Spider-Woman Vol 5 5

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Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 16

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Heathcliff Vol 1 56

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Arthur Douglas (Earth-616)

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A few days later, Gamora left the Watch and the Time Gem was granted upon Maxam. Maxam would attack Warlock later, but was saved by a still mentally functional Moondragon. The Infinity Gems later disappeared without any trace or any clue as to who took them. With Gamora, Maxam, and the Infinity Gems gone, the Watch disbanded. Warlock went off to search for the gems, which left only Drax, Pip and a comatose Moondragon on Earth.{{r|Warlock and the Infinity Watch #37|42}}
 
A few days later, Gamora left the Watch and the Time Gem was granted upon Maxam. Maxam would attack Warlock later, but was saved by a still mentally functional Moondragon. The Infinity Gems later disappeared without any trace or any clue as to who took them. With Gamora, Maxam, and the Infinity Gems gone, the Watch disbanded. Warlock went off to search for the gems, which left only Drax, Pip and a comatose Moondragon on Earth.{{r|Warlock and the Infinity Watch #37|42}}
   
Afterwards, Drax returned to Titan with Moondragon, who successfully petitioned Kronos to restore Drax’s mind to its former acuity, at the cost of some physical power. Thus, Drax was restored to his original condition.
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Afterwards, Drax returned to Titan with Moondragon, who successfully petitioned Kronos to restore Drax’s mind to its former acuity, at the cost of some physical power. Thus, Drax was restored to his former self.
   
A short time later, Drax was accused of the murder of [[Elysius (Earth-616)|Elysius]] and several other individuals. Warlock, along with [[Gamora (Earth-616)|Gamora]], [[Pip Gofern (Earth-616)|Pip]], and [[Genis-Vell (Earth-616)|Genis]], tracked Drax down and subdued him in time to find that the real culprit was the re-animated corpse of the original Captain Marvel. Using his soul-gem, Warlock traced the being controlling the corpse, a creature within the Negative Zone known as [[Syphon]] who was using the Nega-Bands as a conduit. Felled by a backlash of psychic energy, Warlock was unable to stop the transfer of the Nega-Bands to the unconscious Drax, who flew off into space. Warlock then gathered his allies and pursued Drax, finding that Syphon was using Drax and the bands to rip a portal into the Negative Zone, a portal which threatened the structure of the Universe. Summoning all of his strength, Warlock yanked Drax free and removed the Nega-Bands, causing the portal to shrink. But, before the portal could completely close, Syphon yanked Warlock into the negative zone, and in front of the audience of [[Blastaar (Earth-616)|Blastaar]] and [[Annihilus (Earth-616)|Annihilus]], Syphon took Warlocks gem, and used it to re-open the portal. Warlock recovered, and fought back, but without his soul-gem he had little chance of subduing both Blastarr and Annihilus before Syphon was successful. Fortunately, Drax arrived with Pip, Gamora, and Genis (who was once more possessor of the Nega-Bands) in tow. As his friends fought on, Warlock went on to damage Syphon’s conqueror wheel, thus closing the portal once more. Syphon attempted to use the soul-gem to kill Warlock, but found his attack turned upon his own soul. He fought back long enough to flee his own body. Warlock again claimed the gem, and along with Drax and his other companions, returned to their Universe.
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A short time later, Drax was accused of the murder of [[Elysius (Earth-616)|Elysius]] and several other individuals. Warlock, along with [[Gamora (Earth-616)|Gamora]], [[Pip Gofern (Earth-616)|Pip]], and [[Genis-Vell (Earth-616)|Genis]], tracked Drax down and subdued him in time to find that the real culprit was the re-animated corpse of the original Captain Marvel. Using his soul-gem, Warlock traced the being controlling the corpse, a creature within the Negative Zone known as [[Syphon]] who was using the Nega-Bands as a conduit. Felled by a backlash of psychic energy, Warlock was unable to stop the transfer of the Nega-Bands to the unconscious Drax, who flew off into space. Warlock then gathered his allies and pursued Drax, finding that Syphon was using Drax and the bands to rip a portal into the Negative Zone, a portal which threatened the structure of the Universe. Summoning all of his strength, Warlock yanked Drax free and removed the Nega-Bands, causing the portal to shrink. But, before the portal could completely close, Syphon yanked Warlock into the negative zone, and in front of the audience of [[Blastaar (Earth-616)|Blastaar]] and [[Annihilus (Earth-616)|Annihilus]], Syphon took Warlocks gem, and used it to re-open the portal. Warlock recovered, and fought back, but without his soul-gem he had little chance of subduing both Blastarr and Annihilus before Syphon was successful. Fortunately, Drax arrived with Pip, Gamora, and Genis (who was once more possessor of the Nega-Bands) in tow. As his friends fought on, Warlock went on to damage Syphon’s conqueror wheel, thus closing the portal once more. Syphon attempted to use the soul-gem to kill Warlock, but found his attack turned upon his own soul. He fought back long enough to flee his own body. Warlock again claimed the gem, and along with Drax and his other companions, returned to their Universe.{{r|Warlock Vol 4 #1|4}}
   
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Drax’s condition began to revert. His mass and strength climbed back to previous levels, and his mind became clouded once more. Finally, he sought out Moondragon, which led to an altercation with Genis-Vell, son of Mar-Vell and the new Captain Marvel. In the course of this struggle, Drax was transported to the microverse with Genis, where he found acceptance and happiness on the planet Kai and remained for some time.
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Drax’s condition began to revert. His mass and strength climbed back to previous levels, and his mind became clouded once more. Finally, he sought out Moondragon, which led to an altercation with [[Genis-Vell (Earth-616)|Genis-Vell]], son of Mar-Vell and the new Captain Marvel. In the course of this struggle, Drax was transported to the Microverse with Genis, where he was mistaken for the Hulk, who was at one point married to the previous [[Jarella (Earth-616)|princess]]. The new and current princess, [[Visalia (Earth-616)|Visalia]] made Drax her new prince, still thinking he was Hulk. When Genis tried to retrieve Drax from the city of Kai, the kingdom and Drax attacked him. Genis, with the help of a group of Microverse heroes known as the [[Micronauts (Earth-616)|Microns]], was able to eventually snap Drax out of his fake loyalty to Visalia when it was revealed that she was lying about her identity and her love for Drax the entire time. They defeated her in the end, but instead of leaving the Microverse, Drax decided to stay behind because he felt like he was needed there.{{r|Captain Marvel Vol 4 #2|7}}
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Drax was later seen on a prison ship with [[Paibok (Earth-616)|Paibok]], [[Lunatik (Mercenary) (Earth-616)|Lunatik]], and the [[Blood Brothers (Earth-616)|Blood Brothers]] after being accused of murdering 200,000 [[Skrulls]]. They were being transported to an intergalactic prison when the ship crashed on Earth under mysterious circumstances and some prisoners, including Drax, escape. For unknown reasons, Drax’s intelligence sometimes changed from somewhat intelligent to quite dumb. While on Earth and at a low-point of intelligence, he wandered through Alaska and confused a young girl named [[Cammille Benally (Earth-616)|Cammi]] for his daughter. As he slowly wandered through the country side, he encounters Paibok yet again. Paibok ruthlessly murdered him, yet Drax emerged with a new, slightly smaller body and with a higher intelligence. This “new” Drax killed Lunatik and one of the Blood Brothers. After Drax saved the town from his fellow prisoners, he and Cammi were taken onto another working prison ship.{{r|Drax the Destroyer #1}}{{r|Drax the Destroyer #2}}{{r|Drax the Destroyer #3}}{{r|Drax the Destroyer #4}}
 
Drax was later seen on a prison ship with [[Paibok (Earth-616)|Paibok]], [[Lunatik (Mercenary) (Earth-616)|Lunatik]], and the [[Blood Brothers (Earth-616)|Blood Brothers]] after being accused of murdering 200,000 [[Skrulls]]. They were being transported to an intergalactic prison when the ship crashed on Earth under mysterious circumstances and some prisoners, including Drax, escape. For unknown reasons, Drax’s intelligence sometimes changed from somewhat intelligent to quite dumb. While on Earth and at a low-point of intelligence, he wandered through Alaska and confused a young girl named [[Cammille Benally (Earth-616)|Cammi]] for his daughter. As he slowly wandered through the country side, he encounters Paibok yet again. Paibok ruthlessly murdered him, yet Drax emerged with a new, slightly smaller body and with a higher intelligence. This “new” Drax killed Lunatik and one of the Blood Brothers. After Drax saved the town from his fellow prisoners, he and Cammi were taken onto another working prison ship.{{r|Drax the Destroyer #1}}{{r|Drax the Destroyer #2}}{{r|Drax the Destroyer #3}}{{r|Drax the Destroyer #4}}
   

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Adam Warlock (Earth-616)

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Warlock and his Watch returned to Monster Island, where he continued to work on Maxam getting his memory back. He, Moondragon and Drax combined the power of all their Infinity Gems to retrieve a single portion of Maxam’s memory back. He seemed to have come from another reality, and was connected to the [[Badoon]] in some way. Warlock voted to keep this a secret from Gamora, since she has had a complicated history with the Badoon and it would only install more distrust in Maxam. Later that day, the Infinity Watch were attacked by the Avengers. It was later revealed by the [[Vision (Earth-616)|Vision]] that the Avengers were brainwashed by [[Man-Beast (Earth-616)|Senator Kyle Munson]] in a plan to get Warlock marked as a bad guy. That plan obviously failed, and so when Warlock, [[Steven Rogers (Earth-616)|Captain America]], and Vision went to confront the Senator, it was revealed that he was actually Warlock’s old foe, the Man-Beast. They fought, and Warlock (as per usual) won. Warlock delivered a speech in front of the United Nations, and managed to convince them to never both him nor the Watch ever again.{{r|Warlock and the Infinity Watch #26|28}}
 
Warlock and his Watch returned to Monster Island, where he continued to work on Maxam getting his memory back. He, Moondragon and Drax combined the power of all their Infinity Gems to retrieve a single portion of Maxam’s memory back. He seemed to have come from another reality, and was connected to the [[Badoon]] in some way. Warlock voted to keep this a secret from Gamora, since she has had a complicated history with the Badoon and it would only install more distrust in Maxam. Later that day, the Infinity Watch were attacked by the Avengers. It was later revealed by the [[Vision (Earth-616)|Vision]] that the Avengers were brainwashed by [[Man-Beast (Earth-616)|Senator Kyle Munson]] in a plan to get Warlock marked as a bad guy. That plan obviously failed, and so when Warlock, [[Steven Rogers (Earth-616)|Captain America]], and Vision went to confront the Senator, it was revealed that he was actually Warlock’s old foe, the Man-Beast. They fought, and Warlock (as per usual) won. Warlock delivered a speech in front of the United Nations, and managed to convince them to never both him nor the Watch ever again.{{r|Warlock and the Infinity Watch #26|28}}
   
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During the Avengers and Infinity Watch battle on Monster Island, a woman by the name of [[Maya Teraxtola (Earth-616)|Maya]] snuck in to the island but was knocked unconscious by one of the Avengers. She awoke only to discover that Warlock and his Infinity Watch nursed her back to health, but now they had questions. She explained to Warlock that she lived in a different dimension where she was part of an alliance against Count Abyss. She only came to Warlock to ask him for aid in the rebellion against Abyss, and that it would be mutually beneficial. Warlock agreed to this deal, against the decision of the rest of the Watch, and he drank the cup of wine that Maya had brought with her, only to find out that it was a love potion. The two ended up kissing and falling madly in artificial love. The Watch spent a few hours trying to cure him of the ailment, but nothing seemed to do the trick. Just then, a void opened up in Monster Island where many demons came out, and kidnapped Maya. Warlock soon realized he had been deceived, and she was working for Count Abyss the whole time.
 
During the Avengers and Infinity Watch battle on Monster Island, a woman by the name of [[Maya Teraxtola (Earth-616)|Maya]] snuck in to the island but was knocked unconscious by one of the Avengers. She awoke only to discover that Warlock and his Infinity Watch nursed her back to health, but now they had questions. She explained to Warlock that she lived in a different dimension where she was part of an alliance against Count Abyss. She only came to Warlock to ask him for aid in the rebellion against Abyss, and that it would be mutually beneficial. Warlock agreed to this deal, against the decision of the rest of the Watch, and he drank the cup of wine that Maya had brought with her, only to find out that it was a love potion. The two ended up kissing and falling madly in artificial love. The Watch spent a few hours trying to cure him of the ailment, but nothing seemed to do the trick. Just then, a void opened up in Monster Island where many demons came out, and kidnapped Maya. Warlock soon realized he had been deceived, and she was working for Count Abyss the whole time.
   
 
Warlock decided the next best course of action was to go to his orb for all known information on Count Abyss. He got the whole story of how Count Abyss came to be, and he was ready to fight him. He and the Watch travelled to Count Abyss’ dimension, where he was reunited with old acquaintances, [[Darklore (Earth-616)|Darklore]] and [[Meer’lyn (Earth-616)|Meer’lyn]], two beings he met during the Infinity Crusade who were indeed enemies of Count Abyss. They partnered up with them and went to fight Count Abyss, only to brutally suffer defeat. Warlock then launched another plan, where he regretfully transferred one of the souls in his soul gem into Count Abyss’ soulless form. The plan worked, and he was able to defeat Count Abyss. The team celebrated victory, but Warlock was devastated when he found out that Darklore was to marry Maya, his first love. Of course, he wouldn’t publicly show it, but for the first time in his life, Warlock was heartbroken.{{r|Warlock and the Infinity Watch #29|33}}
 
Warlock decided the next best course of action was to go to his orb for all known information on Count Abyss. He got the whole story of how Count Abyss came to be, and he was ready to fight him. He and the Watch travelled to Count Abyss’ dimension, where he was reunited with old acquaintances, [[Darklore (Earth-616)|Darklore]] and [[Meer’lyn (Earth-616)|Meer’lyn]], two beings he met during the Infinity Crusade who were indeed enemies of Count Abyss. They partnered up with them and went to fight Count Abyss, only to brutally suffer defeat. Warlock then launched another plan, where he regretfully transferred one of the souls in his soul gem into Count Abyss’ soulless form. The plan worked, and he was able to defeat Count Abyss. The team celebrated victory, but Warlock was devastated when he found out that Darklore was to marry Maya, his first love. Of course, he wouldn’t publicly show it, but for the first time in his life, Warlock was heartbroken.{{r|Warlock and the Infinity Watch #29|33}}
   
However, a threat arrived from a different Universe. A threat called [[Rune (Earth-93060)|Rune]], a vampiric Dark God who managed to steal all of the gems from their guardians. Before Rune could become fully acquainted with his new-found might, the heroic Silver Surfer attacked him, spurred on by the Living Tribunal. The Surfer shattered Rune’s right hand, scattering all of the gems (save for the Soul Gem, which had alighted on Rune’s forehead.) and causing them to be lost into the other Universe beyond. The Infinity Watch then fell apart, having no gems to protect. Afterwards Warlock promptly left, searching the [[Earth-93060|Ultraverse]] for his Soul Gem, despite its betrayal.
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Division among the ranks of the Watch emerged when Moondragon was nearly killed in battle against [[Domitian (Earth-616)|Domitian]]. With Moondragon in a coma, and Drax not leaving her side, the Watch’s active members consisted only of Warlock, Pip, Gamora and Maxam. Tensions escalated once more when Maxam made an off-the-cuff joke about Gamora’s obvious “puppy love” for Warlock, which caused Gamora to get very angry. The two fought, and in the end, Gamora left the Watch due to Warlock’s wholehearted trust in Maxam. Warlock then gave the Time Gem to Maxam. The next day, Maxam would attack Warlock, but Warlock managed to defeat him, with the aid of the still telepathically active Moondragon. Warlock concluded that due to Maxam coming from a different time period, the Time Gem most likely triggered the memories of his past (the future) to return to him.
   
During his long search, Warlock was pulled into a gateway between our Universe, and the neighboring Ultraverse. He awoke, projected into the distant past, to discover a gathering of worshipers hailing him as their Messiah. In the weeks that followed he discovered that he was upon a vast construct called the [[Godwheel]], and in the presence of Warrior Priests of the Dilhaabi race who needed a savior to help them defeat a Dark God. This Dark God turned out to be the evil Rune himself. Soon, the hordes of Rune attacked, killing scores of the Warrior Priests, and turning the battle into a massacre. Rune and Warlock met on the field of battle and fought long into the night. Finally, Warlock fatigued, and Rune plunged his blade through Warlock’s chest, wounding him mortally. As Warlock lay dying, Rune attempted to drain his soul, but failed due to Warlock’s supreme astral control. Rune howled his frustration into the night, as Warlock died, and was promptly surrounded by his regenerative cocoon. He awoke…centuries later into the present of the Ultraverse, with new-found abilities that made up for the loss of his Soul Gem. After a few adventures in the Ultraverse (including an encounter with the dual-natured being called [[Erik Johnson & Noel Robinson (Earth-93060)|Gemini]]), Warlock soon found a gateway back into his Universe.
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Almost immediately, a threat arrived from a different Universe who managed to steal all of the gems from their guardians. The Infinity Watch then fell apart, having no gems to protect. Afterwards, Warlock promptly left to search for the Infinity Gems{{r|Warlock and the Infinity Watch #37|42}}
   
Eventually he found Soul Gem once more, but its effects on his personality became unpredictable, possibly because of their long separation. A short time later, Drax the Destroyer was accused of the murder of [[Elysius (Earth-616)|Elysius]] and several other individuals. Warlock, along with Gamora, Pip, and Genis, tracked Drax down and subdued him in time to find that the real culprit was the re-animated corpse of the original Captain Marvel. Using his Soul Gem, Warlock traced the being controlling the corpse, a creature within the [[Negative Zone]] known as [[Thomas Boyd (Earth-148611)|Syphon]] who was using the [[Nega-Bands]] as a conduit. Felled by a backlash of psychic energy, Warlock was unable to stop the transfer of the Nega-Bands to the unconscious Drax, who flew off into space. Warlock then gathered his allies and pursued Drax, finding that Syphon was using Drax and the bands to rip a portal into the Negative Zone, a portal which threatened the structure of our Universe. Summoning all of his strength, Warlock yanked Drax free and removed the Nega-Bands, causing the portal to shrink. But, before the portal could completely close, Syphon yanked Warlock into the negative zone, and in front of the audience of [[Blastaar (Earth-616)|Blastaar]] and [[Annihilus (Earth-616)|Annihilus]], Syphon took Warlock’s gem, and used it to re-open the portal. Warlock recovered, and fought back, but without his Soul Gem he had little chance of subduing both Blastarr and Annihilus before Syphon was successful. Fortunately, Drax arrived with Pip, Gamora, and Genis (who was once more possessor of the Nega-Bands) in tow. As his friends fought on, Warlock went on to damage Syphon’s conqueror wheel, thus closing the portal once more. Syphon attempted to use the Soul Gem to kill Warlock, but found his attack turned upon his own soul. He fought back long enough to flee his own body. Warlock again claimed the Soul Gem, feeling that it was his burden and his alone. That done, Warlock and his companions left the Negative Zone and returned to their Universe where they evidently parted ways once more.
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===There and Back Again===
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During his long search, Warlock was pulled into a gateway between our Universe, and the neighboring [[Earth-93060|Ultraverse]]. He awoke, projected into the distant past, to discover a gathering of worshipers hailing him as their Messiah. In the weeks that followed he discovered that he was upon a vast construct called the [[Godwheel]], and in the presence of Warrior Priests of the Dilhaabi race who needed a savior to help them defeat a vampiric Dark God called [[Rune (Earth-93060)|Rune]]. Soon, the hordes of Rune attacked, killing scores of the Warrior Priests, and turning the battle into a massacre. Rune and Warlock met on the field of battle and fought long into the night. Finally, Warlock fatigued, and Rune plunged his blade through Warlock’s chest, wounding him mortally. As Warlock lay dying, Rune attempted to drain his soul, but failed due to Warlock’s supreme astral control. Rune howled his frustration into the night, as Warlock died, and was promptly surrounded by his regenerative cocoon. He awoke…centuries later into the present of the Ultraverse, with new-found abilities that made up for the loss of his Soul Gem. After a few adventures in the Ultraverse (including an encounter with the dual-natured being called [[Erik Johnson & Noel Robinson (Earth-93060)|Gemini]]), Warlock soon found a gateway back into his Universe.{{r|Curse of Rune #4}}{{r|Rune: Infinity #1}}{{r|Rune Vol 2 #1|3}}{{r|Rune Vol 2 6|7}}{{r|Ultraverse Unlimited #1}}
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Eventually he found Soul Gem once more, but its effects on his personality became unpredictable, possibly because of their long separation. A short time later, Drax the Destroyer was accused of the murder of [[Elysius (Earth-616)|Elysius]] and several other individuals. Warlock, along with Gamora, Pip, and Genis, tracked Drax down and subdued him in time to find that the real culprit was the re-animated corpse of the original Captain Marvel. Using his Soul Gem, Warlock traced the being controlling the corpse, a creature within the [[Negative Zone]] known as [[Thomas Boyd (Earth-148611)|Syphon]] who was using the [[Nega-Bands]] as a conduit. Felled by a backlash of psychic energy, Warlock was unable to stop the transfer of the Nega-Bands to the unconscious Drax, who flew off into space. Warlock then gathered his allies and pursued Drax, finding that Syphon was using Drax and the bands to rip a portal into the Negative Zone, a portal which threatened the structure of our Universe. Summoning all of his strength, Warlock yanked Drax free and removed the Nega-Bands, causing the portal to shrink. But, before the portal could completely close, Syphon yanked Warlock into the negative zone, and in front of the audience of [[Blastaar (Earth-616)|Blastaar]] and [[Annihilus (Earth-616)|Annihilus]], Syphon took Warlock’s gem, and used it to re-open the portal. Warlock recovered, and fought back, but without his Soul Gem he had little chance of subduing both Blastarr and Annihilus before Syphon was successful. Fortunately, Drax arrived with Pip, Gamora, and Genis (who was once more possessor of the Nega-Bands) in tow. As his friends fought on, Warlock went on to damage Syphon’s conqueror wheel, thus closing the portal once more. Syphon attempted to use the Soul Gem to kill Warlock, but found his attack turned upon his own soul. He fought back long enough to flee his own body. Warlock again claimed the Soul Gem, feeling that it was his burden and his alone. That done, Warlock and his companions left the Negative Zone and returned to their Universe where they evidently parted ways once more.{{r|Warlock Vol 4 #1|4}}
   
 
===Infinity Abyss===
 
===Infinity Abyss===

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Derrick Richardson (Earth-616)


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| Creators = Jonathan Hickman; Brian Michael Bendis; Stefano Caselli
 
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| HistoryText = Killed by [[Eric Koenig]].
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| HistoryText = Derrick Richardson was an agent of H.A.M.M.E.R killed by [[Eric Koenig (Earth-616)|Eric Koenig]].{{r|Secret Warriors #5}}
   
 
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