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James

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If my hero is in a corner, and touching 2 walls, does my successful roll of 4+ enable me to place a barrier on each wall... I believe the rules say to place it on the wall that the hero is touching...

Just to clarify, there are some buildings where a wall might not be exactly straight... Hospital... does my barricade only build a each section of the wall, or the entire wall... for instnace, some buildings would be 4 barricades to cover, othere might be 8 or 10... with lots of small barricades...

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It says "To build a Barridade, choose any wall that the Hero is touching", so just one wall gets barricaded.

Only the section of a wall that you are touching is built, which is why there are different size barricades. Some buildings would indeed require more work to fully barricade.

I have a question, though, about the line: "Corner walls in the Manor House cannot have barricades placed specifically on them." What does that mean exactly? In Supply Run it says that the Manor House starts Fully Barricaded, and the notes for that in the rules say to put a barricade on every wall. So is that a special case for that scenario, where you do barricade the corner walls, or does that mean that zombies can still pass through corners as normal, even when barricades are on both sides of the corner, or what?? I'm confused by that.
 
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Well, if i remember correctly, Corner Walls are the littles ones that prevent to move diagonaly inside the the manor ( there are 4 of them ).
So, i would interpret the rules as beeing ables to fully barricades any external walls of the manor, but not theses littles ones ( btw, they don't even have the size of a case ).
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Blutch75 wrote:
Well, if i remember correctly, Corner Walls are the littles ones that prevent to move diagonaly inside the the manor ( there are 4 of them ).
So, i would interpret the rules as beeing ables to fully barricades any external walls of the manor, but not theses littles ones ( btw, they don't even have the size of a case ).


Ah okay, that makes sense... meaning those little wall extensions on the interior. But I think the wording in the rulebook is a little vague, as to me, "corner walls" could mean any wall that leads into a corner, which in this case would include several of the main walls.
 
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Blutch75 wrote:
Well, if i remember correctly, Corner Walls are the littles ones that prevent to move diagonaly inside the the manor ( there are 4 of them ).
So, i would interpret the rules as beeing ables to fully barricades any external walls of the manor, but not theses littles ones ( btw, they don't even have the size of a case ).



Hey Guys,

That is correct. The term 'Corner Walls' is defined in the basic LNOE rulebook and simply refers to the small wall extensions that protrude from some of the corners inside the Manor House as well as the small 'plus' shaped wall in the center of the Manor.

- Jason
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