Last updated on January 22, 2021

Article by Niels van der Vlugt and Ender Orçun Çetiner

Official WotC graphic for M21

Is 2020 really rushing by us? Actually, for many, this has been the longest year in quite a long, long time.

But as far as Wizards of the Coast is concerned, it’s almost 2021! Core Set 2021, that is. Do they hand out rewards for amazing segues? Because I think I just earned one.

Core Set 2021 will be the third Core Set released by Wizards since their hiatus after Magic Origins back in 2015. If you’ve been paying attention—and I’m assuming you have—you’ll know that it’s been heavily hinted to be a set revolving around Teferi. This continues WotC’s trend after M20’s focus on Chandra. I’ll be speculating more about what this could mean for the set later on. Let’s start out with the core of the set first.

Teferi, Hero of Dominaria MTG card art by Chris Rallis

Teferi, Hero of Dominaria | Illustration by Chris Rallis

Basic Information

The info is starting to trickle out on M21. Despite the initial confusion, it looks like the set symbol will be the letters “M21” instead of also including the Jumpstart symbol.

Core Set 2021 is closely linked to the Jumpstart set, including having a bunch of the same cards.

Otherwise, let’s take a look the key facts and figures for this set:

Spite MTG card art by David Martin

Spite // Malice | Illustration by David Martin

Important Dates

First of all, let’s start with the obvious. We’re all still dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, so some of the dates for the release may be subject to change because of it. WotC announced the following on their WPN Wizards site:

We recommend all WPN members continue to review best practices for event management as provided by the World Health Organization and Centers for Disease Control during the COVID-19 outbreak. We will continue to monitor the situation and adjust the [above] schedule where appropriate.

Please keep this in mind when planning on heading out to your LGS for any prerelease events. You’ll still be able to get to know the set on MTG Arena, though. If COVID-19 prohibits the paper prerelease from continuing as planned, you’ll always be able to draft the set digitally. Here’s a current list of all known dates concerning this set, though:

Teferi, Mage of Zhalfir MTG card art by Volkan Baga

Teferi, Mage of Zhalfir | Illustration by Volkan Baga

About the Set

Core Set 2021 is part of the current standard-legal (Premier) sets and will also continue to be legal after rotation when Zendikar Rising releases in Q4 of 2020. Needless to say, this set will set the tone (the flavor, if you will) for what we can expect to see in both the current and coming Standard landscapes.

In the preview video for the set, Mark Rosewater called it “one of the best core sets of all time.” But I think he might be just a little bit biased.

Teferi's Protection MTG card art by Chase Stone

Teferi’s Protection | Illustration by Chase Stone

The Flavor and Story of M21

If you follow Magic passionately, the Throne of Eldraine announcement stream WotC released in September 2019 won’t have escaped your attention. If it did, take the time to watch it:

After you’ve gazed wonderingly at the amazing-looking trailer for ELD, you’re transported to an interview between Jimmy Wong, Mark Rosewater, and Cynthia Sheppard. At around 13:55, the latter introduces Core Set 2021 and gives us a small hint… Teferi! *cue epic music*

Cynthia follows that up with: “If you like Teferi, you will not be disappointed in this set.” If that isn’t something to get excited about, I don’t know what is! It also gives room to speculate on what type of cards you can expect other than the usual reprints that are always featured in a Core Set.

The Planeswalkers

Beyond our main headliner Teferi, we also know the other planeswalkers that will be gracing us in the set. These are:

  • Basri Ket
  • Liliana Vess
  • Chandra Nalaar
  • Garruk Wildspeaker
  • Ugin

Basri Ket is a brand new character introduced by Core Set 2021. He’s a paladin from the plane of Amonhket and is known for wielding “sand magic.”

Basri completed the Trial of Solidarity and his spark was ignited in a “moment of pure elation.” He was a follower of Oketra and returns to Amonket to find it in ruins after disappearing upon becoming a planeswalker.

His signature weapon is part spear, part javelin, and part battle ax. Quite the implement.

You can find out more about the new planeswalker here.

All Hounds are Dogs

People have been clamoring for this one for a while! Now along with their real-world companions, cats, dogs can finally exist on the planes of Magic.

For years we’ve been fed cards with hounds and all other sorts of canines. But now they have been retroactively changed to be dogs. And you get a new doggo to boot:

Rin and Seri Inseparable

Set Mechanics

Phasing

That’s right, one of the weirdest and possibly most complex mechanics in Magic is back! It is only printed on one card. But that card is the hallmark planeswalker of the set, Teferi, Master of Time.

Teferi, Master of Time

It’s astounding how the reminder text for phasing has simply been summarized:

Treat it and anything attached to it as though they don’t exist until its controller’s next turn.

If you’re doubting how complex phasing is, take a look at this detailed thread from a former judge:

Believe it or not, phasing has actually been cleaned up to become “less complicated.” We’ll see if it plays out that way.

Mill

For the first time ever, “Mill” has been used officially on a Magic card:

Teferi's Tutelage

Since the beginning of time Magic players have been using this word to mean “put cards from a library into the graveyard” (originally coined because of Millstone), but now it seems that the term is official. To be honest, any entrenched Magic player was just using this term anyway!

If this type of news excites you, we actually have an article about mill decks in Standard. Maybe there will be more cards for you to squeeze in there?

Prowess

Prowess is back again after a brief hiatus. Prowess states, “Whenever you cast a noncreature spell, this creature gets +1/+1 until end of turn.”

The keyword is “deciduous,” meaning it shows up occasionally, but not in every set like an evergreen keyword such as flying.

Given the off-the-charts complexity of Ikoria, it makes sense that M21 follows the precedent of core sets having a smaller number of mechanics to keep the mental load easier for new players.

Teferi, Timebender MTG card art by Zack Stella

Teferi, Timebender | Illustration by Zack Stella

Spoilers

The spoilers from Core Set 2021 are now complete!

Card previews were originally set to begin on June 4, but were postponed to June 5. See below for every card in the mainline set, along with all the variants and showcase cards.

Disrupt MTG card art by Paolo Parente

Disrupt | Illustration by Paolo Parente

Card Gallery

White

Blue

Black

Red

Green

Colorless

Multicolored

Lands

Reprints

As you’re probably well aware if you’ve been addicted to MTG for as long as I have, you’ll know that Core Sets are the perfect place for reprints. Not only do they set the tone for what Wizards wants to be featured going forward after the next rotation, it also emphasizes “the best of” what we’ve seen so far.

Here’s a list of the cards that are reprinted in M21:

No Fetch Lands

Yes, I know you’re really desperate to get you hands on new Fetches, especially with the prices being sky high. But unfortunately, we know for sure that the fetch lands will not be printed into Standard this year. You’ll have to wait for a later set.

Syncopate MTG card art by Tommy Arnold

Syncopate | Illustration by Tommy Arnold

Fun Facts

M21 dog art

Mark Rosewater’s Official M21 Facts

As he did with Ikoria: Lair of Behemoths, Magic’s lead designer Mark Rosewater (MaRo) gave us a teaser post on his blog where he revealed a whole bunch of fun information about the set.

Here’s what he said:

The new core set has a lot of exciting new cards, including:

• A brand new planeswalker (from a plane we’ve visited)
• A card that lets you draw half of your library.
• A +1/+1 tribal lord for a creature type that’s never had one. (A creature type with over fifty cards already in print.)
• A character with a Vanguard card and a legendary creature card gets a second of the latter.
• A card with thirty-one different options.
• A card that gains all activated abilities of a certain subset of cards in a place it’s never done it before.
• A card that uses a nonevergreen named ability over twenty years old.
• A card with the words “battlefield”, “cast”, “creature”, “converted mana cost”, “end of turn”, “exile”, “graveyard” and “mana cost”.
• An aura inspired from a cycle from Urza’s Saga block
• A non evergreen enchantment subtype returns

Core 2021 also has a number of fun reprints, including:
• A popular character first introduced in flavor text.
• A French Vanilla mythic rare.
• A popular aura that started as part of a cycle.
• A card with a unique protection.
• Two cards played in tournaments that have been reprinted over twenty times with at least five different pieces of art
• A card that’s never previously appeared in a premier set.
• A card that’s never been reprinted before which has a 2, 3, 5 and 6 all appear on the card.
• A Human Monk.
• A card from the Time Spiral timeshifted sheet.

Have at it and let us know what you think any of this means!

Temples Are Back!

Core Set 2021’s obligatory cycle of dual lands is… temples! The enemy-colored temples make their return in the set, providing much needed fixing to make the Standard environment work.

The five temples in M21 are:

Facts About Teferi

Since this set is about Teferi, let’s dig a little into the history of this famous planeswalker.

Teferi has been a long-standing pillar in Magic lore, even though a story-arc with him as a central figure has only more recently revived him. He was a big part of the Mirage war and the onset of the phyrexian invasion, mostly meddling with time. In a process of events, he phases out Jamuraa and parts of Shiv only to discover a lot of time rifts later on. He ends up giving up his spark to mend all these rifts. After that, he chose to not meddle with current events any longer. That is until we returned to Dominaria and found out Jhoira somehow had Teferi’s planeswalker spark, pulling him back into the storylines that followed.

With this and the previous knowledge of what Wizards did with Chandra in M20, I think you can expect M21 to involve a couple of things that have to do with Teferi. Here are my speculations on what you might see and why:

  • Teferi is a time-mage, after all.
  • He’s been known to create a few in the past, like Teferi’s Puzzle Box.
  • A close friend of his who’s been included in his storylines before.
  • Another close friend. Teferi, Jhoira, and Karn all went to Tolarian Academy together and had a bunch of adventures.
  • Teferi has meddled with them before and they’ve been hinted at more recently in MTG.
  • Teferi started out as a blue mage but shifted to UW in recent years. It wouldn’t be weird if they gave UW a couple of awesome new cards to tinker with.
  • It’s his plane and homeland, so a tribute to either wouldn’t surprise me.

These are my personal picks on flavor for Core Set 2021. If you have your own thoughts on what you expect to see, drop them in the comments below. I’m looking forward to hearing what your take on the flavor is!

Dominaria key art by Tyler Jacobson

Illustration by Tyler Jacobson

Core Set 2021 In-Store Prereleases

While it does sound like there will be in-store prereleases, from June 26 to July 2, they won’t be happening everywhere.

As with Ikoria, you’ll have the option of doing an “At Home Prerelease” if your LGS is closed or you area is not allowing this type of business to be open. An at home prerelease means that you can have your local game store mail your prerelease kit to you or pick it up from them to take home.

You can find your closest store by going to the Wizards store locator.

Release on MTG Arena and Magic Online

Core Set 2021 will be released on MTG Arena on June 25. The Magic Online release is on the same day.

As always, you’ll be able to practice the set on Draftsim’s draft simulator before the set comes out, both sealed and draft.

We’re also aiming to have Arena Tutor updated in time for the Arena release as well.

Promos and Special Cards

Buy a Box Promo

The Core Set 2021 buy a box promo is Rin and Seri, Insparable. This one has an extended art treatment and is foil.

You can get the buy a box promo from your local game store by pre-ordering a Draft Booster box or Collector Booster box.

Rin and Seri Inseparable

Oh and in case you were wondering? Rin is the dog (think Rin Tin Tin) and Seri is the cat.

Showcase and Borderless Cards

Showcase cards can be found in both Draft Boosters and Collector Boosters.

Each planeswalker, alongside six special reprints have special Showcase frame treatments. Here they are:

This time around, each basic land also has a Showcase treatment:

Extended Treatments

These are rares and mythic rares from Collector Boosters (only) that don’t already have a Showcase or Borderless treatment.

T4feri: Four Versions of Teferi, Master of Time

And if it wasn’t clear to you that Teferi was the showcase planeswalker of the set, WotC has decided to make it really clear by having four alternate-art versions of the same card, Teferi, Master of Time.

Believe it or not these all have slightly different art. I know, you might have to stare at them for a while. It reminds me of doing one of these as a kid…

kids train drawing

Can you spot all the differences between the two choo choo trains?

Just like the other “Showcase” cards, these Showcase versions of Teferi will be found in Collector Boosters and Draft Boosters.

Products Available and Types of Packs

Now that we’ve seen the last few sets starting with Throne of Eldraine have multiple types of packs, it seems only logical that Wizards continues this with M21.

Draft Boosters

M21 booster box

Standard packs made for both collecting and drafting, containing 15 cards. 1 rare/mythic, 3 uncommons, 10 commons, 1 land, and one token. As usual, a booster box will contain 36 booster packs.

Packs have a foil in them about 1/3 of the time (replacing a common). Both Borderless Cards and Showcase Cards can appear in Draft Boosters.

Magic: The Gathering Core Set 2021 (M21) Draft Booster Box | 36 Booster Packs (540 Cards) | Latest Set
  • GROW YOUR COLLECTION. Your Core Set 2021 booster box has 36 Draft Booster Packs to help fill your deck with classic cards from Magic: The Gathering’s Core Set 2021 (M21).
  • MAGIC LIKE YOU REMEMBER IT. Core Set 2021 (M21) gathers iconic cards from MTG’s past and combines them with recent favorites. It’s the perfect set to reconnect with Magic: The Gathering.
  • PLAY IN STYLE. Core Set 2021 is filled with beautiful cards and special art treatments, including alternate art, thematic showcase frames, and more.
  • FILL YOUR BINDER. With 540 cards in every M21 draft booster box, you’re sure to uncover some new gems to add to your collection.
  • THE BEST BOOSTER FOR DRAFTING. Open a box and draft with up to 12 friends for an unforgettable game night. (Note: Booster Drafts require more land cards than are included in a booster box.)

Collector Boosters

M21 collector booster box
Collector Booster contents graphic

15 “exciting cards” from Core Set 2021. A Collector Booster box comes with 12 booster packs.

Magic: The Gathering Core Set 2021 (M21) Collector Booster Box | 12 Packs | Min. 4 Rares Per Pack | Latest Set, Model Number: C75100000
  • UPGRADE YOUR COLLECTION. Collector Boosters are supercharged booster packs, loaded with nothing but the best. Each pack includes 15 of the most desirable cards from Core Set 2021.
  • TREAT YOURSELF. The perfect pack for collectors—you’ll find more rare cards than appear in Draft Boosters, with at least 4 rare or mythic rare cards in every pack.
  • PLAY IN STYLE. Each pack includes 11 foils and at least 7 cards with special art treatments, including extended-art cards found only in Collector Boosters.
  • MAGIC LIKE YOU REMEMBER IT. Core Set 2021 (M21) gathers iconic cards from MTG’s past and combines them with recent favorites. It’s the perfect set to reconnect with Magic: The Gathering.
  • Contents: 12 Collector Boosters. Each includes: 4 foil commons, common dual lands, or basic lands; 2 foil uncommons; 1 foil showcase basic land; 1 extended-art rare or mythic rare; 2 foil rares or mythic rares, or foil extended-art rares or mythic rares; 2 showcase commons or uncommons, or a borderless card; 1 showcase or borderless rare or mythic rare; 1 foil showcase common or uncommon, or a borderless card; 1 foil showcase or borderless card, any rarity; 1 foil token

For M21, the contents of the Collector Booster are as follows:

  • 2 Foil uncommons
  • 1 Foil showcase basic land
  • 1 Extended-art rare or mythic rare (45 rares, 8 mythic rares)
  • 2 Foil rares or mythic rares, or foil extended-art rares or mythic rares
  • 2 Showcase commons or uncommons, or a borderless card being previewed by Martin Juza on June 8 (5 commons, 6 uncommons)
  • 1 Showcase or borderless rare or mythic rare (8 rares, 17 mythic rares including 5 versions of mythic rare Teferi)
  • 1 Foil showcase common or uncommon, or a borderless card being previewed by Martin Juza on June 8 (5 commons, 6 uncommons)
  • 1 Foil showcase or borderless card, any rarity (5 commons, 6 uncommons, 8 rares, 17 mythic rares including 5 versions of mythic rare Teferi)
  • 1 Foil token
Magic: The Gathering Core Set 2021 (M21) Collector Booster | 15 Cards | Min. 4 Rares Per Pack
  • UPGRADE YOUR COLLECTION. Collector Boosters are supercharged booster packs, loaded with nothing but the best. Each pack includes 15 of the most desirable cards from Core Set 2021.
  • TREAT YOURSELF. The perfect pack for collectors—you’ll find more rare cards than appear in Draft Boosters, with at least 4 rare or mythic rare cards in every pack.
  • PLAY IN STYLE. Each pack includes 11 foils and at least 7 cards with special art treatments, including extended-art cards found only in Collector Boosters.
  • MAGIC LIKE YOU REMEMBER IT. Core Set 2021 (M21) gathers iconic cards from MTG’s past and combines them with recent favorites. It’s the perfect set to reconnect with Magic: The Gathering.
  • Contents: 4 foil commons, common dual lands, or basic lands; 2 foil uncommons; 1 foil showcase basic land; 1 extended-art rare or mythic rare; 2 foil rares or mythic rares, or foil extended-art rares or mythic rares; 2 showcase commons or uncommons, or a borderless card; 1 showcase or borderless rare or mythic rare; 1 foil showcase common or uncommon, or a borderless card; 1 foil showcase or borderless card, any rarity; 1 foil token

Prerelease Packs

These will contain:

  • 6 draft boosters for M21
  • 1 foil stamped promo rare or mythic from the set
  • A spindown die/life tracker
  • A MTG Arena code card (these typically will give you free packs on MTGA)

Bundles

M21 bundle

These contain for the set and make great gifts. Inside there are:

  • 10 draft boosters
  • 20 foil lands
  • 20 regular lands
  • 1 foil promo
  • 1 oversized spin down life tracker
  • 2 reference cards
  • 1 storage box

Planeswalker Decks

M21 planeswalker decks

Yes, planeswalker decks are back! Though Ikoria had Commander 2020 as its preconstructed deck of choice, it looks like Core Set 2021 will be bringing back these staple precons.

Good news – they will continue to have free redeemable codes for decks in MTGA inside as well. The deck boxes contain:

  • A 60-card deck with a foil planeswalker
  • A bonus draft booster
  • A strategy guide
  • A card with an MTGA code on it
Basri, Devoted Paladin

There are five Planeswalker Decks for Core Set 2021, each based around one of the monocolored planeswalkers:

  • Basri, Devoted Paladin
  • Teferi, Timeless Voyager
  • Liliana, Death Mage
  • Chandra, Flame’s Catalyst
  • Garruk, Savage Herald
Deck
Magic: The Gathering Basri Ket, Devoted Paladin Planeswalker Deck | Core Set 2021 (M21) | 60 Card Starter Deck
Magic: The Gathering Teferi Timeless Voyager Planeswalker Deck | Core Set 2021 (M21) | 60 Card Starter Deck
Magic: The Gathering Liliana Death Mage Planeswalker Deck | Core Set 2021 (M21) | 60 Card Starter Deck
Magic: The Gathering Chandra, Flame’s Catalyst Planeswalker Deck | Core Set 2021 (M21) | 60 Card Starter Deck, C76580000
Magic: The Gathering Garruk, Savage Herald Planeswalker Deck | Core Set 2021 (M21) | 60 Card Starter Deck
Preview
Magic: The Gathering Basri Ket, Devoted Paladin Planeswalker Deck | Core Set 2021 (M21) | 60 Card Starter Deck
Magic: The Gathering Teferi Timeless Voyager Planeswalker Deck | Core Set 2021 (M21) | 60 Card Starter Deck
Magic: The Gathering Liliana Death Mage Planeswalker Deck | Core Set 2021 (M21) | 60 Card Starter Deck
Magic: The Gathering Chandra, Flame’s Catalyst Planeswalker Deck | Core Set 2021 (M21) | 60 Card Starter Deck, C76580000
Magic: The Gathering Garruk, Savage Herald Planeswalker Deck | Core Set 2021 (M21) | 60 Card Starter Deck
Theme
Play a bunch of creatures and grow them
Draw lots of extra cards
Bring your creatures back to life
Set your opponents on fire
Play big creatures
Price
$13.00
$11.30
$48.88
$12.88
$12.39
Deck
Magic: The Gathering Basri Ket, Devoted Paladin Planeswalker Deck | Core Set 2021 (M21) | 60 Card Starter Deck
Preview
Magic: The Gathering Basri Ket, Devoted Paladin Planeswalker Deck | Core Set 2021 (M21) | 60 Card Starter Deck
Theme
Play a bunch of creatures and grow them
Price
$13.00
Deck
Magic: The Gathering Teferi Timeless Voyager Planeswalker Deck | Core Set 2021 (M21) | 60 Card Starter Deck
Preview
Magic: The Gathering Teferi Timeless Voyager Planeswalker Deck | Core Set 2021 (M21) | 60 Card Starter Deck
Theme
Draw lots of extra cards
Price
$11.30
Deck
Magic: The Gathering Liliana Death Mage Planeswalker Deck | Core Set 2021 (M21) | 60 Card Starter Deck
Preview
Magic: The Gathering Liliana Death Mage Planeswalker Deck | Core Set 2021 (M21) | 60 Card Starter Deck
Theme
Bring your creatures back to life
Price
$48.88
Deck
Magic: The Gathering Chandra, Flame’s Catalyst Planeswalker Deck | Core Set 2021 (M21) | 60 Card Starter Deck, C76580000
Preview
Magic: The Gathering Chandra, Flame’s Catalyst Planeswalker Deck | Core Set 2021 (M21) | 60 Card Starter Deck, C76580000
Theme
Set your opponents on fire
Price
$12.88
Deck
Magic: The Gathering Garruk, Savage Herald Planeswalker Deck | Core Set 2021 (M21) | 60 Card Starter Deck
Preview
Magic: The Gathering Garruk, Savage Herald Planeswalker Deck | Core Set 2021 (M21) | 60 Card Starter Deck
Theme
Play big creatures
Price
$12.39

Note that these are the nerfed/neutered versions of the planeswalkers found in the set’s booster packs, but they are still Standard-legal and still pretty darn fun. Plus they’re ready to go right out of the box.

MTG Magic the Gathering Core Set 2021 M21 – All 5 Planeswalker Decks!
  • The Core 2021 set includes great new planeswalker cards like Teferi, as well as powerful reprints for both new and engaged players!
  • This listing includes all 5 Planeswalker decks.
  • Each deck has one 60-card deck, 1 Core 2021 booster pack, 1 MTG Arena code card, and more! This listing is for all 5 decks: 1 of each version.
  • Release Date: July 03 2020

Welcome Boosters

M21 welcome booster pack

Now this is new. You might be familiar with the very simplistic monocolored precons (“Welcome Decks”) that are typically handed out to new/learning players at your store. Those have now been replaced with Welcome Boosters.

Welcome Boosters are free at stores, have identical contents, and contain legendaries, planeswalkers, and Showcase Cards.

Temporal Machinations MTG card art by Zack Stella

Temporal Machinations | Illustration by Zack Stella

Where to Buy: Deals

This set will be available through the usual channels, both online and offline. Here are some suggestions to check out and place your orders, pre-orders, and get gifts for this set.

As always, if you can support your local game store, please do that!

Otherwise here’s some places I’ve looked into some deals for you:

Amazon

M21 booster box

Amazon is looking a little pricey right now. Definitely above the typical price for a booster box, but I suspect this will come down as we get closer to release.

M21 collector booster box Collector Booster boxes are also available on Amazon…

eBay

eBay currently has the best prices on booster boxes. I’m even seeing a few sub-$90 box listings:

And there are some collector booster boxes available as well:

TCGPlayer

Right now, prices on TCGPlayer are a bit higher than eBay but it is a great place to check if you’re looking to get singles at a competitive price as well.

Of course, if you have your own preferred place that you always get your MTG products from, feel free to support them.

Teferi's Time Twist MTG card art by Ralph Horsley

Teferi’s Time Twist | Illustration by Ralph Horsley

Let’s Wrap It Up

With that, I’ve given you all the information currently available on Core Set 2021! I hope you’re looking forward to this set as much as I am. I’m a big fan of Wizards telling us more about our favorite characters in Magic using a Core Set. It’s something they’ve started doing since Magic Origins and I’m happy to see them continue this line with M21.

If Teferi isn’t your favorite character, though, not to worry! The set will have plenty more to offer than just the time wizard. Core Sets are always a great way to get a little peek into the future of where WotC wants to go after rotation happens. The roads aren’t always as clear and the hints can be buried pretty deep, but discussing with your friends on what they might be is one of the joys of Magic; the interaction between human beings. Make sure you keep the appropriate distance, though!

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Oath of Teferi MTG card art by Wesley Burt

Oath of Teferi | Illustration by Wesley Burt

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    Gene June 4, 2020 9:22 am

    Well, now I’m not as excited about little teferi rotating out, I hate that guy.

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