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George Duke wrote on 2008-11-26 UTCExcellent ★★★★★
Flywheel? Different piece Windmill is invented here and this is first comment for 11-year-old CV of Alexandre Muniz. Then Fourriere let any adjacent piece be the standard bearer for the Windmill in Pocket Polypiece. As with coordinate pieces, there would be thousands of pieces developable to clutter the terrain from the simple idea of triggering adjacency or promixity of units. For examples of factors to vary: same or opposite side piece, adjacent or two squares away, clockwise or counterclockwise effect, different modality for capture, double trigger upon reaching another adjacency. Hey it's all in pointless fun.

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