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Re: VMs: Plants in the VM

That's an interesting idea - perhaps they used a "substitution cipher for plants", changing some of the features (say, broad leaves for narrow ones or one kind of flower for another).

Or perhaps they are the botanical equivalent of centaurs and griffins.

Jan wrote:


looking at the plants in the VM, it occured to me, that they are unrecognizable, because the author deliberately modified their appearance.

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