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“I shall rebuild House Nuvelle! Nobility will be mine again, and the glory of my esteemed family will once more reign supreme!”
—Constance

Constance is a character from Fire Emblem: Three Houses. She is an inhabitant of Abyss, and a member of the Ashen Wolves. Currently, she's the only known bearer of the Crest of Noa. In the Cindered Shadows side story, Constance is a main protagonist, alongside the other members of the Ashen Wolves.

ProfileEdit

Constance was originally a lady of House Nuvelle, a noble family from the Adrestian Empire that collapsed during the Dagda and Brigid War a few years ago, and is the only survivor. The tragedy that befell House Nuvelle made her extremely afraid of direct sunlight, as it reminded her of it. She is a childhood friend of Mercedes.

She attended the Fhirdiad Royal School of Sorcery and graduated in Year 1177.

Following the collapse of House Nuvelle, Constance moved to the Abyss, although she hasn't given up on her dream of reviving House Nuvelle, and she is watching vigilantly for a chance to do great things and gain worldwide recognition.

Cindered Shadows Edit

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Constance was the first to suspect a mole in Abyss after Aelfric was abducted, deducing that since only the people in Abyss knew about the Chalice of Beginnings, someone would've had to inform the kidnappers about the treasure. Later, Yuri admitted to her that keeping her off his trail was the hardest part of his plan.

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Academy PhaseEdit

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Like the other members of the Ashen Wolves, Constance can be recruited in the Abyss if the Cindered Shadows story has been completed.

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War PhaseEdit

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PersonalityEdit

Constance speaks in a domineering, haughty tone, but maintains a scope of politeness and refined speech, being a noble before hiding in Abyss. At times, she can be rude, especially when loudly voicing her aspirations to restore House Nuvelle to its former glory. Interestingly, Constance also seems to need praise to feel better about herself, as in her victory quotes she demands recognition.

Due to the tragedy that befell her house, Constance suffers from dual personality disorder. Her aforementioned personality are her dominant traits when indoors or outdoors during darker hours or overcast days. When she is exposed to sunlight, she is much more lethargic, apathetic, and even self-deprecating. Her tone is much more polite, but always stated in a manner that seems like she is inconveniencing her conversational partner.

Magical research and development are her favorite activities, believing that it is the best (and only way) to restore House Nuvelle and return it into prominence. However, these spells tend to have questionable utility, such as a spell that gives a rainbow hue to tea which, while beautiful, is ultimately useless. That said, in most of her endings, her research eventually culminates into restoring her House and making it well known across Fódlan.

She holds some distaste for the Adrestian Empire as its actions led to her parents' deaths. Though she bears no grudge against Edelgard, even speaking in a friendly manner to her, she coldly dismisses her apologies for her father's actions. However, she admits if she had known about Edelgard being the Flame Emperor, she would have done everything in her power to stop her, even if it stopped her chance at restoring her family. Should Constance be recruited in Crimson Flower, though, she’ll have a changed viewpoint after admitting to forcing information out of Edelgard.

Through her heritage as an Imperial noble, Constance has personal history with Ferdinand and Mercedes. She used to be close to the former, but their relationship has strained due to his father's inaction when her house fell and his initially clumsy attempt to reconcile with her. She is much more friendly to Mercedes, treating her like a big sister, and expressing dismay that they were so close to reuniting with each other at the Royal School of Sorcery.

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She is also aware of Jeritza's identity, and is among the few to refer to him by his real name "Emile" while noticeably not afraid of him at all.

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In-GameEdit

Base StatsEdit

As a Mission AssistantEdit

A Cursed RelicEdit

Skill FE16 sword icon FE16 lance icon FE16 axe icon FE16 bow icon FE16 brawl icon FE16 reason icon FE16 faith icon FE16 authority icon FE16 heavy armor icon FE16 riding icon FE16 flying icon
Level E E E E E C E D - - -
Start

As an EnemyEdit

A Skirmish in AbyssEdit

Skill FE16 sword icon FE16 lance icon FE16 axe icon FE16 bow icon FE16 brawl icon FE16 reason icon FE16 faith icon FE16 authority icon FE16 heavy armor icon FE16 riding icon FE16 flying icon
Level E E E E E B+ E D - - C
Start

Growth RatesEdit

HP Str Mag Dex Spd Lck Def Res Charm
20% 20% 60% 30% 35% 15% 15% 30% 25%

Maximum StatsEdit

HP Str Mag Dex Spd Lck Def Res Charm
51 32 84 68 60 42 39 51 62

Learnt MagicEdit

Skill Level Reason Faith
D Fire Heal
D+ - Nosferatu
C Sagittae Ward
C+ - -
B Fimbulvetr Rescue
B+ - -
A Bolting Abraxas
A+ Agnea's Arrow -

Learnt AbilitiesEdit

Ability Learned at Notes
Sword Prowess Lv 1 Sword Prowess Lv 1 Innate -
Sword Prowess Lv 2 Sword Prowess Lv 2 FE16 sword icon D+ Replaces Sword Prowess Lv 1
Sword Prowess Lv 3 Sword Prowess Lv 3 FE16 sword icon C+ Replaces Sword Prowess Lv 2
Sword Prowess Lv 4 Sword Prowess Lv 4 FE16 sword icon B+ Replaces Sword Prowess Lv 3
Sword Prowess Lv 5 Sword Prowess Lv 5 FE16 sword icon A+ Replaces Sword Prowess Lv 4
Icon Combat Art FE16 Sword Wrath Strike FE16 sword icon D -
Icon Combat Art FE16 Sword Grounder FE16 sword icon C -
Icon Combat Art FE16 Sword Soulblade FE16 sword icon C+ -
Axebreaker FE16 Axebreaker FE16 sword icon B -
Icon Combat Art FE16 Sword Hexblade FE16 sword icon A -
Sword Crit +10 FE16 Sword Crit +10 FE16 sword icon S -
Swordfaire FE16 Swordfaire FE16 sword icon S+ -
Lance Prowess Lv 1 Lance Prowess Lv 1 FE16 lance icon E+ -
Lance Prowess Lv 2 Lance Prowess Lv 2 FE16 lance icon D+ Replaces Lance Prowess Lv 1
Lance Prowess Lv 3 Lance Prowess Lv 3 FE16 lance icon C+ Replaces Lance Prowess Lv 2
Lance Prowess Lv 4 Lance Prowess Lv 4 FE16 lance icon B+ Replaces Lance Prowess Lv 3
Lance Prowess Lv 5 Lance Prowess Lv 5 FE16 lance icon A+ Replaces Lance Prowess Lv 4
Icon Combat Art FE16 Lance Tempest Lance FE16 lance icon D -
Icon Combat Art FE16 Lance Knightkneeler FE16 lance icon C -
Swordbreaker FE16 Swordbreaker FE16 lance icon B -
Lance Crit +10 FE16 Lance Crit +10 FE16 lance icon S -
Lancefaire FE16 Lancefaire FE16 lance icon S+ -
Axe Prowess Lv 1 Axe Prowess Lv 1 FE16 axe icon E+ -
Axe Prowess Lv 2 Axe Prowess Lv 2 FE16 axe icon D+ Replaces Axe Prowess Lv 1
Axe Prowess Lv 3 Axe Prowess Lv 3 FE16 axe icon C+ Replaces Axe Prowess Lv 2
Axe Prowess Lv 4 Axe Prowess Lv 4 FE16 axe icon B+ Replaces Axe Prowess Lv 3
Axe Prowess Lv 5 Axe Prowess Lv 5 FE16 axe icon A+ Replaces Axe Prowess Lv 4
Icon Combat Art FE16 Axe Smash FE16 axe icon D -
Icon Combat Art FE16 Axe Helm Splitter FE16 axe icon C -
Lancebreaker FE16 Lancebreaker FE16 axe icon B -
Axe Crit +10 FE16 Axe Crit +10 FE16 axe icon S -
Axefaire FE16 Axefaire FE16 axe icon S+ -
Bow Prowess Lv 1 FE16 Bow Prowess Lv 1 FE16 bow icon E+ -
Bow Prowess Lv 2 FE16 Bow Prowess Lv 2 FE16 bow icon D+ Replaces Bow Prowess Lv 1
Bow Prowess Lv 3 FE16 Bow Prowess Lv 3 FE16 bow icon C+ Replaces Bow Prowess Lv 2
Bow Prowess Lv 4 FE16 Bow Prowess Lv 4 FE16 bow icon B+ Replaces Bow Prowess Lv 3
Bow Prowess Lv 5 Bow Prowess Lv 5 FE16 bow icon A+ Replaces Bow Prowess Lv 4
Icon Combat Art FE16 Bow Curved Shot FE16 bow icon D -
Close Counter FE16 Close Counter FE16 bow icon C -
Bow Crit +10 FE16 Bow Crit +10 FE16 bow icon S -
Bowfaire FE16 Bowfaire FE16 bow icon S+ -
Brawling Prowess Lv 1 FE16 Brawling Prowess Lv 1 FE16 brawl icon E+ -
Brawling Prowess Lv 2 FE16 Brawling Prowess Lv 2 FE16 brawl icon D+ Replaces Brawling Prowess Lv 1
Brawling Prowess Lv 3 FE16 Brawling Prowess Lv 3 FE16 brawl icon C+ Replaces Brawling Prowess Lv 2
Brawling Prowess Lv 4 FE16 Brawling Prowess Lv 4 FE16 brawl icon B+ Replaces Brawling Prowess Lv 3
Brawling Prowess Lv 5 FE16 Brawling Prowess Lv 5 FE16 brawl icon A+ Replaces Brawling Prowess Lv 4
Icon Combat Art FE16 Brawl Mystic Blow FE16 brawl icon FE16 hidden talent icon Unlocked after twelve tutoring sessions in Brawling
Icon Combat Art FE16 Brawl Fading Blow FE16 brawl icon D -
Icon Combat Art FE16 Brawl Rushing Blow FE16 brawl icon C -
Combat Art Icon FE16 Special Healing Focus FE16 brawl icon B -
Brawl Crit +10 FE16 Brawl Crit +10 FE16 brawl icon S -
Fistfaire FE16 Fistfaire FE16 brawl icon S+ -
Reason Lv 2 FE16 Reason Lv 2 Innate -
Reason Lv 3 FE16 Reason Lv 3 FE16 reason icon C+ Replaces Reason Lv 2
Reason Lv 4 FE16 Reason Lv 4 FE16 reason icon B+ Replaces Reason Lv 3
Reason Lv 5 FE16 Reason Lv 5 FE16 reason icon A+ Replaces Reason Lv 4
Black Magic Range +1 FE16 Black Magic Range +1 FE16 reason icon S -
Black Tomefaire FE16 Black Tomefaire FE16 reason icon S+ -
Faith Lv 1 Faith Lv 1 FE16 faith icon E+ -
Faith Lv 2 Faith Lv 2 FE16 faith icon D+ Replaces Faith Lv 1
Faith Lv 3 Faith Lv 3 FE16 faith icon C+ Replaces Faith Lv 2
Faith Lv 4 Faith Lv 4 FE16 faith icon B+ Replaces Faith Lv 3
Faith Lv 5 Faith Lv 5 FE16 faith icon A+ Replaces Faith Lv 4
White Magic Range +1 FE16 White Magic Range +1 FE16 faith icon S -
White Tomefaire FE16 White Tomefaire FE16 faith icon S+ -
Authority Lv 1 Authority Lv 1 Innate -
Authority Lv 2 Authority Lv 2 FE16 authority icon D+ Replaces Authority Lv 1
Authority Lv 3 Authority Lv 3 FE16 authority icon C+ Replaces Authority Lv 2
Authority Lv 4 Authority Lv 4 FE16 authority icon B+ Replaces Authority Lv 3
Authority Lv 5 Authority Lv 5 FE16 authority icon A+ Replaces Authority Lv 4
Rally Magic FE16 Rally Magic Innate -
Rally Resistance FE16 Rally Resistance FE16 authority icon C -
Defensive Tactics FE16 Defensive Tactics FE16 authority icon B -
Offensive Tactics FE16 Offensive Tactics FE16 authority icon S+ -
Weight -3 FE16 Weight -3 FE16 heavy armor icon C -
Combat Art Icon FE16 Special Smite FE16 heavy armor icon B -
Weight -5 FE16 Weight -5 FE16 heavy armor icon A -
Armored Effect Null FE16 Armored Effect Null FE16 heavy armor icon S+ -
Dexterity +4 FE16 Dexterity +4 FE16 riding icon C -
Movement +1 FE16 Movement +1 FE16 riding icon A+ -
Cavalry Effect Null FE16 Cavalry Effect Null FE16 riding icon S+ -
Alert Stance FE16 Alert Stance FE16 flying icon B -
Alert Stance+ FE16 Alert Stance+ FE16 flying icon A+ Replaces Alert Stance
Flying Effect Null FE16 Flying Effect Null FE16 flying icon S+ -

RecruitmentEdit

After completing Chapter 2 of the Cindered Shadows side story, Constance can be recruited into the main story from Chapter 2 onwards.

OverallEdit

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Much like Lysithea, Constance is a glass cannon mage who is all about firepower. Her Magic growth rate ties Lysithea's for the highest in the game, but she has poor growths just about everywhere else, especially in Luck and Defense. In particular, her Speed and Dexterity are noticeably worse than Lysithea's in exchange for only slight growth rate improvements to her Strength, Defense, and Resistance (all of which are still very low), though she somewhat makes up for it with her skill strengths being more diverse than Lysithea's, including a strength in Flying, though she doesn't share Lysithea's strength in Faith. As such, Constance can dish out incredible damage per spell, but can be taken out in a single hit by most opponents. Additionally, her Major Crest of Noa allows her to occasionally refund charges on the spells she casts, which can be very helpful given her powerful arsenal otherwise has tightly limited charges. Constance's personal skill, Circadian Beat, is very unique in that it will either boost her offense or defense depending on the map; it is usually better when boosting her offense due to her already-weak defenses, meaning Constance's performance can differ greatly depending on the map.

One thing that Constance has going for her is access to Bolting, a spell that only Hilda and Manuela have otherwise, but she can use it far better than them. This not only lets her decimate enemies at long range, but can let her contribute Linked Attack and Gambit Boost bonuses from extreme distances just by having the spell equipped (unfortunately, her low number of Support chains hinders this). She also gets Agnea's Arrow, Fimbulvetr, and Abraxas, some of the most powerful damage spells in the game, but she may have issues hitting enemies due to her poor Dexterity (thankfully she also gets Sagittae to compensate). Her Faith list also includes Rescue, and she is arguably the strongest user of it in the game thanks to having a higher Magic growth rate than Flayn. Additionally, her strength in Authority will help a great deal in letting her acquire high-tier battalions, though her below-average Charm growth means her Gambits might not be that impressive; battalions that improve her accuracy and magic damage are ones that will greatly benefit her, such as the Ordelia Sorcery Corps or her own Nuvelle Flier Corps (if she's classed as a Dark Flier).

Like other mages, several skills will highly benefit Constance when using her in the main storyline. Mastering Mage will give her Fiendish Blow, augmenting her already-impressive damage output. Her strength in Flying means Pegasus Knight can be a good class to master for Darting Blow, helping to compensate for her spells' Weight and her average Speed. Mastering Archer for Hit +20 can be very helpful to compensate for her below-par Dexterity. Physical classes are generally not recommended in the long run for Constance due to her awful non-Magic growths, though if one uses New Game+ they could take the time to get her to Swordmaster or Mortal Savant just for the minimum Strength boost, helping to offset Weight. Constance does have a budding talent in Brawling, oddly enough, which is worth pursuing if one wants to try an odd build using Aura Knuckles. The War Cleric is one of the very few classes that are capable of using both magic and brawling, and will boost the damage of her Aura Knuckles attacks with Fistfaire. Due to her lackluster Speed, she will greatly benefit from the Brave quality all Gauntlets have. Dark Flier is a strong late-game choice, taking advantage of her strengths and giving her access to Black Tomefaire and Canto. Gremory is still an excellent option as it is for all females magic users. Classing her as a Valkyrie will also prove highly beneficial to acquire Uncanny Blow, which greatly helps Constance's accuracy issues when she initiates combat, in particular with Bolting. When leveling up Constance, it is more recommended that she be classed as a Warlock, Bishop, or Gremory for the 10% boost in her Magic growth rate, as Dark Flier does not apply any such bonus (it instead gives her extra Speed and Resistance growths, neither of which are as important to her as Magic). Constance's weaknesses in Axe and Heavy Armor mean Weight -3 and Weight -5 are not worth trying to acquire, so her spells' Weight is always going to be an issue.

Overall, Constance can be thought of as a more-mobile, longer-ranged, but less reliable version of Lysithea who specializes in Anima rather than Dark magic. She'll take out just about any enemies she hits, but has to be kept away from danger. Fortunately, thanks to Bolting, she can easily stay out of an enemy's reach, and she can also pull an ally out of a bad spot with Rescue even from extreme ranges.

Tea Party ConversationsEdit

See also: Constance/Tea Party

SupportsEdit

See also: Constance/Supports

Quotes Edit

Three Houses Edit

Constance/Quotes

Possible Endings Edit

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Constance – Sorcery Incarnate (Other Routes)

"For her service in war, and her innovations in magic, Constance von Nuvelle was among the first to receive peerage in the new Fódlan. For generations thereafter, her noble house was valued as a leader in magical research and development."

Constance - Scion of Nuvelle (Crimson Flower)

"For her service in war, and her innovations in magic, Constance Von Nuvelle was among the first to receive peerage from Emperor Edelgard. Though her noble house was given no guarantee of power on a hereditary basis, Constance made certain that House Nuvelle would be valued as the leader in magical research and development for generations to come."

Constance and Byleth (Crimson Flower)

"Almost as soon as Byleth and Constance were wed in a spectacular ceremony, the battle with those who slither in the dark began in earnest. Constance’s efforts to understand and implement the magical techniques of the enemy quickly became instrumental, both to the fight and to the era of peaceful Imperial rule that followed. Though, the couple was known during their time for their countless contributions to the Empire, they were remembered best for their charming, if unnerving, anecdotes of a wife’s relentless insistence on using her husband as a test subject for experiments."

Constance and Byleth (Azure Moon)

"After taking his place as the new archbishop of the Church of Seiros, Byleth announced his marriage to Constance, who was given peerage for her service in war and permitted to revive House Nuvelle. Praised for her innovative talent, she rapidly rose to prominence in the new era, and her house came to be relied upon as a valued leader In magical research and development for generations. Though the couple was known during their time as pioneer reformers for the church, they were remembered best for their charming, if unnerving, anecdotes of a wife’s relentless insistence on using her husband as a test subject for experiments."

Constance and Byleth (Verdant Wind/ Silver Snow)

"After ascending to the throne as the first leader of the United Kingdom of Fódlan, Byleth announced his marriage to Constance, who was given peerage for her service in the war and permitted to revive House Nuvelle. Praised for her innovative talent, she rapidly rose to prominence in the new era, and her house came to be relied upon as a valued leader in magical research and development for generations to come. She was not without detractors, however. Jealous rumors persisted throughout her life that the rays of the sun compelled her to retreat into hiding, threatening to reveal her monstrous true form."

Constance and Edelgard

"For her service in the war and her innovations in magic, Constance von Nuvelle was among the first to receive peerage from Emperor Edelgard. Though her noble house was given no guarantee of power on a hereditary basis, Constance made certain that House Nuvelle would be relied upon in helping to achieve Edelgard’s vision of a new social order. The emperor kept Constance close at hand and routinely recognized her counsel as valuable, which helped to bolster Constance’s own sense of worth. It is rumored that the two were also dear personal friends and that they would slip away from duties of governance to traipse through the capital together."

Constance and Ferdinand

"After officially becoming the new Duke of Aegir, Ferdinand found that he had a new neighbor in Constance, whose revived noble house was granted the old Hrym territory for its domain. They were married in short order, and their adjoining territories were merged. The couple’s diverse talents helped them overcome countless obstacles together, in pursuit of a restored land. They had many children, including one who became well-known in her own right for the advancements she brought to her mother’s research. For generations thereafter, House Nuvelle stood at the forefront of magical progress."

Constance and Ferdinand (Crimson Flower)

"After officially becoming the new Duke Aegir, Ferdinand found that he had a new neighbor in Constance, whose revived noble house was granted the old Hrym territory for its domain. It was a prescient move by Emperor Edelgard, as Ferdinand and Constance were quick to marry and merge their adjoining territories. The couple's diverse talents helped them overcome countless obstacles together, in pursuit of a restored land and a new social order for the Empire."

Constance and Mercedes

"After the war, Constance and Mercedes traveled together to the school of sorcery in Fhirdiad. There, they immersed themselves in magical research and, with the help of their friends and all the school's resources, made one astounding discovery after another. Their considerable achievements led to the revitalization of both House Nuvelle and House Martritz. The pair grew increasingly close over the years so that, as time wore on, they became less like friends and more like family. It is said that, years later, each began to speak of the other as if she were a dear sister."

Constance and Jeritza

"After the war, Jeritza and Constance joined the battle against those who slither in the dark. In that dire struggle, which raged across the continent, Constance earned her noble title with powerful magic that proved essential to victory. Her rise in status ruffled more than a few feathers, but Jeritza kept the Imperial nobility in line. It is said, in the ballads composed about the couple, that they swore their wedding vows in the beautiful rose garden they had planted together on Nuvelle estate."

Constance and Yuri

"After the war, Constance devoted herself to her magical research. Her unorthodox methods allowed her to make great strides, which earned her acclaim and eventually enabled her to restore her noble house. Afterward, almost as if to spite her detractors, she married Yuri. The pair made a happy, if unconventional, couple, as the husband frequently ventured away for months on end. In the long years of their marriage, however, Constance laughed off any concerns as she known to say Yuri always knew to find his way home. Many decades later, he passed away in bed alongside his beloved wife."

Constance and Balthus

"For her service in war, and her innovations in magic, Constance von Nuvelle was among the first to receive peerage in the new Fódlan. The very next day, she and Balthus were wed, and the couple set about the restoration of House Nuvelle. For their domain, they claimed not the land once ruled by that house, but rather an area in the east of Leicester that encompassed Kupala. There, they became known as advocates for the mountain folk, and as nobles who lived moment to moment as outlandishly as they pleased."

Constance and Balthus (Crimson Flower)

"Constance was the first to receive peerage from Emperor Edelgard, and though Balthus sometimes chafed from being at the mercy of his wife’s whims, the couple worked diligently to solidify the new social order under Imperial rule. House Nuvelle was given no guarantee of continued power on a hereditary basis but nevertheless achieved lasting status as a leader in the magical arts."

Constance and Hapi

"Once all the fighting was over, Hapi and Constance set out together on a journey across Fódlan. They toured the land as they liked, watching it come together in the aftermath of war. They helped in the rebuilding effort here and there with magic and even the occasional sigh. When their wanderings were done, they returned to Garreg Mach, to which they also lent their restorative talents, both above and below the ground. It is said that they remained lifelong friends, steadfast through thick and thin forever after."


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Non-Canon AppearancesEdit

Fire Emblem 0 (Cipher)Edit

Constance is illustrated in the trading card game Fire Emblem Cipher with the following cards:

EtymologyEdit

Constance is a Latin female given name that means "constant."

TriviaEdit

  • Constance is the only character in Three Houses to learn Fimbulvetr without also learning Blizzard.
  • Constance shares her English VA, Kirsten Day, with Lethe from Fire Emblem Heroes.
  • In her supports with male Byleth and Balthus, the Gatekeeper also makes an appearance, with a significant amount of dialogue despite being a tertiary character. In most other supports (including other games), tertiary characters in support conversations make a very limited appearance with little dialogue.
  • Constance uses blue, red, and pink colors for her classes.
    • She is the only unit to do so, meaning that all of her battle models are technically unique. She shares this distinction with Bernadetta, Lorenz, Leonie, and Yuri.

GalleryEdit

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