Young Forest Warrior
Samurai trained to die with honor. Ninja trained to kill others. Shao-Lin trained to live forever!
A warrior is being attacked by more than one monster, the first monster renders the warrior unconscious. Are the remaining monsters still pinned to the warrior or are they free to move and attack other warriors? What if they are unpinnable monsters such as bats?
Also can a monster move through a square containing an unconscious warrior. It would make sense considering the warrior would be prone.
Monsters are not pinned to a Warrior who is unconscious.
It is questionable whether the remaining Monsters attack other Warriors. I have found nothing in the Rulebooks that clarify this situation, although we have always played that the Monsters with the same Initiative were attacking the Warrior simultaneously. We have always played that if a Monster were attacking a Warrior that turn, then he only attacks that Warrior, even if the Warrior drops to zero Wounds. (Hell, the game is hard enough already!!)
What is certain is that a Minotaur, for example, cannot continue his second Attack on another Warrior if his first attack renders the Warrior unconscious. This is an ability reserved for "Large Monsters" as indicated in the Roleplay Book (page 82). The Minotaurs second attack is considered lost. And that is why we play the same with the other Monsters who were targeting the Warrior that turn. Their attacks are lost as well.
No one may move through or occupy the square of an unconscious Warrior. But at the end of the turn, if the Warrior is dead, his piece is removed from the board (Main Rulebook page 24), effectively making the space available next turn.
"Unconscious" (Main Rulebook page 24) is different than "prone" (RPB page 36).