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10-09-2011 @ 3:11AM
Just a point of correction. These are tornadoes - you can quite clearly see that they are tornadoes. The point some have been making is that these graphics aren't quite right for the spell since the spell's name doesn't match the graphic.Cylcones are huge weather systems many miles across which, when seen from space, usually look like giant spirals of clouds. We use the words typhoon, hurricane and cyclone to refer to them depending on where in the world they are (if it happens near the Mexico / USA it's a hurricane, if it happens near Indonesia it's a typhoon, for example). While all such weather effects are Cyclones, not all cyclones are Hurricanes.The things in the new spell effect, however, are tornadoes.
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