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Subject: What does area mean for encounters? rss

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Alan Clift
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What do the rules mean by 'area' for new encounters?

"Each time a mouse explores an area that has not already been explored during that chapter, the mice will have an encounter."

Does that mean, the side of a tile?

 
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Emanuel Fratila
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An area is an entire big square piece tile that represent a room of the environment. So, if you're on the tile/area with the kitchen, after you defeat all the enemies, you have to move forward, and for this you either explore an adjacent room/area or you flip the kitchen/area and go under. Either way, you then draw an encounter card, to see what enemies are waiting for you. Do this once only for unexplored areas. If you go back to the kitchen, you don't draw a card. Kitchen tile = area, while each area contains spaces for mouse movement.
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Teeka
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Later on, in Mice and Mystics: Downwood Tales, you will also be able to explore (climb up) a tree. Which is not an actual tile, but still a new 'area'.
 
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