You Will Need a Square State Of Mind

What is the sum of the \(\displaystyle 2\) smallest possible values of \(\displaystyle n \in \mathbb{Z}\), such that both \(\displaystyle 2n+1\) and \(\displaystyle 3n+1\) are perfect squares?

Bonus Find the GCD of all such \(n\).

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