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Subject: Activating Fatties rss

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Larry Schneider
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I drew a card said to activate fatties. Does that mean, if they have no one to attack, fatties move 1 space along with their 2 walker escorts or just the fatties alone? I wasn't sure what "escort" meant in this context? I played that the fatties move and the walkers stay behind. Hope that's right!
 
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Wesley M
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Just the fatties..The escort is there for spawning bu tthey are just normal zombies.
 
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Larry Schneider
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Riddlebox85 wrote:
Just the fatties..The escort is there for spawning bu tthey are just normal zombies.

Thanks. Actually, another minor question just arose regarding zombie activation/movement. There were only 2 survivors on the board, and they were concealed in different rooms. One space had 2 noise tokens on it, and that's where all the zombies moved to. 1 runner for the first half of his movement reached that space with the 2 noise tokens. What does the runner do for the second part of his movement? Stay on the space since it has the most noise tokens or move in the direction of the closest survivor (which he couldn't see)?
 
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Scott Hill
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If zombies are in the noisiest zone, there are no survivors in line of sight, and there is no other equally noisy zone, then the zombies do not move, not matter how they got there, or how many of them there are.
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Larry Schneider
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Thank you! That's how I played it.
 
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Adam Hardin
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If there was another equally noise of zone, how would the zombies behave? My initial assumption would be the zombies already in the joint-noisiest zone would split up, with half remaining where they were and the other half heading off to investigate the other zone. Correct?
 
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Some Sort wrote:
If there was another equally noise of zone, how would the zombies behave? My initial assumption would be the zombies already in the joint-noisiest zone would split up, with half remaining where they were and the other half heading off to investigate the other zone. Correct?

Correct.

They may even split into more than two groups if there is more than one equally short route to the other equally noisy zone.
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