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    Runes are heading toward the island

    According to twitter user @siloxleaks the runes that are now floating in the sky are heading toward the floating loot lake island. At first it was determined based on their speed that this would happen by 4PM EST today but Siloxleaks has now confirmed based on the speed it will most likely be tomorrow the 20th of October around 4pm EST.

    Now to speculate what might happen once the collision happens.

    • Maybe it will drop the floating house to the ground

    • Possibly vanish it into the void

    • Explosion causing a ripple effect across the map with multiple map changes as a result

    What ideas do you have?

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