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Title Version User
Rating
Geek Rating Status User
Plays
Comment
N/A
7.101
Owned
N/A
5.559
Owned
N/A
5.628
Owned
8
Apr 2015
6.090
Owned
Looney Labs Version 2.0 English edition
Year: 2009
7
Jan 2015
5.758
Owned
Plays: 8
A card game where you have to create a chain of seven elements that are determined by your secret goal card. I think I prefer the basic variant that excludes the actions cards as trading and shuffling goals can make the game random (or as a customized compromise, removing just the Trade Goals and Shuffle Goals cards). Fantastic artwork.
2015-01-18
N/A
N/A
Owned
8
Aug 2014
6.432
Owned
Plays: 28
9
May 2014
6.446
Owned
Plays: 52
Superb Carcassonne variant with farming replaced by shepherding where the player scores for sheep but loses a sheep for each wolf in his flock.
2015-01-06
N/A
6.901
Owned
Plays: 1
N/A
5.728
Owned
N/A
N/A
Owned
N/A
6.081
Owned
N/A
5.639
Owned
N/A
5.583
Owned
N/A
N/A
Owned
Battlebikes (1984)
N/A
5.543
Owned
Battlecars (1983)
N/A
5.659
Owned
7
Jul 2014
6.057
Owned
Plays: 2
Block Mania (1987)
N/A
5.789
Owned
Cacao (2015)
7
Jan 2016
6.682
Owned
Plays: 5
N/A
5.593
Owned
English edition 2000 with River
Year: 2000
10
May 2014
7.341
Owned
Plays: 333
BEST GAME IN THE WORLD!!!
2015-10-08
English edition 2014
Year: 2014
N/A
7.341
Owned
Plays: 333
7
May 2014
6.763
Owned
Plays: 40
9
May 2015
5.521
Owned
Plays: 9
Got for free from cundco.de in exchange for writing a poem about Carcassonne!

A homemade rule for the Spiel promo tiles to reflect the busyness of Essen: When you place one of these tiles you may place a follower on some or all of the features; not just one.
2015-10-19
9
Oct 2015
N/A
Owned
A gift from Marco!

A homemade rule for the Spiel promo tiles to reflect the busyness of Essen: When you place one of these tiles you may place a follower on some or all of the features; not just one.
2015-10-19
3
May 2014
6.454
Owned
9
Apr 2015
5.578
Owned
Plays: 35
Excellent expansion that features a novel double tile. The castles function as twelve point cloisters but encourage other players to help surround them by providing a bonus of three points when finishing roads and cities on the castle tile. An adjacency rules prohibits castles being placed orthogonal or diagonal to each other so prevents cluster chaining that can happen with normal cloisters. Also helps to break up large farmlands.
2015-06-02
2
Feb 2015
5.150
Owned
Plays: 2
Tsk! Hang your head in shame and think about what you've done, Carcassonne franchise!
2015-02-02
4
Jan 2015
5.708
Owned
Dislike the rule that you can retract a follower as one of the strategies of Carcassonne is trapping or overpowering an opponent's follower. Similarly, dislike the rule of adding an additional one.
2015-01-21
N/A
N/A
Owned
Plays: 2
German first edition
Year: 2011
7
Apr 2015
5.342
Owned
Plays: 5
Surprisingly engaging blend of Carcassonne and Yahtzee where nine dice are rolled up to three times. Players try to build a complete city but catapults are locked and cannot be re-rolled, while triple followers allow the player to keep one die and double the city points next turn, meaning the other players have one less die to use. A result of nine catapults is an automatic victory instead of having to reach 42 points.

The game comes in an embossed tin with a pencil and notepad for scoring. One complaint is that the city faces on the dice do not reach to the edges so there's a white border which can confuse city building as it gives the illusion that the faces don't connect.
2015-04-02
Dutch first edition
Year: 2014
8
Jan 2015
5.672
Owned
Plays: 13
N/A
5.589
Owned
Plays: 1
4
Nov 2015
5.599
Owned
Plays: 1
Z-Man English edition 2015
Year: 2015
9
Oct 2015
7.457
Owned
Plays: 177
7
Feb 2015
6.182
Owned
Plays: 6
Interesting enough Wild West variant but the mining tokens are perhaps a bit too fiddly for my liking, both flipping them all face down during game set up and dispensing them on mountain tiles. Would have preferred the farming working as tepees versus horses (as with wolves versus sheep in Ark Of The Covenant and saber-tooth tigers versus deer in Hunters & Gatherers) to make game play more cutthroat instead of both scoring. Found being limited to four followers quite taxing, especially as you cannot retrieve one as with the South Seas variant and did most of my scoring using the tent.

Prefer the South Seas variant both for graphics and strategy.
2015-03-10
7
Feb 2015
N/A
Owned
Plays: 3
Good little expansion that can be mixed in with the base game for a slightly bigger play (unlike South Seas's Friday expansion) and includes a couple of graveyards that function as cloisters but also give a one point bonus for adjacent towns.
2015-02-15
9
Dec 2014
5.616
Owned
Plays: 7
Clever little expansion where players start with a couple of triangular tiles.
2015-01-06
8
Dec 2014
5.581
Owned
Clever little expansion where players start with a couple of triangular tiles. This version comes with three tiles for the Hills & Sheep expansion plus a Corn Circle tile.
2015-01-21
8
Jan 2015
6.250
Owned
Plays: 22
Rio Grande English Edition
Year: 2002
9
May 2014
6.996
Owned
Plays: 38
Superb Carcassonne variant with farming replaced by hunting where the player scores for deer and woolly mammoths but loses a deer for each sabretooth tiger in his hunting ground. Robbers on roads are replaced with fishermen on rivers with river junctions being lakes where the fisherman scores bonus points for the number of fish in the lakes. Knights in cities are replaced with gatherers in forests and the player who completes a forest with a gold nugget in it gets to play an extra tile from a bonus stack.
2015-01-06
English edition 2013
Year: 2013
9
Oct 2015
7.457
Owned
Plays: 177
Excellent but simple expansion that introduces a double or nothing gamble to cities and roads with the inclusion of cathedrals and lakeside inns. Included is a set of grey/pink followers for a sixth player plus an oversized meeple that counts as two followers but I like to use it as a tiebreaker.
2015-12-27
6
May 2014
6.356
Owned
Plays: 1
I like the King and Robber rules as it provides an incentive for players to finish off opponents' cities and roads, although the endgame scoring for this is quite laborious.

The expansion for Hunters & Gatherers is interesting but unbalanced so I rarely use them but sometimes just add them to the bag (minus the shaman) as extra tiles with a custom rule of having the bridge connect both hunting grounds.
2015-01-22
German first edition
Year: 2014
8
Jan 2015
5.672
Owned
Plays: 13
5
May 2014
5.626
Owned
6
May 2014
5.974
Owned
Plays: 3
8
Nov 2015
5.641
Owned
Plays: 11
8
May 2014
6.597
Owned
Plays: 44
Not just a tropical reskin. Instead of scoring points directly the players collect bananas, shells and fish and use them at the end of each turn to buy one of four ship tile that rewards points. Players have to juggle tasks with only four followers but are allowed to reclaim a follower instead of placing one. Graphically, the tiles are bright and colourful and the game has a silly but fun feel to it as you find yourself fretting over bananas.
2015-03-05
9
Nov 2015
5.884
Owned
Plays: 46
A fun and inventive version of the classic with dice rolling now deciding who wins a feature instead of who has the most followers, with matching Faction symbols helping out the battle. Cities and roads are reskinned as asteroid fields and trading routes while cloisters have become planets that can be invaded through the placement of adjacent tiles. Like Alderaan, farming has been totally obliterated.
2015-11-16
4
May 2014
5.547
Owned
Plays: 2
Setting up the Friday expansion by dividing the tiles into stacks of seven is a hassle so I prefer to play without this, plus it makes scoring even easier. I think I would have preferred extra tiles to add to the game or perhaps a special wild ware that could be a fish, shell or banana.
2015-01-12
9
Mar 2015
6.871
Owned
Plays: 19
Fantastic two player Carcassonne variant with a city wall scoreboard that offers bonuses, giving players an incentive to score a particular amount of points to claim a mystery bonus tile. Spatially a bit confusing initially with the castles and houses fitting against each other with only the roads being problematic. Super graphics populated with lots of detail.
2015-03-29
English first edition
Year: 2004
N/A
6.899
Owned
8
Mar 2015
5.899
Owned
Plays: 8
4
Oct 2015
6.214
Owned
8
May 2014
6.084
Owned
Plays: 1
4
Jan 2015
5.765
Owned
Dislike the rule that you can retract a follower as one of the strategies of Carcassonne is trapping or overpowering an opponent's follower. Normally, I play without this rule and just use them as extra tiles, especially if using the 10 Year Anniversary edition as this saves time separating the Festival tiles from the base game. Printing the rules on two tiles seems wasteful.
2015-01-21
N/A
6.009
Owned
N/A
6.131
Owned
N/A
5.846
Owned
Plays: 3
9
Nov 2014
6.532
Owned
Plays: 178
3
Dec 2015
5.753
Owned
Plays: 1
An interesting enough idea but the removal of followers became tiresome and reduced farming to an end game decision rather than planning throughout the game. I'm not a fan of mechanics that randomly remove or add followers to the board and unfortunately this expansion is not an exception. I'm glad I played it but can't imagine wanting to try it again. Possibly the expansion would scale better if not played with just the base game.
2015-12-14
5
May 2014
6.506
Owned
4
Dec 2014
6.772
Owned
Okay, but I prefer playing from a single starting tile as it makes the game more competitive and strategic in the opening turns.

Quite like the variant of mixing the terminal tile in with the other river tiles so that the river isn't always twelve tiles long.
2015-01-21
4
Dec 2014
6.832
Owned
Okay, but I prefer playing from a single starting tile as it makes the game more competitive and strategic in the opening turns.
2015-01-21
N/A
5.759
Owned
7
Feb 2015
5.766
Owned
Plays: 4
8
Jun 2014
6.359
Owned
Plays: 7
Brilliant expansion that comes with a thematic cardboard tower to stack tiles in and interlocking wooden tower pieces. Adds a whole new strategy and game play is excellent but precarious as investing followers in long term projects can risk them being captured. One interesting twist is that the towers make farming difficult with farmers usually deployed towards the end of the game when tower tiles and tower pieces are exhausted and players can better calculate safe places to farm. Normally I dislike expansions that mess with follower placement but this one is good.

On the downside, Some confusing issues about the prisoner exchange of irregular followers.
2015-05-21
Z-Man English edition 2013
Year: 2013
9
Oct 2015
7.418
Owned
Plays: 139
Z-Man English edition 2015
Year: 2015
9
Oct 2015
7.418
Owned
Plays: 139
8
Mar 2015
6.292
Owned
Plays: 2
Good variant that involves placing followers on a wheel of fortune instead of the board to score bonus points. Not overly keen on the wheel of fortune being the four by four start tile as I like building from a single tile as it is more strategic and competitive. Possibly I could put the wheel aside and use another start tile as a home rule. Slightly, bemused by the giant pink pig.

Small problem with scaling with other expansions as the the triple points from the crown spaces become insignificant in high scoring games.

Surprised this was issued as a base game rather than an expansion with just the Wheel Of Fortune, the pig and the tiles with the icons needed to rotate the pig.
2015-03-16
German first edition
Year: 2012
9
May 2014
6.562
Owned
Plays: 38
German first edition
Year: 2012
9
May 2014
5.719
Owned
An evil gingerbread man rampages across a snowy Carcassonne while knights team together to fend it off from attacking half built cities.
2015-01-26
9
Jan 2016
N/A
Owned
Plays: 13
Normally I don't like rules that randomly add or subtract followers from the board as I think the placing of them is part of the game's strategy but the shield tiles chain so crazily with the Gingerbread Man and the scoring for knights in a city that this meddlesome expansion has become a surprise must for all future game plays.
2016-01-26
8
Jul 2015
7.972
Owned
Plays: 52
8
Oct 2015
6.521
Owned
8
Oct 2015
6.259
Owned
8
Sep 2015
6.270
Owned
Clever little tweak to the game plus the actual boards aren't necessary as the Monastery rule can easily be applied to the other boards. Still, great to have extra boards to choose from.
2015-09-29
8
Jul 2015
5.983
Owned
Plays: 1
Good addition with the Pleasure Garden allowing an extra action equal to the white die. One criticism is that an additional building type makes towns easier to complete as it reduces the chance of duplicates, plus there are more of these tiles than any other building type (five versus seven).
2015-09-18
Cinque Terre (2013)
8
Apr 2015
6.277
Owned
Plays: 5
Trundling around the Italian riviera, harvesting crops, selling them to villages plus coloured wooden cubes. I really like this game as it has a classic feel and is easy to play.
2015-05-03
Fantasy Flight edition with Dark City expansion
Year: 2003
7
Aug 2014
7.092
Owned
Plays: 11
La Città (2000)
6
Oct 2014
6.885
Owned
Plays: 2
German 2013 edition (10th anniversary)
Year: 2013
8
Mar 2015
6.883
Owned
Plays: 169
6
Jul 2014
5.787
Owned
Plays: 5
N/A
5.615
Owned
N/A
5.827
Owned
Multilingual first edition
Year: 2012
8
May 2014
7.076
Owned
Plays: 76
Terrific bluffing game and I like the Renaissance setting.

On the downside the card stock is poor quality and slightly translucent so you can see the character's silhouette if there is a light source behind the player plus the reverse of the box shows detailed silvery metal coins but the game comes with plain grey plastic ones.
2015-02-27
English first edition (400 copies)
Year: 2013
8
May 2014
6.897
Owned
Plays: 3
Sparkly Green die/white ink
Year: 2012
2
Oct 2014
5.291
Owned
Plays: 1
Okay, we all bought this for the novelty die, didn't we?
2015-01-18
Cthulhu Gloom (2011)
5
May 2014
6.072
Owned
5
May 2014
5.763
Owned
N/A
5.625
Owned
Plays: 1
Home made copy with plastic Halma pawns, bootlaces, drawstring bag all stored in an Ultra-Pro deck box.
2015-03-16
6
May 2014
5.602
Owned
Plays: 3
Don't get stomped!
2015-01-21
Dixit (2008)
8
May 2014
7.307
Owned
Plays: 8
A clever party game reliant on analysis and intuition but can also reward guessing. Game comes with a deck of beautifully bizarre illustrated cards. The scoreboard is cute but impractical with rabbit scoring pawns that are prone to falling over.
2015-01-21
Dixit 3 (2012)
8
May 2014
6.951
Owned
N/A
6.071
Owned
Plays: 1
Dixit Jinx (2012)
2
May 2014
5.706
Owned
The normally pensive Dixit reduced to a reaction game with abstract cards replacing the familiar fantasy theme.
2015-01-18
Dixit Odyssey (2011)
8
May 2014
7.344
Owned
Plays: 31
A clever party game reliant on analysis and intuition but can also reward guessing. Game comes with a deck of beautifully bizarre illustrated cards although I find this deck difficult to work with. The scoreboard is an improvement over Dixit but the point marking bands are too narrow plus the pawns remain top-heavy.
2015-01-21
Dixit Origins (2013)
8
May 2014
6.877
Owned
Plays: 6
8
May 2014
5.820
Owned
Dixit Quest (2010)
8
May 2014
7.456
Owned
8
May 2014
6.030
Owned
9
Nov 2014
6.491
Owned
Plays: 10
Possibly the best Dixit deck so far. Fantastic illustrations showing fantastical scenarios.
2015-01-06
N/A
N/A
Owned
DungeonQuest (1985)
6
May 2014
6.356
Owned
5
May 2014
6.377
Owned
5
May 2014
5.881
Owned
Elfengold (1999)
N/A
6.159
Owned
German/English first edition
Year: 2013
8
Oct 2014
6.621
Owned
Plays: 19
N/A
5.493
Owned
6
Sep 2014
6.727
Owned
Plays: 6
This is a fantastic little strategy game lumbered with a bizarre theme which could easily be reskinned into something more neutral. However, the setting up to game play ratio is terrible so I usually don't bother playing this much. Also, I dislike the box's dimensions as it could easily be half the size.
2015-01-31
Ingenious (2004)
7
Nov 2014
7.089
Owned
Plays: 18
Clever abstract where players compare lowest scores and the player with the highest low score wins. The game really needs a communal scoreboard though so players can easily track opponents' scores.
2015-02-14
5
Oct 2015
6.965
Owned
Plays: 2
This just made me want to play a Celtic-themed Carcassonne.

Game play didn't seem very fluid and I imagine in a five player game with each player staring at ten tiles, mentally orientating them and then deciding which is the optimum tile for the current but ever-changing scoring conditions then game play can be sluggish.

And of course as a Carcassonne player the roads not having to connect bothered me immensely.
2015-10-01
Jaipur (2009)
7
Aug 2015
7.407
Owned
Plays: 11
9
Nov 2014
N/A
Owned
Plays: 5
All the tumbling fun of the original but with pink and magenta bricks printed with girlish questions.
2015-01-06
Judge Dredd (1982)
6
May 2014
5.692
Owned
N/A
5.954
Owned
9
Feb 2015
6.929
Owned
Plays: 106
Excellent game. The modular board, special action tiles and scoring cards guarantee so much replay value. The game is easy to both teach and play. Plus orange as a player colour!
2015-02-27
8
Mar 2015
5.983
Owned
Plays: 2
Simple expansion that encourages surrounding a capitol city and partners well with the Workers scoring card.
2015-03-15
8
Mar 2015
5.807
Owned
Plays: 3
Small but strategic expansion. Useful for players who find themselves stuck on a sector. Quite powerful too as any of the adjacent hexes are legal spaces rather than just the hexes adjacent to the graphic cave entrance or hexes that match the drawn terrain type.

Bit disappointed that ships and wagons cannot use these as I especially like the idea of a ship sailing through a network of subterranean rivers!
2015-03-15
8
Mar 2015
6.466
Owned
Plays: 6
8
Mar 2015
6.719
Owned
Plays: 6
9
May 2015
5.616
Owned
Plays: 6
Interesting addition. The double-sided Island board doesn't count as a sector so can be ignored for Farmer and Lord scoring but counts for Discoverer scoring and can count for Knight scoring too. The two special locations are Treehouse (move a settlement onto Forest terrain) and Rope Bridge (move a settlement onto Canyon terrain) and each island has a city.

Tempted to get another so both Islands can be played together.
2015-05-15
Kingdoms (1994)
7
Feb 2015
6.432
Owned
Plays: 8
German first edition
Year: 2013
6
Oct 2015
6.520
Owned
Plays: 32
Astonishingly brutal children's game. The two player bluffing variant is excellent.
2015-02-11
Kolejka (2011)
8
May 2014
6.357
Owned
Plays: 6
N/A
5.801
Owned
Labyrinth (1986)
8
Jun 2015
6.214
Owned
Plays: 7
A shifting tiled maze littered with classic dungeon fare like treasure chests, gems, dragons, spell books and rings! I knew I would love this fun but perplexing game for its theme alone.
2015-06-08
8
Jan 2016
5.486
Owned
Plays: 4
This is a fantastic little filler. The original tile version was good but prone to over-analysing with adults and game play could be quite tortuous but this has got the balance just right with quicker decision-making. And who doesn't like building mazes?
2016-01-17
7
Jun 2014
5.737
Owned
7
Jun 2014
5.770
Owned
Plays: 1
7
Jun 2014
5.663
Owned
Plays: 1
9
May 2014
7.698
Owned
Plays: 328
9
Jul 2014
5.982
Owned
Mixed in with my base game.

Everybody seems to like getting this card, doubly so if they're the builder.
2015-09-12
8
Jun 2014
7.872
Owned
Plays: 59
Gigamic multilingual edition 2007
Year: 2007
8
May 2014
6.350
Owned
Plays: 68
Mega-Mania (1987)
N/A
5.730
Owned
Niagara (2004)
7
Mar 2015
6.424
Owned
6
May 2014
5.641
Owned
No Thanks! (2004)
6
Nov 2014
6.940
Owned
Plays: 38
Port Royal (2014)
7
Aug 2014
6.704
Owned
Plays: 56
N/A
5.817
Owned
Priests of Ra (2009)
8
Jun 2015
6.259
Owned
Plays: 11
N/A
N/A
Owned
Qwirkle (2006)
8
Nov 2014
6.706
Owned
Plays: 128
Abstract tile laying game where you make rows of different shapes of the same colour or different colours of the same shape. Easy to teach and I like how spectators can work out the rules simply by watching a game in progress.
2015-08-08
Qwirkle Cards (2015)
7
Dec 2015
N/A
Owned
Plays: 5
Qwirkle Cubes (2009)
7
Nov 2015
6.054
Owned
Plays: 2
8
Jul 2015
N/A
Owned
Plays: 14
8
May 2014
6.430
Owned
Plays: 74
7
May 2014
6.107
Owned
Plays: 5
6
May 2014
5.907
Owned
N/A
N/A
Owned
7
May 2014
5.651
Owned
Plays: 1
7
May 2014
5.683
Owned
Plays: 2
N/A
N/A
Owned
N/A
5.578
Owned
N/A
N/A
Owned
9
Dec 2015
N/A
Owned
Moomin dice! Complete with plastic molded case to keep them in plus an icon guide for those not familiar with the stories and strange creatures within.
2015-12-18
N/A
N/A
Owned
7
May 2014
5.649
Owned
Plays: 1
N/A
N/A
Owned
7
May 2014
5.928
Owned
Plays: 1
N/A
N/A
Owned
6
Jul 2014
6.145
Owned
Splendor (2014)
5
Oct 2014
7.475
Owned
Plays: 37
7
May 2014
6.591
Owned
Plays: 16
7
Jul 2014
5.819
Owned
Plays: 2
7
May 2014
7.199
Owned
Plays: 9
7
May 2014
6.610
Owned
N/A
6.152
Owned
N/A
6.409
Owned
Sushi Go! (2013)
7
Oct 2015
7.020
Owned
Plays: 6
7
Oct 2015
5.996
Owned
N/A
5.577
Owned
Print-and-play copy.
2016-01-26
N/A
6.154
Owned
Plays: 1
N/A
6.154
Owned
Plays: 1
N/A
6.219
Owned
N/A
5.629
Owned
N/A
6.105
Owned
N/A
6.617
Owned
Plays: 6
N/A
5.876
Owned
N/A
6.420
Owned
N/A
5.653
Owned
N/A
6.437
Owned
N/A
5.741
Owned
N/A
6.721
Owned
Plays: 20
N/A
6.371
Owned
Plays: 4
N/A
5.917
Owned
N/A
6.408
Owned
Plays: 25
N/A
N/A
Owned
Print-and-play copy.
2016-01-26
8
Jan 2015
7.410
Owned
Plays: 44
8
Dec 2015
7.298
Owned
Plays: 3
8
Dec 2014
7.362
Owned
Plays: 3
8
Aug 2015
6.827
Owned
Plays: 17
Super variant where the new Terrain cards can be used to double scores if no other player has more of the same Terrain card.
2015-08-10
8
Dec 2015
6.684
Owned
Plays: 6
N/A
7.132
Owned
8
Jan 2015
7.489
Owned
Plays: 32
8
Dec 2015
7.749
Owned
Trans Europa (2005)
7
May 2014
6.393
Owned
Plays: 15
TransAmerica (2001)
8
May 2014
6.514
Owned
Plays: 66
6
May 2014
6.359
Owned
Plays: 9
The sea monsters don't add anything to the game except for more randomness and only slows game play down. In future I will just play this without them as a bigger version of normal Tsuro.
2015-02-18
4
Feb 2015
5.772
Owned
Waddingtons First Edition
Year: 1969
N/A
5.474
Owned
6
Dec 2014
5.809
Owned
Plays: 2
English/German first edition
Year: 2014
N/A
N/A
Owned
Vexation (2007)
8
Mar 2015
6.261
Owned
Essential expansion for TransAmerica and Trans Europa. I play with a variant rule of three tracks per round instead of three per game.
2015-01-20
Vineta (2008)
7
May 2014
5.890
Owned
Plays: 3
9
Sep 2015
5.590
Owned
Plays: 3
A generous rating but I loved the Fighting Fantasy books as a child, especially the Warlock Of Firetop Mountain so am thrilled to see a board game version of it. The board is fantastic and although this uses the dated roll-and-move mechanic it it's still a lot of fun. And probably the only time I've bothered to actually resolve combat rather than just automatically winning.

At the bottom of the rules the publishers talk about making other Fighting Fantasy books into board games and it's a shame other classics like Citadel Of Chaos, Forest Of Doom, City Of Thieves or Deathtrap Dungeon never got the green light too.
2015-09-15
N/A
N/A
Owned
Free with Spielbox 6/2010.
2015-05-13
Zombie Dice (2010)
6
May 2014
6.154
Owned
Plays: 8
5
May 2014
6.201
Owned
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