1. Exquisite Tweets from @genmon, @tobybarnes, @philgyford, @bobbie

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    Fruit flies detect motion of the 3rd antenna segment with Johnston's organ, sensing wind; the wing-beat frequency of mates; gravity.

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    Matt Webb

  2. @genmon "no one in Harry potter questions magic" jones. "no one on Midgard questions magic" me.

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    Toby Barnes

  3. @tobybarnes @genmon Are there any fictional worlds with magic in which someone is rigorously scientific about what “magic” is and can do?

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    Phil Gyford

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  5. @mattsheret @tobybarnes I liked how difficulty of spells in Maelstrom w based on how unlikely effects were in realworld bit.ly/wZZuue

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    Phil Gyford

  6. @tobybarnes @mattsheret I never played it, but really liked the sound of the system. I still have it too I think.

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    Phil Gyford

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  8. @philgyford @mattsheret @tobybarnes Maelstrom! I liked the world, but if memory serves the mechanics played worse than they read.

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    bobbie

  9. @bobbiejohnson @mattsheret @tobybarnes Looks like there’s a recent companion volume that improves Maelstrom’s rules bit.ly/yi35SO

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    Phil Gyford