Best New Monster High Dolls in 2017 for the Young Divas

It’s no secret that Mattel has the Midas’ touch when it comes to things that children will enjoy. This helped them become one of the biggest multinational manufacturing company in the world. They’re now known for producing tons of different products for your child’s entertainment, comfort, and safety.

This is why it shouldn’t come as a surprise that they continue to create new products that kids go crazy for. One great example is the Monster High franchise.

Monster High is a fashion doll franchise launched by Mattel in 2010. It may be a young line but it’s easily one of the most popular nowadays. It presents a sharp contrast to traditional fashion dolls available today as Monster High has a gothic theme to it. With its characters being descendants of monsters, ghouls, and other legendary creatures of the night, these dolls aren’t exactly the most jovial and cookie-cutter.

As the franchise has quite a few characters in its lineup, your child can take a pick from many dolls to play with. Since there are also a number of boy characters in the franchise, even young boys might find playing with these dolls highly enjoyable. After growing up playing with dolls, I find these twenty to have the greatest potentials at being the most fun and enjoyable dolls to play with.

New Monster High Dolls - Best Models to Buy

1. Frights. Camera. Action! Elissabat Doll

Suitable for: 6 to 12-Year-Olds

Elissabat is one of the most famous new characters in the Monster High franchise after starring in the ninth Monster High TV special, “Frights. Camera. Action!” Being the newly crowned Vampire Queen and the movie star known as Veronica Von Vamp, she’s easily one of the coolest girls on the block. She’s courageous, a go-getter, and decisive, making her a queen worthy of her title. It also doesn’t hurt that she’s BFFs with one of the original characters, Draculaura.

Gorgeous in her long black and purple mane, puffy and ruffle-y corset dress, and tall black boots, the Elissabat doll also comes with her diary and signature brush. A silver hand trophy that she received for her riveting performance for one of her movies also comes with this set. Your little one can spend hours styling her hair, re-enacting her acceptance speech, or even reading her diary.

What’s Great About It - This doll comes with great accessories that add further characterization to Elissabat. Her diary is an excellent extra that can help your kid learn more about Elissabat and her story. Said to contain details that the tabloids will love, it has more information in how the Vampire Queen deals with her fame and responsibility. Of course, they can also enjoy make-believe play with this doll, allowing their creativity and imagination to soar. If your kid enjoyed the “Frights. Camera. Action!” TV special, then this Elissabat doll is a good addition to their Monster High collection.

2. Frights. Camera. Action! Viperine Gorgon Doll

Suitable for: 6 to 12-Year-Olds

Viperine Gorgon, like Elissabat, is another new character in the Monster High franchise. She first appeared in the “Frights. Camera. Action!” TV special. Viperine is actually a makeup artist who works with her friend Elissabat as Veronica Von Vamp. She also helped Draculaura and the gang to locate Elissabat.

Viperine also has a very colorful lineage. As the daughter of the gorgon Stheno, she’s actually the niece of the famous Medusa. Being a gorgon doesn’t hold her back from being able to transform anyone into a “boo-tiful mon-star.”

This Viperine Gorgon doll comes with a signature brush and a makeup kit that contains a makeup palette and a makeup brush that she can easily hold in her hand.

What’s Great About It - There are lots of things a little girl will love about Viperine. For one, her pale pink hair and knee-high boots are just too chic. Her reptilian tiara adds more charm to her character as well.

But what I like the most about her is her makeup kit. The fact that she can actually wield a makeup brush in her hand adds a really nice touch to the doll. This can allow your kid to enjoy her character even more. With most kids today getting more exposed to beauty gurus and experts online, it can be nice to have a doll to represent the burgeoning industry that little kids may aspire to be a part of when they grow up.

3. Boo York Gala Ghoulfriends Luna Mothews Doll

Suitable for: 6 to 12-Year-Olds

From the “Boo York, Boo York” TV special, the Luna Mothews doll is a part of the Gala Ghoulfriends line. This line features Luna, Mouscedes King, and Elle Eedee in their fiercest outfits to celebrate the much-awaited passing of the Crystal Comet in the city of Boo York. 

Luna is the daughter of the Moth Man. Like a true Boo Yorker, she works in a pizza parlor and is very fashionable that she was able to help out the Monster High ghouls to shop for their Crystal Comet viewing clothes.

What’s Great About It - This Monster High Luna Mothews doll is possibly one of the fanciest in the range as the doll is adorned in such extravagant clothing. This doll is clad in a fancy, gothic, and billowing high-low, corset dress with a pair of butterfly wings in pink and black. Completing the look is a metallic copper headdress that’s shaped like a pair of moth wings. Her dramatic, goth makeup and intricately designed silver boots add more glamor to her outfit. 

I particularly love the over-the-top styling in the Boo York Gala Ghoulfriends line. The dolls in this line is just ready to out-fierce each other in one of the most extravagant “skull-ebrations” in the monster world, so it shouldn’t be surprising to find these dolls dressed to the nines. Getting this doll, in particular, can be a good option for your kid as well as it can introduce them to the colorful world of fashion. It might also encourage them to be more expressive with their styling choices.

​4. Boo York City Schemes Catty Noir Doll

Suitable for: 6 to 12-Year-Olds

With a musical like “Boo York, Boo York,” it’s just natural to get a pop star to lead the cast. And for that, Monster High has Catty Noir.

Daughter of the Werecats, Catty is a stylish pop star that has run out of ideas for her next song in the TV special. on what to write for her next song.

She was bent to find inspiration for her next song and was given the chance to visit Boo York with her classmates. Here, she meets Pharaoh, who helps her find inspiration for her new song.

What’s Great About It - Like the other dolls in the Boo York lines, Catty is also dressed to the nines for the Crystal Comet’s passing. Wearing a shiny purple dress and a grandiose top with large, butterfly sleeves that befits a pop star.

Adding feminine touches to her look are her matching purse, heels, and cat ears headband in bright teal. Catty’s style is one of the most refined and elegant in the bunch, in my opinion. Her black skin is also an excellent touch to her character as it helps her stand out.

​5. Freak du Chic Gooliope Jellington Doll

Suitable for: 6 to 12-Year-Olds

As Monster High is open to all kinds of freaky characters, it shouldn’t come as a surprise to find an actual circus freak in their midst.

Gooliope Jellington grew up in the circus where she fits in perfectly, despite her towering height and unique features. She’s a perfect fit at Monster High as well since everyone there is also unique in their own way.

A part of the Freak du Chic line, Gooliope Jellington first appeared in the Freak du Chic webisodes where she helped Frankie and the other “ghouls” to do a circus-themed fundraiser for the school.

What’s Great About It- True to her character in the franchise, this Gooliope Jellington doll is made to be tall. She measures 17 inches, making her 4 inches taller than the other Monster High dolls.

This makes her a nice character to introduce to kids who doesn’t look like their peers. Tall kids will love Gooliope Jellington, not only because they can relate to her, but also because of her friendliness.

​6. Freaky Fusion Sirena von Boo Doll

Suitable for: 6 to 12-Year-Olds

What’s a fantastic series for kids without a mermaid? Not Monster High! This Sirena von Boo doll is a testament to the diverse characters included in the franchise as Sirena is a half-mermaid, half-ghost. She’s a part of the Freaky Fusion – Hybrids line, alongside Avea Trotter and Bonita Femur.

Being a half-mermaid gives Sirena a beautiful silver and black fishtail instead of legs. She jazzes up her look by wearing chains over her tail and a lace asymmetric top with a black mesh detail. She’s also all about the accessories with her flowing bracelets, stacked necklaces, and dangling earrings.

What’s Great About It-  Sirena is one of the most decorated dolls in the Monster High series, so kids will surely love her. The fact that she’s a mermaid also ups her charm.

What I particularly like about her, though, is that her styling takes mermaid beauty up a notch. I love that her fishtail chains are removable, so your little one can be creative dressing her up and playing with her.

7. Freaky Fusion Neighthan Rot Doll

Suitable for: 6 to 15-Year-Olds

Another addition to the Freaky Fusion line is the Neighthan Rot Doll. This doll is one of the boys in the series, Neighthan Rot, who is half-unicorn, half-zombie. He has a rainbow-colored hair, a colorful outfit, as well as unicorn horn and ears. He first appeared in the tenth TV special, Freaky Fusion.

What’s Great About It-  The Freaky Fusion line features a series of hybrids of different creatures. This makes Neighthan one of the more unique characters in the franchise.

A half-zombie, half-unicorn boy has been unheard of before Neighthan, so it can be an excellent way to introduce new concepts to your little one.

​8. Haunted Student Spirits Kiyomi Haunterly Doll

Suitable for: 6 to 15-Year-Olds

Haunted is easily one of the most exciting movies from the Monster High series as it is filled with exciting twists and important lessons to learn.

This is also where Kiyomi Haunterly first appeared, being the ghost that haunts Draculaura and the very one who sends the gang back to the monster world to escape the clutches of the evil Principal Revenant.

Daughter of the Japanese yokai, Noppera-bo (faceless ghost), Kiyomi is a ghost that can change her skin’s colors to convey what she feels. This doll may not be capable of doing so, but her skin has a very nice translucent look to it, so she still looks perfectly ghostly.

What’s Great About It- I just can’t get enough of Kiyomi’s accessories. They’re all structured so they add a stark contrast to her ethereal features. I love her fringed chain belt as it can stand on its own, giving her a floating appearance.

​9. New Scaremester Gigi Grant Doll

Suitable for: 6 to 12-Year-Olds

Making her debut in the eighth TV special, 13 Wishes, Gigi Grant is an interesting character in the Monster High series. Being the daughter of the Genie, she’s lived most of her life inside a lamp.

She only goes out to grant wishes, so she’s been craving for friendship most of her life. As Gigi was released from the lamp, her shadow sister, Djinni “Whisp”, was released with her as well. Whisp also got all of Gigi’s powers, so Gigi is now unburdened to grant wishes. This allows her to attend Monster High.

What’s Great About It-  Color-blocking is Gigi’s thing so you can expect to find her in striking bold hues. From her hair to her clothes and accessories, she’s just very colorful.

​10. Haunted Student Spirits Porter Geiss Doll

Another character that debuted in the Monster High Haunted movie is Porter Geiss. Son of a poltergeist, Porter is a ghost that goes to Haunted High. He crosses paths with the Monster High gang when they traveled to the ghost world to find what’s been causing Draculaura’s hauntings. Porter will help the Monster High ghouls to find the answers they need and even put a stop to the abusive conditions in Haunted High.

With a character that’s a notorious vandal, this Porter Geiss doll has two cans of ghost spray paint attached to his chain holsters. He also has a chain belt, which is pretty much a standard for Haunted High students as they are used to enforce detention.

What’s Great About It - If I have to choose a single thing I like the most about this doll, it would be its attention to detail. Porter’s clothes are paint streaked, which is just expected from a street artist. His shoes and accessory brush are also made of translucent material, giving him an even more ghostly look and feel.

​11. Freaky Field Trip Clawdeen Wolf Doll

Suitable for: 6 to 15-Year-Olds

Being one of the original characters of Monster High, Clawdeen Wolf gets to have a few different doll versions. The Freaky Field Trip Clawdeen Wolf Doll is one of them and is touted as the budget option.

The Freaky Field Trip line didn’t really appear in any episode, special, or movie but it is composed of three dolls that are dressed for an educational trip. Their outfits have elements to where the characters are going. In Clawdeen’s case, she’s off to the Unnatural History Museum.

What’s Great About It-  While the Freaky Field Trip Clawdeen Wolf Doll is one of the most low-key dolls in the range, it’s still a great choice for a child who loves the franchise. The little details in this range is fantastic and I particularly love the skeleton arm cuff Clawdeen is accessorized with here. She also comes with a skull fossil, which perfectly sends the message that she visited a natural history museum.

12. Great Scarrier Reef Glowsome Ghoulfish Toralei Doll

Suitable for: 6 to 15-Year-Olds

With a fantastical storyline, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the Monster High ghouls will be turned into mermaids at some point.

This happens in the Great Scarrier Reef special as the Monster High ghouls and Gil Weber were turned into mermaids after Toralei and Lagoona got into a fight. The only way to turn them back was for Lagoona to face her ultimate fear so she can also help save her seabed flower from dying.

This Toralei doll is an excellent take on the character’s mermaid look. Because she’s a werecat, she retained her tiger-like orange coloring with black streaks on her tail and wings. This is one of the twelve official Toralei dolls.

What’s Great About It - Aside from offering a whole new look to Toralei, the fact that this Glowsome Ghoulfish series doll glows in the dark makes it a great purchase for anyone who loves Monster High. As it’s also a mix of a cat, a fish, and a werewolf will really get your child’s imagination running.

​13. Haunted Student Spirits Vandala Doubloons Doll

Suitable for: 6 to 15-Year-Olds

A great friend who also happens to have a ride is always great to have around, especially if you like to embark on adventures with the gang.

This makes Vandala Doubloons a great supporting character in the Monster High Haunted movie as she happens to be a ghost pirate with her own ship. Not only was she able to help out the Monster High ghouls manage their ghost forms, but she has always been willing to transport them.

What’s Great About It- Sporting a “nautical boho chic” look, Vandala got her ghost pirate style down to pat. Her accessories are all lovely, especially the intricately designed pink ribcage chest piece with epulets. Her floppy beach hat with a pirate ship piece also gives a feminine touch to the traditional pirate look. Her oversized weathered anchor purse further adds pirate-y chicness to her look. 

But what blew me away is her peg leg. As you may notice, one of her legs doesn’t have the same coloring as her entire body. This is a peg leg that you can actually pop off! What’s even better is that the leg is tooled, offering an elegant design to Vandala’s look. Vandala’s overall look is completely artistic and loaded with so many details. It’s gorgeous and can trigger your little one’s creativity. Not a lot of dolls has a peg leg that can come off as well, so it can be a great tool in teaching new concepts to your kid.

​14. Jane Boolittle Doll

Suitable for: 6 to 12-Year-Olds

A lot of the students at Monster High likes animal and even owns pets but they don’t understand animals as well as Jane Boolittle does. Introduced in the webisode “Who’s the Boo Girl?”, Jane Boolittle is of an unknown species.

She grew up in the jungle and has been found and adopted later on by the legendary Dr. Boolittle. This makes her more comfortable around animals, even being capable of actually talking and understanding them. She’s awful at social interactions with peers, however, as she’s not used to be around others like her.

Being an animal lover, Jane has a constant companion known as Needles the voodoo sloth. With visible stitchings on his joints, Needles is believed to be either a stuffed undead or a living doll.

This Jane Boolittle doll is a part of the Self-Standing Signature line. There are two other dolls available of this character where Jane is stylized in different manners.

What’s Great About It- Jane Boolittle may be a shy character but it doesn’t mean she’s boring. This doll comes with a Needles figurine and a skull-tipped walking stick that doubles as a pen. The pointed end of her walking stick has a removable cap to expose a purple felt-tip pen. I also love how Jane has been styled.

It has an Amazonian feel to it with her feathered shoulder pieces, mismatched tooth and feathers earrings, and stacked necklaces. Her slightly mismatched heels are lovely as well. The left shoe has a snake winding up the leg, while the right one has bands with rivets and feathers.

​15. Boo York Gala Ghoulfriends Mouscedes King Doll

Suitable for: 6 to 12-Year-Olds

Another fierce Boo Yorker is Mouscedes King, daughter of the famous Rat King. She’s practically a Boo York royalty as her family is said to have built the city from the ground up. This “it” ghoul loves shopping and hunting for sales. She also loves planning parties.

With two Mouscedes King dolls in the franchise, the Gala Ghoulfriends doll is the glammed up version of Mouscedes. As this line is tied up with the “Boo York, Boo York” special, Mouscedes is wearing a lavish outfit for the historic passing of the Crystal Comet and the celebrations that go with the event.

What’s Great About It-  Aside from her chic pale pink hair and glittery gray skin, her overbite is something I especially adore. It seems natural for a mouse-ghoul, it can be a “flaw” a lot of kids can relate to. 

Of course, her outfit is also on point and perfect for her socialite standing. Her high-low, v-neck dress in gold and black is equal parts edgy and elegant. Accentuated with a gray winged shoulder piece, she’s all sugar and spice.

I also love her heels with a large rat king design. To complete her look, she has a turquoise tiara which befits a mouse princess of her stature and a matching waist piece with dropping crystal.

​16. Draculaura Collector Doll

Suitable for: 6 to 15-Year-Olds

Draculaura is one of the original six characters of Monster High, so she definitely owns a spot in this list. Being the very reason why the Monster High exists, Draculaura is the adopted daughter of Dracula, also known as the founder of Monster High. She’s bright, ambitious, and accepting, making her one of the friendliest ghouls in the campus.

Designed to be put on display, you should expect this doll to be totally fancy. It’s also exclusively available on Amazon.com.

What’s Great About It- This Collector edition doll is a step up from the other lines as it has additional detailing that you can’t find elsewhere. It’s a bit taller than the others and with an extra articulation point on the chest area. She also has molded on fangs and rooted eyelashes, adding more dimension to the doll.

Her eyes are glazed and her lips are shiny as well, making this edition look more expensive and detailed than the others. Dressed in a pink and black mermaid cut dress with a spider web-styled cape, Draculaura looks stunningly macabre chic in this edition. Her look is softened by the embroidery at the front of her bodice and layers of tulle with a crochet overlay on her skirt. 

Being a collector’s item, this doll glams it out. Draculaura is accessorized with a spiderweb top hat, a black and white striped bowtie, and a pink umbrella that can actually be opened and used by the doll.

​17. Freaky Fusion Avea Trotter Doll

Suitable for: 6 to 15-Year-Olds

Part of the Freaky Fusions-Hybrids line is this Avea Trotter doll. It features the stylish half-harpy, half-centaur monster that is friends with other hybrids: Sirena von Boo, Neighthan Rot, and Bonita Femur. This doll is easily posable and can stand on her own four legs.

What’s Great About It- Clad in equestrian “haunt” couture, the Avea doll is styled in a mix of a performing equine and competing equestrian at the same time. Her layered, preppy-posh tops are accessorized with a black belt that attaches to the bridle and reins are very stylish.

She also has leg warmers on and a pair of gloves. Completing her outfit is her top hat. What I love the most about Avea is her gorgeous eye makeup that’s more like art than just regular makeup. It’s red, pink, and green colorings are in stark contrast with her green and black wings but both have feather designs, which helps tie her look together.

​18. Travel Scaris Rochelle Goyle Doll

Suitable for: 6 to 15-Year-Olds

Even the monsters are drawn in by the beauty and glamor of the most romantic city on the planet, so off to Scaris they go in Scaris: City of Frights. This TV special has created the Scaris: City of Frights line, which features ten dolls with their travel essentials and two accompanying playsets. This Rochelle Goyle doll is a part of the set, and although the character is actually from Scaris, she’s still equipped with a chick gray and pink luggage.

The daughter of gargoyles, Rochelle is a Scaris native who traveled to Scaremerica to attend Monster High. In the TV special where this doll edition is from, she travels back to her home city to accompany Clawdeen Wolf and other ghouls so Clawdeen can try out to be Moanatella Ghostier’s, a famous monster designer, protege. She also embarks on an adventure with Frankie and Ghoulia to search for her boyfriend, Garrot du Roque.

What’s Great About It- This doll is one of the five non-budget dolls so it comes with quite a few bells and whistles.

Aside from her French baroque gray and pink rolling suitcase, she also wears a pink bodycon dress with a sweetheart neckline and lace bodice. The skirt has the Eiffel Tower printed on it, professing Rochelle’s love for her home city.

While her tiny gargoyle wings may be overly simple, her colorful hair tends to make up for it. This Rochelle Goyle doll also comes with a travel diary which the budget dolls don’t have.

This details her trip to Scaris. As the Rochelle doll has a lot of details that connects her to the city of lights, you can use her as a great example of teaching your little one about the beautiful city of Paris.

​19. Haunted Student Spirits River Styxx Doll

Suitable for: 6 to 15-Year-Olds

River Styxx is a skeletal ghost that first appeared in the Haunted TV special. She’s the daughter of the Grim Reaper and has been filling in for him so she helped the Monster High ghouls get to Haunted High. She’s a big fan of planning parties, so while her dad was away, she outfitted the boat used to cart solids to the ghost realm with a confetti cannon to make it more festive. 

Being the daughter of the bringer of death, you might expect River to be all gloom and doom, but this isn’t the case. She’s actually quite bubbly and colorful, as her outfit can tell you. She’s clad in bubble gum pinks and blue with a black mesh cape to make her look more imposing.

What’s Great About It- Like the other dolls in the Monster High franchise, River Styxx is also all about the accessories. Her primary motifs are bows and chains (common among Haunted High students).

You can find a bow on her bangles and chain necklace. Her staff also has a huge bow with a skullette at the center on top of a trail of chains. Her chain belt and leg cuffs also have bows at the back and dangling chains.

​20. Boo York Frightseers Clawdeen Wolf Doll

Suitable for: 6 to 15-Year-Olds

The second Clawdeen Wolf doll in the list, this one has Clawdeen in a casual look for a day out of frightseeing in Boo York.

Clawdeen is very laidback but still stylish in this line. She may just be wearing a pair of shiny shorts, graffitied t-shirt, a vest, and some wedge sneakers, but she still looks amazing and ready for a great time in the big city.

What’s Great About It- The Frightseers line may not be as fancy as the others, but as it showcases the urban aesthetics of the Monster High ghouls, it can still be an enjoyable option for your little one. It will certainly be more relatable.

The Charm of Monster High and How It Can Benefit Your Child

Produced by a giant in the toy manufacturing industry, it’s expected that Monster High is created for children. It is actually very popular among school-age kids and is said to be the best-selling doll line today. However, not a lot of parents find Monster High to be appropriate cartoons or toys for their little kids. It’s not very surprising, though, as the storylines revolve around teenagers which can be harsh from time to time.

This doesn’t mean that they’re all bad, though. With strict supervision and open communication with your child, you can actually use Monster High to introduce new concepts to your child. There are actually a number of ways how you can take advantage of your kid’s fondness of the franchise to help them understand how the world works, foster their creativity, and allow them to grow as good individuals.

Here are a few things that can make Monster High a good franchise for growing children:

  • “Pun-tastic” Play on Words

Everything about Monster High is related to the macabre. You can find their descriptions, character diaries, and storytelling to include a lot of puns and play on words that make what some people consider as dark and scary to be funny and fabulous.

  • Folklore Galore

There are so many folklore references in Monster High that you can now use it to introduce your child to the wonderful world of cultural fantasies.

  • Easter Egg Hunts on Every Episode

Aside from folklore references, there are also tons of pop culture references in Monster High. This might be hard for your child to keep up with, but if you’re trying to educate them in the ways of pop culture, watching them find a few Easter Eggs will surely bring joy to parents.

  • Articulated Joints

Most Monster High dolls have articulated joints that make them posable. This doesn’t just make them fun dolls to play with but you can also use them for studying figures and how the human body works (at least with the humanoid characters). Coupled with doll stands, you can also easily put them on display.

  • Weird Characters

Monster High has a roster of weird characters which look completely different from all the other dolls in the market today. This offers more options for your kids, giving them more ways to enjoy, identify, and express their creativity.

Why You Should Let Your Kids Play with Dolls

Dolls are classic toys for young kids. They’ve been played with by young kids for centuries and experts have already studied at length its benefits. However, despite being enjoyable toys for kids, some parents are still skeptical about the benefits of playing with dolls. Those with boys may not even be too keen on letting their child play with dolls.

Playing with dolls gives your child an opportunity to enjoy pretend play. This helps them downsize the big world they’re in and have some control in what happens. This helps them understand the world better and build their self-confidence in solving problems on their own. The games they play with dolls can also help develop their cognitive, motor, and language skills.

It’s important to match the doll to your child’s development, though. Experts deem it best for toddlers to play with baby dolls. Once they get older, you can introduce fashion dolls and even toy soldiers to them.

Dolls may feel a bit antiquated toys for some parents, but with so many developmental benefits it can offer, you should still allow your child to enjoy playing with them. The right information can help you choose the right products that will suit your child’s needs, so make sure to do your research to get the best doll for your precious one.

Read: The Best Minecraft Toys for Most Kids

Where to Buy

Choosing where to get a Monster High doll is entirely up to you as they’re widely available from different sellers. However, as the brand often do tie-ups with different retailers, you might want to do some research before hitting the stores. There are a number of editions that are exclusively sold by specific sellers, so it’s best to research on a doll’s availability before doing anything else.

Conclusion

The Monster High franchise offers an immersive entertainment experience for kids, so you can expect hours of fun not only with its dolls but with its accompanying shows as well. Hopefully, this list can help you choose the best doll to get for your little one.

    Sandra Cobain
     

    Sandra is the head of content for BestForTheKids. When she’s not busy crafting posts & researching about compelling content ideas, she can be spotted playing outdoors with her two adorable children.

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