Animal Crossing is a relaxing game for everyone to enjoy. In its latest entry, you can relax on a stress-free island with your happy-go-lucky animal friends. However, it is not always rainbows and daisies.
Sometimes, you need a little bit of bitterness to spice things up. That is what cranky villagers are for. They are not your typical neighbors who are always happy and cheerful. Instead, they sometimes cause mischief among other neighbors.
If you want cranky villagers on your island, here is a complete guide full of necessary details about them. A lot of them are cute and charming!
What are Cranky Villagers?
Cranky villagers, also known as grumpy villagers, are male villagers who get annoyed and irritated easily. As of the latest entry, Animal Crossing: New Horizons, there are a total of 65 cranky villagers.
However, not all of them are in the game. Out of the 65 cranky villagers, only 57 are in New Horizons. They generally have a deep voice, and the way they act has changed gradually over the series.
The Behavior of Cranky Villagers
During the early entries of the series, they act bitter and rude when the situation does not go their way. Generally, they are not up to date with the latest trends. So, they are not popular with the peppy villagers.
However, they get along really well with other villager types. They are usually not available in their homes. Instead, they tend to spend most of their time outside.
At first, they look like they are self-centered, often gossiping about other villagers. However, they have a soft side when you befriend them.
Players can do different kinds of errands for them and regularly talk to them so that they will open up. In the first game, Animal Crossing, they will often talk about their “niece” when the player becomes friends with them. So, many of the errands that they give out would often be related to their niece.
For example, they might request a specific item so that they can give it to their niece. When the player succeeds in getting close with them, they may act more like a gentleman.
In the dialogue of the early entries, it would often indicate that their niece would come to the player’s town to visit. However, they do not appear at all. They would often say that they “live in a cold world” when they become sad.
Sleep Schedule of Cranky Villagers
The time they are awake and go to sleep is different across the games of the franchise. In the first game, Animal Crossing, they are asleep at 5 AM. They are awake at 10 AM. In Animal Crossing: Wild World and Animal Crossing: City Folk, they are asleep at 4:30 AM. However, the time they wake up is still 10 AM.
In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, they are asleep at 4 AM. Again, they are awake at 10 AM. In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, they are asleep at 3:30 AM. They are awake at 9 AM. When the player tries to enter a cranky villager’s home while they are asleep, they are greeted with an angry letter. Below is a summary of the sleep schedule.
|Animal Crossing||Animal Crossing: Wild World||Animal Crossing: City Folk||Animal Crossing: New Leaf||Animal Crossing: New Horizons|
|The time they go to sleep||5 AM||4:30 AM||4:30 AM||4 AM||3:30 AM|
|The time they wake up||10 AM||10 AM||10 AM||10 AM||9 AM|
Relationships Between Cranky Villagers
As mentioned before, cranky villagers get along well with all of the villagers except for the peppy villagers. Other cranky villagers are the villagers that they get along with the most. They usually talk about insignificant stuff like food and the issues with unhealthy food.
They also find it easy to be friends with normal and lazy villagers. However, they tend to offend these villagers especially if something went wrong during their dialogues.
With peppy and big sister villagers, they find it hard to mingle with them. Big sister villagers and cranky villagers are both stubborn and opinionated. So, it typically ends with one clashing with the other because of their different opinions.
They can get along well with snooty villagers because they tend to spread rumors. They can be friendly with snooty or smug villagers. However, there are times when they will express disgust.
As a result, their conversations often end up with one of them being sad and depressed. Sometimes, cranky villagers would inform the player that the situation they are in right now is getting boring.
Because of this, they would consider spreading rumors detailing other villagers and observe the chaos that ensues. Most of the time, peppy villagers would call them names such as “old man” or “grandpa”.
List of Cranky Villagers in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
|Name||Species||Birthday||Catchphrase||Favorite Color||Outfit Style||Debut|
|Admiral||Bird||January 27||“aye aye”||Black||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Angus||Bull||April 30||“macmoo”||Black||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Apollo||Eagle||July 4||“pah”||Black||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Avery||Eagle||February 22||“skree-haw”||Brown||Iconic||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Boris||Pig||November 6||“schnort”||Black||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Boyd||Gorilla||October 1||“uh-oh”||Black||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Bruce||Deer||May 26||“gruff”||Black||Cool||Animal Crossing: New Leaf|
|Butch||Dog||November 1||“ROOOOOWF”||Blue||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Buzz||Eagle||December 7||“captain”||Red||Sporty||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Camofrog||Frog||June 5||“ten-hut”||Blue||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Cesar||Gorilla||September 6||“highness”||Aqua||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Chief||Wolf||December 19||“harrumph’||Gray||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Chow||Bear||July 22||“aiya”||Black||Gorgeous||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Croque||Frog||July 18||“as if”||Orange||Cool||Animal Crossing: New Leaf|
|Curt||Bear||July 1||“fuzzball”||Blue||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Cyd||Elephant||June 9||“rockin'”||Black||Active||Animal Crossing: New Horizons|
|Cyrano||Anteater||March 9||“ah-CHOOO”||Yellow||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Del||Alligator||May 27||“gronk”||Blue||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Dobie||Wolf||February 17||“ohmmm”||Beige||Cool||Animal Crossing|
|Elvis||Lion||July 23||“unh-hunh”||Black||Elegant||Animal Crossing: Wild World|
|Fang||Wolf||December 18||“cha-chomp”||Aqua||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Frank||Eagle||July 30||“crushy”||Brown||Rock n’ Roll||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Frett||Dog||October 30||“goshers”||Gray||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Gaston||Rabbit||October 28||“mon chou”||Brown||Gorgeous||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Gonzo||Koala||October 13||“mate”||Black||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Grizzly||Bear||July 31||“grrr”||Red||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Groucho||Bear||October 23||“grumble”||Black||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Gruff||Goat||August 29||“bleh eh eh”||Black||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Hamphrey||Hamster||February 25||“snort”||Beige||Cool||Animal Crossing: New Leaf|
|Harry||Hippo||January 7||“beach bum”||Green||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Hopper||Penguin||April 6||“slushie”||Red||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Ike||Bear||May 16||“roadie”||Blue||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Kabuki||Cat||November 29||“meooo-OH”||Purple||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Knox||Chicken||November 23||“cluckling”||Brown||Elegant||Animal Crossing: City Folk|
|Limberg||Mouse||October 17||“squinky”||Blue||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Lobo||Wolf||November 5||“ah-rooooo”||Beige||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Marlo||Hamster||June 26||“gabeesh”||Black||Cool||Animal Crossing: New Horizons|
|Monty||Monkey||December 7||“g’tang”||Gray||Cool||Animal Crossing: Wild World|
|Murphy||Bear cub||December 29||“malarkey”||White||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Octavian||Octopus||September 20||“sucker”||Black||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Peewee||Gorilla||September 11||“li’l bitty baby”||Blue||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Rasher||Pig||April 7||“swine”||Black||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Ricky||Squirrel||September 14||“nutcase”||Blue||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Rizzo||Mouse||January 17||“squee”||Black||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Rocco||Hippo||August 18||“hippie”||Black||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Rolf||Tiger||August 22||“grrrolf”||Black||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Rooney||Kangaroo||December 1||“punches”||Black||Active||Animal Crossing: New Leaf|
|Roscoe||Horse||June 16||“nay”||Black||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Spike||Rhino||June 17||“punk”||Black||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Static||Squirrel||July 9||“krzzt”||Black||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
|T-Bone||Bull||May 20||“moocher”||Black||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Tom||Cat||December 10||“me-YOWZA”||Black||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Vic||Bull||December 29||“cud”||Aqua||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Vladimir||Bear cub||August 2||“nyet”||Colorful||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Walt||Kangaroo||April 24||“pockets”||Black||Cool||Animal Crossing: New Leaf|
|Wart Jr.||Frog||August 21||“grr-ribbit”||Blue||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Wolfgang||Wolf||November 25||“snarrrl”||Black||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
Analysis of Cranky Villagers in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Analysis on Birthdates
Most of the cranky villagers have their birthdays in July and December. To be specific, there are eight of them each month. In October and November, there are six villagers each with birthdays. In June and August, there are five villagers each. In April, May, and September, there are four each. In January and February, there are three each. There is only one cranky villager born in March.
Additionally, there are seven pairs of villagers whose birthdays are chronologically next to each other. For example, Hopper’s and Rasher’s birthdays are next to each other. Hopper’s is on April 6 and Rasher’s is the day after that, April 7. Below is a list of these villagers.
- Hopper (April 6), Rasher (April 7)
- Bruce (May 26), Del (May 27)
- Roscoe (June 16), Spike (June 17)
- Chow (July 22), Elvis (July 23)
- Frank (July 30), Grizzly (July 31)
- Wart Jr. (August 21), Rolf (August 22)
- Fang (December 18), Chief (December 19)
There are only two pairs of villagers who have the same birthday, and they are both in December. Buzz and Monty celebrate their birthdays on December 7. Meanwhile, Murphy’s and Vic’s birthdays are on December 29. Below is a summary of the number of cranky villagers born each month.
|Month||No. of Villagers||Villager||Birthday|
|Wart Jr.||August 21|
Analysis on Species
Overall, there are 31 species in the population of cranky villagers. The species with the most animals among them are the wolves and the bears. Each of them consists of five villagers. Five villagers out of 57 would be 8.8% of the total population.
16 of the species only have one animal representing them. That would be about 52% of the total number of species. However, they would only make up 28.1% of the total number of animals.
As of the latest entry, Animal Crossing: New Horizons, three species do not have cranky villagers. These species are the Duck, Ostrich, and Sheep villagers. A sheep villager named Curios used to be cranky. Yet this was changed to smug. Below is a list of the animals grouped into their respective species.
|Species||No. of Villagers||Villager||Birthday||Common Birth Month|
|Alligator||1||Del||May 27||May (100%)|
|Anteater||1||Cyrano||March 9||March (100%)|
|Bear||5||Chow||July 22||July (60%), October (20%), May (20%)|
|Bear cub||2||Murphy||December 29||December (50%), August (50%)|
|Bird||1||Admiral||January 27||January (100%)|
|Bull||3||Angus||April 30||April (33%), May (33%), December (33%)|
|Cat||2||Tom||December 10||December (50%), November (50%)|
|Chicken||1||Knox||November 23||November (100%)|
|Deer||1||Bruce||May 26||May (100%)|
|Dog||2||Butch||November 1||November (50%), October (50%)|
|Eagle||4||Apollo||July 4||July (50%), February (25%), December (25%)|
|Elephant||1||Cyd||June 9||June (100%)|
|Frog||3||Camofrog||June 5||June (33%), July (33%), August (33%)|
|Wart Jr.||August 21|
|Goat||1||Gruff||August 29||August (100%)|
|Gorilla||3||Boyd||October 1||September (66%), October (33%)|
|Hamster||2||Hamphrey||February 25||February (50%), June (50%)|
|Hippo||2||Harry||January 7||January (50%), August (50%)|
|Horse||1||Roscoe||June 16||June (100%)|
|Kangaroo||2||Rooney||December 1||December (50%), April (50%)|
|Koala||1||Gonzo||October 13||October (100%)|
|Lion||1||Elvis||July 23||July (100%)|
|Monkey||1||Monty||December 7||December (100%)|
|Mouse||2||Limberg||October 17||October (50%), January (50%)|
|Octopus||1||Octavian||September 20||September (100%)|
|Penguin||1||Hopper||April 6||April (100%)|
|Pig||2||Boris||November 6||November (50%), April (50%)|
|Rabbit||1||Gaston||October 28||October (100%)|
|Rhino||1||Spike||June 17||June (100%)|
|Squirrel||2||Ricky||September 14||September (50%), July (50%)|
|Tiger||1||Rolf||August 22||August (100%)|
|Wolf||5||Lobo||November 5||November (40%), December (40%), February (20%)|
Analysis on Favorite Color
Many of the cranky villagers prefer the color black. In total, there are 26 out of the 57 villagers who prefer it. However, that only makes up 45.6% of the total population.
The next color with the most villagers preferring it would be blue. It has been adored by nine cranky villagers, which make up 15.8% of the entire population. Six colors have only one cranky villager preferring them. These six colors are “colorful”, green, orange, purple, white, and yellow.
- Colorful: Vladimir (Bear cub)
- Green: Harry (Hippo)
- Orange: Croque (Frog)
- Purple: Kabuki (Cat)
- White: Murphy (Bear cub)
- Yellow: Cyrano (Anteater)
Analysis of Outfit Style
In terms of style, most of the cranky villagers prefer the Cool style. In total, 33 cranky villagers prefer the Cool style out of 57 villagers. That makes up about 58% of the total population. The styles with the least amount of villagers who adore them are the Iconic, Rock n’ Roll, and Sporty styles. They each have one villager who adores the style. These villagers are listed down below.
- Iconic: Avery (Eagle)
- Rock n’ Roll: Frank (Eagle)
- Sporty: Buzz (Eagle)
Analysis on Debut Game
As expected, most of the cranky villagers debuted in the first game, Doubutsu no Mori. Nintendo first released the game for the Nintendo 64 in 2001.
Nintendo only released it released in Japan, so it was not localized to the English language for the American and European audience. In 2003, Nintendo released Animal Crossing for that specific reason. The game was successful, and nine months later, a port with many additions was released, titled “Doubutsu no Mori e+”.
For Doubutsu no Mori, it introduced 36 cranky villagers. It makes up 63.2% of the population. The next installment, Doubutsu no Mori e+, introduced ten new cranky villagers. It makes up 17.5% of the population.
In the localized entry, Animal Crossing, there is only one new cranky villager. Animal Crossing: Wild World introduced two, Animal Crossing: City Folk introduced one, Animal Crossing: New Leaf introduced five, and Animal Crossing: New Horizons introduced two.
List of Cranky Villagers not in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
|Name||Species||Birthday||Catchphrase||Favorite Color||Outfit Style||Debut||Last appearance|
|Chuck||Bull||N/A||“jerky”||N/A||Subtle||Doubutsu no Mori||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Flash||Bird||N/A||“babe”||N/A||Strange||Animal Crossing||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Ganon||Pig||February 21||“Heh heh”||Black||Iconic||Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Welcome Amiibo||Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Welcome Amiibo|
|Joe||Bird||N/A||“やれやれ”||N/A||Striking||Doubutsu no Mori e+||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Jūbei||Lion||N/A||“いかにも”||N/A||Refined||Doubutsu no Mori e+||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Oxford||Bull||N/A||“bully, eh”||N/A||Striking||Doubutsu no Mori||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Twirp||Bird||N/A||“CHIRP”||N/A||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Weldon||Bull||N/A||“ムーチョ”||N/A||Refined||Doubutsu no Mori e+||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
Analysis of Cranky Villagers not in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Analysis of Birthdays and Favorite Colors
Most villagers who do not appear in Animal Crossing: New Horizons do not have a birthday or a favorite color. This is because later entries introduced both attributes after they disappeared. For example, Animal Crossing:
Wild World introduced the concept of villager birthdays. So, villagers who do not appear during that game and onwards do not have such data.
The only exception here is Ganon. He is a pig whose birthday is on February 21. He was introduced in Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Welcome Amiibo. The player can invite him into town by scanning an Amiibo of Ganon, 8-Bit Link, or a Bokoblin. His favorite color is black. Otherwise, all of them do not have a birthday or a favorite color.
Analysis on Species
Out of the eight cranky villagers left out from the latest entry, three of them are Bull villagers. Another three are composed of Bird villagers. That makes up 37.5% of the population each. The outliers from the bunch are Jūbei, a Lion villager, and Ganon, a Pig villager.
Analysis on Debut Game and Latest Appearance
Doubutsu no Mori and Doubutsu no Mori e+ each has introduced three new cranky villagers. Meanwhile, Animal Crossing and Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Welcome Amiibo each have introduced one new cranky villager.
However, almost all of them were removed after Doubutsu no Mori e+. Ganon, the only exception, was introduced in Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Welcome Amiibo. So, he disappeared after the game he was introduced to.
List of Formerly Cranky Villagers
These villagers used to be cranky. However, their personality was changed at one point as they transitioned into a new game. So far, as of the latest entry, there are only three villagers who used to be cranky. They are listed down below.
|Name||Species||New Personality||Birthday||Catchphrase||Favorite Color||Outfit Style||Debut|
|Curlos||Sheep||Smug||May 8||“shearly”||Red||Active||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|O’Hare||Rabbit||Smug||July 24||“amigo”||Blue||Active||Animal Crossing|
|Rowan||Tiger||Jock||August 26||“mango”||Aqua||Active||Animal Crossing|
Analysis of Formerly Cranky Villagers
The three formerly cranky villagers are of different species. Curlos is a Sheep villager, O’Hare is a Rabbit villager, and Rowan is a Tiger villager. Two of them now have the Smug personality, while the other has the Jock personality.
Surprisingly, all of them prefer the Active outfit style. Two of them were introduced in Animal Crossing, while the other one was introduced in Doubutsu no Mori e+.
Cranky Villagers’ Dialogue in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Cranky villagers love to talk to people, and they sure love to talk with the player. Here are some of the dialogues that the player can trigger when talking to a cranky villager on their island.
- “I’m not one for gossipin’, but… did you hear that <Villager> is feelin’ sick? I’m only sharin’ because I think <she/he>’d really appreciate a visit, and maybe a nice cup of hot cider.” – cranky villagers talking about sick villagers
- “Should I just give it to ’em straight, or walk away? I’m in a real pickle! Oh, hey there! Sorry, kiddo. I’ve got an actual conundrum on my plate right now. Let’s talk later.” – cranky villagers when they are thinking by themselves
- “Alright. Listen up, kiddo. I’m gonna teach you an important lesson. Convenience is overrated!” – cranky villagers advising the player about something
- “Did you hear? Someone’s at the campsite today. I wonder what they like and I wonder if we have the same stuff in common.” – cranky villagers when someone is in the campsite
- “Is your face alright? ‘Cause that sure looks like it must hurt. You gotta be careful around them sneaky wasps! Here, take a dash of this medicine. It’ll clear that right up. Unless… Is a swollen face in style these days? Well, I hope you learned something from all this. Try to not let it happen again.” – cranky villagers when the player talks to them with a swollen face from wasp stings
- “I believe this is what the kids call a “man cave,” right?” – cranky villagers when the player visit their home
- “I got a good feelin’ about this. Gonna catch a big one today!” – cranky villagers feeling optimistic while fishing
- “Mmmm…be quiet, clouds… spoons’re sleepin’… well, ask the bicycle yourself… HUH?! I had this really wonderful dream about…something. It’s all fuzzy now, but I remember it was great!” – cranky villagers when the player talks to them while they are asleep
- “Are you OK, <Player>? ‘Cause I heard you were seen buryin’ some cash yesterday, <catchphrase>! Don’t worry, I ain’t gonna dig it up or nothin’. I just wanna make sure you can really afford to lose the Bells…” – cranky villagers commenting about the player burying bells
- “OW! What are you playin’ at, buddy? You think my head’s a bug?” – cranky villagers when the player hits them with a net
Frequently Asked Questions
Question: Are Cranky Villagers Bad?
Answer: No, they are not. They can be mean to the player and to other villagers at times. They can act bitter and foul when interacting with them. However, they want to be friends with the player. When the player does errands for them and gives them a lot of gifts, they will slowly open up to the player.
Question: Are Cranky Villagers Old?
Answer: Villagers in Animal Crossing games do not have a definite age. We can only base their age on what they look like. For instance, Gaston has a mustache sot he is probably around 30 or 40 in human years.
Also, the dialogue of cranky villagers reads like the dialogue of an elder. They would often complain about new technology or trends by young people. Yet overall, it is up to the player on how they perceive the cranky villagers to be.
Question: When are Cranky Villagers Outside?
Answer: In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, they go to sleep at 3:30 AM and wake up by 9 AM.
So, you can probably see them outside between 9 AM to 3:30 AM. The time in which they go outside varies. Yet if you want to meet them outside, wait for them around that time. Waiting from 10 AM to 4:30 AM can also work.
Question: How Many Cranky Villagers are There?
Answer: In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, there are 57 of them. Overall, throughout the whole franchise, there are around 65 cranky villagers. Plus, there are three former ones.
Question: How Do I Kick Out Cranky Villagers?
Answer: There are multiple ways to kick out cranky villagers. One method is to talk to the visitor at the campsite. If you are lucky, they might switch places with the villager you want to kick out. Another way could be to deplete their friendship by ignoring them.
When a thought bubble appears as they walk by, talk to them. If you are lucky, they might consider leaving the island. If the option appears, you can kick them out.
Conclusion on Cranky Villagers in Animal Crossing
Overall, there are 65 cranky villagers in the entire Animal Crossing series. Out of 65, only 57 are in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
Statistically, that makes up 92% of the entire population. Also, in New Horizons, they go to sleep at 3:30 AM and wake up at 9 AM. As for relationships, they get along best with other cranky villagers. They can be good friends with snooty and smug villagers.
They can be friends with normal and lazy villagers. However, they sometimes can make each other upset over something the other person said. They find it hard to be friends with big sister villagers due to their clashing ideals.
The villagers that cranky villagers find hard to mingle with the most are peppy. They sometimes call cranky villagers grandpas or other terms denoting elders.
The months with the greatest number of cranky villagers celebrating their birthdays are July and December. Each of them has eight villagers. Meanwhile, the month with the least amount of birthday celebrants is March.
Only one villager is celebrating their birthday in March. The species with the greatest number of cranky villagers are wolves and bears. There are 16 species with only one villager.
Below is a list summarizing all of the crucial details about cranky villagers.
- Total number of cranky villagers: 65
- Number of cranky villagers in New Horizons: 57
- Villager types cranky villagers get along with best: cranky
- Villager types cranky villagers get along with worst: peppy
- Months with the greatest number of cranky villagers: July, December (8)
- Month with the least number of cranky villagers: March (1)
- Species with the greatest number of cranky villagers: wolf, bear (8)
- Species with the least number of cranky villagers: 16 species (1)
- Most popular favorite color among cranky villagers: black (25)
- Least popular favorite colors among cranky villagers: colorful, green, orange, purple, white, yellow (1)
- Most popular outfit style among cranky villagers: cool (33)
- Least popular outfit styles among cranky villagers: iconic, rock n’ roll, sporty (1)
- Game that introduced the greatest number of cranky villagers: Doubutsu no Mori (36)
- Game that introduced the least number of cranky villagers: Animal Crossing (1)
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