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Subject: Corridor adjacency rss

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Joe Fling
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Do Corridors, stairs, Hallways and Foyers make two connecting rooms adjacent? For example, if I have a living room with a bedroom bonus in the middle at one end of the hallway and bedroom at the other end of the hallway, would I get the bedroom bonus from the living room?

Is there any place in the rules that describe this?

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Andy Burgess
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No, you would not. Adjacency means directly adjacent. Connected means directly connected. Some rooms even have adjacency/connected bonuses/penalties for corridors. That wouldn't make any sense if the corridors made two other rooms adjacent.
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Connecting rooms would be adjacent to the 'corridor' room (hallway/stairs/foyer)
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No. Stairs, Hallways and Foyers are all "rooms" in their own right.

p4 Activity Rooms

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Adjacency means that a wall/entrance of another room (even Downstairs) is touching any part of a wall of an Activity room, not just an entrance. If rooms are touching only at their corners, they are not considered Adjacent.
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TheOneTrueZeke wrote:
No. Stairs, Hallways and Foyers are all "rooms" in their own right.

p4 Activity Rooms

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Adjacency means that a wall/entrance of another room (even Downstairs) is touching any part of a wall of an Activity room, not just an entrance. If rooms are touching only at their corners, they are not considered Adjacent.


So in this example it talks about the Activitiy rooms be adjacent. Is this only activity rooms or does this rule apply to all rooms?
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joefling34 wrote:
TheOneTrueZeke wrote:
No. Stairs, Hallways and Foyers are all "rooms" in their own right.

p4 Activity Rooms

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Adjacency means that a wall/entrance of another room (even Downstairs) is touching any part of a wall of an Activity room, not just an entrance. If rooms are touching only at their corners, they are not considered Adjacent.


So in this example it talks about the Activitiy rooms be adjacent. Is this only activity rooms or does this rule apply to all rooms?



It only matters for Activity rooms.
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Dan Cristelli
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The iconography is important here when dealing with "connected" and "adjacent". Room bonuses are given (in your first example) for sharing an entrance (being directly connected). That's the door looking symbol between the points and the room type.

Rooms that penalize for adjacency are depicting a brick wall in the place of that door symbol.

More to the point: Two rooms, separated by corridors, will not be able to give bonuses to each other. They would be neither connected nor adjacent.

EDIT: Clarifications.
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