A definitive ranking of all the Avengers, from least to most powerful
Iron Man, Scarlet Witch, and Hulk are some of the most powerful Avengers. Disney; Getty Images; Joanna Lin Su / Insider
Since 2008, the MCU has introduced a large number of superheroes with a wide variety of skills.
Fans often discuss the "strongest Avenger" - but after "Endgame" the hierarchy became more obvious.
We rated each hero's battlefield strength on a scale of 1 to 10 based on evidence from the 23 films.
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Editor's Note: This post has been updated to include details from Spider-Man: Far From Home and WandaVision. Spoilers ahead.
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In the years since Tony Stark told the world he was Iron Man, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has introduced a huge number of superheroes with a wide variety of skills.
The MCU's decade-long saga has brought together the most ambitious team of superpowers in film history, from a genetically enhanced WWII soldier to a photon-emitting Kree-human hybrid.
It has also sparked a lively debate about the strength of each character's abilities and who, as Thor says, is considered the "strongest Avenger".
We rated the skills and worth of every hero on the battlefield on a scale of 1 to 10 (with a few exceptions) based on evidence from the 23 interconnected MCU films. We also made some necessary adjustments after Wanda Maximoff's gimmicks in the new Disney Plus show "WandaVision".
Here is our official power ranking. (Note: this does not include any details or storylines from the comics.)
Warning: this is your last chance to come back before the Spider-Man and WandaVision spoilers.
28. Praying mantis
Pom Klementieff as a praying mantis. Marvel Studios
Skills: As an empath, Mantis can read others' emotions while touching them. She can also influence and change her emotions - "to a certain extent" in her words.
Performance scale: 1. The powers of the praying mantis are quite strong. She was able to let Ego, an ancient and powerful heavenly, sleep against his will in "Guardians of the Galaxy 2". She was also instrumental in the near-defeat of Thanos in "Infinity War".
But neither would have been possible without the help of other characters: In the first case, Drax carried her away from danger and saved her life; In the latter case, Doctor Strange used them to subdue Thanos. Your skills are extremely specific and not very useful in most situations.
Bradley Cooper speaks Rocket Raccoon. wonder
Skills: Thanks to genetic improvements, Rocket is extremely intelligent and far more durable than a normal raccoon.
Performance Scale: 1. Rocket is most useful in situations where there is a need to plan, strategize, trap, and manipulate science and technology. But in the middle of a battle, the only way he is useful is that he can use a powerful weapon. He was almost knocked down by an enemy ship at the end of "Endgame" and only survived because of Tony's snapshot.
Dave Bautista as Drax. Marvel Studios
Skills: Drax has superhuman strength, durability, agility and regenerative powers.
Performance Scale: 1. In theory, Drax is a great warrior. In "Guardians of the Galaxy" he was able to overpower most of Ronan's forces. But he didn't show us anything too impressive compared to many of the Avengers. Also, he's not the smartest and his confidence is a little overflowing, which has caused some problems (see: Trying to attack Thanos alone in "Infinity War" and jumping into a monster's creepy mouth in "Guardians of the Galaxy 2").
Letitia Wright as Shuri. wonder
Skills: Shuri, the princess of Wakanda, has no powers. She is the nation's leading expert in science and technology who is particularly familiar with the many possible uses of Vibran. She is also the best and most productive inventor in the world.
Achievement Scale: 1. Shuri is the smartest person in the MCU and an irreplaceable asset. But she does her best job off the battlefield, designing and building weapons, armor, and shields for others. She can hold her own in combat to some extent, but she doesn't have the same training or fighting instincts as many of our other heroes.
Chris Pratt as Peter Quill, also known as the Star-Lord. Marvel / Disney
Skills: Star-Lord is half human and half heavenly, but with the destruction of his father came the destruction of Star-Lord's source of power. At this point, he's just a person with fancy devices and a lot of self-confidence. It also appears to have retained superhuman durability.
Achievement Scale: 1. While Star-Lord is a seasoned fighter and marksman, his recent accomplishments have all but robbed him of his credibility. He single-handedly ruined the almost successful plan to defeat Thanos (after barely helping him subdue him) and would have been killed by a lame alien in "Endgame" if Gamora had not saved him. He's almost useless if he's not coordinating with a team.
Evangeline Lilly as Hope Pym, also known as Wasp. wonder
Skills: Hope is an agile and acrobatic fighter who is well trained in martial arts. When equipped with the wasp suit, it can shrink - increasing its proportional strength - and fly.
Performance scale: 1.5. While Hope shows some formidable fighting instincts in "Ant-Man and the Wasp," we just don't have enough evidence of her skill set to give her any extra points. From what we've seen, she is certainly powerful by regular standards, but she would likely lose to almost any other Avenger in combat.
Vin Diesel speaks to Groot. Marvel Studios
Skills: As a sentient tree, Groot can expand and manipulate its body in seemingly limitless ways. He can use his limbs as swords and never has to worry about them breaking off because they always grow back. In "Guardians of the Galaxy" we saw how it formed an impenetrable barrier with its branches, was blown up for its friends and was offspring.
Performance Scale: 2. Groot is incredibly strong and adaptable when he is fully grown. But as a teenager, he's not that skilled in combat (and very prone to mood swings). But to be fair, he's basically immortal and it's super impressive when he impales a group of enemies with one arm.
Benedict Wong as Wong. Marvel Studios
Skills: Wong is a master of the mystical arts, a wizard who swore to defend the fabric of reality.
Power Scale: 2. Wong has powerful magic on hand, but he's basically a watered down version of Doctor Strange. We didn't see him fight much; He was pretty useless in "Doctor Strange" and completely bowed out of the action in "Infinity War". He helped protect the people in Endgame, that was helpful, but we didn't want him to go one-on-one against a big bad guy.
Danai Gurira as Okoye. Marvel Studios
Skills: Okoye, the general of the Dora Milaje, takes her job very seriously. She has no powers, but according to Nakia she is the best warrior in Wakanda - and Wakanda has many warriors. A gun powered by vibranium also helps.
Performance Scale: 2. Everyone wants Okoye on their side in a fight. We have never seen her hurt before. But she doesn't have any upgraded skills or armor, which means she's at the bottom of our list by default.
Anthony Mackie as Sam Wilson, aka Falcon. Marvel Studios
Skills: Sam Wilson has no powers. With his special winged jetpack he can fly with incredible speed and agility. He also uses goggles in flight to improve his vision.
Performance Scale: 3. Falcon doesn't seem like a great fighter without his wings - and we saw him suffer when they were damaged in Captain America: Winter Soldier. But he's super good at maneuvering them, and he's had some impressive moments: He made Proxima Midnight fly in "Infinity War" and killed a giant space monster with its sharp wings in "Endgame". He also earned half a point when Steve Rogers selected him to replace Captain America because we trust Steve's judgment.
18. War machine
Don Cheadle as James Rhodes, also known as War Machine. Marvel Studios
Skills: Rhodey has no powers and lost the use of his legs in the "Civil War". In combat, he uses a Tony Stark iron suit, most of which is armed with machine gun style weapons and explosives.
Performance scale: 3. War Machine is a valuable avenger because of its heart and courage to convince. His weapons can be very handy in a major battle, as we saw in the Battle of Wakanda - but they're honestly primitive compared to the types of blasters we've seen from space or from Tony's suit. It's not like someone on the street can operate the suit, but without Tony's help, War Machine can't improve its technology or evolve as a superhero. And as far as we know, he has no hand-to-hand combat skills.
17. Ant man
Paul Rudd as Scott Lang, also known as Ant-Man. Marvel Studios
Skills: Scott Lang has no powers. In combat, he uses a size manipulation suit designed by Hank Pym. It is able to shrink to incredibly small sizes - which increases its proportional strength - and grow to incredibly large sizes.
Performance Scale: 4. We have seen Ant-Man at his best when he uses his ability to grow. At this size, it can withstand a tremendous amount of firepower and crush enemies with ease with a single foot. But we also know that it cannot sustain this huge size for long without suffering damage.
Scott is very adept at using shrink technology, but without the suit (which he didn't design or build) he's pretty much useless, and many of Ant-Man's powers are only useful in very specific circumstances.
16. Winter soldier
Sebastian Stan as Bucky Barnes, also known as the Winter Soldier. Marvel Studios
Skills: Bucky Barnes received a variation on the super soldier serum that gave Captain America his skills. He has improved strength, durability, speed, agility, reflexes and healing. He also has a cybernetic arm made from vibranium, which increases his power even more.
Performance Scale: 4. We saw Winter Soldier hold their own against (or even defeat) Captain America, Black Widow, and Black Panther. We know he can expertly murder dozens of people. But all of this happened while he was being mind controlled by Hydra forces, which made him breakneck and reckless.
Since Shuri was able to "reset" his mind, we only saw him with a gun. It seems that it is no longer as effective as it used to be. In addition, thanks to "Civil War", we know that his arm can be forcibly removed or blown up, making him vulnerable in the fight against superpowers.
Tessa Thompson as Brunnhilde, aka Valkyrie. wonder
Skills: As an Asgarde, Brunnhilde has superhuman strength, durability, speed, reflexes, agility and endurance. She is also a highly qualified member of Asgard's elite Valkyries troop, which makes her a well-known warrior. (Even Thor says he wanted to be a Valkyrie as an adult.)
Performance scale: 5. Valkyrie not only survived for many years on the bloodthirsty planet Sakaar - she also thrived. As a scavenger, she had to subdue and capture powerful warriors, including the Hulk. She overpowered Loki pretty easily, too. And she was drunk all the time! Valkyrie was later important in defeating Hela in "Thor: Ragnarok" and very helpful against Thanos' army in "Endgame".
Karen Gillan as Fog. Marvel Studios
Skills: Nebula was trained and "perfected" by Thanos, which means she is a highly skilled semi-machine assassin. Even before he replaced a selection of her body parts with advanced technology, Nebula possessed naturally higher physical abilities, including strength and durability.
Performance scale: 5. We saw Nebula snap by the neck and throw people around with one arm. She briefly asserted herself against Thanos in "Infinity War," and he even said Nebula almost managed to murder him when she snuck aboard his ship. But we also know that Gamora has overwhelmed them in every fight they've ever had. Thanos' abuse took a significant emotional toll, which likely resulted in her effectiveness as a warrior.
Jeremy Renner as Clint Barton, aka Hawkeye, aka Ronin. Marvel Studios
Skills: Clint Barton has no powers. He is a skilled marksman who uses special arrows that, among other things, burn and explode. In the years between "Infinity War" and "Endgame" he became ronin, an experienced assassin with a samurai sword.
Performance scale: 5.5. Hawkeye's skills seem inadequate in the face of the Avengers' enemies - something he made fun of in "Age of Ultron" - but there's a reason he's still alive. As we saw in "Endgame", he can single-handedly knock down huge groups of enemies and, supported by the mastery of his fancy arrows, hold back swarming hordes of aliens.
The fact that Hawkeye can operate on a level playing field with superhuman warriors like Valkyrie and Nebula without any powers puts him up on our scoring scale.
12. Black widow
Scarlett Johansson as Natasha Romanoff, also known as Black Widow. Marvel Studios
Skills: Natasha Romanoff had no powers. She was bred tirelessly to become one of the most fearsome spies and assassins in the world. She was usually armed with a special stun gun, but could also easily handle weapons, spears, knives or swords.
Performance Scale: 6. With the help of Captain America and Falcon, Black Widow defeated two of Thanos' servants with apparent ease. She was also extremely effective in repelling his monstrous army in Wakanda.
While Hawkeye coached Black Widow, she secured a spot above him on that list by overpowering and outwitting him on "Endgame". By sacrificing herself, she cemented her heroic worth and proved that the student had become the master.
Zoe Saldana as Gamora. Marvel Studios
Skills: Gamora is a rip-off, an alien species that is naturally superhuman in strength and durability. She was trained and cybernetically enhanced by Thanos, who called her "the wildest woman in the galaxy". He considered them higher than any of his other "children" or soldiers.
Performance scale: 6.5. Gamora is similar to Black Widow: she was brought up as a ruthless assassin almost from birth and has proven her skills several times. But she has natural abilities that far exceed unimproved humans, and she earned a fearsome reputation across the galaxy before turning against Thanos. As Rocket said, "Anyone who is someone knows who you are."
Paul Bettany as a vision. Marvel Studios
Skills: Vision was an android with a synthetic vibranium body that enabled it to walk and fly through walls. His consciousness was a combination of Tony Stark, Bruce Banner, Tony's Artificial Intelligence (J.A.R.V.I.S.) and the Mind Stone.
Performance Scale: 7. In theory, Vision should be one of the most powerful Avengers: He had the damn Mind Stone embedded in his forehead. But it is clear that Vision never used the true power of the stone - possibly because he knew what kind of destruction and horror it could cause. He even admitted that he did not understand the stone and that it controlled it more than it controlled it.
He should also be the smartest and most certainly the most just avenger. In "Age of Ultron" he could even use Thor's hammer. But it didn't prove to be very effective in actual fight scenes. He was absolutely useless in the "Infinity War" and could only survive with Wanda's help. One puny stab through the synthetic gut and it was down for the count! When destroyed by Thanos, Vision didn't even strike a fight.
It is unclear whether Vision will regain shape after the events of "WandaVision" or whether his reassembled body will be just as powerful without the Mind Stone. We'll have to see how he handles his "instructions" after he gets his memories back.
Mark Ruffalo as "Professor Hulk", a combination of Hulk's body and Bruce Banner's mind. Disney / Marvel
Skills: Hulk, Bruce Banner's angry alter ego, was created from Bruce's version of the super soldier serum and a huge blast of gamma rays. Its main strength is its remarkable, tireless strength. Plus, Hulk is basically immortal and Bruce himself is a genius.
Performance Scale: 7. Hulk has traditionally been considered the strongest Avenger physically - and for good reason, despite being subdued by both Iron Man and Thor. Then he was destroyed in "Infinity War" and we haven't seen him fight since then.
Now that Bruce has managed to fuse his mind into Hulk's body, he seems completely disinterested in fighting. The Hulk body is still wildly strong and nearly indestructible, but Bruce no longer has Hulk's ferocity and after "Endgame" it looks like he only has one working arm.
8. Black panther
Chadwick Boseman as T'Challa, also known as the Black Panther. wonder
Abilities: Whoever holds the Black Panther cloak in Wakanda - currently King T'Challa - receives increased abilities after consuming the heart-shaped herb. He has superhuman strength, speed, durability, agility, endurance, healing and reflexes.
T'Challa is also a master of martial arts and tactics. His Black Panther suit is woven with nearly indestructible vibranium that can absorb kinetic energy such as explosions or blows and use it as a counterattack.
Performance scale: 7.5. Black Panther's strength and enhanced abilities are the same as those of Captain America's Super Soldier Serum. His fighting style is graceful and acrobatic and sets him apart from many of our other heroes - as does his calm, intense resilience. Even when he was surprised in the "civil war" without a suit, he was essentially on par with the winter soldier in hand-to-hand combat. With the energy-absorbing suit that debuted in "Black Panther", he's almost invulnerable.
Tom Holland as Peter Parker, also known as Spider-Man. Sony pictures
Skills: When Peter Parker was bitten by a radioactive spider, he gained proportional strength of a spider - making him significantly stronger, faster, more durable, and more agile than the average man. He also has enhanced senses that give him incredible fighting instincts and enable him to dodge and counter incoming attacks more effectively. He can also shoot nets from his hands and climb walls.
Peter Parker is also far smarter than the average teenager. His peers tend to see him as the brightest in his school for competitive honors, and he was essentially, obviously, crowned heir to Tony Stark.
Performance Scale: 8. In Civil War, Spider-Man's first real battle, he defeated both Falcon and Winter Soldier. He even held up against Captain America (although Cap clearly held back).
It is true that he is still young and relatively inexperienced. In "Infinity War" he was easily knocked down by Thanos and somehow even held back by Star-Lord. But that started to shift into "Endgame". With the evidence from Spider-Man: Far From Home, we can now say that he has finally become his own and accessed his true power.
Spider-Man has become a full-fledged Avenger - especially now that he has near-unlimited access to Tony-designed supersuits and weapons. He's one of the few characters who can actually understand and build these designs, which means he'll only get more dangerous.
6. Doctor Strange
Benedict Cumberbatch as Doctor Strange. Marvel Studios
Skills: Doctor Strange is a master of the mystical arts, a wizard who swore to defend the fabric of reality. It has deep magical stores - from the use of energy from other dimensions of the multiverse - and can bend aspects of space and time. Previously, he could use the time stone to rewind events or see possible futures.
Power Scale: 9. The nature of the mystical arts slightly penalizes Strange because he has to move his arms and hands to access his power - that's how Ebony Maw caught him in "Infinity War". But we can't hold Strange's loss to Thanos against him because he knew how this fight would end; He knew the Avengers had to lose first to win. So we don't know how Strange would have fared in this fight if he hadn't foreseen his own death, but we do know that Tony and the Guardians wouldn't have stood a chance without him.
In "Endgame" Strange mainly focused on practical damage control so we didn't see him face Thanos again. But we've seen that he can teleport entire armies from across the galaxy, so that's a big plus.
It is unclear how much strength Strange will lose now that he can no longer use the physical time marker. But hey, he's still damn powerful.
Other masters have noted that Strange appears to be born for the mystical arts and, according to Old Strange, is destined to be "the best of us".
5. Iron Man
Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark, also known as Iron Man. Marvel Studios
Skills: Tony Stark's so-called powers all came from his ingenious intelligence. He built the first Iron Man suit while being held captive by a terrorist group in a cave in Afghanistan. In the years that followed, he continually rebuilt and improved his Iron Man technology. Eventually, he used nanotechnology to create an extremely durable suit with powerful weapons.
Performance scale: 9.5. Iron Man was the only Avenger who could injure Thanos in "Infinity War" (until Thor almost killed him), and he did so when Thanos had already collected four Infinity Stones. He was also the only person who knew Thanos by name, which is testament to Iron Man's fearsome reputation.
"Endgame" solidified and built on that reputation. Iron Man was able to outsmart Thanos at the most important moment and briefly use the power of all six Infinity Stones, which previously seemed like it should be impossible for a normal human body to resist.
4. Captain America
Chris Evans as Steve Rogers, aka Captain America. Marvel Studios
Skills: After Steve Rogers committed to combat in World War II, he was selected for Project Rebirth and injected with the Super Soldier Serum. It gave him an ideal physical form that made Rogers fitter, stronger, and more durable than any other person indefinitely. He's strengthened the senses and his body is healing ridiculously fast.
Captain America usually wears a vibranium shield, although we've seen him easily master any other weapon he's placed his hands on - including Thor's hammer, Mjolnir. He's the only known person who could lift it, as Thor said it would cause every other person's body and mind to collapse at the same time.
Performance Scale: 10. Captain America was able to kill Iron Man in the "Civil War", placing him higher on our rankings. He has consistently defeated opponents with more conspicuous powers and is probably unbeatable in hand-to-hand combat (with the exception of an opponent with otherworldly powers).
And as we know from his famous catchphrase, his sheer will and determination make him an invaluable avenger. He literally never gives up.
Chris Hemsworth as Thor. Walt Disney Studios
Skills: Members of the Asgard Royal Family are not really gods per se - but they are as close to the gods as possible. Thor is ridiculously powerful, so only his father and older sister (both dead) would surpass his strength. He is not immortal, but is almost invulnerable, considering that he endured the full force of a star and survived.
Thor is most powerful when he can channel his powers through an enchanted, loyal weapon forged on Nidavellir, such as the Mjolnir hammer or the Stormbreaker ax. But as the god of thunder, he can also conjure up and use pure lightning.
Power Scale: 20. Thor is so powerful that filmmakers are constantly looking for ways to hinder him. In "Ragnarok" they destroyed his hammer. In "Infinity War" they took him out of the picture for most of the action - and when they put him back in with a suitable weapon in their hands, he was only moments away from killing Thanos. In "Endgame" they gave him severe symptoms of alcoholism and depression and undermined his ability to fight effectively.
If Thor had been at his highest potential during most of the Avengers' battles, they probably wouldn't have lasted long. In fact, it was only "Ragnarok" who discovered his true potential as the god of thunder. There's no telling how powerful he really is, with Marvel constantly putting obstacles in his way - and even with those, he's easily the third most powerful hero we've ever seen.
2. Captain Marvel
Brie Larson as Carol Danvers, also known as Captain Marvel. Walt Disney Studios
Abilities: Even though she was born a normal human on earth, Carol Danvers absorbed the power of the Tesseract that contained the space stone. She was granted superhuman strength, speed, and flight. It can emit extremely powerful photon emitters from its fists.
Additionally, she was made a Kree-human hybrid after Kree soldier Yon-Rogg gave her blood transfusions. The Kree are naturally stronger and more durable than humans. Thanks to her time with the Kree Starforce, Captain Marvel is also well trained in combat.
Performance scale: 50. "Captain Marvel, she is more powerful than ever in a movie," said Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige to Vulture. "Her powers are off the charts and when she's featured she'll be by far the strongest figure we've ever had."
He was right. We saw Captain Marvel flick through an entire spaceship with ease just moments after realizing her true power. She didn't need training or time to learn how to use her skills, as many heroes have.
We have seen how she manipulated cosmic energy at will and armored her body with surging force that enables her to soar through space and withstand attacks. She flew several light years in one night while carrying an entire spaceship; She didn't even move when Thanos hit her in the head.
It's a bit weird that she felt uncomfortable after Thanos used the power stone to hit her. Based on what we saw, she could have come back to this. But her return would have undermined Iron Man's big moment, so we're ready to overlook that detail.
Until the events of "WandaVision", Captain Marvel was by far the strongest Avenger.
1. Scarlet Witch
Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff, also known as the Scarlet Witch. Disney Plus
Skills: Wanda Maximoff and her brother were volunteer subjects in Hydra experiments. Scientists exposed them to the scepter in which the spirit stone was located, and they emerged with otherworldly forces.
Wanda received powerful skills such as telekinesis, telepathy, and energy manipulation.
Her psionics enable her to fly, create force fields, move large objects and project dangerous beams of energy. She can also penetrate the minds of her enemies, plant realistic visions, and control their minds.
In "WandaVision" we learned that Wanda is a born witch with natural stores of magic. The thought stone, as the old witch Agatha Harkness says, "amplified what would otherwise have died on the vine."
Wanda became what is known as the Scarlet Witch: a rare entity that can use chaos magic on seemingly limitless levels and even manipulate reality.
Leistungsskala: 100. Wanda war die einzige Heldin, die es geschafft hatte, Thanos eins zu eins zu begegnen, ohne sich dabei zu verletzen - und das zweimal. Sie hielt ihn in "Infinity War" mit einer Hand zurück, und zu diesem Zeitpunkt hatte er bereits fünf Steine gesammelt. Sie war kurz davor, ihn in "Endgame" zu überwältigen, und hätte es vielleicht geschafft, wenn er nicht "Feuer" von seinen Schiffen geregnet hätte.
In der Tat war Wanda immer mächtig, aber "WandaVision" machte deutlich, dass ihre Stärke wirklich einzigartig ist. Sie kann die Realität ihrem Willen beugen, auch ohne es zu wollen. Sie schuf spontan drei Lebewesen, jedes mit seiner eigenen Persönlichkeit und seinen eigenen Kräften, aus buchstäblich nichts.
Agatha sagt Wanda, dass jemand, der so gefährlich ist, "ein Mythos sein soll" - und dass sie tatsächlich in der Lage ist, die Welt zu zerstören.
Wandas Magie übertrifft eindeutig die Standard-MCU-Magie wie die von Doctor Strange, dem aktuellen "Sorcerer Supreme". Darüber hinaus waren ihre kosmischen Fähigkeiten kein Zufall. Sie war nicht nur der Energie eines Unendlichkeitssteins ausgesetzt, wie Captain Marvel, sondern wurde irgendwie dadurch gesalbt.
Tony Stark entdeckte in "Age of Ultron", dass der Mind Stone ein einzigartiges Netzwerk von Neuronen hat; Vision legt in "Infinity War" nahe, dass es Bewusstsein hat, eine Agenda. Es hat sich für Wanda entschieden und sie sagt, dass ein Stück des Mind Stone in ihr lebt.
In der Abspannszene des "WandaVision" -Finals sehen wir Scarlet Witch, wie sie Agathas Darkhold-Buch studiert. Wenn sie lernt, Chaos Magic effektiver einzusetzen, wird sie noch beeindruckender. Wie Agatha sagt, ist ihr Problem nicht Macht, sondern Wissen. Es ist nicht abzusehen, was sie in Zukunft tun kann.
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