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A new chance at one HP Ch 3 A broken spirit
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// 3 A broken spirit// Story: A new chance at one HP// by Emeraldleafeon//------------------------------//
Canterlot Castle, Medical Wing
Celestia spun around quickly. "You're awake!?" she asked excitedly. Finally, it was time for her to get some answers.
The skeleton's eyes were glowing dimly, its ever-showing teeth seemed to form a shallow grin. "seems like it, pony," it said weakly, "I'm awake for once, alive as ever, and kinda confused as to why."
Celestia walked up to the edge of the bedside and sat down on one of the few chairs in the room. "To be honest,” she said, “we are just as confused as you. You simply appeared out of nowhere in the middle of our garden in a critical state. We have tried to patch you up as best we can, Mr...?"  
The skeleton attempted to move one of its arms, but stopped when a stab of pain went through it. It let its arm fall back down and said, "name's sans, sans the skeleton. i'd like to deliver on my
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A new chance at one HP Ch2 Welcome the hero
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Hospital, Canterlot Castle
"Heart Savior, what can you tell me about... it?"
"Well Princess, I can say for certain that there is ABSOLUTELY nothing on Equus like this creature," he said, putting a hoof to his scalp and running it through his mane. "I mean, it doesn't even have ORGANS for Faust's sake! From what I can tell it is almost ENTIRELY made out of magic. He has almost no physical matter in his body and the magic that he has is rapidly running out, most likely from the giant gash in his chest. He seems to be naturally healing, however slowly it might be. One problem it has is that since its healing is so slow and the magic is draining so quickly, it will run out of magic far before it is fully healed." Heart Savior reached down and held up a canister in his hoof. "Princess, if we are going to save it we are going to have to ask for you to
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A new chance at one HP Ch1 never make promises
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Judgment hall, The Underground
"Papyrus, do you want anything?"  
Sans looked up at the shadowy figure of his fallen brother. The ghostly figure smiled and seemed to hold out a hand, as if welcoming him. He gripped Papyrus' scarf and held it to his broken rib cage. 'well bro, looks like I'll be joining you soon. too bad I couldn't delay them longer.' The skeleton grinned. 'on the bright side, I gave them their fair sets of resets. must have at least been thirty, maybe more.’ He looked down at his hand, rapidly falling to dust. Already his fingers were stinging, and he couldn’t move them anymore. 'I just hope that alphys is able to get the rest of the monsters to safety...' His smile faded slightly. 'well, at least what's LEFT of them.' His thoughts then turned to Asgore, the poor king would never stand a chance again
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// 3 A broken spirit// Story: A new chance at one HP// by Emeraldleafeon//------------------------------//

Canterlot Castle, Medical Wing

Celestia spun around quickly. "You're awake!?" she asked excitedly. Finally, it was time for her to get some answers.

The skeleton's eyes were glowing dimly, its ever-showing teeth seemed to form a shallow grin. "seems like it, pony," it said weakly, "I'm awake for once, alive as ever, and kinda confused as to why."

Celestia walked up to the edge of the bedside and sat down on one of the few chairs in the room. "To be honest,” she said, “we are just as confused as you. You simply appeared out of nowhere in the middle of our garden in a critical state. We have tried to patch you up as best we can, Mr...?"  

The skeleton attempted to move one of its arms, but stopped when a stab of pain went through it. It let its arm fall back down and said, "name's sans, sans the skeleton. i'd like to deliver on my previous offer-" he glanced down at the giant slash in his chest- "but tibia little bit honest I don't think I'm up to the task."

Celestia giggled a bit at the skeleton's pun. She was worried at first, but he seemed to be likeable enough. "I am Princess Celestia, co-ruler of the land of Equestria. It is a pleasure to meet you Sans."

Sans eyes widened at this revelation. "a princess, huh? if I knew i was going to be in the presence of royalty after that fight I might have worn some better clothes. right now they're just the barebones of my wardrobe. i don’t suppose you’re as easygoing as asgore?” Celestia looked confused. “hmm, that look on your face… you have no idea who i’m talking about, do you? guessin’ you don’t know anybody else, either, like undyne or papy-" Sans jumped in panic and began to look around frantically, "oh, shoot! where is it, where is it, where is it?!"

Celestia stood up and looked at the skeleton curiously. "Where is what? Are you missing something?"

Sans looked back up at Alicorn speaking rapidly, attempting to push himself into a higher position as to see better. "a red scarf. Was there a red scarf with me when I was in your garden?” His voice took on a more serious tone, somehow, and his eyes darkened. “I NEED that scarf."

Celestia was slightly taken aback by this. Why would the skeleton need a scarf? He was clutching it whenever he was found, but she wouldn't think that a skeleton would get cold and need a scarf. Getting cold isn’t really something bones do. Then again, bones aren’t normally made out of raw magic, either. Shoving those thoughts to the back of her mind, she placed her two forehooves on the worried skeleton's shoulders, gently pushing him back to a lying down position. "Sans, please stay resting. You’re still wounded. Yes there was a scarf in your hand when we found you. We have it in the forensics lab now. We initially thought you had been killed and your body had been placed in our garden I can have it retrieved it if you would like. May I ask why you would need a scarf though? Are you cold right now?"  

Sans cringed in pain as he gently set himself back down. "no, i'm not cold, and yes, please. i would like you to retrieve papy- I mean the scarf."  

Celestia looked at the skeleton for a little bit, whose mood had been significantly reduced from his previously happy state. She then turned, walked out to the hall and spoke to one of the guards by the door. "Corporal, I need you to go retrieve the red scarf from the forensics lab and bring it to me."

The guard saluted. "It will be done, your majesty." He then galloped off towards the lab in all haste.  

Celestia walked back into the room, "Sans, I have a question for you. You had said you were fighting someone before you were brought here, I can only assume that they were the ones to do this-" she gestured to the massive gash- "to you. I would like to know why you were fighting them. From the very, very limited view of you that I have seen so far, you don't seem like the type of person that would try to fight somepony. Why were you doing it? ...Does it have anything to do with the ‘Papy’ you keep mentioning?"

Sans haltingly sat up, his right suddenly going dark and his left eye glowing with an eerie blue light glaring down at his legs. Celestia took a step back; the amount of rage on his face was immense.  His voice was perhaps the most serious she had heard from him, or in general. "That kid, that DEMON child, it took EVERYTHING from us." His voice began to quaver.  "It took Mettaton, it took Undyne, it took the voice from the door... it didn’t even think to spare anything in its path, and it even went out of its way to try and kill every last creature before moving on. My brother, Papyrus, tried to talk to it..." Sans eye was now a burning a color of blue beyond what Celestia had ever seen. Even from there, she could sense the fury and magic emanating from him. "It sliced his head from his body without a second thought." Tears were now running from Sans eye sockets. "He only wanted to be friends! AND IT KILLED HIM! IT KILLED HIM! WHY?" Sans began openly sobbing.

Celestia stepped back towards Sans, lifted him up in her magic and slid him over so she could sit alongside him. She wrapped her wing around him and began to gently rock him back and forth. "Shhh, it's alright, I'm here." Truth be told, Celestia did not have very much experience with situations like this, but she knew what Sans needed most right now was a shoulder to cry on.

Sans continued to sob, tears of brilliant blue magic flowing openly. "I would have been dead too, if I hadn't been pulled here. May God have mercy on the souls of the rest of the monsters in the underground. Even if they are hiding, they will eventually run out of food. They don’t deserve to die in that way, no one does."  

Just then the guard ran in with the scarf, only to see the skeleton crying and his leader hugging it. "Umm, I'll just leave this here," he mouthed to Celestia. He set the scarf on a table in the room, then rapidly backpedaled out.  

Celestia lifted up the scarf in her magic and brought it to Sans, wrapping it loosely around his neck. Sans continued to cry softly, clutching the scarf as if it was his only lifeline while being wrapped in Celestia’s comforting wing.  

After about an hour of slowly rocking back and forth and quiet sobbing, Sans finally fell asleep. Celestia slowly lowered him down so he could rest. At that moment Luna walked in.  

"Tia, what are you doing here? We need to lower the sun and raise the moon."

Celestia gripped Luna's muzzle tightly with her magic and pointed to the sleeping skeleton. She then gestured for Luna to follow her out of the room.  

When they were out of the room Luna immediately began to question Celestia."Tia, what was that all about? Did the skeleton awaken after I went to sleep?"

"Yes Luna, the skeleton did awaken,” Celestia responded. “I was able to have a short chat with him and find out a few things about him. First off, his name is Sans. He says he knows no more about how he got here than we do."

“Secondly, I would like for you to specifically look into his dreams and make sure that no nightmares happen to him. From what he has told me, he has gone through some serious hardships."

Luna looked confused, "Hardships? Of what sort?"

Celestia sighed, "He told me how his entire society was being slaughtered by a ’demon.’ What exactly this entails I do not know. He claimed to have watched his brother be decapitated by the monster after  attempting to make friends with it. He also says that many of his friends were killed by it too, and those that are left hiding in his community are trapped with no way out. They are being starved to death without any support.” The princess shook her head sadly. “The amount of trauma that Sans has gone through has not been seen by the ponies of our land since the unification days. I would like to be able to get a psychiatrist in here to be able to talk to him about what happened. That and find out what kind of a threat the creature that he spoke of is to us. If that demon were to be able to get here as well..."

“Well,” Luna said, “chances are the skeleton’s arrival- Sans, was it?- is due to the taller skeleton that, er, died earlier. Without him, there should be no way for this ‘demon’ to come to our world. We should be safe from it.”

Underground, Judgement Hall

Chara was confused. Why wasn't she at LV 20 yet? It made no sense. She had finally hit the annoying comedian. She had seen him hobble off to die. It wasn’t that the comedian didn’t give enough EXP. Chara’d already checked, not a single extra point had even been gained. Something was different from the rest of the timelines... For one thing, the comedian didn’t give any EXP. For another, the underground lost its power a few moments after she hit him and saved. What was going on?

She walked back towards the core and was shocked to see the core itself was torn open. She backed up slightly, gripping the real knife tightly. "This, this is not normal," she muttered to herself, before grinning. "Finally, something new! This should be fun.."
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// 2 Welcome the hero// Story: A new chance at one HP// by Emeraldleafeon//------------------------------//

Hospital, Canterlot Castle

"Heart Savior, what can you tell me about... it?"

"Well Princess, I can say for certain that there is ABSOLUTELY nothing on Equus like this creature," he said, putting a hoof to his scalp and running it through his mane. "I mean, it doesn't even have ORGANS for Faust's sake! From what I can tell it is almost ENTIRELY made out of magic. He has almost no physical matter in his body and the magic that he has is rapidly running out, most likely from the giant gash in his chest. He seems to be naturally healing, however slowly it might be. One problem it has is that since its healing is so slow and the magic is draining so quickly, it will run out of magic far before it is fully healed." Heart Savior reached down and held up a canister in his hoof. "Princess, if we are going to save it we are going to have to ask for you to fill up this container with your magic. This will act as sort of a 'Magical Transfusion' able to store magic for the creature. The research team has devised a way to replace the magic flowing out of the creature, but the amount of magic required is immense. Due to his entire body being magic the creature needs to maintain a certain amount of magic in its body to maintain its physical form. It requires more than most ponies could produce in a week."

"Couldn't anypony gradually fill up the container? Why does it have to be me?" Celestia questioned.

"Theoretically a pony could fill up the container once,” the doctor answered. “However, if a normal pony was to attempt to do this they would likely fall into a coma from self induced magic deprivation. The intensity of such an action would be so magically traumatizing that they may never recover from it. It would leave them as a sort of magicless husk... I would dread to see the day that would ever happen to somepony. The reason I am asking you, Princess, is because you have more than a hundred times the magical reservoir of a standard pony, being an Alicorn, and a powerful one at that. You could easily recover the magic lost in a single night's sleep.” He glanced at her out of the corner of his eye. “I will warn you beforehoof through, the process will leave you feeling a bit drained. After all, you are giving up more magic at once than many ponies could muster in a week."

Celestia still looked slightly skeptical, "Ok then doctor, how often will I have to do this 'magic transfusion'? I want to be able to raise and lower the sun effectively and still attend day court."

Heart Savior put down the bottle and waived his hoof around, "No, no, no, Princess! It won't take long at all! It also shouldn't interfere with your daily duties. The magic transfusion is not likely to drain you too much, most likely about ten percent of your power per bottle. You can easily continue with a normal schedule at that rate. I would like for this to be a daily thing to start off with, to maintain the creature’s health. After about two or three weeks you should hopefully be able to decrease the rate to every two or three days, as when the creature heals it will likely lose magic at a slower rate. I will, however, ask that we fill up two bottles now, as having an extra is always a good thing. In case of emergencies, of course."

The solar alicorn picked up a bottle with her magic, "How do I fill up one of these bottles anyway?” the Princess asked. “I've never seen them used before."

Heart Savior brightened up at this, "Well, Princess, they were originally made for infants who were born with a large magic deficiency. It was made to enhance their magic by adding as much as possible of it to them to allow for their magic to grow with it naturally, thereby expanding their magic pool. All we had to do was expand the amount of magic the storage device could hold; a normal one would simply explode if it had the amount of magic we are holding in it. To answer your first question, all you have to do is to channel your magic into this," he held up an orb-like device with a wire running into a machine, "and I'll tell you when to stop."

"Ok then. I'll do it. You're SURE it won't be too much of a drain?" Celestia bit her lip in worry. This was a devise intended to take her magic.

"OF course, Princess! I've run the figures on your medical records. With all the calories you intake you'll recover your magic in no time! I will ask however that you start your magic slowly, I want to be able to monitor how much magic is coming out so we don’t overfill the container."

Celestia snorted at the slight jab to her eating habits."I'll have you know that my dietary habits are perfectly fine! I'm not fat!" She huffed, grabbed the ball and began to push her magic into it.

"Never said you were fat, Princess," Heart Savior chuckled, "you made that inference on your own. Alright, now stop your magic flow for a second, I need to switch out the bottles."

Celestia let her magic stop flowing for a bit, her thoughts now focused on the creature in the bed before her. What would it be like? Could it communicate with them? Would it be good or evil? Would it even be reasonable? She had so many questions and no way of finding out about them unless the creature was to wake up. She could always find out with magic- there were plenty of spells that could do the job- but those were… less than ethical..  

"-rincess? Princess? Are you there?" There was a hoof being waved in front of her face.

"Hmm, what is it Savior?" She shook her head to clear herself of the thoughts.

"I've been trying to get your attention for the last couple of minutes, you seemed to have spaced out there for a bit. You can continue filling the bottle now. Are you ok?"

"Yes, I'm fine doctor.” Celestia shook her head to clear her thoughts out. “I'm just wondering about our, er, guest... We have no idea what it likes or what it needs. It is simply an unknown to us. I hope this decision is a wise choice for us."

The doctor held up a reassuring hoof. "Princess, you are helping a creature in need.” He reminded her. “This is one of the most noble things that you could do. I'm sure everything will turn out just fine." He grabbed one of the bottles and hooked it up to a machine attached to the creature's chest. "There, now we will leave it to heal, hopefully we will see an improvement soon. I would like to talk to the creature and see what got him to this state. Till tomorrow princess." With that the doctor bowed and left.

Celestia sighed and got up to leave. If they were lucky, there would be a difference tomorrow. After all tomorrow would be a brand new day. However, as luck would have it, she found something different right then. As she reached the door frame, a cough sounded behind her and a weak voice spoke out.

"h-hey, pony... don't you know how to greet a new friend? turn around, and shake my hand."
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// 1 Never make promises [edited]// Story: A new chance at one HP// by Emeraldleafeon//------------------------------//

Judgment hall, The Underground

"Papyrus, do you want anything?"  

Sans looked up at the shadowy figure of his fallen brother. The ghostly figure smiled and seemed to hold out a hand, as if welcoming him. He gripped Papyrus' scarf and held it to his broken rib cage. 'well bro, looks like I'll be joining you soon. too bad I couldn't delay them longer.' The skeleton grinned. 'on the bright side, I gave them their fair sets of resets. must have at least been thirty, maybe more.’ He looked down at his hand, rapidly falling to dust. Already his fingers were stinging, and he couldn’t move them anymore. 'I just hope that alphys is able to get the rest of the monsters to safety...' His smile faded slightly. 'well, at least what's LEFT of them.' His thoughts then turned to Asgore, the poor king would never stand a chance against this human. Despite his apparent toughness he never really had wanted to kill anyone, he was far too loving or, as Papyrus put it, "A big, fluffy, pushover!"

"Hng!" The pain of turning to dust was overwhelmingly intense, he looked up towards the ceiling of the judgment hall, the dusk like light quickly fading both from his view and his eyes. As he fell to his knees and everything was turning to black, he could only muster up a single thought: 'I love you, bro.' Oblivion was reaching to him, and he was ready to answer it. Oblivion rushed toward him.

A hand rushed toward him.

The hand reached him first, pulling him by his jacket into nothingness.

Canterlot Castle, Equestria

Celestia sighed. Another day, another session of listening to nobles whining and complaining about how "too much money was going to creating roads between cities" or that "somepony took my seat at my favorite cafe." She was bored out of her mind, wishing for a distraction.
And then, she got one. She winced as she felt a sudden burst of energy, blasting through her skull with an amazing power, far stronger than she could ever hope to muster. She looked up, and flared her horn in an attempt to locate the direction of blast of power. Her eyes narrowed as it seemed to come from the garden. She stood up from her throne, interrupting the noble below her. "And THAT is why I would like to sue Golden Hooves for stealing my servant from m-" The noble was cut off by the Diarch of Equestria raising a golden slipper clad hoof, much to her annoyance.

"I am sorry, my little pony, but I have a piece of business that I must attend to," the Princess spoke, hoping the noble wouldn’t make trouble.

The noble spluttered, "W-w-what? What do you MEAN important business?!? I AM HILLTOP CLIFTON, I CLEARLY HAVE THE MOST IMPORTANT PROBLEM HERE!" Celestia sighed, of course she was making trouble.

"No, Mrs. Clifton, you do not,” Celestia said firmly. “I would suggest that you stop complaining and hire a new servant. Guards! Please escort Mrs. Clifton out of the throne room." She quickly turned and trotted up to the lieutenant in charge, "Tell the rest of the nobles that day court will be canceled for the rest of the day, I have felt something that requires my attention." With a salute and an “it will be done, Your Grace,” the lieutenant left to inform the nobles. Celestia watched him go, then trotted out to a side room of the throne room and quickly teleported to the Lunar Suite. 'I hope to Faust it isn't an enemy we  need to fight,' she thought as she teleported.

*Knock knock knock*

"LUNA!" A blue Alicorn winced quietly, flipping over and pushing her head further into the warm embrace that was her pillow. Another knocking fit sounded, accompanied by a "LUNA YOU NEED TO WAKE UP!" ringing through the door.

The alicorn moaned and flopped the pillow over her head, and groaned quietly, "Hnnngggg, five more minutes, please, Tia... I have a headache." Another knock sounded out in the room this time more furious.

"Luna, if you don't get up I'm coming in and waking you up!" Celestia insisted.

Luna groaned again. "I don't want to, Sister!" she pleaded.  The sound of teleportation flew in the room, the lunar Alicorn pulling her pillow over her head tighter in response. The sound of metal scraping on metal could be heard. Luna began to pull the pillow off her head in curiosity, when she was suddenly assaulted by a bucket of ice cold water. "PSHHSHSH," the dark blue Alicorn sprung out of her bed, spitting water out of her mouth and shaking water from her mane and coat.  "CELESTIA! WHAT IN TARTARUS-"

"Luna I need you with me right now, I felt a massive power surge when I was in day court, I think a new enemy may have appeared or an old one may have broken free," Celestia babbled in one stressed sentence.

"Who?” Luna responded. “ Is it Discord?"

"No Luna, Discord's power would have been much more chaotic.This seemed to have an energy that was unnatural, like it was not meant to be on this world... or any other world for that matter. It is unlike Discord's, Sombra's or any other that we have faced. Not even Starswirl the Bearded produced that much raw magical energy... I fear for the worst."

"Then why not call for the element bearers?"

"Three problems with that. One: they may be strong, Luna, but they are far more useful against an enemies we know. For all their experience, they are very naive in their thinking. Two: they are like a glass cannon; they are amazingly powerful, but if even one of them is gone or corrupted then the entirety of the elements are useless. Three: the power of Harmony is only effective against true evil, and this may be nothing more than power. Either way, I will not risk them on an unknown. Now, let us go find this disturbance."

Castle garden, Canterlot Equestria

Celestia and Luna both rushed out of the doors of the castle to look for the disturbance. Upon reaching the garden, they were greeted by a strange sight. In the middle of a bed of golden flowers, two skeletons of creatures they had never seen were lying on the ground. One was larger and covered in a long, black coat and was lying face down next to the other skeleton. It was difficult to tell when the coat ended and the skeleton began. The second, smaller skeleton was lying face up and seemed to be bleeding, somehow. A large gash wound was sliced into its chest, cutting through what seemed to be a white t-shirt and a blue jacket. It was tightly gripping a red scarf, so long that was partially lying on the creature’s black shorts. Both Celestia and Luna approached cautiously, their horns glowing prepared to strike at whatever had sent these two poor remains. Celestia approached first. "These poor souls, what do you think could have done this to them?"

"Dark magic?” Luna questioned tentatively. “It seems like the most likely explanation to me."

"That still doesn’t explain their appearance Luna. Why would somepony kill another creature and move it to our garden? It just doesn’t add up."

"Mayhaps the taller skeleton will be able to give us some answers if we can inspect its wounds, if it even has any." Luna trotted up to the skeleton and was about to flip it onto its back when Celestia called out to her.

"WAIT! We just can't go messing with their bodies, they need to be looked at by a professional! We don’t know what did this! If we mess with the bodies that could corrupt the scene."

Luna waved off her sister. "Please, Celestia, we've both seen our fair share of battles, I think we should be able to figure out what happened to these poor creatures. I mean the small one obviously was sliced by a sword in the torso. I just want to see what happened to the tall one." She pushed the tall one onto its back, ignoring her sister’s complaints, and was shocked by what she saw on the skull. Two cracks, leading from either eye socket to the top of the skull and the top of its oddly shaped mouth respectively, decorated his face. She looked back to her sister, "See Tia? I mean, its death is rather obvious, its skull was cracked open while wearing a helmet, most likely from a mace or an Earth pony's hooves."

Celestia walked up to join her sister and glared at her, "I still think we should wait for a full investigation. Experience in combat does not make us professionals in the realm of forensics. I will call one of my detectives to make a full investigation of what happened here."

Neither of the alicorns noticed a dim pair of lights in the eye sockets of the larger skeleton, nor the slight movement of its hand towards the smaller one's body. Luna looked back down at them, planning to examine the cracks closer, and shrieked, jumping back several yards and propelling herself with her wings. Celestia also looked down to see what had scared Luna so much and was surprised to see the larger skeleton weakly reaching to the smaller one. She immediately activated her magic, prepared to destroy the abomination before her, when it spoke, quietly and weakly. "Plea̢se͡,̷ s͢-̵s͘-s̕av͡e m̨y ́s͝o̵n͘.͡ I͘ ha͏v͜e g̸i͞v͠en w͢ha̵t̀ ͏ĺi̷ttl̴e ͟magi̛c I͞ h͢a͜ve ́l-͢lef͞t ̛to ̨prol͘o͝ng his l̵if̡e.͡ I nèed͠ h̕im ͟t̵o li̛ve͠." His voice was difficult to hear, full of static, like he was speaking through an old radio.

Celestia let her horn power down, realizing there was no threat here, and looked at the skeleton. "I will try," she murmured softly.

The skeleton seemed to smile at this, and began to rapidly turn to dust before her eyes. It made a last attempt to touch its apparent son and whisper to him, "I̷ ͝l̴ơve͡ you, m̛ỳ̨ s̶̸͡o̷͟͟n͞͝.͏̸" before he turned completely to dust. Celestia picked up the smaller skeleton and the black cloak with the dust in her magic and carried it behind her.

"LUNA! Let's go! We must try to save this one's life. We can only hope it is not too late..."

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