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I cannot find this in the rules. Is each hexagon on a tile reserved for only 1 monster or hero? Let's say a tile has 5 available hexagons, your hero takes up 11, leaving 4. 6 enemies need to move into that space, what happens?
 
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Your question is confusing but I don't believe there is a space limit. If the enemies pile in and the heroes pile in, then it's a mosh pit. Hope you brought Gimli.
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The tiles aren’t divided into hexes, but larger spaces. Everything that moves into that space just gets piled in.
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Thanks everyone, I played it that way too. And yes, Gimli melted many goblin faces.
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ihasaflavour wrote:
I cannot find this in the rules. Is each hexagon on a tile reserved for only 1 monster or hero? Let's say a tile has 5 available hexagons, your hero takes up 11, leaving 4. 6 enemies need to move into that space, what happens?


I was really confused until I realized "Hero takes up 11" should be "Hero takes up 1!"

But then I really liked the thought of the hero going to 11.
 
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