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    Sunday, 23rd June, 2019, 08:33 AM
    The crusader had got a random system to recover spent maneuvers, and this was too complicated to be used like nPCs by the DM, but maybe like a solo boss. My opinion is the first step to reintroduce the martial maneuvers could be new subclasses, and later something like the pathfinder archetypes when some class features are replaced by others..(gladiator class from Dark Sun would be an example...
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    Sunday, 23rd June, 2019, 08:15 AM
    When a fiction genre is too popular then it become "old fashioned", for example the far west movies with indians and cowboys. And people would rather fiction set in "exotic" places. For example a teenage who lives in a little town like sci-fi set in megacities with high skyscrapers but a geek living in a great city would rather fantasy set in country and wild zones. An European feel curiosity...
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    Saturday, 22nd June, 2019, 08:05 PM
    I love the lore and the factions of WoD but not the rules, nor when the authors want to teach me about History but it is only annoying propaganda. About rules I use my own mash-up, with some little changes of the d20 system, adding more abilities scores: astuteness (social manipulation, creativity to improvise), courage (bravery, but also resistance to mental stress), grace(fate/karma/luck)...
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    Friday, 21st June, 2019, 11:43 AM
    The Tome of Battle: The Book of Nine Swords is a sourcebook from 3.5 what introduce a new game mechanic, the martial maneuvers, special powers in the middle step between at-will and once-encounter, with a style close to the asian wuxian genre and three new classes, the swordsage, the warblade and the crusader. Dreamscarred Press published its own version for Pathfinder, the Path of War, with its...
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    Thursday, 20th June, 2019, 10:38 AM
    If digital immortality and mind transfer are canon in Cyberpunk, this could open some doors for new stories. For example a penal colony, controlled by a micro-state (really a mega-corporation whose CEO are former politicians enjoying their revolving doors) where the prisoners has suffered a manipulation of their memories. Really they are innocent political prisoners, but they believe they are...
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    Thursday, 20th June, 2019, 08:54 AM
    My opinion is this matter is about background more than true gameplay. Druid are primal spellcaster, and they need to be attuned to primal forces. Metal has got a special "smell" and animals can sense it. Primal spirits want the taboo of the metal armour because this is a symbol of human civilization. The true trouble is when a player want to use "biopunk magic" to craft a no-metallic armour,...
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    Thursday, 20th June, 2019, 07:35 AM
    Cyberpunk is a clear example about how the sci-fi get old very bad. Today new generations miss a lot of current technology what doesn't appear in older works. Cyberpunk isn't only about the bad use of the technology, but about the society and how we could go to a dystopian, but today people are changed their ideas about the true causes of this dystopia, and the great difference between...
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    Thursday, 20th June, 2019, 07:09 AM
    Monster/racial/template class.
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    Tuesday, 18th June, 2019, 09:45 PM
    My suggestion is the megadungeon is the ruins of a arcology, a super-skyscraper building by an lost alien visitor colony, created to be a mixture of vertical forest and greenhouse, but later a group of "okupa" goblins arrived and spoiled the work with their contagious diseases. After the goblins were attacked by therianthropes, maybe wererats, or werevernims. These were the lord of the zone until...
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    Sunday, 16th June, 2019, 05:02 PM
    Gurus or GURPS? My idea is a module for a easier adaptation of other systems or allowing little changes for players who don't want to learn too many new rules. Some DMs want to create setting what are mash-up mixing different franchises, Ravenloft + World of Darkness, for example, or third companies who want to publish their own version of d20 system with some little changes to be easily...
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    Sunday, 16th June, 2019, 08:14 AM
    Sometimes I guess WotC wants to create a d20 Modern 2.0. but with the goal to be a universal multi-genre system, to adapt different Hasbro's franchises and by other companies, and not only sci-fi but also other subgenres like mechas (giants robots), kaijus (giant monsters) or superheroes. And it has to be a system who also third companies like to use it for their own lines, but maybe someone...
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    Sunday, 16th June, 2019, 07:41 AM
    In my setting deities are real, but not necessary to get divine magic. Some shamans and warlocks worship ancestors, totems, vestiges or kami (feys). Almost nobody is really atheist, and everybody accept the afterlife planes, also celestial and infernal, as a reality. Somebody may be misotheist (he hates gods) or maltheist (his opinion is gods aren't good or they really don't worry for the...
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    Sunday, 16th June, 2019, 06:59 AM
    My suggestion for mass battle is to use a new monster subtype: squad or troop. It would work like swarm monsters, but a group of creatures fighting like only one. It could be humanoid soldiers, or a pack of war beasts.
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    Wednesday, 12th June, 2019, 08:21 PM
    Somebody is killed and everybody discover he was a skrull, or a doppelgänger, or a changeling, or an android... The members of the brotherhood are killed by a "Predator", an alien hunter from outer space. There is a meeting between the gangs, but it is a trap with a lot of Valryan fire and ...boom!! The capo is attacked by survives, until a group of vampire-hunters appear and the work is...
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    Wednesday, 12th June, 2019, 04:43 PM
    I have got a note of "notifications" but after clicking it this doesn't disappear, from some time ago.
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    Sunday, 9th June, 2019, 11:23 AM
    I said it and I will say it again, the keys of a class are: - Right balance of power, of course. - Fun gameplay. Class features not too complex and useful for players. - Interesting background. A class isn't only a list of superpowers. Each class is a mark of identity, like clothes by urban tribes. ---
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    Friday, 7th June, 2019, 07:19 AM
    It sounds interesting for me but it should be a really good story, and this is a true challenge. We could use the chronomancers and the time dragons, the antagonists of the module "Where the chaos reigns", the grand conjunction of Ravenloft, Vecna, former dark lord of the demiplane of dread and now god of the secrets, and different parallel timeline of Krynn. Sometimes I think D&D...
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    Tuesday, 4th June, 2019, 07:22 AM
    Apu is a very loved character from the Simpsons cartoon for decades and now he is not politically correct. When you try to use speculative fiction like a propaganda weapon, a RPG or a Hollywood super-production people notice it and sometimes this is really annoying. Some horrible things is better only to happen off-screen. After a hard week of work or studying somebody want to have fun...
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    Tuesday, 4th June, 2019, 07:14 AM
    Don't forget 80's cartoon was popular in its time, but the remake had got only a season. Now they are more like comedy, for example Teen Titans Go!
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    Monday, 3rd June, 2019, 08:32 PM
    I can bet Paizo would love a cartoon of Starfinder, but this is not so easy. A franchise isn't enough to sell a blockbuster. Marvel had got a lot of failures until Blade the vampire-hunter was the first real success in the cinemas. Warner Bros hadn't found yet the right formule for DC superheroes, and you can find "Batman & Robin" and "The Dark Night". The 80's D&D cartoon is a classic, but...
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    Monday, 3rd June, 2019, 08:26 PM
    How to explain with the right words? (English isn't my native language). In the first years of the comic strip "Buck Rogers" the antagonists were the han, the red mongol invaders. That was right then, but today it wouldn't be politically correct. In the 70's there was a Disney comedy "Our dinosaur is missing", where Chinese are the antagonists. Today we can't watch it because it is not...
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    Sunday, 2nd June, 2019, 05:14 PM
    Let's imagine a world where there was a titanomachy, a war of titans vs gods, and the titans lost. Then the titans are cursed to be reincarnated as ordinary mortals, forgetting their past lives. Later there is a rebellion of the mankind against the gods, and mortals win with the help of the lord feys. Now the feys have replaced the old religion, but with their own problems. The giants are the...
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    Saturday, 1st June, 2019, 07:44 AM
    D&D and the RPGs are entertainment industry and they can't work like tech and hardware companies. Like the rest of blockbuster franchises of speculative fiction it has to sell something new but not too different. D&D is fantasy, and then most ideologically neutral, you can kiss-ass a lot of fictional humanoid races and this is more politically correct than facing Ottoman pirates, for example. And...
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    Friday, 31st May, 2019, 10:10 AM
    Third parties could publish their own oriental setting, and someone has done it. An Chinese-style D&D could be sold in Taiwan, but in the continental China the censura may be too hard, nothing of time-travels, no corpses can be showed, or even they have bad eyes for teleseries and movies set in pre-communist past. Like Quin Shi Huang (first Chinese emperor) they want to erase the past to rewrite...
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    Friday, 31st May, 2019, 09:29 AM
    Real History can be a great source of inspiration, but I don't advice RPGs set in the real past because History may be too controversial sometimes. Do you know the fantasy young novel saga "Stravaganza"?
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    Friday, 31st May, 2019, 09:17 AM
    I only bought the book "Chulthupunk" when it was published in my language. I only wanted the background, not the rules.
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    Thursday, 30th May, 2019, 08:44 PM
    Savages Species. I love the monster classes (and racial/template classes). And racial paragon classes. Tome of Magic. The pacts with the vestiges is a new classic. Tome of Battle: Book of Nine Swords. Magic of Incarnum needs a remake with a lot of playtesting and feedback. Oriental Adventures, but I suggest to add new races like the kemonomimi ("animal-ears") as PC race.
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Tuesday, 26th March, 2019

  • 06:25 PM - ardoughter mentioned LuisCarlos17f in post D&D storylines for a movie?
    LuisCarlos17f for a modern setting I would go for something like Warspell: the Merged https://www.amazon.co.uk/WarSpell-Merge-Gorg-Huff-ebook/dp/B07L416R4W/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=Warspell&qid=1553620903&s=digital-text&sr=1-1-catcorr Which is D&D with the serial numbers filed off.

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Wednesday, 18th April, 2018

  • 10:58 AM - Doug McCrae mentioned LuisCarlos17f in post [13th Age] Should I play up the conflict between Law and Chaos?
    LuisCarlos17f That seems reasonable under a nine alignment system. Good, Evil and Nature are the three most important factions in D&D-world, with a possible Cthulhu/Tharizdun/Far Realm as a fourth. Under the three alignment system I'd place Nature as neutral. This is a different approach to Tolkien, where nature is very clearly good and the forces of evil, represented by orcs and Saruman, are strongly anti-nature.

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Friday, 30th October, 2015

  • 09:13 PM - El Mahdi mentioned LuisCarlos17f in post Warlord Name Poll
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Sunday, 23rd June, 2019

  • 11:06 AM - Cap'n Kobold quoted LuisCarlos17f in post Do you miss the martial adepts from "Tome of Battle: The Book of Nine Swords"?
    The crusader had got a random system to recover spent maneuvers, and this was too complicated to be used like nPCs by the DM, but maybe like a solo boss. 5th ed tends to use a "Recharges on a roll of x+ on a d6" for NPC mechanics that aren't just a set number of times per encounter. My opinion is the first step to reintroduce the martial maneuvers could be new subclasses, and later something like the pathfinder archetypes when some class features are replaced by others..(gladiator class from Dark Sun would be an example of D&D version of Pthf archetypes). We need to differentiate between maneuvers with ki power source, or magic. Ki should be a power source like arcana, divina, primal magic, or psionic. In 5e, Ki is explicitly a kind of magic. Splitting magic into arcane, divine, primal, psionic etc is very much a 4th ed thing, not 5th ed. If you're going to do that, why not put ki back in psionic? Martial adept classes can't be only fighters with martial maneuvers, but they also need their ow...

Saturday, 22nd June, 2019


Friday, 21st June, 2019

  • 07:47 PM - The White Sorcerer quoted LuisCarlos17f in post SLA Industries 2nd Edition Coming In September
    The megacorporations can be an antagonist faction in lots of stories of speculative fiction, but the abuse of the cliche may be to become really annoying. Sometimes I miss some work about a dystopia where the economy is monopolized by the state, where the businessmen and CEOs are former politicians or high commissioners enjoying their revolving doors, and they don't worry about being competitive because no rival brand is going to steal them clients or suffering the consequences of their mistakes because we are who are going to pay for the broken plates. Sci-fi stories tend to be about the society they are written in. If anything the megacorp concept will go out of fashion because people crave escapism.

Thursday, 20th June, 2019

  • 08:50 AM - Bagpuss quoted LuisCarlos17f in post Cyberpunk Genre RPGs
    * Were there rules about genetic engineering for "transgenic" humanoids in Cyberpunk 2020? Have you thought about the impact if we find the secret of eternal youth and the retirement by old wouldn't be necessary? To find a new job would be harder for just linceced, and the ascend in the company when the boss always will be there but if he want to create his own new businessmen. Biotechnology was in some of the later Chrome books, same as in Shadowrun. But transhuman was mainly about going to full conversion 'borgs, brain-in-a-box type thing. The in scenario "Never fade away", in Cyberpunk 2013, Alt Cunningham, a netrunner and girlfriend of Johnny Silverhand, invented the Soul Killer virus that could create a digital version of somebodies mind. It was used on herself and she became the A.I. "Alt" which featured significantly in setting (a poster of her was on a wall in the original announcement movie trailer for Cyberpunk 2077).

Wednesday, 19th June, 2019


Thursday, 13th June, 2019

  • 09:05 PM - hawkeyefan quoted LuisCarlos17f in post Things from the Flood Is Now Available
    Is "Tale of the Loop" a right RPG to play with children players ( I don't mean children PCs), to give as gift to a children? Probably not, in general, but I suppose it would depend on the specific children, and how you decided to play the game. It's very nostalgia based on the 1980s, so some kind of awareness of that time helps. It's also a horror/dark sci-fi game setting in the vein of Stranger Things. The PCs cannot die, but I would expect that most games would still have some kind of material that would be considered scary. Things From the Flood is the next step, and moves the game forward into the 1990s, with PC ages being a bit older, and the game has higher stakes because the PCs can die in this game. So if you played with kids who are more mature than their age and who either have some grasp of the 80s or won't mind missing the nostalgia factor, or if you ran a game that was more weird and less scary or something similar, then you might be okay.
  • 02:51 PM - Takei quoted LuisCarlos17f in post Stargate RPG Powered By 5E Announced from Wyvern Gaming
    WotC should talk with 3rd party publishers for the feedback to create a d20 Modern 2.0. what could become the universal d20 for all the genres. Some publishers would like use other abilities scores, for example Courage or Grace(luck/karma/fate). I'd also like to see a d20 Modern 2.0.

Monday, 10th June, 2019

  • 03:03 PM - Jer quoted LuisCarlos17f in post RPGs Finally Get Some Credit in Defining a Galaxy: A Review
    I love SW but it is a setting where jedis are the stars of the show and no-force adepts become "boring" without those superpowers. I miss some things from the SW legends, the expanded universe, but also I don't like too much the Skywalker family like the centre of the attention. After the fall of the empire a lot of things happened and almost all linked with Skywalkers. This setting needs more force adepts but neither jedis nor siths. Eh - I actually think it's the opposite. I think that the RPGs and the Expanded Universe stuff focuses way too much on the Force and Jedi politics and not enough on the rest of the Space Opera that is the Star Wars Universe. Han Solo and Chewbacca were major parts of what made the first trilogy great, and it was because they were awesome, not because they had Force powers. One of my big complaints about the prequel trilogy is that it immersed itself in the Jedi and ignored a good half of what made the first trilogy so great . This is one of the things t...

Tuesday, 4th June, 2019

  • 08:56 AM - Riley37 quoted LuisCarlos17f in post Players 'distressed' by gang-rape role-playing game
    Apu is a very loved character from the Simpsons cartoon for decades and now he is not politically correct. Some people at UK Expo had unpleasant experience. Do you see this as an opportunity for promoting your agenda about what is and isn't politically correct? If you want to watch "Song of the South" in the privacy of your home, then go for it, have fun. If you wanna play F.A.T.A.L. and/or Custer's Revenge with your friends, then go for it, have fun. But please don't use this particular thread to tell us all about your bold decisions to enjoy things which other might find offensive.

Wednesday, 29th May, 2019

  • 03:50 PM - Jer quoted LuisCarlos17f in post RPG Crowdfunding News: Good Society, Four Perilous Journeys, ORPHEUS, UltraModern5, and more
    I see some 3rd party companies create settings in modern tech age, but I wonder about we need a new d20 Modern or maybe this should be changed to be really multigenre. How to explain better? The night slasher, the psycho-killer, leader of the cult of the new dawn and main antagonist of Sylvester Stallone's "Cobra" movie it would be a knightmare for PCs without weapons, but with theses and enough ammo the thing changes. Why not a module to add more abilities scores? For example Astuteness, Courage, Grace(Karma/fate/luck) and Technique (Des for reflex and Agility, Tch for crafting, maneuvers of martial arts, arts, playing music, dance...). Serious question - between Esper Genesis and the D&D 5e core rules, what rules are missing that this couldn't already be done?
  • 02:12 PM - SMHWorlds quoted LuisCarlos17f in post RPG Crowdfunding News: Good Society, Four Perilous Journeys, ORPHEUS, UltraModern5, and more
    I see some 3rd party companies create settings in modern tech age, but I wonder about we need a new d20 Modern or maybe this should be changed to be really multigenre. How to explain better? The night slasher, the psycho-killer, leader of the cult of the new dawn and main antagonist of Sylvester Stallone's "Cobra" movie it would be a knightmare for PCs without weapons, but with theses and enough ammo the thing changes. Why not a module to add more abilities scores? For example Astuteness, Courage, Grace(Karma/fate/luck) and Technique (Des for reflex and Agility, Tch for crafting, maneuvers of martial arts, arts, playing music, dance...). I don't disagree but it will likely have to be a 3rd party who does it. Something that can straddle the line between Modern and maybe some Urban fantasy and cyberpunk.

Tuesday, 28th May, 2019

  • 06:03 PM - Mike Myler quoted LuisCarlos17f in post Do You Want 9 New D&D Classes?
    I said it and I say it again: The keys to design a new class are: - Right balance of power, of course. - Fun gameplay. Class features have to be interesting, useful and not too complicate. A bad example is the psychic enervation by the psionic wilder class. - Interesting concept. Each class is like a mark of identity, as clothes by urban tribes or Halloween costumes. A class isn't only a list of superpowers but it has to be its own source of inspiration of new stories. A bad example of this are the incarnate and the soulborn from "Magic Incarnum", practically paladin clones with soulmeld powers. At least the lurker from "the complete psionic" could be to create characters like the ones from the videogame saga "Assasin's Creed". I'm doing a small series of short articles detailing the thinking/process behind making the A Touch More Class classes over on my humble blog. Might be up your alley. :)
  • 07:22 AM - cbwjm quoted LuisCarlos17f in post Do You Want 9 New D&D Classes?
    I said it and I say it again: The keys to design a new class are: - Right balance of power, of course. - Fun gameplay. Class features have to be interesting, useful and not too complicate. A bad example is the psychic enervation by the psionic wilder class. - Interesting concept. Each class is like a mark of identity, as clothes by urban tribes or Halloween costumes. A class isn't only a list of superpowers but it has to be its own source of inspiration of new stories. A bad example of this are the incarnate and the soulborn from "Magic Incarnum", practically paladin clones with soulmeld powers. At least the lurker from "the complete psionic" could be to create characters like the ones from the videogame saga "Assasin's Creed".You make some good points butI can't tell, are you for or against these classes?

Sunday, 26th May, 2019

  • 09:55 PM - mopa9000 quoted LuisCarlos17f in post New Tariffs On RPGs Printed In China
    Soon we will see more news about China, for example complains and a boycott against Chinese industry for the Youjizz Pornhub Tubegalore pollution they cause (do you remember the ozone hole? now it is their fault), and about that stupy censure. They don't like fiction with time travel, showing corpses or pre-Mao Chinese History. This may mean fantasy RPGs set in a fantasy China could be forbidden. Maybe the Chinese economic burst and companies would rather other zones. Hopefully companies will either move some of their business back stateside or China will negotiate. Either way would be good for our economy.

Friday, 24th May, 2019

  • 06:49 PM - Darren Richardson quoted LuisCarlos17f in post Warhammer 40K Wrath & Glory Now To Be Produced By... Cubicle 7!
    Congratulations for Cubible 7, but W40K is a good example about how the sci-fi gets old very bad. I wonder about maybe this IP would need a reboot. The IP doesn't need a reboot, as it is continually retconed or expanded upon or revised. It is in fact one of the most fluid IP's I think I've ever read or seen anywhere!
  • 12:18 AM - Lou Agresta quoted LuisCarlos17f in post Mind Transfer and Digital Immortality
    Have they said anything about the (alien or transgenic) PC races? Do you think the new sci-fi (or fantasy space) RPGs need rules for mind-transfer and digital immortality? Hi LuisCarlos17f, at this time we decided to not explore mind-transfer and digital immortality for a few reasons: the lesser reason is Eclipse Phase (hey Adam!) did it so well as Superchunk77 pointed out; the more important reason is that its such an game-changing technology to do that well requires accepting the Copernican revolution it represents and, at that point it, it takes over a setting. You kind of have to do only that. It's not to say we wouldn't be open to a future sourcebook *cough*planning*cough, but we have other setting aspects to solidly establish before tackling consciousness uploads. Hope that answers your question?

Thursday, 23rd May, 2019

  • 09:04 PM - Superchunk77 quoted LuisCarlos17f in post Grimmerspace Has Launched!
    Have they said anything about the (alien or transgenic) PC races? Do you think the new sci-fi (or fantasy space) RPGs need rules for mind-transfer and digital immortality? Isn't that what Eclipse Phase was for? Not sure it's in this setting or not.

Wednesday, 22nd May, 2019

  • 02:18 AM - Wrathamon quoted LuisCarlos17f in post Full Stats for Infernal War Machine from Baldur's Gate: Descent into Avernus
    I guess Hasbro's hand is behind this, and I don't blame it. I don't. I think Chris Perkin's watched Fury Road and said I want to make a D&D campaign about that! He has also been using a lot of classic literature as a muse for his adventures. Alice in Wonderland for Out of the Abyss for example. "Fury Road meets Dante's Inferno" seems like a great premise to explore and it hasn't been done before. I feel Baldur's Gate is tacked on to be honest

Sunday, 19th May, 2019



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