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I somewhat agree with you but the problem is that 75% of fixed rolls are still shitty. Just a few weeks ago we had a RL with a perk that reloads 35% of the magazine when low on health. A perk that literally doesn work with RL due to them having 1 in the chamber..
I kind of on the fence about whether to repot it because I not sure whether I want to disturb those roots. I not sure yet if they still alive or not, they look succulent but are not showing any green when soaked. If they end up being dead I definitely cut most of it off and repot (right now it in super super compacted moss)..
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