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So as a simple example:  I can't seem to heat liquid water above 100 C.  This is very weird.  100 C is only the boiling point of water at atmospheric pressure. Pressure seems to be a very important part of game, but does not influence simple thermodynamics.  Is this intended?  Am I missing something?

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Well it should boil at around 102.5C. But yes, real world pressure dynamics like the triple point and the ideal gas law are intentionally not part of ONI. This allows you to do many interesting (reality-breaking) things like have 10g of water stay liquid in a vacuum and hold back 1000T/tile of gas on the other side.

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