suits your perfectly as your writing is rich with well formed, interesting characters.

A little nonsense now and then, relished by the wisest men - Willy Wonka

"We need men who can dream of things that never were." -

John F. Kennedy, speech in Dublin, Ireland, June 28, 1963

Edited by - The Red Walker on 20 Aug 2012 19:25:39
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ErinMEvans
Forgotten Realms Author

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Posted - 20 Aug 2012 :  20:28:40  Show Profile  Visit ErinMEvans's Homepage Send ErinMEvans a Private Message  Reply with Quote
It was great to be there (even if we ended up being terribly late). I was telling Erik SdB that was the most cheerful I'd seen my little guy all week--he loved looking out at the crowd (and also playing with Ed's beard; I wish I'd gotten a picture of that).

quote:
Will the changes in novel focus to smaller footprints in the realms have any effect on anything you were planning for future works? I'm thinking it suits your perfectly as your writing is rich with well formed, interesting characters.


Thanks! In general what I like to do is focus on the "human" side of the story, the relationships between characters and the conflicts that arise from them. I've said I write "fantasy soap opera" but James Wyatt says we need to think of a better, less polarizing description for it.

But I do like to do that on a backdrop of much bigger issues (e.g. xorvintaal and the machinations of the Hells) without--and this is key, IMO--solving them. I really hope that what I do with what I think of as "setting conflict" seeds more adventure and story possibilities than it solves (for example, the end of Brimstone Angels basically leads right into the NWCG) I think the Sundering is a dream project in that respect, and going forward the shift will keep me focused on the part I love best--characters! I do think that they'll let me keep...let's say "brushing up against" those bigger powers, but

Actually when they first asked me, I remember (after expressing how flattered and pleased I was) making absolutely sure that they were not expecting me to move armies and make nations and release terrible new monsters. Because I cannot write that book and no one wants to read my version of it. :p

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The Red Walker
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Posted - 20 Aug 2012 :  20:46:05  Show Profile  Send The Red Walker a Yahoo! Message Send The Red Walker a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by ErinMEvans

It was great to be there (even if we ended up being terribly late). I was telling Erik SdB that was the most cheerful I'd seen my little guy all week--he loved looking out at the crowd (and also playing with Ed's beard; I wish I'd gotten a picture of that).

quote:
Will the changes in novel focus to smaller footprints in the realms have any effect on anything you were planning for future works? I'm thinking it suits your perfectly as your writing is rich with well formed, interesting characters.


Thanks! In general what I like to do is focus on the "human" side of the story, the relationships between characters and the conflicts that arise from them. I've said I write "fantasy soap opera" but James Wyatt says we need to think of a better, less polarizing description for it.

But I do like to do that on a backdrop of much bigger issues (e.g. xorvintaal and the machinations of the Hells) without--and this is key, IMO--solving them. I really hope that what I do with what I think of as "setting conflict" seeds more adventure and story possibilities than it solves (for example, the end of Brimstone Angels basically leads right into the NWCG) I think the Sundering is a dream project in that respect, and going forward the shift will keep me focused on the part I love best--characters! I do think that they'll let me keep...let's say "brushing up against" those bigger powers, but

Actually when they first asked me, I remember (after expressing how flattered and pleased I was) making absolutely sure that they were not expecting me to move armies and make nations and release terrible new monsters. Because I cannot write that book and no one wants to read my version of it. :p



You picked something out of my mind I wanted to ask you about....Xorvintaal.

Is that something you might touch on again....that prologue for The God Catcher was amazing....and I seem to remember The Hooded One telling me here, that it intrigued Ed as well, he thought it had endless possibilities.

And your little guy pulling on Ed's beard was sweet....I actually thought about snapping a pic, but then Ed pulled a few faces and got your guy giggling and I totally forgot too!

A little nonsense now and then, relished by the wisest men - Willy Wonka

"We need men who can dream of things that never were." -

John F. Kennedy, speech in Dublin, Ireland, June 28, 1963
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The Sage
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I see the Red Walker has ably opened this scroll for you, Erin. Good. I look forward to any future commentary from your quill. [Though, I apologise for not opening it sooner. The time difference between the US and Australia was likely to blame -- simply, I was asleep.]

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quote:
Originally posted by The Sage

I see the Red Walker has ably opened this scroll for you, Erin. Good. I look forward to any future commentary from your quill. [Though, I apologise for not opening it sooner. The time difference between the US and Australia was likely to blame -- simply, I was asleep.]



What, no comment about me approving it?

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The Red Walker
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quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert

quote:
Originally posted by The Sage

I see the Red Walker has ably opened this scroll for you, Erin. Good. I look forward to any future commentary from your quill. [Though, I apologise for not opening it sooner. The time difference between the US and Australia was likely to blame -- simply, I was asleep.]



What, no comment about me approving it?



From Sage :

Wooly, Thanks for approving the scroll, I was stuck in an inverse SageTime loop, exacerbated by my Receiving a call on SagePhone, which made me forget to set SageDvr and I didn't record Dr Who, so I had to create a SageFlix account in order to view it at my leisure on my SageTv, whereupon it's SageScreen flickered leading me to do a complete overhaul of my obviously malfunctioning SageGenerator, which prompted me to realize that the SageOrator probably had not maintained its proper cooling levels and allowed my planned dinner of leftover SageZagna to spoil and precipitated my needing to fall back on a poor substitute of a slightly freezer burnt SagePocket, nuked in my SageOwave, which led to an unforeseen super heated core, precipitating my grabbing a SageCube to numb my burnt tongue which then prevented my SageVoice interface from recognizing my Speech and I was not able to interface with SagePC without using my fingers which led to me rapidly forming a blister on my under utilized mouse finger which led me to search for a Band aid and SageBiotic creme which of course was found later that month in my SageFiles under T, for Things that could happen if Erin M Evans ever answers my email, obviously.

Well he might say something like that

A little nonsense now and then, relished by the wisest men - Willy Wonka

"We need men who can dream of things that never were." -

John F. Kennedy, speech in Dublin, Ireland, June 28, 1963

Edited by - The Red Walker on 21 Aug 2012 05:31:44
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ErinMEvans
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Posted - 21 Aug 2012 :  05:40:53  Show Profile  Visit ErinMEvans's Homepage Send ErinMEvans a Private Message  Reply with Quote
No worries, Sage. I never begrudge anyone sleep.

And thanks for the scroll approval, Wooly.

quote:
You picked something out of my mind I wanted to ask you about....Xorvintaal.

Is that something you might touch on again....that prologue for The God Catcher was amazing....and I seem to remember The Hooded One telling me here, that it intrigued Ed as well, he thought it had endless possibilities.


Perhaps. The cool thing about xorvintaal is that it could look like anything. A play could be something so subtle and far ahead that it just looks like a slightly odd occurrence to the people watching...unless someone notices something's out of place and starts digging around.

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The Sage
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quote:
Originally posted by The Red Walker

quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert

quote:
Originally posted by The Sage

I see the Red Walker has ably opened this scroll for you, Erin. Good. I look forward to any future commentary from your quill. [Though, I apologise for not opening it sooner. The time difference between the US and Australia was likely to blame -- simply, I was asleep.]



What, no comment about me approving it?



From Sage :

Wooly, Thanks for approving the scroll, I was stuck in an inverse SageTime loop, exacerbated by my Receiving a call on SagePhone, which made me forget to set SageDvr and I didn't record Dr Who, so I had to create a SageFlix account in order to view it at my leisure on my SageTv, whereupon it's SageScreen flickered leading me to do a complete overhaul of my obviously malfunctioning SageGenerator, which prompted me to realize that the SageOrator probably had not maintained its proper cooling levels and allowed my planned dinner of leftover SageZagna to spoil and precipitated my needing to fall back on a poor substitute of a slightly freezer burnt SagePocket, nuked in my SageOwave, which led to an unforeseen super heated core, precipitating my grabbing a SageCube to numb my burnt tongue which then prevented my SageVoice interface from recognizing my Speech and I was not able to interface with SagePC without using my fingers which led to me rapidly forming a blister on my under utilized mouse finger which led me to search for a Band aid and SageBiotic creme which of course was found later that month in my SageFiles under T, for Things that could happen if Erin M Evans ever answers my email, obviously.

Well he might say something like that

And, uncannily, SageZagna is actually one of my favourite dishes!

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Wooly Rupert
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quote:
Originally posted by The Red Walker

quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert

quote:
Originally posted by The Sage

I see the Red Walker has ably opened this scroll for you, Erin. Good. I look forward to any future commentary from your quill. [Though, I apologise for not opening it sooner. The time difference between the US and Australia was likely to blame -- simply, I was asleep.]



What, no comment about me approving it?



From Sage :

Wooly, Thanks for approving the scroll, I was stuck in an inverse SageTime loop, exacerbated by my Receiving a call on SagePhone, which made me forget to set SageDvr and I didn't record Dr Who, so I had to create a SageFlix account in order to view it at my leisure on my SageTv, whereupon it's SageScreen flickered leading me to do a complete overhaul of my obviously malfunctioning SageGenerator, which prompted me to realize that the SageOrator probably had not maintained its proper cooling levels and allowed my planned dinner of leftover SageZagna to spoil and precipitated my needing to fall back on a poor substitute of a slightly freezer burnt SagePocket, nuked in my SageOwave, which led to an unforeseen super heated core, precipitating my grabbing a SageCube to numb my burnt tongue which then prevented my SageVoice interface from recognizing my Speech and I was not able to interface with SagePC without using my fingers which led to me rapidly forming a blister on my under utilized mouse finger which led me to search for a Band aid and SageBiotic creme which of course was found later that month in my SageFiles under T, for Things that could happen if Erin M Evans ever answers my email, obviously.

Well he might say something like that




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Ergont
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Posted - 15 Sep 2012 :  09:58:31  Show Profile  Visit Ergont's Homepage  Send Ergont an ICQ Message Send Ergont a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hello, Erin.
I have some questions about Bryseis Kakistos, Brimstone Angel himself.
I've already tried to google some information but failed. Could you possibly shed some light on this character? Why "Brimstone Angel"? Was he bad or good/villain or hero? Why such a little amount of heirs?
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ErinMEvans
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quote:
Originally posted by Ergont

Hello, Erin.
I have some questions about Bryseis Kakistos, Brimstone Angel himself.
I've already tried to google some information but failed. Could you possibly shed some light on this character? Why "Brimstone Angel"? Was he bad or good/villain or hero? Why such a little amount of heirs?


Good questions! Fortunately or unfortunately, many of the answers are important to Farideh's story, so I don't want to spoil them. Lesser Evils will cover a good chunk. I suspect more will come out in The Adversary (I *suspect* because it's not finished yet).

But I can answer one, at least partly: Bryseis Kakistos was a woman, so one reason she doesn't have many heirs is that she didn't have many kids in the first place (pregnancy is sort of tricky to balance against a Oact Infernal with the king of the Nine Hells. )

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Erik Scott de Bie
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Posted - 16 Sep 2012 :  22:27:45  Show Profile  Visit Erik Scott de Bie's Homepage  Send Erik Scott de Bie an AOL message Send Erik Scott de Bie a Private Message  Reply with Quote
No question from me, but let me just say it's about time this scroll appeared!

Also: Yay Erin!

That is all.

Cheers

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Ergont
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Posted - 17 Sep 2012 :  06:42:52  Show Profile  Visit Ergont's Homepage  Send Ergont an ICQ Message Send Ergont a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Thanks, Erin. I didn't even suspect that it is SHE.)
The point is that I'm admin of Russian analogue of o-love.net and we have our own bibliography there. Of course we are need to translate titles of books. And when I came across "Brimstone Angels" I had a little problem. I suspected there word-play and that's why our variant was "Angels with smell of brimstone", because "Brimstone" as adjective in such a pair in Russian language sounds bad.
That's why I tried to figure out and ask you.)
=============
I'm sorry I'm not good in English as native speakers.
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Will we see the return of Lorcan in the next novel? I had a soft spot for him

Sweet water and light laughter
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ErinMEvans
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Posted - 18 Sep 2012 :  19:11:00  Show Profile  Visit ErinMEvans's Homepage Send ErinMEvans a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Ergont

Thanks, Erin. I didn't even suspect that it is SHE.)
The point is that I'm admin of Russian analogue of o-love.net and we have our own bibliography there. Of course we are need to translate titles of books. And when I came across "Brimstone Angels" I had a little problem. I suspected there word-play and that's why our variant was "Angels with smell of brimstone", because "Brimstone" as adjective in such a pair in Russian language sounds bad.
That's why I tried to figure out and ask you.)


Ah! Gotcha.

So the title actually came first, and the nickname after. It's not wordplay so much as a pairing of evocative words that got me away from my terrible, terrible back-up title.

BUT I did find it's a term used at least one place, in a book about American Protestantism, to describe these constructions that a particularly shady preacher built of fireworks, that he'd then pass off as "angels." They looked like something miraculous, but they were just ordinary. And kind of dangerous, it sounds like.

So...this makes me think of a possible interpretation of the title as being something like "Angels Made of Brimstone"--something that looks like one thing, but on a base level represents another? Does that work in Russian?


quote:
I'm sorry I'm not good in English as native speakers.



Considering I had no idea English wasn't your first language, I'm going to say you're pretty good. :) I've heard that translating between English and Russian can be hard (and kind of fun) because of the differences in wordplay specifically. Like puns are big in english? But Russian does funny things with tense that don't come across? (I might be recalling this wrong...)

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ErinMEvans
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Posted - 18 Sep 2012 :  19:24:16  Show Profile  Visit ErinMEvans's Homepage Send ErinMEvans a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by CorellonsDevout

Will we see the return of Lorcan in the next novel? I had a soft spot for him



(Yay! )

Absolutely! Lorcan is possibly the second most important character in this series. You will see more of him in Lesser Evils and in The Adversary.

I love writing Lorcan but he's also a really difficult character to get right. So I'm always glad to hear that people like him and that effort's worth it.

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CorellonsDevout
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Awesome! I think you did a really good job with him, and I also liked the insight and glimpse you gave us of the Sixth Hell. Lorcan actually reminds me of a demonic character my friend and I created :) So I'm excited to see Lorcan pop up again!


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Ergont
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Posted - 19 Sep 2012 :  06:43:28  Show Profile  Visit Ergont's Homepage  Send Ergont an ICQ Message Send Ergont a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
So...this makes me think of a possible interpretation of the title as being something like "Angels Made of Brimstone"--something that looks like one thing, but on a base level represents another? Does that work in Russian?

Well, I found another variant in "World of Fantastic" magazine (Russian one) - they suggested to translate the title as "Angels from Hell" and thought that it would be a very good translation.
As for your suggestion... Brimstone means in Russian only chemical component. That's why it isn't work.
And "Angels from Hell" means good guys with bad roots/power/another stuff. I think that it will be appropriate variant, won't it?
quote:
Considering I had no idea English wasn't your first language, I'm going to say you're pretty good. :) I've heard that translating between English and Russian can be hard (and kind of fun) because of the differences in wordplay specifically. Like puns are big in english? But Russian does funny things with tense that don't come across? (I might be recalling this wrong...)

I read a lot of Forgotten Realms fiction (btw, our publishing houses are translating Salvatore books only and it makes me very sad) and, huh, translated "Ruins" by Lee Byers, "Murder in Cormyr" by Chet Williamson and, well, now I'm translating "Downshadow" by Eric Scott de Bie. It's not a business or something another - I just like to do it, share my translations with my friends and advertise FR setting and fiction in Russia. It's just a hobby.)
I'm 5thcourse student of some university and I'm studying to be an interpreter. That's why I have a lot of, mmm, "translating" practice but a little of speech one.(
As for translation from English into Russian... Well, there is very fun because puns are very hard sometimes. But when you find appropriate translation it is just a kind of little happiness.)
But I have some problem. When I'm reading an English book I can't help but think about "HOW TO TRANSLATE THIS?" and it is...distracting.(

Edited by - Ergont on 19 Sep 2012 06:43:59
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ErinMEvans
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Ergont, I missed this--I blame the toddler clinging to my leg, but only because he's too cute to be mad at! I think that's a great title--fits perfectly. :)

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Thought I'd add this to the thread: I am running a contest for the release of Lesser Evils! [url].http://slushlush.com/2012/10/lesser-evils-giveaway/

Entering is easy, just post the name of your favorite "evil" organization (I'm not judging the answers, so "selfish" "short-sighted" and "morally gray" are acceptable too; as are "loosely allied antagonists"!) in the comments of teh above blog post before December 1st. The prizes change depending on how many entries there are. Currently, there are 100 entries, which means the prizes are:

*One winner gets copies of Brimstone Angels and Lesser Evils and the second Waterdeep Omnibus, containing The God Catcher as well as City of the Dead by Rosemary Jones and Circle of Skulls by James P. Davis.
* Plus THREE additional winners get a copy of Lesser Evils or Brimstone Angels.

But if we get up to 120 entries, I will increase the prizes to:

*One person will win signed copies of Brimstone Angels, Lesser Evils, the second Waterdeep Omnibus (featuring The God Catcher), and a copy of Realms of the Dead, featuring the first appearance of Tam “the Shepherd” Zawad, among other great stories.
* Five additional people will win a copy of either Brimstone Angels or Lesser Evils.
* AND as a thank you to everyone who enters, I will release a cut scene from Lesser Evils!

So come on over and leave a comment!




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Ergont
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Posted - 07 Nov 2012 :  18:39:06  Show Profile  Visit Ergont's Homepage  Send Ergont an ICQ Message Send Ergont a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Erin, thank you for answer.)
I've posted on your contest. Is it all right that my organization from non-FR-world?
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ErinMEvans
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Posted - 07 Nov 2012 :  18:41:11  Show Profile  Visit ErinMEvans's Homepage Send ErinMEvans a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Ergont

Erin, thank you for answer.)
I've posted on your contest. Is it all right that my organization from non-FR-world?



Perfectly fine! The only requirement is that it is from a fictional source, not the real world. Thanks for entering!

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Lunarbeams
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Hey Erin,

How is my favorite contest going on villains orgs. I been trying to keep it up. It is truly fun contest. I may get around post blog what makes a good villain. Keep up the good work

"Software are easy to solve because they do not have egos. "
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ErinMEvans
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quote:
Originally posted by Lunarbeams

Hey Erin,

How is my favorite contest going on villains orgs. I been trying to keep it up. It is truly fun contest. I may get around post blog what makes a good villain. Keep up the good work



Great!

Just letting folks know there are 3 days left in the contest. The cut off is December 1st at 8:00 AM (Pacific!)

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Lunarbeams
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Which I better start writing.....

http://forum.candlekeep.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=17338

I will ad some later

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Edited by - Lunarbeams on 16 Dec 2012 16:00:45
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