Clouds and Mountains

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It has been known, under very specific weather conditions, for clouds to "bounce" off mountains. A resulting top-spin may cause localised so-called "mini-spinners". Should this hit another group of ten clouds, it is professionally known as a "strike". Any clouds non-vapourised will be deducted from the partaking deity's score. *Excerpts taken from Shandy's "Memoirs of a fudge-packer"*

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