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RE: Stimpak's New Maps - 1/29/2016 8:35:31 PM   
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Moving the Jever map from the Polish Faction thread to here.

Map and old .fp9
Fixed .fp9



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RE: Stimpak's New Maps - 2/29/2016 7:40:57 PM   
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With little else on my backlog, I think it's time to start working on yet another new map. There's a few candidates I have in mind, but my only restrictions are that they take place in NORTHAG.



One is the Wahlstedt-Bad Segeberg area. You can see an older, small map attempt here that used the trial version of Hexdraw. Now that I have access to better resources however, perhaps it can be remade and expanded...


Papenburg, with it's auto testing track, Ems crossings, and shipyard have been on my mind for awhile.

Maybe somewhere in the Ruhr... but I feel the Soviets would make a point of evading such a highly urbanized zone.

Maybe you guys could decide.

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RE: Stimpak's New Maps - 3/11/2016 10:25:31 PM   
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Decided upon Bad Segeberg.

Work was started roughly a week ago, may as well post current progress while I work out small issues:



Large portions of forest in the northern half are missing, as are the two towns of Wahlstedt and Bad Segeberg itself, capital of the district region.
The district, home garrison of the 6th PzG Division's 18th Panzer Brigade, supported by the 67th Jäger Battalion. It's primary garrison appears to be in the town of Boostedt, which is only 3 kilometers off-map from the northwest edge.
In the event of war, I could see these units deployed to the gap at Groß Gronau, between Lübeck and the Ratzeberger See, where Warsaw Pact forces likely would have been moving through. As the brigade is lightly equipped with Leopard 1A2s, their mission would likely involve screening tactics and convoy harassment, before falling back to a last stand in their garrisons within the Segeberg District.
For time I considered adding the Danish forces as an independent faction, but saw little need as they lack indigenous technology, and LANDJUT integrates them with the 6th Panzergrenadier Division regardless.

As for the Warsaw Pact forces, FCRS seems to send most of the local Soviet forces further south, with the 2nd Guards Tank Army fighting the British near Bad Bentheim, and the 3rd Red Banner army sort-of being everywhere. The only unit here, screening the northern flank of the 5th NVA (Who I sent on their 1983 attack plan through Lüneberg and Soltau) is the Soviet 94th GMRD. Any other early action here before the arrival of the Polish Front (Along with the NGF) would be airborne and naval brigade actions against Denmark itself. So as always, thinking up a scenario here will require some clever thinking...

Otherwise, I'll keep up on this map and hope to have it released sometime next week.

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RE: Stimpak's New Maps - 3/12/2016 2:22:22 AM   
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Nice use of shading and light there! If you want the darker areas of the water to blend into the light areas more, try a Gaussian blur on the dark areas.

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RE: Stimpak's New Maps - 3/12/2016 2:30:53 AM   
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I've just begun shading the riverbanks right now, I neglected them while my interest was drawn elsewhere. Thanks for the advice.

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RE: Stimpak's New Maps - 3/12/2016 11:07:36 AM   
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Very impressive. I love the farmlands background, forest shapes and the two-tone waters.

The elevation in the forested hills isn't as easy to read as in farmland; perhaps using a wider margin from the sloped hex sides, subtle variation of forest color (lumiosity) with elevation or wide hillshade on the W and SW downslopes make elevation stand out better.
Also wondering if the roads will fit in better with the terrain (and float less on top of it) when given same thin outline as the buildings and stream outline.

I'll stay tuned for further updates!

btw, wrt forces, have you considered an early landing from the USMC and USN air support?

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RE: Stimpak's New Maps - 3/12/2016 6:14:25 PM   
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AFAIK, USMC and USN assets would have been concentrated further north in Norway, Iceland, and possibly even raiding Soviet naval bases (eg. at Murmansk). Equipment of the LANDJUT seems to suggest more of a "Speedbump" role rather than trying to actually hold Denmark. The Soviets likely would have had a stranglehold on the Baltic with only NATO submarines targeting convoys there. Otherwise it's fair to assume that the vast majority of the naval weight would be thrown around protecting convoys in the GIUK gap.

Map has been updated with more roads and Wahlstedt. Northern bank was shaded (Pending adjustments). The roads appear to float above the map because they have shadows, which in hindsight may have not been the best idea



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RE: Stimpak's New Maps - 3/12/2016 10:33:53 PM   
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Mostly done now, pending labels, and fixes to the shading in some areas.


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RE: Stimpak's New Maps - 3/13/2016 3:49:00 AM   
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Fantastic work Stimpak! Enjoying a lot your new factions as well!

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RE: Stimpak's New Maps - 3/14/2016 12:32:43 AM   
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Near-final version:



And a test scenario...



Perhaps I'll develop it into a full-fledged scenario.

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RE: Stimpak's New Maps (Bad Segeberg released!) - 3/14/2016 8:06:43 PM   
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I am proud to say that the map is ready for an initial release version.
I'd like to thank everyone for the kind words and support, once again.

Eitherway, let's get straight to the point!
Includes the map .png, the map .fp9, and something extra...

As usual, the installation procedure is simply taking the maps from the maps folder, and placing them within your Modules/FPRS/Maps folder, and the surprise in it's own folder...
The map itself, Bad Segeberg, also ships with a custom-made scenario for the map:

WM_WGS Forest Fires

Scenario Size: Medium
Best Played As: Warsaw Pact

Date: 22 July 1989
Time: D2 + 4 hours (0432 Hours)
Location: Segeberg District, West Germany
Weather: Misty.

As the moon sailed over the cratered fields of northern Germany, Soviet forces began to move. Phase 3 of Operation Red Storm was in motion, the 2nd Guards Tank Army breaking their silence and driving deep into the west. Together with the 3rd Red Banner Army, they make their way towards Bremen, and eventually the Atlantic coast.

The 94th Guards Motor-Rifle Division however, is staying behind. Instead of following the rest of the army further south, they have been attached to their East German comrades in the 5. Armee. While the East Germans are driving through Soltau, the 94th GMRD is alone in screening the northern flank, where NATO's LANDJUT is holding. This screening action is dual-purpose: they will hopefully tie up NATO assets in Hamburg while attempting to open the way for the later Polish front to thrust into the Danish peninsula. Naval brigades and Airborne divisions are already on their way to capture major ports and bridges along the Baltic coast, holding them until reinforcements can arrive. In order for these to arrive unhassled however, the 94th GMRD must capture the local road net as well as clear out any pesky NATO defenses along the way. Success means opening a new reinforcement zone for Soviet convoys over the Baltic, while denying NATO their own. Failure means potentially suffering a setback via naval incursion, much like the UN forces had achieved against North Korea at Inchon, in 1950.

18th Panzer Brigade has been spending the previous day conducting recconaissance in Lübeck and as far south as Lüneberg, patrolling the region, they had curiously discovered no signs of a major Soviet incursion. It would have seemed that the Warsaw Pact was throwing everything it had at the Fulda gap...
At 0400 hours, July 22nd, an alert goes off across the board that the situation has changed. Commanding voices over NORTHAG call out and are then silenced, as jamming signals rush into the NATO communications net like tanks drive into their defenses. Contact with the 183rd and 184th Panzer Battalions, as well as the division's 6th Recon Battalion was lost early on and never recovered, leading to fears that they had already been engaged and destroyed by the Soviet forces...
What's left of the 18th now digs in at their garrisons within the Segeberg district. Located here is a critical road junction that the Soviets are sure to move on, as well as the large Bucholz Forstgutsbezirk, a large forest from which the lightly equipped 18th Panzer Battalion can defend, as well as harass passing Soviet units.

Soviet forces have now entered the district and are making their move, both to secure the road net and deny NATO forces a staging area in the forest. They come not with a hammer, nor a sickle, but with matches.
They come to start some forest fires.


The scenario itself is not formally balanced as of yet, and may be too easy for the Soviet player. The VP balance would suggest more of a scenario best played from the NATO side.

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RE: Stimpak's New Maps (Bad Segeberg released!) - 3/15/2016 12:22:40 AM   
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Nice! Will give it a try! I have to say...your maps looks great! Lots of aesthetic improvements when compared with the EGerman pack...beautiful!

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RE: Stimpak's New Maps (Bad Segeberg released!) - 3/15/2016 2:43:02 AM   
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I've learned quite a bit since then, indeed
I'm glad with how helpful and supportive everyone has been. This absolutely won't be my last map, but the next one will of course run into the usual problems of indecisiveness...

In the meantime...





(These are just edited images. I'm not actually making a WH40k conversion mod )

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RE: Stimpak's New Maps (Bad Segeberg released!) - 5/30/2016 11:53:41 PM   
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The east Germans, Poles, Dutch and Belgians look great!

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RE: Stimpak's New Maps (Bad Segeberg released!) - 5/31/2016 6:00:26 AM   
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Hi,

yup..clever stuff..

Keep the great work cong..

All the best,
Kip.

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RE: Stimpak's New Maps (Bad Segeberg released!) - 5/31/2016 6:34:39 PM   
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Great map, and, even more impressive, well researched back story and scenario.

Thanks!

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p.s. also sent you email

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RE: Stimpak's New Maps (Bad Segeberg released!) - 6/5/2016 9:01:18 PM   
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StimPak,

Mind if I use some of you maps and Nationality Mods to create some User Scenarios?

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RE: Stimpak's New Maps (Bad Segeberg released!) - 6/5/2016 9:03:28 PM   
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Do whatever you want with it. I didn't invest any money into these and if there's none of that involved, then anyone can do whatever they want with my free stuff.

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RE: Stimpak's New Maps - 6/6/2016 2:57:58 AM   
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Thanks! P

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RE: Stimpak's New Maps - 6/6/2016 3:00:05 AM   
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Any chance of a map in the Kassel area? I don't know if I would ever have the time to learn the map making aspect!

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RE: Stimpak's New Maps - 6/6/2016 6:28:47 AM   
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CS 1 Red Storm, the first map of the Soviet Campaign, is only 10km south of Kassel.
My map making is on hold while I deal with life issues, but in the future one should only expect those in NORTHAG until Southern Storm is released - I don't want to end up mapping the Hof Gap for example, only to discover it will be done anyway in an official release. Making a map look pretty is fun, but my main goal is to represent or "cover" most of the potential battlefield of West Germany.

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RE: Stimpak's New Maps - 1/14/2017 7:01:16 PM   
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Breaking my long silence to say that I am working on a new scenario for this map. It's separate from my usual canon and involves an alternate engagement between the 18th PzBgd and 94th GMRD. As for maps themselves, I could start a new project in the future, if anyone requests a map.

Bad Segeberg itself is a large aesthetic improvement from my previous works, but poorly researched. These mistakes must be corrected with future maps


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RE: Stimpak's New Maps - 2/6/2017 10:36:49 PM   
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A preview of something I've been working on...


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RE: Stimpak's New Maps - 2/9/2017 6:55:24 PM   
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Looks good I like the forests. Someone fire some tactical nukes?

Is this DDR vs FRG?

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RE: Stimpak's New Maps - 2/9/2017 8:21:57 PM   
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Chemical strikes. Nukes are too much for the size of the scenario.

Yes, it's DDR and BRD.

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RE: Stimpak's New Maps (Nienburg Released!) - 2/12/2017 7:56:13 PM   
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Ladies and Gentlemen, I present to you FCRS_Nienburg:



From Wikipedia:
Nienburg (official name: Nienburg/Weser) (Low German: Nienborg, Neenborg or Negenborg) is a town and capital of the district Nienburg, in Lower Saxony, Germany.

-Geography-
Situated on the scenic German Timber-Frame Road, Nienburg lies on the river Weser, approximately 55 km (34 mi) southeast of Bremen, and 45 km (28 mi) northwest of Hanover. Nienburg is the largest town in the Middle Weser Region. There are many bridges in the area, making it a likely axis of advance for Warsaw Pact forces should a Weser River crossing be denied elsewhere. This includes the application of air assault units, either to support an advance, or to serve as a decoy.
The local topography is relatively flat, but the area is significantly forested and urbanized, leaving some areas with short engagement areas, but still providing plenty of clearings for long range engagements.

-History-
Nienburg saw relatively little action in WW2 and was mostly a home to Oflag X-B, a POW camp for captured enemy officers, 1000 of which were Polish. Later on British, Serbs, Romanians, and Soviet prisoners were also interred here. Nienburg was home to the Wehrmacht 22nd Pioneer battalion of the 22nd Infantry Division, but this unit spent the war at the Siegfried line.
The only notable combat action here was the accidental bombing of one of the POW camps by a stricken British Lancaster bomber; 98 prisoners were killed and several huts were destroyed when flak forced the aircraft to jettison it's bombs. The railway bridge located on the map was also a target of the massive "Grand Slam" bomb employed by allied aircraft.

Later on in April 9, 1945, the British army marched into Nienburg seemingly without a fight, liberating the prisoners held there. Afterward, the camps were re-purposed to house war refugees. The former Oflag was taken over by the British Army of the Rhine and renamed "Assaye Barracks". It was the base of the 21st Regiment, Royal Engineers, from 1950 to 1996, and also of the 24th Missile Regiment, Royal Artillery from 1959 to 1962, operating the MGR-1 Honest John nuclear surface-to-surface missile. It does not appear that a unit operating the MGM-52 Lance ever replaced them. The British army left Nienburg in 1996 and Assaye Barracks was demolished.

More noteworthy is the Clauswitz-Kaserne in Langendamm, southeast of Nienburg. This barracks was large and home to nearly the entirety of Panzerbrigade 3, of 1st Panzerdivision. The only units of the Brigade not stationed here were Panzerbatailon 33, and Panzerartileriebatailon 35, which instead were stationed in the small village of Luttmersen, 22 kilometers east. Either barracks would be likely victims of Soviet nuclear, chemical, air, and artillery strikes.

It seems likely that this unit would have been engaged west of Celle and north of Hanover in the event of a Soviet attack, covering the south flank of Panzerlehrbrigade 9, of 3rd Panzerdivision. A surprise Soviet attack however could force them to fight for their own hometown at the Weser crossing in Nienburg.

-Warsaw Pact Forces-
Likely units attacking here would be units from the 5. Armee of the NVA, and 3rd Combined Arms Army.
Possible divisions from the East Germans as of 1983 were 19. MSD, 1. MSD, and the elite 9. PzD. If the other divisions, 8. MSD and 20. MSD failed in their advance while 19. MSD broke through, then 9. PzD would cross the Weser here and attack deeper into the I BR Corps area.

Possible divisions from the Soviets include 47th Guards Tank Division armed with T-64s, 10th Guards Tank Division with T-80s. These were high-readiness units with good equipment, and thus likely fielding their BV variants.

fcrs_Nienburg and it's .fp9 file are now available for download - as the files are too large to be uploaded here, you can instead find them on my Google Drive here:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8eT5mRv4zicN08wTDl2Y0hSdE0/view?usp=sharing

To install, simply drop both files into your Modules/FPRS/Maps folder.

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RE: Stimpak's New Maps (Nienburg Released!) - 2/12/2017 7:58:07 PM   
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Updated East German file and a scenario for Nienburg, "WM_WGEG Weser Line" are attached here.

To install, just extract the "FPRS" folder into your Modules.
Remember to back-up your "Common" folder in FPRS/Data, as it substitutes it with my copy.

I made quite a few changes to the East German file, so I don't remember each one. Some off the top of my head...

-Mot-Schützen Regiment (PzD) renamed MSR-9, and the battalion specifically.
-Mot-Schützen Regiment (SPW) has had it's SPAT Company (Three platoons of SPW-40P2 armed with either PALR or PTUR) replaced with a static AT Company (Two battieries of T-12)

-Mot-Schützen Battalion (Spz BMP) re-structured: Every third "Mot-Schutzen" subunit is now an "RPG-7" Subunit, support section was re-structured, and each company has at least one Mot-Schuetzen subunit armed with a sniper rifle. The AA platoon has also once again been detached from the Kompanie into it's own unit a-la the Soviets.

Regiments once again operate the 3 MSB/1 PzB or 3 PzB/1 MSB formula again

Timeframe restriction removed from T-54

Added Flak Kanone Regiment to Divisional assets - these replace the SAM regiment in mobilized (reserve) divisions.

2S4 Tyulpan and 2S5 Giatsint restricted to the new "Soviet Support assets" tab; these units aren't owned by East Germany but provided by the Soviet AAG.

Big nerf to the T-72s: TG-20 (Firing more modern Soviet BM-32 and BK-21 125mm rounds) has been replaced universally by TG-17 (Firing the BM-15, the most advanced round provided to Warsaw Pact client states) they should be struggling against NATO MBTs now without flank shots or close combat.

Divisional recon battalion restructured: Two companies each containing a radar platoon of BRM-1K, two tracked platoons of BMP-1 (Carrying Scouts instead of Mot-Schützen), and two sections of SPW-40P2 carrying scouts
Divisional independent tank battalion replaced (As it seems none existed in the NVA) with Reserve recon battalion: Two companies each containing two platoons of PT-76B, and two sections of SPW-40P2 carrying scouts

WM_WGEG Weser Line


I had trouble balancing this one and it looks like balancing is still required in the future.
As the title suggests, this is a medium scenario between the two Germany's, meant to be played from the East German side. While playing against the West German AI is possible, it's not preferable as, in my opinion, the defensive AI is rather lacking and I don't imagine we'll see a more complex trigger/scripting system until Southern Storm. Instead, you can play it in Hot Seat or PBEM mode, and the West German player will follow a set of instructions in their briefing.

Here, 19. MSD is behind schedule and making an assault towards Nienburg in order to capture the Weser river bridges here. As part of a mobilization division, much of it's equipment is old, including vaunted T-54 tanks that, while unable to stand up to modern enemy armor, are still effective against a tank's traditional prey.

Panzerbrigade 3 has successfully evacuated the stricken Clauswitz-Kaserne, and is on the defense; it is well armed with Marder 1A2 and Leopard 2A4 tanks. This scenario is about speed and how fast the assaulting East German player can reach his objectives.

The story here is divorced from my discontinued East German campaign, so don't concern yourself too much with any plot holes between them.

Finally, I eventually plan to create a NATO version of this scenario that does not require any fancy scripting behaviour as the AI's offensive decision-making capabilities are sufficient. It will also swap out the East Germans for the Soviets.

Good luck and have fun!

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RE: Stimpak's New Maps (Nienburg Released!) - 2/12/2017 8:08:36 PM   
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Excellent work!!

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RE: Stimpak's New Maps (Nienburg Released!) - 3/14/2017 9:13:21 PM   
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For the map, I've created a series of "Mini scenarios" that are all roughly company to battalion sized engagements, for those who either don't have a lot of time or don't like dealing with commanding a large number of forces.

All scenarios feature vanilla factions and only require the Nienburg map. You do not need the East German faction for these.

Scenarios:

N_Mini_1: Meeting engagement between West German Company and Soviet Tank Battalion (+)
N_Mini_2: Hasty defense of West German Company against Soviet Reinforced MRB (1974)
W_Mini_1: Limited attack of Soviet MRC against American Combined Arms Team
W_Mini_2: Prepared defense of Soviet reinforced MRB against American Heavy Battalion Task Force

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RE: Stimpak's New Maps (Nienburg Released!) - 3/14/2017 10:10:23 PM   
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Thanks. I love small scenarios!

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