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E35 is a method that solves the last 8 edges of the U and D layers, first 3 D layer edges and then the last 5 ones always preserving all corners and E-slice edges. In most cases the first part also solves the centres.

E35 is not a compleate brute force method, it uses a combination of intuition and algorithms, an advanced user even include ELL in the method to save turns in some cases but most times you end in EPLL or 5 edge permutation. It is much as Roux last step but here orientation is done after all centres are solved to make recognition easier/faster so the M-permut used last in Roux is not really useful here (you solve centres and BD before orient instead of RU/LU after).

Short description: First pair up RD and LD edges, then place them together with R and L centres or simply do one at the time, the first one as a pair with the centre and the second using AUF M' U/U'/U2 M, last palce BD + B centre as a pair.

Next use Roux M' U M style to orient last 5 edges (9 cases, newer the worst 6 edge case of Roux). If possible also place FD during orientation and end in EPLL. Else use AUF M' U2 M to place it and then do EPLL or use 5-edge permutations.