Paul Lawrence
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Hi guys - some help please
I have set the floor plan out for this, and it looks a bit strange. Is it supposed to represent a building with just two rooms? I assume we ignore all of the internal window icons on the interface between O3B and O8A as not being there? The reason I am confused is that there is a bold yellow line on the map between these floor plans, and no door between them.

The confusing part (to me) is that there is also a bold yellow line between O2B and O3B, yet there is a connecting door between them.

Cheers for any advicecool

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Robin Pfeifer
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I haven't got it before me, but the layout is one storey of a building (without the boring parts such as stairs). I didn't notice any weirdness about doors and in any case only red lines should be impassable.
 
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Josh Worley
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Evilbob wrote:
Hi guys - some help please
I have set the floor plan out for this, and it looks a bit strange. Is it supposed to represent a building with just two rooms? I assume we ignore all of the internal window icons on the interface between O3B and O8A as not being there? The reason I am confused is that there is a bold yellow line on the map between these floor plans, and no door between them.

The confusing part (to me) is that there is also a bold yellow line between O2B and O3B, yet there is a connecting door between them.

Cheers for any advicecool



The bold yellow lines on the map are simply there to show the outlines of the different tiles being used.

You still treat the borders of those interior tiles as walls, so you'd have to walk through the door to get in between rooms.
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Richard A. Edwards
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We had the same confusion.

There are 3 overlays on the map, all connected.

Between two of them is a door.

Between the center overlay and the other one there is no door but both have two squares with door icons, all four squares adjacent.



Is there a "wall" between those overlays, since no doors are actually placed on the icons)? Or can you just move between them through the squares with the door icons?

We played you could move across between the overlays, otherwise the only way into the third one would be to go out a window then into it through an external door.

And we thought that sort of limited movement would make it too difficult for the Gentlemen.
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Robin Pfeifer
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If there is a door symbol on a tile, then it is an opening - there is no wall. If the setup says to put a door standee there, then it is a door, otherwise just an open passage.
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