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Rich Charters
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An explosion next to a closed door obviously blows the door of it hinges (and off the game board). Does the fire also spread to the space beyond the door....or was that space protected by the closed door.

Also, to make sure my understanding is correct: an explosion that 'travels thru' and open door, not only spreads fire on the other side (first empty space), but also blows the door off it's hinges, right?
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richcharters wrote:
An explosion next to a closed door obviously blows the door of it hinges (and off the game board). Does the fire also spread to the space beyond the door....or was that space protected by the closed door.

No, the fire doesn't spread beyond the closed door because, yes, the space was protected by the closed door.

richcharters wrote:
Also, to make sure my understanding is correct: an explosion that 'travels thru' and open door, not only spreads fire on the other side (first empty space), but also blows the door off it's hinges, right?

Yes, that's correct.
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A closed door is blown off and protects the space behind it.

An open door is blown off by explosions and also spreads to the space behind it.
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BaseTwelve wrote:
richcharters wrote:
An explosion next to a closed door obviously blows the door of it hinges (and off the game board). Does the fire also spread to the space beyond the door....or was that space protected by the closed door.

No, the fire doesn't spread beyond the closed door because, yes, the space was protected by the closed door.

richcharters wrote:
Also, to make sure my understanding is correct: an explosion that 'travels thru' and open door, not only spreads fire on the other side (first empty space), but also blows the door off it's hinges, right?

Yes, that's correct.


this is correct
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ryanmat12 wrote:
Actually both answers are wrong wether the door is open or closed if a fire explosion is next to a door remove the door from game and advance fire. Look at page 5 of the rulebook on explosion example step one through four. Step 4 shows left of initial explosion as a closed door, "the left edge of the space contains contains a closed door. Remove the door marker from play; treat the blown out door doorway as a destroyed wall." So you would place fire in the next openspace past the blown out door and of course dont forget to reolve up, down, and tight of the initial explosion. Hope this helps.


this is not correct.

The explosion causes the door to be destroyed - but it is not destroyed when the explosion happened.
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