LotRO Deeds & Virtues - Light Armor Edition

Minstrels, Lore-masters and Rune-keepers - the "caster" classes of LotRO - share a common set of needs when it comes to picking the right virtues. Here's your guide to deeding for your light-armor character to make him less squishy!

LotRO Deeds & Virtues - Light Armor Edition

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Light-armor users in the Lord of the Rings Online are all of the so-called
"caster" class - wielders of power beyond the simple physical
mechanics of sword-swinging and arrow-shooting. They're the ones
that keep the heavy-armor guys standing and the medium-armor
guys buffed up and looking good. The Lore-master
uses ancient knowledge of natural sciences and an inherent
empathy with living things to produce seemingly magical effects.
The Minstrel uses uplifting songs to cheer his
comrades to victory, and discordant cacophany to demoralize his
enemies. The Rune-keeper uses the power of
words to create vivid imagery that weakens the resolve of his
foes and strengthens the courage of his allies. While none of
this is, in the strictest sense, actual "magic," these classes
fill the same roles as healers and casters in other games.

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style="float: right; margin-left: 10px;" />These classes have
a set of common needs:

  • Since they are all tactical classes, Will
    and Fate are the bread and butter of this
    class. Will determines the character's maximum power pool and
    the effectiveness of their tactical skills. Fate contributes
    to tactical critical ratings and to in-combat power
    regeneration.
  • They are limited to light armor, which can make them rather
    fragile. Though they all have the ability to keep themselves
    standing with self-heals, they should almost never be anywhere
    near the front lines of battle. That job is for the
    meat-shields (see LotRO
    Deeds & Virtues - Heavy Armor Edition
    ). They do,
    however, need to absorb the occasional stray sword-blow, so a
    high Vitality score comes in handy.
  • Tactical critical rating effects both damaging and healing
    skills. A critical heal from a Minstrel can have just as
    profound an effect as a critical Epic Conclusion
    from a Rune-keeper. All three of these classes benefit from
    boosting Outgoing Healing Rating. These specific stats are
    usually found on gear rather than virtues.
  • Unlike medium-armor users (see LotRO
    Deeds & Virtues - Medium Armor Edition
    ),
    Might
    and Agility are relatively
    unimportant for these classes, though they both contribute to
    defensive capability. Minstrels may find more use for Might to
    increase their Block rating, and Rune-keepers may find more
    use for Agility, which increases Evade rating. Lore-masters
    actually have a couple of decent melee skills, so they might
    want to put a few more points in Might and Agility.

Minstrels, Rune-keepers and Lore-masters will all use
essentially the same virtues to increase their tactical
effectiveness. Despite their comparative fragility, all three
classes are capable of very high DPS, and the Minstrel and
Rune-keeper are strong solo classes. The Lore-master is not as
strong for solo play, and will most often use a pet as a tank,
focusing on a buffing and supportive role even while soloing.
Completing slayer deeds with these classes can be a bit of a
chore - at least until high levels when their AoE attacks start
to get fairly powerful. Fortunately, since most of the virtues
they need come from lore, exploration and quest-completion
deeds, they won't need to do a whole lot of slayer deeds.

Group Focus: Will and Fate

The obvious choice for these classes is to focus on tactical
effectiveness. Will determines the base size of the maximum
power pool, and also the magnitude of tactical skills. Fate
determines the critical chance of tactical skills, and also
contributes to in-combat power regeneration (ICPR). For group
content, these factors are of paramount importance - as a
healer, you want to consistently hit big numbers without zeroing
out on power during critical times, or the group will wipe. The
same goes for DPS and buffs - if you want to contribute to the
group's success, you don't want to burn out too fast.

Recommend: Wisdom, Idealism,
Confidence, Empathy

Solo Focus: Vitality and Morale

Because these classes are limited to light armor, which
provides very little in the way of defense, you may want a
little more "glass" to go with your "glass cannon." Beefing up
with extra morale and Vitality to soak up a beat-down will keep
you in the fight longer, and the boost to physical damage
mitigation from a high Vitality score means you'll be taking
less damage when the mobs get into melee range.

Recommend: Valour, Loyalty,
Justice, Honour

Balancing It Out: Defence and ICPR

Like the other classes, endgame "caster" gear is typically very
heavy on primary stats - Will and Fate - but leaves a gaping
hole in secondary considerations like physical defense.

Recommend: Compassion, Charity,
Patience, Innocence

For a complete list of virtues and their associated deeds,
see our Master

List.

Wisdom

Deed
Value
Where

to Go

A big boost to Will and
in-combat power regeneration will help overcome power
issues, plus it has a dash of resistance rating. Wisdom
comes from expansion of the mind - lore and exploration
deeds - and also senseless violence. (Top)
Bree: the Old Forest 1 Find PoI's in the Old Forest
Bree: Lore of the Cardolan Prince 1 Collect scraps of lore by looting corpses in the
Barrow-downs

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Ered Luin: Elf-ruins Exploration 1 Find PoIs in Ered Luin
Lone-lands: Weathertop Exploration 1 Find PoIs around Weathertop
North Downs: The Western Ruins 1 Find PoIs in the North Downs
Misty Mountains: The High Passes 1 Find PoIs in the Misty Mountains
Evendim: Invaders from Angmar 1 Kill bosses around Annuminas
Forochel: the Battle for Forochel 1 Find the battle camps in Forochel
Eregion: the Ruins of Eregion 1 Find PoIs in Eregion
Eregion: Warriors of the Enemy 1 Kill uruks in Tham Mirdain - School, Library or
Ring-forges
Moria: the Redhorn Lodes 1 Find PoIs in Redhorn Lodes
Moria: Glow-worm Slayer 1 Dark Delvings
Moria: Followers of Igash 1 Kill orcs in the Grand Stair
Moria: Orcs of the Sixteenth Hall 1 Rather self-explanatory
Dunland: Craban-slayer 1 The crazy hermit dude near Galtrev has lots of craban
pets

Idealism

Deed
Value
Where

to go

Lots of Fate means more
in-combat power regeneration and more critical hits,
plus it has extra resistance rating and a small boost to
Will. Idealism comes from a lot of lore-based deeds and
a little bit of killing. (Top)
Bree: the History of the Dunedain 1 Find stuff in the ruins around Bree-land
Bree: Flowers of the Old Forest 1 Find the flowers in the Old Forest

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Lone-lands: Tales of the Lonely Road (Final) 2 Do lots of quests in the Lone-lands
Trollshaws: Deeds in the Wilderness (Final) 2 Do lots of quests in the Trollshaws
Angmar: Marching into Shadow (Advanced) 1 Do lots of quests in Angmar
Forochel: Gauradan-slayer 1 The battle camps at Hylje-leiri, Norsu-leiri,
Pynti-leiri and Karhu-leiri
Eregion: Soldiers of the Enemy 1 Orcs in Tham Mirdain
Moria: Heart of the Enemy 1 Bosses in Fil Gashan
Moria: Leaders of the Hive 1 Bosses of Skumfil
Moria: Wanderer of the Central Levels 1 Do lots of quests in the Central Levels
Moria: Western Durin's Way 1 Find PoIs in Western Durin's Way
Dunland: Exploring Trum Dreng 1 Find PoIs in Trum Dreng
Dunland: Deeds of Dunland 1 Meta-deed: complete Explorer, Quests and Slayer of
Dunland deeds
Dunland: Orc-slayer 1 Southeast Dunland and the Gap of Rohan

Confidence

Deed
Value
Where

to Go

The slice of Will, along with
a healthy dose of Resistance rating and ICPR, makes this
an ideal choice for the caster-type classes. Seeing more
of the world makes a person feel more confident, and
later on, so does killing stuff. (Top)
Ered Luin: Rath Teraig Exploration 1 Find POIs in Rath Teraig, the valley south of Gondamon
North Downs: Strongholds Exploration 1 Find ruins in North Downs

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Lone-lands: the Grimfens 1 Find POIs in Harloeg
Lone-lands: Garth Agarwen Exploration 1 Find POIs in Garth Agarwen, including spots inside the
three instances
Misty Mountains: Where Giants Dwell 1 Find POIs in the Giant Halls

Angmar: The Road To War 2 Follow the road from
Aughaire to Carn Dum, discovering the POIs along the way
Angmar: the Angmarim of Carn Dum 1 Kill many Angmarim in Carn Dum over the course of
several runs
Forochel: Angmarim-slayer 1 Kill Angmarim at the Ironspan
Eregion: Silent and Restless (Advanced) 1 Do lots of quests in Eregion
Moria: Troll-slayer 1 The trolls in the Moria instances count for this deed
- run the Grand Stair many times.
Moria: the Cliffs of Zirakzigil 1 Find POIs in Zirakzigil
Enedwaith: Mysteries of Enedwaith 1 Complete quests in Enedwaith
Enedwaith: Wolf and Shadow-wolf Slayer 1 The Black Dens
Dunland: Quests in Trum Dreng 1 Do lots of quests in Trum Dreng
Dunland: Warg-slayer 1 Howling Caverns in Pren
Gwydh, or the Hound's Rest in Starkmoor

Empathy

Deed
Value
Where

to Go

A good chunk of Fate helps to
score more critical hits, and the bump to Armour Value
and Resistance Rating makes the character less squishy
overall. Largely achieved by quest-completion deeds. (

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Bree: Bree-land Adventurer 1 Complete quests in Bree-land
Shire: Life of a Bounder (Advanced) 1 Complete quests in the Shire

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North Downs: Of Glories Long Past 1 Complete quests in the North Downs
Misty Mountains: Peril of the Mountains (Advanced) 1 Complete quests in the Misty Mountains
Angmar: Marching into Shadow (Final) 2 Complete quests in Angmar
Angmar: the Dead that
Live
1 Defeat the dead in Barad
Gularan - requires several runs
Forochel: Forochel Survivor 1 Complete quests in Forochel
Eregion: Silent and Restless (Final) 1 Complete quests in Eregion
Moria: Warrior of the Shadows 1 Complete quests in the Deeps of Moria
Moria: Exemplar of the Central Levels 1 Complete quests in the Central Levels
Moria: Beasts of the Grand Stair 1 Kill the wargs in Grand Stair - can be done in one run
by resetting the warg boss many times
Moria: Eyes of the Enemy 1 Orc-skirmishers in Fil Gashan
Mirkwood: Warg-slayer 1 Maudhul-ulur in Mirk-eaves
Dunland: Explorer of Dunland 1 Complete all 10 exploration deeds in Dunland
Dunland: Exploring Nan Curunir 1 Find POIs in Nan Curunir
Dunland: Half-orc
Slayer
1 The camp south of the
Watch-tower in Trum Dreng

Valour

Deed
Value
Where

to Go

There's simply no arguing
against the big chunk of morale that this virtue adds.
Extra non-combat morale regeneration means less downtime
between fights, and there's a sniff of Might thrown in
for flavor. Be ready to kill a lot of orcs, goblins,
trolls and worms. (Top)
Bree-land: Orc-slayer 1 Any of the orc camps north of Bree
Shire: Goblin-slayer 1 The goblin camps in the Greenfields area

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Ered Luin: Troll-kicker 1 Sarnur - the trolls in the main part are easiest
Lone-lands: Goblin-slayer 1 Minas Eriol
Lone-lands: Orc-slayer 1 The ruins across the road from Ost Guruth
Trollshaws: Worm-slayer 1 Cirith Ulunn
Misty Mountains: Troll-slayer 1 The loop in the southwest Giant Halls
Angmar: the Trolls of Urugarth 1 Urugarth, right at the front
Angmar: Worm-slayer 1 Salgaite
Angmar: the Champions of Carn Dum (Final) 1 Bosses in Carn Dum
Moria: Spider-slayer 1 Skumfil
Moria: Worm-slayer 2 Tanunshush in the Flaming Deeps
Moria: the Foundations of Stone 1 Find PoIs in the Foundations of Stone
Lothlorien: City of the Lord and Lady 1 Find PoIs in Calas Galadhon
Mirkwood: Evil Strongholds of Mirkwood 1 Find PoIs in Mirkwood

Loyalty

Deed
Value
Where

to Go

This one is good for any class
because of the big boost to Vitality. The extra power
and increased armor value help also. Loyalty is largely
earned by doing lots of quests and exploring, but there
are a few slayer-type deeds as well. (Top)
Bree-land: Bree-land Adventurer (Final) 2 Complete 45 quests in Bree-land
North Downs: Of Glories Long Past (Final) 2 Complete 45 quests in North Downs

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Trollshaws: Deeds in the Wilderness (Advanced) 1 Complete 20 quests in the Trollshaws
Evendim: The City of Kings 1 Find 8 PoIs in Annuminas
Angmar: Marching Into Shadow 1 Complete 10 quests in Angmar
Angmar: The City of Orcs 1 Find PoIs in Urugarth
Eregion: Craban-slayer 1 The Roosting Tree in Pend Eregion
Moria: Nud-melek 2 Find PoIs in Nud-melek
Moria: the Hounds of Skumfil 1 Cave-claws and deep-claws in Skumfil; running the
Minstrel class quest a few times helps, otherwise you'll
be here a while
Moria: Villains of the Grand Stair (Part 2) 1 Kill the last 4 bosses of the Grand Stair (Beast,
Beast Tamer, Nardur, Igash)
Mirkwood: Into the Black and Twisted Forest 1 Complete 10 quests in Southern Mirkwood
Dunland: Beast-slayer 1 Beasts are everywhere in Dunland, but the ones in the
north are easiest

Justice

Deed
Value
Where

to Go

Dispensing frontier justice to
the villains of Middle-earth is a real morale-booster,
and so is the Virtue. A good chunk of morale, and both
in-combat and non-combat morale regeneration are your
reward. Justice deeds are mostly of the slayer type. (

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Bree: Brigand-slayer 1 Ruins in Chetwood
Shire: Brigand-slayer 1 Narrowcleeve in Green Hill Country

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Ered Luin: Brigand-slayer 1 Brigands in Ered Luin are of the Dourhand variety -
Kheledul is a good place for this.
Ered Luin: Betrayer's Bane 1 Dourhands in Sarnur in the main chamber
North Downs: Orc-slayer 1 Orc camps west of Esteldin
Misty Mountains: Warg-slayer 1 Caldwell Pool
Evendim: Goblin-slayer 1 Tum Fuin, north of Ost Forod
Angmar: Angmarim-slayer 1 Fasach-falroid and Donnvail
Eregion: Half-orc Slayer 1 Barad Morlas, the ruins west of Echad Eregion
Eregion: The Pale Followers 1 Lots of Pale Folk in the Library of Tham Mirdain -
several runs required
Moria: Goblin-slayer 1 Gamil Filik in Silvertine Lodes
Moria: Strength of the Enemy 1 Orc-fighters in Fil Gashan - several runs required
Moria: The Corpse-beasts of Skumfil 1 Kergrim in Skumfil - several runs required
Mirkwood: Sorcerer-slayer 1 Sad Doldur, Minas Gil
Enedwaith: Half-orc Slayer 1 Prowling the hills between Lhanuch and Harndirion
Dunland: Quests in the Dunbog 1 Do all the quests in the Dunbog

Honour

Deed
Value
Where

to Go

A purely defensive virtue for
goin up against caster-type enemies, Honour helps resist
attacks and long-term effects, and mitigates some damage
caused by tactical attacks, plus adds a bit of Vitality.
At first, you earn Honour by slaying bugs and critters,
but as you wind your way through Middle-earth, more is
expected of Honourable men, and the mobs get bigger and
tougher. (Top)
Bree-land: Spider-slayer 1 The tunnels in Archet
Shire: Spider-slayer 1 The quarry in Scary

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North Downs: Worm-slayer 1 The western passage to Ram Duath. Fornost also has
worms, but they're elites.
Lone-lands: Spider-slayer 1 Amon Ros, just west of Ost Guruth
Misty Mountains: Worm-slayer 1 Writhenbores, South High Pass
Evendim: Giant-slayer 1 Amon Moth, up in the
hills southwest of the Eavespires
Angmar: the Orcs of Urugarth 1 Orcs in Urugarth. Requires several runs
Angmar: Uruk-slayer 1 Mor Maudhul, or the ones in Carn Dum and Urugarth
Angmar: the Orcs of Carn Dum 1 Orcs in Carn Dum; requires several runs
Eregion: Dunlending-slayer 1 Porth Cadlus
Moria: In the Fooststeps of the Fellowship 2 Follow Frodo's path through Moria
Lothlorien: Wanderer of the Golden Wood 1 Complete lots of quests in Lothlorien
Enedwaith: Mysteries of Enedwaith (Final) 1 Complete lots of quests in Enedwaith
Dunland: Exploring the Dunbog 1 Find POIs in the Dunbog
Dunland: Quests in the
Gravenwood
1 Complete lots of quests
in the Gravenwood
Dunland:

Tracking an Old Goat

1 When you first get the
whistle to summon Andreg, focus only on his quests, and
don't turn in the "Dark and Lonely Forest" until you've
done the other 6, which he assigns more or less randomly
as you travel through the woods. Once you turn in "Dark
and Lonely Forest," Andreg unsummons and you can't
complete the deed if you haven't finished the other
quests already.

Compassion

Deed
Value
Where

to Go

An excellent tanking-type
virtue with outstanding physical mitigation. Tactical
mitigation and non-combat power regeneration are nice
extras. Compassion is another one that is mainly earned
by questing and exploration. (Top)
Shire: the Life of a Bounder 1 Complete lots of quests in the Shire - mail and pies!
Ered Luin: Defender of Ered Luin 1 Complete lots of quests in Ered Luin

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Lone-lands: Tales of the Lonely Road (Advanced) 1 Complete lots of quests in the Lone-lands
Misty Mountains: Peril of the Mountains 1 Complete lots of quests in the Misty Mountains
Evendim: Wanderer of Evendim 1 Complete lots of quests in
Evendim

Evendim: Warden of Evendim 1
Angmar: Allies of the Enemy 1 Kill many hillmen in Barad Gularan over the course of
several runs
Forochel: Forochel Pioneer 1 Do lots of quests in Forochel
Eregion: Silent and Restless (Advanced) 1 Do lots of quests in Eregion
Eregion: Invaders of Tham Mirdain (Complete) 1 Kill bosses in the Library, School and Ring-forges of
Tham Mirdain (meta-deed)
Moria: Adventurer of the Upper Levels 1 Do lots of quests in the Upper Levels
Moria: Globsnaga-slayer 1 Foundations of Stone
Moria: Brutes of the Grand Stair 1 Trolls in the Grand Stair
Mirkwood: Orc and Uruk-slayer 1 Lots of Orcs and Uruks in the Mirkeaves area
Dunland: Exploring Pren Gwydh 1 Find PoIs in Pren Gwydh
Dunland: Slayer of
Dunland
1 Complete all 9 slayer
deeds in Dunland - you only need the title deeds to
complete meta-deeds

Charity

Deed
Value
Where

to Go

This is a good tanking virtue
- big resistance and physical mitigation, and non-combat
power regeneration for less downtime between fights.
Charity is mainly earned by completing many quests and
exploration. (Top)
Bree-land: Bree-land Adventurer (Advanced) 1 Do lots of quests in Bree-land
Ered Luin: Ally of Ered Luin 1 Do lots of quests in Ered Luin

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Ered Luin: Hero of Ered Luin 2
North Downs: Of Glories Long Past (Advanced) 1 Do lots of quests in the North Downs
Lone-lands: Tales of the Lonely Road 1 Do lots of quests in the Lone-lands
Angmar: the Minions of Wisdan (Advanced) 1 Defeat many Angmarim in Barad Gularan - requires
several runs
Forochel: Forochel Expeditionary 1 Do many quests in Forochel
Eregion: Silent and Restless (Intermediate) 1 Do many quests in Eregion
Moria: Deep Delver 1 Do many quests in the Moria Deeps
Moria: Defilers of the Forgotten Treasury 1 Kill many defilers in the Forgotten Treasury -
requires several runs
Moria: Hero of the Upper Levels 1 Do lots of quests in the Upper Levels
Moria: The Vile Maw 1 Defeat the Watcher in the Water in Book II Volume 1,
Book II Volume 4 and the Vile Maw instance
Enedwaith: Mysteries of Enedwaith (Intermediate) 1 Do lots of quests in Enedwaith
Dunland: Exploring the Starkmoor 1 Find PoIs in the Starkmoor
Dunland: Quests of Dunland 1 Complete all 10 quest-completion deeds in Dunland
Dunland: Goblin-slayer 1 Kill many goblins

Patience

Deed
Value
Where

to Go

This one is easy to overlook,
but the boost to ICPR, resistance rating and physical
mitigation makes it worth considering for a lot of
different classes, particularly when one expects long,
drawn-out battles. As one might expect from the name,
the way to earn Patience is to grit your teeth and
buckle down - do all the deliveries in the Shire, find
out-of-the-way Points of Interest and power through
loads of quests, no matter how aggravating they may be.
(Top)
Bree: the Ruins of Bree-land 1 Find POIs in Bree-land
Bree: the Barrow-downs 1 Find POIs in the Barrow-downs

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Shire: No Place for Spoiled Pies 1 Recover all the spoiled pies and deliver them back to
Holly Hornblower in Hobbiton
Shire: Restoring the Quick Post 1 Deliver all the letters for the Post-masters in the
Shire
Ered Luin: Places of the Dwarves 1 Find Dwarf-specific POIs in Ered Luin
Evendim: Wilds of Evendim 1 Find POIs in Evendim
Angmar: the Beasts of Urugarth 1 Kill many beasts in Urugarth; requires several runs
Angmar: the Trolls of Carn Dum 1 Kill many trolls in Carn Dum; requires several runs
Forochel: Ancient Stones of Forochel 1 Find Dwarf structures in Forochel
Eregion: Dens of the Beasts 1 Find lairs throughout Eregion
Moria: Carriers of the Blight 1 Kill many crawlers in the Sixteenth Hall; requires
several runs
Moria: Nameless-slayer 1 Foundations of Stone
Enedwaith: Mysteries of Enedwaith (Advanced) 1 Complete many quests in Enedwaith
Dunland: Slayer of the Dead 1 Bonevales

Innocence

Deed
Value
Where

to Go

Innocence is a twin of
Compassion - big physical mitigation and a smidgen of
tactical mitigation, plus a healthy does of resistance
rating. (Top)

Shire: Life of a Bounder (Final) 2 Deliver every letter and pie in the Shire
Trollshaws: Deeds in the Wilderness 1 Do lots of quests in the Trollshaws

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Misty Mountains: Peril of the Mountains (Final) 2 Do lots of quests in the Misty Mountains
Evendim: Pilgrim of Evendim 1 Do lots of quests in Evendim
Evendim: Leaders of the Invasion (Advanced) 1 Kill the bosses of the Annuminas instances
Angmar: Ancient Evil of Carn Dum 1 Kill morroval and such in Carn Dum
Moria: Stalwart of the Central Levels 1 Do lots of quests in the Central Levels
Moria: Defender of the Upper Levels 1 Do lots of quests in the Upper Levels
Moria: Morroval-slayer 2 Eastern Durin's Way
Moria: Legends of the Deep 1 Do lots of quests in the Moria Deeps
Moria: the Horrors with Many Legs 1 Gredbyg in Skumfil - requires several runs
Lothlorien: Orc-slayer 1 The orc camps northwest of Cerin Amroth
Dunland: Exploring the Bonevales 1 Find PoIs in the Bonevales
Dunland: Quests in Carreglyn 1 Do all the quests in the Bonevales


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