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    Pilot Candidate

    Pilot Candidate

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2002)
    Welcome to the Pilot Candidate guide at TV Tome. In the future, mankind has been left to a planet called Zion. They have been forced on to this planet by space creatures called "Victims." Terrorized by these Victims, Zion remains the only human inhabited planet left, thus mankind's last hope for survival. But with the alien invasion of Victims moving in, their only defense are the five "Goddesses" and their pilots. This brings in Zero: headstrong and short-tempered. Zero hopes to one day fulfill his dream of becoming a goddess pilot. "For those with wings, fly to your dreams" Alternative Titles: Candidate For Goddess Megami Kouhosei OP: "Aim for Zion, Planet of Hope" ED 1: "Chance" ED 2: "Kagayaki" Vocabulary: Atomic: Defects contained in every human body. Aqui Keameia: The orange Goddess piloted by Rioroute. Eeva Leena: The blue Goddess piloted by Gareas. Errn Laties: This is the white goddess piloted by Teela. GOA: Goddess Operator Academy. This is where candidates are taken and trained to become pilots. Goddess: For the few that become pilots, a Goddess is like a big (very big) robot. This is what's used when fighting the victims. Ingrid: Other name for Goddess. Luhma Klein: The Goddess piloted by Ernest. Pro-Ing: Mecha used by candidates during training. Tellia Kallisto: The red Goddess piloted by Yu. Zenoah: A person with no atomic defects. Note: Know something I don't? Submit it!moreless
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    Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs

    Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2011)
    Welcome! You're on board the magic Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs ride at TV.com! Stegosaurus, Pterodactyl, Tyrannosaurus Rex Scelidosaurus, Apatosaurus, Triceratops is next Taury, Patsy, Sid and Trike Pterence, Steggy, what a sight! It's Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs To get on board the magic ride All we do is jump inside With Harry and His Bucket His bucket full of dinosaurs! Jump, Harry! Kids are just wild about Harry! No, not Harry Potter (well, okay, him too) --- Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs! Based on a series of best-selling books, Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs features a five-year-old boy who is transported to an imaginary world by jumping into his bucket of toy dinosaurs. In every episode, Harry explores some of life's issues, including learning good manners, being careful, helping others and more. He joins his toy dinosaur friends in Dino World, a world created entirely of their imagination where just about anything can happen. Currently airs from approximately 9:05 - 9:28 A.M. every weekday on Cartoon Network's Tickle U block in the United States. Don't live in the United States? You may still be in luck! Harry airs in several other markets. You can catch the show in Canada on Teletoon, known for programming including the cult-hit Toad Patrol. In Great Britain, the show can be seen on Five. German viewers can watch on SuperRTL and for those in Singapore and Malaysia, tune in to Playhouse Disney. Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs is currently in production. 52 episodes have been produced so far and a second season will be coming. A note on production numbers --- match any production number in brackets with the same number on another episode and that's the one it's paired with on stations that air two Harry stories as one episode. This does not include Cartoon Network, which airs two stories each day, but shows both with the complete opening and ending sequence. Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs is a CCI Enterainment and Collingwood O'Hare Entertainment production, in association with Rocket Fund and Silver Fox Films. News: 52 new episodes of Harry are in production! A merchandise line from Fisher Price will be out in Late Summer / Early Fall 2006 and DVDs will be coming from Warner Bros. in Early Fall 2006. A Message from Agent0042 --- 12/21/2005 --- New information is being posted everyday and a massive guide update is under way. Special thanks to the wonderful folks at CCI Entertainment for providing me with a complete episode list with French titles and production numbers. Also for info on upcoming merchandise and DVDs and the new season. And thanks to RAMChYLD for all his work so far and the video clips he's provided.moreless
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    Legends of Chima

    Legends of Chima

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    A new Lego cartoon based show about the interactions between animal tribes of Chima who compete and fight for the mystical power of CHI, which the lion clan are charged with protecting.moreless
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    Level Up

    Level Up

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    Four very different high school teenagers battle trolls, ghouls and a dark leader of them named Maldark in a video game that goes haywire and releases the battle into the real world.moreless
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    Beywheelz

    Beywheelz

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2012)
    One day a mighty star fell from the sky. The power of the star was used to create different beys with different constallations, Beys called BeyWheelz. An organization has been set up to oversee BeyWheelz. The chief city is Destection City. While many people are having un beybattling, a group known as the Dominators arrives and starts destorying beys. A groups of heroes decides to oppose them, Team Estrella. Now Sho, Jin, Leon, Covey, Marche, and Nicole must put their skills to the ultimate test against Odin, Glen, Jake, Sting, David, and Gigante. Little do they realize that an even more dangerous force is sitting behind the Dominators, and if the Dominators win, it could alter their world forever.moreless
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    Teen Titans Go!

    Teen Titans Go!

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    Teen Titans Go! is a Cartoon Network series with consists of animated shorts based in the Teen Titans world. They are more lighthearted than the the regular Teen Titans show.
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    The Problem Solverz

    The Problem Solverz

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    Horace, Roba and Alfe, the creators of a unique detective agency, work to solve the mysteries around the world.
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    Incredible Crew

    Incredible Crew

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    Mobile Suit Gundam Seed (US)

    Mobile Suit Gundam Seed (US)

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2005)
    First Aired: April 17, 2004 Last Aired: April 16, 2005 Episodes: 50 colored episodes Age rating: Teenagers (May contain bloody violence, bad language, nudity) Genres: Drama, Mecha, Military, Romance, Science Fiction, Shounen Year 70 of the Cosmic Era. Tensions were mounting between the Earth Forces and the ZAFT Organization, but due to the Bloody Valentine Tragedy, these tensions suddenly escalated into a full-scale war. It seemed a foregone conclusion that the Earth Forces, with their superior numbers, would be victorious, but these initial assessments proved to be false. Over eleven months have passed, with no end in sight... Gundam SEED is a recreation and modernization of the original Mobile Suit Gundam. This show features deep explanations of mechanics and breathtaking action sequences destined to draw in old and new Gundam fans alike. Opening Song 1: "Invoke" by T.M. Revolution (eps 1-13, Japan) 1-50, North America Opening Song 2: "Moment" by Vivian or Kazuma (eps 14-26, Japan only) Opening Song 3: "Believe" by Nami Tamaki (eps 27-40, Japan only) Opening Song 4: "Realize" by Nami Tamaki (eps 41-50, Japan only) Ending Song 1: "Anna ni Isshodattanoni (Even Though We Were Together So Much)" by See-Saw (eps 1-26) Ending Song 2: "River" by Tatsuya Ishii (eps 27-39) Ending Song 3: "Find The Way" by Mika Nakashima (eps 40-50)moreless
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    Witch Hunter Robin

    Witch Hunter Robin

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    Welcome to the Witch Hunter Robin guide. To most of Society, Witches are nothing more than myths and legends of a bygone era. However, there are a few people who possess the Witch genome; a gene that may give the person special, supernatural abilities. For them, a secret organization named Solomon (STN) was formed to track and hunt them down before they became a threat to the rest of Society. The story follows the members of the STN-J, the Japanese branch of Solomon. Unlike other branches of the STN, the STN-J captures Witches alive. Armed with a substance called Orbo, an invention developed by Administrator Zaizen, the Hunters subdue the Witches of Japan and send them to a facility called the Factory. It was during one of these Hunts that a member of the team was killed. With morale falling, Solomon Headquarters sends a new Hunter from Italy to join the STN-J as a replacement for the fallen Hunter; a young girl named Robin Sena. Robin is only 15 years old, but she is already a gifted Craft User. When she first joins the team, she is met with mistrust and impatience by the other members of the STN-J. With the recent heavy Witch activity in Japan, however, the team is kept very busy. Robin's determination and skill with her Craft, which is the ability to create and manipulate fire, slowly gains the trust of the other members. As the Witch activity increases, it soon becomes apparent there is more going on under the surface. With the futures of both Witches and Hunters alike, it may well be Robin who holds the key to everyone's survival. Main Characters Robin Sena: The youngest member of the STN-J team, she was sent to Japan as a replacement for a fallen Hunter. Although she was born in Japan, she was raised in an Italian convent by Father Juliano, one of the heads of Solomon. She is a special class of Hunter, called a Craft User. Her power is Fire. Amon: The team leader and, along with Ms. Karasuma, one of the most experienced Hunters. Keeping mostly to himself, even the other team members do not know much about his private life. He relies mostly on his Orbo gun, but it is suspected that he has a strong power. His power is unknown. Miho Karasuma: The team's second in command, she takes her mission as a Hunter seriously. Because she has a somewhat motherly personality, one of the other members joked about her being the ‘old lady', much to her chagrin, since she is only 19 years old. Like Robin, she is also a Craft User. Her power is to Scrye; the psychic ability to pick up information from people or objects. Yurika Dojima: As a favor to her parents, who are members of the Japanese Cabinet, Ms. Dojima was offered a job at the STN-J. Because of her status, she's treated as ‘special' around the office, to which she takes full advantage of; lazing about, reading magazines, coming in late and such. Unlike the other members of the team, she just barley qualifies as a Hunter. She has no known special abilities. Haruto Sakaki: Enthusiastic about being a Hunter, Sakaki's brashness often causes him to get himself hurt or cause some sort of property damage. Often scolded by the Chief for his latest set of infractions, Sakaki nonetheless continues to try his best. Like Dojima, he has very little ability and no known special ability. Michael Lee: Although not a Hunter, Michael is nevertheless an important part of the team. A computer hacker, he had hacked into STN-J's network and discovered the secret organization's existence. Captured by the STN-J's agents, he was given a choice by Zaizen: either join the organization and never leave the premises, or be put to death. Choosing life, Michael became an invaluable part of the team, getting the information they need for a job and beefing up the network's own systems. Chief Kosaka: The office manager who runs the day-to-day operations of the STN-J, he serves under Administrator Zaizen. His goal is to run the office as efficiently as possible, which often puts him at odds with Dojima. Although overbearing, he is, under it all, an understanding and resourceful person. Takuma Zaizen: The Administrator of STN-J, he oversees both the operation of the Japanese branch of the STN and the Factory, the facility where captured Witches are taken to. He is also continuing the research and refining of Orbo, the substance which is used to subdue Witches. He also has some deep, dark secrets about the Orbo which he is keeping from Solomon Headquarters.moreless
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    Megas XLR

    Megas XLR

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    Megas XLR is a series about an overweight couch potato named Coop who stumbles across a giant robot in a junkyard. He soon discovers that the robot was sent from the future when a woman named Kiva returns to the past to claim what is rightfully hers, though Coop made so many modification to the machine so he's the only one who can fully operate it. Things also heat up when Coop learns that an alien race called the Glorft are also after his MEGAS robot, so he teams up with Kiva and his best friend Jamie to fight them off, though mostly so he can keep his new toy. Theme Song Living here in Jersey Fighting villains from afar You've gotta find first gear In your giant robot car You dig giant robots I dig giant robots We dig giant robots Chicks dig giant robots Nice!moreless
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    Immortal Grand Prix

    Immortal Grand Prix

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    In Immortal Grand Prix or IGPX , the year is 2049 and the Immortal Grand Prix has become the world’s most-popular sport. It’s so big that an entire city was built for the racing industry, where competitions take place on a huge, 60-mile track called “The Big Eye.” In the IGPX, two teams of three Mechs, high-tech fighting machines driven by humans, race at speeds greater than 350 mph. Team Satomi, a crew of amateur pilots, has just won a minor-league championship, vaulting them into the sport’s highest level, the IG-1. Now, the untested rookies of Team Satomi must overcome impossible odds and beat the world’s most skilled and ruthless pilots in the planet’s biggest event, the Immortal Grand Prix.

    Immortal Grand Prix or IGPX is the sequel to the original 5 minute shorts which premiered in September 2003 as a part of Toonami's Total Immersion Event. The series is 26 episodes and, as Toonami's first original series, is also the first co-production between an American cable channel, Cartoon Network, and a Japanese anime company, Production IG (creators of Ghost in the Shell).moreless
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    Wolf's Rain

    Wolf's Rain

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    The world is slowly dying... In a post-apocalyptic future where humans live in large domed cities surrounded by wasteland, wolves are believed to have been extinct for 200 years. But some wolves still remain. These wolves live by disguising themselves as humans to survive. Wolf's Rain is the story of four wolves, Kiba, Tsume, Hige and Toboe, who will follow the scent of the lunar flower on a quest to find paradise. Opening Theme: "Stray" performed by Steve Conte Ending Theme: "Gravity" performed by Maaya Sakamoto "Stray" Lyrics In the cold breeze, That I walk alone, The memories of generation burn within me. Been forever Since I cried the pain of sorrow, I'll live and die, by the pride my people gave me. I'm here standing on the edge, Staring up at where the moon should be. Oooooooooh! Stray! No regrets cause I've got nothing to lose. (Nothing to lose!) Ever stray! So I'm gonna live my life as I choose. (Life as I choose!) Until I fall. Stray! Straaaaaaaaaaaay! "Gravity" Lyrics Been a long road to follow, Been there and gone tomorrow, Without saying goodbye to yesterday. Are the memories I hold still valid? Or have the tears deluded me? Maybe this time tomorrow, The rain will cease to follow, And the mist will fade into a new today. Something somewhere out there keeps calling, Am I going home? Will I hear someone singing solace to the silent moon? Zero gravity what's it like? Am I alone? Is somebody there beyond these heavy aching feet, Still the roads keeps on telling me to go on. Something is pulling me, I feel the gravity of it all. Characters Kiba (Fang): Kiba is the white wolf. He is tough and stubborn. Even though the group has no real leader, he seems to be the one leading them. He will face any danger to get to paradise. Kiba believes in Cheza the most. Tsume (Claw): Tsume, who originally lived among the humans, is cold and independent. He doesn't really believe in paradise but goes along anyway. Tsume's identifying feature is a cross shaped scar on his chest. Hige (Whisker): Hige is rational and doesn't like to rush into things. He always seems to be looking for food or women. Hige's identifying feature is his collar around his neck. Toboe (Howling): Toboe is the youngest of the four. He is kind and loyal. The others in the group call him runt because sometimes he slows the group down. Toboe's identifying feature is a bracelet on his right hand. Cheza (The Flower Maiden): We first meet Cheza in a research lab. She is suspended inside a glass sphere. She can hear the wolves and calls out to them. Cheza will lead the wolves to paradise. Blue: Blue was Quent Yaiden's dog. As Quent's dog she could sense wolves and helped him hunt them down. But one day she met Cheza and realized she was part wolf. After that she could take human form. Quent Yaiden: Quent believes his village was burned down by wolves. For revenge he plans to hunt down all wolves and kill them. Cher Degri: Cher is one of the scientists first seen studying Cheza. Her obsession with Cheza and the "Book of the Moon" strained her marriage to Hubb. Hubb Lebowski: Hubb is a police investigator. He is Cher's ex-husband. He is still in love with Cher and follows her after she disappears. Darcia: Darcia is a noble. He wants Cheza for himself. At first his motives are unknown. He is often wearing a mask that covers his face. Guide Editor:LadyL Thank You to all who have contributed to this guide. Note:If you are going to contribute to this guide please check your spelling. Thank you.moreless
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    Generator Rex

    Generator Rex

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    Fifteen-year-old Rex is not like other boys. Infected by microscopic molecular-altering nanites, this boy has the ability to grow machines out of his body. As a result he travels the world investigating biological mutations.moreless
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    Scan2Go

    Scan2Go

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    Cartoon Network
    Scan2Go is an universal racing game set at a future time, when humanity is in communications with other races in our galaxy. This series follows a group of young men and women who formed a Scan2Go team. After proving themselves, they were able to leave the Earth in search of Scan2Go races throughout the galaxy. The series lasts 52 episodes (ended in Korean) and targets boys ages 4 to 12 years of age for its associated toys and accessories. The TV series targets all lovers of anime, racing, and the future of the human race.moreless
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    Pokémon Chronicles

    Pokémon Chronicles

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2006)
    Pokémon Chronicles is the spin-off of Pokémon. While Ash, Misty and Brock are in Johto, Atilla and Hun try to steal Raikou. While Ash travels to Hoenn after the Johto League, Brock and Misty return to their Gyms. After a quick visit, Brock heads off to find Ash. While Ash and friends travel through Hoenn, the rest of Chronicles takes place, starring characters like Richie, Sakura and Casey.moreless
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    Dial M for Monkey

    Dial M for Monkey

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    Dial M For Monkey is the hilarious cartoon spinoff of Dexter's Laboratory. The shorts follow Dexter's lab monkey, Monkey (Frank Welker), who is actually a superhero. In certain Dexter's Laboratory episodes, the middle segment would either be a Dial M For Monkey episode or a Justice Friends episode. These segments would often cross over into one another, creating a pretty hilarious universe of characters. During his adventures, Monkey is forced to confront many dangerous enemies. With the help of trusted special agent Honeydew, Monkey faced-off against Huntor, the self-described "ultimate cosmic hunter;" Magmanamus, a grumpy lava creature; Orgon Grindor, a musician with an evil streak; Rasslor, the intergalactic wrestling champ; Barbequor, a hungry deity looking to devour earth; and Peltra, a female foe dead set on skinning Monkey for his precious fur. Dial M For Monkey got its title in part from Alfred Hitchcock's Dial M For Murder and DC Comics' Dial H for Hero.moreless
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    The Brak Show

    The Brak Show

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2003)
    The Brak Show is about the daily adventures of Brak and his best buddy Zorak, prior to meeting Space Ghost. Brak lives with his family in a lovely suburb somewhere in space. Brak gets advice from Mom (a nice lady who keeps a clean house) & Dad (a human with a Latin accent that is rather short due to a shrink-ray accident), and gets corrupted by Zorak. Brak is an honest and somewhat dumb kid and Zorak is a foul-mouthed, destruction-loving mantis. Brak's brother Sisto is also around from time to time. Their neighbor is Thundercleese, a giant robot with massive armaments, who likes maintaining his lawn. The Brak Show is a spin-off of Cartoon Planet, which was a spin-off of Space Ghost: Coast To Coast. Confused yet? It is an original series for Cartoon Network's programming block Adult Swim. The Brak show is written and produced by Jim Fortier and Pete Smith and is produced in Cartoon Network Studios. Both Fortier and Smith were writer/producers on Cartoon Network's hit, Space Ghost: Coast to Coast and later worked on the short-lived variety show, Brak Presents the Brak Show Starring Brak. Production: Williams Street Animation: Wild Hare Studiosmoreless
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    Tenkai Knights

    Tenkai Knights

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2014)
    A Japanese animated series about four young children from Earth named Guren, Ceylan, Toxsa and Chooki. It is set in Tokyo, Japan in the year 2034. They are digitized into Quarton a mirror world to Planet Earth as the Legendary Tenkai Knights which are Bravenwolf, Tributon, Valorn and Lydendorand sought to defeat a corrupted Tenkai Knight named Villius who is threatening Quarton and the Planet Earth from destruction by claiming the Tenkai Dragon. The show was created by Spinmastermoreless
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    Cyborg 009

    Cyborg 009

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    Cyborg 009 is the story of a half-Japanese juvenile delinquent named Joe Shimamura, or Cyborg 009. Black Ghost, a top-secret organization bent on promoting global warfare, kidnaps Joe along with eight other unwanted members of society from the four corners of the globe and turns them into Cyborgs. Though the organization intends to turn the group into super-powered killing machines, it's not long before Joe and his new companions rebel against Black Ghost and make their escape with the help of an old scientist, Dr. Isaac Gilmore.

    Once Joe and friends have freed themselves, Black Ghost sends a series of other Cyborgs and giant robots in hot pursuit. Using their new powers and abilities, our heroes stay one step ahead of Black Ghost and its evil machinations, but can they save the world from its diabolical scheme?!

    Cyborg 009 was the creation of manga-ka (Japanese comic artist) Shotaro Ishinomori. In 1971, Ishinomori-sensei reworked the Cyborg 009 concept into his more popular creation, Masked Rider, or Kamen Rider, which told the story of a young scientist/motorcyclist named Takeshi Hongo who fights the evil organization Shocker, which transformed him into a grasshopper-like Cyborg for their evil deeds

    This is the third Cyborg 009 anime series made. The first was made in 1966, and the second in 1979, the latter almost identical to the newer series made in 2001. There were also two animated films in 1966 and 1967, Cyborg 009 and Cyborg 009: Monster War, and another for the '79 series in 1980 titled Cyborg 009: Legend of the Super Galaxy .

    This guide covers the English dub version ONLY. In Japan, in 2001, it was named Cyborg 009 The Cyborg Soldier, or Cyborg Soldier 009, to avoid confusion with the two previous series. In it's US run in 2003 on Cartoon Network, the anime was simply titled Cyborg 009. Go here for the Japanese version guide.moreless
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