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Revision 5 . . (edit) March 28, 2007 8:44 pm by Simons Mith [Categories]
Revision 4 . . (edit) November 1, 2004 10:26 am by Kevan
Revision 2 . . October 8, 2004 6:54 pm by Dunx
  

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A mapping technique which relies on changing a property of a map component in order to link it with an otherwise distinct map component. For example, the rule "South becomes North" would lead to a direct equivalence between South Ealing and North Ealing (amongst others). Carefully crafted equivalences can be very precise in their effects, although overuse of this mapping can lead to playing something not unlike Boardman's Combined Stations.
A mapping technique which relies on changing a property of a map component in order to link it with an otherwise distinct map component. For example, the rule 'South becomes North' would lead to a direct equivalence between South Ealing and North Ealing (amongst others). Carefully crafted equivalences can be very precise in their effects, although overuse of this mapping can lead to playing something not unlike Boardman's Combined Stations.

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