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404/Missing Image report thread

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Sometimes I find certain updates by creators that either lack images from part of a series or have their "post image" give me a 404. Attempting to flag these "empty posts" gives me a message saying "Posts Cannot Be Flagged At This Time" -- and that's been the case for at least a year since I discovered Yiff.Party. As such, with the easy, I figured making a thread would probably be a useful resource in the interim.

To crib off the request thread, let's try to use this format for ease of reading.
--Name of the artist as they appear on Yiff.Party
--Link to their Yiff Party page
--If possible, a screenshot of the post in question and/or a link to the broken image(s)

Name: SkullTitti
Page: https://yiff.party/patreon/599382
Broken Link: https://data.yiff.party/patreon_data/599382/20420247/Shopping-02.png

>>58921
New import will fix 404s, there hasn't been a single importer going to do it.

So essentially, this is yet-another-request-thread.

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>>58929
>New import will fix 404s
I'm not too sure about that. Just as an example, the artist Reddyheart has updates completely up to date and is usually frequently updated (if whoever's doing that is reading this, kudos), but to this day has an image missing in a 2-part sequence made quite a while back (though in this case it isn't a 404 so much as the image was never imported).
See for yourself: https://yiff.party/patreon/653354 (page 5)

To re-iterate though, it wasn't my intention to make a redundant request thread. Just something to keep track of broken posts/series until Flagging actually gets fixed, since I'm getting the feeling it's going to take a long time.

I have a bunch of bookmarks for files that 404 now. What do?

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